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KOREAN WAR: SOLDIERS, 1951.
Three American soldiers, recently freed by Chinese captors, recover in a medical clearing station in Korea. From left to right: Joe Wright, Paul Cramer, and Robert Nash. Photograph, 1951.
WORLD WAR II: PARIS, 1944.
Crowds of French patriots lining the Champs Elysees to view Allied tanks and half tracks pass by the Arc du Triomphe, after Paris was liberated on 26 August 1944. Photographed by Jack Downey.
WWII: PARIS, 1944.
American jeeps of the 28th Infantry Division driving down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris, France. Photograph, 1944.
POSTER: AIRCRAFT, 1986.
'Liberty stands for security.' Poster promoting the Hughes Aircraft Company, 1986.
BUCHENWALD LIBERATED, 1945.
Soldiers of the U.S. Third Army at the entrance to the liberated Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany. Photograph, 18 April 1945. Full credit: LEONE - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
FLAG: ZAPATISTA, 2011.
Flag of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation based in Chiapas, Mexico. Flag, 2011. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Keith / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
POSTER: LINCOLN, 1971.
'In giving freedom to the slave, honourable alike in what we give and what we preserve. Abraham Lincoln.'
Poster by Paul Peter Piech, 1971.
POSTER: POLITICAL PRISONERS.
Silkscreen poster, c1975.
WWII: SICILY, 1943.
Sicilian soldiers returning home after being freed from prison camps by Allied forces. Photograph by Nick Parrino, 1943.
WWI: POSTER, 1918.
'Welcome home our gallant boys. Peace, justice, liberty.' Lithograph, 1918.
WORLD WAR II: PRISONERS.
American prisoners of war photographed at the time of their liberation from occupying Japanese forces in the Philippines by Allied troops during World War II, 1944.
GAY RIGHTS PROTEST, 1970.
Women at a gay rights demonstration in Greenwich Village, New York City, 29 June 1970.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1809-1865).
16th President of the United States. Writing the Emancipation Proclamation. Lithograph after David Gilmour Blythe, c1864.
TEMPLE OF LIBERTY, 1834.
Woodcut by Jared W. Bell, 1834.
SONS OF LIBERTY SYMBOL, 1776.
Emblem of the Sons of Liberty, 1776.
KOREAN WAR: FREED PRISONER.
Private Charles M. 'Bud' Kaylor of the U.S. Marines, captured during the Korean War at the Battle of Chosin Reservoir on 28 November 1950, photographed following his release on 25 May 1951.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, c1908.
Lunch room at the East Side Free School for Crippled Children in New York City, c1908.
GEORGE III STATUE, 1776.
The Sons of Liberty pulling down the statue of King George III at the Bowling Green, New York, on the night of 9 July 1776. Wood engraving after Felix O.C. Darley, 1877.
EUROPE, 1848: CARTOON.
The Great Sea Serpent of 1848. Cartoon from 'Punch' (London), 1848, on the revolutionary spirit in Europe.
EAGLE, 19th CENTURY.
American typefounder's cut, 19th century.
SYMBOL: RAISED GUN.
Symbol of freedom.
WASHINGTON: LETTER, 1790.
Letter by President George Washington to the Hebrew Congregation of Newport, Rhode Island, August 1790, assuring the congregation that the 'United States gives to bigotry no sanction.'
STATUE OF LIBERTY.
Wood engraving, 19th century.
FREEDMEN'S SCHOOL, 1866.
'Zion School for Colored Children,' a Freedmen's School at Charleston, South Carolina. Wood engraving from an American newspaper of 1866.
Guido Reni (1575-1642), The Sleeping Cupid. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights re
A slave rebellion on a slaveship, 1833, by Edouard Antoine Renard (1802-1857), oil on canvas. Slavery, Caribbean, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
JEFFERSON: DOCUMENT, c1779.
Printed text of Thomas Jefferson's 'Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom' in the state of Virginia, c1779.
STAMP ACT, 1765.
Stamp agent strung up on a Liberty Pole during an anti-Stamp Act demonstration in the American colonies in 1765. Line engraving by Elkanah Tisdale, c1820, from an edition of John Trumbull's 'M'Fingal,' first published in 1775.
TRIUMPH OF LIBERTY. c1781.
'Fashionable Hairdo or the Triumph of Liberty.' French cartoon, c1781, referring to the the American War of Independence and to the extremes of women's fashion in France.
Faience plate decorated with liberty caps.
An elevated view of Lisbon's busiest street, the Avenida da Liberdade. A. W. Cutler.
THE STATUE OF LIBERTY, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA.
A view of the Statue of Liberty. Clifton R. Adams And Edwin L. Wisherd.
THEATER POSTER: EXCELSIOR.
A theater poster entitled 'Excelsior - Kiralfy Brothers' Spectacular Triumph' featuring the cast of the musical with the Statue of Liberty above them. Color lithograph, c1884.
LIBERTY BELL, 1776.
'Ringing Out Liberty, July 8 1776.' Colored lithograph, c1929, after a painting by N.C. Wyeth.
CIVIL WAR: CONTRABAND.
Evening prayer meeting at a 'Contraband' camp of former slaves freed by the Union Army at City Point, Virginia. Wood engraving, 1864.
STATUE OF LIBERTY, 1881.
Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi with the foot of his creation at a ceremony in Paris, France. Wood engraving from a French newspaper of 1881.
EAST SIDE FREE KITCHEN.
Women in front of the East Side Free Kitchen. New York City, 1935.
TAMMANY HALL DRESS BALL.
Group of primarily women in national dress, two as Uncle Sam and Liberty, assembled on a stage at Tammany Hall on 14th Street holding American flags with stage decorations visible, New York City. Photograph, 1906.
LIBERTY BELL, 1776.
'Ringing Out Liberty, July 8 1776.' Lithograph, c1929, after a painting by N.C. Wyeth.
SLAVERY: 13TH AMENDMENT.
U.S. postage stamp, 1940, commemorating 75th anniversary of 13th Amendment, prohibiting slavery.
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