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U.S. FLAG, 19th CENTURY.
Raising the United States flag: wood engraving,
WORLD WAR I CARTOON, c1915.
'May the Sparks Never Reach It!'. Cartoon by Oscar Cesare from The Sun newspaper from New York, c1915, expressing hope that the United States could avoid participating in the conflict then raging in Europe.
POSTER: WORLD WAR I, 1917.
'Many Peoples - One Nation. Let Us Unite to Americanize America.' Nationalist poster printed and published by Ray Greenleaf during World War I, 1917.
POSTER: ANTI-WAR, c1975.
Anti-war poster of an American flag with war planes for stars and rifles for stripes, c1975.
POSTER: ANTI-WAR, c1975.
'Send our boys home.' Anti-war poster of an American flag with a black box in place of the stars, c1975.
FLAG FORMATION, c1917.
U.S. Navy sailors in the formation of an American flag. Photograph, c1917.
CALIFORNIA: STATE FLAG.
Flag of the state of California. Full credit: ullsteinbild - Keith / Granger, NYC -- All right
Independant national flag of Tibet, 2008.
FORT MOULTRIE BATTLE, 1776.
The guns of Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, near Charleston, South Carolina, repelling a British squadron on 28 June 1776. Wood engraving, American, 1844.
NEW ORLEANS: SCHOOL.
The Abraham Lincoln School for Freedmen in New Orleans, Louisiana during the Reconstruction era. Color wood engraving.
POSTER: FLAG DAY, 1939.
Poster advertising a flag day celebration in Elmhurst, Illinois, 18 June 1939.
POSTER: FLAG DAY, 1917.
Poster for Flag Day, celebrated on 14 June 1917.
DANUBE DELTA: SOVIET SHIP.
Flag on a Soviet ship in the Danube River delta, Romania or Ukraine. Photographed c1974.
HITLER AND SA, 1930s.
Adolf Hitler, with SA troops, holding the bloodied swastika flag from the 'Beer Hall Putsch,' the failed Nazi uprising at Munich, Germany, of 9 November 1923, at a commemoration of the event in the early 1930s.
DEATH CAMP SURVIVORS, 1945.
The town hall of a small French town displaying the flags of the Allied powers and a banner honoring French survivors of the Nazi concentration camp at Ravensbrück, Germany, at the time of their return to France at the end of World War II, May 1945.
FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary Commander, at the Battle of Eutaw Springs in 1781. Color stipple engraving.
SLAVE MARCH, 1835.
'The Domestic Slave-Trade.' A band of slaves marched into town for sale. Engraving from an American abolitionist publication, 1835.
APOLLO 11 LANDING, 1969.
The American flag on the surface of the moon, photographed from inside the lunar module during the Apollo 11 mission, 1969.
RED CROSS POSTER, c1917.
Poster for the American Red Cross with nurses between the flags of China and America. Lithograph, c1917.
FLAG GATE, C1876.
Gate originally stood at the Darling Farm in Jefferson County, New York. Wood and metal gate, c1876.
FRENCH REVOLUTION: FLAGS.
Banners of the National Guard blessed in Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, 27 September 1789. Contemporary watercolor by an unknown artist.
The pirate Bartholomew Roberts. Colored English woodcut, 1725.
FRANCE: REVOLUTION, 1848.
Barricade on the Boulevard Montmarte in Paris at the outbreak of the Revolution of 1848. Contemporary colored engraving.
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., c1940.
A member of the Civilian Conservation Corps saluting the flag. Photograph, c1940.
WWII: HOMEFRONT, 1943.
A service flag in the window of a home in Oswego, New York. Photograph by Marjory Collins, 1942.
AMERICAN FLAG COSTUME, 1917.
Opera singer Fely Clement wearing a liberty cap and draped in the American flag. Photograph, 1917.
WORLD WAR II: IWO JIMA.
The raising of the first flag on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, 23 February 1945. The soldiers are Sergeant Henry Hansen (without helmet), Sergeant Ernest Thomas (seated by flagpole), Corporal Charles Lindberg (standing at right), and Private First Class James Michels (on guard with carbine).
HUDSON BAY MAP, 1722.
Engraved French chart, 1722, of northern Canada, featuring Hudson Bay.
LITTLE BIGHORN, 1876.
Custer's Last Fight. Wood engraving, 1894, after A.R. Waud.
WORLD WAR II: IWO JIMA, 1945.
United States Marines saluting an American flag after the proclamation of occupation and declaration of suspension of Japanese authority is read in the Volcano Islands, Japan. Photograph, 14 March 1945.
HASSAM: AVENUE IN THE RAIN.
'The Avenue in the Rain.' Oil on canvas by Childe Hassam, 1917.
OLD GLORY, c1915.
American flag, photographed c1915.
Flag of the Republic of Colombia.
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Christ in Limbo resurrecting the elect, Life of Christ (15th century), frescoes, Chapel of St Sebastian, Villard-de-Lans, Rhone-Alpes, France. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reser
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
View of the Magno Palazzo (16th century), Buonconsiglio Castle, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy. Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
CARTOON: LABOR, 1943.
'1943 Parade.' American cartoon commenting on the growing number of women in factories and in the armed forces as a result of the war. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1943.
CENTRAL PARK, 1867.
Riding on camels in Central Park, New York City. Wood engraving from an American newspaper of 1867.
HASSAM: ALLIED FLAGS, 1917.
Childe Hassam: Allied Flags, Union League Club.
Oil on canvas, 1917. The man carrying a portfolio is the artist.
THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER.
The 15-star American flag that flew over Fort McHenry in Baltimore Harbor, September 1814, and inspired Francis Scott Key to write 'The Star Spangled Banner.' Photograph, 1914.
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