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Map of the Custer Battlefieldca. 1913
134 x 108 mm (5.3 x 4.3 in.)
Lewis Rodman Wanamaker, American, (1863–1928)
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- image Dimensions: 134 x 108 mm (5.3 x 4.3 in.)
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Lewis Rodman Wanamaker, American, (1863–1928) . Map of the Custer Battlefield, ca. 1913. Photogravure printed in brown ink. image : 134 x 108 mm (5.3 x 4.3 in.). DAC accession number 19184.108.40.206. Gift of Michael M. Senft, 1983.
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