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    • Title: Scrapbook of trade cards, 1861-1895.
      • Description: 1 v. ([58] p.) ; mounted cards ; 43 x 37 cm. 515 chromolithograph trade cards pasted into scrapbook.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: [1861-1895].
      • Call Number: HF5841
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