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0162770
RED CROSS POSTER, 1917.
American Red Cross fundraising poster with the Statue of Liberty offering a shield to a wounded soldier. Lithograph by W.G. Sesser, 1917.
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0051663
WILLIAM GILBERT GRACE
(1848-1915). English cricketer. With the future King Edward VIII, c1910. Photographed by Ernest Brooks.
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WILLIAM GILBERT GRACE
(1848-1915). English cricketer. Caricature lithograph, 1877, by 'Spy' (Sir Leslie Ward).
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0051662
WILLIAM GILBERT GRACE
(1848-1915). English cricketer. Photographed in 1888.
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0132434
WARREN G. HARDING.
(1865-1923). Warren Gamaliel Harding. Politician, Republican, USA. President of the United States with Chairman Will H. Hays (l.) and Harry W. Dolcherty (r.) during a meeting of the Republican Party in Washington.
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0133539
HEGEL: WORKS.
First editions of various works by Georg Wilhelm Hegel. Top: Complete Edition Volume 1, 1832. Center: Science of Logic, Volumes 1 and 2, 1812. Bottom: Letter on the former political relationship between Vaud and the City of Berne, 1798. Full credit: Bildarchiv - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0051657
WILLIAM GILBERT GRACE
(1848-1915). English cricketer. Lithograph, late 19th century.
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0000922
NIAGARA MOVEMENT, 1905.
The 1905 conference of the Niagara Movement at Fort Erie, Ontario. Top row (left to right): H.A. Thompson, Alonzo F. Herndon, John Hope, James R.L. Diggs; second row: Frederick McGhee, Norris B. Herndon, J. Max Barber, W.E.B. Du Bois, Robert Bonner; bottom row: Henry L. Bailey, Clement G. Morgan, W.H.H. Hart, B.S. Smith.
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0037124
WARREN G. HARDING, 1921.
Harding speaking with President Mario Garcia Menocal of Cuba from the Pan American Union at Washington, D.C., at the formal opening of telephone communication between the United States and Cuba, 11 April 1921. Left to right: John J. Pershing; Carlos de Cespedes; President Harding; L.S. Rowe; Charles Evans Hughes; and Andrew Mellon.
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0089489
CARTOON: TRUSTS, 1888.
'The Defender of the Trusts.' James G. Blaine keeps President Grover Cleveland from interfering with business trusts during the 1888 presidential election. Contemporary American cartoon, by W.A. Rogers.
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0097034
AMISH CAMP MEETING, c1900.
Drawing by G.W. Peters. c1900.
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0163571
ROBERT E. LEE (1807-1870).
American Confederate general. General Lee (center) with his son, Major General George Washington Custis Lee (left), and his aide-de-camp, Colonel Walter Taylor, on the back porch of the Lee home at Richmond, Virginia, April 1865. Photographed by Mathew Brady.
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0117231
CIVIL WAR: ANTIETAM, 1862.
The Army of the Potomac headquarters: Captain Rives; John Garrett, President, B & O Railroad; an orderly; General Randolph Marcy; Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Porter; Commissary of Subsistence; Colonel Thomas Mather; Ozias Hatch, Secretary of State of Illinois; Joseph C.G. Kennedy. Photograph by Alexander Gardner, 3 October, 1862.
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0172740
FERRIS WHEEL, 1893.
The original Ferris Wheel designed and constructed by George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr. for the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Illinois, 1893.
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0408784
NIAGARA MOVEMENT, 1905.
Founding members of the Niagara Movement superimposed over Niagara Falls. Top row (left to right): H.A. Thompson, Alonzo F. Herndon, John Hope, James R.L. Diggs; center row: Frederick McGhee, Norris B. Herndon, J. Max Barber, W.E.B. Du Bois, Robert Bonner; front row: Henry L. Bailey, Clement G. Morgan, W.H.H. Hart, B.S. Smith.
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0163572
ROBERT E. LEE (1807-1870).
American Confederate general. General Lee (center) with his son, Major General George Washington Custis Lee (left), and his aide-de-camp, Colonel Walter Taylor, on the back porch of the Lee home at Richmond, Virginia, April 1865. Photographed by Mathew Brady.
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0325102
MAN, c1885.
Portrait of a man photographed by W.G.C. Kimball in Concord, New Hampshire, c1885.
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0216873
COLORADO: EMIGRANTS, c1870.
Emigrant famillies posing in front of a covered wagon on a timber bridge over the rapids of the Upper Arkansas River, near Pueblo, Colorado. Photographed by William Gunnison Chamberlain, c1870.
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0128388
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
(1857-1930). 27th President of the United States. Right to left: Champ Clark, Taft, Joseph G. Cannon and Samuel McCall. Photograph, c1920.
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0354926
WASHINGTON: BUTTON, 1789.
Brass button struck in 1789 to commemorate the inauguration of George Washington as the first President of the United States; the new president's initials are surrounded by those of the thirteen states.
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0131317
ELIZABETH WHARTON TRIAL.
Inside the courthouse in Annapolis, Maryland during the trial of Elizabeth G. Wharton, charged with murdering General W.S. Ketchum with poison. Wood engraving by James E. Taylor, 1871.
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0173309
WILDER G. PENFIELD (1891-1976).
American-born Canadian neurosurgeon. Photographed after receiving an honorary degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison on 16 June 1958. With E.B. Fred, Wilbur Renk, and Vernon W. Thomson.
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0105394
RACIAL CARICATURE, c1834.
'Zip Coon.' Caricature of an extravagantly dressed African American. Lithograph sheet music cover for G.W. Dixon, c1834.
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0122813
D.W. GRIFFITH (1875-1948).
American film producer and director. Griffith (right) and his cameraman G.W. 'Billy' Bitzer filming 'Way Down East' on location, 1920.
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0176110
MAP: BOSTON, 1865.
A map of Boston, Massachusetts, and adjacent cities, 1865, by George W. Colton.
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0011408
CUBA: ROUGH RIDERS, 1898.
'Teddy's Rough Riders.' Theodore Roosevelt leading his Rough Riders at the storming of San Juan Hill, Cuba, 1 July 1898. Contemporary lithograph by W.G. Read.
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0030653
FERRIS WHEEL, 1893.
The original Ferris wheel designed and constructed by G.W.G. Ferris for the World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago in 1893.
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0322801
PORTUGAL: BATTLE, 1833.
The fourth Battle of Cape St. Vincent, fought between a squadron led by British Officer Charles Napier for Portugal and the navy of usurper Miguel I, during Portugal's Liberal Wars, 5 July, 1833. Engraving, 19th century, after a painting by G.W. Terry.
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0131610
GARFIELD ASSASINATION.
Charles J. Guiteau shooting President James A. Garfield at the Baltimore & Potomac Rail Road station in Washington, D.C., 2 July 1881. At right is Secretary of State James G. Blaine. Lithograph by W.J. Matthews, 1881.
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0215584
WILLIAM GILBERT GRACE.
Grace, William Gilbert - Cricketer, Great Britain *18.07.1848-23.10.1915+ on the pitch - Photographer: Bolak - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 39/1903 Vintage property of ullstein bild 01008924.