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    • Flick Cleveland.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Cleveland Naps (Baseball team)
    • Elmer Flick or Elmer Harrison Flick (1876-1971). Black-and-white portrait of Elmer Flick with the Cleveland Naps on a round card. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in every 5 ¢ package of Colgan's Violet Chips and Mint Chips....
    • Hinchman Columbus.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players
    • Bill Hinchman or William White Hinchman (1883-1963). Black-and-white portrait of Bill Hinchman on a round card. The team is the Columbus Senators (Ohio). Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in every 5 ¢ package of Colgan's Violet...
    • Killerfer St. Louis Am.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; St. Louis Browns (Baseball team)
    • Bill Killefer or William Killefer (1887-1960) also known as Reindeer Bill. Black-and-white portrait of Bill Killefer on a round card. The team is the St. Louis Browns. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in every 5 ¢ package of...
    • Lord Boston Am. L.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Boston Red Sox (Baseball team)
    • Harry Lord or Harry Donald Lord (1882-1948). Black-and-white portrait of Harry Lord on a round card. The team is the Boston Red Sox. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in every 5 ¢ package of Colgan's Violet Chips and Mint...
    • McIntyre Detroit.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Detroit Tigers (Baseball team)
    • Matty McIntyre or Matthew Martin McIntyre (1880-1920). Black-and-white portrait of Matty McIntyre with the Detroit Tigers on a round card. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in every 5 ¢ package of Colgan's Violet Chips and Mint...
    • Merkle New York Natl.l.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; New York Giants (Baseball team)
    • Fred Merkle or Frederick Charles Merkle (1888-1956). Black-and-white portrait of Fred Merkle with the New York Giants on a round card. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in every 5 ¢ package of Colgan's Violet Chips and Mint...
    • Robinson Louisville.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Louisville Colonels (Baseball team)
    • Rabbit Robinson or William Clyde Robinson (1882-1915). Black-and-white portrait of Rabbit Robinson with the Louisville Colonels (Kentucky). Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in every 5 ¢ package of Colgan's Violet Chips and...
    • Wagner Pittsburgh.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Pittsburgh Pirates (Baseball team)
    • Honus Wagner or John Peter Wagner (1874-1955) also known as the Flying Dutchman. Black-and-white portrait of Honus Wagner with the Pittsburg Pirates or Pittsburgh Pirates on a round card. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in...
    • Camnitz Pittsburgh.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Pittsburgh Pirates (Baseball team)
    • Howie Camnitz (1881-1960) also known as Red. Born in Covington, Kentucky; died in Louisville, Kentucky. Black-and-white portrait of Howard Camnitz with the Pittsburgh Pirates on a round card. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One...
    • Clarke Pittsburg.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Pittsburgh Pirates (Baseball team)
    • Fred Clarke or Fred Clifford Clarke (1872-1960) also known as Cap. Black-and-white portrait of Fred Clarke with the Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh) Pirates on a round card. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One in every 5 ¢ package of...
    • Bible, France, mid 13th century, fragment.

    • Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500
    • Leaf from a small portable Gothic Bible, copied in France in the thirteenth century. The Latin translation used throughout this period was known as the Vulgate, since Latin was the common or vulgar language read by all literate people of the time....

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