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Crawford County
Photography Gallery Index

Photographs of People and Places in and around Crawford County, Arkansas.

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Publication Date 
 Publication, Description
1809 Public School, Broadway Hotel, Arrowhead vineyard and fruit farm, Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas
Arkansas History Commission

Copy negative taken of pages of the Arkansas River Valley Booklet. The booklet included images of various Arkansas Valley towns and scenes. Page 9 includes images of the Public School and Broadway Hotel in Van Buren and Arrowhead vineyard and fruit farm, property of Edward Arkebauer, near Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. Deane more than likely took these copy negatives during his career with the Arkansas Gazette.
28 Jun 1961 Arkansas River Bridge at Morrilton from North side of stream, June 28, 1961
Arkansas History Commission

Negative taken for June 30, 1961, Arkansas Gazette article "Behind Every Arkansas River Bridge is a Story," B1:2. The Arkansas River Bridge, made of concrete and steel, on Arkansas State Highway 9 at Morrilton, Conway County, Arkansas, from the north side of the Arkansas River on June 28, 1961. The bridge used to be the bridge that crossed the Arkansas River at Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas, for the Frisco railroad in the late 1880s. As trains got bigger, larger bridges were needed. So, the bridge was dismantled, sold to a Morrilton businessmen, and then reconstructed at its current location.

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5 Sep 1962 Bradley, Martin J., Furniture maker
Arts and crafts, Prairie Grove Clothesline Fair, September 1-3, 1962

Negative taken for September 5, 1962, Arkansas Gazette article "A Young Artist (12) Is discovered at Fair", B1:2 and September 6, 1962, Arkansas Gazette article "An Acquaintance of 30 Years Writes Poem for Traveler", B1:2. Part of the photographer's series on arts and crafts. The Prairie Grove Clothesline Fair includes artists, poets, and crafts. The fair is held Prairie Grove, Washington County, Arkansas. Items from Martin J. Bradley's Cabinet Shop in Mountainburg, Crawford County, Arkansas were on display.
3 Sep 1965 Bradley, Martin J., Furniture maker, US 71 near Mt. Gaylor and Mountainburg, September 3, 1965

Part of a group of negatives taken for September 8, 1965, Arkansas Gazette article "Interest in Ozarks Crafts, Arts Still Lively," B1:2. Martin J. Bradley (1893-1978) of Mountainburg, Crawford County, Arkansas, makes handmade recipe and note holders from cherry and walnut wood. He displays his craft at the Prairie Grove Clothesline Fair in Prairie Grove, Washington County, Arkansas.
3 Sep 1965 Bradley, Martin J., Furniture maker, US 71 near Mt. Gaylor and Mountainburg, September 3, 1965

Negative taken for May 9, 1958, Arkansas Gazette article "Woodwork Artist Shines in Ozarks," B1:2. Martin J. Bradley, woodcarver, sanding a walnut cradle in his workshop at Mountainburg, Crawford County, Arkansas.
18-19 Sep 1958 Butterfield Stage Centennial run through northeast Arkansas, September 18-19, 1958
Part of a group of negatives taken for September 28, 1958, Arkansas Gazette article "Caravan Had Royal Welcome in State," 5F:1. People celebrating the Overland Mail Centennial caravan, which commemorates John Butterfield and his Overland Mail Company from the 1860s. Butterfield traveled from Missouri to San Francisco, California, with his Concord Coach to haul passengers and mail. Postmaster Leslie C. Neal (right) of Cedarville, Crawford County, Arkansas, has his beard checked by the caravan chaplain, Reverend V. H. Brown of Tulsa, Oklahoma (1957.4). Sallie Spinks, postmaster of Evansville, Washington County, Arkansas, hands mail to William D. Correl, postmaster of Highway Postmaster Number 1 (1957.5). Mrs. Donald Parks of Prairie Grove fires an anvil in old-time fashion during caravan's stop at Prairie Grove Battlefield in Prairie Grove, Washington County, Arkansas (1957.7).
28 Sep 1958 Butterfield Stage Centennial run through northeast Arkansas, September 18-19, 1958 [The Butterfield Stage Route Marker]

Part of a group of negatives taken for September 28, 1958, Arkansas Gazette article "Caravan Had Royal Welcome in State," 5F:1. People celebrated the Overland Mail Centennial caravan, which commemorates John Butterfield and his Overland Mail Company from the 1860s. Butterfield traveled from Missouri to San Francisco, California, with his Concord Coach to haul passengers and mail. Pictured is a marker that reads, "The Butterfield Stage Route. The Butterfield Stage Route between Saint Louis and San Francisco passed through the Main Street of Van Buren, Arkansas and crossed the river at this point. Erected by Mary Fuller Percival Chapter D.A.R."
28 Sep 1958 Butterfield Stage Centennial run through northeast Arkansas, September 18-19, 1958 [The Butterfield Stage Route Marker, view 1]

Part of a group of negatives taken for September 28, 1958, Arkansas Gazette article "Caravan Had Royal Welcome in State," 5F:1. People celebrated the Overland Mail Centennial caravan, which commemorates John Butterfield and his Overland Mail Company from the 1860s. Butterfield traveled from Missouri to San Francisco, California, with his Concord Coach to haul passengers and mail. Pictured is a marker that reads, "The Butterfield Stage Route. The Butterfield Stage Route between Saint Louis and San Francisco passed through the Main Street of Van Buren, Arkansas and crossed the river at this point. Erected by Mary Fuller Percival Chapter D.A.R."

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Courthouse - Crawford County
Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas
1809 Arkansas History Commission
Online Scholars' Portal


Copy negative taken of pages of the Arkansas River Valley Booklet. The booklet included images of various Arkansas Valley towns and scenes. Crawford County courthouse by E. S. Burch. Deane more than likely took these copy negatives during his career with the Arkansas Gazette.
c. 1861 Civil War Envelope - Arkansas State Seal
SUMMARY
Arkansas state seal. White envelope with blue ink. Image on left.
Secession.
Arkansas--History--Civil War, 1861-1865

SOURCE COLLECTION
Graphic Arts File- Civil War Envelopes
Civil War Treasures from the New-York Historical Society

Source: Library of Congress


October 31, 1863 Library of Congress
Crawford County Arkansas Union Men

Crawford County Arkansas Union Men, Saturday, October 31, 1863 (Printed circular)

The Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress
Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916.
1912 Cain School

Cain School, Cain, Crawford County, Arkansas
Please contact us if you are able to identify one of these beautiful children.

High resolution image (3510 x 2346) available.
1937 G. M. (George M.) Cottrell
Arkansas History Commission

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by G. M. (George M.) Cottrell, age 36 [i.e., 35] in 1937. Cottrell was first certified as an apprentice barber by the board in 1937 in Dyer, Crawford County, Arkansas. He was certified as a registered barber in 1964. His last date of certification was 1982.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
11 Sep 1960 Courthouses, Crawford County, Van Buren, September 1960
Arkansas History Commission

Part of a group of negatives taken for September 11, 1960, Arkansas Gazette article "Van Buren: Colorful Past -- Hopeful Future," 1E:1. The Crawford County Courthouse in Van Buren, Arkansas. The courthouse was once a passing by point for the Butterfield Overland Stage Line route.
11 Sep 1960 Courthouses, Crawford County, Van Buren, September 1960
Arkansas History Commission

Part of a group of negatives taken for September 11, 1960, Arkansas Gazette article "Van Buren: Colorful Past -- Hopeful Future," 1E:1. The Crawford County Courthouse in Van Buren, Arkansas. The courthouse was once a passing by point for the Butterfield Overland Stage Line route.

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Sep 1910 Donaghey and Bryan special train at Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas.
Arkansas History Commission

Spectators gathered around gazebo. In the right background is a two-story house. Governor George W. Donaghey (1856-1937) and William Jennings Bryan toured Arkansas in a special train in September 1910, speaking for the adoption of the proposed initiative and referendum amendment to the state constitution. The five day trip, which began Tuesday, September 6, and ended September 10, covered 1,750 miles and included fifty-five speeches.
Photographic prints--1910-1920

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9 Feb 1825 Electoral Vote Count (February 9, 1825)

This tally shows that Jackson received a plurality of 99 electoral votes, falling 32 votes shy of the majority required by the Constitution. Since no candidate received a majority of the electoral votes, the House retired to its chamber to select a President.

House Speaker Henry Clay, who finished fourth and was no longer a candidate, was in a critical position to determine the outcome of the House vote. He threw his support and considerable influence behind John Quincy Adams. Although the Constitution does not require that the House select the lead candidate, when John Quincy Adams was chosen over Andrew Jackson, Jackson and his supporters charged that the House of Representatives had openly defied the will of the people.

Tally of electoral votes, showing the number of votes received by the four candidates: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, William H. Crawford, and Henry Clay, February 9, 1825.

ca. 1935 Clara B. Eno (1854-1951), of Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas
Arkansas History Commission

Negative of original color oil painting that hangs at the Arkansas History Commission in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas. The original image dimensions (not including frame) are 60 1/2 x 50 cm. (23 3/4 x 19 3/4 in).
Abstract: Clara B. Eno (1854-1951), of Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas, was a collector of Arkansas materials, and a member of the Arkansas History Commission, 1909-1951.

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ca.1880 Scenes along the Frisco Railroad, Stone quarry, Mountainburg, Ark
Arkansas History Commission

Stereograph that is part of a series titled: Scenes along the Frisco Railroad. This is identified as a stone quarry, Mountainburg, Crawford County, Arkansas. A group of workmen are gathered around a piece of equipment.
Stereographs--Arkansas--Mountainburg--1880-1890
1 Apr 1959 Cherokee Bill Folks, Mountainburg, Ark
Arkansas History Commission

Negative taken for April 1, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "Ozarks Store Spells Contentment for Folkses," B1:3. William "Cherokee Bill" Folks, wearing a war bonnet, displays some of his stone arrow and spear points. The Indian Museum is located next to the Folks' store on U.S. Highway 71 in Mountainburg, Crawford County, Arkansas.

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1943 Library of Congress

TITLE: The million dollar Garrison Avenue Bridge with its approach submerged by the Arkansas River flood waters. To its right is the Missouri Pacific railroad bridge with its rails awash. Fort Smith, Arkansas is in the background.

Image source: U.S. Army Signal Corps.
Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944.
1950 Joseph P. Gilmore
Roper Studio (Van Buren, Ark.)

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Joseph P. Gilmore, age 71 [i.e., 72] in 1950. Gilmore was first certified by the board in 1950 in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1969.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
30 Mar 1961 M.L. Greer of Kopper Kettle, Van Buren, Ark., March 30, 1961
Arkansas History Commission

Negative taken for April 5, 1961, Arkansas Gazette article "Ozarks Candy Man Learns Arkansas Products Sell Well," B1:2. M. L. Greer and his wife are the owners and operators of the Kopper Kettle, a roadside souvenir shop and candy establishment. The Greers receive many visitors along U.S. Highway 64 on the route to Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. Many Arkansas crafts are sold in their establishment.

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ca. 1875 Library of Congress
TITLE: Main Street, looking north from Warren Observatory
SUMMARY: Photograph shows Valley Street, Hot Springs, Arkansas, with the Hale House hotel on the right,.
MEDIUM: 1 photographic print on stereo card : stereograph, albumen.
CREATED/PUBLISHED: [ca. 1875]
ca. 1875 ..and the back.
1898-1914 Library of Congress

A compilations of 31 photographic prints of Arkansas; 18 x 23 cm.
SUMMARY: Hot Springs No. 29, Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Publisher: Detroit Publishing Company.
1898-1914 Library of Congress

A compilations of 31 photographic prints of Arkansas; 18 x 23 cm.
Publisher: Detroit Publishing Company.
SUMMARY: View overlooking city and resort hotel.
1898-1914 Library of Congress

A compilations of 31 photographic prints of Arkansas; 18 x 23 cm.
Publisher: Detroit Publishing Company.
SUMMARY: Oak Lawn Jockey Club, Hot Springs, Arkansas.
1900-1910 Library of Congress

MEDIUM: 1 negative : glass ; 8 x 10 in.
CREATED/PUBLISHED: [between 1900 and 1910]
RELATED NAMES: Detroit Publishing Co., publisher.
  Harding Glass factory

August 6, 1920 — At 7:30 a.m., 700 tons of molten glass flooded the Harding Glass factory on Midland Boulevard and touched off a fire destroying on large, new factory building. Damage costs totalled $175,000. The Journal, Vol. 28, No. 1, p. 9.

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ca. 1809 Arkansas History Commission
J. D. James, Esq.

Copy negative taken of pages of the Arkansas River Valley Booklet. The booklet included images of various Arkansas Valley towns and scenes. Images of J. D. James, Esq., J. D. James' Store, and J. D. James river farm, Alma, Crawford County, Arkansas. Deane more than likely took these copy negatives during his career with the Arkansas Gazette.
1957 William Muriel Johnston
Van Buren Studio (Van Buren, Ark.)

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by William Muriel Johnston, age 29 in 1957. Johnston was first certified by the board in 1957 as an apprentice in Alma, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1988.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940

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  Library of Congress
Lee Creek Bridge, in Natural Dam, Arkansas

TITLE: Lee Creek Bridge (No. 1), Spanning Lee Creek at State Highway 59, Natural Dam, Crawford County, AR

1. GENERAL VIEW OF PARKER PONY TRUSS BRIDGE, LOOKING SOUTHEAST
HAER ARK,17-NADA,1-1
  Library of Congress
Lee Creek Bridge, in Natural Dam, Arkansas

TITLE: Lee Creek Bridge (No. 1), Spanning Lee Creek at State Highway 59, Natural Dam, Crawford County, AR

2. GENERAL VIEW OF BRIDGE, LOOKING NORTHWEST
HAER ARK,17-NADA,1-2
  Library of Congress
Lee Creek Bridge, in Natural Dam, Arkansas

TITLE: Lee Creek Bridge (No. 1), Spanning Lee Creek at State Highway 59, Natural Dam, Crawford County, AR

3. LOOKING SOUTHEAST, GENERAL VIEW OF BRIDGE WITH 4' RANGE POLE AT CORNER POST
HAER ARK,17-NADA,1-3
  Library of Congress
Lee Creek Bridge, in Natural Dam, Arkansas

TITLE: Lee Creek Bridge (No. 1), Spanning Lee Creek at State Highway 59, Natural Dam, Crawford County, AR

4. DETAIL VIEW OF FIXED BEARING CONDITION, LOOKING NORTHWEST
HAER ARK,17-NADA,1-5

Library of Congress
Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record
Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

The Library of Congress URL: http://www.loc.gov/
Mailing Address: 101 Independence Ave, S.E. Washington, DC 20540
     

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22 Apr 1962 Roadside Geology
Arkansas History Commission

One of a group of negatives taken for April 22, 1962, Arkansas Gazette article "Here's Rugged Geological Wonder," E5:2. Geologic formations seen in road-cuts, including an Atoka formation near Mountainburg, Crawford County, Arkansas (1513.10, 1513.11, 1513.14, 1513.19, 1513.21), and also an aerial view of a valley (1513.04).
1937 A.L. Markham
Arkansas History Commission

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by A. L. (Alfred Lee) Markham, age 37 [i.e., 27] in 1937. Markham was first certified by the board in 1937 in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1959. His certificate was renewed in 1958 and was good till 1959, one year after his death.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
ca. 1860-1870 Library of Congress
Brigadier General Evander McNair, of Arkansas

Evander McNair, of Arkansas, Brigadier General, C.S.A. (Head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

SUBJECTS: McNair, Evander, 1820-1902.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Military personnel--Confederate.
Military officers--Confederate--1860-1870.
Portrait photographs 1860-1870.

Library of Congress
Prints and Photographs Division
Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
1940 Mulberry High School
Mulberry, Crawford County, Arkansas
1940

Mulberry High
photograph submitted by Scot Stout
Clay County ARGenWeb Administrator
28 May 1963 Mulberry River
Arkansas History Commission

Negative taken for June 4, 1963, Arkansas Gazette article "Readers Are Best Sources of Ideas for Columns," B1:2. The Mulberry River, just east of Mulberry, Crawford County, Arkansas, and where U. S. Highway 64 crosses the river.
     

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1938 Monroe Nelson
Arkansas History Commission

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Monroe Nelson in 1937, age 50 [i.e., 49]. Nelson was first certified by the board in 1938 in Dyer, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1946.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
     

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12 May 1959 Pine Bluff Arsenal, ROA, May 1959
Arkansas History Commission

Negative taken for May 12, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "Military Reserves Guard 'Barn Door,'" B1:2. Newly elected officials of the Reserve Officers Association of Arkansas include (left to right) Captain D. M. Langston of Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas, vice president for the Army, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Eubanks of Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas, vice president for the Air Force, Lieutenant Colonel James Gilbert Leigh of Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, Association vice president, and Commodore Jack Rose of Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas, vice president for the Navy.
1938 Grant Powell
Arkansas History Commission

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Grant Powell. Powell was first certified by the board in 1938, at age 52, in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1950.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
ca. 1883 Library of Congress
Civil War Lith c.1883

TITLE: Her atonement by Anson P. Pond
MEDIUM: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, color ; 75 x 101 cm.

CREATED/PUBLISHED: Cin.; N.Y. : Strobridge Lith. Co., c1883.
CREATOR: Strobridge & Co. Lith.
RELATED NAMES: Pond, Anson P. (Anson Phelps), 1856-1920.

     

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1938 Ben R. Satterfield
Arkansas History Commission

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Ben R. Satterfield, age 55 in 1938. Satterfield was first certified by the board in 1938 in Mountainburg, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1940.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
11 Sep 1960 Van Buren, Ark., Sept., 1960 [Ag Processing Soybean Plant and Elevator
Arkansas History Commission]

Part of a group of negatives taken for September 11, 1960, Arkansas Gazette article "Van Buren: Colorful Past --- Hopeful Future," E1:1. The Ag Processing Soybean Plant and Elevator in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas.
1942 Joe Salsman
Pointer Studio (Van Buren, Ark.)

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Joe Salsman. Salsman was first certified by the board in 1942, at age 67, in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1944.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
1938 Veldy Tomis Smith
Johnson's (Firm : Fort Smith, Ark.)

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Veldy Tomis Smith, age 50 in 1938. Smith was first certified by the board in 1938 in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1962. Smith died on March 16, 1962.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
1937 John Walter Scott
Johnson's (Firm : Fort Smith, Ark.)

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by John Walter Scott, age 65 in 1937. Scott was first certified by the board in 1937 in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1957.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940

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1885 Van Buren, Arkansas

Waterfront at Van Buren, Arkansas
  Van Buren, Arkansas

Baptist Church, Van Buren, Ark
11 Sep 1960 Van Buren, Ark., Sept., 1960 [Unidentified house]
Arkansas History Commission

Part of a group of negatives taken for September 11, 1960, Arkansas Gazette article "Van Buren: Colorful Past --- Hopeful Future," E1:1. An unidentified house in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas.
1950 Van Buren Post 1950 Commemoratives
5c Alliance For Progress (2) and 5c City Mail Delivery 1964 Van Buren, Ark. Airmail to Germany.
16 Sep 1943 Van Buren 1943 numeral duplex Keep America Free Keep the right to Choose Martin Van Buren President Patriotic Philatelic.

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1938 Howard E. Wolfe
Arkansas History Commission

Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Howard E. Wolfe, age 48 in 1938. Wolfe was first certified by the board in 1938 in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1964.

Arkansas Inactive Barber Photographs
Arkansas. State Board of Barber Examiners
Portrait photographs--1930-1940
1866 Library of Congress
Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891, artist.
African American soldiers mustered out at Little Rock, Arkansas

SUMMARY: Soldiers return home, greeted by women and children.
MEDIUM: 1 drawing on green paper : pencil and Chinese white ; 24.5 x 36.0 cm. (sheet).
CREATED/PUBLISHED: [1866]

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