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    • ABC of bugs and plants in a northern garden.

    • Insect-plant relationships; Garden pests--North America--Pictorial works; Insects--North America--Pictorial works; Alphabet books--Vermont; Artists' books--Specimens; Lettering; Alphabet books
    • "A collaboration between Vermonters Claire Van Vliet, proprietor of Janus Press, and Judy Fairclough Sgantas, an artist and gardener. This work is a double alphabet book, with classical Roman letter forms entwined with plant life and insects. For...
    • Gunboat that fired first shot at Fort Henry.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Fort Henry, Battle of, Tenn., 1862; Gunboats; Vehicles
    • Gunboat that fired first shot at Fort Henry at rest in water. The boat has inward-slanting sides and two canopy roofs above. Hanging from two lines are small cloths or flags. Below image: "The gunboat that fired the first shot at Fort Henry."
    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Health care facilities; Hospitals; Marine hospitals; United States. Works Progress Administration; Murals
    • Section of WPA project mural by Hendrik Martin Mayer (also known as Henrik) of Indianapolis at Marine Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Mural depicts the meeting between European and Native American cultures. A priest stands in the center in front...
    • Motorboat, circa 1905.

    • Motorboats
    • Stern and port view of an 18 ft. motorboat, with an inboard gasoline powered engine, built and raced by James E. "Captain Jim" Howard. The boat is elevated on one side and is sitting on white or light-colored cloths on the grounds of Howard...
    • Motorboat, circa 1905.

    • Motorboats
    • Overhead view, looking forward, of an 18 ft. motorboat, with an inboard gasoline powered engine, built and raced by James E. "Captain Jim" Howard. The boat is sitting on white or light-colored cloths on the ground.
    • Motorboat, circa 1905.

    • Motorboats
    • Overhead view, looking forward, of an 18 ft. motorboat, with an inboard gasoline powered engine, built and raced by James E. "Captain Jim" Howard. The boat is sitting on white or light-colored cloths on the ground.

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