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Tolbert, William R.
Tolbert, William R. (Jr)
William R. Tolbert, Jr (politico liberiano)
William R. Tolbert junior (liberianischer Politiker, Präsident (1971–1980), Präsident des Baptistischen Weltbundes (1965–1970))
William R. Tolbert (liberisk politikar)
William R. Tolbert (liberisk politiker)
William R. Tolbert (President of Liberia)
William Richard Tolbert
William Richard Tolbert Jr (politicus uit Liberia (1913-1980))
William Tolbert Jr
Γουίλιαμ Τόλμπερτ ο νεότερος
Вилијам Толберт
Вільям Толберт
Толберт, Уильям Ричард
ويليام تولبرت
विल्यम आर. टॉल्बर्ट
윌리엄 톨버트
ウィリアム・R・トルバート
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1913-1980
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Feder, Joseph
Liberia President (1971-1980 : Tolbert) (see also from)
Liberia. Inaugural Committee
Liberia. President (1971-1980 : Tolbert)
Symposium on Large Scale Mammalian Cell Culture (1984 ; Philadelphia, Pa)
Titles: 
Education as related to civic progress : valedictory address of William R. Tolbert, Jr. ... on graduation at Liberia College, April 1934
Forging new economic links
Fourth annual message of Dr. William R. Tolbert, Jr., President of the Republic of Liberia, to the fourth session of the 47th Legislature, January 24, 1975, E.J. Roye Building, Monrovia, Liberia.
His challence [sic] is mankind; William R. Tolbert, a political protrait
In the cause of the people, 198-?:
Inaugural programme.
Independence Day message
Large-scale mammalian cell culture [papers presented as part of a Symposium on Large Scale Mammalian Cell Culture, at the 188th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 27, 1984]
Liberia during the Tolbert era, 1982:
Our challenge is change
President Tolbert in Washington, D.C., September 1976.
Presidential papers : documents, diary, and record of activities of the Chief Executive.
speech delivered by Dr. William R. Tolbert, Jr., President of Liberia, A : upon his return home from visits to Switzerland and the Socialist Republic of Romania.
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