One hundred years of grace, 1873-1973

commemorating St. Stanislaus B. and M. Parish, Buffalo, New York, centennial by St. Stanislaus B. & M. Church (Buffalo, N.Y.)

Publisher: St. Stanislaus in [Buffalo]

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  • Polish Americans -- New York (State) -- Buffalo -- History
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