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ATLANTIC OCEAN, 1912.
Passengers on a steamship in the Atlantic Ocean looking out onto a field of ice, a similar view as would have been visible to passengers on the 'Titanic.' Photograph, 1912.
CIVIL WAR: USS MINNESOTA.
The steam frigate USS Minnesota, flagship of the Union blockading squadron during the American Civil War. Wood engraving, American, 1861, after a photograph.
WORLD WAR I: SAILING.
The George Washington
carrying President Wilson to the Peace Congress in Paris. The ship is seen guarded by submarine chasers as it leaves New York Harbor. Photograph, December 1918.
MAP: SCOTLAND, 1849.
Map of Scotland. Engraving published by
S. Augustus Mitchell, 1849.
WORLD WAR I.
Scene from the submarine warfare in the Atlantic Ocean: German U 53 meeting the Norwegian freight sailer 'Asheim' at the north exit of the Irish Sea. After the crew has left the ship, it is sunk by cannons - 1917 Painting by Claus Bergen (mixed technics on cardboard) The artist copyright is to be acquired separately!
Thailand - Rowboats and sailboats crowd at a Thai harbor. - Photographer: Atlantic - Published by: 'Berliner Volkszeitung' 16.03.1941 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
KEY WEST, 1884.
Aerial view of Key West, Florida. Lithograph after a drawing by Henry Wellge, 1884.
STEAMSHIP METROPOLIS, 1878.
The Steamship 'Metropolis' is wrecked during a storm off of North Carolina, 31 January 1878. Engraving, 16 February 1878.
BRAZIL: SANTOS HARBOR.
The harbor of the island of Santos, Brazil. Photograph, early 20th century.
ATLANTIC CITY: BEACH.
A panoramic view of the beach and boardwalk from pier, Atlantic City, New Jersey. Photograph, c1897.
Delegates of the NATO member countries meeting december 16, 1957 at Palais de Chaillot in Paris , headquarter of the Organization for the North Atlantic Treaty : ministers of foreign affairs, of defence, of finances, ambassadors and representatives on the first row belgian Paul Henri Spaak (left) chairman of the North Atlantic council and dutch Herr
HEYERDAHL: RA II, 1970.
The 'Ra II,' a reproduction of an ancient Egyptian papyrus boat on which Norwegian anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl and his crew crossed the Atlantic Ocean from Morocco to Barbados, 1970.
MIAMI: HONEYMOONERS, 1962.
A row of honeymooning couples, from New York City, New Jersey, Philadelphia, and Chicago, embracing in the swimming pool of the Carillon Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida, 27 June 1962.
The lightship which marked the Ambrose Channel in New York Harbor until 1933. Since 1968 the 'Ambrose' has been at South Street Seaport, New York City.
OCEAN GROVE, 1879.
'At Ocean Grove - Meeting on the Beach.' Engraving, 1879.
WWI: USS PENNSYLVANIA, 1915.
The launch of the American dreadnough, U.S.S. Pennsylvania at Newport News, Virginia. Photograph 16 March 1915.
HURRICANE ALLISON, 1995.
Weather satellite image of Hurricane Allison in the Gulf of Mexico, 4 June 1995. Visible spectrum image.
View of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Lithograph, c1835, by Fitz Hugh Lane.
WAR OF 1812: NAVAL BATTLE.
The defeat and capture of HMS Macedonian by USS United States under the command of Captain Stephen Decatur, 25 October 1812. Engraving, 1892.
EARTH FROM SPACE.
Bahamas - Acklins and Crooked Islands.
COLUMBUS: DEPARTURE, 1492.
The departure of Christopher Columbus from Palos, Spain, on 3 August 1492 (the presence of Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile is symbolic and was not actual). Line engraving, 1594, by Theodor de Bry.
FLYING FISH, c1548.
Flying fish, attempting to escape predators, fall on the deck of a Portuguese ship in West Indian waters, 1547-48. Line engraving, 1592, by Theodor de Bry.
FLORIDA: MAP, 1591.
Engraved map of Florida by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues published by Theodor de Bry at Frankfort, 1591.
A waterspout over Vineyard Sound off Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, 19 August 1896. Photographed by Baldwin Coolidge.
Clash between French and Portuguese ships in the Atlantic Ocean for possession of Brazil, 1602, engraving from American History by Theodore de Bry. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
Cartography, 16th century. Oceanus Occidentalis by Gaspar Treschel, 1522. Colored engraving. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
GULF STREAM: MAP, 1786.
Chart of the Gulf Stream published by Benjamin Franklin, 1786.
ATLANTIC CITY BEACH, 1890.
'The Bathing Hour on the Beach at Atlantic City.' Wood engraving, American, after Frank H. Schell, 1890.
FLYING ENTERPRISE, 1951.
Crew members abandoning the American freighter 'Flying Enterprise,' listing in the North Atlantic, 30 December 1951.
SAINT BRENDAN (c484-c577).
Irish abbot. Depicted as crossing the Atlantic on the back of a whale. Lombard manuscript illumination, early 14th century.
An elevated view of the Bou Regreg. Gervais Courtellemont.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA.
A person waterskis along Alton Beach near Miami. No Credit Given.
TITANIC: THE CARPATHIA, c1912.
The rescuing liner 'Carpathia,' which came to the aid of survivors of the 'Titanic.' Photographed c1912.
MAP: THIRTEEN STATES.
A map of the thirteen original American states, the Northwest Territory and Louisiana, as it appeared in the 1770s. Engraving, c1900.
Digital image of the topography of the Earth, showing land and sea-floor elevations, the epicenters of earthquakes greater than magnitude 5 which occurred between 1980-1990. Image created by the National Geophysical Data Center, c1991.
CONEY ISLAND: BEACH, c1897.
Children holding onto ropes and playing in the surf at Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. Stereograph, c1897.
CONEY ISLAND BEACH, 1889.
Women sitting in a boat on the beach at Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. Photograph, 1889.
CONEY ISLAND, c1900.
Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York, featuring hotels and the boardwalk. Photograph, c1900.
AMISTAD MURAL, c1938.
'Back to Africa,' the third panel of the Amistad Murals by Hale Woodruff, at Talladega College in Alabama, c1938. The repatriated slaves from the 'Amistad' are shown with two white missionaries, James Steele (left) and William Raymond (right).
GAY HEAD CLIFFS, c1903.
The cliffs at Gay Head, Martha's Vinyard, Massachusetts. Photograph, c1903.
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