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Henry and Rose Pearlman Collection on long-term loan to the Princeton University Art Museum

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frontier with Turkey following the Greco–Turkish War (1897) at the north of the peninsula along the Kratzova–Khassia Mountains (Thessaly), the Greek administrative divisions, major cities, towns, and ports, with an inset map of Corfu (Kerkyra) and an inset map of Crete or Candia.

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Booker T. Washington in his Tuskegee University office, 1906.

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The 1906 Cubs won a record 116 of 154 games. They then won back-to-back World Series titles in 1907–08

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Chicago National League Ball Club 1906 - The "Cubs" -- Pennant Winners Date: 1906 Format: postcard Description: Postcard of the 1906 Chicago Cubs team. Players are identified as: Top Row, left to right: M. Brown, J. Pfeister, A. Hofman, C.G. Williams (Secretary-Treasurer), O. Overall, E. Reulback, J. Kling. Middle Row: H. Gessler, J. Taylor, H. Steinfeldt, J. McCormick, F. Chance, J. Sheckard, P. Moran, F. Schulte. Bottom Row: C. Lundgren, T. Walsh, J. Evers, J. Slagle, J. Tinker. Pen annotation on front of postcard: "Tinker-Evers to Chance, 1906" refers to famous poem by Franklin Pierce Adams entitled, "Baseball's Sad Lexicon."

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