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    • Sherlock Holmes

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    • Sherlock Holmes by William Gillette, with cooperation of Arthur Conan Doyle. Gillette's Sherlock Holmes consisted of four acts. Combining elements from several of Doyle's stories, he mainly utilized the plots 'A Scandal in Bohemia' and 'The Final...
    • Sherlock Holmes

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    • Sherlock Holmes by William Gillette, with cooperation of Arthur Conan Doyle. Gillette's Sherlock Holmes consisted of four acts. Combining elements from several of Doyle's stories, he mainly utilized the plots 'A Scandal in Bohemia' and 'The Final...
    • Sherlock Holmes

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    • Sherlock Holmes by William Gillette, with cooperation of Arthur Conan Doyle. Gillette's Sherlock Holmes consisted of four acts. Combining elements from several of Doyle's stories, he mainly utilized the plots 'A Scandal in Bohemia' and 'The Final...
    • Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory, Records

    • Farm tractors--Testing; Equipment
    • The Jacking tongue on a Massey 55 load tractor lifting an Oliver 88 in the late 1940s. Side view of the jacking tongue at the rear of the Massey-Harris 55 used in tractor tests. The Oliver was also used as a load unit. This type of hitching made it...
    • Covered wagon and oxen model

    • Oxen; Overland Trails--Description and travel; Wagon trains--Models; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Covered wagon/oxen model. Oxen were the preferred draft animal for a wagon. They were less expensive, easier to feed, more durable, and less attractive to thieves.
    • Covered wagon and oxen model

    • Oxen; Overland Trails--Description and travel; Wagon trains--Models; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Covered wagon/oxen model. Oxen were the preferred draft animal for a wagon. They were less expensive, easier to feed, more durable, and less attractive to thieves.
    • Ox shoe

    • Overland Trails; Oxen -- Equipment and supplies; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Oxen were the preferred draft animal for a wagon. They were less expensive, easier to feed, more durable, and less attractive to thieves.

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