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Family Resemblances, Part 2 — Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis

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Fifty-two discoveries from the BiblioPhilly project, No. 26/52A guest post by University of Pennsylvania Manuscripts Cataloging Librarian, Amey Hutchins Carta executoria, Philadelphia, Free Library of Philadelphia, Lewis E 241, fols. 1v–2r (large illuminated initial D, coat of arms; facing text page) As Richard L. Kagan explains in Lawsuits and Litigants in Castile,1 minors (under…

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