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Topic: barrier

1798
1798
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1942
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1942
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Anti-tank barrier, made of reinforced concrete posts & heavy cables, front of German lines, Bet Etain & Verdun

Anti-tank barrier, made of reinforced concrete posts & heavy cables, f...

Photographer's address: 613 14th St., Wash., D.C. No. 186. Gift; Breckenridge Long; 1953.

[Portrait of Muriel Rahn, as Cora in "The Barrier"]

[Portrait of Muriel Rahn, as Cora in "The Barrier"]

Title derived from information on verso of photographic print. Van Vechten number: IX HH 10. Also available on microfilm. Gift; Carl Van Vechten Estate; 1966. Forms part of: Portrait photographs of celebrities,... more

By the House of Delegates. January 1, 1799. Whereas it is highly expedient that every constitutional barrier should be opposed to the introduction of foreign influence into our national councils, and that the constitution of the United States sh

By the House of Delegates. January 1, 1799. Whereas it is highly exped...

Imprint 3. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 28, Folder 34.

By the House of Delegates. January 1, 1799. Whereas it is highly expedient that every constitutional barrier should be opposed to the introduction of foreign influence into our national councils, and that the constitution of the United States sh

By the House of Delegates. January 1, 1799. Whereas it is highly exped...

Imprint 3. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 28, Folder 34.

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