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A published black and white photograph of Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti. Two of his sculptures are visible to the left of the image. Morgan has annotated the picture in blue ink with Giacometti's last name in the upper right corner of the clipping.

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A black and white photograph of Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti. Two of his sculptures are visible to the left of the image. Morgan has annotated the clipping in blue ink with Giacometti's last name in the upper right corner.

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A published colour photograph of several men outside in the Kalahari desert. The men are dressed in loincloths and in various necklaces, leg bands, and bracelets. They are in a dance formation. The caption reads "Scene de danse magon, au Kalahari. (Cl. Balsan.)".

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A colour photograph of several men outside in the Kalahari desert. The men are dressed in loincloths and in various necklaces, leg bands, and bracelets. They are in a dance formation.

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A published black and white photograph of a man in a white jumper and trousers. His right foot is placed on a raised ledge and he is leaning forward, resting his elbow on his raised knee. He is looking away from the camera to the right and he is standing outside.

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A black and white photograph of a man in a white sweater and trousers. His right foot is resting on a raised ledge and he is leaning forward, resting his elbow on his raised knee. He is looking away from the camera to the right and he is standing outside.

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A published black and white photograph of Charlie Chaplin reading a newspaper while lying fully clothed in a full bathtub.

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A black and white photograph of Charlie Chaplin lying fully clothed in a full bathtub while reading a newspaper.

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A published black and white photograph of a detail from the south face of Visnu Temple. The detail depicts Visnu "lying on the World Serpent". The caption indicates that the piece is dated from c. 500 AD

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A black and white photograph of a detail from the south face of Visnu Temple. The detail depicts Visnu "lying on the World Serpent". The caption indicates that the piece is dated from c. 500 AD.

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A published black and white photograph of a man standing with his arms at his sides, pulled slightly back at the shoulders and elbows, and his chest pushed forward. He is facing to the left and looks away from the camera. He wears a sleeveless top, jeans, and socks. He is indoors.

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A black and white photograph of a man standing with his arms at his sides. He is facing to the left and looks away from the camera. He wears a sleeveless top and jeans. He is indoors.

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A published sepia photograph of two men manning the rigging of a sailing ship.

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A sepia photograph of two men manning the rigging of a sailing ship

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A published black and white photograph of a boy standing outside in front of a statue of David in a square in Florence. The boy is dressed in a jacket, shirt, and jeans, and he has a bag on his left shoulder. He looks away from the camera to the right and is not smiling.

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A black and white photograph of a boy standing in front of a statue of David in Florence. The boy is dressed in a jacket, shirt, and jeans, and has a bag on his left shoulder. He looks away from the camera to the right.

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Printed text from a story describing a haunted bath. Morgan has compiled three clippings. In the first two clippings, the protagonist Captain Smythe sees the water moving and sloshing in his bath and hears sounds of a "well soaped flannel", although he sees nothing else. Then, as indicated by three ellipses drawn in blue ink on the scrapbook page, Morgan jumps ahead in the story to the point where "something" fearsome begins to steal toward Smythe. At then end of the third clipping, Morgan has written a colon in blue ink, potentially indicating that he is finishing the story with a fourth clipping that he has found from another source (Item 163) and has pasted just below Captain Smythe's story.

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A short clipping of a story about a haunted bath. The segment describes water sloshing and bubbling, making sounds as if someone was raising and lowering themselves into it.

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A published black and white photograph of two men in a canoe, and another man swimming beside them. The man swimming faces away from the camera and is reaching toward the man in the bow of the canoe. The man in the bow of the canoe is smiling and reaching out as well. The scene is leisurely. Both men in the canoe are shirtless.

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A black and white photograph of two men in a canoe, and another swimming beside them. The man swimming faces away from the camera and is reaching toward the man in the bow of the canoe. The man in the bow of the canoe is reaching out as well. Both men in the canoe are shirtless.

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A published colour reproduction of a drawing of Confucius. The image depicts Confucius seated on a mat with his legs crossed. He has a beard and is dressed in a long, red and blue robe. His left hand is bent and raised at the elbow. Behind him, another man, who is wearing a white robe and does not have a beard, stands in the background.

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A colour reproduction of a drawing of Confucius seated on a mat with his legs crossed. He is dressed in a long red and blue robe. His left hand is bent and raised at the elbow. Behind him, another man is standing in the background wearing a white robe.

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A short write-up discussing Chinese postage stamps and the individuals who are depicted on them. Morgan has clipped two sections from the piece for his scrapbook, making this a compiled clipping. Four stamps are discussed and images of the stamps are included.

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A clipping discussing Chinese postage stamps (numbered 3 and 4) and the individuals who are depicted on them.

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An original black and white photograph of a young man who appears to be naked. He is seated with his legs extending to the right, although his torso is twisted so that his chest and shoulders face the camera. He is leaning forward on his hands, and his head leans toward the camera, but he is looking up and to the right with a serious expression. The hand, arm, and knees of another person to the right of the man are visible, but the clipping crops the rest of this person out from the image.

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A black and white photograph of a young man who appears to be naked. He is seated and his head is leaning toward the camera, although he is looking up and to the right. The hand, arm, and knees of another person to the right of the man are visible, although the clipping crops the rest of this person out from the image.

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A published colour photograph of several men outside in the Kalahari desert. The men are dressed in loincloths and in various necklaces, leg bands, and bracelets. They are in a dance formation. The caption reads "Scene de danse magon, au Kalahari. (Cl. Balsan.)".

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A caption reading "Scene de danse magon, au Kalahari. (Cl. Balsan.)"

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A short write-up discussing Chinese postage stamps and the individuals who are depicted on them. Morgan has clipped two sections from the piece for his scrapbook, making this a compiled clipping. Four stamps are discussed and images of the stamps are included.

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A clipping discussing Chinese postage stamps (numbered 1 and 2) and the individuals who are depicted on them.

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A published black and white, close-up photograph of a bat in midflight.

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A black and white photograph of a bat in midflight.

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A published colour photograph of a spiral shell.

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A colour photograph of a spiral shell.

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A text clipping discussing Longwood House. It states that the building has been repaired after damage caused by white ants to most of the woodwork. It is said that many objects that Napoleon used have been preserved at the House, including his bath with wooden sides. It is stated that "he used to dictate his memoirs from it [the bath]".

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A writeup discussing Longwood House. It states that the building has been repaired after damage caused by white ants (termites) to most of the woodwork. It is said that many objects that Napoleon used have been preserved at the House, including his bath with wooden sides. It is stated that "he used to dictate his memoirs from it [the bath]".

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An original black and white photograph of a young man with his hands lifted in front of him and tied with a cord around a post. He is not wearing a shirt and he is facing the pole (to the right of the photograph). He stares ahead and is not smiling. His core looks tensed. The clipping shows him from the waist up. The photo background is black.

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A photograph of a young man with his hands in front of him, tied with a cord around a post. He has no shirt on and he is facing to the right.

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Printed text from a story describing a haunted bath. Morgan has compiled three clippings. In the first two clippings, the protagonist Captain Smythe sees the water moving and sloshing in his bath and hears sounds of a "well soaped flannel", although he sees nothing else. Then, as indicated by three ellipses drawn in blue ink on the scrapbook page, Morgan jumps ahead in the story to the point where "something" fearsome begins to steal toward Smythe. At then end of the third clipping, Morgan has written a colon in blue ink, potentially indicating that he is finishing the story with a fourth clipping that he has found from another source (Item 163) and has pasted just below Captain Smythe's story.

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A second clipping from a story of a haunted bath. This one names the protagonist, Captain Smythe.

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A published black and white photograph of a detail from the south face of Visnu Temple. The detail depicts Visnu "lying on the World Serpent". The caption indicates that the piece is dated from c. 500 AD

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A caption reading "Plate 52 (detail from Plate 61). Ratha; projection on south face of Visnu Temple with recessed niche showing Visnu lying on the World Serpent 'Endless'. Deogarh, U.P. c. A.D. 500."

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Three Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark. The three stamps have been clipped together from one manila envelope.

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A Chinese postage stamp depicting Stalin and Mao in the Kremlin.

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A published black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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A black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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A short write-up discussing Chinese postage stamps and the individuals who are depicted on them. Morgan has clipped two sections from the piece for his scrapbook, making this a compiled clipping. Four stamps are discussed and images of the stamps are included.

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An image of a Chinese postage stamp. The stamp is described in the caption as being lake tinted and depicting "Li Shih-chen (A.D. 1518-1593). Medical doctor and pharmacologist. Author of Pen Tsao Kang Mu, listing 1,892 kinds of medicinal substances".

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A black and white photograph of a young man squatting down while he folds a large piece of material (possibly a sail or a tent).

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A black and white photograph of a young man squatting down while he folds a large piece of material -- possibly a sail or a tent.

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A short write-up discussing Chinese postage stamps and the individuals who are depicted on them. Morgan has clipped two sections from the piece for his scrapbook, making this a compiled clipping. Four stamps are discussed and images of the stamps are included.

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An image of a Chinese postage stamp. It is described in the caption as an indigo stamp depicting "Tsu Ch'ung-chih (A.D. 429-500). Mathematician. Computed 3.14159265 as the ratio of circumference of a circle to its diameter".

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A short write-up discussing Chinese postage stamps and the individuals who are depicted on them. Morgan has clipped two sections from the piece for his scrapbook, making this a compiled clipping. Four stamps are discussed and images of the stamps are included.

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An image of a Chinese postage stamp. The stamp is described in the caption as being black and depicting "Sun Yi-hsing (Chang Sui) (A.D. 683?-727). Astronomer. Computed 351.27 li as the sum of one degree of latitude."

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Two Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark from Peking. The stamps and post mark have been cut from the same manila envelope, the edges of which can be seen around the stamps.

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A black Chinese postage stamp. This stamp is an original of the stamp discussed in Element 167.

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A short write-up discussing Chinese postage stamps and the individuals who are depicted on them. Morgan has clipped two sections from the piece for his scrapbook, making this a compiled clipping. Four stamps are discussed and images of the stamps are included.

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An image of a Chinese postage stamp. It is described in the caption as a sepia stamp depicting "Chang Heng (A.D. 78-139). Astronomer. First made armillary sphere and seismograph."

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Three Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark from Peking. The stamps have been clipped from the same manila envelope.

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A green Chinese postage stamp commemorating 50 years of the Chinese Red Cross. The stamp is still attached to a piece of a brown manila envelope.

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Three Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark. The three stamps have been clipped together from one manila envelope.

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A Chinese postage stamp. The manila envelope that the stamp is affixed to is visible around it. This stamp is an original of the one depicted in Element 168.

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Two Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark from Peking. The stamps and post mark have been cut from the same manila envelope, the edges of which can be seen around the stamps.

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An indigo Chinese postage stamp. This stamp is the original of the stamp discussed in Element 166.

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Printed text from a story describing a haunted bath. Morgan has compiled three clippings. In the first two clippings, the protagonist Captain Smythe sees the water moving and sloshing in his bath and hears sounds of a "well soaped flannel", although he sees nothing else. Then, as indicated by three ellipses drawn in blue ink on the scrapbook page, Morgan jumps ahead in the story to the point where "something" fearsome begins to steal toward Smythe. At then end of the third clipping, Morgan has written a colon in blue ink, potentially indicating that he is finishing the story with a fourth clipping that he has found from another source (Item 163) and has pasted just below Captain Smythe's story.

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A third clipping from a story of a haunted bath. This one tells of "something", although it does not name what, coming toward the protagonist.

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A sixpence UK postage stamp and a stamped black ink post mark from Edinburgh. The stamp and postmark have been cut from the same brown envelope.

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A black stamped ink post mark from Edinburgh.

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Red postage stamp from China. The edge of the stamped black ink post mark is visible on the left side of the stamp. The stamp has been cut from a manila envelope that can be seen around the edges of the stamp.

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A red postage stamp from China. The edge of the stamped ink post mark is visible on the left side of the stamp. The stamp has been cut from a manila envelope that can be seen around the edges of the stamp.

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A published black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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A black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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A sixpence UK postage stamp and a stamped black ink post mark from Edinburgh. The stamp and postmark have been cut from the same brown envelope.

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A sixpence UK postage stamp. The stamp has been cut from a brown envelope that the stamp is still affixed to.

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A published black and white photograph taken from above of a crowd of people. In the foreground, a sign that reads "Baths" is prominent.

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A black and white photograph taken from above of a crowd of people underneath a sign that reads "Baths".

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An original black and white scenic shot of a body of water (likely a river) and its far shoreline, which includes two prominent buildings.

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A scenic shot of a body of water (likely a river) and its far shoreline, which includes two prominent buildings.

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A published black and white image that is difficult to make out. It is likely a clipped detail from a larger image.

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A black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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Blue postage stamp from Egypt. The stamp has been cut from a white envelope that is barely visible behind the stamp. The very edge of a stamped black ink post mark is visible in the lower left corner of the stamp.

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A blue postage stamp from Egypt. The stamp has been cut from a white envelop that is barely visible behind the stamp. The very edge of a stamped ink post mark is visible in the lower left corner of the stamp.

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An original black and white photograph of a ship in harbour taken from the dock. People are visible in front of the ship. The ship is white and has one stack visible in the photo.

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A blackand white photograph of a ship in harbour taken from the dock. People are visible in front of the ship. The ship is white and has one stack visible in the photograph.

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Three Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark from Peking. The stamps have been clipped from the same manila envelope.

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A black stamped ink postage mark from Peking.

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Printed line of text reading "Bulorns, Kenacks and Lizamoo", which seems to finish off the story told in Item 162

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A printed line of text reading "Bulorns, Kenacks and Lizamoo", which seems to be intended to finish off the story told in Item 162.

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A published black and white photograph of what appears to be the eye of a statue.

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A black and white photograph of the eye of a statue.

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A published black and white image that is difficult to make out. It is likely a clipped detail from a larger image.

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A black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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A block of printed text discussing Trautmann. He is said to have been relaxing in his bath when he recounted that the Queen said to him "Well done!", while the Duke of Edinburgh asked him "What is the matter with you?"

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A block of printed text discussing Trautmann. He is said to have been relaxing in his bath when he recounted that the Queen said to him "Well done!", while the Duke of Edinburgh asked him "What is the matter with you?".

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Two Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark from Peking. The stamps and post mark have been cut from the same manila envelope, the edges of which can be seen around the stamps.

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A black stamped ink postage mark from Peking.

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An original black and white photograph of a man in the shower. He is naked and has a tattoo on his bicep. He is looking down and his head is tilted toward the camera. His left arm is bent at the elbow and is held against his chest, while his right arm extends down. His right hand holds a bar of soap and is positioned in front of his groin.

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An original black and white photograph of a man in the shower. He is naked and has a tattoo on his bicep. He is looking down and his head is tilted toward the camera.

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Two printed lines of text reading "plumb bobs with sheaths, grains of paradise, gate frames for penstocks, oil foggers or even dehydrated kibble."

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Two printed lines of text reading "plumb bobs with sheaths, grains of paradise, gate frames for penstocks, oil foggers or even dehydrated kibble."

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Three Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark. The three stamps have been clipped together from one manila envelope.

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A stamped black ink postage mark from Peking.

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Three Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark from Peking. The stamps have been clipped from the same manila envelope.

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A red Chinese postage stamp depicting the Forbidden city. The stamp has been clipped from a manila envelope.

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Three Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark from Peking. The stamps have been clipped from the same manila envelope.

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An orange Chinese postage stamp depicting the Forbidden city. The stamp has been clipped from a manila envelope.

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Three Chinese postage stamps and a stamped black ink post mark. The three stamps have been clipped together from one manila envelope.

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A red Chinese postage stamp depicting the Forbidden City.

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A published black and white image that is hard to make out.

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A black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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This image is difficult to make out. It looks to be a clipping showing a detail from a larger photograph, and is slightly blurry.

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A black and white image that is difficult to make out. It looks to be a clipping showing a detail of a larger photograph, and is slightly blurry.

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A published black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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A black and white image that is difficult to make out.

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A blue ink drawing by Morgan of two arced shapes with three spirals contained under each arc. The drawing is on the scrapbook page.

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A blue ink drawing on the scrapbook page of two arced shapes with three spirals contained under each arc.

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A published black and white photograph of Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti. Two of his sculptures are visible to the left of the image. Morgan has annotated the picture in blue ink with Giacometti's last name in the upper right corner of the clipping.

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Morgan has annotated the clipping of Alberto Giacometti in blue ink with Giacometti's last name. The annotation runs up and down, rather than left to right, and starts in the upper right corner of the clipping.

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Morgan has stamped number "2424" in black ink on the scrapbook page.

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Stamped number "2424" in black ink.

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Morgan has stamped number "2423" in black ink on the scrapbook page.

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Stamped number "2423" in black ink.

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Four blue ink ellipses drawn by Morgan on the scrapbook page next to the second clipping in Item 162, Captain Smythe's haunted bath story.

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Three blue ink ellipses drawn by Morgan.

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Printed text from a story describing a haunted bath. Morgan has compiled three clippings. In the first two clippings, the protagonist Captain Smythe sees the water moving and sloshing in his bath and hears sounds of a "well soaped flannel", although he sees nothing else. Then, as indicated by three ellipses drawn in blue ink on the scrapbook page, Morgan jumps ahead in the story to the point where "something" fearsome begins to steal toward Smythe. At then end of the third clipping, Morgan has written a colon in blue ink, potentially indicating that he is finishing the story with a fourth clipping that he has found from another source (Item 163) and has pasted just below Captain Smythe's story.

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A blue ink colon drawn on Element 219 by Morgan.