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    • Rev. Thomas Aikeman, Custer County, Nebraska

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    • Alternatively identified as Thomas Aikens, one mile south of Mason City, Nebraska. See additional information. RG2608-1427 [Transcription of a letter from Ray H. Parrish to Ann Reinert]: Rulo, Nebr., Nov. 24, 1976 Mrs. Ann Reinert, Librarian,...
    • 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...
    • Tabard Inn, London

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    • Yard of the Tabard Inn ; this sketch was made just before the inn was destroyed in the 19th century ; supposedly the yard had remained unchanged since the time of Elizabeth I. Although the Tabard was probably not used for plays, it illustrates the...
    • Christopher Marlowe. Portrait

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    • This portrait is surmised by some to be of Christopher Marlowe, the blaspheming genius who, when killed in a brawl, left Shakespeare without rival as a dramatic poet. portrait, supposedly of Christopher Marlowe. There is in fact no evidence that...
    • Christopher Marlowe. Portrait

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    • This portrait is surmised by some to be of Christopher Marlowe, the blaspheming genius who, when killed in a brawl, left Shakespeare without rival as a dramatic poet. portrait, supposedly of Christopher Marlowe. There is in fact no evidence that...
    • Tabard Inn, London

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    • Yard of the Tabard Inn ; this sketch was made just before the inn was destroyed in the 19th century ; supposedly the yard had remained unchanged since the time of Elizabeth I. Although the Tabard was probably not used for plays, it illustrates the...

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