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A large published photograph of the Mappie Mundi (or World Map) said to date from c.1290. Below the image is a brief writeup on the map, as well as two close-up images of the map's details. The map is credited to Richard of Haldingham and is described as being drawn on cowskin. The article describes some of the repairs and maintenence that have been done on the map under the supervison of the British Museum, paid for by the Royal Geographical Society. The map is compared to the Ebstorf map of c.1235, which the article says was once stored at Hanover but since WWII has gone missing.

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A large image of the Mappie Mundi (or World Map) said to date from c.1290. Sepia tones.

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An article describing a cave in New Zealand filled with glowworms. The article discusses the glowworms' life cycle and food, and includes four black and white photographs. On the largest image of the cave, Morgan has pasted in two additional clippings to create a collage. The first of these clippings is a black and white published photograph a statue's head and the second is a published photograph of a young man from the waist up. The article clipping is larger than the scrapbook page it is pasted onto, and so it has been folded over to fit the page. On the back of the fold, three other clippings have been glued to fill the space (a reproduced drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary, a published photograph of Richard Aldington, and a published photograph of the Temple of Neptune).

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Image of glowworm threads.

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An article describing a cave in New Zealand filled with glowworms. The article discusses the glowworms' life cycle and food, and includes four black and white photographs. On the largest image of the cave, Morgan has pasted in two additional clippings to create a collage. The first of these clippings is a black and white published photograph a statue's head and the second is a published photograph of a young man from the waist up. The article clipping is larger than the scrapbook page it is pasted onto, and so it has been folded over to fit the page. On the back of the fold, three other clippings have been glued to fill the space (a reproduced drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary, a published photograph of Richard Aldington, and a published photograph of the Temple of Neptune).

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An image of glowworm threads enlarged by globules of mucus and supporting a worm's chysalis.

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A published colour photograph of a painting by Michael Ayrton. An elderly woman dressed in a blue garment is seated. Behind her stands an adolescent who leans over her shoulder. At her feet kneels a naked youth. There are various tools lying on the ground in the foreground, and in the background a simple white structure can be seen. A strip of red cloth spirals through the whole scene.

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An image of Michael Ayrton's painting "The Grandsons".

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A large published photograph of the Mappie Mundi (or World Map) said to date from c.1290. Below the image is a brief writeup on the map, as well as two close-up images of the map's details. The map is credited to Richard of Haldingham and is described as being drawn on cowskin. The article describes some of the repairs and maintenence that have been done on the map under the supervison of the British Museum, paid for by the Royal Geographical Society. The map is compared to the Ebstorf map of c.1235, which the article says was once stored at Hanover but since WWII has gone missing.

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Body of the article describing the history of the Mappa Mundi.

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An article describing a cave in New Zealand filled with glowworms. The article discusses the glowworms' life cycle and food, and includes four black and white photographs. On the largest image of the cave, Morgan has pasted in two additional clippings to create a collage. The first of these clippings is a black and white published photograph a statue's head and the second is a published photograph of a young man from the waist up. The article clipping is larger than the scrapbook page it is pasted onto, and so it has been folded over to fit the page. On the back of the fold, three other clippings have been glued to fill the space (a reproduced drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary, a published photograph of Richard Aldington, and a published photograph of the Temple of Neptune).

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Article describing glowworms in a New Zealand cave.

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A black and white published photograph of the Temple of Neptune, as well as a caption describing the image. This item is pasted onto the back of an article on glowworms that has been folded to fit the page.

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A black and white photo of the Temple of Neptune.

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An article describing a cave in New Zealand filled with glowworms. The article discusses the glowworms' life cycle and food, and includes four black and white photographs. On the largest image of the cave, Morgan has pasted in two additional clippings to create a collage. The first of these clippings is a black and white published photograph a statue's head and the second is a published photograph of a young man from the waist up. The article clipping is larger than the scrapbook page it is pasted onto, and so it has been folded over to fit the page. On the back of the fold, three other clippings have been glued to fill the space (a reproduced drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary, a published photograph of Richard Aldington, and a published photograph of the Temple of Neptune).

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Black and white image of a limestone shaft in the glowworm cave in New Zealand.

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A large published photograph of the Mappie Mundi (or World Map) said to date from c.1290. Below the image is a brief writeup on the map, as well as two close-up images of the map's details. The map is credited to Richard of Haldingham and is described as being drawn on cowskin. The article describes some of the repairs and maintenence that have been done on the map under the supervison of the British Museum, paid for by the Royal Geographical Society. The map is compared to the Ebstorf map of c.1235, which the article says was once stored at Hanover but since WWII has gone missing.

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A zoomed-in image of the Mappa Mundi, focusing on the British Isles.

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An article describing a cave in New Zealand filled with glowworms. The article discusses the glowworms' life cycle and food, and includes four black and white photographs. On the largest image of the cave, Morgan has pasted in two additional clippings to create a collage. The first of these clippings is a black and white published photograph a statue's head and the second is a published photograph of a young man from the waist up. The article clipping is larger than the scrapbook page it is pasted onto, and so it has been folded over to fit the page. On the back of the fold, three other clippings have been glued to fill the space (a reproduced drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary, a published photograph of Richard Aldington, and a published photograph of the Temple of Neptune).

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Black and white image of two worms on a rock surface.

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A published black and white photograph of Marlon Brando. Morgan has cut the bottom of the image on a diagonal to cut off the letter N from the image's caption, leaving only "Brando" remaning.

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An image of Brandon Marlo showing him from the shoulders up. He is looking away from the camera and toward the right. Morgan has cut the bottom of the image on a diagonal to cut off the letter N from the image's caption, leaving only the word "Brando" remaining.

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A black and white published photograph of a drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary. The clipping includes her face and shoulders. She is wrapped in a shawl and has a veil covering her head. Behind her right shoulder, a child's face is visible and it seems as though another child was depicted behind her left shoulder, although the clipping cuts much of this second figure out. This clipping is pasted onto the back of an article on glowworms that has been folded to fit the page.

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A black and whilte drawn image of a woman. The clipping includes her face and shoulders. She is wrapped in a kind of shawl and has a veil on her head. Behind her right shoulder, a child's face is shown and it looks like another child behind her left shoulder has been cut off from this clipping.

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A black and white published photograph, showing a man from the chest up. He is wearing a shirt, tie, vest, and jacket. He is looking up and to the left. The clipping has been cut following the man's silhouette so that there is no background material. The clipping has been pasted into an image of a glowworm cave in New Zealand.

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Collage image. A black and white image of a man from the chest up. He is wearing a shirt, tie, vest, and jacket. He is not smiling and is looking up and to the left.

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A sepia-toned published photograph of several people sitting on the grass with their backs to the camera. In the background, hills or mountains are visible. In the upper left corner of the clipping, Morgan has written the number "1519", the scrapbook page number, in blue ink.

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Image of people sitting in the grass with a mountain range in the background. The clipping is irregular due to the bottom right corner being cut on a long diagonal. Sepia tones.

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A black and white published photograph of a sculpted head that appears to be from a statue. The clipping has been cut following the silhouette of the statue so no background material remains. The clipping has been pasted onto an image of a glowworm cave in New Zealand in collage style.

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Collage Image. A black and white image of a carved head.

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A black and white published photograph of a boy leaning forward while sitting in a chair. He is turned away from the camera and his facial features are not visible. His forward-leaning body lanugage communicates eagerness.

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A black and white published photograph a boy leaning forward while sitting in a chair. He is turned away from the camera and his facial features are not visible. His body lanugage seems to communicate eagerness.

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A large published photograph of the Mappie Mundi (or World Map) said to date from c.1290. Below the image is a brief writeup on the map, as well as two close-up images of the map's details. The map is credited to Richard of Haldingham and is described as being drawn on cowskin. The article describes some of the repairs and maintenence that have been done on the map under the supervison of the British Museum, paid for by the Royal Geographical Society. The map is compared to the Ebstorf map of c.1235, which the article says was once stored at Hanover but since WWII has gone missing.

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A zoomed-in image of the Mappa Mundi, focusing on the Island of Paradise.

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A large published photograph of the Mappie Mundi (or World Map) said to date from c.1290. Below the image is a brief writeup on the map, as well as two close-up images of the map's details. The map is credited to Richard of Haldingham and is described as being drawn on cowskin. The article describes some of the repairs and maintenence that have been done on the map under the supervison of the British Museum, paid for by the Royal Geographical Society. The map is compared to the Ebstorf map of c.1235, which the article says was once stored at Hanover but since WWII has gone missing.

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A caption written in capital letters under element 6 describing the three images that appear in the clipping.

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A brief article stating that "the most sought-after advertisement by connoissuers" is a notice placed in a Colombo dining room "after a typhoid scare". The notice stated: "All Vegetables in this establishment have been washed in water specially passed by the Manager".

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A printed paragraph describing an unintentional joke printed in a hotel dining room.

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A black and white published photograph of Richard Aldington published in a newspaper and including a caption naming Aldington. The bottom right corner of the clipping has been torn away (unclear if this tearing was intentional or not). This item is pasted onto the back of an article on glowworms that has been folded to fit the page.

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A black and white image of Richard Aldington from the shoulders up. He is smililng and looking away and to the right.

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A short article claiming that two boys were walking home in Chatsworth California when machine gun slugs began to fall all around them. They said they "heard no explosion and saw no plane". They picked up the slugs, however, and these were confirmed as being similar to those used in jet fighters. An investigation by the police, Air Force and Navy is said to have failed to uncover more details. The article trails off from these details with an "-etc.", and concludes with "O-oh, say, can you see? / By the dawn's early light!"

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A printed paragraph describing the expereince of two boys who say they witnessed machine gun slugs falling from the sky.

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A black and white published photograph of Marlene Dietrich. She is wearing a black hat, and she is looking upward at the viewer. Morgan has written the letters "M.D." in the upper left corner of the clipping.

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A black and white image of Marlene Dietrich. She is wearing a hat, and she is looking upward at the camera.

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A published colour illustration of two boxers squaring off. Five other men are depicted in the ring, and spectators are depicted in the background surrounding the ring.

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Hand-drawn illustration of two boxers squaring off, along with several other men in the ring and a crowd in the background.

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An article describing a cave in New Zealand filled with glowworms. The article discusses the glowworms' life cycle and food, and includes four black and white photographs. On the largest image of the cave, Morgan has pasted in two additional clippings to create a collage. The first of these clippings is a black and white published photograph a statue's head and the second is a published photograph of a young man from the waist up. The article clipping is larger than the scrapbook page it is pasted onto, and so it has been folded over to fit the page. On the back of the fold, three other clippings have been glued to fill the space (a reproduced drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary, a published photograph of Richard Aldington, and a published photograph of the Temple of Neptune).

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Caption for the globules of mucous glowworm image.

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A published colour photograph of the head of an American football player. He is wearing a yellow helmet, and portions of the helmets of two other players are visible in the image. In the background, although blurry, it is possible to make out a stadium crowd.

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A clipping of an American football player's head. The helmets of other players are in the foreground and a blurred audience is discernable in the background. The clipping has a triangular shape.

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An article describing a cave in New Zealand filled with glowworms. The article discusses the glowworms' life cycle and food, and includes four black and white photographs. On the largest image of the cave, Morgan has pasted in two additional clippings to create a collage. The first of these clippings is a black and white published photograph a statue's head and the second is a published photograph of a young man from the waist up. The article clipping is larger than the scrapbook page it is pasted onto, and so it has been folded over to fit the page. On the back of the fold, three other clippings have been glued to fill the space (a reproduced drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary, a published photograph of Richard Aldington, and a published photograph of the Temple of Neptune).

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Glowworm Threads caption.

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A short article from 1811 that reports on a boxing fight between Tom Cribb and Molineaux. Cribb was the winner, and the article explains that although gloves were used in practice, "all important contests were decided with bare fists". Cribb is said to be one of the first athletes to undergo styles of training that resemble training programs used by boxers contemporary to the article's readers.

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An 1811 article reporting on a boxing match between Tom Cribb and Molineaux.

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A published colour photograph of a painting by Michael Ayrton. An elderly woman dressed in a blue garment is seated. Behind her stands an adolescent who leans over her shoulder. At her feet kneels a naked youth. There are various tools lying on the ground in the foreground, and in the background a simple white structure can be seen. A strip of red cloth spirals through the whole scene.

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Caption and image permission printed below the image of The Grandsons.

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A black and white published photograph of the Temple of Neptune, as well as a caption describing the image. This item is pasted onto the back of an article on glowworms that has been folded to fit the page.

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Caption below the image of the Temple of Neptune.

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A black and white clipping that is hard to discern.

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A black and white image that is hard to discern.

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A pink ink drawing on the scrapbook page made by Morgan to fill space next to the "Brando" image.

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A pink ink drawing made by Morgan to fill space next to the "Brando" image.

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An article describing a cave in New Zealand filled with glowworms. The article discusses the glowworms' life cycle and food, and includes four black and white photographs. On the largest image of the cave, Morgan has pasted in two additional clippings to create a collage. The first of these clippings is a black and white published photograph a statue's head and the second is a published photograph of a young man from the waist up. The article clipping is larger than the scrapbook page it is pasted onto, and so it has been folded over to fit the page. On the back of the fold, three other clippings have been glued to fill the space (a reproduced drawing of a woman, possibly the Virgin Mary, a published photograph of Richard Aldington, and a published photograph of the Temple of Neptune).

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Caption below a photo of a limestone shaft in the glowworm cave in New Zealand.

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A published black and white photograph of Marlon Brando. Morgan has cut the bottom of the image on a diagonal to cut off the letter N from the image's caption, leaving only "Brando" remaning.

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The word BRANDO written in captial letters appears below the image.

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A black and white published photograph of Richard Aldington published in a newspaper and including a caption naming Aldington. The bottom right corner of the clipping has been torn away (unclear if this tearing was intentional or not). This item is pasted onto the back of an article on glowworms that has been folded to fit the page.

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A caption reading "Richard Aldington" below his photo.

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A text clipping of the words "Brandy Marlo"

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A clipping of the words "Brandy Marlo".

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Handwritten numerical "1520" indicating the page number. Written by Morgan in blue ink.

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Morgan has handwritten the number "1520" in blue ink.

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A short article claiming that two boys were walking home in Chatsworth California when machine gun slugs began to fall all around them. They said they "heard no explosion and saw no plane". They picked up the slugs, however, and these were confirmed as being similar to those used in jet fighters. An investigation by the police, Air Force and Navy is said to have failed to uncover more details. The article trails off from these details with an "-etc.", and concludes with "O-oh, say, can you see? / By the dawn's early light!"

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Morgan has written "FSM 34" in the upper lefthand corner of the clipping in a bright blue ink.

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A sepia-toned published photograph of several people sitting on the grass with their backs to the camera. In the background, hills or mountains are visible. In the upper left corner of the clipping, Morgan has written the number "1519", the scrapbook page number, in blue ink.

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Handwritten number "1519" written in blue ink by Morgan in the upper left corner of the clipping. The number indicates the page number.

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A short article claiming that two boys were walking home in Chatsworth California when machine gun slugs began to fall all around them. They said they "heard no explosion and saw no plane". They picked up the slugs, however, and these were confirmed as being similar to those used in jet fighters. An investigation by the police, Air Force and Navy is said to have failed to uncover more details. The article trails off from these details with an "-etc.", and concludes with "O-oh, say, can you see? / By the dawn's early light!"

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Morgan has written the year "1951" in the bottom right corner of the clipping. The ink is a deeper blue than the other annotation on this clipping, possibly indicating that it was written in at a different time that the other annotation.

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A black and white published photograph of Marlene Dietrich. She is wearing a black hat, and she is looking upward at the viewer. Morgan has written the letters "M.D." in the upper left corner of the clipping.

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Morgan has written the initials "M.D." in the upper left corner of an image of Marlene Dietrich.