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ABOUT THE IMAGES: This guide includes a curated list of public domain images that we found and used in our episode show notes. All of the images are available for free in several publicly available digital libraries, collections, or archives. What you're paying for here is not the images (which I do not own) but instead for the work I did to curate pictures, links, books, websites, and more into an easy to use guide that means you don't have to search through the libraries to find an applicable image, since I've done it for you. If you want to access any of the images available in this guide without having to purchase this guide, please see the show notes for the episode where all of the images are linked to their original source file right below the images. View the show notes here.