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Skokie's Dr. Louise Klehm Archive

   
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  1. AMA Pin
    AMA (American Medical Association) Pin belonging to Dr. A. Louise Klehm. Small pin with gold edging and red center has the text,"AMA" on the edging and the Medical Symbol in gold at its center. The image is of the Staff of Asclepius, a snake intertwined with a wooden rod.

  2. AMA Pin, Chicago, 1918
    AMA (American Medical Association) pin worn by Dr. A. Louise Klehm. The round copper pin has the text,"AMA, Chicago, 1918" around its edging. The images on the pin include: an eagle; 2 shields, one with stars and stripes, the other with a "Y"-shape in the center; and the Medical Symbol, the caduceus, two snakes entwined on a winged staff. The text on the back is ""The Greenduck Co., Chicago"".

  3. AMA Pin, Chicago, 1924
    AMA ( American Medical Association) Pin which belonged to Dr. A. Louise Klehm. The gold pin has the following text, "American Medical Assn., Chicago, 1924." The image on the pin is a skyline of buildings with a lake in the foreground. The image is framed by a column on the left and on the right, a female figure holding in one hand the Staff of Asclepius, a snake intertwined with a wooden rod which has a wing at the top, and in the other hand, a shield with a "Y"-shape at its center." Beneath the "Chicago, 1924" text is the image of a large square building.

  4. AMA Pin, Saratoga Springs, 1902
    AMA (American Medical Association) stick pin which belonged to Dr. A. Louise Klehm. The round, gold pin has the following text, " A.M.A Saratoga Springs, 1902".The image and shape of the pin are similar to a coin design. The image on the pin is of two Native Americans, one a woman, the other, a young boy, in an open field hiding behind a large tree stump. The middle of the stick has a spiral design.

  5. Amelia Louise Klehm Studio Portrait
    Amelia Louise Klehm Studio Portrait. Photograph is of A. Louise Klehm as a young girl, and was probably taken when she was about 10 or 12 years old. Photographer was Rodhe & Schutz, 90 Ohio Street, Cor. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago.

  6. Bachelor Maidens Group Photograph
    Bachelor Maidens Group Photograph. Photograph of Niles Center's First Women's Club called the Bachelor Maidens. Top, Left To Right: Elizabeth Stielow, Emma Kruse, Alma Klehm, Anne Schmidt, and Elsie Stielow; Bottom, Left To Right: Louise Harrer, A. Louise Klehm, Louise Stielow, Florence Klehm and Mae Stielow. The Bachelor Maidens arranged socials and annual dances. Several members of the Bachelor Maidens were instrumental in developing the Niles Center Women's Club in the 1920s including Dr. Klehm.

  7. Bills of Service from Dr. A. Louise Klehm for various patients
    Five Bills of Service from Dr. A. Louise Klehm to Township of Niles for various patients for visits and medicine. Patients include: Mrs. M. Abel, Margaret Hoth, Mr. John Hacker, and unknown woman found on steps of home of Leo Bree in Tessville. The unknown woman was taken to the County Hospital. The service dates on the bills were from 1914-06 to 1915-03 and they totaled $18.00.

  8. Business Label
    Transparent Plastic label with the following text, " Dr. Louise Klehm, M. D. Registry No. 3055 Office Hours: 8 to 10 A. M., 12 to 1 P.M. and 6-7 P.M. Daily Except Sundays".

  9. Certificate of Confirmation for Amelia Louise Klehm
    Certificate of Confirmation for "Emilie Louise Antonie (Johanna) Klehm". Information on certificate includes: born on 1870-11-23; confirmed on 1885-03-29; and confirmed at St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, whose pastor was Heinr. Wolf. The text is in German. The certificate has a decorative lithograph border of the life of Jesus.

  10. Certificate of Death - Physician's Form: Undertaker's Certificate and Record of Death of Anna Sarire Weber
    Death Record for Anna Sarire Weber completed by Dr. A. Louise Klehm. Information on the certificate includes: date of birth: 1912-01-31; date of death: 1914-01-12; place of death: Tessville; place of burial: St. Peter's; undertaker: N. P. Weimeschkirch, 7066 N. Clark St.; father: Michael Weber, born in Chicago; mother: Carrie Becker, born in Chicago; and cause of death: "Burned by falling in hot ashes (lower half of body and left arm)" and contributory (secondary): "Shock - Inhalation of hot gas fumes". The backside of the certificate gives instructions and suggested causes of death.

  11. Chas. Pfizer & Co. Medicine Bottle
    Medicine Bottle which may have belonged to Dr. A. Louise Klehm. The partial label on the large brown glass bottle has the following legible text, " Powdered U.S.P. One Quarter Pound. Guaranteed by Chas. Pfizer & Co. under the Food and Drugs Act. June 30th 1906 No. 1919. Chas. Pfizer & Co. Manufacturing Chemists 81 Maiden Lane New York".

  12. Class History, '96, and Tales from the Alumnae
    Class History for 1896 graduates of the Chicago Baptist Hospital Nurses Training School. The booklet was read at a reception given by Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Gilbert Davis for the graduates and faculty. It was written by two members of the graduating class, Gertrude E. Greenwood, a friend of Dr. A. Louise Klehm, who is picture in a photograph with her, and Jessie D. Stewart. Included in the booklet are stories of the nurses experiences while in school and suggested future plans for all the nurses.

  13. Container with Dr. Klehm Label
    Container for holding medicine with Dr. A. Louise Klehm Label. Black tube opens in middle, revealing cotton inside the container. Text on label is " Dr. A. Louise Klehm Niles Center, Ill. Tel. Morton Grove 323". There is a note with prescription instructions written by Dr. Klehm, which reads, "Use spray 3 or 4 times a day -".

  14. Dr. A. Louise Klehm and Fellow Female Medical School Students
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm and Fellow Female Medical School Students, wearing Greco-Roman Dress. Dr. A. Louise Klehm is in top row, far left. Taken while attending University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School, from which she graduated in 1902. Dr. Klehm was only 1 of 15 women to graduate from University of Illinois, Chicago, Medical School in 1902. Photograph may be of members of the Nu Sigma Phi Fraternity, of which Dr. Klehm belonged.

  15. Dr. A. Louise Klehm and Klehm Children Portrait
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm and Klehm Children Photograph. Children of A. Louise Klehm's Brother, Edwin T. Klehm and her father, George C. and second wife Eliza Ruesch Klehm. Left To Right: Ruby Klehm, Irene Klehm, Grace Klehm, Pearl Klehm, Dr. A. Louise Klehm, and Harold Klehm, seated on floor Medium is a tintype. Ruby and Pearl are twins. They are the twins mentioned in the extortion letter to Dr. A. Louise Klehm; they are the twins that the Black Hand Gang threatens to kidnap.

  16. Dr. A. Louise Klehm Graduation Portrait
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm Graduation Portrait. Graduation photograph for University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School, from which she graduated in 1902. Dr. Klehm was in only the second class at University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School to allow women into the class. The dean of the School, William Edward Quine, M. D., was influential in accepting women into the Medical School Program. Dr. Klehm was nearly 32 years old when she graduated. After graduation, Dr. Klehm did a three month internship at Hull House in Chicago under the direction of Dr. Rachelle Yarros, a significant figure in gynecological practices and advocate of birth control.

  17. Dr. A. Louise Klehm High School Portrait
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm High School Portrait. Photograph was taken when Dr. Klehm was a teenager, possible during High School; She attended Illinois Common School in Niles Center. Dr. Klehm graduated in 1886, upon completing her studies in Orthography, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geography and United States History. Photographer was Anton Rohde, Rohde & Schurz, 90 W. Ohio Street, Cor. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago.

  18. Dr. A. Louise Klehm Mourning Card
    Mourning Card for Dr. A. Louise Klehm has the following text, "In Remembrance. Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will fear no evil: for Thou art with me, Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me. Psalm 23:4. Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning of the bar, When I put out to sea, But such a tide as moving seems asleep, Too full for sound and foam, When that which drew from out the boundless deep Turns again home. Tennyson. In Memory of Dr. A. Louise Klehm. Born November 23, 1870. Date of Death February 22, 1941. Services from Haben Funeral Home. Final Resting Place St. Peter's Evang. Cemetery".

  19. Dr. A. Louise Klehm Portrait
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm Portrait. Taken during Medical School at University of Illinois, Chicago, from which she graduated in 1902. The photograph was most likely taken around 1900, when Dr. Klehm was 30 years old. Photographer was Waterman, 5413 Jackson Ave., Chicago.

  20. Dr. A. Louise Klehm Studio Portrait
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm Studio Portrait. Photograph is of A. Louise Klehm as a young woman. The photograph was probably taken at the end of High School or after graduation, but before entering Nursing School. Photographer was Brands Studios or Brund, 210 & 212 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. Established 1858.

  21. Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Car Photograph
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Car Photograph. The car, which was bought in 1912, was a Model T Ford Automobile, and is in the driveway in front of the Klehm Family Home, which was located at 8212 Lincoln Ave., near the north end of Floral Ave. The car replaced Dr. Klehm's horse-drawn carriage,in which she was often remembered riding. Dr. Klehm broke her arm attempting to crank the Model T Ford, and afterward had to delivery a baby one handed, while her other arm was in a sling.

  22. Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Commencement Invitation From Nursing School
    Commencement Invitation for A. Louise Klehm's graduation from Chicago Baptist Hospital Nursing School in 1896. The invitation text is as follows, "The Officers and Faculty of the Chicago Baptist Training School for Nurses cordially invite yourself and friends to the Third Annual Commencement Exercises of the School on Friday Evening, March 27th at 8 o'clock, in the Auditorium of the Y.M.C.A. Building". The graduates included: Alice M. Beecher, S. Elizabeth Chapline, Carrie D. Black, Jessie Grace Deyoe, Carrie Isherwood, Amelia L. Klehm, Grace B. Line, Katharine Manning, Loula F. McKenney, Christine Scully, Jessie D. Stewart, and Ella E. Younker. The interior text is as follows, "Programme Music, Invocation, Rev. Mr. Austin, Music, Class Address, L. A. Crandall, D. D., Music, Short Address, Rev. Mr. Grennell, Music, "The Training School", President E. E. Vaughan, The Yearly Report, Supt. L. M. Ousley, Music, Presentation of Diplomas, Dr. Chas. Gilbert Davis, Benediction, H. A. Delano,

  23. Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Day Book and Ledger
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm's bookkeeping ledger, "The Physician's Combined Day Book and Ledger: A Complete and Concise Method of Tabular Book-keeping for all the Accounts for Physicians and Surgeons: Fourth Improved Edition," printed by Joel A. Minor. "Dr. A. Louise Klehm" is embossed in gold on the green cover. Dr. Klehm recorded her patient visits and accounts in this ledger from 1905-1915.

  24. Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Medical School Commencement Program
    Class of 1902 College of Physicians and Surgeons Chicago Medical Department University of Illinois Commencement Program. The cover text of the program is "The Faculty and Class of 1902 College of Physicians & Surgeons, University of Illinois. Annual Commencement Tuesday May 20th 1902 Chicago. at 2 p.m. Studebaker Hall". The interior of the program includes a list of faculty, the class motto, a list of the class officers, a list of the Executive Committee members, and the senior class list, in which Dr. A. Louise Klehm can be found.

  25. Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Nursing School Graduation Photograph
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Nursing School Graduation Photograph. A. Louise Klehm is in top row, far right. She graduated from Chicago Baptist Hospital Training School for Nurses in 1896, following a three year program.

  26. Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Surgical Kit
    Surgical Kit with medical instruments used by Dr. A. Louise Klehm. Small brown leather surgical case snaps closed and folds open to reveal metal medical instruments and two pockets. The front is monogrammed in gold with A. Louise Klehm, M.D. Instruments include: 5 blades (scalpels) of varying size and shape, 1 surgical hook, 2 probes (picks) of varying shape and size, 1 with a scoop on one end, 1 hemostat (surgical clamp), and 2 curved urethral sounds with attaching screw-on handle. One scalpel is labeled Betz Company.

  27. Dr. Klehm's Nursing School Class Photograph
    Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Nursing School Class Photograph. A. Louise Klehm is on left side, just below man. The photograph was taken on July 21, 1896; the year Dr. Klehm graduated from Chicago Baptist Hospital Nursing School. The nurses' training program was three years long, and the student nurses were taught by Dr. Chas. Gilbert Davis and others.

  28. Dr. Louise Klehm dies at age of 70: On St. Francis Staff Since Founding, The News [obituary]
    Obituary for Dr. A. Louise Klehm. She attended Chicago Baptist Hospital Nursing School and served as a nurse during the Spanish-American War at Fort Sheridan and in Florida. Then, Dr. Klehm attended the University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School, and interned with Dr. Rachelle Yarros at Hull House in Chicago. She also studied in Berlin and Vienna. Known as a diagnostician and obstetrician, Dr. Klehm delivered thousands of babies. Her first office was in the Klehm Bros. General Store. She rode a horse-drawn carriage, until she bought a Model T Ford in 1912. Even though she broke her arm cranking the car, Dr. Klehm still managed to deliver a baby three weeks later. She had several horses over the years including: Billy, Dan and Colonel. Dr. Klehm also received threatening letters from the Black Hand Gang. She was a founding Staff Member of St. Francis Hospital in Evanston and a founding member of the Niles Center Women's Club. Her parents were George C. Klehm and Eliza Harms Klehm, and her siblings were Mrs. Emma Harrer, Mrs. Lydia Harms, Alma E. Klehm, Mrs. Florence K. Freund, Herbert I. Klehm, Harold W. Klehm, Raymond C. Klehm, Edwin T. Klehm, George H. Klehm, Grace Klehm and Herman Klehm. After retirement, she lived at 4724 N. Sacramento Ave. in Chicago with Miss Cora K. Schultz. Dr. Klehm's funeral services were held at Haben Funeral Home by Rev. H. W. Dinkmeyer, she was buried at St. Peter's Evangelical Cemetery.

  29. Dr. Louise Klehm, Veteran Physican, Dies in 70th Year: Countryside Doctor Gave Lifetime Service To Her Community [obituary]
    Obituary and Funeral Notice for Dr. A. Louise Klehm summarizes her life and gives information regarding her funeral. Dr. A. Louise Klehm attended Chicago Baptist Hospital Nursing School, and then the University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School. She had an internship with Dr. Rachelle Yarros at Hull House and studied in Europe. Her medical practice served Niles Center, Morton Grove and Edgebrook, and she was known for riding a horse-drawn carriage to visit her patients, until buying a Model T Ford automobile in 1912. She broke her arm cranking the car, yet still delivered a baby with her arm in a splint. It was believed that she delivered as many as 3000 babies. She was also able to thwart Black Hand Gang threats. Dr. A. Louise Klehm was also a founding staff member of St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, founder of the Niles Center Women's Club, and served as a nurse during the Spanish-American War at Fort Sheridan and in Florida. After Retirement, Dr. Klehm lived at 4724 N. Sacramento Blvd. with Miss Cora K. Schultz. Her parents were George C. Klehm and Eliza Harms Klehm. Her surviving siblings at the time of her death were Mrs. Lydia Harms, Mrs. Emma Harrer, Miss Alma Klehm, Mrs. Florence Freund, Herbert Klehm, Harold W. Klehm, and Raymond Klehm. Her funeral services were held at the chapel at 8057 Niles Center Rd., and she was buried at St. Peter's Evangelical Cemetery.

  30. Dr. Miles Anti-pain pills
    Small metal tin containing medicine, which belonged to Dr. A. Louise Klehm.

  31. Ether Mask Holder
    Metal ether mask holder with small hook handle and cup shaped holder used by Dr. A. Louise Klehm.

  32. Extortion Letter to Dr. A. Louise Klehm
    Extortion letter sent to Dr. A. Louise Klehm demanding money in order to secure the safety of herself and her family members, specifically her brother Edwin's twin daughters. The park, in which Dr. Klehm was asked to leave the money, St. Paul Park, was owned by her father, George C. Klehm, and is now part of the Cook County Forest Preserve, near the Morton Grove Train Station. The letter may have come from the Black Hand Gang, a mafia group from Chicago with origins in Sicily, Italy.

  33. Female Members of the Klehm and Stielow Families Photograph
    Female Members of the Klehm and Stielow Families Photograph. Possibly members of the Bachelor Maidens. Left To Right: Louise Stielow, Alma Klehm, Dr. A. Louise Klehm, Florence Klehm, Mae Stielow, Elsie Stielow,and Elizabeth Stielow.

  34. Female Members of the Nu Sigma Phi Fraternity at University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School Photograph
    Group photograph of female members of the Nu Sigma Phi Fraternity at University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School, taken in the spring of 1902. The members, including Dr. A. Louise Klehm, are from various graduation years. Dr. Klehm is at the center of the photograph. Notice that the members are wearing pins. A list of members and non-members included in the photograph are Dr. Katchum 1904, Dr. Slocumb 1905, Dr. Maris 1902, Dr. Ash 1902, Dr. Burns 1902, Dr. Robinson 1903, Dr. Klehm 1902, Dr. Jennings 1903, Dr. Day 1902, Miss Hulan, Dr. Standly 1902, Dr. Moore 1904, Dr. Standish 1902 and Miss Loomis. Some of the Medical students are also in the photograph of students in Greco-roman dress.

  35. Illinois Common School Diploma for Dr. A. Louise Klehm
    High School Diploma for Dr. Louise Klehm. She graduated from Illinois Common School, District 4, Township 41, Range 13, Niles Centre, Illinois in 1886. She completed studies in Orthography, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geography, and United States History. Her teacher was W. D. Smyser, the President of the Board of Education was Ivan Paroubek, and A.G. Lane was the County Superintendent of Schools. This document was scanned in two parts and pasted together in Photoshop; the two halves are not perfectly matched.

  36. Klehm Children Portrait
    Klehm Children Portrait. Photograph of children of George C. and Eliza Klehm, after Lydia's and Emma's marriages. Left to Right: Alma Klehm, George H. Klehm, Dr. A. Louise Klehm, Lydia Harms, Edwin Klehm and Emma Harrer. The Children's mother, Eliza Harms Klehm, sister of Henry Harms, died in 1878, when Amelia Louise Klehm was 7, and Alma, the youngest, was not even 3 years old. Their father remarried and had several more children including Florence Klehm Freund, Herbert I. Klehm, Harold W. Klehm, and Raymond C. Klehm.

  37. Letter to Dr. A. Louise Klehm from N. M. Percy
    Letter from Dr. N. M. Percy to Dr. A. Louise Klehm has the following text, " Dr. Albert J. Ochsner 2106 Sedgewick St. Chicago. Chicago, June 20th, 1910. Dr. A. L. Klehm, Niles Center, ILL. My dear Dr. Klehm: - I was sorry you could not come in this morning. I opened Mrs. Schledt's knee and found multiple abscesses in the head of the tibia and also some necorsis [sic] of the patella and several pockets of pus in and posterior to the joint, so I had to make a resection of the joint and was able to remove all of the diseased bone and think this will give her only about three-fourths of an inch shortening. Thanking you for having referred her, I am Very sincerely, N.M. Percy". Dr. Albert J. Ochsner was a faculty member at the University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School, which Dr. Klehm attended.

  38. Letter written by George C. Klehm to Amelia Louise Klehm
    A letter written by George C. Klehm to his daughter, Amelia Louise Klehm, after her completion of Nursing School at Chicago Baptist Hospital in 1896. He discusses her career options. Expressing concern at her interest in studying medicine further, in becoming a doctor, he suggests that high tuition costs would not be affordable with their large family. Nursing choices are also explored: She could become a nurse for an "eminent physician" in Minneapolis or the Assistant Head Nurse at Chicago Baptist Hospital. George C. Klehm suggests that even though the Assistant Head Nurse would be a smaller salary, it would be the better option because going to an unfamiliar place with someone she does not know may not be safe. He then expresses concern for her health and invites her to come home, to take a vacation.

  39. Metal Nameplate
    Black sign made of metal with yellow text, which reads Dr. Klehm. Sign can be seen in photographs where Dr. A. Louise Klehm's Office is located.

  40. Nasal Speculum
    Metal Nasal Speculum used by Dr. A. Louise Klehm. Made by W. R. Grady Co., pat. pending, Pat. Jan. 9 - 1900.

  41. Newspaper Advertisement for Dr. A. Louise Klehm
    Newspaper Advertisement for Dr. A. Louise Klehm has the following text, "Dr. A. Louise Klehm; Physician and Surgeon, Niles Center, ILL. Daily Except Sunday; 8 to 10 a.m. and 12 to 1 p.m. 6 to 8 Mon., Wed. and Sat., Eve's. and by Appointment Res. and Office Ph. Niles Center 99". The advertisement is attached to advertisements for Sullivan's Pharmacy, on Lincoln Ave., Brown St. and Niles Center Road and Ray W. Haben, Funeral Director.

  42. Note Accompanying Payment To Dr. A. Louise Klehm
    A note accompanying payment To Dr. A. Louise Klehm from Mrs. Stephan Weber. The note's text is as follows, " Niles Center May 7 - 1919 Dr. L. Klehm Hear [sic] are the two Dollars for the Month of May Mrs. Stephan Weber".

  43. Nurse A. Louise Klehm and Fellow Nursing School Graduates Studio Portrait
    Nurse A. Louise Klehm and Fellow Nursing School Students Studio Portrait. Taken while attending Chicago Baptist Hospital Nursing School, from which she graduated in 1896. A. Louise Klehm is on far left. Photographer was Koehne & Bretzman, 189 N. Clark St., Chicago.

  44. Nurse A. Louise Klehm and Friend Photograph
    Nurse A. Louise Klehm and Friend Photograph. Photograph of A. Louise Klehm and friend and fellow nurse, Gertrude Greenwood. Both graduated from Chicago Baptist Hospital Nursing School in 1896. Dr. A. Louise Klehm is on right.

  45. Nurse A. Louise Klehm Studio Portrait
    Nurse A. Louise Klehm Studio Portrait. Taken during time at Chicago Baptist Hospital Nursing school, from which she graduated in 1896. After graduation, Dr. Klehm became Assistant Head Nurse at Chicago Baptist Hospital, until 1898, when she served as a nurse in Florida and at Fort Sheridan in Illinois during the Spanish-American War. She attended to the many cases of typhoid and cholera. Photographer was Koehne & Bretzman, 189 N. Clark St, Chicago.

  46. Red Cross Pin
    Red Cross Pin which belonged to Dr. A. Louise Klehm.The red cross-shaped pin was worn by Dr. A. Louise Klehm.

  47. Republic of Mexico Pin
    Republic of Mexico Pin belonging to Dr. A. Louise Klehm. The round Silver pin, whose form appears to have been punched out of an old coin, (see backside and ridged edging), has the following text," Republica Mexicana, 1889". The image on the pin is similar to that which is on the Mexican Flag; there is an eagle holding a snake in its beak and a piece of cactus in its talons. Beneath the eagle is a large leafy branch. Dr. Klehm may have obtained the pin while serving as a nurse during the Spanish American War.

  48. Small Hemostat
    Small Metal Surgical Clamp or Hemostat used by Dr. A. Louise Klehm.

  49. Stationery of Dr. A. Louise Klehm and Tally of Patient Calls
    Blue, personalized stationery, embossed with the name, Dr. A. Louise Klehm. There is a tally of patient calls on the backside.

  50. Stethoscope and Bag
    Stethoscope used by Dr. A. Louise Klehm. Small metal stethoscope is attached to two pieces of orange rubber tubing with brown plastic ear pieces at tips. The metal portion is engraved on the top with "Internus". There is also a small brown leather pouch with gold writing labeled "Internus", which was used to hold the stethoscope.

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