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Image 1:  Old Prague:  Old Prague Logansport Pharos Tribune Sat Oct 19, 1895

Image 2:  Ladislav Nachmüllner from Ladislav Nachmüllner vulgo Praganda Nachmüllnerová, Eva. OSSIS, 2000.

Image 3:  Ladislav Nachmüllner from Ladislav Nachmüllner vulgo Praganda Nachmüllnerová, Eva. OSSIS, 2000.

Image 4:  Sodium nitrite, photos by Prof Duchon.

Image 5:  Germany.

Image 6 and 7:  Notice of sale by UK government:  The Times, 1 May 1919, Thu, Page 18

Image 8:  Union Stock Yard, Chicago.  The Modern Packing House.  1905, 1921.  Nickerson & Collins.


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