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Landmarks are listed by topic (see navigation on left). There is additionally a comprehensive list of Landmarks below. Each landmark page contains a title, the significant year relating to the creation of the artifact (not necessarily the concept or design), the owner or caretaker (if helpful to finding it), the location, and a brief description of the landmark, site or collection. For additional information on landmarks, please see the "About the Landmarks Program" section . A landmark search is also available under the "Expand for Selections" link located below.
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