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1. Blickensderfer Typewriter No. 5 Blickensderfer Typewriter No. 5 Typewriters; World's Fair; Columbian Exposition; Stamford, Connecticut; A portable manual typewriter (in original carrying case), 'Blickensderfer No. 5 Stamford Conn. U.S.A.' Ideal keyboard, with type-wheel, black keys with white letters. No. 58627.

2. Print of the Lincoln Home Print of the Lincoln Home Art; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Print; Engraving; Home; Ink "The Home of Abraham Lincoln." Shows home from SW corner, back wing and small chimney visible beyond; Mr & Mrs Lincoln talk to neighbor under tree in front, 2 boys behind fence (Robert & Willie) read newspaper;...

3. Art class at WPA/FAP Negro Art Gallery, Jacksonville, Florida Art class at WPA/FAP Negro Art Gallery, Jacksonville, Florida United States. Works Progress Administration; Federal aid to the arts--United States; Federal Arts Project; WPA; Photograph, b/w

4. Children's art class at the University Settlement House, New York City Children's art class at the University Settlement House, New York City United States. Works Progress Administration; Federal Arts Project; Federal aid to the arts--United States; WPA; Children; Childhood & youth Photograph, b/w

5. Exterior, Ford's Theater, where Lincoln was shot Exterior, Ford's Theater, where Lincoln was shot Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Booth, John Wilkes, 1838-1865; Civil War; Assassinations; Ford's Theater Ford’s Theater in Washington D.C. is a popular historic site, operated by the National Park Service. It has been restored to its appearance April 14, 1865, the night that Abraham Lincoln was assassinated....
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