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Author Topic: "Centennial exposition described and illustrated" -1876  (Read 1019 times)
Anaesthesius
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« on: November 18, 2007, 02:42:54 am »

(Apologies if this has been posted before; I looked and didn't find it.)
Centennial exposition described and illustrated, being a concise and graphic description of this grand enterprise commemorative of the first centennary of American independence.  By J.S. Ingram.

The whole 770-page high-quality scanned book is available as a 32MB (392-page) PDF!!  Full of gems as seen in the archives of BibliOdyssey.  I was going to post in the Old-Timey Picture thread but then I found the download.

« Last Edit: November 18, 2007, 03:15:52 am by Anaesthesius » Logged

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