An original document that has been digitized as part of the Afghanistan Project is displayed at the Library of Congress in Washington.
An original document that has been digitized as part of the Afghanistan Project is displayed at the Library of Congress in Washington. Shawn Miller Library of Congress/Shawn Miller
An original document that has been digitized as part of the Afghanistan Project is displayed at the Library of Congress in Washington. Shawn Miller Library of Congress/Shawn Miller

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