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UNITED NATIONS, 1945.
Joaquin Fernandez Y Fernandez, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the delegation from Chile, signing the Charter of the United Nations at the San Francisco Opera House. Photograph, June 26, 1945.
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VAN VECHTEN: DANCER, 1939.
Mexican choreographer and dancer, José Fernandez. Photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1939.
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LA PERLA, 1947.
Pedro Armendáriz in a scene from 'La Perla,' based on the novella 'The Pearl' by John Steinbeck and directed by Emilio Fernández, 1957.
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JOSÉ FERNÁNDEZ DE LIZARDI
(1776-1827). Mexican writer and patriot. Lithograph, Mexican, 19th century.
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0351985
SPAIN: CASA PILATUS, 1940.
Victoria Eugenia Fernandez de Cordoba, Duchess of Alcala, and two guests leaning on the balustrade of the Casa Pilatus in Seville, Spain. Photograph, 1940. Full credit: Regine Relang - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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SOCCER.
UEFA European Football Championship 1984, Final_tournament in France, Group phase, Group 1 in Nantes: France vs. Belgium 5:0, goal cheer France, f.r.t.l. Belgian team captain Jan Ceulemans, referee Robert Valentine (SCO), Jean Tigana, Luis Fernandez, Alain Giresse, Didier Six, unknown, Michel Platini, unknown (all FRA), June 16, 1984.
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WEST INDIAN CANOE, 1547.
A West Indian man paddling a dugout canoe. Woodcut from Fernández de Oviedo's 'La Historia General de las Indias,' 1547.
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CLEVELAND ROBINSON
(1914-1995). American labor leader and civil rights activist. On the second floor of the National Headquarters of the March on Washington in Harlem, New York. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez, 1963.
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GAME SHOW: TWENTY ONE.
Charles Van Doren, right, a contestant on the game show 'Twenty One,' with host Jack Barry, center, and another contestant, Vivienne Nearine. In 1959, Van Doren would admit that he was given the questions and answers of the show in advance. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez, 1957.
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CACTUS, 1547.
An opuntia of the West Indies. Woodcut from 'Cronica de las Indias' by Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo y Valdés, 1547.
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LUIS FERNANDEZ.
Luis Fernandez, footballer of France team and of PSG team, here april 14, 1986. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
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ALINA FERNANDEZ (1956- ).
Daughter of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. Photographed in 1998.
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HISPANIOLA: GOLD MINING.
West Indian laborers working in the Hispaniola gold-mining operations. Woodcut from Fernández de Oviedo's 'La historia general de las Indias,' 1547.
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RUSTIN AND ROBINSON, 1963.
Bayard Rustin and Cleveland Robinson in Washington D.C., shortly before the March on Washington. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez, August 1963.
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TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
(1911-1983). American playwright. With a cake at the 20th anniversary opening of 'The Glass Menagerie.' Photograph by Orlando Fernandez, 1965.
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BROOKLYN: GANGS, 1956. Policemen frisking gang members on Pacific Street between Carlton Avenue & Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez, 1956.
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CHILE: JUAN FERNANDEZ.
British sailors provisioning at Juan Fernandez, off the coast of Chile. Copper engraving, English, late 18th century.
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0107686
VOYAGES, 1612.
Title page of a work containing accounts of the voyages of Pedro Fernandes de Queiros and Henry Hudson. Published at Amsterdam, 1612.
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NATIVE AMERICANS: HAMMOCK, 1547.
A Native American hammock. Woodcut from Fernández de Oviedo's 'La historia general de las Indias,' 1547.
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KENNEDY ASSASSINATION, 1963.
A crowd gathered around a radio shop at Greenwich and Dey Streets in New York City, listening for news on President John F. Kennedy after he was shot, 22 November 1963. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez.
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FULTON FISH MARKET, 1962.
Sal Leggio showing a stripped bass to Cindy Hughes at the Fulton Fish Market in New York City. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez, 1962.
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0116643
VIRGIN OF SAILORS, 1530.
Virgin de los Mareantes. Oil by Alejo Fernandez, 1530, in the Alcazar at Seville, Spain. In this painting, the earliest known about his discoveries, Christopher Columbus is kneeling, left, in a golden robe, and the Pinzon brothers, captains of the Nina and Pinta, are on the right.
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JOSHUA SLOCUM (1844-?1909).
American mariner. On the Juan Fernandez Islands in May 1896. Drawing, 1899.
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IGUANA.
Woodcut from Fernández de Oviedo's 'La historia general de las Indias,' 1547.
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HISTORY.
Logbook of the first voyage of Christopher Columbus, August 3, 1492, from Coleccion de los viages y Descubrimientos hicieron por que los espanoles Tues desde fines del siglo XV, by Martin Fernandez de Navarrete (1765-1844), 1825 . Full credit: De Agostini / G. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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HISTORY.
The first page of Christopher Columbus' log book (1451-1506), from Collection of travel and discoveries made ??by sea by the Spaniards from the late fifteenth century, by Martin Fernandez de Navarrete, 1825. Full credit: De Agostini / G. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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JUAN FERNANDEZ ISLANDS.
Commodore George Anson's tent on the island of Juan Fernandez in the South Pacific Ocean during the stay of his flotilla in 1741. Line engraving, English, 18th century.
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RED CROSS FUNDRAISER, 1917.
Actresses Frances Starr and Bijou Fernandez count money collected at the National Red Cross Pageant in Huntington, Long Island, 5 October 1917.
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HUMPHREY AND KINGS, 1964.
Vice President-elect Hubert Humphrey shaking hands with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as Coretta Scott King looks on, at a rally at the 369th Regiment Armory in Harlem, New York City. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez, December 1964.
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0107679
QUEIROS: RELATION.
Italian edition of Pedro Fernandez de Queiros' eighth 'Memorial' to Philip III of Spain, describing his voyages of 1606 to the lands to 'Terra Australis' in the South Pacific. Published at Milan, 1611.
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WEST INDIES: HOUSE.
A rectangular Indian house found on Hispaniola. Woodcut by Fernández de Oviedo, mid-16th century.
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0107683
QUEIROS: VOYAGES, 1612.
Woodcut from an edition of Pedro Fernandez de Queiros' travel writing published at Amsterdam, 1612.
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NEW YORK: GANG, c1959.
Teenage gang members of 'Mau Maus' arrested in fatal shooting of a Brooklyn youth. Left to right: Carl Cintron, Transit Patrolman Ernest Fatoruso, Carlos Reyes, Patrolman Frank Collins, Melvin Torres, and Israel Narvaes at the Poplar St. police station, New York City. Photographed by Orlando Fernandez, c1959.
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JOSÉ FERNÁNDEZ DE LIZARDI
(1776-1827). Mexican writer and patriot. Lithograph, Mexican, 19th century.
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0107690
QUEIROS: VOYAGES, 1613.
Woodcut from an edition of Pedro Fernandez de Queiros' travel writing published at Leipzig, 1613.
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SAINT JEROME (340-420).
Church scholar and translator. Saint Jerome as a hermit holding a stone and a skull, with a lion at his feet and a crucifix in the background. Painting by Navarrete el Mudo, 16th century.
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JOHN LINDSAY (1921-2000).
American congressman and mayor of New York City, 1965-1973. Photographed at his first public hearing on proposed executive capital budget, 16 February 1966. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez.
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JOHN LINDSAY (1920-2000).
American congressman and mayor of New York City, 1965-73. Lindsay carrying his proposed budget to a meeting. Photograph by Orlando Fernandez, April 1966.
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SPAIN: WEAPONS.
Various weapons of the 15th to 18th centuries on display at the Armory of the Royal Palace in Madrid, including the swords of Isabella the Catholic (left) and Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba (right), and a petronel with battle axe (upper left) and war hammer (right) of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. Photograph, late 19th century.
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SOCCER.
UEFA European Football Championship 1984, Final_tournament in France, final in Paris: France vs. Spain 2:0, Luis Fernandez (FRA) with cup, June 27, 1984.
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