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A late nineteenth century black bordered Death notice written in more pointed Kurrentschrift with the title word "Einladung!" and the woman's name, "Katharina Martens," (see end of first line) highlighted by being written in Roman script.
 
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notice written in more pointed Kurrentschrift with the  
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title word “Einladung!and the woman's name,
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Katharina Martens,(see end of first line)  
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highlighted by being written in Roman script. A page from a German elementary school primer
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showing the Sütterlen script and how it was taught in
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pictures.
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A late nineteenth century black bordered Death notice written in more pointed Kurrentschrift with the title word "Einladung!" and the woman's name, "Katharina Martens," (see end of first line) highlighted by being written in Roman script.

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