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Burlock & Co. (Philadelphia): Presbyterian works 76. Andrew J. Graham (New York): phonographic (stenography) works 77. Allen E. Knapp: ‘‘Continuous Genealogical Family Record’’ 78. Clark & Maynard (New York): educational, juvenile, and Masonic books 79. Cowperthwait & Co. (Philadelphia): educational publications 80. J. B. Lippincott & Co. (Philadelphia): Bibles, standard works in all ﬁelds 81. Lee & Shepard (Boston): Works of Charles Sumner, juvenile and miscellaneous publications 82. W. W. Harding (Philadelphia): self-manufactured albums 83.
At the Centennial, the sole educational exhibit from Virginia came from Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, the American Missionary Association’s school for African Americans and a few Native Americans. In addition to its catalogs and photographs, Hampton Institute sent samples of its students’ academic work and handicrafts—including the union of the two in the school’s ‘‘monthly illustrated paper,’’ the SouthernWorkman, produced in a ‘‘well-equipped printing oﬃce of the Institute’’ in which three male students completed their work requirement.
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