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MARCUS ALONZO HANNA
(1837-1904). American businessman and politician. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0060094
JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN
(1837-1913). American banker and financier. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0354382
JAMES FLEMING (1830-1908).
Irish clergyman and Canon of York Cathedral. Photograph by W. & D. Downey, c1891.
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0634154
FILM: THE AWAKENING, 1928.
American black and white film. Vilma BŠnky as Marie Ducrot in 'The Awakening,' directed by Victor Fleming. Film still, 1928.
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0622833
JAMES FLEMING FAGAN
(1828-1893). American military officer and Confederate major general during the American Civil War. Photograph, c1865.
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0071378
SIR SANDFORD FLEMING
(1827-1915). Canadian (Scottish born) railroad engineer).
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0202902
JOY FLEMING.
Fleming, Joy - Singer, Blues, Jazz, Pop, Germany - 01.11.1991 No-commercial-use! .
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0131498
AMPUTATION, 1726.
Amputation of wounded limbs at a field hospital. Copper engraving from Hans Friedrich von Flemming's 'The Perfect German Soldier,' Leipzig, 1726.
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0054765
BENJAMIN RYAN TILLMAN
(1847-1918). Nicknamed, "Pitchfork Ben". American politician and legislator. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0104761
BOOKSHOP, 1902.
Interior of an old bookshop on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. Drawing, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0065705
D.C.: WOMAN DRIVER, 1902.
A cabinet officer's daughter automobiling on Connecticut Avenue in Washington, D.C. Drawing, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0120874
THUNDERBALL, 1965.
Left to right: Sean Connery as James Bond, Claudine Auger as Domino, and Adolfo Celi as Emilio Largo, gambling in a casino in a scene from the 1965 film 'Thunderball,' based on the Ian Fleming novel of the same name.
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BENJAMIN RYAN TILLMAN
(1847-1918). Nicknamed, 'Pitchfork Ben.' American legislator. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0034611
JOHN MILTON HAY (1838-1905).
American statesman and author. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0267519
GOLDFINGER, 1964.
English writer Ian Fleming with English actors Sean Connery and Shirley Eaton and on set of the James Bond film 'Goldfinger.' Photograph, 1964. Full credit: DILTZ - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0526473
NOBEL PRIZE, 1945.
The Nobel Prize awarded to Alexander Fleming in 1945, for the discovery of penicillin. Full credit:
Edimedia/WHA/Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC.
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0352866
UNCLE SAM, 1902.
'Uncle Sam greets Cuba.' Cartoon by Thomas Fleming, 1902.
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0047101
DEPEW AND LODGE.
Senators Chauncey Mitchell Depew (1834-1928) and Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924) on their way to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Drawing, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0018228
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING
(1881-1955).
Scottish bacteriologist.
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0020504
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING
(1881-1955). Scottish bacteriologist. Pencil, 1944, by Helen McDougall Campbell.
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0065005
FLEMING'S WHISKEY, 1895.
American magazine advertisement, 1895.
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0121778
GONE WITH THE WIND, 1939.
Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara and Clark Gable as Rhett Butler in the film 'Gone with the Wind' directed by Victor Fleming, 1939, after Margaret Mitchell's novel.
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0164620
IAN FLEMING (1908-1964).
English novelist and creator of James Bond. Photograph by Horst Tappe, 1963.
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0164618
IAN FLEMING (1908-1964).
English novelist and creator of James Bond. Photograph by Horst Tappe, 1963.
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0017336
MARCUS ALONZO HANNA
(1837-1904). American businessman and politician. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0005745
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING
(1881-1955). Scottish bacteriologist. Fleming demonstrating penicillin's ability to diffuse which, he said, 'makes it effective and superior to other antibiotics.' Photograph, 1920s.
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0006581
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING
(1881-1955). Scottish bacteriologist.
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0097964
WASHINGTON: CAPITOL, 1814.
The Capitol at Washington, D.C. in 1814. Drawing, 1902, by Thomas Fleming, after a contemporary print.
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0017337
ANDREW CARNEGIE (1835-1919).
American industrialist. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0009181
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING
(1881-1955) in his last laboratory at the Wright Fleming Institute, 1954.
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0006582
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING
(1881-1955). Scottish bacteriologist. Photographed in 1954 in his last laboratory at the Wright-Fleming Institute.
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0040819
IAN FLEMING (1908-1964).
English novelist and creator of James Bond. With Sean Connery on the set of 'From Russia With Love, 1963.
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0339432
HISTORY.
German soldiers on the lookout with gas masks and armor, August 1917, watercolour by Fleming. World War I, 20th century. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0047100
DEPEW AND LODGE, 1902.
Senators Chauncey Mitchell Depew (1834-1928) and Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924) on their way to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Drawing, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0068087
CANADIAN POSTAGE STAMP.
The three-penny 'Beaver,' the first Canadian postage stamp, designed by Sir Sandford Fleming and issued on 23 April 1851.
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0005710
JOHN AMBROSE FLEMING
(1849-1945). English electrical engineer.
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0122862
FILM: THUNDERBALL, 1965.
Sean Connery, left as James Bond in 'Thunderball' directed by Terence Young, 1965.
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0250345
LOS ALTOS, GUATEMALA.
A Guatemalan Indian woman dressed in native woven cloth with child. John Fleming.
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0068652
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING
(1881-1955). Scottish bacteriologist. Fleming (left) taking some of the new Wyeth penicillin tablets as Alfred Barol of the Wyeth Institute looks on.
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0016237
KENNEDY-NIXON DEBATE, 1960.
The first presidential debate (and the first televised debate) between Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon, moderated by Howard K. Smith, during the 1960 presidential election. Photograph, 26 September 1960.
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