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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1936.
A banner for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John Nance Garner for President and Vice President at Harwick, Vermont. Oil over a photograph, September 1936, by Carl Mydans.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Birthplace of Franklin in Boston, Mass. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
(1706-1790). American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Franklin's birthplace in Milk Street, Boston. Wood engraving, 19th century, after an 18th century engraving.
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SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE.
The edge of the burned district, corner of Franklin and Sacramento Streets, following the earthquake of 18 April 1906.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. 'Franklin escorted by his regiment' of militiamen upon his return to Philadelphia, 1756, after building several forts in the Pennsylvania frontier to protect against Native American raids. Wood engraving, American, 1848.
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BOSTON: ST. JAMES HOTEL.
The St. James Hotel at Franklin Square in 1869. Wood engraving from a contemporary American newspaper.
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NEW YORK TIMES, c1879.
Forty-one Park Row in lower Manhattan, built in 1858 for The New York Times. On the left is a statue of Benjamin Franklin. American photograph, c1879.
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0109801
FRANKLIN: WAY TO WEALTH.
Illustration of the saying, 'Pride is as loud a beggar as Want, and a great deal more saucy.' Engraving from an 1807 British edition of Benjamin Franklin's book of advice, 'Way to Wealth,' originally published in 1758.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Franklin as a young printer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Birthplace of Franklin in Boston, Massachusetts. Line engraving.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Franklin entering Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1723, eating a roll on Market Street and passing his future wife, Deborah Read Rogers. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Franklin passing by Deborah Read's door during his first visit to Philadelphia in 1723. Wood engraving, American, 1848.
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WASHINGTON: RESIDENCE.
President George Washington's residence, the building with a fence, in Franklin Square, New York, in 1789. Wood engraving, 1889.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Franklin's residence in 1760 at 7 Craven Street in London. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, 1929.
The marquee of Benjamin Franklin Keith's vaudeville theatre, the 'Palace,' 1929.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Birthplace of Franklin in Boston, Mass. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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FRANKLIN PIERCE
(1804-1869). 14th President of the United States. Inauguration parade down Pennsylvania Avenue in 1853 for President-elect Pierce. Wood engraving from a contemporary American newspaper.
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ELEVATED RAILROAD, 1878.
New York elevated railroad on Broadway at Franklin Square. Wood engraving, American, 1878.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1936.
A banner for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John Nance Garner for President and Vice President at Harwick, Vermont. Photograph by Carl Mydans, September 1936.
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NEW YORK: FIRE, 1853.
Ruins of buildings in Franklin Square, Lower Manhattan, after the fire, 10 December 1853. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
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W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. Franklin Pangborn (left) as the bank examiner and W.C. Fields in the title role of 'The Bank Dick,' 1940.
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DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
John Nixon announces the Declaration of Independence at the State House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 8 July 1776. Thomas Jefferson leans against the right pillar of the door with Benjamin Franklin to his left. Steel engraving, American, 19th century.
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PHILADELPHIA: LIBRARY, 1799.
Library Company of Philadelphia (founded by Benjamin Franklin, whose statue stands in the niche above the door) and Surgeon's Hall on Fifth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Line engraving, 1799, by William Birch & Son.
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ALGERIA.
An elderly woman carries food in a basket through town. Franklin Price Knott.
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KAIRWAN, TUNISIA.
Tunisian men sip coffee and exchange news in front of a shop. Franklin Price Knott.
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FRANKLIN ROADSTER.
Two women seated in a 1902 Franklin roadster on Riverside Drive, New York City. Photograph, 1903.
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FRANKLIN ROADSTER, 1903.
Two women seated in a 1902 Franklin roadster on Riverside Drive, with large house visible beyond. Photograph, 1903.
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TUNISIA.
A carrot peddler walks his donkey to the market. Franklin Price Knott.
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NEW YORK: NEAR CITY HALL.
Crowded street near City Hall, New York City. Trolley, horse-drawn carriage and statue of Benjamin Franklin are visible. Photograph, c1900.