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Rubrics and full-page miniature across two pages showing siege of a city and a king being hanged.

Miniature across two pages, showing worship at an altar.

Text with rubric, placemarkers and large red initial. Over two pages, a miniature of an angel killing people.

Text with placemarkers, rubrics, large red initial and border design. Miniature spread across two pages, including Moses and men pitching tents.

Text with rubrics and placemarkers. Miniature spread over two pages of a castle and angels killing people.

Text with large initial, rubric and placemarkers. Miniature across two pages shows Moses and sheep, and God speaking from the burning bush.

Text with rubric and placemarkers. Miniature over two pages of Moses and companions.

Text with rubrics and placemarkers. Miniature spread over two pages of a battle.

Text with rubric, placemarkers, and red, blue and green initial. Miniature spread over two pages showing a battle.

Miniature across two pages showing Moses breaking the tablets of the law; men worshiping the golden calf.

Anchor in a floral frame. (Braided lock of hair enclosed between two pages)

Two pages sent by Mrs. Sara T. Kinney from New Haven, after her trip in Holland, and to the Paris Exposition, 1900: Mrs. Kinney at Roman ruins, Trave, Germany; Base of Nat. Monument, Rudesheim, Rhine; A state regent caught napping, Nantucket; A woman of Marken Island, Holland, Aug 15, 1900; From a canal boat, Holland; Orwell cottage, summer home of Mrs. Kinney's friend, Scotch friend Agnes Smith, where Geo. McDonald visits.

Two pages sent by Mrs. Sara T. Kinney from New Haven, after her trip in Holland, and to the Paris Exposition, 1900: Canal, Leiden, Germany; Vineyards opposite Bingen on the Rhine; From Delft to Rotterdam; The wood at the Haag; Scheveningen, Holland.

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