- Country of Origin: Egypt
- Date: 1100-950 B.C.E.
- Material: papyrus
- Provenance: Samuel H. McVitty
- Text for Item no. 7 from from Dawson's Catalog 114 (Nov. 1926): "The Book of the Dead. Papyrus Leaf, measuring 8 3/8 inches wide and 7 3/4 inches tall, from a Hieratic Copy of the Book of the Dead, made for a nobleman, Pen-Amen-Apt. Dating about XXI Dynasty (1100-950 B. C.). Characters in red and black. Mounted on blue cardboard, protected by cellophane."
To Them That Star Stood for One Hundred Per Cent American Soldier. The Best Soldiers Make the Best Citizens.
Broadside "Service Series No. 40."
Dimensions: 11 x 35.5 cm.
Note: Color broadside depicts a man and woman standing, with backs to the viewer, looking at a Blue Star Service Banner. The banner signified a child in active military service.
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