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Surprise inside the walls

Yesterday, as we were looking at the progress, and planning the mill work that will replace the built in cabinet that was there before, I saw a little piece of paper peeking behind the plaster. So, naturally, I pulled it. This is what it was:
I was trying to find an explanation online, but not much luck. Especially since my Spanish is so limited. Any help from you guys? Any ideas? Is this souvenir from Spain or Latin America, or something they might have seen in New York?


  1. Google translate to the rescue!
    entry ticket. He is mine! on March 10, 1917!%20el%2010%20de%20marzo%201917
    billete del entrada. el es mio! el 10 de marzo 1917


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