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John Absolon Day & Son

In the North Transept

September 1, 1851

John Absolon Day & Son

Godfrey of Bouillon, (East Nave)

September 1, 1851

African, Congo, present-day Democratic Republic of Congo

Nkisi Nkondi (Nail figure)

c. 1880-1920

African, Kuba culture, present-day Democratic Republic of the Congo


c. 1900-1910

African, present-day Nigeria unknown Liberian


c. 1920s

African, Yoruba culture, present-day Nigeria

Ibeji (Twin figure)

20th century

S. V. Albee

Looking down Liberty Avenue, from 27th street; most of the fighting was done here on Saturday night



(Flood: Interior of Horne's Department Store on Opening Day,April 1, after 1936 Flood)



(Portrait: Billy Sunday with His Family)



(Founder's Day: President William Howard Taft in Billboard for Founder's Day)



(Carnegie Institute: View from Institute, on Forbes Avenue, Billy Sunday Tabernacle)

no earlier than 1906

Ei Arakawa Henning Bohl

4 Soccer Balls (the day when soccer became money)

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