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REPUBLICAN CONVENTION, 1854.
The first Republican convention, held outdoors at Jackson, Michigan, on 6 July 1854. Contemporary American line engraving.
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0073709
PHONOGRAPH, c1880.
Wood engraving, c1880.
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0002015
TRIS SPEAKER (1888-1958).
American baseball player. Photographed 1916-26 as a member of the Cleveland Indians.
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0117631
JOHN LLEWELLYN LEWIS
(1880-1969). American labor leader, speaking at a convention of the United Mine Workers in Washington, D.C., 1938.
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0419865
AD: PANASONIC, 1968.
American advertisement for Panasonic audio equipment. Photograph, 1968.
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0113793
ANNA HOWARD SHAW
(1847-1919). American preacher, physician and suffragette. Photographed giving a speech on Wall Street, New York City, 7 December 1911.
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0169242
PARIS COMMUNE, 1871.
Speaker during an assembly.
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0227375
PEOPLE.
speaker gesture - 09.04.2009.
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0053731
PHONOGRAPH.
Line engraving, German, 1910.
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0060537
ROBERT WALPOLE (1676-1745).
1st Earl of Orford. English statesman. Walpole (left) at the entry to the House of Commons with the Speaker, Arthur Onslow. Line and stipple engraving after William Hogarth and Sir James Thornhill.
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0176254
ARISTIDE BRIAND (1862-1932).
French statesman. Briand delivering a speech on disarmament before the Ninth Assembly of the League of Nations in the Hall of the Reformation, Geneva, Switzerland, while serving as French Minister of Foreign Affairs, September 1928. Photographed by Erich Salomon.
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0095488
ANTI-CHINESE RALLY, 1898.
'The Chinese must go!' Speaker at an anti-Chinese immigration rally at San Francisco. Drawing, 1898.
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0016964
SILENT FILM: RADIO, 1920s.
William Desmond in a still from an American silent film of the 1920s.
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0267910
NYC: BARBER STRIKE, 1913.
Union organizer Joseph James Ettor addressing a crowd of striking barbers in Union Square, New York City. Photograph, 1913.
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0081611
AIRLINE RADIO, 1940.
Photo advertising Airline Radios in a Montgomery Ward catalogue of 1940.
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0108415
DEATH CAMP SURVIVORS, 1945.
A woman speaking at an event in France for welcoming survivors of the Nazi concentration camps at Ravensbrück and Auschwitz, organized by the Union of French Women, c1945.
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0041700
TEXAS: HOME RADIO, 1939.
A farm couple listening to the radio at home in Hidalgo County, Texas. Oil over a photograph, 1939, by Russell Lee.
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0035849
TOWN MEETING, 19th CENTURY.
A speaker making his point at a 19th century American town meeting. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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0125142
RADIO ADVERTISEMENT, 1930.
American catalog advertisement, 1930, for radio receivers sold by a Chicago, Illinois, distributor.
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0069816
JEAN-PAUL MARAT (1743-1793).
French (Swiss-born) physician, journalist, and revolutionary politician. Contemporary French stipple engraving.
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0031888
PHONOGRAPH, c1910.
Line cut, German, c1910.
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0013285
FILM: LILLY TURNER, 1933.
Guy Kibbee as Dr. McGill in 'Lilly Turner,' 1933. Film still photograph.
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0065745
AUSTRIA: 1848 REVOLUTION.
Memorial services in Vienna, 3 September 1848, for workers who had fallen in the revolutionary struggles of that year. Contemporary wood engraving.
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0121030
FILM: A NOUS LA LIBERTE.
Raymond Cordy in 'A nous la liberté' directed by René Clair, 1931.
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0259928
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU
(1889-1964). Indian political leader. As Prime Minister of India, addressing the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City. Photograph, 5 October 1960.
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0259919
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU
(1889-1964). Indian political leader. As Prime Minister of India, addressing the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City. Photograph, 3 October 1960.
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0108749
FAMILY, 1930s.
A family in Jerusalem seated around a radio, reading. Photographed between 1937 and 1941.
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0026980
RADIO RECEIVER, 1929.
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0078626
PATRICK HENRY (1736-1799).
American Revolutionary leader. Henry's address in the House of Burgesses, May 1765. Steel engraving after the painting by Peter Frederick Rothermel (1817-1895).
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0061042
MAXIMILIEN ROBESPIERRE
(1758-1794). French revolutionist. Robespierre speaking to the Jacobin Club at Paris. Wood engraving, French, 19th century.
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0120197
SENECA FALSE FACE MASK.
Carved wooden False Face 'Speaker Mask,' used in rituals by the Seneca tribe of New York.
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0349539
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
The speaker, miniature from Rhetorica ad herennium known as Cicero, manuscript, Italy 14th Century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0163167
HORACE FLETCHER (1849-1919).
American dietitian, businessman, and speaker. Advocated for eating only small amounts of food when hungry and chewing food thoroughly before swallowing; dieting principles known as 'fletcherism.' Photograph by Paul Fornier, c1908.
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0095715
NATIVE AMERICAN COUNCIL, c1835.
Wood engraving, American, c1835.
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0006241
THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931).
American inventor. Wood engraving after a photograph.
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0009747
VIRGINIA: PATRICK HENRY, 1765.
Patrick Henry speaking in the Virginia House of Burgesses, May 1765. Steel engraving after the painting by Peter Frederick Rothermel (1817-1895).
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0253668
VLADIVOSTOK, SIBERIA, RUSSIA.
Bolshevik orators speak to crowds during summer riots in Vladivostok. Kadel & Herbert.
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0040762
BENJAMIN DISRAELI (1804-1881).
1st Earl of Beaconsfield. English statesman and writer. 'Disraeli addressing the House.' Pen-and-ink drawing by Harry Furniss (1854-1925).
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0324549
CHARLES DICKENS (1812-1870).
English novelist. Dickens delivering a public reading in Boston, Massachusetts, at the start of his second American tour, December 1867. Contemporary American wood engraving, after a drawing by Charles Alfred Barry.
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0016309
TOWN MEETING, 19th CENTURY.
Wood engraving, 19th century.
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