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Antique map collection increases

12:26 PM, Jul. 25, 2013  |  Comments
Stephen and Nancy Shields, left, stand near the antique map they donated to the T.B. Scott Free Library's collection in memory of their granddaughter, Maggie Nickel, in honor of her 10th birthday. The hand-colored woodcut map is more than 430 years old and is one of the earliest world maps to show the Americas. In the photo are Maggie's parents, Ted and Kim Nickel, and sister Anie. Jack, Maggie's brother, is not pictured.
Stephen and Nancy Shields, left, stand near the antique map they donated to the T.B. Scott Free Library's collection in memory of their granddaughter, Maggie Nickel, in honor of her 10th birthday. The hand-colored woodcut map is more than 430 years old and is one of the earliest world maps to show the Americas. In the photo are Maggie's parents, Ted and Kim Nickel, and sister Anie. Jack, Maggie's brother, is not pictured.
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