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Der Brummer, 1918
(Berlin : Verlag der "Lustige Blätter", 1914-, 1918)
A german magazine/newspaper called "Der Brummer". The edition is numbered 217 and is from the year 1918.
Certificate for Ten Shares of Accumulative Preference Capital Stock in Lincoln Manufacturing Company Limited
Certificate for 10 shares of accumulative preference capital stock in Lincoln Manufacturing Company Limited to Hamilton K. Woodruff, April 10, 1923.
Certificate for Five Shares of Common Stock in Lincoln Manufacturing Company Limited
Certificate for 5 shares of common stock in Lincoln Manufacturing Company Limited to Hamilton K. Woodruff, April 10, 1923.
A label from a bottle of Apricot-Liqueur by Berry Bros. & Rudd Ltd., 3 James's Street, London, S.W. The label also states "by appointment" and "wine merchants to H.M. the Queen".
Teaching Tips from a Recovered Autistic
An article by Grandin sharing tips for teaching and working with autistic children. The focus is on: Structured Environment, Learning to Talk, Rhythm, Sensory Problems, Reducing Arousal, Tactile Stimulation, Fixations, ...
Brief Report: Response to National Institutes of Health Report
The article discusses the National Institutes of Health Report and its lack of research on sensory problems in autism.
Newfoundland Price List, 1 June 1928
A price list for Newfoundland by the Board of Liquor Control, St. John's. The list is one page in length and has a few handwritten changes to prices.
David Nicholson's Liquid Bread Advertisement
An advertisement for David Nicholson's Liquid Bread "a pure extract of Malt". The reverse of the advertisement describes the uses for liquid, "...an unsurpassed tonic; a promoter of appetite, a source of muscular strength, ...
Letter - Jean Chretien to Dorothy Wetherald Rungeling, 2003
A letter from Prime Minister Jean Chretien to Dorothy Wetherald Rungeling, in congratulations of her appointment as a Member of the Order of Canada.
Photograph - William H. Sanderson
Photograph of a sketch, 13 cm x 10 cm, of William H. Sanderson. The photographer was G.F. Maitland of St. Catharines.