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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, on 30 April 1789. Wood engraving, American, 1889.
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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. Engraving by Amos Doolittle, 1790.
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HAWAII: FEDERAL BUILDING.
The Old Federal Building in Honolulu, Hawaii. Postcard, American, 1935.
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0176415
ALASKA: STATEHOOD, 1958.
A woman places another star on the American flag outside the Federal Building in Juneau, Alaska, during a celebration of Alaska's statehood, July 1958.
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0326479
NYC: WALL STREET, c1905.
A view down Wall Street in New York City. Photograph, c1905.
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NYC: WALL STREET, c1920.
View of the New York Stock Exchange and Wilks Building on Wall Street in New York City. Photograph, c1920.
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0237829
GEOGRAPHY.
Germany - Berlin - Tiergarten (Mitte): The Federal chancellery in the evening. - 23.12.2008.
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GEOGRAPHY.
Elevated view of the Office of the German Federal President (center), Bellevue Castel behind it, Spreeweg (right) and the Moltke Monument (at the bottom) - 03.12.1999.
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WASHINGTON: INAUGURATION.
George Washington bowing to the crowd outside Federal Hall in New York City after being sworn in as the first president of the United States, 30 April 1789. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0086905
WASHINGTON: INAUGURATION.
The inauguration of George Washington as the first President of the United States at Federal Hall, New York, 30 April 1789. Copper engraving, American, 1829.
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BEAL: HISTORY OF LABOR.
'Settlement,' a scene in 18th century colonial America, in the 'History of Labor' series, Frances Perkins Federal Building, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 1974-1977, by Jack Beal. Photographed by Carol M. Highsmith, 2009.
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0176413
ALASKA: STATEHOOD, 1958.
An Alaskan citizen rings a bell outside the Federal Building in Juneau, Alaska, with two women holding the American and Alaskan flags, celebrating Alaska's statehood. Photograph, 1958.
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0169679
BEAL: HISTORY OF LABOR.
'Technology,' a scene depicting 20th century technical workers, in the 'History of Labor' series, Frances Perkins Federal Building, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 1974-1977, by Jack Beal. Photographed by Carol M. Highsmith, 2009.
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0169676
BEAL: HISTORY OF LABOR.
A view of the 'Industry' and 'Technology' paintings in the 'History of Labor' series, Frances Perkins Federal Building, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 1974-1977, by Jack Beal. Photographed by Carol M. Highsmith, 2009.
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0081358
CHICAGO FEDERAL BUILDING.
The old Chicago Post Office and Federal Building, completed in 1885. Photograph, c1920.
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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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0169672
BEAL: HISTORY OF LABOR.
A view of the 'Colonization' and 'Settlement' paintings in the 'History of Labor' series, Frances Perkins Federal Building, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 1974-1977, by Jack Beal. Photographed by Carol M. Highsmith, 2009.
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0169673
BEAL: HISTORY OF LABOR.
The 'Colonization' (left) and 'Settlement' paintings in the 'History of Labor' series, Frances Perkins Federal Building, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 1974-1977, by Jack Beal. Photographed by Carol M. Highsmith, 2009.
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0169678
BEAL: HISTORY OF LABOR.
'Industry,' a 19th century American factory scene, in the 'History of Labor' series, Frances Perkins Federal Building, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 1974-1977, by Jack Beal. Photographed by Carol M. Highsmith, 2009.
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0326486
NYC: 23 WALL STREET, c1914.
J.P. Morgan & Co. building at 23 Wall Street in New York City. Photograph, c1914.
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0169677
BEAL: HISTORY OF LABOR.
A view of the 'Industry' (foreground) and 'Technology' paintings in the 'History of Labor' series, Frances Perkins Federal Building, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. Oil on canvas, 1974-1977, by Jack Beal. Photographed by Carol M. Highsmith, 2009.
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0326483
NYC: WALL STREET, c1911.
A view down Wall Street from Nassau Street in New York City. Photograph, c1911.
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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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SCHOOL DESEGREGATION, 1954.
Mrs. Nettie Hunt, sitting on the steps of the Supreme Court, holding a newspaper and explaining to her daughter Nikie the meaning of the Court's decision to ban school segregation. Photograph, 1954.
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ELLIS ISLAND, 1906.
Clearance lines in the registry room of the immigration station in New York Harbor, Christmas 1906.
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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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0099121
SEAL: GENERAL SERVICES.
Seal of the U.S. General Services Administration, established to manage federal property and records.
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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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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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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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0067058
MA' BARKER (1872-1935).
Full name: Arizona Donnie Clark Barker. American gangster. 'Ma' Barker, leader of the Barker gang, which included her four sons. Shown here in the morgue with her son Freddie after a shootout with federal agents in Florida, 1935.
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0130281
CIVIL WAR: WOUNDED, 1864.
Union soldiers wounded in the battles in the 'Wilderness,' at a hospital in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 1864.
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0120223
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Low Rent Homes for Low Income Families: Valleyview Homes.' American poster for the Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority announcing a new low income housing development. Silkscreen, c1938.
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0125850
DESEGREGATION, 1963.
Vivian Malone entering Foster Auditorium to become one of the first black students to attend the University of Alabama on 11 June 1963, passing through a crowd that includes photographers, National Guard members, and Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler.
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U.S. CAPITOL, 1950.
Aerial view of the United States Capitol in Washington,D.C., 1950.
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0124477
NEW YORK: GOVERNMENT HOUSE. A building erected on lower Broadway facing Bowling Green in 1790, intended as residence for President Washington. From 1799 it served as Custom House, but was demolished in 1815. Lithograph by N.R. Robinson after a watercolor by C. Milbourne, 1797.
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0106257
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Workers Service Program.' American poster showing factories and farm buildings. Poster ran in 1941 for the Works Progress Adminstration's Federal Arts Project.
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0125650
PHILADELPHIA: U.S. MINT.
The first U.S. Mint Building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as it looked in the late 1790s. Painting by Edwin Lamasure (1867-1916).
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IDAHO: NEZ PERCE AGENCY.
Lapwai, headquarters of the U.S. Federal Nez Perce Agency in Idaho at the time of the U.S. army campaign to capture Chief Joseph. Wood engraving, American, 1877.
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NATIVE AMERICAN STORE, 1971.
A Native American silversmith discussing business problems with Edgar Wade, a SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) volunteer, outside his crafts store on Valencia Street in San Francisco, California. Photographed by Susan Biddle, 1971.
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