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SILENT FILM STILL: OFFICES.
DEGAS: MILLINER, 1879-84.
Edgar Degas: Millinery Shop. Oil on canvas, 1879-84.
GEORGIA: PRISON GUARD, 1941.
A prison guard watching convicts as they work in a prison camp in Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Photograph by Jack Delano, May 1941.
GROPPER: DAM, 1939.
Building a dam. Post office mural by William Gropper, 1939, for the Department of the Interior.
TEACHER AND PUPIL.
Photograph, early 20th century.
VERMEER: LACEMAKER, 1665.
'The Lacemaker.' Oil on canvas by Johannes Vermeer, c1665.
OSCAR MAYER: PORK, c1960.
Dressing pork carcasses at the Oscar Mayer plant in Wisconsin, c1960.
MORONI: THE TAILOR.
Portrait of a Man (The Tailor). Oil on canvas by Giovanni Battista Moroni. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
CALIFORNIA: GAS STATION.
Two women working at a gas station in California. Photograph, c1925.
MONEYCHANGER & WIFE.
Oil on panel, 1514, by Quentin Metsys.
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, 1942.
Women learning aircraft construction in Florida as part of the war effort. Photograph by Howard Hollem, 1942.
on the Columbia River, Washington, at the turn of the century.
THE DENTIST, 1629.
Oil/panel by Jan Miense Molenaer (Dutch, 1610-1668).
TELEPHONE REPAIR, 1964.
Houston Police reinforcements at a crime scene, mid-20th century.
DAUMIER: ADVOCATE, 1860.
Honore Daumier: The Advocate. Watercolor, crayon, pen, c1860.
DOCTOR AND PATIENT, c1915.
Dr. Sigard A. Knopf (1857-1940) listening to a patient's heart, c1915.
SODA JERK, 1939.
A soda jerk at a soda fountain in Corpus Christi, Texas. Oil over a photograph taken, 1939, by Russell Lee.
FASHION: LINGERIE, 1949.
An undergarment model and a secretary at a lingerie company in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Stanley Kubrick, 1949.
ARTIFICIAL LIMB MANUFACTURE.
Men at work making artificial legs at the J.E. Hangar shop in Washington, D.C. Photograph, c1916.
STEAMBOAT LANDING, 1906.
A Mississippi River steamboat landing, 1906.
ELECTRICITY MONITOR, 1980.
Control center of the System Automatic Monitor and Control, a computer system operated by the Philadelphia Electric Company to monitor and control the generation of electric power throughout the Philadelphia Electric network. The technology was adapted from NASA's Apollo program. Photograph, 1980.
FREDERICK SMITH (1872-1930).
Frederick Edwin Smith, best known as F.E. Smith. British Conservative statesmen, 1st earl of Birkenhead, England. Photographed in judicial robes and wig, early 20th century.
PAN AMERICAN SERVICE.
A Pan American flight attendant serves a meal to passengers on board. Photograph, c1975.
THE ICEMAN, 1891.
Oil over a photograph.
MISSISSIPPI: MAIDS, 1940.
Two African American maids caring for a white child, in Port Gibson, Mississippi. Photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, 1940.
N.C. WYETH: FISHERMEN.
Dark Harbor Fishermen. Tempera on panel, 1943, by N.C. Wyeth. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
GREENWICH VILLAGE, c1950.
Streetscene in Macdougal Alley of an outdoor art exhibit, c1950.
The Bar at Folies-Bergeres. Oil on canvas by Edouard Manet, 1881-82.
TRAFFIC COP, 1936.
A traffic cop directing traffic, Washington, D.C. Photographed in 1936.
SPAGHETTI VENDOR, c1908.
Spaghetti vendor serving food in Naples, Italy, c1908.
A machinist's apprentice with file and gear. Daguerreotype, American, c1850.
A radiologist using x-rays to repel Death, personified as a skeleton wearing a shroud, as it approaches a young woman on an operating table. Etching by Ivo Saliger, c1930.
PRINT SHOP, 1752.
Men at work in a printing house. Copper engraving, English, 1752.
OAR MAKER, 18TH CENTURY.
Venetian oar maker at work. Illustration from Giovanni Grevembroch's 'Gradenigo Dolphin,' mid 18th century.
DELAWARE: NEWSBOYS, 1910.
A group of newsboys sitting on a stoop with newspapers at 4th and Market Streets, Wilmington, Delware. Photograph by Lewis Hine, May 1910.
HOPPER: OFFICE, 1953.
Edward Hopper: Office in a Small City. Oil on canvas, 1953. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
NEW YORK: WEAVING SHOP.
A Jewish weaving shop on Broome Street in New York City. Photograph by Marjory Collins, 1942.
A blacksmith shoeing a horse before a race, Readville, Massachusetts. Photograph, 25 August 1908.
Firemen of the Phoenix Fire Company and Mechanic Fire Company from Charleston, South Carolina. Daguerreotype, c1855.
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