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0010449
COLONIAL WHEELWRIGHT.
A colonial American wheelwright. Engraving, late 18th century.
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0067287
COLONIAL FARMING.
A farmer and his family harvesting in 18th century colonial America. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0622899
NEW JERSEY: PAINT CREW.
A crew of painters attempting to paint the Whittier House Boys Club in record time, Jersey City, New Jersey. Photograph, 26 May 1951.
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0622356
GEORGIA: ICE WAGON, c1900.
A horse-drawn ice wagon and icemen in front of a house in Georgia. Photograph, c1900.
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0129356
SMITH-CONNALLY ACT, 1943.
'Warning to Samson.' Labor leader John L. Lewis, as Samson, is hit hard by the Smith-Connally Act, that allowed the federal government to seize industries threatened by strikes, that would interfere with war production. Cartoon by H.M. Talburt dedicated to Senator Connally, 8 April 1943.
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0009203
ILLUMINATOR, 1568.
'The Illuminator colors or gilds pictures on paper or parchment; he does not hold with stencils, which produce poor work that is less highly remunerated.' Poem by Hans Sachs, woodcut by Jost Amman, 1568.
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0217307
LABOR.
Painting by Italian painter Giacomo Ceruti showing an old man in ragged clothes with a spade - 18th Century.
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0223111
SOCIAL.
Germany, post-war years Cleaning up works on the compound of the Berlin Transportation Company - 1947.
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0087862
NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN
(1869-1940). English statesman. As Chancellor of the Exchequer. Oil over a photograph, c1935.
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0009199
TYPE FOUNDER, 1568.
'The Typefounder casts type from bismuth, tin and lead. Roman, Gothic and Greek alphabets, capital letters and punctuation marks'. Poem by Hans Sachs, color woodcut by Jost Amman, 1568.
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0369996
LABOR EXCHANGE, 1873.
A newly arrived immigrant being interviewed by prospective employers at the labor exchange at Castle Garden, New York City. Wood engraving, American, 1873.
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0115664
GEORGE MEANY (1894-1980).
American labor leader, president of the AFL-CIO, 1955-1979. Appearing before the Joint Congressional Economic sub-committee, 12 May 1975.
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0114748
JAPANESE INTERNMENT, 1943.
Notices of available employment posted on a bulletin board at the Manzanar Relocation Center for Japanese-Americans at Owens Valley, California. Photograph by Ansel Adams, 1943.
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0004124
RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION 1875.
Railroad building on the Great Plains. Wood engraving, American, 1875, after a drawing by Alfred R. Waud.
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0156906
PAUL BELMONDO.
french sculptor Paul Belmondo in workshop august 14, 1964 working at AndreMalraux s request on the reproduction of sculpture The Dance by Capeaux , which original was damaged by bad weather. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
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0144238
GUY BURGESS.
Guy Burgess (1910-1963), spy, double agent working in England for USSR, here in his flat in Moscow on april 19, 1962. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved. 
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0106956
SYRIA: SPONGE DIVERS, 1862.
Diving for sponges off the coast of Syria in the eastern Mediterranean. Wood engraving, English, 1862.
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0086780
ELEPHANT PLOWING, 1847.
An elephant plowing a field on a sugar plantation in India. Wood engraving, 1847.
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0077475
LABOR CARTOON, 1942.
'Gassing the Troops on Our Own Front Line': American cartoon by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) for the New York City newspaper, 'PM', 26 March 1942, critical of anti-labor attitudes as damaging to the American war effort on the home front during World War II.
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0077480
EGYPT: ROYAL BAKERY.
'The Royal Bakery.' Wood engraving after an Egyptian fresco from the tomb of Ramses III, 20th Dynasty, 1167 B.C.
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0623358
HOOVER DAM, 1934.
Construction work on the mid-section of the Hoover Dam. Photograph, 1934.
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0072371
BRAZIL: COFFEE PLANTATION.
Slaves gathering coffee beans on a Brazilian plantation: wood engraving, c1878.
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0010711
MASSACHUSETTS MILL GIRL.
A Massachusetts mill girl beside a Fales and Jenks spinning frame, c1845. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
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0009115
PLOWING, 1868.
On the prairies beyond the Mississippi. Wood engraving, American, 1868.
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0003438
SILENT FILM STILL: ICEMAN.
George Beban in a scene from 'His Sweetheart,' 1917.
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0622994
WWII POSTER: WOMEN WORKERS, c1944. 'Their Real Pin-Up Girl'. American poster depicting members of the Armed Services saluting a woman 'war worker'. Poster by Cy Hungerford, c1944.
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0623349
WWII: WAVES, c1944.
A group of women taking a break in an Iowa corn field, WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) reservists participating in an effort to mitigate a mid-war domestic labor shortage. Photograph, c1944.
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0003152
PRINT SHOP, 1751.
The press room of a print shop. Line engraving, from 'L'Encyclopedie' of Denis Diderot, French, 1751.
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0053826
NYC: ELECTRICITY, 1882.
Laying the tubes for wiring that will carry electricity in New York City and testing tubes for insulation. Wood engraving from an American newspaper of 1882.
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0075103
MILLING GRAIN, 1568.
The Miller. Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
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0003312
CHILD LABOR, 1912.
Children working in a vegetable cannery in Baltimore, Maryland. Photograph by Lewis W. Hine, 1912.
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0003379
ALEXANDRE DUMAS (1802-1870).
Known as Dumas père. French novelist and playwright. Wood engraving from a late 19th century edition of 'Les Trois Mousquetaires.'
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WWII: FACTORY, 1942.
A woman doing electrical assembly and installation on an aircraft at the Douglas Aircraft plant in Long Beach, California. Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, October 1942.
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0528527
WOMEN MARINES, 1943.
Corporal Essie Lucas and Jean Ayers of the US Marine Corps Women's Reserve working on an engine at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Photograph, 1943.
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0369825
HISTORY.
Ships under construction in the port of Livorno, oil on canvas, by Agostino Tassi, Italy, 17th century. Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All ri.
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DECORATIVE ARTS.
Rural Dance, 18th century tapestry, manufacture of Lille. Full Credit: DEA / V. PIROZZI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0104713
SIEVE MAKER, 1568.
Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
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0034006
RICHMOND BARBERSHOP, 1850s.
A barber's shop at Richmond, Virginia. Wood engraving, English, 1861, after a painting by Eyre Crowe, based on his travels in the United States as secretary to novelist William Makepeace Thackeray during his American tour of 1852-53.
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0528528
WOMEN MARINES, 1945.
A US Marine crew working on a B-25 Mitchell bomber at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in North Carolina. Left to right: Thelma Martin, Ruth Dineau, Eunice Anderson, Selma Olson, Bettie Smith, Margaret Engwald, Carol Peters, Eleanor Moors, and Frances Culbranson. Photograph, 1945.
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0623039
INSURANCE COMPANY, 1941.
Employees at work at an African American insurance company in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, July 1941.
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