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ARCHIBALD FORBES (1838-1900).
British war correspondent for the London Daily News. Engraving, English, 1871.
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WILLIAM FORBES GATACRE
(1843-1906). British Army officer. Photograph, 1900.
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DANCERS, 19th CENTURY.
Dancers Laura le Claire and Lottie Forbes. Photographed by Mathew Brady or one of his assistants, 19th century.
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BASEBALL GAME, c1912.
A major league baseball game viewed from the bleachers at Forbes Field, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, c1912.
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WORLD WAR I.
Theatre of war, western front 1916, Verdun: The Forbes creek on the foot of height Le Mort Homme, spring 1916.
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BLENNERHASSETT ISLAND.
A view of Blennerhassett Island on the Ohio River in present-day West Virginia, the staging ground for Aaron Burr's ill-fated expedition of 1806. Steel engraving, American, c1850, after a sketch by Lizzie Forbes.
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CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG, 1863.
Retreat of the Confederate Army over the Potomac River near Williamsport, Maryland. Painting by Edwin Forbes, between 1865 and 1895.
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CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG.
The Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863. Union forces behind the breastworks on Culp's Hill, repulsing the attack of Johnson's Division. Oil on canvas by Edwin Forbes.
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0168449
CIVIL WAR: PONTOON BRIDGE.
Union Army troops under General John Charles Fremont on a pontoon bridge crossing the north fork of the Shenandoah at Mount Jackson, Virginia. Pencil drawing by Edwin Forbes, 5 June 1862.
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0151921
MALCOLM FORBES.
Malcolm Forbes (1919-1990) american publisher , here with Bob Guccione, director of Penthouse magazine. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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MALCOLM FORBES.
Malcolm Forbes, publisher of a Business Magazine , here in the 80's Malcom. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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PITTSBURGH: FORBES FIELD.
Crowd in the bleachers section at a baseball game at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photograph, c1910.
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CIVIL WAR: SOLDIERS.
'Pickets Trading Between the Lines.' Pencil drawing by Edwin Forbes (1839-1895).
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CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG, 1863.
Attack on Little Round Top at the Battle of Gettysburg, Virginia. Painting by Edwin Forbes, between 1865 and 1895.
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BATTLE OF KERNSTOWN, 1862.
View of the First Battle of Kernstown in Virginia during the Civil War. Drawing by Edwin Forbes,
March 1862.
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JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON
(1853-1937). British actor and theatre manager. Photograph by W. & D. Downey, c1892.
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0183826
OKLAHOMA LAND RUSH, 1893.
'The Start.' Homestead claimants waiting for the opening of the Cherokee Strip, Oklahoma Territory, on 16 September 1893. Photograph by Alexander A. Forbes, 1893.
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BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, 1863.
The charge of Confederate General Richard Stoddert Ewell's corps on Cemetery Gate in Gettysburg, July 2, 1863: oil on canvas, c. 1866-70, by Edwin Forbes after his eyewitness drawing.
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0090459
CIVIL WAR: CAVALRY CHARGE.
Cavalry charge near Rappahannock Station, Virginia, 1864, during the American Civil War. Contemporary pencil drawing by Edwin Forbes.
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0269008
CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG, 1863.
View from the summit of Little Round Top during the Battle of Gettysburg. Painting by Edwin Forbes, between 1865 and 1895.
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MEN, c1900.
Group portrait of six young men, photographed by the studio of Forbes & Company in Glasgow, c1900.
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0086848
CIVIL WAR: CAVALRY CHARGE.
Civil War battle scene. Pencil drawing, c1876, by Edwin Forbes.
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0068166
DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN BUTTON.
Button from the 2004 Democratic presidential campaign of John Kerry.
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0012174
CIVIL WAR: SOLDIER.
'News From Home.' Pencil drawing, 1863, by Edwin Forbes (1839-1895).
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0217024
PITTSBURGH: FORBES FIELD.
Crowd in the bleachers section at a baseball game at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photograph, c1910.
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0042555
CIVIL WAR SOLDIER, 1863.
'A Yankee Volunteer.' Pencil drawing, 1863, by Edwin Forbes (1839-1895).
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0175748
LAGONDA ADVERTISEMENT.
Poster for Lagonda Agriculture Works in Ohio, featuring farmers and harvesting machinery. Lithograph by Edwin Forbes, c1859.
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0268766
CIVIL WAR: SOLDIER, 1863.
An American soldier reading news from home. Drawing by Edwin Forbes, 1863.
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0268011
CIVIL WAR: BRANDY STATION.
Cavalry charge near Brandy Station, Virginia, during the Battle of Brandy Station, June 9 1863. Drawing by Edwin Forbes, 1864.
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0269010
CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG, 1863.
Last stand of the Confederate Army at the Battle of Gettysburg, Virginia. Painting by Edwin Forbes, between 1865 and 1895.
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SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL.
Sir Ralph Richardson as Sir Peter Teazle, Charles Lloyd Park as Crabtree, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies as Mrs. Candour, Geraldine McEwan as Lady Teazle, Peter Barkworth as Backbite, and Muriel Forbes as Lady Sneerwell in a London, England, production of Richard B. Sheridan, late 1950s.
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0269007
CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG, 1863.
Confederate Major General Edward Johnson's division on the breatsworks of Culp's Hill, defended by General Slocum's Union division. Painting by Edwin Forbes, between 1865 and 1895.
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0053439
SECOND BULL RUN, 1862.
Second Battle of Bull Run, 20 August 1862. Contemporary pencil drawing by E. Forbes.
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0076070
THE SANCTUARY, 1863.
A Southern slave family coming in sight of the fortified lines of the Union Army. Drawing, 1863, by Edwin Forbes.
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0092928
HEAD OF BULL, 1871.
Head of Jersey bull 'Wachusett.' Wood engraving, 1871, after a drawing by Edwin Forbes.
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0268667
CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG.
General Pickett's charge on the Union center at the Grove of Trees during the Battle of Gettysburg. Painting by Edwin Forbes, mid to late 19th century.
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0113759
FRENCH & INDIAN WAR, 1758.
Plan by George Washington for an expedition led by General John Forbes during the French and Indian War, October 1758.
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN
(1809-1865). 'President Lincoln reviewing the Army of the Potomac on Monday, April 6, 1863.' Drawing by Edwin Forbes.
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0065433
EDWARD FORBES (1815-1854).
English naturalist and paleontologist. Line engraving, 1854.
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0049603
J. FORBES-ROBINSON.
(1853-1937). English actor. Watercolor, 1895, by 'Spy' (Sir Leslie Ward).
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