Recovering history: Team tracks stolen artifacts
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Recovering history: Team tracks stolen artifacts

The Archival Recovery Team, or ART, tracks down and recovers documents and artifacts that have been stolen from the National Archives and Records administration. (AJ Chavar/The Washington Post)

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