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Clara Barton Papers: Speeches and Writings File, 1849-1947; Books; The Story of My Childhood; Miscellany, 1907-1908, undated

Clara Barton Papers: Speeches and Writings File, 1849-1947; Books; The Story of My Childhood; Miscellany, 1907-1908, undated

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Clara Barton Papers: Speeches and Writings File, 1849-1947; Books; The Story of My Childhood; Miscellany, 1907-1908, undated

Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac River, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Ocean to ocean on horseback; being the story of a tour in the saddle from the Atlantic to the Pacific; with especial reference to the early history and development of cities and towns along the route; and regions traversed beyond the Mississippi ...

"Tell me a story I never heard before"; from the story-tellers of long ago for the story tellers of to-day,

[Mrs. Larson's Story]

Dairy Industry Building, Iowa State University campus, Ames, Story County, IA

Old Stone School House, State Route 130, Bristol, Lincoln County, ME

Ab, the cave man; a story of the time of the stone age, adapted for young readers from The story of Ab,

Magnolias abloom. A story of Butler's reign in New Orleans and other stories

Thornhill Plantation, County Road 19, Forkland, Greene County, AL

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