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01/2002, Volume 161, Issue 1
  Thompson examines the trade catalogues in the Winterthur Museum's library collection. Certain 18th-century trade catalogues, particularly those for brass... 
Museums | Catalogs
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Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963), 09/1952, p. B3
... the names and addresses of service- men asking not to be forgotten at mail call. But Judy Greenwald, 18, of 6940 Clyde av. and Eleanor Woodward, 19, of 6713 Merrill av... 
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New Journal and Guide (1916-2003), 02/1941, p. 13
RICHMOND, Va... I can't speak for the rest of Virginia but on Second and Leigh Streets at high noon, February 2, the sun was shining down with all its radiant... 
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