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Auction of Household Goods in a Residential Area of New Escort Ulm Minnesota. They Are Usually Held in the Summer Months to Sell Household Possessions of Retired People Who Are Moving to Apartments, Or Who Have Died…

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Auction of Household Goods in a Residential Area of New Escort Ulm Minnesota. They Are Usually Held in the Summer Months to Sell Household Possessions of Retired People Who Are Moving to Apartments, Or Who Have Died…
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Original Caption: Auction of Household Goods in a Residential Area of New Escort Ulm Minnesota. They Are Usually Held in the Summer Months to Sell Household Possessions of Retired People Who Are Moving to Apartments, Or Who Have Died. New Escort Ulm Is a County Seat Trading Center of 13,000 in a Farming Area of South Central Minnesota. It Was Founded in 1854 by a German Immigrant Land Company That Encouraged Its Kinsmen to Emigrate From Europe. The Business District Was Revitalized During the 1960’s.

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-15839

Photographer: Schulke, Flip, 1930-2008

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New Escort Ulm (Brown county, Minnesota, United States) inhabited place
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Image from page 103 of “Aedes Althorpianae; or, Account of the mansion, books, and pictures, at Althorp; the residence of George John, earl Spencer, K.G. To which is added a supplement to the Bibliotheca Spenceriana” (1822)
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Identifier: aedesalthorpiana02spen
Title: Aedes Althorpianae; or, Account of the mansion, books, and pictures, at Althorp; the residence of George John, earl Spencer, K.G. To which is added a supplement to the Bibliotheca Spenceriana
Year: 1822 (1820s)
Authors: Spencer, George John Spencer, Earl, 1758-1834 Dibdin, Thomas Frognall, 1776-1847
Subjects: Althorp (Northampton, Northamptonshire) Rare books Incunabula
Publisher: London : Printed by W. Nicol, Shakespeare Press [etc.]
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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Text Appearing Before Image:
92 MISCELLANEOUS. of taking advantage of the kings permission to devour one of bissubjects.

Text Appearing After Image:
The impression under description is very handsomely printed, in longlines, with ornamental initials, such as we see in the Ptolemy of 1482,by the same printer : Bibl. Spencer, vol. ii. p. 303. The signatures A toz run in eights; with the exception of a, which has 10 leaves. A freshalphabet, with the letter A only, then follows : concluding the volumeon the 10th leaf of the same signature, thus : (l5ctinicfet tJii tjolicnliet burclj licnljart JoHen3ii ulm, nncf) ciifti gcfturt. 9^. tttt ♦ txxny. iatauff bm ♦ xx)a\. tag be.^ mapenf3 . On the reverse is a large wood-cut of the fox and a bird—perhapsthe cock. Notwithstanding the indifferent state of this copy, it is yet avolume of very great interest. In russia binding. 1070 Bulla Anni Jubilei. (Printed hy UlricHai{) Rome. 1470. Folio. Although no name of printer be subjoined to this very curious docu-ment, there can be no doubt of its having issued from the press of UlricHan. It consists of one sheet only, in folio 3 to be dispa

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