Remember, if you haven't used our clues pages yet, check out the instructions here to learn how they work and how to best utilize them. 

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Hint 1

The text above will help you figure out what you're looking for.

Hint 2

Have you identified these famous scientists yet?

Hint 3

Searching for their last names will make it fairly easy.

Hint 4

In order, their full names are "Daniel Solander, Alfred Nobel, Lise Meitner, Liev Kreyberg, Anders Celcius, Svante Arrhenius."

Solution

Final Solution: The first letters of their first names spell DALLAS.

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Hint 1

You may want to start by filling in the blanks.

Hint 2

Luckily, the information can be found somewhere else on this card.

Hint 3

If you haven't solved the front of the card, now is the best time to do so.

Hint 4

The scientists' names will slot into these lines.

Hint 5

The colored lines will lead you to what you need -- be sure to follow the order of the colored numbers!

Solution

Final Solution: Following the lines in order will give you the name: "Allen Mark Davis"

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Hint 1

Something about these numbers might seem familiar.

Hint 2

This puzzle is a bit higher degree of difficulty than the others on this card.

Hint 3

Anders may help you figure out what you need -- he's on the front of the card.

Hint 4

You may need to adjust your temperature(s).

Solution

Final Solution: These are all in Farenheight. When converted into Celcius, they yield single digit numbers from 1-26, forming a common alphabet. The resulting plaintext reads: "Their chief of European operations is known as Leviathan."

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Hint 1

Just like the other stamps, this will be more useful later.

Hint 2

It is also solved in much the same way.

Hint 3

English will not help you, but another language might.

Solution

Final Solution: These stamps are best translated from Norwegian, the words for 'bread' and 'page' are 'brod' and 'side' which combine into "Broadside."