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- Secret writing
Filed under: Cryptography
Filed under: Cryptography -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Filed under: Cryptography -- Military aspects -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Filed under: Cryptography -- United States -- History
Filed under: Cryptography -- United States -- History -- 20th centuryFiled under: Cryptography -- United States -- History -- SourcesFiled under: Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Cryptography
Filed under: Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Cryptography -- History
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Filed under: Data encryption (Computer science)
Filed under: Data encryption (Computer science) -- Research
Filed under: Ciphers
Filed under: Cipher and telegraph codes
Filed under: Morse code -- Fiction
Filed under: Telegraph -- Arctic regions
Filed under: Telegraph -- Employees -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Telegraph -- HistoryFiled under: Telegraph -- United States
Filed under: Cables, Submarine -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: PhototelegraphyFiled under: Telegraph, Wireless
Filed under: Telegraph, Wireless -- Juvenile fiction
Filed under: Signs and symbols
Filed under: Unicode (Computer character set)
Filed under: Swastikas
- The Anglo-American Telegraphic Code to Cheapen Telegraphy and to Furnish a Complete Cypher (third edition; New York: Anglo-American Code and Cypher Co., 1891)
Filed under: Emblems
- The Swastika: The Earliest Known Symbol, and its Migrations, With Observations on the Migration of Certain Industries in Prehistoric times (1896), by Thomas Wilson
Filed under: Emblems -- BibliographyFiled under: Emblems -- Early works to 1800Filed under: HeraldryFiled under: Musical notationFiled under: Semantics (Philosophy)Filed under: Signals and signaling
- A Century of Emblems (London: Macmillan and Co., 1878), by George Spencer Cautley (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
- Emblems, Divine and Moral, Together With Hieroglyphicks of the Life of Man, by Francis Quarles (page images at PSU)
- Emblems of Love, in Four Languages, Dedicated to the Ladys (1680s), by Philip Ayres (page images at PSU)
- Pia Desideria, or, Divine Addresses, In Three Books (1678), by Herman Hugo, trans. by Edmund Arwaker (page images at PSU)
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