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Advertising Card (4)
Magazine Article (1)
Newspaper Article (1)

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ca 1880-1900 (2)
ca 1887 (2)
December//1995 (1)
November 3-92005 (1)

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Robin Silverman (1)
John Simonson (1)

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1. Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 26 with Athletes Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 26 with Athletes ca. 1887 Scrapbook page containing 19 advertising cards arranged in four rows of five (card in upper right corner is missing). Each card is 4 x 7 cm. and shows a portrait of and identifies an athlete and, usually,...

2. Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 27 with Athletes Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 27 with Athletes ca. 1887 Scrapbook page containing 15 advertising cards arranged in four rows of five (entire lower row is missing). Each card is 4 x 7 cm. and shows a portrait of and identifies an athlete and, usually, their...

3. Gill Piano Company Gill Piano Company ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Gill Piano Company showing a boy with wings rowing a boat made of what appears to be a piece of paper pulled by swans. One of two cards with similar theme. Front of card says:...

4. Local Heroes Local Heroes December//1995 Photo and biographical description of Cynthia Levin, "the Unicorn Theatre's producing artistic director" since about 1978, born about 1954 and "[g]rowing up in an arts-loving family in Washington, D. C.,...

5. Midland Tobacco Works Midland Tobacco Works ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Midland Tobacco Works showing a girl and a boy sitting in a large basket "rowing" with brooms as if it is a boat. Front of card says: "Chew 'Silver Cross' Plug, You will like it. Manufactured...

6. Up the River Up the River November 3-9, 2005 Article profiling the Kansas City Rowing Club. In late 2005, the club had 51 members who trained regularly on the Kansas River and competed in races across the Midwest.