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English: Thomas Hicks (20), Fred Longm (31), S. H. Holt (39), Felix Caravajal (3), Christos D. Zehouritis (6), Albert L. Cory (7), Frank Pierce (9), S. A. Mellor (10), Edward P. Car (11)
Title: 1904 Olympics: Runners lined up at start of Marathon Race, receiving instructions immediately prior to start.
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Source Missouri History Museum
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Gallery: http://collections.mohistory.org/resource/141391
Author Nathan Lazarnick, New York
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Identifier N16045
Part of Olympic Games, 1904- Marathon Race
Subjects Olympic Games (3rd : 1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
black and white
horizontal
athletics
Men
straw hats
Stadiums
Thomas Hicks
Fred Longm
S. H. Holt
Felix Caravajal
Christos D. Zehouritis
Albert L. Cory
Frank Pierce
S. A. Mellor
Edward P. Car
Running
Track and field
marathon
Sports
Resource 141391
GUID FC70B1B2-9B11-7A68-46FF-BBAB8C1B8BB8

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