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SACCO AND VANZETTI, 1921.
Flanked by Massachusetts deputy sheriffs, Nicola Sacco (second from left) and Bartolomeo Vannzetti enter the Norfolk County courthouse at Dedham, Massachusetts, 1921. Oil over photograph.
CARTOON: RED SCARE, 1919.
'Moving Days.' American cartoon published during the Red Scare of 1919, suggesting that the newly-established American Legion would help keep U.S. cities free from such unwanted foreign elements as anarchy and bolshevism. Cartoon, 1919.
(1859-1919). Austrian writer and poet. Photograph, 1890s.
ROOSEVELT SPEECH, 1903.
Crowds in Lincoln, Nebraska, listening to a speech by U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, 27 April 1903.
FLOWER PEDDLER, 1915.
Mrs. Ormsby selling flowers for charity before Metropolis Club, 1915.
SILENT FILM STILL: GANGSTERS.
A scene from 'Chicago After Midnight,' 1928.
BURROUGHS & SONTAG, 1976.
American writer, William Burroughs and Susan Sontag, American essayist and novelist photographed in Berlin, Germany, 1976. Full credit: Will - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
SEGREGATION: BUS STATION.
A bus station, probably in the American South, featuring a sign for a 'whites only' waiting room. Photographed in the late 1950s.
BONNIE AND CLYDE, 1933.
American criminal Bonnie Parker (1911-1934) playing at holding up her partner, Clyde Barrow (1909-1934). Oil over a photograph, 1933.
Revenue agents with confiscated bootleg liquor at Washington, D.C. Oil over a photograph, 1922.
LOUIS 'LEPKE' BUCHALTER
(1897-1944). American mobster and head of the hit squad Murder Inc. Photograph, 1939.
CARL MYDANS (1907-2004).
American photographer with the Farm Security Administration. Standing next to a Treasury Department truck in Washington, D.C., c1935.
MAX WEBER (1864-1920).
German political economist and sociologist. Photographed at Lauenstein, Germany, in 1917.
THE SILENT FLYER, 1926.
GUYS AND DOLLS, 1955.
Marlon Brando, as Sky Masterson (center, facing camera), and Frank Sinatra, as Nathan Detroit (next to Brando, in pinstriped jacket), in a scene from the film version of the musical 'Guys and Dolls,' 1955.
PICASSO WITH FRIENDS, 1901.
Spanish painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso (left) photographed in his studio at 130 Boulevard de Clichy in Paris, France, in 1901, with his art dealer, Petrus Manach (center), and Torres Fuentes, in front of a portrait of Francisco Gonzales de Iturrino.
WILLARD H. WRIGHT (1888-1935).
Willard Huntington Wright. Pseudonym S.S. Van Dine. American novelist. Photographed in 1932.
(1894-1961). American writer. Photographed in 1933.
COOLIDGE: FREEMASONS, 1929.
Grand Masters of Masons in Washington for a conference posing with President Calvin Coolidge, outside the White House, 19 February 1929.
ITALO BALBO (1896-1940).
Italian Blackshirt leader and Italy's Minister of the Air Force. Photograph, 13 September 1929.
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, JR.
(1841-1935). American jurist. Photographed in 1930.
THOMAS J. ZECHARIAH MOONEY
(1885-1942). American labor leader. Mooney's mother (center) at a protest, c1937, for the release of Mooney, sentenced to life imprisonment in 1918, and the nine boys imprisoned in 1936 and 1937 in the Scottsboro Case.
LOUIS ALTERIE (1892-1935).
IRVING BERLIN (1888-1989).
Israel Baline. American (Russian born) songwriter. From left: Victor Herbert, Irving Berlin, and John Philip Sousa, 17 April 1924.
SIGMUND FREUD (1856-1939)
changing trains in Paris on his way from Vienna to London 4 June 1938. He is accompanied by Marie Bonaparte and William Bullitt, the U.S. ambassador.
GUYS AND DOLLS, 1955.
Left to right: Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra, and Vivian Blaine in a scene from the film version of the musical 'Guys and Dolls,' directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1955.
LEWIS MUMFORD (1895-1990).
GEORGE H. RUTH (1895-1948).
Known as Babe Ruth. American baseball player for the New York Yankees. Photographed with the manager of the New York Giants John McGraw, 1923.
Set design sketch for the second act of the premiere of the opera Fedora, by Umberto Giordano (1867-1948), performed at the Teatro Lirico in Milan, November 17, 1898. Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
Set design sketch for the first act of the premiere of the opera Fedora, by Umberto Giordano (1867-1948), performed at the Teatro Lirico in Milan, November 17, 1898. Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR, 1930.
FILM: DEAD END, 1937.
Humphrey Bogart and Alan Jenks in the 1937 motion picture 'Dead End.'
CASPER HOLSTEIN (1876-1944).
American (West Indian born) gangster and philanthropist. Photographed in 1928.
ECUADOR: VILLAGE MARKET.
Native American shoppers awaiting the opening of the central market place at Otavalo, Ecuador. Photograph, mid-20th century.
FILM STILL: FIGHTS.
NORMAN ROCKWELL (1894-1978).
American painter and illustrator. Undated photograph.
JEREMY BRETT (1935-1995).
English actor. As Sherlock Holmes in 'The Hound of the Baskervilles,' 1988.
LOUIS CHIRON (1899-1979).
French Grand Prix racing driver. Chiron (left) with his manager, Alfred Hoffman. Photograph, early 20th century.
FIELDING H. YOST (1871-1946).
American football coach and college athletics administrator. Photographed in 1932, while Athletics Director at the University of Michigan.
CAPONE AND WEISS, 1941.
Mobsters Louis Capone, left, and Emanuel 'Mendy' Weiss, 1941.
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