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'The BURGHARDT/BURGET Family In America'
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Invitation to Join the Loomis Mailing List
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[NYCOLUMB-L] John Van Valkenburg[h] & Melinda Metcalf c. 1800 NY or MA
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Burget and Camwell.
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Unidentified subject!
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[NYCOLUMB-L] World War II pictures
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BOGERT and BURGAART
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Thank You
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Bunt/Burke/Wyckoff/Hannon/Robbins/Hollenbeck
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