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In an effort to rid Cuba of political dissidents, Fidel Castro announced in September 1965 that he would allow any Cuban who had relatives in the U.S. to leave the island through the port of Camarioca. Nearly 5,000 Cubans traversed the waters between…

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Written on verso: "East Meets West on Global Flights: Flags representing some of the countries served by Pan American round-the-world services are held by two pretty stewardesses. Carol L. Woodward of Dearborn, Michigan, USA, left, holds the flags of…

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The Cuban Refugee Program issued several publications, of which this is one. These studies promoted and documented the Program, examined it as a model for social services, and analyzed the experiences of Cuban refugees.

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Shakespeare and Jonson were mutual admirers of each other's works. This publication of Jonson’s nine works in one volume established the idea of plays as serious literature worthy of scholarly attention. The publication of Shakespeare’s First…

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The verso of this photograph reads (translated to English): “The car in the photograph belongs to us. The Church facilitated the down payment and we are paying $62 every month. The neighbors are charming and quite friendly. They…

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Sir Thomas More (1478-1535) was an English statesman, author, social philosopher, and Lord Chancellor. He was executed by Henry VIII for his opposition to the King's schism with the Catholic Church. Shakespeare was very familiar with More’s…

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Mary Grabhorn illustrated this and other Shakespeare editions printed by the Grabhorn Press. The celebrated and award-winning printing operation was family run and known for works that combined bold simplicity with a unique use of color. The Grabhorn…

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This comedy was performed on numerous and varied stages and in many adaptations throughout the eighteenth century. This early Restoration-period playbill includes a preface signed by the poet John Dryden.