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DAVID & JONATHAN.
David and Jonathan vow friendship (1 Samuel 20: 42). Wood engraving, 19th century, after Gustave Doré.
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GRAMMAR SCHOOL CHILDREN.
Wood engraving, American, c1835.
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WILLIAM PENN (1644-1718).
Founder of the colony of Pennsylvania. At a Friends (Quaker) meeting in 1682. Wood engraving, American, 1883.
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ELLIS ISLAND, 1902.
Friends being reunited at the gate at Ellis Island. Photograph, 1902.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
African American children playing on the street on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
African American children reading a comic book together in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, July, 1941.
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LEISURE.
German Empire Free State Prussia - Brandenburg Provinz (Province) - Berlin: playing children at the beach in Neu-Tempelhof - Photographer: Heinz Fremke - Published by: 'Berliner Morgenpost' 16.06.1936 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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BURROUGHS & SONTAG, 1976.
American writer, William Burroughs and Susan Sontag, American essayist and novelist photographed in Berlin, Germany, 1976. Full credit: Will - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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CLEMENS: HUCK FINN, 1885.
Drawing by Edward Windsor Kemble for an American edition of Mark Twain's 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,' 1885.
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CRUIKSHANK: TEMPERANCE.
'The Husband, in a State of Furious Drunkenness, Kills His Wife with the Instrument of All Their Misery.' Etching, 1847, by George Cruikshank from his series, 'The Bottle,' Plate VII, on the evils of drink.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
Children jumping rope outside of an apartment building on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
Children playing in front of an apartment building on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
Children jumping rope outside of an apartment building on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
A group of African American children in the 'Kitchenette' area on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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PICASSO WITH FRIENDS, 1901.
Spanish painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso (left) photographed in his studio at 130 Boulevard de Clichy in Paris, France, in 1901, with his art dealer, Petrus Manach (center), and Torres Fuentes, in front of a portrait of Francisco Gonzales de Iturrino.
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JACQUES MARTIN CUISINIER.
Jacques Martin preparing meal for birthday of his friend JacquesVandeghen in restaurant Pavillon Royal (Bois de Boulogne, near Paris) april 5, 1978. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All righ
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CLEMENS: TOM SAWYER, 1876.
The immortal incident of Tom Sawyer whitewashing the fence. Title page to a late 19th century edition of Mark Twain's 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,' originally published in 1876.
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BEACH SCENE, 1879.
'On the Beach.' Wood engraving, 1879, after Charles Stanley Reinhart.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
Children in front of apartment buildings on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
Boys playing and pretending that they are shooting machine guns at a passing airplane, on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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CHICAGO: CONVERSATION, 1941.
Two African American woman talking outside of an apartment building on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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CHICAGO: STREET SCENE, 1941.
Group of people outside of an apartment building on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, April 1941.
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CLEMENS: TOM SAWYER, 1876.
'Ain't that work?' The immortal incident of whitewashing the fence. Drawing by True Williams from the first edition of the "Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Samuel Langhorne Clemens, 1876.
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JOHN TYLER: PARTY.
A children's fancy ball given at the White House c1843, by President John Tyler in honor of the birthday of his eldest granddaughter: wood engraving, 1886.
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CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941.
African American boys goofing off in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1941.
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WOMEN, c1899.
Portrait of two African American women from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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FREDERICK WILLIAM ROLFE
(1860-1913). English writer and eccentric, generally known by his pseudonym Baron Corvo. Letter from Rolfe to Henri de Massue, Marquis de Ruvigny, 8 July 1908.
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QUAKER MEETING HOUSE, 1857.
The Friends' Meeting House at Newport, Rhode Island. Lithograph, American, c1857.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
(1706-1790). American printer, publisher, scientist, inventor, statesman and diplomat. Franklin and his friends killing two turkeys for their dinner by sending a shock from an electrical machine through a wire stretched across the Schuylkill River. Colored engraving, 1881.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL, c1835.
Students on their way to Sunday School. Wood engraving, probably English, c1835.
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ANNE FRANK (1929-1945).
German-Jewish diarist. Anne, at age six, with her friend Sanne Ledermann, in the Merwedeplein, Amsterdam.
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CIVIL WAR: VIRGINIA.
Union Generals Andrew A. Humphreys, Henry W. Slocum, William B. Franklin, William F. Barry, John Newton and friends in Cumberland Landing, Virginia. Photograph by James Gibson, 1862.
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SILENT STILL: BATHERS.
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ALASKA: SNOWMOBILE.
Children riding snowmobiles in Elim, Alaska. Photograph, late 20th century.
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FINE ART.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti reading a poem to Theodore Watts-Dunton in the living room, 1882, by Henry Treffry Dunn (1838-1899). Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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FINE ART.
Mastiff saving a child from the waters of the Arno, ca 1867, by Carlo Ademollo (1825-1911). Italy, 19th century. Full Credit: De Agostini / N. Grifoni / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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ANDREW JACKSON (1767-1845).
Seventh President of the United States. The death of Andrew Jackson at the Hermitage, 8 June 1845. Contemporary lithograph.
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THOMAS NAST: CHRISTMAS.
Children tracing Santa Claus' route from the North Pole. Wood engraving, 19th century, after a drawing by Thomas Nast.
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IRAQ: MEN, 1932.
Photograph, 1932.
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MISSISSIPPI: RURAL YOUTH.
A group of girls photographed outside a house in Washington County, Mississippi, c1974.
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