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Heads famous Shakespearean library at Washington A new and interesting camera study of Mr. William Adams Slade, director of the beautiful Folger Memorial Shakespeare Library at Washington, where the priceless Shakespeare collection of the late Henry M. Folger, former president of the Standard Oil Company, will be exhibitted [sic]. Mr. Slade is photographed at his desk in the Library, which is located near the Capitol and Library of Congress at Washington.

Heads famous Shakespearean library at Washington A new and interesting camera study of Mr. William Adams Slade, director of the beautiful Folger Memorial Shakespeare Library at Washington, where the priceless Shakespeare collection of the late Henry M. Folger, former president of the Standard Oil Company, will be exhibitted [sic]. Mr. Slade is photographed at his desk in the Library, which is located near the Capitol and Library of Congress at Washington.

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