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Captain McArthur Sends his Kindest regards I have not seen the Lieut since I got your letter,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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West Entrance Tower
West entrance tower rises.
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Southwestern Presbyterian University, Campus, about 1905
This is a from view of the campus of Southwestern Presbyterian University in Clarksville, Tennessee. The College was founded in 1848 and moved to Memphis, Tennessee in 1925. The building on the left was known as the Castle Building and he building on the right was called Stewart Hall.,This 3x5 postcard was a gift of Dr. James Roper. It was published by S. H. Kress and Co. The back is divided with a message, address, stamp and postmark.
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so according to that twenty dollars and allow you ten Percent interest on that for ten years would be forty dollars on that note which I think would be right between Brothers, and I think would Pay you very well and the other note when I wrote you about the money and sent you the note I told you that I would Pay fifteen Percent rather than miss getting it but for you it is low as you could I do not know what interest you had to Pay but I do not had to claim more than you had to Pay but counting
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J.G. Cummins promissory note to George W. Garman, May 4, 1869
Promissory note.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Author(s): Cummins, J. G.

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this morning he died with a sinking chill. I stood by his bed when he breathed his last. Mr. Bonham is going to take him home. I suppose you are anxious to hear of the battle but I don’t know when that will be, but I think it will be shortly. They have a strong force and so have we. Our men are throwing up breastworks for ten miles around, there is skirmishing every day. The boys get so close enough to curse each other. The rebels called our boys d---d yankee sons of b---s and worse. T
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Le conflit des créateurs : fictions juridiques et réalités biologiques (audio)

Science et droit doivent-ils agir de concert ? Les réalités biologiques sont-elles compatibles à un bon usage du droit ? La tension dialectique entre les sciences, plus particulièrement biologiques, et le droit, pose de réelles interrogations.

Pour apporter une réponse à ces questionnements, Jean Hauser revient sur les problèmes juridiques qu’ont posés dans les années 70 la nécessité de redéfinir la filiation ainsi que la question du transsexualisme. Il démontre, p
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times. I have no doubt thatit is very lonesome in Indiana for the young Ladiesfor there are so many ofher noble Sons absentIndiana is well representedin all portions of the armyas far as I have seenand they among the highestin honor. I am sorry that some of us Boys cannot beat home to Settle thoseButternuts. we will showthem a lesson they havenot learned yet when we get back there. you spokeof Miss Richey going East toSpend the winter I thoughtshe would be married soon by what George told me
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you a short description of the appearance of the field on coming to look over it on Wednesday I will let you judge for yourself of this mighty battle then I will tell you that it covered an area of forty two square miles and that the field everywhere bore traces of the conflict yes this battle for numbers and stubborn fighting will rank with any of the Old-World it has been a conflict that will be fresh in the memories of the American people when that of Austerlitz Marengo and Solferno shall b
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Platter
Platter in thick cobalt and white glazes, with stick figures. The edges are unfinished.
Author(s): Frimkess, Michael

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First Kumu
Stoneware vase.
Author(s): Takemoto, Henry

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I must give you a joke of one of our Old Baptist Preachers he was a strong southerner A party sprang up in our county called the red string society. which controlled the county & got all the offices. A red ribbon in the buttonhole The old hardshell was much opposed to the red string party. Rev Enoch Reeves being a Democrat. One Sunday morning started to fill an appointment Met his bull near his farm with a red string a round it horns. He wheeled his horse around got his gun & shot his bul
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Joseph A. Pearson letter to Aaron and Nancy Ballard, April 11, 1870
Mr. Pearson writes of family news.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Author(s): Pearson, Joseph A.

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Peyton and Olive Pearson letter to Aaron and Nancy Ballard, April 8, 1870
The Pearsons write about family health and crop prices.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Author(s): Pearson, Peyton; Pearson, Olive

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Flour is seven dollars per barrel and tobacco is higher than it ever was before it is from fifteen to thirty dollars per hundred in the leaf. but it is time I was bringing my letter to a Close I hope you will write to me without delay as soon as you Receive this I will have a better chance to write to you now that I have had before and I will be more attentive to anser your letters than I have been before So I hope you will write to me as Soon as you receive this badly written letter from yo
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Drawing artwork in perspective
Create new artwork in perspective in Illustrator CS5 by using the Perspective Grid tool. Create shapes and panes mapped to perspective.
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McAlpine Place, Talledega, Alabama
This image is a black and white photograph of the McAlpine Place in Talledega, Ala. It was built before 1930. Handwritten message (on back) from S. McAlpine addressed to Mrs. Margaret Brozell, Miss Frances Priess, Montgomery, Ala., postmarked November 2, 1953.
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Julia Strudwick Tutwiler Memorial Tablet
This image is a black and white photograph of a marble tablet honoring Julia Strudwick Tutwiler. Postcard text: (front) This marble tablet is a memorial to Julia Strudwick Tutwiler, teacher, poet and humanitarian, who was the author of the state song, "Alabama." The sculptor was Miss Geneva Mercer of Alabama, the work being done in Italy in 1933. Original in World War Memorial Building.
Author(s): Mercer, Geneva

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De Soto Hotel, Mentone, Alabama
This image is a black and white photograph of the De Soto Hotel in Mentone, Ala. Handwritten message (on back) addressed to Mrs. Margarit Brozell, Miss Francis Priess, Montgomery, Ala., postmarked July 31, 1951.
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Two boys in sailor suits
Two boys stand with their arms around each other. The boys are dressed in sailor suits. The smaller boy wears a white suit with short pants, while the taller boy wears a dark suit with long pants.
Author(s): Taylor, Mary Lyon, 1872-1956

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