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Interior of New U.S. Mint: Melting Room19th century
83 x 102 mm (3.3 x 4 in.)
William H. Rau, American, (1855–1920)
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- object Dimensions: 83 x 102 mm (3.3 x 4 in.)
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William H. Rau, American, (1855–1920) . Interior of New U.S. Mint: Melting Room, 19th century. Glass lantern slide. object : 83 x 102 mm (3.3 x 4 in.). DAC accession number 1999.21.5. Gift of Joseph W. Reed (Professor of English), 1999.
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