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    • Woman laying on a couch

    • Woman laying on a couch

    • Women; Furniture; Couches; Lamps; Interior design; Interiors; Interior decoration;

    • A woman in a pink sleeveless dress laying on a yellow cushioned, wood frame couch. She is holding a flower in a glass vase. Next to the couch is a glass covered yellow fabric table with a lamp and few accessories that is next to a magazine holder....
    • Autograph Book

    • Autograph Book

    • Autographing; Names; Books; Children;

    • A small red padded autograph book with faded, gold-trimmed pages of alternating blue, white, and pink colors. The word "Autographs" is in black script on the front cover. Company stamp on the back cover. Some mold and discoloration on the first few...
    • An Office

    • An Office

    • Office furniture; Offices; Rooms & spaces;

    • This is an office that has a large wooden desk with books, plants, a white telephone, lamp, trays, and other office accessories on top of the desk. On the wall near the glass window door, there’s a large picture and underneath it bookcase with...
    • Albert Thomas Notebook

    • Albert Thomas Notebook

    • Book covers; Books; Education;

    • A green cloth covered notebook in very poor condition. The pages are browned and crumbling. The user of this notebook put the papers in upside down and worked from the back. The cover has an eagle with a crest stamped into it. The inside of the...
    • Account for Tuition

    • Account for Tuition

    • Education; Business & finance; Books

    • Bill for tuition and books to J. C. Abney from J. E. Simpson as of February 1, 1854 including Davis Arithmetic, English grammar, bottle ink, U. S. History, third reader, illustrated astronomy, Latin grammar, and Parker's Aids to English...
    • 1848 Letter by Thomas J. Rusk

    • 1848 Letter by Thomas J. Rusk

    • Correspondence; Publishers; Architecture; Architects; Politicians;

    • Letter to Messrs. Fowler & Wells by U.S. Senator Thomas J. Rusk that he had received their letter of the 26th and the books. Rusk appreciated their work and hoped all the youth of the country would read them. Washington, DC. He asked that their...

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