Libraries and Archives: Lantern Slide Collection: Columbian Celebration: Oct. 1892

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    • Folder: Columbian Celebration: Oct. 1892
      • Date: 1892-1902
      • Call Number: S10_20_Columbian_Celebration_Oct_1892
      • Series: Views: U.S.
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