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Presidential Artifacts Theft

Presidential Artifacts Theft

Patricia Dockman Anderson, director of publications and library services at the Maryland Historical Society, points to tickets for the 1863 impeachment of President Andrew Johnson, which were among stolen historic artifacts returned to the society by the FBI Monday, May 13, 2013 at 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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