From the left, Mitch Yockelson, an investigative archivist from the National Archives and Records Administration, Burton K. Kummerow, president and chief executive officer of the Maryland Historical Society, Patricia Dockman Anderson, director of publications and library services at the Maryland Historical Society, C. Dennis Elder, chief financial officer of the Maryland Historical Society, and J. Matthew Kazlauskas, FBI special agent, look at stolen historic artifacts Monday, May 13, 2013, as the FBI returns them to the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore. The documents were stolen from the society by Barry Landau and his assistant Jason Savedoff, who are both in prison for stealing from archives nationwide. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark)
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