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    • Uncle Tom's Cabin

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    • 1886 poster for George Peck's grand revival of Stetson's Uncle Tom's cabin, booked by Klaw & Erlanger. Even though Uncle Tom's Cabin was the best-selling novel of the 19th century, far more Americans of that time saw the story as a stage play or...
    • Uncle Tom's Cabin

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    • Poster of Simon Legree ; Even though Uncle Tom's Cabin was the best-selling novel of the 19th century, far more Americans of that time saw the story as a stage play or musical than read the book. Given the lax copyright laws of the time, stage...
    • Uncle Tom's Cabin

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    • Theater poster, showing Eliza crossing the ice. Color lithograph, 71x106 cm. Even though Uncle Tom's Cabin was the best-selling novel of the 19th century, far more Americans of that time saw the story as a stage play or musical than read the book....
    • Uncle Tom's Cabin

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    • Uncle Tom and Topsy ; Even though Uncle Tom's Cabin was the best-selling novel of the 19th century, far more Americans of that time saw the story as a stage play or musical than read the book. Given the lax copyright laws of the time, stage plays...
    • Uncle Tom's Cabin

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    • Poster ; Even though Uncle Tom's Cabin was the best-selling novel of the 19th century, far more Americans of that time saw the story as a stage play or musical than read the book. Given the lax copyright laws of the time, stage plays based on Uncle...
    • Letter from William E. Green to his mom.

    • William E. Green, Born in Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry letter ASTP Michigan State College, East Lansing
    • Letter sent in 1944 during his stay in ASTP Michigan State College. He talks about what his mom wrote in her last letter. He also mentions Tom's birthday, and says he sent money. William E. Green, born Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th...
    • Ten Nights in a Barroom

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    • Poster ; Joe Morgan, the village drunkard, is encouraged in his boozing and other irresponsible ways by Simon Slade, the evil owner of the Sickle and Sheaf bar. Even the plea of his little daughter, Mary ('Father, dear father, come home'), cannot...
    • Rake's Progress

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    • In the fifth painting, Tom attempts to salvage his fortune by marrying a rich but aged and ugly old maid at St Marylebone. In the background, Sarah arrives, holding their child while her indignant mother struggles with a guest. It looks as though...
    • Rake's Progress

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    • In the fourth painting, he narrowly escapes arrest for debt by Welsh bailiffs (as signified by the leeks, a Welsh emblem, in their hats) as he travels in a sedan chair to a party at St. James's Palace to celebrate Queen Caroline's birthday on Saint...
    • Rake's Progress

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    • The third painting depicts a wild party or orgy underway at a brothel. The whores are stealing the drunken Tom's watch. On the floor is a night watchman's staff and lantern. The scene takes place at the Rose Tavern, a famous brothel in Covent...

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