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  1. From the Physiognotrace to the Kinematoscope: Visual Technology and the Preservation of the Peale Family
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  1. Connecting Links: The Anti-Progressivism of Sui Sin Far
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  1. On Posterity
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  1. The Structure of Sentimental Experience
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  1. When the Personal Doesn't Become the Political
  2. Michelle A. Masse
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  1. Response to the Responses
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