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CIVIL WAR: FALL OF RICHMOND.
View of the Burnt District, Richmond, Virginia, April 1865.
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YANKEE STADIUM, 1923.
Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, shortly before the official opening in April, 1923. Photograph, 3 April 1923.
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THE CRISIS, 1923.
The cover of 'The Crisis,' the official magazine of the NAACP, April 1923.
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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
(1882-1945). 32nd President of the United States. Throwing out the first baseball at a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Washington Senators at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. Photograph, April 1934.
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EVA LONGORIA (1975-).
American actress. Photograph, 19 April 2009. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Breuel-Bild / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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EARVIN 'MAGIC' JOHNSON, (1959-). American basketball player. Playing for the Los Angeles Lakers. Photograph, April 1996. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Nagel - Sportbild / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
(1882-1945). 32nd President of the United States. Throwing out the first baseball at a game between
the Washington Senators and the Philadelphia Athletics at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. Also present are Al Kress, Harry Hopkins, Bucky Harris, and Connie Mack. Photograph, 18 April 1938.
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EASTER REBELLION PARADE, 1933. Irish women parade through Dublin in commemmoration of those who died during the Easter Rebellion of April 1916. Photograph, 1933.
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CHARLES DAWES (1865-1951).
American politician, general, and Vice President in the administration of Calvin Coolidge. With Owen Young and Henry Robinson. Photograph, 30 April 1924.
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THE YELLOW KID, 1897.
Cover from The Yellow Kid comic strip, featuring the eponymous character. Cartoon by Richard F. Outcault, 3 April 1897.
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EASTER RISING, 1916.
British soldiers on guard in Dublin, Ireland, following the 1916 Easter Rising. Photograph, April 1916.
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EASTER RISING, 1916.
A barricade on a street in Dublin, Ireland, during or after the 1916 Easter Rising. Photograph, April 1916.
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CARTOON: NUCLEAR TEST BAN, 1962. 'He's driving me nuts - I'm on the verge of blowing my top.' Cartoon comment on the Soviet Union's delay in signing the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. Cartoon by Edmund Valtman, 21 April 1962.
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TONY CUESTA (1926-1992).
Cuban paramilitary leader and anti-Castro activist. In Miami, Florida. Photograph by Thomas O'Halloran, April 1963.
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MANUEL VARONA (1908-1992).
Manuel Antonio de Varona. Cuban lawyer politician, and anti-Castro activist. Photograph by Thomas O'Halloran, April 1963.
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NEW YORK: BROOKLYN, 1934.
A pier in Brooklyn, New York, with a view of Manhattan over the East River in the background. Photograph, 20 April 1934.
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NEW YORK: PARADE, 1965.
A crowd, including a girl in a traditional Greek dress, at a parade in New York City. Photograph by Stanley Wolfson, 17 May 1965.
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SOCKS THE CAT, 1993.
Socks, pet cat of the Clinton family during President Bill Clinton's administration. Photograph by Sharon Farmer, 6 April 1993.
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SOCKS THE CAT, 1993.
Socks, pet cat of the Clinton family during President Bill Clinton's administration. Photograph by Sharon Farmer, 16 September 1993.
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DE SOTO: DEPARTURE, 1538.
The departure of Hernando de Soto's Florida expedition from San Lucar, Spain, April 1538. Illustration by Alfred Russell, 1904.
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VIETNAM WAR: VICTIM, 1969.
Do Chuc shows his gnarled hands while describing the massacre performed by American soldiers in his village, Truong Khan (or An), in April 1969. Photograph, November 1969.
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RUSSIAN ANARCHISTS, 1881.
Members of the anarchist revolutionary group 'Narodnaya Volya' (People's Will) on their way to the scaffold in St. Petersburg on 15 April 1881, for their role in the assassination of Czar Alexander II. Contemporary English wood engraving.
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ILLINOIS: TENT CITY, 1937.
Tent City for flood refugees near Shawneetown, Illinois. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1937.
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LUMBERJACK, 1907.
An old lumberjack leaning against a giant sequoia log, Northern California. Photograph, 15 April 1907.
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HISTORY.
The Battle of Copenhagen, April 2, 1081, release. Napoleonic Wars, Denmark, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. NIMATALLAH / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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HISTORY.
United Kingdom - Great Britain - England - 19th century. 'The London Letter' calendar, first issue, April 14, 1899. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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EDMUND WILSON (1895-1972).
American critic and writer. Photographed in April 1936.
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LINCOLN FUNERAL, 1865.
The funeral carriage that carried President Abraham Lincoln's coffin from the White House to the Capitol, 19 April 1865.
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FORT BOONESBOROUGH, 1775.
Fort Boonesborough in east-central Kentucky, founded by Daniel Boone and his party in April 1775: wood engraving, 1850.
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CHICAGO: DANCING, 1942.
Men and women dancing to the music of 'Red' Sounders and his band at the Club DeLisa in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Jack Delano, April 1942.
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JAMESTOWN: SHIPS.
Replica at Jamestown Settlement Museum of the flagship 'Susan Constant' that arrived at Jamestown Island in late April 1607. The ship, commanded by Captain Christopher Newport, was 55 feet long and carried 54 passengers. Photographed in 2006. Credit: Erik Falkensteen / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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WAGE PROTEST, 1926.
A group of adults and children from Passaic, New Jersey, picket the White House following President Coolidge's refusal to listen to their concerns regarding wage cuts in the textile industry. Photographed on 15 April 1926.
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KENNEDY AND SORENSEN, 1968.
Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Sorensen during a 'unity' meeting with President Lyndon Johnson in the Cabinet Room at the White House, 3 April 1968, three days after Johnson's withdrawal from the presidential campaign. Photographed by Yoichi Okamoto.
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NGO DINH DIEM (1901-1963).
Vietnamese political leader. As President of South Vietnam (left foreground), being assisted by an unidentified official as he lays the foundation stone for the Da Nhim hydroelectric power plant, in Lam Dong province, financed in part through reparation funds from Japan, 1 April 1961.
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR.
'Four Victories of Peace,' sculpture in the Court of Power, at the New York World's Fair in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Queens, New York. Photograph, 22 April 1939.
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SAMUEL MORSE BIRTHPLACE.
Detail of the house Samuel Morse was born in, with plaque that reads 'Here was born / Samuel Finley Breese Morse / 27 April 1791 / Inventor of the / Electric Telegraph.' Charlestown, Massachusetts, c1890.
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CIVIL WAR: FORT SUMTER, 1861.
Confederate batteries on the second day of the bombardment of Fort Sumter, 13 April 1861. Wood engraving, American, 1861.
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PREACHER, 1939.
Salvation Army preacher, San Francisco, California. Photograph, April 1939 by Dorothea Lange.
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SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS
(1835-1910). 'Mark Twain.' Front page of Harper's Weekly, 30 April 1910, honoring Mark Twain, who had died on April 21.
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GEORGIA: TEXTILE MILL, 1913.
Young men and boys working at a Hosiery Mill in Rome, Georgia. Photograph by Lewis Hine, April 1913.
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