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INITIAL 'W', c1900.
A decorative initial 'W' with arabesque design, English, c1900.
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0125562
GARNER AND CARAWAY, 1939.
Vice President John Nance Garner congratulates Senator Hattie Caraway on her reelection, January 1939.
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0371069
HENRY WILLIAM GORDON
(1818-1887). British Army commissary-general. Wood engraving, English, 1887.
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0131090
CHARLES WILLIAM ELIOT
(1834-1926). American educator and president of Harvard University. Eliot at a ceremony at the soldiers and sailors monument in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Photograph, 1910.
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0168890
GEORGE W. BUSH (1946-).
43rd President of the United States. Photograph, 2008. Full credit: Probst - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0133415
WYSTAN HUGH AUDEN
(1907-1973). English poet. Photographed by Horst Tappe, 1965. Full credit: Tappe - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0371374
CHARLES WILLIAM ELIOT
(1834-1926). American educator, president of Harvard University. Photograph, 1900.
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0125565
HATTIE CARAWAY (1878-1950).
American senator from Arkansas. Photograph, 1940.
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0175631
W. LEE O'DANIEL (1890-1969).
American politician from Texas. First edition of 'The W. Lee O'Daniel News,' published while O'Daniel was the governor of Texas, 8 April 1940.
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0370747
THOMAS CHENERY (1826-1884).
English editor of The Times. English engraving, 1884.
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0111816
REAGAN AND BUSH, 1984.
American President Ronald Reagan, left, and Vice President George Herbert Walker Bush, August 1984.
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0114668
PETER DEBYE (1884-1966).
Peter Joseph William Debye, Dutch-American physicist and chemist. Photograph, early 20th century.
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0128395
GEORGE W. WICKERSHAM
(1858-1936). American lawyer and Attorney General under William Taft. Photograph, c1909.
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0125567
HATTIE CARAWAY (1878-1950).
American senator from Arkansas, 1931-1945. Photograph, 1914.
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0174375
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
(1807-1882). American poet. Line engraving, c1869.
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0267191
W.D. HAYWOOD (1869-1928).
William Dudley 'Big Bill' Haywood. American labor leader and founder of the Industrial Workers of the World. As a prisoner at Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary. Photograph, 1918.
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0164970
W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
(1874-1965). Writer Cap Ferrat France 1962. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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0267775
GEORGE W. BUSH (1946-).
43rd President of the United States. Photograph by Eric Draper, 2003.
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0173549
W.D. HAYWOOD (1869-1928).
William Dudley 'Big Bill' Haywood. American labor leader and founder of the Industrial Workers of the World. Photograph, c1907.
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0172024
JOHN WILKES BOOTH
(1838-1865). American actor and assassin of president Abraham Lincoln. Photograph, c1865.
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0125566
HATTIE CARAWAY (1878-1950).
American senator from Arkansas. Artist Edward Solto presents Hattie Caraway with her official reelection campaign picture, 13 June 1938.
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0125520
DECORATIVE INITIAL, 1846.
An initial 'W.' Wood engraving, American, 1846.
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0169948
CECIL W.H. BEATON
(1904-1980). Sir Cecil Walter Hardy Beaton. Beaton accepting a Tony award for costume design for the musical, 'Coco,' at the Tony Awards ceremony at the Mark Hellinger Theater in New York City, 1970.
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0131283
CHINESE DIPLOMATS, 1939.
Hu Shih, the Chinese ambassador the the United States (right) with diplomat Yan Huiqing, at the Soviet Embassy in Washington, D.C., for a reception celebrating the anniversary of the October Revolution, 1939.
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0370226
WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE
(1809-1898). English statesman. Photograph, 1898.
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0354940
WAR CORRESPONDENT, 1871.
Dr. W.H. Russel, British war correspondent for the London Times. Engraving, English, 1871.
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0169947
CECIL W.H. BEATON
(1904-1980). Sir Cecil Walter Hardy Beaton. English photographer, designer and painter. Beaton in his painting studio at his country estate in England, 1956.
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0125563
HATTIE CARAWAY (1878-1950).
American senator from Arkansas. Photograph, c1939.
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0354193
THOMAS WITHERELL PALMER
(1830-1913). U.S. Senator from Michigan. Engraving, American, 1887.
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0255555
NAZARE, LEIRIA, PORTUGAL.
Three women and four children in bare feet stand in front of a boat. W. Robert Moore.
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NEAR LEIRIA, PORTUGAL.
Two Portuguese women return from the market with empty baskets. A. W. Cutler.
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0131067
CHARLES WILLIAM ELIOT
(1834-1926). American educator. Caricature and poem by Oliver Herford, early 20th century.
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0126678
WILLIAM GRENVILLE
(1759-1834). British Prime Minister William Wyndham Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville. Oil on canvas by John Hoppner, c1800.
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0128396
GEORGE W. WICKERSHAM
(1858-1936). American lawyer and Attorney General under William Taft. Photograph, c1909.
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0322307
GEORG WILHELM RICHMANN
(1711-1753). German-born Russian physicist. Richmann struck dead by a lightning ball while conducting an experiment during a storm, with his engraver. Engraving, 19th century.
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0164044
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING.
The Empire State Building during construction, 34th Street and 5th Avenue, New York City. Photograph by Lewis Hine, 4 September 1930.
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0166077
AIRLINE INDUSTRY TROPHY.
Trophy awarded to Mr. Alfred W. Lawson (of Lawson Aerocraft Co., 1819 Broadway, New York City) in recognition of his inventions and developments in the airline industry. Photograph, 1927.
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0131038
WILLIAM WEBB ELLIS
(1806-1872). English Anglican reverend credited as the inventor of rugby. Wood engraving, English, 1854.
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0128394
GEORGE W. WICKERSHAM
(1858-1936). American lawyer and Attorney General under William Taft. Photograph, c1909.
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0125564
HATTIE CARAWAY (1878-1950).
American senator from Arkansas. Photograph, 1940.
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