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The Story of a Reprint

Mindy Belloff of the Intima Press has a fascinating inside look at the creation of a Declaration of Independence reprint (this of Mary Katharine Goddard's 1777 version). I've seen a copy of Belloff's production, and it's quite lovel...
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