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    • Edwin Booth as Hamlet

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    • Engraving, portrait of Booth as Hamlet ; after John Wilkes Booth's assassination of President Lincoln in April 1865, the infamy associated with the Booth name forced Edwin Booth to abandon the stage for many months. Edwin, who had been feuding with...
    • Edwin Booth as Hamlet

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    • Engraving, portrait of Booth as Hamlet ; after John Wilkes Booth's assassination of President Lincoln in April 1865, the infamy associated with the Booth name forced Edwin Booth to abandon the stage for many months. Edwin, who had been feuding with...
    • Edwin Booth as Hamlet

    •  
    • Engraving, portrait of Booth as Hamlet ; after John Wilkes Booth's assassination of President Lincoln in April 1865, the infamy associated with the Booth name forced Edwin Booth to abandon the stage for many months. Edwin, who had been feuding with...
    • Edwin Booth as Hamlet

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    • Photograph, portrait of Booth as Hamlet ; after John Wilkes Booth's assassination of President Lincoln in April 1865, the infamy associated with the Booth name forced Edwin Booth to abandon the stage for many months. Edwin, who had been feuding...
    • Edwin Booth as Hamlet

    •  
    • Portait of Booth as Hamlet ; after John Wilkes Booth's assassination of President Lincoln in April 1865, the infamy associated with the Booth name forced Edwin Booth to abandon the stage for many months. Edwin, who had been feuding with John Wilkes...
    • Edwin Booth as Hamlet

    •  
    • Portait of Booth as Hamlet ; after John Wilkes Booth's assassination of President Lincoln in April 1865, the infamy associated with the Booth name forced Edwin Booth to abandon the stage for many months. Edwin, who had been feuding with John Wilkes...
    • Wreck of Oquendo

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Warships -- Spain ;Shipwrecks
    • Waves wash over one of the gun turrets of the Spanish ship Oquendo sunk by Admiral Sampson's fleet during the naval engagement of 1898. The defeat of the Spanish fleet was decisive and resulted in the capitualtion of the Spanish soon afterward

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