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1. Duesenberg Roadster J-200 Duesenberg Roadster J-200 Land transportation; Automobiles; Cars; Racing cars; Racecars; Des Moines, Iowa; A 1929 Duesenberg Roadster J-200 convertible two door, two-passenger automobile. The auto body is black with stainless steel trim and bumpers. The convertible top and four spoked tires are tan. There are...

2. Model of Newcomen's Atmospheric Steam Engine Model of Newcomen's Atmospheric Steam Engine Steam engines; Industrial Revolution; Coal mines; Steam power; Inventions; Newcomen, Thomas, 1663-1729; Innovation; Power production; Patents; This is a model of Newcomen’s Atmospheric Steam Engine. Newcomen’s steam engine consisted of a metal boiler with a cylinder mounted above. Inside the cylinder is a piston, sealed as closely as possible...

3. Do with less - so they'll have enough! Do with less - so they'll have enough! Rationing--United States ; Food conservation--United States ; World War, 1939-1945--Food supply--United States ; War posters, American ; World War II Poster, color, 22 x 28 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office

4. Book, "Livingston's Law Register" (copy owned by Abraham Lincoln) Book, "Livingston's Law Register" (copy owned by Abraham Lincoln) Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Book; Books; Written Communication; Publishing "Livingston's Law Register, For 1852, containing the Post Office address of every lawyer in the United States. Published in New York, entered according to an act of Congress in the year 1851 by John Livingston."...

5. 1947 Corn Bowl Parade Pioneers Float 1947 Corn Bowl Parade Pioneers Float McLean County, Illinois; Parades & processions; Corn; Horses; Carts & wagons; Floats (Parades); Football A float from Union Auto Insurance, depicting an old covered wagon, pulled by horses, travels in the 1947 Corn Bowl Parade.

6. 1947 Corn Bowl Parade 1947 Corn Bowl Parade McLean County, Illinois; Parades & processions; Corn; Floats (Parades); Football A float from the City of Bloomington depicting a mill wheel travels in the 1947 Corn Bowl Parade.

7. The gun that killed Lincoln The gun that killed Lincoln Derringer; Assassinations; Ford's Theater; Booth, John Wilkes, 1838-1865; Civil War; Arms & armament; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 On the evening of April 14, 1865, John Wilkes Booth fired this small derringer into the back of Abraham Lincoln’s head, inflicting a mortal wound. Lincoln was attending a play at Ford's Theater. The...

8. Guibourd-Valle House, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri Guibourd-Valle House, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri Architecture; French Colonial Period; French Colonial District; Vertical log construction; Ste. Genevieve, Missouri; Valle, Jean Baptiste, 1783-1837; Guibourd, Jacques Dubreuil The post-on-sill house has a gallery across the front that can be entered from either end. There are two entrances into the house from the gallery. The attic contains Norman truss work with huge oak beams....

9. Letter from A.S. Coe to Samuel A. Jones Letter from A.S. Coe to Samuel A. Jones Civil War; Gettysburg; Jones, Samuel A., 1834-1912; Coe, A.S.; Culpepper, Pennsylvania; Medicines Letter from A.S. Coe to Samuel A. Jones dated September 29th, 1863 describing the battle of Gettysburg. Samuel A. Jones was a homeopathic physician and scholar of American Transcendentalism. He served...
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