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Tilforladelig kort over eylandet St. Croix udi America saaledes som det ved en acurat udmaaling er besunden med qvarterernes navne og enhver plantagies nummer efter hvilke de udi matriculen findes indförte og til enhver kiöber cederet beliggende paa 17 grader 38 minuter norder brede.

Tilforladelig kort over eylandet St. Croix udi America saaledes som de...

Scale ca. 1:60,000. Hand colored. LC copy annotated in pen-and-ink to show land owners in 1767. Cadastral map showing land ownership. LC Luso-Hispanic World, 980 "Tilegned deres höy grevelige excellence her Ada... more

Zamlock (Det.)

Zamlock (Det.)

Photo shows Carl Zamlock, pitcher for the Detroit Tigers in 1913. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)

Det. McKenna [and] Dr. E.A. Muret

Det. McKenna [and] Dr. E.A. Muret

Photo shows Detective Richard M. McKenna with Ernest Arthur Muret, who was indicted for counterfeiting and conspiracy in September 1913 and was linked to the Hans B. Schmidt murder case. (Source: Flickr Commons... more

Kameraden meldet euch zum Det. Küntzel

Kameraden meldet euch zum Det. Küntzel

Poster shows, on left side, a soldier shouting; on right side, the insignia of the Gard. Kav. Sch. Korps over a scene of soldiers fighting(?). Text tells men to sign up for the Det. Küntzel in Berlin and surrou... more

N.Y. detectives who made arrest in conjunction with Conn. police Shown here are, left to r- Det. Richard Rowan, Det. Edward Lehane, Det. James Martin, Det. Michael Lynch, they are Det. of Manhattan West Detective Division - Bomb Investitation Unit World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna

N.Y. detectives who made arrest in conjunction with Conn. police Shown...

Title from news agency caption on item. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

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