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Title: 1896 Diary, November 12-16
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1896 Diary, November 12-16
Minnie Clark Gatewood
Chokoloskee, Collier County, Florida
Diary page on yellowed paperwith red and green lines, text is handwritten.
Description added by you on 6/4/2010
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Added byyou on 1W/2010 (view)
This is an awesome book with a flower on the cover
Added byyou on 6526i2010 (view)
Front cover inscription dated 1899
Added by you on /26/2010 (view)
Diary page on yellowed paper with red and green lines, text is handwritten.
Added byyou on 6&4/2010 (view)
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