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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.
ELLIS ISLAND, 1902.
Friends being reunited at the gate at Ellis Island. Photograph, 1902.
PUCK: FRIENDS, 1914.
'Just between friends.' An illustration from the humor magazine Puck depicting two women on a beach. Cartoon by John Held, 29 August 1914.
Wood engraving, American, 1873.
Japan, children stilt walking, date unknown, around 1920.
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.
CHICAGO: CHILDREN, 1941. Children playing 'ring around the rosie' in the Black Belt neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Edwin Rosskam, 1941.
SILENT STILL: BATHERS.
CRAVEN STREET GAZETTE, 1770.
Fake newspaper written by Polly and William Hewson, who stayed with Benjamin Franklin in London. The Gazette parodies Franklin's grumpiness at the departure of the the landlord, 'Queen Margaret.' Written 22 September 1770.
ZINOVIEV AND KAMENEV.
Russian Communist leaders Grigory Yevseyevich Zinoviev (1883-1936), left, and Lev Borisovich Kamenev (1883-1936).
Isabelle Aubret with one of her friend, Gerard, during the last repetition of Pierre Perret show. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All righ
CATHERINE DENEUVE AND FRANCOISE DORLEAC.
French actresses Catherine Deneuve and her sister Francoise Dorleac ons et of film The Door Slams on may 27, 1960 in Boulogne, France. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rig
FILM STILL: EATING & DRINKING.
SOUTH AFRICA: ZULU WOMEN.
Zulu wives wearing beaded neck and head pieces. Photograph, 20th century.
BILL AND COO, 1948.
Film still from 'Bill and Coo,' starring Burton's Birds and directed by Dean Riesner, 1948.
BALLOON TRAVELS, 1855.
'The Balloon Travels of Robert Merry and his Young Friends Over Various Countries in Europe' edited by Peter Parley. Illustration from the book, 1855.
GROUP OF HOBOES, c1925.
Group of hoboes in the American midwest. Photograph, c1925.
(1925-2013). English politician. Thatcher (left) at the age of four with her sister Muriel, age eight. Photographed in 1929.
CARD GAME, 1938.
Two African American workers playing the card game 'coon-can' or 'conquian,' in the back storeroom near Reserve, Louisiana. Photograph by Russell Lee, September 1938.
MISSISSIPPI: RURAL YOUTH.
A group of girls photographed outside a house in Washington County, Mississippi, c1974.
TEXAS: CHILDREN, 1942.
A girl watching a boy build a model airplane at an FSA labor camp in Robstown, Texas. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein, 1942.
BETTINA von ARNIM
(1785-1859). German poet, and friend of Ludwig van Beethoven and Johann Goethe. Etching, 1809, by E.L. Grimm.
WOMEN'S FASHION, 1873.
Riding Habit. Wood engraving, American, 1873.
DAVID AND JONATHAN.
David and Jonathan vow friendship (1 Samuel 20: 42). Wood engraving, 19th century, after Gustave Doré.
Karl Begas or Carl Joseph Begas (1794-1854), Hafeland Sisters. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
Friendship, by Giovanni Sanguinetti (1789-1867), watercolour. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS, 1919.
Two young Italian immigrant girls aboard a steamship bound for America. Photograph, 1919.
CHARLES X (1757-1836).
King of France, 1824-1830. The Comte d'Artois, the future King Charles X of France, with his sister, Marie Clothilde (1759-1802), the future queen consort of Sardinia. Oil on canvas, 1763, by François Hubert Drouais.
MOLLY MAGUIRES EXECUTIONS.
Thomas Duffy, a Molly Maguire, saying farewell to his family and friends before his execution, along with ten others, on 21 June 1877. Contemporary American engraving.
WORLD WAR I: INFANTRYMAN.
Gladys McIntyre giving doughnuts to an American infantryman of the 26th Division at Ansonville, North Carolina, 9 April 1918.
Three children smile out of a small confined space. Harry F. Blanchard.
NEAR YARMOUTH, ISLE OF WIGHT, ENGLAND.
Children play on a sandy beach near Yarmouth. Clifton R. Adams.
TANDEM BICYCLE, 1896.
The sociable bicycle. Wood engraving, French, 1896.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CARTOON.
Benjamin Franklin and the Quakers. A cartoon depicting Benjamin Franklin (foreground) eyeing a group of his Quaker friends who are expressing their fears of the 'Paxton Spirit.' Isaac Pemberton gives tomahawks to the Native Americans (at left) and also has an affair with a native woman (at right), 1764.
Francois Rabelais: 'Gargantua and Pantagruel.' Pantagruel and his friends in the courtroom of the Chats Fourrés (V, 12). Wood engraving, 1873, after Gustave Doré.
SWIMMING POOL, 1942.
Men at a municipal swimming pool in Washington, D.C.. Photograph by Marjory Collins, 1942.
Four boys on a New York City dock.
TENEMENTS AND CHILDREN.
Three children standing in front of a wooden fence; wooden tenements in the backgound. New York City, 1935.
JOSEPH WARREN STILWELL (1883-1946).
American army officer. Stilwell (second from left) joking with his staff while flying in a transport aircraft during World War II.
SCOTLAND: GLENLYON, 1844.
Prince Albert and George Murray, Lord Glenlyon, hunting stags at Atholl, during a royal visit to Scotland, 1844. Contemporary English engraving.
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