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GILBERT & SULLIVAN: TRIAL.
'Trial by Jury.' 'From bias free of every kind, this trial must be tried.' Drawing by William Schwenck Gilbert from his 'Bab Ballads.'
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FILM: MARIE ANTOINETTE.
Marie Antoinette (Moira Shearer) greats Count Axel de Fersen (Tyrone Power) in a scene from the 1938 film, directed by W.S. Van Dyke.
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0066190
PIRATES OF PENZANCE.
Opera by Gilbert and Sullivan. 'A policeman's lot is not a happy one.' Drawing by William Schwenck Gilbert from his 'Bab Ballads.'
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0041037
GILBERT & SULLIVAN.
Sir Arthur Sullivan (left) and Sir William Schwenck Gilbert: caricature, 1881, on the occasion of 'Patience'.
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WS RENDRA.
Rendra, WS - Lyric Poet, Dramatist, Indonesia - 30.06.2001
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0030083
IOLANTHE, 19th CENTURY.
'I'll never throw dust in a juryman's eyes (said I to myself-said I.' Drawing by William Schwenck Gilbert from his 'Bab Ballads.'
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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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WILLIAM SCHWENCK GILBERT
(1836-1911). English playwright. Original cabinet photograph, c1880.
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0370296
ULYSSES S. GRANT (1822-1885).
18th President of the United States. Grant's death at Mount McGregor, New York, 23 July 1885. Engraving after a drawing by W.P. Snyder, 1885.
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0168133
JOHNNY WEISSMULLER.
Johnny Weissmuller et Maureen O'Sullivan on set of film Tarzan the Ape Man by WS Van Dyke in 1932. Full credit: CSFF - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0116517
SUMNER AND BROOKS, 1856.
'Arguments of the Chivalry.' Preston S. Brooks attacking Charles Sumner with a cane on the Senate floor, 22 May 1856. At left is Lawrence M. Keitt, Stephen A. Douglas and Robert Toombs. At top is a quote by Henry Ward Beecher, 'The Symbol of the North is the Pen; The Symbol of the South is the Bludgeon.' Cartoon, American, 1856.
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0350479
FREE SILVER CARTOON, 1895.
'Fizz! Boom!! Ah!!!' Cartoon depicting Richard Parks Bland, Charles F. Crisp, Henry Moore Teller, Davis Hanson Waite, Joseph C.S. Blackburn, Edward Oliver Wolcott, John Tyler Morgan and William Morris Stewart lighting fireworks, with Wiiliam Harvey and William Peffer at right. Chromolithograph, 1895.
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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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0005494
WILLIAM S. HART (1870-1946).
American actor. In a scene from 'Tumbleweeds,' 1926.
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0163562
CIVIL WAR: PAYMASTER.
Major W.S. Stryker, a Union army paymaster. Photograph, c1863.
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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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0108323
FREDERICK DOUGLASS
(c1817-1895). American abolitionist. Douglass receiving a salute of honor from the guns on Governor's Island, New York, while on his way to Santo Domingo to conduct negotiations on behalf of President Grant, c1871. Half-tone reproduction of a painting by William E. Mears, c1900.
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0049615
SIR W.S. GILBERT (1836-1911).
Sir William Schwenck Gilbert, English playwright. Canvas, 1886, by F. Holl.
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0034130
WILLIAM SURREY HART
(1872-1946). American actor. On a French movie poster for Gaumont, c1920, designed by VilŠ.
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0408351
WYOMING: FORT SANDERS.
Generals Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, Hooker, Harney, Dodge, Gibbon, and Potter at Fort Sanders, Wyoming, for a meeting regarding the Union Pacific Railroad. Photographed by Andrew J. Russell, 1868.
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0108002
ROOSEVELT FAMILY, 1934.
Two young men of the Roosevelt family vacationing in Bermuda. From left: George E. Roosevelt, Jr.; Van S. Merle-Smith, Jr.; and W. Emlen Roosevelt. Photographed 1934.
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0014095
SHAKESPEARE: RICHARD III.
English actor David Garrick (1717-1779) in the title role of William Shakespeare's 'Richard III.' Mezzotint, 1825, by Samuel William Reynolds after a painting by Nathaniel Dance-Holland.
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0260591
HORSE RACING, 1880.
'The Queen of the Turf Maud S., Driven by W.W. Bair.' Lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1880.
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0003816
WILLIAM S. HART (1870-1946).
American actor. In a scene from 'Tumbleweeds,' 1926.
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0370604
GRANT: FUNERAL, 1885.
Head of the procession led by Major-General Winfield Scott Hancock down Fifth Avenue in New York City. Engraving, English, 1885.
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0003817
WILLIAM S. HART (1870-1946).
American actor. In a scene from 'Tumbleweeds,' 1926.
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0005209
WILLIAM S. HART.
In a scene from 'The Aryan', 1916.
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0036629
WILLIAM S. HART (1870-1946).
American actor. In a scene from 'Tumbleweeds,' 1926.
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0129615
STEAM TUG BOAT, 1840s.
The paddle wheel steam tugboat 'Archimedes' used in the construction of the Illinois and Michigan Canal in the 1840s. Watercolor by W.E.S. Trowbridge, 1902.
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0003815
WILLIAM S. HART (1870-1946).
American actor. In a scene from 'Tumbleweeds,' 1926.
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0267560
CARTOON: PUCK, 1905.
'The Commercial Club of Washington.' Cartoon showing Nelson Aldrich as king of the U.S. Senate with Theodore Roosevelt kneeling before him. Cartoon by J.S. Pughe from the cover of 'Puck,' 25 October 1905.
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0322516
LEONORA BRAHAM (1853-1931).
English opera singer, in the title role of Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera, 'Patience,' 1881. Photograph.
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0028345
LEE'S SURRENDER, 1865.
The surrender of General Lee to General Grant at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, 9 April 1865. Drawing, 1887, by W. Taber after a lithograph.
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CARTOON: W.J. BRYAN, 1903.
'A Rank Foozler.' William Jennings Bryan as a golfer holding a golf club labeled 'Spite,' trying to hit a golf ball in the likeness of Grover Cleveland. Cartoon by J.S. Pughe from the cover of 'Puck,' 19 August 1903.
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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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WILLIAM S. HART (1870-1946).
American actor. In a scene from 'Tumbleweeds,' 1926.
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0268390
OPERA: RUDDYGORE, 1887.
Scenes from the comic opera, 'Ruddygore,' written by Gilbert and Sullivan, performed at the Savoy Theatre in London. Engraving, English, 1887.
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THEATER PERFORMANCE.†
'The Mikado' - production by the Carl Rosa Company at the Gielgud Theatre, London, opened 31 January 2008. Shown: Nichola McAuliffe as 'Katisha. Comic opera also known as 'The Town of Titipu' with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert. Full credit: Tristram Kenton / Lebrecht Music & Arts / Granger, NYC -- All rights r
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THEATER PERFORMANCE.†
'The Mikado' - production by the Carl Rosa Company at the Gielgud Theatre, London, opened 31 January 2008. Shown: Alistair McGowan as 'The Mikado.' Comic opera also known as 'The Town of Titipu' with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert. Full credit: Tristram Kenton / Lebrecht Music & Arts / Granger, NYC -- All right
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DANCE.†
Patience by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, Stiofan O'Doherty as Archibald Grosvenor with the three little maids, Union Theatre, London, UK, 15 February - 10 March 2012. Choreographed by Drew McOnie; Musical Supervision by Michael England; Musical Direction by Richard Bates; Design by Kingsley Hall; Lighting design by Steve Miller. Full credit:
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