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Flashback Friday: Stick ’em Up!

Each week we scour the web for interesting and historic documents that catch our eye. This week’s image surfaced while we were doing a little background searching for our Grant of the Week on the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.

A Glimpse into the AHA’s Past

What surprises are hidden inside the American Historical Association building? While working on my master’s degree, from George Mason University, I digitized old documents and pictures that are housed at the AHA headquarters office and at the Library of Congress. The photographs offer a visual history of the AHA, and the National History Center. A sampling of these pictures can be found in the following gallery, which will be updated regularly.

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