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CATHERINE FLOYD (1767-1832).
Daughter of Colonel William Floyd of New York. Miniature, 1783, by Charles Willson Peale.
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JOHN B. FLOYD (1806-1863).
American statesman. Secretary of War, Governor of Virginia, and Confederate General. Photograph, c1860.
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SUFFRAGETTE MEETING.
American suffragettes in conference at 14 Jackson Place in Washington, D.C. Left to right: Dora Lewis, Pauline Floyd and Alice Paul. Photographed between 1909 and 1920.
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NEW YORK AIRPORTS, c1936.
Poster for the New York airports at Floyd Bennett Field and North Beach and the East River Seaplane bases. Silkscreen poster, c1936.
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SPORTS.
Germany, Berlin - participants of the first six day race - sitting in front: John Stol (Netherlands). First row from the left: Max Heiny (Germany), Leon Georget (France), Oskar Peter (Germany), Walter de Mara (USA), Edmond or Lucien Jaquelin II (France), Floyd Mac Farland (USA), James H. Jim Moran (USA), Henri Contenet (France), Edmond oder Lucien
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DOUGLAS CORRIGAN (1907-1995).
Nicknamed 'Wrong Way.' American aviator. Photographed next to his 1929 model Curtiss Robin at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, New York, after making a transcontinental flight from Long Beach, California, July 1938; days later, when he was supposed to fly back to California, he instead flew across the Atlantic to Ireland.
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SHARECROPPER HOME, c1935.
Home of cotton sharecropper Floyd Borroughs. Hale County, Alabama. Photograph by Walker Evans, c1935-1936.
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ALABAMA: FAMILY, 1936.
Floyd Burroughs, a cotton sharecropper, and the Tingle children, outside a home in Hale County, Alabama. Photograph by Walker Evans, Summer 1936.
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CHARLES ARTHUR FLOYD (1901-1934).
Known as 'Pretty Boy' Floyd. American bankrobber.
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DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
The signing of the Declaration of Independence in Congress, at the Independence Hall, Philadelphia, 4 July 1776. Oil on canvas by John Trumbull.
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WORLD WAR I: AERIAL COMBAT.
An Allied fighter plane about to crash into a block of war-damaged houses in France while pursued by a German fighter during World War I. Illustration by Clayton Knight from 'The Red Knight of Germany,' a biography of German World War I flying ace Manfred von Richthofen, by American journalist Floyd Phillips Gibbons, 1927.
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CHARLES ARTHUR FLOYD
(1904-1934). Known as 'Pretty Boy' Floyd. American gangster and bank robber. Police drawing, 1931.
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CHARLES ARTHUR FLOYD
(1901-1934). 'Pretty Boy' Floyd. American bank robber. Photograph, c1934.
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OWEN DAVIS (1874-1956).
American playwright and screenwriter. Photographed with Floyd Parsons, Francis Wurzburg, and Francis Crowninshield at a golf tournament in Palm Beach, Florida, 29 January 1931.
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RED KNIGHT OF GERMANY, 1927.
Title page from 'The Red Knight of Germany,' a biography of German World War I flying ace Manfred von Richthofen, known as the Red Baron, by American journalist Floyd Phillips Gibbons, 1927.
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MARCH ON WASHINGTON, 1963.
President John F. Kennedy meeting with civil rights leaders after the March on Washington. Left to right: Willard Wirtz, Floyd McKissick, Mathew Ahmann, Whitney Young, Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, Rabbi Joachim Prinz, Reverend Eugene Carson Blake, A. Philip Randolph, Walter Reuther, Lyndon Johnson, and Roy Wilkins.
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RICHARD EVELYN BYRD (1888-1957). American polar explorer. Byrd, left, with Floyd Bennett.
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DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
Portraits and autographs of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, 4 July 1776.
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TEXTILE WORKER HOUSING.
Housing for the workers at the Floyd Cotton Mill in Rome, Georgia. Photograph by Lewis Hine, April 1913.
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DANCE: FANCY FREE, 1944.
Paula Floyd, Muriel Bentley, Jerome Robbins, John Kriza and Michael Kidd in the ballet 'Fancy Free,' 1944.
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WORLD WAR I: AERIAL COMBAT.
A German fighter plane fires into the bottom of an aircraft being flown by Welsh flying ace Lionel Wilmot Brabazon Rees of the Royal Flying Corps during World War I, c1916. Illustration by Clayton Knight from 'The Red Knight of Germany,' 1927.
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OHIO: UFO, 1966.
Drawing of a flying saucer allegedly sited by Dale Spaur, deputy sheriff of Portage County, Ohio, in 1966. Spaur claims the UFO identified itself to him as 'Floyd.'
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JOHN BUCHANAN FLOYD
(1806-1863). American politician. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
The signing of the Declaration of Independence in Congress, at the Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 4 July 1776. Steel engraving, 19th century, after the painting by John Trumbull.
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MUHAMMAD ALI (1942-2016).
NÚ Cassius Clay. American heavyweight boxer. Photographed during his fight against Floyd Patterson in Las Vegas, Nevada, 1965.
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CHARLES ARTHUR FLOYD
(1904-1934). Known as 'Pretty Boy' Floyd. American gangster and bank robber. A deceased Floyd being fingerprinted at a morgue in East Liverpool, Ohio following his fatal shooting by police on 22 October 1934.
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WILLIAM H. BONNEY
(1859-1881). Known as Billy the Kid. American desperado. Billy the Kid is shot dead by Sheriff Pat Garrett in a darkened room at the Maxwell ranch, near Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on the night of 14 July 1881. Wood engraving from Garrett's 'An Authentic Life of Billy the Kid,' 1882.
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NEGRO LEAGUES, 1924.
The Kansas City Monarchs and the Hilldale Club at the Colored World Series held at Muehlebach Park in Kansas City, Missouri. Photograph, October 1924.
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JOHN CHAPMAN (1774-1845).
American pioneer known as 'Johnny Appleseed.' Illustration by Floyd MacMillan Davis (1896-1966).
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DECLARATION: SIGNATURES.
First page of signatures on the Declaration of Independence.
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FLOYD PATTERSON (1935-2006).
American heavyweight pugilist.
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NEW YORK: BROADWAY, 1909.
Looking north at the east side of Broadway at 47th Street and Longacre Square, 1909.
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WILLIAM H. BONNEY
(1859-1881). Known as Billy the Kid. American desperado. Cover of 'An Authentic Life of Billy the Kid,' by Sheriff Pat Garrett, 1882.
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FIREFIGHTER TRAINING, 1950s.
Two U.S. Navy firefighters getting washed down with water after extinguishing a fire on an airplane during their training at Floyd Bennett Field in New York, 1950s.
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DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
The signing of the Declaration of Independence in Congress, at the Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 4 July 1776. Oil on canvas by John Trumbull.
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WORLD WAR I: AERIAL COMBAT.
A wing of German flying ace Oswald Boelcke's biplane (right) is damaged in a collision with that of squadron member Erwin B÷hme during a dogfight with British pilots in World War I, sending Boelcke to his fatal crash near Douai, France, 28 October 1916. Illustration by Clayton Knight from 'The Red Knight of Germany,' 1927.
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MANFRED VON RICHTHOFEN
(1892-1918). Known as the Red Baron. German aviator. Richthofen calling the pilot's attention to his downing of an Allied fighter plane over France while serving as an observer during World War I, c1915. Illustration by Clayton Knight from 'The Red Knight of Germany,' a biography by American journalist Floyd Phillips Gibbons, 1927.
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HOWARD HUGHES (1905-1976).
American industrialist, aviator, and film producer. Hughes (center) photographed with Grover Whalen, President of the New York World's Fair (left), and Al Lodwick, Hughes' flight manager and press agent, after arriving at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, New York, at the conclusion of his flight around the world, 14 July 1938.
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HOWARD HUGHES (1905-1976).
American industrialist, aviator, and film producer. Being greeted by crowds of New Yorkers after arriving with his crew at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn at the conclusion of their flight around the world, which they completed in under four days, 14 July 1938.
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JOS╔ QUINTERO (1924-1999).
American (Panamanian-born) theatrical director. Photographed during a rehearsal for a production of the Carlisle Floyd opera 'Susannah,' 1965.
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