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0527723
HOLLYWOOD, 1942.
A dance palace in Hollywood, California. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1942.
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0527724
HOLLYWOOD, 1942.
A used car lot Hollywood, California. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1942.
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0527727
JAPANESE RELOCATION, 1942.
Sign in the window of the Asahi Dye Works in the Little Tokyo neighborhood in Los Angeles, shortly before Japanese-American residents were evacuated for internment camps for the remainder of World War II. Photograph by Clem Albers, April 1942.
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0527728
JAPANESE RELOCATION, 1942.
Sign in the yard of a Japanese-American family in Los Angeles, California, shortly before residents were evacuated for internment camps for the remainder of World War II. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1942.
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0622393
LOUVRE: COURTYARD, 2012.
A crowd in the main courtyard of the Louvre Museum in Paris, France; a corner of the glass entrance Pyramid is to the right. Photograph, 11 April 2012. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Giribas / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0622394
FRANCE: PARIS, 2012.
A cafe on Place de la Contrescarpe in Paris, France. Photograph, 8 April 2012. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Giribas / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0527730
HOLLYWOOD, 1942.
A gasoline filling station in Hollywood, California. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1942.
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0528090
JOHN KERRY (1943- ).
American politician. Speaking on behalf of Vietnam Veterans Against the War. Photograph by Warren K. Leffler, April 1971.
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0528097
RICHARD M. NIXON
(1913-1994). 37th President of the United States. With the Chinese national table tennis team at the White House in Washington, D.C. Photograph by Warren K. Leffler, 18 April 1972.
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0622171
ALCOTT: ORCHARD HOUSE, 1941.
The family home of 'Little Women' author Louisa May Alcott in Concord, Massachusetts. Photograph by Frank O. Branzetti, 7 April 1941.
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0525885
EASTER RISING, 1916.
British soldiers on guard in Dublin, Ireland, following the 1916 Easter Rising. Photograph, April 1916.
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0525882
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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0528067
CONSTANCE BAKER MOTLEY
(1921-2005). American civil rights activist, lawyer, judge, and politician. Photographed in her office as the first female and first African-American Borough President of Manhattan. Photograph, April 1965.
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0528070
CONSTANCE BAKER MOTLEY
(1921-2005). American civil rights activist, lawyer, judge, and politician. Photograph by Fred Palumbo, April 1965.
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0528071
CONSTANCE BAKER MOTLEY
(1921-2005). American civil rights activist, lawyer, judge, and politician. Being sworn in by Mayor Robert Wagner as Borough President of Manhattan. Photograph, February 1965.
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0528072
CONSTANCE BAKER MOTLEY
(1921-2005). American civil rights activist, lawyer, judge, and politician. With her husband Joel at her swearing in as the Borough President of Manhattan. Photograph, February 1965.
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0528073
CONSTANCE BAKER MOTLEY
(1921-2005). American civil rights activist, lawyer, judge, and politician. Being sworn in by Mayor Robert Wagner as Borough President of Manhattan, as her husband and son look on. Photograph, February 1965.
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0528012
OPERATION BABYLIFT, 1975.
Vietnamese refugee children en route to the United States after being evacuated from South Vietnam as part of Operation Babylift. Photograph, 5 April 1975.
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0528013
OPERATION BABYLIFT, 1975.
Vietnamese refugee children en route to the United States after being evacuated from South Vietnam as part of Operation Babylift. Photograph, 5 April 1975.
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0528014
OPERATION BABYLIFT, 1975.
Medical staff examining a refugee child upon his arrival at the San Francisco International Airport after being evacuated from South Vietnam as part of Operation Babylift. Photograph, 5 April 1975.
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0528015
OPERATION BABYLIFT, 1975.
President Gerald Ford carrying a Vietnamese baby from an Operation Babylift airplane at the San Francisco International Airport. Photograph, 5 April 1975.
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0621590
JOE McCARTHY (1887-1978).
American Major League Baseball manager. During his time with the Chicago Cubs. Photograph, 23 April 1930.
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0621651
BETTY FRIEDAN (1921-2006).
American feminist activist and writer. Speaking to reporters in the New York State Assembly. Photograph, 4 April 1967.
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0621667
BOB HOPE (1903-2003).
American comedian. Playing bass alongside James Garner on bongos, on the 'The Bob Hope Buick Show.' Photograph, 19 April 1960.
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0295612
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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0298089
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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0621670
JACKIE ROBINSON (1919-1972).
American baseball player. Photograph, 11 April 1947.
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0621674
VOTER REGISTRATION, 1948.
African American men and women in line at Antioch Baptist Church, waiting to register to vote. Photograph by the NAACP, 1 April 1948.
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0621847
TETRAHEDRAL KITE, 1907.
A tetrahedral kite designed by Alexander Graham Bell being flown from the back of an automobile. Photograph, 29 April 1907.
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0051388
CIVIL WAR: FALL OF RICHMOND.
View of the Burnt District, Richmond, Virginia, April 1865.
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0527645
YANKEE STADIUM, 1923.
Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, shortly before the official opening in April, 1923. Photograph, 3 April 1923.
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0527870
THE CRISIS, 1923.
The cover of 'The Crisis,' the official magazine of the NAACP, April 1923.
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0527806
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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0527807
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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0164059
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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0163984
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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0621402
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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0621497
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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0621523
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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0621519
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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