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Español: Vitrina con un cuaderno de poesía de Mimy Klocker (años 1906-1905), una lámpara a petróleo con cerámica esmaltada, un vaso (copa) de cristal tallado, un portacubiertos, la foto de un matrimonio del área del Llanquihue (c. 1883), un libro de ejercicios para cítara (el Theoretisch-practische Zitherschule de Friedrich Gutmann; Leipzig, C.F. Peters, c.1879) y un juego de ruleta para niños (en la foto todas las piezas, a excepción de las dos últimas, miran hacia la ventana), expuestos en la sala del molino del Museo Colonial Alemán de Frutillar, Chile.
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