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WASHINGTON: INAUGURATION.
The inauguration of George Washington as the first president of the United States at Federal Hall, New York City, 30 April 1789. Mezzotint, 1849.
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0009530
INCOME TAX CARTOON, 1895.
American millionaire Russell Sage, Hetty Green and George Gould tearfully pay their income taxes in this 1895 cartoon by F.B. Opper.
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0176265
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION.
The Federal Trade Commission building on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. Photograph, 1939.
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0077476
FAIR EMPLOYMENT CARTOON.
'Listen, maestro...if you want to get real harmony, use the black keys as well as the white!': American cartoon by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) for 'PM', 29 June 1942, on the Roosevelt administration's policy of denying federal contracts to companies that practiced racial discrimination in employment during World War II.
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0622627
IVA TOGURI D'AQUINO
(1916-2006). American typist and broadcaster who participated in radio propaganda in wartime Japan; so-called 'Tokyo Rose.' Led by U.S. Deputy Marshall Herbert Cole from Federal Court in San Francisco. Photograph, 1949.
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0622286
CONSTANCE BAKER MOTLEY
(1921-2005). American lawyer, politican, and the first African American woman to be appointed a federal judge. Photograph, c1963.
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0073394
GERMAN REUNIFICATION, 1990.
The signing of the final document about the reunification of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) and the German Democratic Republic (GDR) in Moscow, 12 September 1990. Soviet, French, British, German, and US officials during a drink after the signing. Full credit: ullstein bild - ADN-Bildarchiv / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
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0072981
GERMAN-FRENCH TREATY, 1963.
German Federal Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and France's president Charles de Gaulle during the signing of the German-French treaty in the Elysee palace in Paris. Also at the table are Georges Pompidou and Gerhard Schr÷der. Photograph, 01.22.1963. Full credit: BPA - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved
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0010965
WASHINGTON: INAUGURATION.
The inauguration of George Washington as the first president of the United States at Federal Hall, New York City, on 30 April 1789: colored engraving, 19th century.
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0010966
WASHINGTON: INAUGURATION.
The inauguration of George Washington as the first president of the United States at Federal Hall, New York City, 30 April 1789. Coloured engraving, 19th century.
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0099030
U.S. CUSTOMS COURT.
Seal of the United States Customs Court.
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0125102
ELLIS ISLAND, 1906.
Clearance lines in the registry room of the immigration station in New York Harbor, Christmas 1906.
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0068513
U.S. SUPREME COURT SEAL.
Seal of the Supreme Court of the United States. NOTE: SEALS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ARE NOT IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN AND MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER THAN OFFICIAL BUSINESS WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION OF THE AGENCY INVOLVED.
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0031955
WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN
(1820-1891). American army commander. General Sherman (right center, with his arm on the cannon's breach) with his staff at Federal Fort No. 7, Atlanta, in the autumn of 1864. Photograph by George N. Barnard.
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0148760
KURT GEORGES KIESINGER AND BAUDOUIN IE, ROI OF BELGES.
Kurt Georg Kiesinger, ancient chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, FRG and member of the german parliament meets the king of Belgians Baudouin Ist, on april 30, 1980. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights
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0141058
ENTREE OF THE RFA DANS L'OTAN IN 1955.
Konrad Adenauer (1876-1967) german chancellor (1949-1963) made a speech after the admission of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) in the NATO with behind him Walter Hallstein state secretary of the foreign affair, during a session of a atlantic council in the palace of Chaillot in Paris, on may 6th, 1955. Full cre
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0009880
WASHINGTON: INAUGURATION, 1789.
The inauguration of George Washington as the first President of the United States at Federal Hall, New York City, 30 April 1789. After a painting by Ramon de Elorriaga, 1889.
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0055843
R. B. HAYES: CARPETBAGGERS.
The New Policy Train: After the withdrawal of Federal troops from the South, President Hayes conducts a carpetbagger to a train heading north. Cartoon from an American newspaper of 1877.
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0115332
JOHN EDGAR HOOVER
(1895-1972). American lawyer and public official. Photographed by Marion S. Trikosko, 1961.
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0067660
U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT SEAL.
Seal of the United States State Department. WARNING: Seals of the Federal Government are not in the public domain. No use may be made for other than official business without specific authorization of the agency involved.
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0171186
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1933.
Two members of the Civilian Conservation Corps, from New York City, sawing through timber to be used in the construction of a mess hall, 3 July 1933.
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0171185
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1933.
Members of one of the first units of Civilian Conservation Corps recruits clearing ground to set up a campsite, at the start of a reforestation project in a section of George Washington National Forest near Luray, Virginia, 18 April 1933.
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0009024
NEW YORK: PARADE, 1788.
The celebration in New York City following the ratification of the Federal Constitution, 26 July 1788. Engraving, 19th century.
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0008388
CARTOON: COBBETT, c1799.
A Republican engraved cartoon lampooning the English political journalist and Federalist editor, William Cobbett ('Peter Porcupine'). Cartoon, c1799.
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0099121
SEAL: GENERAL SERVICES.
Seal of the U.S. General Services Administration, established to manage federal property and records.
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0268808
JAMES MEREDITH (1933- ).
American civil rights leader. Being escorted by U.S. marshals on the University of Mississippi campus, as its first African-American student. Photograph by Marion S. Trikosko, 1 October 1962.
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0048233
TAX CARTOON, 1935.
A contemporary cartoon comment on Franklin D. Roosevelt's Revenue Act of 1935.
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0170549
ROBERT LEE JOHNSON
(1922-1972). U.S. Army sergeant and spy for the Soviet Union. Johnson in custody at the Federal Court building in Alexandria, Virginia after his arraignment, 5 April 1965.
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0007522
CARTOON: INCOME TAX, 1934.
'I'm gonna be a millionaire when I grow up so I won't have to pay income tax.' Cartoon on the Great Depression. Cartoon by Otto Soglow, c1934.
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0069899
CARTOON: INCOME TAX, 1913.
'In Safe Waters at Last.' A favorable cartoon comment on the ratification that year of the 16th Amendment to the Constitution, that permits Congress to tax individual incomes. Cartoon, 1913.
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0123449
MEXICAN REVOLUTION, 1914.
Mass meeting at Torreˇn, Mexico, in support of the federal army and the goverment of Victoriano Huerta during the Mexican Revolution, April 1914.
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0012683
U.S. INAUGURAL SEAL.
Seal of the Inauguration of the President & Vice President of the United States. NOTE: SEALS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ARE NOT IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN AND MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER THAN OFFICIAL BUSINESS WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION OF THE AGENCY INVOLVED.
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0099107
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE.
Seal of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).
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0068516
U.S. PRESIDENTIAL SEAL.
The seal of the President (48 stars). NOTE: SEALS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ARE NOT IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN AND MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER THAN OFFICIAL BUSINESS WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION OF THE AGENCY INVOLVED.
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0009648
CARTOON: CONSTITUTION.
Cartoon from the Massachusetts Centinel published shortly after New York ratified the Federal Constitution on 26 July 1788.
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0066487
FUGITIVE SLAVES, 1864.
Slaves fleeing a southern plantation at night to reach Union lines. A Federal gun-boat, far out at sea, will offer some protection. Engraving, 1864.
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0080525
ENGLISH TAX CARTOON, 1851.
'The Inquisition in England. Grand Inquisitor (Lord John). - "Oh, he's got plenty of money! Away with him! - and put the screw onfor another year."'
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0120226
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Must We Always Have This? Why Not Housing?' American poster promoting planned housing as the solution to a host of inner city problems, showing an inkblot on which are drawn elements of inner-city life. Poster ran in New York during 1936 for the Works Projects Administration.
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0023583
THE FEDERALIST, 1788.
Title-page of the first volume of 'The Federalist,' essays in favor of a federal Constitution, written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, and published at New York in 1788.
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0115327
JOHN EDGAR HOOVER
(1895-1972). American lawyer and public official. Photograph, 1924.
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