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Image of a beach. (Digital surrogate: landes_postcards_portugal)

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The postcards include images of the Hugenot Monument, Table Bay docks in Cape Town, Cape Town Gardens, Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in Cape Town, Pretoria, petroglyphs in the Transvaal Museum, and Zulu and Swazi people. Jacaranda flowers are taped to the back of a postcard with an image of jacarandas in Pretoria. (Digital surrogat...

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Alderdi-Eder gardens and la Concha beach and view from Ulia Mountain in San Sebastian, Spain. (Digital surrogates: landes_postcards_spain)

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Images on the postcards include mosaics; artwork; the coat of arms of Swiss cities; a map of Switzerland; various sites in Geneva including the Reformation Wall, Quai Gustave Ador, Avenue de France, St. Pierre Cathedral, La Rade, Gare Cornavin, Church of Notre Dame; and a view of Limmat River and the Lindenhof quarter in Zurick. (Digital surrogates...

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Postcard from The Pioneer Grill at George Washington Hotel in Washington, Pennsylvania. On the postcard is a reproduction of Malcom Parcell's mural "Lafayette's Visit, May 25, 1825," depicting early travel along the National Pike, now known as Cumberland Road. (Digital surrogate: landes_postcards_washington_pa)

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The following are stories in English, mostly told by Maggie Wilson during 1932-1933 and recorded by her daughter Janet, whose spellings have usually been followed. Many of the stories are about women. Many are abbreviated life stories. Except where otherwise noted, all the stories are the original manuscripts. Maggie Wilson's spelling and phraseolo...

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