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@France4Hillary tweets an image of a political cartoon. In the cartoon is Pepe the Frog next to two alligators. One is labeled "Anti-Semitism" and the other "White Nationalism." The wording across the top of the cartoon says: "Another swamp in need…
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A Facebook post by Rebecca Hart with a picture of a Pepe the Frog Meme. Pepe has a sad and miserable expression on his face and is wearing trendy looking clothes (a sweater, scarf, and boots) and is crouched down, about to stick a fork in an outlet.…
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A picture of Pepe the frog with a glass of champagne. Above the picture is text that says: "When the customer says 'I won't be coming back here again' expecting you to burst into tears but really you're like.."
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Local students draw pictures and write poems to donate to the war and peace center on the campus of Utah State University
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An advertisement published in The New York Times (1968) promoting the The Center for the Study of the Causes of War and the Conditions for Peace.
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Image taken from page 12 of The Poetical Works of the late Mrs. Mary Robinson, including many pieces never before published. [Edited by her daughter Miss M. E. Robinson.]
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Title page and dedication page of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft (Boston, 1792); Dedication page is handwritten: "Presented to the Library of Congress by a great admirer of this earliest work for woman's right to…
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Image of Mary Wollstonecraft, half-length portrait, facing left
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Image of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy taken from page 212 of "Pride and Prejudice"
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Image of Jane Austen taken from page 10 of "The Novels of Jane Austen. (Winchester edition.)"
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Image of William Godwin taken from page 191 of "Literary Landmarks of London ... Eighth edition, revised and enlarged, etc"
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Image of Hannah More taken from page 341 of "Literary Landmarks of London ... Eighth edition, revised and enlarged, etc" by Laurence Hutton
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On page 32 of Richard Turner's book "A View of the Earth," Turner describes curious observations made in his work on Geography.
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On Page 55 of Richard Turner's "A View of the Heavens," Turner describes how to use a telescope in a window shutter to project an image of the sun onto the wall. He mentions that he has used this method to view eclipses of the sun.
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This is an apparent advertisement for a model globe, present in Richard Turner's book "A View of the Earth," published in 1765.

Richard Turner, insert between 22 and 23, as found in Turner's A View of the Heavens, (USU SCA).
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This is the dedication page of Richard Turner's book "A View of the Earth," in which he describes how geography is now something every good citizen should know.

Richard Turner, A View of the Earth, dedication page, as found in Turner's A View of…
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On the fourth page of Richard Turner's 1765 book "Plain Trigonometry," Turner concludes his basics of working with triangles. Here he explains what we call today the rule of similar triangles.
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In the third page of Richard Turner's 1765 book "Plain Trigonometry," he expands on his review of the basic rules of triangles, which are still applicable and taught today. Here he defines right and oblique triangles.
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In this, the second page of Richard Turner's 1765 book "Plain Trigonometry," he continues to review the basic rules of working with triangles, which are still applicable and taught today. On this page, he defines a right angle and shows how to find…
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In this, the first content page of Richard Turner's 1765 book "Plain Trigonometry," he begins to review the basic rules of working with triangles, which are still applicable and taught today.
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In this example problem in Richard Turner's book "Plain Trigonometry," Turner determines the distance of the moon from the earth.

Richard Turner, Plain Trigonometry, 30, as found in Turner's A View of the Heavens, (USU SCA).
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In this example problem in Richard Turner's book "Plain Trigonometry," on page 16, Turner shows how the reader can use his methods of solving triangles to determine the height of a tower without walking all the way to its base.
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In this example problem in Richard Turner's book "Plain Trigonometry," on page 37, Turner walks the reader through using his methods of trigonometry to determine the distance to an object without having to walk to the object or measure any angles.
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In the final example problem of Richard Turner's book "Plain Trigonometry," on page 38, Turner describes how to determine the location of a beehive by catching and releasing bees.
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On page 21, the seventh example problem of Richard Turner's book "Plain Trigonometry," Turner uses his methods of trigonometry to find how far out to sea a ship is by use of a tower in the harbor.
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On page 10 of Richard Turner's book "Plain Trigonometry," bound together with his works on Astronomy and Geography, Turner explains how his four axioms of solving right triangles can also be used to solve oblique triangles by breaking down the…
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On page 13, this is the third example case dealing with oblique triangles that Richard Turner examines in his 1765 book, "Plain Trigonometry." Turner solves oblique triangles by breaking them down into right triangles.
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Photo of an Astronomical Clock in Old Town, Prague
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Describes Religious Melancholy
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Zoomed, still image of the word "noxious" from the Anatomy of Melancholy.
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Close up of the word "zeale" in the context of the Anatomy of Melancholy.
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This is the section heading and front page of the love melancholy chapters in Robert Burtons Anatomy of Melancholy.
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This is page 6, the first page of several in Richard Turner's book "Plain Trigonometry," in which Turner walks the reader through the use of his axioms to solve right triangles.
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In this, page 5 of Richard Turner's 1765 book "Plain Trigonometry," Turner describes his four axioms or rules that can be used to solve right triangles.
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The dedication page of Richard Turner's 1765 book "Plain Trigonometry," bound together with his works on Astronomy and Geography. The page is addressed to the gentlemen who have an interest in trigonometry or have a use of it in their careers. …
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The title page for Richard Turner's 1765 book "Plain Trigonometry," bound together with his works on Astronomy and Geography.
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A design of jeweled initial letters created by Hans Holbein the Younger.
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The word "Melancholy" from "The Anatomy of Melancholy" title page, 1628 edition.
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picture of a Vietnam war protest
1950s Civil Preparedness film to educate children.
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picture from a civil defense handbook of fallout spread across the USA
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civil defense booklet, this picture is of shelter supplies for sell by the government
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top secret 1962 document, this page outlined Russian missile ranges from bases in cuba
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picture of a Vietnam war protest in the late 1960s
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cover ofthe Dec 1968 time magazine, shows a foot race to the moon