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The Artemisia

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English
[Reno, Nevada] : University of Nevada, 1899-2008
v : ill. (some col.) ; 18-32 cm

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Title varies slightly

Issues for 1906 all destroyed at printer in San Francisco fire

Published by: State University of Nevada, 1901; Senior Class, 1902-1905; Junior Class, 1908-1918; Associated Students of the University of Nevada, 1919-1967; Associated Students of the University of Nevada, Reno, 1968-

Some issues for 1903- bear vol. numbering

Publication suspended 1907, 1909-1912, 1915-1916, 2000

Issue for 2001-2002 incorectly called 2002-2003 on cover; 2001-2002 represent the year 2001

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1927

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