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Absecon Lighthouse New Jersey Postcard

The Absecon Light is a coastal lighthouse located in the north end of Atlantic City, New Jersey overlooking Absecon Inlet. It is the tallest lighthouse in the state of New Jersey and is the third tallest masonry lighthouse in the United States. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.


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At The Entrance of the Great Temple at Abu Simbel Postcard

Abu Simbel, Egypt: The staff of the University of Chicago Epigraphic Survey and young Charles Breasted, at the entrance of the Great Temple. 1905-1906
From the 'Sifting the Sands of Time' Collection


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Bass Head Lighthouse Maine Postcard

Bass Harbor Head Light is a lighthouse located within Acadia National Park on the southeast corner of Mount Desert Island, Maine, marking the entrance to Bass Harbor and Blue Hill Bay.

From the "Lighthouses of The Atlantic Seaboard" Collection


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Brant Point Lighthouse, Nantucket Island, Massachusetts Postcard

Brant Point Light is located on Nantucket Island. It was established in 1746, automated in 1965, and is still in operation. The light station was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 28, 1987. It has the distinction of being the tenth light on the point, in addition to several range lights. Four of the others burned or blew down, two were condemned, two were unsatisfactory, and the remaining one stands unused.

From the Lighthouses of The Atlantic Seaboard Collection


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Cape Cod Lighthouse, Truro, Massachusetts Postcard

The Cape Cod Highland Lighthouse is a working lighthouse on the Cape Cod National Seashore in Truro, Massachusetts. It is owned by the National Park Service, and cared for by the Highland Museum and Lighthouse Inc., on behalf of the United States Coast Guard which operates the light itself. It is the oldest lighthouse on Cape Cod.

From the Lighthouses of The Atlantic Seaboard Collection


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Cape May Lighthouse New Jersey Postcard

The Cape May Lighthouse is a lighthouse located in New Jersey at the tip of Cape May, in Lower Township's Cape May Point State Park. It was built in 1859, was automated in 1946, and continues operation to this day.

From the Lighthouses of The Atlantic Seaboard Collection.


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Caravan leaving Amara, Nubia, Sudan Postcard

Amara, Sudan: The University of Chicago caravan leaving Amara, Nubia, 1906


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Caravan Near the Second Cataract, Kolba, Sudan Postcard

Kolba Sudan: The University of Chicago caravan near the Second Cataract, 1906.

From the Sifting the Sands of Time Collection


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Civil War Photo Postcard Headquarters: Army of the Potomac

THE CIVIL WAR

Headquarters, Army of the Potomac Petersburg, Virginia, August 1864
Shown here are Captains: Clinton, Kephardt, Coxe, and Stryher and Lt. G. Lyndisher of the U.S Engineers. One man is unidentified.
Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress


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Civil War Photo Postcard The Lincoln Conspirators

Civil War Photo Postcard The Lincoln Conspirators Civil War
The four condemned conspirators of the Lincoln Assassination (Mrs. Surratt, Lewis Paine, David E. Herold, George A. Atzerodt) with officers and others on the scaffold, Washington, D.C. July 7, 1865.


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Civil War Postcard General Albert Sidney Johnston CSA

General Albert Sidney Johnston, C.S.A.
Commander of the Confederate forces at Shiloh, Johnston was killed during the battle. He was the highest ranking officer of either North or South to be killed in the war.


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Colossal Statues at temple of Ramesees II at Abu Simbel Postcard

Abu Simbel, Eygpt: Nubian on collossal statues on the facade ofthe temple of Ramessess II, 1905-1906.


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Copying coffin texts in the Eqyptian Museum Postcard

Cairo, Egypt: Copying Coffin Texts in the Egyptian Museum, 1923

From the Sifting the Sands of Time Collection


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Copying inscriptions at Mastaba Tomb of Mereruka Postcard

The Mastaba of Mereruka is the largest in Saqqara. It has 32 rooms. Mereruka was the vizier to Teti, who was pharaoh during the VI Dynasty. He was also married to Teti's daughter, Hert-watet-khet. She is buried in the mastaba as well as their son, Meriteti. The paintings on the wall in the entrance show Mereruka painting the seasons and playing a board game. The first three chambers are painted with scenes of furniture making, hunting and goldsmith working.


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Copying inscriptions at Wadi Halfa, Egypt Postcard

From the 'Sifting the Sands of Time' Collection
Wadi Halfa, Eygypt
University of Chicago professor copying an inscription, January 1906


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Copying inscriptions on False Door at Mastaba Tomb of Mereruka Postcard

The mastaba of Mereruka is one of the most noted in an imposing group lying to the north of the pyramid of Teti at Sakkarah. It is reasonable to believe that these tombs commemorate nobles who served in various official capacities under that king. Though they show considerable variation in both plan and construction, they each contain a series of chapels, corridors, and storerooms, the walls of the chapels and corridors being decorated with scenes in painted relief sculpture.


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Copying inscriptions on the Temple of Amun, Karnak Postcard

Luxor, Eygypt
Members of the Epigraphic Survey copy inscriptions and reliefs on the Bubastite Portal in the Temple of Amun at Katnak, c. 1935


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Documenting the reliefs of Ramesees II Abu Simbe Postcard Historical

Abu Simbel, Eygypt
Documenting the battle reliefs of Ramesses II at Abu Simbel, 1905-1906

From the Sifting the Sands of Time Collection


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Drs. examine the sarcophagus lid of Priest Harsiese Postcard

From the 'Sifting the Sands of Time' Collection
Luxor, Eygypt
Drs. Breasted, Nelson, and Holscher examine the sarcophagus lid of Priest Harsiese. Medinet Habu, 1928


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Examining Sumerian Statues, Tell Asmar, Iraq Postcard

From the Sifting the Sands of TiIme Collection
Tell Asmar, Iraq: Workman of the Iraq Expedition examining Sumerian Statues. January 1934


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Excavation near the double lion column base Turkey Postcard

From the Sifting the Sands of Time Collection
Tell Ta'yinat, Turkey: Surveying the excavation around the double-lion column base. 1934-1935.


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Excavation North of the Great Temple at Abu Simbel Postcard

From the Sifting the Sands of Time Collection
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Abu Simbel Eygypt: Excavating a stele to the north of the Great Temple. 1905-1906.


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Excavation of Gateway of Citadel of King Sargon II Postcard

From the Sifting the Sands of Time Collection
Khorsabad, Iraq: Excavation of Gateway of Citadel of King Sargon II 1933-1934.


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Excavation of gateway of citadel of King Sargon II Postcard

Khorsabad, Iraq: Another image of the excavation of gateway of citadel of King Sargon II 1933-1934.
From the Sifting the Sands of Time Collection


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Excavation of The Aqueduct of Sennacherib, Iraq Postcard

From the Sifting the Sands of Time Collection
Jerwan, Iraq: The Iraq Expedition at the excavation of the aqueduct of Sennacherib, 1933

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