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JOHNSON & RUTH, 1922.
American baseball executive Ban Johnson (left) smoking cigars at a baseball game in Washington, D.C, with New York Yankees star Babe Ruth, 12 April 1922.
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PROVINCIAL CONGRESS, 1774.
Broadside, 5 December 1774, from the Provincial Congress at Cambridge, Massachusetts, with extract of minutes from the Continental Congress, declaring a ban on goods from Great Britain, Ireland or British plantations in the colonies.
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CHARLES BRADLAUGH
(1833-1891). English reformer. Bradlaugh denied entrance to the House of Commons after refusing to take the religious Oath of Allegiance, 1880. Contemporary English engraving.
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CARTOON: NUCLEAR TEST BAN, 1962. 'He's driving me nuts - I'm on the verge of blowing my top.' Cartoon comment on the Soviet Union's delay in signing the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. Cartoon by Edmund Valtman, 21 April 1962.
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MALALA YOUSAFZAI (1997-).
Pakistani education activist and Nobel Prize laureate. With United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon. Photograph, 12 July 2013. Full Credit: ullstein bild - snapshot-photography / Future Image/Van Tine / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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PEOPLE.
Germany Berlin Reinickendorf: sign at a playground: Forbidden for German kids (only for allied)- 1952 /english>.
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BYRON BANCROFT JOHNSON
(1864-1931). Known as 'Ban'. American baseball executive.
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HENRY VIII: PROCLAMATION.
Proclamation by King Henry VIII of England, banning the use of Tyndale's Bible in churches, 1530.
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WWII: CARELESS TALK POSTER.
American poster warning that careless communication may be harmful to the war effort. Silkscreen, 1943.
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SCOPES TRIAL CARTOON, 1925.
'When Shall We Three Meet Again?' Cartoon from an American newspaper, 1925, shortly after the close of the Scopes 'monkey' trial on the teaching of evolution in publicly supported schools; William Jennings Bryan is at left and Clarence Darrow at right.
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CONCENTRATION CAMP SIGN.
Sign posted near the entrance of a Nazi concentration camp in German-occupied Poland during World War II, forbidding the taking of photographs, 1940-44.
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GEORGES POUJOULY AND BRIGITTE FOSSEY.
Young comedians Georges Poujouly and Brigitte Fossey, heroes of film The Forbidden Games here at Lyons Club april 25, 1953. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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HENRY MILLER (1891-1980).
Cover of the first edition of Henry Miller's 'Tropic of Cancer,' published by Obelisk Press in Paris, France, 1934, not to be imported into Great Britain or U.S.A.
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ROOSEVELT CARTOON, c1916.
Former president Theodore Roosevelt pounds his fist on a podium and shouts 'Suppress Them!' while the personification of History, standing behind him, calls him a fool. American cartoon by Boardman Robinson, c1916.
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CLARENCE DARROW (1857-1938).
American lawyer; reading his mail during a lull in the Scopes Trial at Dayton, Tennessee, July 18, 1925.
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THE FOUR SEASONS, 1965.
Alan Bates and Diane Cilento in the play 'The Four Seasons' by Arnold Wesker at the Saville Theatre, London, England, 1965.
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WORLD WAR II: PRISONERS.
American soldiers (faces obscured by wartime censors) taken prisoner by German forces in Belgium. Photographed December 1944.
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IMPRESSMENT OF SEAMEN.
Proclamation, 8 July 1807, by President Thomas Jefferson, barring British warships from American harbors, following the British firing on the USS 'Chesapeake.'
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CARTOON: CENSORSHIP, 1862.
Cartoon depicting journalists in a stormy sea of censorship enforced by the police (right) and Bismarck (left). German cartoon, 1862.
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CENSORSHIP CARTOON, 1929.
Cartoon by Rollin Kirby for the New York 'World,' 1929. The Massachusetts book laws and the New England Watch and Ward Society had made 'Banned in Boston' a famous phrase throughout the world.
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JOHNSON & RUTH, 1922.
American baseball executive Ban Johnson (left) smoking cigars at a baseball game in Washington, D.C, with New York Yankees star Babe Ruth, 12 April 1922.
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WORLD WAR II: CARTOON, 1945.
Playing card, King of diamonds, showing Adolf Hitler and Josef Goebbels burning books, and three men hanging. Cartoon by Arias Bernal, 1945.
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CATHOLICISM: CENSORSHIP.
Dominican friar overseeing the burning of heretical works, under the Latin banner, 'One God, One Faith, One Baptism.' Oil on wood, Spanish, probably 15th century.
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JOHN T. SCOPES (1900-1970).
American educator. Waiting on the courthouse lawn in Dayton, Tennessee in July 1925 are (left to right): John T. Godsey, lawyer for Scopes; Dr. John R. Neal, Scopes' leading counsel; John T. Scopes; and George Rappleyea.
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HISTORY.
Letter on the censorship of books in the Italian territories which were subjects of Maria Theresa of Austria, Vienna, 23 January 1769. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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ANTHONY COMSTOCK
(1844-1915). American reformer. 'Historic Affinities.' Cartoon, 1911, by Otho Cushing, showing Comstock dallying with Sappho.
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WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
(1860-1925). American laywer and political leader. Cartoon, 1925, by Rollin Kirby from the New York "World" at the time of the Scopes trial.
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GERMANY: DEGENERATE ART.
German poster by Rudolf Hermann for the 1938 exhibition of "Entartete Kunst" (Degenerate Art) in Hamburg.
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W.J. BRYAN CARTOON, 1925.
William Jennings Bryan caricatured at the height of the Scopes Trial a week before his death in 1925.
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SCOPES TRIAL, 1925.
Front page of the Des Moines Register, 21 July 1925, reporting on defense lawyer Clarence Darrow's interrogation of William Jennings Bryan during the Scopes 'monkey' trial in Dayton, Tennessee, a case prompted by a state law prohibiting the teaching of evolution in public schools.
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MEXICO: TEOTIHUACAN CENSOR.
Clay censor by the Teotihuacan culture, Mexico, 2nd century B.C. - 8th century A.D.
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MEXICO: TEOTIHUACAN CENSOR.
Modeled clay censor representing the god, Quetzalcoatl seated on a throne, holding a symbolic feathered serpent. By the Teotihuacan culture, Mexico, 500-650 A.D.
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SCOPES TRIAL, 1925.
Clarence Darrow (left) and William Jennings Bryan during a lull in the Scopes Trial at Dayton, Tennessee, in 1925.
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JOHN T. SCOPES (1900-1970).
American educator. Scopes (right) photographed with his attorney, John R. Neal, at the time of his trial for violating a Tennessee state law prohibiting the teaching of evolution in public schools, 1925.
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CENSORSHIP: ALLEGORY.
An allegorical representation of censorship. Line engraving, French, after Charles Joseph Travies de Villers (1804-1859).
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ANTHONY COMSTOCK
(1844-1915). American reformer. 'A Popular Eviction.' Cartoon, 1906, after Comstock's raid on the Art Students' League, showing Public Opinion booting him on behalf of the artists.
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CENSORSHIP SEAL, 1873.
The seal of the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, founded in 1873. On the left, the purveyor of obscenity is being thrust into a cell; while on the right a Christian layman consigns infamous volumes to the flames.
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JERUSALEM: POLICE SEARCH.
A police officer searching Arab men for arms near the Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem, in accordance with a ban on the carrying of weapons, 1929.
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SCOPES TRIAL CARTOON, 1925.
'Gathering Data for the Tennessee [Scopes] Trial': American cartoon, 1925, by Rollin Kirby suggesting a possible research method for William Jennings Bryan, prosecuting attorney in the case against John Scopes, the high school biology teacher charged with violating state law by teaching evolution in a public school.
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ANTHONY COMSTOCK
(1844-1915). American reformer. 'When Anthony Comstock shall have his way.' Cartoon, 1897.
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