New Release Books by Starke McLaughlin Grogan

Starke McLaughlin Grogan is the author of Financial Statistics Of Cities Having A Population Of Over 30,000 (2019), County and Municipal Indebtedness 1913, 1902, and 1890 and Sinking Fund Assets 1913 (2018), General Statistics of Cities: 1915 (1916), Taxation and Revenue Systems of State and Local Governments (1914) and , Wealth, Public Debt, and Taxation: 1922 (1924).

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Financial Statistics Of Cities Having A Population Of Over 30,000

Financial Statistics Of Cities Having A Population Of Over 30,000
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County and Municipal Indebtedness 1913, 1902, and 1890 and Sinking Fund Assets 1913

County and Municipal Indebtedness 1913, 1902, and 1890 and Sinking Fund Assets 1913
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