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A.F.R. Lawrence collection of historical spoken word [sound recording], 1900-1970.

Audio

1900-1970

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Readings in line-writing : consisting of fragments of prose and poetry from standard authors ; printed for the use of the students of Mr. A. Graham Bell's school, 1234 Sixteenth Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C. Volume 1, number 1-[10].

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[Washington, D.C. : s.n.], 1885.

1886

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FormatTextCall Number*IDV (Readings in line- writings) v. 1, nos. 1-10Item LocationOffsite
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The blind and deaf-mutes in the United States, 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930.

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Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1906-

1906-present

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FormatCall NumberItem Location
FormatTextCall NumberSSO+ (U.S. Census Bureau. Blind in the United States)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315

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An account of the exercises on the occasion of the presentation of the Langley Medal and the unveiling of the Langley Memorial Tablet, May 6, 1913, including the addresses of : Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, His Excellency, the French Ambassador, Mons. J.J. Jusserand, Dr. John A. Brashear, and secretary Walcott.

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Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution, 1913.

1913

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FormatTextCall NumberAN p.v. 164 no. 1-16Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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A Christmas carol. In prose. Being a ghost story of Christmas. By Charles Dickens. London, Bradbury & Evans, 1858 [facsim. repr.

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Washington, D.C., 1954]

1954-1858

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FormatTextCall Number*KL (Dickens, C. Christmas carol. 1954)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

A concise statement of facts, with admission by A.G. Bell showing that he did not invent the telephone, with proof that his different statements under oath contradict each other. Issued by the National Improved Telephone Company, of New Orleans, La.

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New Orleans, A.W. Hyatt [1886?]

1886

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FormatTextCall NumberTT p.v. 26 no. 1-13Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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[Scientific addresses and Draper papers : pamphlet collection. Vol. 2, 1897].

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[Various places : various publishers, 1885-1897]

1885-1897

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FormatTextCall Number8010.694 vol.2Item LocationOff-site

[Scientific addresses and Draper papers : pamphlet collection. Vol. 2, 1897].

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[Various places] : [Various Publishers], [1885-1897]

1885-1897

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FormatTextCall Number8010.694 vol.2Item LocationOff-site