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Source:   Publisher's proofs of the publications of L. Prang & Co. : volume 12.


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Mayflower Memories of Old Plymouth by Louis K. Harlow : Glimpse of Plymouth from the South, looking from Cannon Hill; The Miles Standish Home, Duxbury, Mass.; Myles Standish' Sword, Pot and Platter, Brought in the Mayflower; Old Wharf at Baptist Church; Pulpit Rock, Clark's Island where the Pilgrims spent their first Sabbath; The Cradle Peregrine White was rocked in, the first child born in the Colony.

Image ID: 487246

Mayflower Memories of Old Plymouth by Louis K. Harlow : Glimpse of Plymouth from the South, looking from Cannon Hill; Th...

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Image Title

:  Mayflower Memories of Old Plymouth by Louis K. Harlow : Glimpse of Plymouth from the South, looking from Cannon Hill; The Miles Standish Home, Duxbury, Mass.; Myles Standish' Sword, Pot and Platter, Brought in the Mayflower; Old Wharf at Baptist Church; Pulpit Rock, Clark's Island where the Pilgrims spent their first Sabbath; The Cradle Peregrine White was rocked in, the first child born in the Colony.

Creator

: L. Prang & Co. -- Publisher

Medium

: Chromolithographs

Specific Material Type

: Prints

Item/Page/Plate

: 5

Source

: Publisher's proofs of the publications of L. Prang & Co., and scrapbooks of colored advertising cards, published by L. Prang & Co. and other firms. / Publisher's proofs of the publications of L. Prang & Co. : volume 12.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs

Catalog Call Number

: MEYK+

Digital ID

: 487246

Record ID

: 300487

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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