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JAMES FRASER (1818-1885).
Anglican bishop of Manchester, England. Marble effigy of Fraser at Manchester Cathedral. Engraving, English, 1887.
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JAMES FRASER (1818-1885).
Bishop of Manchester. Wood engraving, English, 1885.
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SIMON FRASER (c1667-1747).
11th Baron Lovat. Scottish Jacobite. Line engraving, mid 19th century.
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SIMON FRASER (c1667-1747).
11th Baron Lovat. Scottish Jacobite. The execution of Fraser on Tower Hill, London, 9 April 1747 for high treason. Contemporary English etching.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. White marble sculpture by James Earle Fraser in the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. White marble sculpture by James Earle Fraser in the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia.
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GOLF: CLUBHOUSE, 2000.
The locker room in the Golf Clubhouse and Equipment Building on the Plattsburgh Air Force Base in Plattsburgh, New York. Photograph by Clayton Fraser, 2000.
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NATIVE AMERICANS: FLATHEADS.
Flathead Native Americans of the Fraser River country of British Columbia. Wood engraving, late 19th century.
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CHAMPIONNATS OF FRANCE OF NATATION.
Australian swimmers participating to the Swimming Championships in : here australian champion Dawn Fraser, and french champion Heda Frost at the Georges Vallerey swimming pool in Cardiff, Wales august 03, 1958. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved. 
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HAROLD PINTER.
Harold Pinter (b.1930) english playwright, Literature Nobel Prize in2005, here with his wife Antonia Fraser on december 6, 1981. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
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SIMON FRASER (1776-1862).
Canadian fur trader and explorer. Undated miniature painting.
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'THE BEGGAR'S OPERA', 1920.
Sheet music cover using a design by Clovat Fraser from a 1920 London production of John Gay's "The Beggar's Opera", 1728.
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GOLF: CLUBHOUSE, 2000.
The lounge in the Golf Clubhouse and Equipment Building on the Plattsburgh Air Force Base in Plattsburgh, New York. Photograph by Clayton Fraser, 2000.
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SIMON FRASER (1667?-1747).
11th Baron Lovat. Scottish Jacobite intriguer. Etching, 1746, by William Hogarth.
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SIMON FRASER (1776-1862).
Canadian fur trader and explorer. Pen and ink drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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STEPHEN VAN RENSSELAER
(1764-1839). American soldier and politician. Steel engraving, 1835, after a miniature by Charles Fraser.
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SIMON FRASER (1776-1862).
Canadian fur trader and explorer. Simon Fraser exploring the river bearing his name in present-day British Columbia, Canada, in 1808. Pen-and-ink drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790).
American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. White marble sculpture by James Earle Fraser in the rotunda of the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia.
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GOLF: CLUBHOUSE, 2000.
The dining room in the Golf Clubhouse and Equipment Building on the Plattsburgh Air Force Base in Plattsburgh, New York. Photograph by Clayton Fraser, 2000.
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COSTA RICA.
A bunch of plantains hangs from its tree. Edwin R. Fraser.
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PORT LIMON, COSTA RICA.
Several laborers transfer bananas from rail cars to a ship. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
Men stand with piles of stacked bananas awaiting rail transport. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
Laborers cut banana bunches from trees adjacent to train tracks. Edwin R. Fraser.
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ARTWORK.
The design for the reverse of the World War I victory medal given to American soldiers, by James Earle Fraser, 1919. No Credit Given.
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COSTA RICA.
A laborer uses a machete on a pole to cut bananas from a tree. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
A man stands in a grove of Chinese dwarf guineo trees. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
Laborers cut bunches of bananas from trees adjacent to train tracks. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
A dense forest of banana trees. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
A stem and flowers of a banana tree. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
Men work to repair train tracks washed out by heavy rain. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
Men prepare to load bananas on a raft to transport to the railway. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
Men stand with large bunches of bananas near banana plants. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
Bananas covered with leaves are stacked in piles near train tracks. Edwin R. Fraser.
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COSTA RICA.
Laborers load stacked bananas onto a train. Edwin R. Fraser.
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THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Fraser Grace’s play 'Breakfast with Mugabe' - Joseph Mydell as Robert Mugabe at the Soho Theatre, London. Opening April 2006. Full credit: Tristram Kenton / Lebrecht Music & Arts / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved
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THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Fraser Grace’s play 'Breakfast with Mugabe' - Joseph Mydell as Robert Mugabe at the Soho Theatre, London. Opening April 2006. Full credit: Tristram Kenton / Lebrecht Music & Arts / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved
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THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Joanna Riding (Babe Williams) in 'The Pajama Game' at Minerva Theatre, Chichester. Directed by Richard Eyre. Opened 29 April 2013. Full credit: Tristram Kenton / Lebrecht Music & Arts / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
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THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Hadley Fraser (Sid Sorokin) and Joanna Riding (Babe Williams) in The Pajama Game at Minerva Theatre, Chichester. Directed by Richard Eyre. Opened 29 April 2013. Full credit: Tristram Kenton / Lebrecht Music & Arts / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Joanna Riding (Babe Williams) in 'The Pajama Game' at Minerva Theatre, Chichester. Directed by Richard Eyre. Opened 29 April 2013. Full credit: Tristram Kenton / Lebrecht Music & Arts / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
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THEATER PERFORMANCE. 
Hadley Fraser (Sid Sorokin) and Joanna Riding (Babe Williams) in The Pajama Game at Minerva Theatre, Chichester. Directed by Richard Eyre. Opened 29 April 2013. Full credit: Tristram Kenton / Lebrecht Music & Arts / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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