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Contents

Wimbledon wag
4
Tennis
Nobody is mad with nobody
8
United States (Social life and customs)
After blowup, the cleanup
14
Catholic Church (Argentina), Argentina (Politics and government)
Two revolutions
16
Liberty, France (History, February Revolution, 1848), United States (History, Revolution, 1775-1783)
Big birthday party for the U.N.
21
United Nations Conference on the Commemoration of the Tenth Anniversary of the Signing of the United Nations Charter, San Francisco, 1955
Svelte sphinx in Malibu sands
41
Carol OHMART
Lingering glory of the old Fourth
46
Fireworks, Fourth of July, United States (Social life and customs)
Serpent hunt in archives
55
Archives (Egypt), Snake charmers, Snakes
Portrait
58
Alexander Hamilton (American statesman.); 1757-1804, James Madison (American president.); 1751-1836, Elbridge Gerry (American vice-president.); 1744-1814, Luther Martin (American state official and lawyer.); 1744-1826, George Mason (American colonial leader.); 1725-1792, Gouverneur Morris (American statesman.); 1752-1816, Benjamin Franklin (American statesman and scientist); 1706-1790 (Statues, portraits, etc), William Paterson (senator, governor and Supreme Court justice.); 1745-1806, Roger Sherman (American colonial leader.); 1721-1793, James Wilson (American Supreme Court justice.); 1742-1798, John Adams (American president.); 1735-1826, John Jay (American diplomat and Supreme Court justice.); 1745-1829, Thomas Jefferson (American president.); 1743-1826, John Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1755-1835
Men who united the United States
58
United States Constitutional Convention (1787)

Atomic glow for U.N. show
29
Nuclear reactors
Gift from McCroskey
31
Virgil MCCROSKEY, Idaho (Parks and reserves)
Presiding officer of Federal convention
60
George Washington; 1732-1799 (Statues, portraits, etc)
Cash McCall
73

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