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[[inside front cover]] This Patent Book K. [[stamped]] 2873 [[/stamped]] [[underlined]] IN FILLING [[/underlined]] this Scrap Book [[underlined]] NEVER [[/underlined]] gum in papers, etc., close to binding. Leave at [[underlined]] LEAST ONE-HALF INCH [[/underlined]] from back of leaf. To get a better result after gumming the paper or picture on the leaves, [[underlined]] STAND [[/underlined]] the book up on [[underlined]] END [[/underlined]], the leaves spread apart so that the air can flow through and dry. This will prevent [[underlined]] MOULD [[/underlined]] and the leaves will be less liable to wrinkle. PAT. NO.471,276.
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