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MAGNETIZING IRON, 1600.
A blacksmith hammering a heated iron bar to be magnetized, with its ends pointing towards the magnetic north and south poles. Woodcut from William Gilbert's 'De Magnete,' London, 1600.
HEINRICH HEINE (1797-1856).
German poet and critic. Etching, 1827, by Ludwig Emil Grimm (brother of the folklorists).
LEWIS: MAIN STREET, 1920.
First edition of 'Main Street' by Sinclair Lewis, 1920.
JUBAL A. EARLY (1816-1894).
American lawyer and Confederate general. Photographed during the American Civil War.
ALASKA: WALRUS HUNTING.
Two Eskimo men with guns raised, hunting walrus. Photographed by Dobbs, early 20th century.
A woman listening to the radio. Photograph, c1920.
Herod's Palace in Herodium, located in the West Bank. Photograph, 2008. Full credit: Insadco / Ivan Vdovin - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
FASHION: MANNEQUIN, 1925.
Wax mannequin wearing a dress and cape. Photograph by Karl Schenker, 1925. Full credit: Karl Schenker - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reser
WASHINGTON BURNING, 1814.
The burning of Washington, D.C., by the British on 24 August 1814. Line engraving, English, 1816.
BALTIMORE: FORT McHENRY.
The British naval bombardment of Fort McHenry, in Baltimore, Maryland, 13-14 September 1814, during the War of 1812. Contemporary aquatint by John Bower.
HOPPER: SUNDAY MORNING.
'Early Sunday Morning.' Oil on canvas by Edward Hopper, 1930. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
JAMES FRANKLIN BELL
(1856-1919). Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, 1906-1910 and Major General during World War I. Photograph, early 20th century.
FRANCISCO 'PANCHO' VILLA
(1878-1923). Mexican revolutionary leader. Photograph, c1915.
INDIA: JAIPUR, c1907.
'The broad spacious Johri bazaar, a typical street in Jaipur, India's mdoel city.' Stereograph, c1907.
SIGMUND FREUD: LEONARDO.
Title page of the second edition of Sigmund Freud's 'A Childhood Memory of Leonardo da Vinci,' published at Leipzig and Vienna, 1919.
SOVIET UNION: PURGES.
A defendant being sentenced by a popular tribunal during the Stalinist purges, orchestrated by Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin against alleged Trotskyists and political opponents during the 1930s.
BATTLE OF LUNDY'S LANE, 1814.
The Battle of Lundy's Lane, Ontario, Canada, on 25 July 1814. Steel engraving, 19th century.
MARCUS ALONZO HANNA
(1837-1904). American businessman and politician. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
JOHN DE SAULLES (1878-1917).
American athlete and businessman, famously murdered by his millionaire wife in 1917. Photograph, c1901.
MARTHA JEFFERSON RANDOLPH
(1772-1836). Daughter of Thomas Jefferson and White House hostess. Steel engraving, 1855, after a painting by Thomas Sully.
EARLY AIRPLANE, 1909.
Men watching the flight of a biplane at Fort Myer, Virginia, 2 July 1909.
NEW YORK FAMILY, c1900.
A family playing chess in their New York City apartment, c1900.
JACQUES-ETIENNE BOVARD (1961-).
Writer 2002. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
JÖRG STEINER (1930-).
Writer Solothurn Switzerland 2000. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
JOHN MILTON HAY (1838-1905).
American statesman and author. Oil over a photograph, 1904.
HITLER CARTOON, 1933.
'Precept and Practice.' Cartoon by Sir Bernard Partridge, 1933, noting the irony between German Chancellor Adolf Hitler's commandments of brotherhood and his actual persecution of the Jews. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
A monument at the Summit of Culp's Hill at the Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania. Photograph, c1903.
INDIA: JAIPUR, c1907.
'Mohammedans performing the sword dance in the festival of Mahorem, Jaipur, India.' Stereograph, c1907.
LUCY DUFF-GORDON (1863-1935).
Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff-Gordon. English fashion designer. Photograph, c1916.
The Löwenbräu Keller in Munich, Germany. Photograph, c1900.
(1898-1961). American writer. Oil over a photograph, 1933.
(1899-1961). Hunting in Kenya. Oil over a photograph, February 1934.
MARY EDWARDS WALKER
(1832-1919). American physician and women's rights advocate. Photograph, c1912.
CALIFORNIA: MISSION, 1936.
Mission San Luis Rey de Francia, founded in 1798 in Oceanside, California. Photograph by Henry F. Withey, 1936.
WORLD WAR I: CLEMENCEAU.
French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau walking through the streets of Noyon despite the threat of land mines, France. Photograph, c1916.
WOOLWORTH BUILDING, 1911.
The Woolworth Building foundations, New York City. Photograph, 3 March 1911.
Portrait of Pope Julius II, 1443-1513, by Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520), oil on wood, c1512, 108,7x80 cm. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
Egypt, Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Luxor - Valley of the Kings - Tomb of Horemheb. Vestibule. Mural paintings. Osiris (Dynasty 19, Horemheb, 1333-1306 BC) (KV57 - 332830). Full Credit: DEA / S. VANNINI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
IMMIGRANTS: ELLIS ISLAND.
Immigrants to the United States at Ellis Island, c1920.
(1869-1940). English statesman. As Chancellor of the Exchequer. Oil over a photograph, c1935.
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