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The knives in the case

Hayden, Herbert H. (Herbert Hiram), b. 1850. Rev. Herbert H. Hayden; an autobiography - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010.

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The image is of an engraving of two folding pocket knives, very similar in shape and design, the smaller one on top and the larger one on the bottom. Each knife has two fully extended blades: the larger blade straight from the handle and the smaller one at the right angle. The caption reads: "The knives in the case" and explains that the small knife is Mr. Hayden's, while the other one was found near the scene of the tragedy and the owner has never been discovered.

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<p>The image is of an engraving of two folding pocket knives, very similar in shape and design, the smaller one on top and the larger one on the bottom. Each knife has two fully extended blades: the larger blade straight from the handle and the smaller one at the right angle. The caption reads: "The knives in the case" and explains that the small knife is Mr. Hayden's, while the other one was found near the scene of the tragedy and the owner has never been discovered.</p>
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The knives in the case

Hayden, Herbert H. (Herbert Hiram), b. 1850. Rev. Herbert H. Hayden; an autobiography - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010.

<p>The image is of an engraving of two folding pocket knives, very similar in shape and design, the smaller one on top and the larger one on the bottom. Each knife has two fully extended blades: the larger blade straight from the handle and the smaller one at the right angle. The caption reads: "The knives in the case" and explains that the small knife is Mr. Hayden's, while the other one was found near the scene of the tragedy and the owner has never been discovered.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 online resource (1 image)

ABSTRACT

The image is of an engraving of two folding pocket knives, very similar in shape and design, the smaller one on top and the larger one on the bottom. Each knife has two fully extended blades: the larger blade straight from the handle and the smaller one at the right angle. The caption reads: "The knives in the case" and explains that the small knife is Mr. Hayden's, while the other one was found near the scene of the tragedy and the owner has never been discovered.

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