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0007435
FRONTIER TRADING POST.
A trading post on the colonial frontier. Drawing by Charles W. Jefferys.
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0057718
WOLFE AT QUEBEC, 1759.
General James Wolfe leading the British 'thin red line' into battle against the French on the Plains of Abraham outside Quebec City, 13 September 1759. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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0016576
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields in 'The Dentist,' 1932.
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0170255
HERMAN TALMADGE (1913-2002).
American politician. Being sworn in as governor of Georgia by Judge W.C. Worrill (left) at a joint meeting of state legislators in Atlanta, 15 January 1947, after the General Assembly had elected him to take the place of his late father, Governor-elect Eugene Talmadge. Speaker of the House Frederick B. Hand looks on at right.
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0114371
SIEUR DE CADILLAC (1658-1730).
Antoine de La Mothe, Sieur de Cadillac. French colonial administrator in America. Sieur de Cadillac landing in Detroit in 1701 with his party of one hundred men, including his young son and two missionaries. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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0012200
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian.
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0087586
BARON FRIEDRICH von STEUBEN
(1730-1794). American (Prussian-born) army officer. Painting, 1781, by Charles Willson Peale. Full credit: Will - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0085187
JEAN TALON (c1625-1694).
French colonial administrator in Canada. Talon watching shipbuilding at Quebec while serving as Intendant of New France, c1670. Pen-and-ink drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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0007835
IROQUOIS: LACROSSE.
Iroquois Native Americans playing lacrosse in preparation for battle. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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0046871
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. Margaret Hamilton and W.C. Fields in 'My Little Chickadee,'
1940.
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0070266
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields and Chester Conklin entertain residents of the town hotel. Still from 'Two Flaming Youths,' 1927.
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0070268
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields in 'It's a Gift,' 1934.
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0048289
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields being escorted from a 'friendly' poker game. Still from 'My Little Chicadee,' 1940.
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0112659
MY LITTLE CHIKADEE, 1940.
Mae West and W.C. Fields in a scene from the film 'My Little Chikadee,' 1940.
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0162144
W C HANDY.
WC Handy (William Christopher Handy 18731958) also known as the father of blues and the Agricultural and Mechanical College in Normal, Alabama where he was teacher, 1900. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0011171
HABITATION OF QUEBEC, 1608.
Drawing by Charles W. Jefferys after an engraving in the works of Samuel de Champlain.
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0036943
AMERICAN CIRCUIT PREACHER.
A circuit-riding preacher in early America. Illustration by C.W. Jefferys.
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0049237
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields and Rochelle Hudson in 'Poppy,' 1936.
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0015243
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields in 'The Bank Dick,' 1940.
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0051924
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields demonstrates his umbrella for Margaret Hamilton in 'My Little Chickadee,' 1940.
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0070276
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields in 'The Bank Dick,' 1940.
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0010696
SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN
(1567-1635). French explorer in North America. Champlain taking an observation with his astrolabe on the Ottawa River in 1613. Drawing by Charles W. Jefferys.
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0088759
SIEUR D'IBERVILLE (1661-1706).
Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d'Iberville. French-Canadian soldier and colonist. Iberville's defeat of the English ships on Hudson Bay, 1697. Pen-and-ink drawing by Charles William Jefferys.
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0016283
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian.
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0088440
MY LITTLE CHICKADEE, 1940.
Film still with W.C. Fields as Twillie.
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0016282
WILLIAM CLAUDE FIELDS
(1879-1946). Known as W.C. Fields. American comedian. In a scene from 'It's a Gift,' 1934.
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0046870
MY LITTLE CHICKADEE, 1940.
Starring W.C. Fields and Mae West.
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0076202
CANADIAN MOUNTIES, 1873.
Officers of the North West Mounted Police, 1873. Pen-and-ink drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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0011163
JACQUES CARTIER
at the Huron-Iroquois village of Hochelaga (at present-day Montreal) in 1535, where he learned from the Native Americans that silver and gold could be found nearby. Illustration by C.W. Jefferys.
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0088442
MY LITTLE CHICKADEE, 1940.
Film still with Mae West as Flower Belle Lee and W.C. Fields as Twillie.
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0004882
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian.
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0070267
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields and Zasu Pitts in a still from an unidentifield film.
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0122502
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. In a scene from the film 'My Little Chickadee,' 1940.
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0057735
CANADA: GOLD MINING, 1860s.
A coach with gold, guarded by armed men, passes miners headed for the gold fields of Cariboo country, British Columbia, Canada, along the Cariboo Road, completed in 1865. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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0052839
WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER HANDY
(1873-1958). American musician and composer. Oil over a photograph, n.d.
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0070271
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. In a scene from 'If I Had a
Million,' 1932.
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0070275
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian. W.C. Fields in 'The Dentist,' 1932.
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0088441
MY LITTLE CHICKADEE, 1940.
Film still.
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0049235
W.C. FIELDS (1879-1946).
American comedian.
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0057659
NATIVE AMERICAN WIGWAM.
The conical wigwam of the Ojibwa Native Americans, consisting of a framework of poles covered with sheets of birch bark. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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