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  • "Goto. Tama-no-ura, [Tamanoura]Nagasaki." Clergy are shown outside kneeling in a small fenced area before a saint statue in a hillside niche. Handwriting in French closely covers the back of the postcard.

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  • "Lena bringt das Neue Testament" ("Lena brings the New Testament"). A group of men around an old woman. The old woman is sitting on the ground, holding a book. The people around her are Africans and Europeans. The Europeans are wearing neat clothes in contrast to the Africans who are wearing rags. Behind the group of people part of a wagon can be seen. In the far background mountains.; This is a photograph of a picture.

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  • "Makers of Idols. American Dispensary, Chungking, China." A man is shown putting the finishing touches on a figurine. Several finished pieces stand on a countertop for sale. There is no handwriting on the back of the postcard.

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    Authors: Melis Gomila, Lourdes;

    [cat] Tancar per renéixer: Sovint els museus han de tancar les seves portes per cometre reformes físiques però també de plantejament, per tal de continuar sent atractius per als visitants, oferint noves col·leccions o mostrant-les de manera diferent apostant per nous recorreguts temàtics o didàctics.

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  • Authors: Dockray-Miller, Mary;

    The manuscript now called the Salisbury Breviary (Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, MS lat. 17294) contains the only extant illustrated cycle of of the Life of St Edith of Wilton; the fifteen miniatures accompany the readings for the feast of St Edith. These images emphasize the connections among Edith's holiness, royal genealogy, and obedience to her earthly and spiritual fathers. The cycle thus presents in microcosm the book's overall objective to proclaim and glorify the rightfully inherited temporal and spiritual power of its patron, John of Lancaster, the Duke of Bedford.

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  • Authors: Studio, Dick Whittington;

    Photograph of painting of Jesus, Southern California, 1935. "Subject: copy of "The Christ"; Client: Gordon Provonsha, Signal Oil B[ui]ld[in]g; Original Print Order: 1; Size: 5x7; Finish: gl[ossy]; Mount: 25c; Job: 7-18-110; Year: 1935" -- on envelope front. "Operator's Report Name: Frost; 1 Copies; Amount: 1.00" -- on envelope back.

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  • "Missions de Scheut �� L��opoldville-Est (Kinshasa). Cath��drale: nef laterals et Calvaire." A side aisle in a Western style cathedral is depicted with a model of Calvary at one end. The caption and name of the publisher "Congo �� Propri��t�� de Scheut." are printed on the back of the postcard. There is no handwriting on the back.

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  • "Int��rieur de Pagode. Le dieu �� la t��te d'��l��phant." The picture on the top shows two men inside a pagoda with statues around them. The bottom picture shows three children standing next to a small statue of an elephant. The elephant is inside a small opening in a stone wall.

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  • "Kanunnikessen - Missiezusters van den H. Augustinus." A young women and two children sit beneath a small statue of Christ. A missionary stands beside them. This postcard was printed in Brussels.

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  • "Mission du Madur�� [Madura]. 22. - Le��on de cat��chisme: Il a donn�� sa vie pour nous." Missionaries are standing before a group of children, teaching them the catechism. The teacher is using a picture on an easel of Christ dying on the cross. The students are sitting with their backs toward the camera, facing the teacher. Additional information indicates that this postcard was printed in Paris, France.

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  • "Goto. Tama-no-ura, [Tamanoura]Nagasaki." Clergy are shown outside kneeling in a small fenced area before a saint statue in a hillside niche. Handwriting in French closely covers the back of the postcard.

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    Authors: Melis Gomila, Lourdes;

    [cat] Tancar per renéixer: Sovint els museus han de tancar les seves portes per cometre reformes físiques però també de plantejament, per tal de continuar sent atractius per als visitants, oferint noves col·leccions o mostrant-les de manera diferent apostant per nous recorreguts temàtics o didàctics.

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  • Authors: Dockray-Miller, Mary;

    The manuscript now called the Salisbury Breviary (Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, MS lat. 17294) contains the only extant illustrated cycle of of the Life of St Edith of Wilton; the fifteen miniatures accompany the readings for the feast of St Edith. These images emphasize the connections among Edith's holiness, royal genealogy, and obedience to her earthly and spiritual fathers. The cycle thus presents in microcosm the book's overall objective to proclaim and glorify the rightfully inherited temporal and spiritual power of its patron, John of Lancaster, the Duke of Bedford.

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  • Authors: Studio, Dick Whittington;

    Photograph of painting of Jesus, Southern California, 1935. "Subject: copy of "The Christ"; Client: Gordon Provonsha, Signal Oil B[ui]ld[in]g; Original Print Order: 1; Size: 5x7; Finish: gl[ossy]; Mount: 25c; Job: 7-18-110; Year: 1935" -- on envelope front. "Operator's Report Name: Frost; 1 Copies; Amount: 1.00" -- on envelope back.

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  • "Missions de Scheut �� L��opoldville-Est (Kinshasa). Cath��drale: nef laterals et Calvaire." A side aisle in a Western style cathedral is depicted with a model of Calvary at one end. The caption and name of the publisher "Congo �� Propri��t�� de Scheut." are printed on the back of the postcard. There is no handwriting on the back.

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