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                                                                                                                                                           Box(es)
I. Richard Halliburton
A. Works
1. Books 1-16
2. Articles and Short Works 17
3. Early and Unidentified Works 18
B. Correspondence
1. To his Parents 19-21
2. Devil's Island Correspondence 22
3. Letters Regarding Rupert Brooke
a. by R. Halliburton 23
b. to R. Halliburton 24
4. By and To R. Halliburton 25
5. Correspondence of Others 25
C. Documents 26
D. Richard Halliburton as Subject 26
E. Memorabilia 26
F. Clippings 26
G. Photographs
1. Photographs Related to His Works 27-36
2. Miscellaneous 37
3. Photo Plate Negatives 38
4. Glass Slides (case) 39
II. Papers of Others
A. Rupert Brooke
1. Works 40-41
2. Correspondence
a. Letters by R. Brooke 42
b. Letters to R. Brooke 42
c. Letters of Others 42
3. R. Brooke as Subject 43
4. Memorabilia 43
5. Clippings 43
6. Photographs 43
B. John Wilkes Booth \ Richmond Pearson Hobson 44
C. Wesley Halliburton 45
III. Charts and Maps, Etc. 46, Oversize 1,2,3

Box/Folder Listing

 
I. Richard Halliburton
A. Works
1. Books
Box/Folder
Complete Book of Marvels
1 1 Dear Reader
2-31 Chapters 1-30
32-36 Copybooks 1-5
The Flying Carpet
2 1 Final Contents: Chapter Titles
2-34 Chapters 1-33
3 1-14 Copybooks 1-14
4 1 Flying Carpet Logbooks
2 List of French Military Words and Foreign Legion Affairs
3 Le Centieme Anniversaire de L'Heroique Legion Etrangere
4 2 Legionnaire Programmes
5 "Shepard Life in Palestine"
6 "Hitherto Many People Have Written About the French Foreign Legion"
7 "Unknown", by Sig___X.
8 Bromide Paper, 2 plates
The Glorious Adventure
5 1-14 Chapters 1-12
6 1-9 Chapters 13-20
10 Copybook: Lecture Notes on The Glorious Adventure and Other Stories
11 List of Places Where The Glorious Adventure was Sindicated
New Worlds to Conquer
7 1 Prologue
2-34 Chapters 1-33
35-38 Copybooks 1-4
8 1-14 Copybooks 5-18
9 1-3 Copybooks 19-21
4-31 Devil's Island Works by Prisoners
Richard Halliburton: His Story of His Life's Adventures
10 1 Table of Contents
2 Publisher's Note
3-19 Chapters 1-17
11 1-4 Chapters 18-21
5 First Complete Galley
The Royal Road to Romance
12 1-37 Chapters 1-37
38-39 Miscellaneous
Second Book of Marvels
13 1-30 Chapters 1-30
31 Corrections of Chapters 13 and 14 by E. Evans
32 Copybook
Seven League Boots
14 1 Introduction
2-35 Chapters 1-34
15 1-14 Copybooks 1-14
16 1-5 Copybooks 15-19
6 Galley Sheets
7 "The Massacre of the Romanovs"
8 "I Killed the Czar"
9 Radio Halifaxus for Tribune NY; Regarding Tsar Nicholas
10 News Release, "On March 14, 1917, Tsar Nicholas II..."
11 "The Last Days of the Romanovs"
12 Miscellaneous Romanov Material
2. Articles and Short Works
17 1 Cairo Guide
2 Dutch and London Follies
3 The Elephants and the Alps
4 Experiments in Assination
5 For Swimmers Only
6 The Glorious Adventure
7 Hints to Travelers - 250 BC
8 How to Swim the Hellespont on a Can of Sardines
9 Idyll from the Indes
10 Jerusalem's Greatest Secret
11 Jerusalem - The Holiest of Cities
12 The Lady of Delight
13 Little Journeys Through Java
14 The Luxor Circus
15 Midwinter Dueling with Fujiyana
17 16 Missolonghi and Skyros
17 New Turkey - The Wonder Country
18 The Oasis of the Oracle
19 On to Siberia
20 Otto and Ophelia
21 The Pageant of Peking
22 Persian Princesses (The Three Princesses)
23 The Place Where the Sun is Tied
24 The Prince of Bagdad
25 Rambling Down the Rhine
26 Richard Halliburton Answers his Critics
27 Robinson Crusoe - Who was he and Where was his Island
28 The Singular Siamese
29 "...Sinking the Merrimac"
30 Tiburons
31 Toledo
32 The Two Slaves
33 The Well of Death
34 Where did Columbus Discover America? Where was he Buried?
35 Where I'll Spend my Honeymoons
36 Without Lawrence in Arabia
37 The Wonders of the World I Want my Son to See
3. Early and Unidentified Works
18 1 "Disillusioned"
1a The Lawrence "1917 Class Ode"
2 Leaflet Invitation to the Sundowners of the Sagebrush
3 "Three Days", March 18, 1919
4 "Drifting", May 1919
5 The Vagabond
6 Ruskin: Apostle of Nature
7 Memories of a New York State Prison Inmate
8 Far Away Children
9 Tragedie's Child
10 The Happy Hunting Ground
11 Byron the Inspiring
12 Class Notes on Victorian Literature
18 13 Class Notes and Outline: English 402, Literary History of American Ideals
14 French Exercises and Notes
15 Van Dyke's English Poetry Notes
16 Art Notes
17 Copybook, Unidentified. "New Tales From Arabia"
18 Unidentified Notes
19 Fathers: Unidentified Speech
B. Correspondence
1. To his Parents
19 1-4 1928-1931
20 1-4 1932-1935
21 1-4 1936-1939
2. Devil's Island Correspondence
22 1-45 1929-1933 Correspondence with Prisoners
46 Jean Wick, Publisher, to Tom Davin regarding Prisoners' works
3. Letters Regarding Rupert Brooke
a. By R. Halliburton
23 1 Abercrombie, Lescelles
2 Asquith, Arthur
3 Baynes, F.G.
3a Bonham-Carter, Lady Violet Asquith
4 Brooke, Mrs.
5 Brooke, Justin
6 Brown, Maurice
7 Cornford, Mrs.
8 de la Mare, Colin
9 de la Mare, Walter
10 Dent, Prof. E.J.
11 Doty, G.L.
12 Drinkwater, John
13 Flakins, W.B.
14 Forster, Mrs. Arnold
15 Foster, Rev. H.C.
16 Freyberg, Col. Benard
17 Grant-Watson, E.L.
23 18 Hartley, General
19 Hubback, Mrs. Eva
20 Kelly, Mrs. J. Mary
21 Keynes, Dr. Geoffrey
22 Knox, Father Ronald
23 Lindsay, Miss Gertrude
24 Lucas, St. John
25 Macauley, Miss Rose
26 Mansel, Mrs. Edward (Muriel L.)
27 Marsh, Edward
28 Masefield, John
23 29 Miles, Colonel J. Wardlaw
30 Nesbitt, Miss Cathleen
31 Nevinson, H.W.
32 Pye, Miss Sybil
33 Richards, Mrs. Noel Olivier
34 Salter, Mrs. Helen
35 Strachey, Mr. James
36 Ward, Dudley
37 Waugh, Alec
38 Williams, Iolo
39 Wilson, Lady
40 Woolf, Mrs. Virginia
b. To R. Halliburton
24 1 Abercrombie, Lascelles
2 Baynes, F.G.
3 Bonham-Carter, Lady Violet Asquith
4 Brooke, Mrs. M.R.
5 Button, Bill
6 Carmichael, D.E.G.
7 Clark, Howard
8 Clemens, Cyril
9 Cornford, Frances C. (Darwin)
10 Dalton, Hugh
11 de la Mare, Colin
12 de la Mare, Walter John
13 Dent, Edward J.
14 Doty, George L.
15 Drinkwater, John
16 Forster, K. Arnold
17 Foster, Henry C.
18 Fry, Geoffrey
24 19 Gibson, Wilfred Wilson
20 Greene, Alexander
21 Greenham, Kelly
22 Hornby, Hon. (St. John)
23 Kelly, Mary
24 Keynes, Geoffrey
25 Lindsay, Gertrude
26 Lucas, F.L.
27 Lucas, St. John
28 Macauley, Rose
29 Mansel, Muriel
30 McClelland and Stewart
31 McHugh, Kay
32 Mirril, Maurice
33 Nesbitt, Cathleen
34 Nevinson, Henry W.
35 Nichols, Beverly
36 Pye, Sybil
37 Richards, Noel Olivier
38 Robertson, D.H.
39 Salter, Helen M.G.
40 Scott, Winfield
41 Sherrand, Brynhild
42 Sidgewick, Frank
43 Thompson, Sydenham
44 Volk, Conrad (Clayton Grey)
45 Ward, Dudley
46 Watson, El Grant
47 Waugh, Alec
48 Williams, Iolo A.
49 Woolf, Virginia
50 Unidentified Sources
51 Stringer, Arthur
4. Miscellaneous Correspondence
a. Correspondence by R. Halliburton
25 1-14 Chamber, Lawrence, 1925-1938
15 Halliburton, Wesley
16 Singer, Frances
17 Stuck, Charles A.
b. Correspondence to Halliburton
25 18 Lawrenceville School Headmaster
19 Goodrich, Rear Admiral, US Navy
20 Watson, Hy. S.
21 R. Halliburton's Publishers
22-26 A-Z (fan mail)
27 Unidentified Correspondence
5. Correspondence of Others
28 Bennett, F.J. to Capt. R.W. Tucker of the S.S. Ipswich - recommendation
C. Documents
26 1 P.U. Official Term Report, December 21, 1918 (naval training)
2 2 Passports
3 Fishing License - Montana
4 Publishers' Contracts
D. Richard Halliburton as Subject
5 Announcement - Election of R.H. as Associate Editor of the Lawrence
6 The Daily Printsanything
7 Around the World with Dick Halliburton Holmes, The Omelet
8 The Omelet, June 1922
9 Summary of Halliburton's Travels in Latin America; pr. 1928
10 Vanity Fair, June 1930. "We nominate For Oblivion: R.H."
11 The Broadcaster
12  Promotion Bill
13 "The Glorious Adventure by Richard Halliburton", by Edward Donahoe
14 Daily Sketch, July 23, 1935
15 Printed Material regarding Burton Holmes
16 Life's Odyssey Ends for Richard Halliburton. The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn. Sun. June 11, 1939
17 Published Short Biographies
18 Halliburton Gift to Aid Princeton
19 Deffaa Clippings - Class of 1973
E. Memorabilia
26 20 Dryburgh Abbey: Its Monks and Its Lords. 1909.
21 Send me Five Shillings - Theater Program
22 Class Day and Graduation Programs
F. Clippings
23 His Name was Mudd, George Allan England
24 Miscellaneous Clippings
G. Photographs
1. Photographs Related to His Works
The Flying Carpet: Bagdad - Foreign Legion
27 1 Bagdad, 9 photographs, 4 negatives
2 Prince of Bagdad, 15 photographs, 1 negative
3 Bali, 37 photographs, 19 negatives
4 "Borneo", 103 photographs, 91 negatives
5 Borneo (2), 120 photographs, 4 negatives
6 Egypt, 60 photographs, 27 negatives
7 Elly Beinhorn, 8 photographs, 7 negatives
8 Europe, 29 photographs, 5 negatives
9 Flying Carpet Departs, 19 photographs
10 Foreign Legion (1), 65 photographs
The Flying Carpet: Jerusalem - Foreign Legion
28 1 Foreign Legion (2), 154 photographs, 3 negatives
2 Greece, 8 photographs
3 Istanbul, 31 photographs, 9 negatives
4 In and Near Persia (1), 121 photographs, 34 negatives, 
3 negative plates
5 In and Near Persia (2), 79 photographs, 41 negatives
6 Java, 9 photographs
7 Jerusalem, 63 photographs, 4 negatives
The Flying Carpet: Manila - Turkey
29 1 Manila, 30 photographs
2 Morocco, 63 photographs, 57 negatives
3 Mountains, 35 photographs, 12 negatives
4 Petra, 23 photographs, 16 negatives
5 Sahara, 26 photographs, 1 negative
6 Samarra, 2 photographs
29 7 Sea of Galilee, 37 photographs
8 Taj Mahal, 121 photographs, 38 negatives
9 Timbuctoo, 18 photographs, 10 negatives
10 Turkey, 16 photographs
11 Sundry Negatives
The Glorious Adventure: Athens - Works of Art
30 1 Athens, 46 photographs, 14 negatives
2 Corfu, 7 photographs
3 Delphi and Parnassus, 11 photographs, 6 negatives
4 Greece, 54 photographs
5 Hellespont, 53 photographs, 20 negatives
6 Ithaca, 15 photographs
7 Olympus, 68 photographs, 21 negatives
8 Palmyra and Baalbec, 20 photographs, 9 negatives
9 Taormina, 2 photographs
10 Tempe, 36 photographs, 13 negatives
11 Troy, 30 photographs, 10 negatives
12 Wonders of the World, 8 photographs, 8 negatives
13 Works of Art, 7 photographs
New Worlds to Conquer: Devil's Island - Panama Canal
31 1 Devil's Island, 83 photographs, 19 negatives
2 Devil's Island, 36 photographs
3 Devil's Island, 18 photographs
4 Devil's Island, 18 photographs
5 Iguazu Falls, 28 photographs, 1 guide book
6 Inland South America, 16 photographs
7 Macchu Picchu, 37 photographs, 15 negatives
8 Maximillian Carlatta, Cortez, 22 photographs
New Worlds to Conquer: Mexico - Well of Death
32 1 Mexico, 42 photographs, 38 negatives
2 Monkey, 24 photographs, 16 negatives
3 Panama Canal, 79 photographs, 66 negatives
4 Panama and Central America, 61 photographs, 11 negatives
5 Peru and Juan Fernandez, 43 photographs, 1 map, 
35 negatives
6 Robinson, Crusoe, 37 photographs
7 Vera Cruz to Mexico City, 30 photographs
8 Well of Death, 47 photographs, 19 negatives
Royal Road to Romance: Agrrides-Holland
33 1 Agrrides
2 Angkor
3 China and Japan
4 France
5 Germany
6 Gibraltar
7 Holland
Royal Road to Romance: India-Zagi Pass and Miscellaneous
34 1 India, 63 photographs, 50 negatives
2 Kashmir, 40 photographs
3 Ladakhi, 11 photographs
4 Leh, 8 photographs
5 London, 7 pictures, 3 negatives
6 Malay and Siam, 37 photographs, 14 negatives
7 Matterhorn, 27 photographs, 13 negatives
8 Spain, 71 photographs, 53 negatives
9 Venice, 4 photographs
10 Zagi Pass, 5 pictures
11 Promotion: advertisement with pictures
Seven League Boot: Arabia-Hobson
35 1 Arabia, 30 photographs, 14 negatives
2 Assassination, 10 photographs
3 Athos, 44 photographs
4 Bones of Columbus, 16 photographs, 7 negatives
5 Cristophe's Citadel, 33 photographs, 1 roll of negatives
6 Crusaders, 47 pictures
7 Elephant Trip, 57 pictures
8 Ethiopia, 96 photographs, 5 negatives
9 Fort Jefferson, 35 photographs, 15 negatives, 1 roll of negatives
10 Gozo, 3 pictures
11 Hobson, Merrimac, Cuba, 29 photographs
Seven League Boot: Leningrad-Watling's Island
36 1 Leningrad, 25 pictures
2 Middle East, 72 photographs, 15 negatives
3 Moscow, 71 photographs, 6 negatives
4 Mrs. Lenin and Russian Women, 16 photographs
5 Romanov Massacre, 55 photographs, 17 negatives
6 Russian Schools, 16 photographs, 1 negative
7 Seven League Boots, 1 roll of negatives
36 8 The Oldest Man in the World, 49 photographs, 20 negatives
9 Vladivostok, 13 photographs, 12 negatives
10 Watling's Island, 14 photographs
11 Miscellaneous, 93 pictures, 76 negatives
2. Miscellaneous
37 1 Richard Halliburton, 3 pictures
2 Friends at Princeton, 9 photographs, 62 negatives
3 5 8x10 Portraits of Friends at Princeton, 1 of Richard Halliburton
4a The Sea Dragon - Chinese Junk. 18 photographs, 11 negatives
4 Halliburton's Home, 1 photograph
5 Tiburons, photographs
6 Miscellaneous Photographs
7 Miscellaneous
8 Addresses, 12 ANs, 12 pp.
3. Photo Plate Negatives
38 (The contents of this box are not arranged in folders; indeed, they are not really organized at all, except for being bound in bundles or stacked together in small boxes. Words in quotation marks (" ") are scrawled in pencil on individual boxes or bundles. Glass plates are negatives.)
"R.B. Plates" - 5 plates
"Taj Mahal Plates" - 9 plates
"The Flying Carpet. Taj" - 2 plates, 1 negative, 1 photograph
"Teheran - The Princess" - 6 plates
"Bagdad - Prince Ghazi" - 11 plates, 3 negatives
"Negatives Foreign Leg" - 9 plates
"Persia 17417" - 2 plates, one of which is broken
"...Acropolis" - 8 plates, two of which are broken, 2 negatives
(Note: The four following entries, all having to do with Borneo, are tied together with string to make a large bundle incorporating the four smaller bundles listed here.)
"Borneo - The Flying Carpet" - 10 plates
"Borneo Negatives, Natives" - 6 plates
"12 Copies" - 12 photographs (of Borneo Natives)
"Borneo Negatives" - 40 negatives
"Crusaders T.L.B." - 1 plate, 1 photograph
"Ladahk Kashmir" - 23 negatives, 1 photograph
"John the Baptist" - 6 plates
Untitled Bundle Containing 28 plates
1 plate (a portrait of Halliburton?) attached to a block of wood as if for display on a wall or desk.
4. Glass Slides (case)
39 (a carrying case designed for glass plates) contains 141 plates; unlike the plates in Box 38 these are positive and in color. The plates seem to be arranged in order of display; they are apparently Halliburton's show slides.
II. Papers of Others
A. Rupert Brooke
1. Works
40 1 The Bastille, A Prize Poem
2 Cuttings About Rupert Brooke and Poems
3 1914 and Other Poems
4 Poems
5 The Pyramids, May 1904
6 A Souvenir of Lenzerheide
7 An Unpublished Letter from America
8 Unpublished Poems
41 1-10 Copybooks 1-10
2. Correspondence
a. Letters by Rupert Brooke
42 1 Asquith, Lady Violet (Bonham-Carter)
2 Cornford, Frances C. (Darwin)
3 Cotterill, Erica
4 Cox, Katherine
5 Darwin, Gwen (Raverat)
6 Drinkwater, John
7 Eckersley, Arthur
8 Garnett, David
9 H., Geoffrey
10 Helena (NLN)
10a Hornby, Hon.
11 Loines, Russell
12-14 Lucas, St. John
15 Murray, Rosalind (Mrs. Arnold Toynbee)
16 Nesbitt, Cathleen
17 Pye, Sybil
18 Raverat, Jacques
19 Rothstein
20 Wells, Mr. Chauncey
21 Wells, Mrs. Chauncey
b. Letters to Rupert Brooke
42 22 Abercrombie, Lascelles
23 Asquith, Lady Violet (Bonham-Carter)
24 Barker, H. Granville
25 Beerbohm, Max
26 Benson, M.
27 Cannan, Gilbert
28 Darwin, Frances C.
29 Drinkwater, John
30 Ervine, St. John G.
31 Flecker, James Elroy
32 Forster, F.M.
33 Gosse, Edmund
34 Horniman, A.E.F.
35 Huffer, Ford Madox
36 James, M.N.
37 Lytton, Neville
38 Masefield, John
39 Monra, Harold
40 Russell, Bertrand
41 Sidgewick, Frank
42 Trevelyan
43 Yeats, W.B.
c. Letters of Others
42 44 Asquith, O. to Lady Violet Asquith Bonham-Carter
45 Browne, W. Denis to Mrs. Brooke
46 Browne, Denis to Parents
47 Masefield, John to Miss Violet Asquith Bonham-Carter
48 Quitter, Arnold C. to E. Marsh
49 Shaw-Stewart, Patrick to E. Marsh
50 Wells, Chauncey to E. Marsh
51 Miscellaneous Letters
3. Rupert Brooke as Subject
43 1 Introduction to Halliburton's Collection on Rupert Brooke
2 Rupert Brooke - Colophon, 1932. by Augustus Bridle
3 Rupert's Grave, to Mrs. Brooke from Private in RMLI
4 Poems about Rupert Brooke
5-6 Cuttings on Rupert Brooke
7 Rupert Brooke's Death and Burial
43 8 Memorials for Rupert Brooke
4. Memorabilia
9 Memorial for Raymond 'Oc' Asquith
10 Memorial for Victor Barrington Kennett
11 Memorial for William Charles Denis Browne
12 Memorial for Bernard Cyril Freyberg
13 Memorial for Frederick Septimus 'Cleg' Kelly
14 Memorial for Patrick Shaw-Stewart
15  Memorabilia
5. Clippings
16 Robinson Jeffers
17 Rupert Brooke
6. Photographs
B. John Wilkes Booth \ Richmond Pearson Hobson
44 1 John Wilkes Booth
2 John Wilkes Booth, photographs
3 Lord Byron, 19 photographs
4 Hobson, Now and Then
5 Richmond Pearson Hobson, Congressional Record
6 R. P. Hobson, House of Representatives
7 Appointment of R. P. Hobson: Senate
8 Hearing on House of Representatives 9221, Appointment of R. P. Hobson
C. Wesley Halliburton
45 1 Death Valley Scotty's Fabulous Life Story and Magnificent Castle Enchant Memphian. by W. Halliburton
2 Printed Letter to Columnist
3 Letter from US Navy to W. Halliburton
4 Halliburton and Moore Southern Farms and Timberlands Ledger
5 W. Halliburton: Document - Certificate Award as Master of the Royal Secret of the 32nd Degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Short Letter from grandfather
6 Blueprint: Plot from Records by Memphis Abstract Co.
45 7 W. Halliburton: 3 photographs
Scrapbook
III. Charts and Maps, Etc.
46 18 large photographs from his travels, rolled
1 large etching entitled "Cain", rolled
4 large envelopes as follows:
1. "National Geographic Maps - Story of Richard's Com. Appeal at time of his death"
Europe and the Near East
Pacific Ocean and the Bay of Bengal
Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands from the Indies and the Philippines to the Solomons
Germany and its approaches
The World
Bible Lands and the cradle of Western civilization
The United States of America
Countries of the Caribbean including Mexico, Central America and the West Indies
Japan and Korea
(Note: the article mentioned on the envelope does not seem to actually be present, if indeed "Story of Richard's Com. Appeal" refers to an article.)
2. "Boulder Dam"
19 black-and-white photographs
Tourist guide: "View-Book of the Bolder Dam"
46 3. "General Maps - New Worlds"
The Countries of the Caribbean including Mexico, Central America, the West Indies and the Panama Canal
A Plan of the City, and Lake of Mexico, (Handwritten above the upper border is "Suggestion for map no. 6 & 7".)
West Indies
Cuba, Jamaica, and the Bahama Islands
Panama (annotated)
Mapa de la Republica de Panama (This is a large map - roughly 5 feet by 3 feet - printed on paper, then mounted on linen)
4. The fourth envelope contains four items, three of which are themselves envelopes containing material as follows:
1. "Robinson Crusoe Photos & Glass Negatives - Worlds
One small envelope entitled "Negatives - Crusoe" and containing 15 negatives
4 (loose) glass negatives
10 small black-and-white photographs
One large envelope entitled "Crusoe" containing 4 glass negatives
15 large black-and-white photographs
2. "Maps"
Tunisie
Bali
Vierwaldstattersee
Deutschland, Oesterreich, der Schweiz and angrenzenden Landern
Switerland
Rheinlauf (map of the Rhine in booklet form, aimed at tourists)
"Short Guide to Bali" (for tourists)
3. "Robinson Crusoe Glass Negatives - New Worlds"
8 glass negatives
The last item is a color photograph matted on cardboard
Oversize 1 All material in the package is rolled:
3 paintings
1 drawing of "La Cite de Carcassonne"
2 photographs (Mount Olympus and the Parthenon)
Oversize 2 Custom slipcase: contains approximately 40 leaves of a scrapbook (unbound) with photographs partially pasted on each page (sometimes on both sides of the page) taken during Halliburton's worldwide travels. Also includes
one mounted photo of Dahl Lake in Kashmir.
Oversize 3 Custom slipcase: contains mounted photographs of the Mosque of Santa Sophia in Istanbul and the Sea of Galilee, and a map titled "A New Yorker's Idea of the USA." Unmounted items consist of 2 maps titled "The Route of the Flying Carpet" ("The Flying Carpet" was a book by Halliburton) and a photo of, presumably Halliburton, posing with a handful of stringed skulls.
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