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Library of Congress
- General index of the Library of Congress
Ellen Eliza Fitz exhibit
- Exhibit on the early history of globe manufacturing in America. Ellen Eliza Fitz obtained a patent in 1875 on a method to mount globes that would show the position of the sun, the length of days, nights, and twilight for the entire year.
James Wilson exhibit
- Library of Congress exhibit on the early history of globe manufacturing in America. The first commercial globe manufacturer in America, James Wilson, circa 1810.
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