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    • Drainage for terraced field

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Terracing; Soil conservation
    • "CCC at Ravenna, 1935. A concrete structure in a terraced field to drain the excess water into a natural drainage and prevent the excessive erosion." Near the image's center one man stands between two kneeling men on a step-shaped concrete...
    • Two-coat outfit

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    • Two camel hair coats matching out of Ralph Lauren's Polo shop into a waiting Bugatti. A perhaps unconscious, but perfect example of 80s excess (Glenn Tunstull, illustrator; collection of the illustrator)
    • Letter from Frank Berigan

    • GROSS BRICK W. A. CATTLE PRICES NEBRASKA OMAHA ANIMAL INDUSTRY NEBRASKA OMAHA BERIGAN FRANK A. SR. 1899-1973 OMAHA NEB. BERIGAN BROS. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION COMPANY OMAHA NEB. RECORDS CORRESPONDENCE
    • Letter from Frank Berigan to W. A. Gross of Pine Bluff, Wyoming. August 10, 1942. Description: This letter mentions market prices and an excess of cattle for sale. Omaha, Nebraska.
    • All About Books: May 28, 2009

    • All About Books book literature reading review audio radio Stephen Young Fool's Paradise Players Poseurs Culture Excess South Beach Gaines Book Dead Philosophers Critchley Enchanted Hunters Power Stories Childhood Tatar
    • Otis Young kicks back with Steven Gaines' 'Fool's Paradise: Players, Poseurs, and the Culture of Excess in South Beach,' which takes readers on a tour of the decadent lifestyles and (in)famous people making up the Florida city. Charles Stephen...
    • Animal-baiting and fottball

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    • Animal-baiting and fottball, not the formal game of today but a gross and bloody purging of excess energy, were among the sports with which the Elizabethans refreshed their zest for life
    • Fottball

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    • Fottball, not the formal game of today but a gross and bloody purging of excess energy, was among the sports with which the Elizabethans refreshed their zest for life
    • Animal-baiting and fottball

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    • Animal-baiting and fottball, not the formal game of today but a gross and bloody purging of excess energy, were among the sports with which the Elizabethans refreshed their zest for life

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