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0087862
NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN
(1869-1940). English statesman. As Chancellor of the Exchequer. Oil over a photograph, c1935.
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0076907
ENGLISH MERCHANT.
Line engraving, 19th century, after a 15th century manuscript illumination.
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0623139
CHICAGO: FAMILY, 1949.
An African American family in their apartment in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Stanley Kubrick, 1949.
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0622527
COMPUTER ROOM, 1986.
An electronics engineer at the data collection computer room at the Waterways Experiment Station in Warren County, Missouri. Photograph by Jet Lowe, 1986.
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0622574
COMPUTER LAB, c1992.
Computer terminals at the headquarters building of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission in Laurel, Maryland. Photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, c1992.
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0116657
VICTORIAN CHAIR, c1850.
American carved rosewood side chair in the Victorian Rococo style, by John Henry Belter, New York, c1850.
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0084052
ERWIN PISCATOR (1893-1966).
German theatrical director and producer. Piscator's apartment in Germany, with furniture designed by Marcel Breuer.
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0222947
THEATER.
Germany, Berlin: the Resuas perfoming in the Berlin, man holding a bench with his teeth, on the bench two sitting persons, performance at Passage Theater, 1906.
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0008010
JOHN DALTON (1766-1844).
English chemist and physicist. Line engraving, 19th century.
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0051912
STEAMSHIP 'PACIFIC.'
The grand salon of the American steamship 'Pacific' built for transatlantic service. Wood engraving, American, 1856.
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0129001
ANTLER CHAIR.
Armchair made with antlers, Maine, probably late 19th century.
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0266684
TYPE FOUNDRY DESIGNS.
Designs for sale by The United States Type Foundry, James Conner's Sons, New York, mid or late 19th century.
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0429934
AD: CEDAR CHESTS, 1936.
American advertisement for Lane Cedar Chests. Illustration, 1936.
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0266685
TYPE FOUNDRY DESIGNS.
Designs for sale by The United States Type Foundry, James Conner's Sons, New York, mid or late 19th century.
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0622508
ROSA PARKS (1913-2005).
American civil rights activist. Booking photo taken after her arrest for refusing to surrender a bus seat to a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama. Photograph, 1 December 1955. Full Credit: Edimedia/WHA/Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0103293
ALBERT CAMUS (1913-1960).
French writer and winner of the 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature. Photographed at his desk while editor-in-chief of the newspaper 'Combat,' c1945.
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0034006
RICHMOND BARBERSHOP, 1850s.
A barber's shop at Richmond, Virginia. Wood engraving, English, 1861, after a painting by Eyre Crowe, based on his travels in the United States as secretary to novelist William Makepeace Thackeray during his American tour of 1852-53.
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0078309
IMMIGRANTS: CASTLE GARDEN.
Newly arrived immigrants enjoying their first Thanksgiving dinner in the United States at Castle Garden, New York, 1884. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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0116665
VICTORIAN BUREAU, c1860.
American rosewood bedrooom bureau in the Victorian Rococo style by John Henry Belter, New York, c1860.
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0016392
NEW YORK FAMILY, c1900.
A family playing chess in their New York City apartment, c1900.
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0410132
AD: FURNITURE, 1927.
American advertisement for Karpen Furniture, 1927.
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0116659
VICTORIAN SOFA, c1850.
American Victorian Rococo sofa by John Henry Belter, New York, c1850. Rosewood with carved and pierced work.
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0164583
FRIEDRICH DÜRENMATT (1921-1990).
Writer painter Zürich Switzerland 1968. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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0164249
ERIC AMBLER (1909-1998).
Writer Montreux, Switzerland 1969. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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0106625
ANDERSEN: THE NIGHTINGALE.
'The true nightingale sings to the Emperor.' Drawing by Henry J. Ford for an 1894 edition of the fairy tale 'The Nightingale,' by Hans Christian Andersen.
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0052222
GAMBLING TABLE, 1886. 'A Mass of Gold and a Crowd of Hands. Scene at a gambling table at the Casino of Monte Carlo. Drawing, 1886, by Paul Renouard.
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0015614
CESSOLIS: CHESS, c1483.
Woodcut from Jacobus de Cessolis' 'The Game and Playe of the Chesse.' Printed by William Caxton, c1483.
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0410037
AD: BABY FURNITURE, 1954.
American advertisement for Thayer baby furniture, 1954.
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0116656
VICTORIAN CHAIR, c1850.
American Victorian Rococo side chair by John Henry Belter, New York City, c1850.
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0006697
CESSOLIS: CHESS, 1493-1494.
Woodcut frontispiece to Jacobus de Cessolis' 'Libro di Giuoco di Scacchi,' Florence, Italy, 1493-94.
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0091100
SIR JOHN BARLEYCORN.
'Sir John Barleycorn,' the British personification of alcoholic beverages. Woodcut, English, 18th century.
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0047716
WASHINGTON: INAUGURATION.
The inauguration of George Washington as the first president of the United States at Federal Hall, New York City, 30 April 1789. Mezzotint, 1849.
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0353478
CENTENNIAL FAIR, 1876.
Bent wood furniture at the Austrian section of the Main Building at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wood engraving, American, 1876.
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0131071
SHAKER ROCKING CHAIRS.
Maple with tape seat, c1850 and c1875. From the Shaker community of Mount Lebanon, New York.
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0116658
VICTORIAN CHAIR, c1860.
American rosewood Victorian Rococo side chair by John Henry Belter, New York, c1860.
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0130997
SHAKER FURNITURE, c1830.
Candle stand made by the New Lebanon Shakers at Mount Lebanon, New York, c1830.
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0292299
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Michele Cilea, Portrait of Ladies. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights rese
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0423408
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Inlaid drawers by Giuseppe Maggiolini (1738-1814), possibly from design by Giuseppe Arise, Italy, 18th century Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0048902
NEBUCHADNEZZAR & DANIEL.
Daniel and his companions, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, before Nebuchadnezzar (Daniel 1:18-20). Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0104707
TURNER, 1568.
A turner, a maker of various wooden items, at work in his workshop. Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
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