Portrait of Adolphus "Dolf" Newby
Portrait of Adolphus "Dolf" Newby, a Spiceland bachelor. He is wearing a tweed suit and vest and has a handlebar mustache. He is shown here in the photographer's studio seated in a chair with his violin.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Portrait of an Older Man
Portrait of an older man with a white bushy beard and mustache. His hair is dark and is parted on the left side and combed over. He is wearing a dark suit and vest with a white shirt and bow tie.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Portrait of a Man with Muttonchop Sideburns and Mustache
Portrait of a man with blonde hair, muttonchop sideburns and a mustache. He is wearing a light suit and vest with a high collar and a dark tie. He is looking to his right in three quarter view.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Portrait of a Young Man in a Houndstooth Pattern suit
Portrait of a young man in a houndstooth pattern suit and vest. He is wearing a high button collar with a cravat and a lapel pin. His hair is parted in the middle and combed back. His hands rest in his lap and he has a pinky ring on his left hand.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Portrait of an Older Man with a Handlebar Mustache
Portrait of an older man with a droopy handlebar mustache. He wears a dark jacket with the top button fastened and a checkered tie. His hair is parted on his right and is combed back.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Portrait of a Young Man in a Suit and Tie
Portrait of a young man wearing a dark jacket with a white shirt with a high collar, and a plaid bow tie. He is clean shaven and his hair is dark and is parted on his left side and combed back.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Tall Flowering Potted Plant in the Photographers Studio
A tall flowering potted plant in the photographers studio.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Stigleman Manufacturing Company, Wooden Folding Chair
A wooden folding chair with a spindle back and seat with star shaped cut-out design.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Stigleman Manufacturing Company, Wooden Folding Chair
This wooden folding chair has a seat and back with a star shaped cut-out design.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Stigleman Manufacturing Company, Short Dresser
The short dresser is on white ceramic wheels, and has two doors with decorative wood graining. A small four drawer addition sits on the right side of the top.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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told us the other day this as hot as love in harvest and I believe her Kate I would be glad to get a letter from you as I have not heard from others for a long time Direct to Cumberland Hospital 3? Division Nashville Tenn Yours as ever Frank,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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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.
Author(s): Blair, Lynne

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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.
Author(s): Rhodes College Archives

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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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fortifications but I dare not, but it is undoubtedly the best fortified place in the United States.You wanted to know whether I got them suspenders. I did but forgot to say anythingabout it in the other letter. You can send them shirts too. I think they will all come through put them in a paper. Put them in separate papers I think they will come better. I have write to the Rgt for all my letters that comes. That almanac has not come yet but I think I will get it about tomorrow. You wante
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we have very nice weather here. It is pretty near harvest I have eat mulberries two weeks ago. I tell you they were real good. I also ate some green peach strudel? I never see as many peaches as there are all kinds of fruit, there are some whortleberries they are coming to get a little red, but after all I would rather live about two miles north of New Castle than here, I would like to be working with you (illegible) I guess I have given you all the news so I will close. I got a letter
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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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