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Trinity siteNational Atomic Museum (U.S.)enManhattan Project (U.S.); Atomic bomb -- New Mexico -- Los Alamos -- Testing2008-06-29
Throwing-sticks in the National Museum Third Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1883-'84, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1890, pages 279-289Mason, Otis T.enUnited States National Museum -- Collections; Eskimos -- Implements -- Catalogs; Throwing-sticks -- Catalogs2006-01-25
Bloodletting Instruments in the National Museum of History and Technologyen2010-07-07
A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies Or, a Private Tutor for Little Masters and Missesen2007-01-09
The Borghesi Astronomical Clock in the Museum of History and Technology Contributions from the Museum of History and Technology, Paper 35, the Smithsonian Institution United States National Museum Bulletin 240Bedini, Silvio A.en2010-07-18
The 1893 Duryea Automobile In the Museum of History and TechnologyBerkebile, Donald H.en2009-09-22
How to See the British Museum in Four VisitsJerrold, W. Blanchard, 1826-1884en2004-10-15
Museum of Antiquity A Description of Ancient LifeenCivilization, Ancient; Classical antiquities2009-02-04
Presentation Pieces in the Museum of History and Technology Contributions from the Museum of History and Technology, Paper No. 47 [Smithsonian Institution]Klapthor, Margaret Brown, 1922-1994en2009-06-25
The Bee-Man of Orn and Other Fanciful TalesStockton, Frank Richard, 1834-1902enThe Bee-man of Orn -- The Griffin and the Minor Canon -- Old Pipes and the Dryad -- The Queen's Museum -- Christmas before last; or, the Fruit of the Fragile Palm -- Prince Hassak's March -- The Battle of the Third Cousins -- The Banished King -- The Philopena2004-04-01
Rollo's MuseumAbbott, Jacob, 1803-1879en2008-05-20
Charley's Museum A Story for Young PeopleUnknownenNatural history -- Juvenile literature; Collectors and collecting -- Juvenile literature2007-12-05
Promenades of an ImpressionistHuneker, James, 1857-1921enPaul Cézanne -- Rops the etcher -- Monticelli -- Rodin -- Eugene Carrière -- Degas -- Botticelli -- Six Spaniards -- Chardin -- Black and white -- Impressionism -- A new study of Watteau -- Gauguin and Toulouse-Lautrec -- Literature and art -- Museum promenades.Art; Artists2004-08-26
Short Stories and Essays (from Literature and Life)Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920enWorries of a Winter Walk -- Summer Isles of Eden -- Wild Flowers of the Asphalt -- A Circus in the Suburbs -- A She Hamlet -- The Midnight Platoon -- The Beach at Rockaway -- Sawdust in the Arena -- At a Dime Museum -- American Literature in Exile -- The Horse Show -- The Problem of the Summer -- Aesthetic New York Fifty-odd Years Ago -- From New York into New England -- The Art of the Adsmith -- The Psychology of Plagiarism -- Puritanism in American Fiction -- The What and How in Art -- Politics in American Authors ­ Storage -- "Floating down the River on the O-hi-o".Fiction -- History and criticism; American fiction -- History and criticism; Criticism2004-10-22
Literature and Life (Complete)Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920enMan of Letters in Business -- Confessions of a Summer Colonist -- The Young Contributor -- Last Days in a Dutch Hotel -- Anomalies of the Short Story -- Spanish Prisoners of War -- American Literary Centers -- Standard Household Effect Co. -- Notes of a Vanished Summer -- Worries of a Winter Walk -- Summer Isles of Eden -- Wild Flowers of the Asphalt -- A Circus in the Suburbs -- A She Hamlet -- The Midnight Platoon -- The Beach at Rockaway -- Sawdust in the Arena -- At a Dime Museum -- American Literature in Exile -- The Horse Show -- The Problem of the Summer -- Aesthetic New York Fifty-odd Years Ago -- From New York into New England -- The Art of the Adsmith -- The Psychology of Plagiarism -- Puritanism in American Fiction -- The What and How in Art -- Politics in American Authors ­ Storage -- "Floating down the River on the O-hi-o".Literature -- Collections; Essays; Short stories2004-10-22
The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VI. (of X.)VariousenAbou Ben Butler, by Paul -- The Advertiser, by Field -- After the Funeral, by Bailey -- The Apostasy of William Dodge, by Waterloo -- The Ballad of Grizzly Gulch, by Irwin -- Banty Tim, by Hay -- The Bear Story, by Riley -- The Book-Canvasser, by Anonymous -- A Bully Boat and a Brag Captain, by Smith -- The Bumblebeaver, by Cox -- Casey at the Bat, by Thayer -- Chad's Story of the Goose, by Smith -- Colonel Carter's Story of the Postmaster, by Smith -- Comic Miseries, by Saxe -- The Coquette, by Saxe -- De Gradual Commence, by Amsbary -- Evening, by Holmes -- The Fairport Art Museum, by Thanet -- The Famous Mulligan Ball, by Stanton -- The Genial Idiot Discusses the Music Cure, by Bangs -- Grains of Truth, by Nye -- Her Valentine, by Hovey -- It Pays to be Happy, by Masson -- James and Reginald, by Field -- Jones, by Osbourne -- Latter-Day Warnings, by Holmes -- Lost Chords, by Field -- Love Sonnets of an Office Boy, by Kiser -- The Martyrdom of Mr. Stevens, by Quick -- The Merchant and the Book-Agent, by Anonymous -- The Modern Farmer, by Appleton -- The Mosquito, by Bryant -- Mr. Dooley on the Game of Football, by Dunne -- My First Cigar, by Burdette -- My Philosofy, by Riley -- The Octopussycat, by Cox -- The Old Settler, by Mott -- The Owl-Critic, by Fields -- The Paintermine, by Cox -- Shonny Schwartz, by Adams -- The Society Upon the Stanislaus, by Harte -- So Wags the World, by Warner -- A Spring Feeling, by Carman -- The Talking Horse, by McIntyre -- The Thompson Street Poker Club, by Carleton -- Thoughts fer the Discuraged Farmer, by Riley -- "Tiddle-iddle-iddle-iddle-bum! bum!", by Nesbit -- Unconscious Humor, by Wetherell -- Up and Down Old Brandywine, by Riley -- Verre Definite, by Amsbary -- Wasted Opportunities, by Greene -- The Weddin', by Hartswick -- The Welsh Rabbittern, by Cox -- When the Allegash Drive Goes Through, by Day -- The Wild Boarder, by Cox.Wilder, Marshall Pinckney, 1859-1915 [Editor]American wit and humor; American literature -- Humor2006-09-18




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