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AuthorKrebs, Ronald R.; Licklider, Roy
Date Created2016
DescriptionThe single strongest predictor of civil war is a nation having had one in the past, and preventing the recurrence of civil war has thus become the critical problem for both scholarship and policy. The...
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Date Created1868-1890
DescriptionTells the personal memories of the Civil War. Item found in mylar, originally in three pieces. (Stryker’s Record of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War reveals no sign of a 2nd...
Time PeriodCivil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877)
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Date Created1909
DescriptionPostcard depicting West End Ave., Pluckemin postmarked April 27, 1909. Addressed to Mrs. John G. Taylor at Flower Hospital, 63 Ave. A, New York City, NY. Writing on verso: "My dear Nell, hope you...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1909
DescriptionPostcard depicting West End Ave., Pluckemin postmarked April 27, 1909. Addressed to Mrs. John G. Taylor at Flower Hospital, 63 Ave. A, New York City, NY. Writing on verso: "My dear Nell, hope you...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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AuthorNoll, David L.
Date Created2019
DescriptionFrom the Deepwater Horizon disaster to the opioid crisis, multidistrict litigation— or simply MDL—has become the preeminent forum for devising solutions to the most difficult problems in the...
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AuthorKovacs, Kathryn E.
Date Issued2010
DescriptionThe Administrative Procedure Act of 1946 paves an essential avenue to the courthouse door for plaintiffs challenging military decision making, particularly those alleging that the military has...
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Date Created1952
Description"Let's see how coordinated you are." Children running an obstacle course during Seabrook Farms Day Camp, 1952.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Issued1909
DescriptionThis postcard of Kuser’s duck pond is inscribed on the back: “How are you sis. I love my wife but o you kid. I have not heard from Tom or W. in over a [illegible - possibly "week"] sent a card to...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1939
DescriptionPostcard is inscribed: “Just a few words to tell you I shall be back either Sun. night or Mon. a.m. This unexpected extra week has been nice, hasn’t it? I hope you are both well and enjoying these...
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
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Date Created1915
DescriptionThis postcard of the Somerset Inn was postmarked July 21, 1915 in Bernardsville and again in Brooklyn, N.Y. Addressed to Mrs. E. Johnson, the Touraine [?], Clinton St., Brooklyn, N.Y. and readdressed...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)