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CARTOON: McCARTHYISM, 1950.
'McCarthy Was Here.' American cartoon on the scurrilous allegations by Senator Joseph R. McCarthy that Communists had infiltrated the U.S. State Department. Cartoon by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, 1950.
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0010967
TREASURY CLERKS, 1865.
Female clerks exiting the Treasury Department at Washington, D.C. Wood engraving, American, 1865, after a drawing by Alfred R. Waud.
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0623457
HORACE MARDEN ALBRIGHT
(1890-1987). American conservationist. Photogravure, c1930.
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WWII: POSTER, c1942.
'Grow it yourself - Plan a farm garden now.' Lithograph, c1942.
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0528459
MARCH ON PENTAGON, 1967.
A crowd of anti-war protesters in Washington, D.C. as part of the March on the Pentagon. Photograph by Warren K. Leffler, 21 October 1967.
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0528460
ANTI-WAR PROTEST, 1971.
Anti-war protesters marching to the Department of Justice building in Washington, D.C. Photograph by Warren K. Leffler, 4 May 1971.
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0073044
LONDON: MANICURE, 1927.
Interior of a grocery in London: the saleswomen have the possibility to have a manicure; a salesgirl during a manicure, 1927.
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0033645
CARTOON: MacARTHUR, 1951.
American cartoon showing President Harry S. Truman, Secretary of State Dean Acheson, and the Pentagon in the proverbial frying pan over Truman's decision to remove General Douglas MacArthur from his post as supreme commander of U.N. forces in Korea. Cartoon by L.J. Roche, 1951.
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0084834
KAW DELEGATION, 1857.
Delegation of Kansas (Kaw) Native Americans in conference with the Commissioner of Indian Affairs under President James Buchanan, at Washington, D.C., March 1857. Contemporary wood engraving.
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0528462
ANTI-WAR PROTEST, 1971.
Anti-war protesters sitting in the street in front of the Department of Justice Building in Washington, D.C. Photograph by Warren K. Leffler, 4 May 1971.
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0622957
WWII: RADIO PROPAGANDA.
Rehearsal for the radio show 'You Can't Do Business With Hitler,' written and produced by the Office of War Information. Photograph by Howard Liberman, c1942.
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0621081
WWII: WORKER, c1945.
An African American woman operates a lathe in the machine shop at Phelp Vocational School, Washington, D.C. Photograph by Roger Smith, c1945.
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0120591
MINT ACT, 1792.
Pattern for the first coins struck by the United States Mint at Philadelphia, following the Coinage Act of 2 April 1792.
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0109686
DANIEL ELLSBERG (1931- ).
American military analyst and political activist. Photographed in 1973 during his trial for stealing and copying the secret Pentagon Papers on the origins of the Vietnam War, and communicating them to the press for publication.
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0152361
MARCEL DASSAULT.
french industrialist Marcel Dassault with french president Georges Pompidou at the Bourget Airshow (on the left is colonel Chassagny president of USIAS) may 27, 1971 France. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0126365
CARL MYDANS (1907-2004).
American photographer with the Farm Security Administration. Standing next to a Treasury Department truck in Washington, D.C., c1935.
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0005921
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT.
The first peacetime compulsory military service in the United States begins as President F.D. Roosevelt (left) reads Number 158, the first draft serial number picked by Sec. of War Henry L. Stimson (center) from a bowl in the War Department auditorium in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 29, 1940.
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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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0131330
WHISKEY RING TRIAL, 1876.
Opening of the trial United States vs. Orville E. Babcock in St. Louis, Missouri. Babcock, then Secretary to the President, Ulysses S. Grant, was put on trial for his alleged involvement in a scandal in which whiskey distillers bribed Treasury Department agents and evaded taxes. Engraving, 1876.
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0098985
WAR ASSETS ADMINISTRATION.
Logo for the War Assets Administration, established in the United States, 1946.
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0099020
U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS.
Seal of the U.S. Bureau of the Census.
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0005654
INAUGURAL BALL, 1869.
Inaugural ball at the Treasury Department following the inauguration of President Ulysses S. Grant on 4 March 1869. Wood engraving from a contemporary newspaper.
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0526650
MAP: RESERVATIONS, 1888.
Indian reservations within the United States and territories. Lithograph, 1888.
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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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0099128
HOME FINANCE AGENCY.
Seal of the U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency.
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0173517
DENTIST OFFICE, c1965.
A dental technician taking x-rays of a patient's teeth. Photograph, c1965.
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0131081
GROPPER: DAM, 1939.
Building a Dam. American post office mural by William Gropper, for the Department of the Interior, 1939.
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0124664
WORLD WAR II POSTER, c1943.
American World War II poster for the Pennsylvania State Council of Defense, c1943, encouraging civilians to be properly prepared for air raids. Silkscreen by Zebedee Johnson for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project.
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0099029
COMMODITY CREDIT AGENCY.
Seal of the U.S. Commodity Credit Corporation, established to stabilize farm income and prices.
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0043327
ZIMMERMANN TELEGRAM, 1917.
Page 2 of the British decode of the Zimmermann telegram in the copy made by Edward Bell of the American Embassy in London, England, and forwarded to the U.S. State Department on 2 March 1917.
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0129887
HIROSI SAITO (1886-1939).
Japanese ambassador. Hirosi Saito is photographed by reporters at the State Department in Washington, D.C., where Saito came to express his regrets at the Japanese sinking of the U.S. Gunboat Panay, 13 December 1937.
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0246639
TRUCKEE-CARSON IRRIGATION PROJECT, NEVADA, USA.
Gates in the main canal of the Truckee-Carson Project. No Credit Given.
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0258851
USA.
An image of a rat that has received a balanced diet. No Credit Given.
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0113632
FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 1783.
The United States Department of Foreign Affairs (forerunner of the Department of State) at 13 South Sixth Street (the brick house), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from October 1781 to June 1783. Watercolor, 19th century, by D.J. Kennedy, after a 1783 sketch.
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0117918
NEW DEAL: C.C.C. RECREATION.
A public recreational park with diving tower, beach and bath house was opened in May 1934. Developed by the National Park Service and the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) in cooperation with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Big Ridge Lake, Tennessee. Photograph, c1935-1945.
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0168649
GEORGE F. KENNAN (1904-2005).
American diplomat and historian. Photographed at his desk while serving on the policy planning staff of the U.S. State Department, 1947.
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0408886
WWII: VETERANS, c1945.
'Veterans - Prepare for Your Future Thru Educational Training.' Lithograph, c1945.
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0163790
BRONX HIGH SCHOOL, 1944.
Physics class at Bronx High School of Science, 1944.
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0163782
PARK AVENUE, 1944.
View facing north from Grand Central Terminal up Park Avenue showing traffic and the apartments lining the avenue.
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0410221
WORLD WAR II: POSTER, 1941.
Information panel from a 'Food for Victory' exhibit, United States. Poster, 1941.
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