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Royalty-free stock photo of Riverweed (Podostemaceae) plants.
Royalty-free stock photo of Water-willow (Justicia) plants.
Royalty-free stock photo of a Harperella (Ptilimnium nodosum) plant.
Royalty-free photochrom stock photo of a Mahomedan woman in traditional dress, a dark cloak covering her entire body, Mostar, Herzegowina, Austro-Hungary, c 1890-1900.
This photochrom stock photo, c 1900, shows the waterfalls from the mills on the American shore of Niagara.
Royalty-free black and white holiday stock photo of an African American man watchcing from a doorway as a woman, seated in a chair, plucks the feathers off of a dead turkey bird, preparing for Thanksgiving dinner in 1900.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of a man with an artificial arm, welding products and wearing safety goggles, 1919.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of a group of young men working and making artificial legs in the J.E. Hangar shop where prosthetics are made, Washington DC, 1916.
Royalty-free Japanese art stock photo of a man cutting boards and two men building a wall, Tategawa at the capital, by Katsushika Hokusai, c 1833-1834.
Royalty-free Japanese art stock photo of a wisteria plant growing in a hanging container shaped like a boat, by Tsukimaro Kitagawa, c 1810-1814.
Royalty-free black and white americana stock photo of a crowd of spectators viewing school children in bleachers, with the girls in white dresses and boys in dark gowns, forming the American Flag, 1910.
Royalty-free americana stock photo of a woman, lady liberty, wearing a red sash and a white shirt over a blue skirt with white stars, holding a sword at her side and an American Flag proudly above her head, c 1862.
Royalty-free americana stock photo of an American boy wearing Union Army cap hat, leaning an american flag pole against his chest with the striped tip of the flag draped over his shoulder, holding up his fists, titled "Don’t Touch My Flag!" c 1898.
Royalty-free art stock photo of two cherubs with wings flying by a beautiful young woman, by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, c 1893. One angel is handing the woman a red rose.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of people standing near a transformer at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Chickamauga Dam, Chattanooga, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a construction at work on the Douglas Dam, Tennessee, June of 1942. Here you can see a crane.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of vehicles parked near a steel mill under construction, Columbia Steel Co in Geneva, Utah, November of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the Shasta Dam under construction in Redding, California in June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the Douglas Dam under construction, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the Douglas Dam under construction, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the aggregate storage pile which provides crushed stone and sand at Fort Loudon Dam, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the Shasta Dam under construction in Redding, California in June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the Shasta Dam under construction in Redding, California in June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the early stages of construction work at the Douglas Dam, Tennessee, June of 1942. Here you can see a crane.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a male welder working on the Douglas Dam, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a man gas welding a joint in a line of spiral pipe at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Douglas Dam on the French Broad River, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of partly finished open hearth furnaces and stacks for a steel mill under construction, Columbia Steel Co in Geneva, Utah, November of 1942. You can see snow capped mountains in the background.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a man driving a truck on the construction site of the Tenessee Valley Authority (TVA) Douglas Dam in Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a male rigger called Big Pete Ramagos working on the work on Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Douglas Dam, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a man operating a crane on the construction site of the Tessee Valley Authority (TVA) Douglas Dam in Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the Shasta Dam under construction in Redding, California in June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of the central tower from which cable buckets carry materials used in the construction of Shasta dam, Redding, California, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a connstruction on the TVA’s Douglas Dam, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of excavating within the log cofferdam during an early stage of construction at the Douglas Dam, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of construction at Douglas Dam, Tennessee with log coffer dam, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a male carpenter wearing a hardhat working against a blue cloudy sky at the construction site of the Douglas Dam on the French Broad River, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of construction on the Douglas Dam, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of workers checking the alignment of a turbine shaft at the top of the guide bearing in a hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of construction workers constructing a building for a new steel mill, Columbia Steel Co in Geneva, Utah, November of 1942. There are snow capped ountains in the background.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of a man checking a large sand casting to blueprints’ specification at Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of a male factory worker in the aluminum casting industry, rejecting duds due to imperfections while throwing them back into the furnaces for recasting, Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of two women working war jobs, inspecting heads of heat-treated pistons prior to Brinnell hardness testing, Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of two male factory workers wrapping and packing finished pistons while preparing them for shipment to ordnance depots to be used in army jeeps at Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of a man reaming pin holes in piston cylinders that will be used in army jeeps, Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of 1 battery of 1,000 and 2,000 pound rotary, oil-fired melting furnaces at Aluminum Industries Inc, Ohio, February 1942.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of 37 mm armour piercing aluminum castings used in anti-tank guns in a war production factory, Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of two men working in a factory, boring holes in the base of 37-millimeter armour piercing shot where primers will be inserted at Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of a woman taking a close look at magnesium alloy and castings while working on an inspection line in a factory, Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial black and white stock photo of certified aluminum ingots or "pigs" stacked in a storage room in an aluminum plant at Aluminum Industries Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio, February of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a male welder standing in front of a railroad car at the rip tracks at Proviso yard of the C & NW RR, Chicago, Illinois, April of 1943. This man is Mike Evans.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a welder making boilers for a ship at Combustion Engineering Co in Chattanooga, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a mechanical operator working on boiler parts at the Combustion Engineering Co in Chattanooga, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a group of male welders making boilers for a ship at the Combustion Engineering Co in Chattanooga, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a welder crouching while making boilers for a ship at the Combustion Engineering Co in Chattanooga, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a welder working in the round-house at the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad’s Proviso yard, Melrose Park, Illinois, December of 1942. Here you see orange sparks flying through the air. The man is in the darkness.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a welder in protective clothing, bending over while making boilers for a ship at the Combustion Engineering Co in Chattanooga, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a welder making boilers for a ship at Combustion Engineering Co in Chattanooga, Tennessee, June of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a male welder in coveralls, holding a protective mask at the C & NW RR locomotive shops, 40th Street shops, Chicago, Illinois, December of 1942.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a female welder at Heil and Co in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, February 1943. This is Enola O’Connell at the age of 32.
Royalty-free industrial stock photo of a maintenance man at the Combustion Engineering Co in Chattanooga, Tennessee, June of 1942. This press can shape steel plates several inches in thickness.
Royalty-free art stock photo of a girl in a pink gown, feeding a white peacock and a regular peacock, titled a Girl Feeding Peacocks by Frederic Lord Leighton c 1862-1863. She is holding a tray of bird seed and pigeons are landing on it.
Royalty-free art stock photo of a girl carrying a basket of fruit on her head, Eucharis by Frederic Lord Leighton c 1863.
Royalty-free sepia people toned stock photo of a little curly haired girl wearing a hat, coat with fur trim, standing and facing front while holding her doll toy, photographed by Parkison, Morris Burke Parkison in 1898.
Royalty-free art stock photo of a man kissing a woman passionately on the cheek, titled The Kiss by Gustav Klimt, c 1907.
Royalty-free art stock photo of a young woman or girl with her body facing to the left, her head looking slightly forward at the viewer, wearing a scarf over her head and a pearl earring, titled Girl with a Pearl Earring and painted by Johannes Vermeer, c 1665–1675. This painting is often referred to as the Dutch Mona Lisa or Mona Lisa of the North.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of men of the Navy and Marine Corps in a battle of tug of war in Vera Cruz, date uknown.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of a large group of young college men engaged in a game of tug of war at Columbia University, date uknown.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of people watching a battle of tug of war on the 4th of July, Skagway, Alaska, between 1900 and 1916. Here you see the men involved in the battle lying on the ground pulling with all their might.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of a group of school children playing tug of war on a playground, being watched by adults, Missouri, August of 1938.
Royalty-free art stock photo of a portrait of the three graces, three nude young woman facing different directions, holding apples, painted by Raphael, c 1504-1505. In Greek Mythology, these are the goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity and fertility. They are Aglaea, Euphrosyne, and Thalia.
Royalty-free art stock photo of a Portrait of a woman, Maddalena Doni, posed very similar to the Mona Lisa, painted by Raphael, c 1506.
Royalty-free art stock photo of a young man wearing leaves and grapes on his head, wearing only a white cloth draped over his shoulder, baring part of his chest, holding a glass of red wine, seated by a bowl of pears, apples, grapes and plums and a bottle of wine, painted by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio c 1593.
Royalty-free stock photo of Queen Catherine the Great wearing a blue coat, standing beside her small whippet dog in the Garden of Tsarskoye Selo, painted by Vladimir Borovikovsky, c 1794. The Chesme Column is in the background.
Royalty-free stock photo of birds on a stand and men playing instruments and clowing around at the entertainment of Empress Anna, Anna of Russia, Queen Anna, c 1872.
Royalty-free stock photo of Queen Catherine I of Russia seated in a gown with a red sash, by Jean-Marc Nattier c 1717.
Royalty-free stock photo of queen duchess and empress of Russia, Anna Ivanovna, standing in an elegant green gown, her hand on a golden ball on a red stool.
Royalty-free stock photo of Queen Catherine II of Russia seated in a gown, holding a wand, painted by Alexey Petrovich Antropov.
Royalty-free art stock photo of Maria Feodorovna of Glucksburg, Maria Feodorovna Romanova, born Princess Dagmar of Denmark, the wife of russian tsar Alexander III, painted by Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoi, c 1880. She is wearing a beautiful gown, necklaces and chokers as well as other jewels, a veil and holding a fan.
Royalty-free black and white Christian stock photo of Jesus Christ holding his heart out in front of him, created between 1850 and 1900. His heart has a twin around it and a cross growing above it.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of a cute little girl child hanging a stocking on the mantle of a fireplace. She has short curly hair and is wearing a night shirt that is baring her behind as she reaches up. She is wearing only one shoe and boot.
Royalty-free stock photo of people gathering at a home for a party on a snowing winter Christmas Eve. Here you see a horse drawn carriage on the street, people unloading.
Royalty-free photochrom stock photo of the cloister at St. Bavon Abbey in Ghent, Belgium, between 1890 and 1900. Here you see vines growing on the building. There is a windy path to the right.
Royalty-free photochrom stock photo of St. Hubert’s gallery, Brussels, Belgium, between 1890 and 1900. This gallery is also known as the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert.
Royalty-free photochrom stock photo of From the seaside city of Jaffa on the Mediterranean Sea, Holy Land, Israel, between 1890 and 1900. Here you see two men in a rowboat on the blue waters.
Royalty-free photochrom stock photo of the Railway station and Pilatus moutain as seen from Neuschweizerhaus, Lucerne, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900. Here you can see the buildings reflecting on the still waters.
Royalty-free photochrome stock photo of the Madonna del Sasso high above the village of Locarno on the shore of Lake Maggiore (Lago Maggiore) in Ticino, Tessin, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900. This scene is surrounded by snow-free mountains.
Royalty-free photochrome stock photo of tourists at the Schynige Platte Railway station with a view of the valley below Wetterhorn and Schreckhorn mountains, Schynige Platte, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white historical royalty-free stock photo of a power house mechanic man working on a steam pump, using all of his arm muscles and a large wrench on bolts, taken by Lewis Hine in 1920.
Royalty-free historical photochrom stock photo of the plants in the Tresco Abbey Gardens on the Scilly Isles in Cornwall, England, between 1890 and 1900. Here you can see the ivy covered walls and arch over the pathway.
Royalty-free black and white music stock photo of Ella Fitzgerald taken by Carl Van Vechten in 1940.
Royalty-free black and white music stock photo of blues musician Ethel Waters with a hat strapped around her head, taken by Carl Van Vechten in 1938.
Royalty-free black and white music stock photo of the famous and influential blues singer, Bessie Smith, looking up over her shoulder at an African American face mask, taken by Carl Van Vechten in 1936.
Photograph with photochrom coloring of a young woman seated and posed in a native costume, including a neat fanned hat and necklaces, her hands in her lap, looking to the right, Carniola, Austro-Hungary, between 1890 and 1900.
Photograph in black and white of a young caucasian mother with her hair tied up, leaning over her baby and kissing it on the forehead while it sleeps in a bassinet, 1912.
Historical black and white photo of a little girl climbing in or out of bed, wearing an old fashioned undershirt, looking back at the bottom of her foot, 1905.
Historical black and white photograph of an image originally titled "The Manger" showing a young mother in a white gown with a white lace veil, holding her baby in her arms while seated in a manger, bright sunlight shining in from the window behind her, Newport, Rhode Island, 1901.
Royalty-free stock photo in black and white of a rear view of a woman using a gadget to tighten and close up the back of her skirt, 1899.
Black and white photograph of a potted Palm tree in a garden, 1920.
Photo in black and white of a taro (kalo) patch and coconut trees reflecting in water, Hawaii, 1908.
Photograph in black and white of two rows of trees down an avenue of coconut palms, a net or hammock up high, Florida, 1891.
Photo in black and white of a palm tree near a pond in Panama, 1911.
Photograph in black and white of an Arabian man seated in sand on a beach near palm trees, The Araba, Negeb el-Shurk, Gulf of Akaba and el-Kuntilla, 1934.
Black and white photograph of a healthy date palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera), between 1898 and 1946.
Photo in black and white of a river scene showing a boat with a sail on the River Nile in Cairo, Egypt, palm trees on the shore, between 1934 and 1939.
Photograph of a large Travellers palm (Ravenala madagascariensis) near a building, open and fanned out, Africa, between 1900 and 1923.
Black and white photo of three young African American boys holding and eating a giant piece of watermelon, all smiling, on a white background.
Black and white photo of a caricatured African American man holding a pack of tobacco and baring a toothy smile, 1890. There is also a color version available.
Caricature photo of Idi Amin Dada, President of Uganda from 1971-1979. Here he is depicted as a bloated, powerful figure in a military costume, covered with medals and insignia, standing and holding a sceptor, crowned by a small head with heavy features. Idi Amin committed appalling acts of violence against the people of his country. A career army officer, Amin overthrew the elected government of Milton Obote in 1971. During Amin’s first year in office, he ordered massacres of troops whom he suspected of disloyalty. In 1972, he expelled Uganda’s Indian and Pakistani populations, people who owned most of Uganda’s businesses. This hastened the country’s economic decline. Following a coup attempt in 1972, Amin sent squads of soldiers to seize and kill Ugandans who criticized him or whom he considered dangerous. Tanzanians and exiled Ugandans infiltrated Uganda and overthrew Amin’s government in 1979. He fled to Libya, then Saudi Arabia, then Bahrain. An estimated 300,000, possibly 500,000 civilians may have been killed under Amin’s regime.
Photograph of a woman standing behind a large pile of hunted and killed game birds, holding one up. Market hunting, which is mass hunting of game birds for the dinner table and restaurant trade, pushed several species of waterfowl to the brink of extinction during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, and led to a general decline in America’s bird populations. In turn, this wanton slaughter created the momentum for the passage of early game bird laws like the Lacey Act in 1900 and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918, as well as prompting the creation of private and public sanctuaries for birds, among them Florida’s Pelican Island, which became the Nation’s first national wildlife refuge in 1903. These wild ducks were seized from market hunters in California (photo estimated to be circa 1930’s) and donated to a Pittsburg, California, sanitarium for use as the case proceeded through the courts.
Royalty-free sepia toned animal stock photo of a buffalo holding strong in foggy, snowy and frosty weather. You can see the frost coating his fur.
Royalty-free people stock photo of an elder Israelite man seated with a book in his lap Jerusalem, Israel, between 1890 and 1900.
Photograph of the front of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, Israel, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white photograph of a closeup of the columns and architectural elements at the Temple of Jupiter, Baalbek, Lebanon, 1936.
Vintage WW II military photograph of Rosie the Riveter wearing a red bandana and flexing her muscles, created by J. Howard Miller. This image has been cut out and is on a white background, the "We Can Do It!" text has been removed. Other versions are also available.
Photograph of Helgoland (Heligoland) as seen from above, Germany, between 1890 and 1900, with photochrom coloring. Here you can see buildings and boats.
Black and white photograph of a man leaning on the giant urn on the tholos of the Deir Monestary at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white photograph of a man standing outside a rock cut tomb at Wadi Musa, Petra, Jordan in the El Mesrah area. This is a double corniced tomb with pilasters, Nabatean capitals and pedimented doorway. Taken between 1920 and 1933. I believe this is the Armor Tomb, which may have been a triclinium, however I have compared to a more recent image in which the facade looks much more eroded.
Photochrome image of the Monks promenade at Mont Saint-Michel in France, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white photo of a monk inside a church up a small flight of stairs on a platform, mopping the floor, a large lantern behind him, Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white photo of a young Greek Orthodox monk in a convent library, Jerusalem, between 1898 and 1946.
Photograph of columns on the round Temple of Venus in Baalbek, Lebanon, between 1890 and 1900.
Stock photograph with photochrome coloring showing the exterior of theTemple of Jupiter in ruins, Baalbek, Lebanon, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white photograph of a woman in a wooden egg costume as the human roly poly dancing dolly in 1915.
Photo in photochrom coloring of an elegant interior with high ceilings, crystal chandeliers, circular chair, and arches private drawing room, Kasr-el-Said, Tunisia, 1899.
Photochrome image of a Bedouin mother with her three children, seated on a bale of hay, reaching her hand out for money, begging bypassers, Tunis, Tunisia, 1899.
Black and white photograph of a Russian dancer (Lubowska) facing left wearing a Cleopatra costume, two hands up in front of her, one leg bent behind her, 1915.
Photograph of a woman checking a gasoline hose on a gasoline trailer prior to being turned over to the Air Force, 1943. This woman is Agnes Cliemka, age 23, Heil and Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Photograph of a woman checking a gasoline hose on a gasoline trailer prior to being turned over to the Air Force, 1943. This woman is Agnes Cliemka, age 23, Heil and Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Photochrome photo of the throne room at Miramar, showing the throne at the end of the room, with red curtains, woden floors, a fireplace with a giant painting above it, chairs on the side of the room and giant candelabra chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, Istria, Austro-Hungary
Vintage photograph of the an elegant room with arcades, chandeliers, marble topped furniture, and patterned carpet leading the eye to the throne at the end of the room, the Throne Room, Bardo, Tunis, Tunisia, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photograph with photochrom coloring of a view of the park and Fontainebleau Palace in France under a cloudy blue sky, shrubs in the foreground, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photograph with photochrome coloring, showing the throne with curtains swept aside in the throne room of Fontainebleau Palace, a crystal chandelier hanging over a table covered with a red velvety cloth, France, between 1890 and 1900.
Stock photograph of the people on a patio viewing the carp Pond at Fontainebleau Palace, France, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photochrome photo of the Gallery of Henry II, Fontainebleau Palace, France, showing the intricate ceiling and wooden floors, chandeliers lining each side of the room, arcades and paintings, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photograph in photochrome of a view of Fontainebleau Palace reflecting in the water as seen from the park, France, between 1890 and 1900.
Photo in black and white of salt formation minerals that were harvested from the Dead Sea, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Historical Neuschwanstein photograph in photochrom situated on the top of a mountain, surrounded by other mountain peaks and forests, Upper Bavaria, Germany, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photochrome photograph of the Throne Room of the Neuschwanstein Castle with a view of steps leading down from where the throne should have been (but never was) to the mosiac floor decorated with scenes of animals such as antelope, elephants and deer laid in tile, columns and arcades surrounding the floor, and intricate paintings including angels on the walls, Upper Bavaria, Germany, between 1890 and 1900.
Photochrome photograph of paintings on the walls depicting the Lohengrin story in the drawing room of Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria, Germany, a large candle chandelier hanging from the wooden beamed ceiling over a room with wood floors, adorned with blue curtains, chairs and a table covered in a blue cloth, a rug in the center of the room, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photo of the elegant dining room of Neuschwanstein Castle with curtain draped doors, curtains swept to the side, opening to a scene of red and gold chairs around a table topped with candelabras and a statue sitting on a red patterned rug in the center of the room, under a golden candle chandelier, paintings on the walls, wooden ceiling, a fireplace with a statue of a Trumpeter Swan on the mantle, and another set of doors draped with red curtains, leading into another open room with red circled wallpaper, Upper Bavaria, Germany, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photochrome photo of the music room at Neuschwanstein Castle, showing a row pattern in the flooring, the room lined with windows, chairs, tall candleabras, arcades in the back wall, and gorgeous chandeliers hanging from a vaulted wood ceiling, Upper Bavaria, Germany, between 1890 and 1900.
Photochrom photograph of the main stairway in the interior of the Herrenchiemsee Castle, Upper Bavaria, Germany, showing statues, paintings, chandeliers, columns, the skylights in the ceiling and the diamond patterned flooring, between 1890 and 1900.
Photochrom photograph of a Royal bedroom at Herrenchiemsee Castle, Upper Bavaria, Germany, between 1890 and 1900. Here you can see railing rounded near the bed that is adorned with curtains and golden accents, panels of wallpaper, intricate moldings and tall candleabras with white candles.
Napoleon I’s bedroom photochrom photo in Fontainebleau Palace, France with a crystal chandelier, wooden floors, fireplace, curtained bed and furniture, between 1890 and 1900.
Elegant and open bedroom photograph of a tall post with candles, chairs, chandelier, and bed in Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria, Germany, between 1890 and 1900. The walls are decorated with paintings of couples in love and the ceiling is decorated in a wooden pattern.
Black and white photograph of Marie Dressler (Leila Marie Koerber) with her hands on her chest, wearing a lamp shade over her face, her eyes wide, 1909.
Vintage photograph of Florence Nightingale, nurse, at Scutari in 1854, wearing a white shawl around her upper body, her hand resting on her chest, holding a small lamp in front of a man who is seated with a shawl around his shoulders and neck, c 1891.
Black and white photo of two men collecting the Christmas mail from the mail chute leaving the RMS Lusitania, date unknown.
Black and white photo of the Lusitania ship and tugboat docking at Hudson River piers in 1908.
Photo of the Lusitania near a pier, New York City, November 20th 1908.
Black and white photograph of the RMS Lusitania docking at Hudson River piers in 1908.
Historical photograph of tugboats and the RMS Lusitania arriving in New York City, September 13th 1907.
Black and white photograph of Christmas mail heading down the mail chute, leaving the RMS Lusitania, life boats in the background, date unknown.
Black and white stock photo of people watching as the RMS Lusitania arrives in the New York Harbor for the first time on September 13th 1907, starboard view.
Vintage Irish military photograph of the attack on the Lusitania, surrounded by bodies of victims with text reading "Irishmen avenge the Lusitania. Join an Irish Regiment Today."
Black and white photo of the RMS Lusitania ship as seen from the Singer Building, other buildings and boats below, New York City, 1908
Black and white photograph of the bow and portside of the RMS Lusitania in a harbor, many different flags along a rope, between 1908 and 1914.
Historical black and white photo of the first appearance of the Lusitania in the New York Harbor on September 13th 1907, buildings in the foreground.
Black and white photograph of a man on the RMS Lusitania, sending Christmas mail down the mail chute, date unknown.
Black and white photograph of two boats near the Lusitania, date uknown.
Historical panoramic sepia toned photograph of the Lusitania docked at the end of her record voyage, surrounded by people and next to a Cunard building, 1907.
Historical sepia photograph of the RMS Lusitania ship coming into port in New York Harbor, between 1907 and 1915.
Black and white photograph of a crowd viewing the Lusitania as it docks in the New York Harbor, September 13th 1907.
Historical black and white photograph of people, some with umbrellas, watching as the RMS Lusitania arrives in New York City with a view of the starboard side at the dock, 1907.
Photo of the broadside of the Lusitania being viewed by a crowd of people in the New York Harbor, 1907.
Historical black and white photograph of passengers on the Lusitania, standing on deck looking outwards, luggage above, March 6th 1914. These people are noted to be returning baseball tourists.
Black and white historical photograph of a tugboat against the hull of the Lusitania, baseball men on dock, watching, person standing on the very tip of the ship, March 6th 1914.
Black and white photograph of a smaller ship alongside the Lusitania, date uknown.
Historical black and white Frances Benjamin Johnston photo of the bow and portside of the Lusitania during its first appearance in the New York Harbor on September 13th 1907, crowd of people in the foreground.
Black and white industrial photograph of beams of light shining through skylights in the interior of an industrial building during electrical installation, in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv, between 1920 and 1946.
Black and white photo of a male photographer in a suit, seated on a board tied to a rope, similar to a swing, suspended from a crane hook, high above a city, taking a picture from an aerial perspective, blurred buildings in the background, between 1909 and 1932. This could symbolize someone being hooked on photography.
Black and white photograph of a male photographer wearing a long sleeved shirt and sun hat, standing in water up to his helbows, bending over and looking into the viewfinder of a Reighard’s sub-aquatic camera, taking an underwater photograph, August 9th 1909.
Stock photo of a scrap pile of used automobile tires in a junk yard, 1941. The rubber content of these tires can be reclaimed successfully to replace the use of new rubber in many articles.
Black and white photograph of 7 Mack Sennett girls in costumes posing with tires, 3 of them sitting in the tires, 2 of them standing with their heads in the tires and 2 of them standing on the side, between 1920 and 1932.
Stock photograph of the process of retiring a locomotive driver wheel, Shopton, Iowa, showing heat and flames around the wheel, 1943.
Stock photo of a scrap pile of used automobile tires and iron in a junk yard, 1941. The rubber content of these tires can be reclaimed successfully to replace the use of new rubber in many articles. You can see parts of vehicle grills in the mix.
Stock photograph of a stock room of a rubber factory full of stacks of Automobile tires in Akron, Ohio, 1917.
Black and white photograph of two men standing at machines in a tire shop, making handmade tires and putting on the first ply, 1916.
Black and white photograph of three shelves of used tires for sale for 25 cents, 50 cents and a dollar, 1939.
Historical photo of a male middle aged caucasian mechanical operator working on boiler parts at the Combustion Engineering Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1942.
Stock photograph of a male caucasian mechanic training a young caucasian woman with Douglas training methods at Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California, 1942. Here they are working on an airplane engine.
Historical photograph of a male middle aged caucasian maintenance mechanic in a coal press, stopping to pose while holding his tools, Combustion Engineering Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1942.
Stock photograph of two men riding in a De Dion motor carriage, a compact car, during Winter in 1901. Note that the steering wheel is in the center of the car and there is another seat in front of the two men, available for other passengers.
Black and white photograph of a group of five people in a floral decorated carriage being pulled by two white horses, also decorated with floral blankets, 1895.
Black and white photograph of Louis Frank riding a compact carriage being pulled by a dark horse at the Speedway Parade, Strange Leaf, New York City, May 1st 1908.
Vintage stock photo of a man and woman walking side by side in a busy village scne of pedestrians and carriages. Created by Edward Penfield for Harper’s March, 1897.
Black and white photograph of an Asian woman lying on her back on an overturned jinrickshaw carriage that was being pulled by a man who is holding onto the bars with a shocked look on his face, between 1890 and 1923.
Vintage stock photograph of horse drawn carriages of D. Rosenberg & Sons, standard carriage varnishes, New York, c 1878.
Vintage stock photo of a man and woman riding in a carriage, being pulled by a horse. Created by Edward Penfield, 1902.
Stock photograph of two large cows, draped in blankets, pulling a royal carrriage, between 1890 and 1923.
Vintage stock photo of a man and woman riding in a carriage, being pulled by a white horse. Created by Edward Penfield for Harper’s September, 1897.
Vintage stock photo of a woman riding in a carriage, being pulled by a horse, a man saluting. Created by Edward Penfield for Harper’s August, 1897.
Black and white photograph of a young caucasian mother kneeling on the floor of a family room, holding her baby that is sitting in a baby carriage, 1913.
Vintage stock photo of a woman riding in a carriage, being pulled by a horse. Created by Edward Penfield, 1900.
Vintage Japanese stock photo of an American man riding in a carriage along the shoreline in Yokohama, Japan, with a dog in the foreground and an American ship in the background, c 1861.
Historical photo of the extravagant carriage that belonged to Charles X, displayed in a museum on a wooden floor in Versailles, France, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white stock photograph of an elegant horse drawn carriage.
Black and white stock photograph of a pack of 6 camels and riders, pulling along a carriage through a desert landscape, India, between 1890 and 1923.
Vintage Japanese photograph of a collage of vehicles, including rickshaws, coaches, hand-drawn carts, wheeled devices powered by hands and feet, paddleboats, and trains, c between 1850 and 1900.
Black and white photograph of a carriage manufactured by the Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus, Ohio, 1904.
Vintage Japanese stock photo of foreign officials riding in a carriage, c 1860.
Vintage photochrome photo of the white Belvedere pavillion and rock of Marie Antoinette reflecting in the water and surrounded by trees at the Petit Trianon, Palace of Versailles, Versailles, France, between 1890 and 1900.
Photochrome stock photo of a bed, fireplace and chairs in the bedroom of Marie Antoinette at Petit Trianon, Versailles, France, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photochrome photograph of chairs lining one wall and a railing in the extravagant and elegant bedroom of Marie Antoinette in Fontainebleau Palace, France, a crystal chandelier hanging from the ceiling, curtains swept to the side around the bed, taken between 1890 and 1900.
Historical photograph of a painting of Queen Marie Antoinette seated in an extravagant blue gown, surrounded by luxurious red curtains, one hand on a globe, date uknown.
Black and white aerial stock photo of Barcelona as seen from Monjuich, showing the harbor, between 1860 and 1880.
Black and white stock photograph of a man pointing at the tombs in Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946. Seen here are the double cornice tomb 69 and tomb 67.
Black and white stock photo of the Columbarium on the Eastern facade of el-Habis at Petra, Jordan, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white stock photo of tomb 70 and the tomb of Uneishu by other toms in Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white photo of a person crouching by the water fall, Wady Al Siyagh, at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Sepia toned stock photograph of Greta Lovisa Gustafsson (Greta Garbo) in soft focus, facing left with her hand on her chest, in a dramatic pose, 1925.
Black and white stock photograph of Lillian Diana Gish wearing a chiffon cloth over hea head, her hands on the mouth of a egyptian style vase, resting her chin on it, 1915.
Black and white stock photograph of Edward Everett Hale nearly in profile, facing right, 1902.
Black and white photograph of Frederick Douglass with his head facing right, date unknown.
Black and white stock photo of a fossil mastodon skull showing teeth. They were similar to woolly mammoths. Mastodons first appeared four million years ago and became extinct about 10,000 years ago.
Black and white photograph of paleontologist Norman Ross at the National Museum, preparing the skeleton of a dinosaur that was seven or eight million years old for exhibition, 1921. Here he is working on the tail.
Vintage photograph of Hotel de Caux overlooking Rochers de Naye, Geneva Lake, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Photo from behind the Rochers de Naye Grand Hotel with a view of the railroad and train station and the summit, near near Geneva Lake, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage stock photograph of people standing on the ground of Hotel Wildstrubel near Gemmi pass, the snow capped Swiss Alps mountains in the background, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland between 1890 and 1900.
Stock photograph of moonlight shining on the Rhine Falls at night, Laufen Castle to the right of the falls, Schaffhausen, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage stock photograph of the Rhine Falls under the moon at night, red and blue tones added to the water, Laufen Castle to the right and a bridge spawning across the river, Bengal Light, Schaffhausen, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Stock photo of people standing outside a building, possibly a Gornergrat Railway train station, Matterhorn mountain in the background, Valais, Swiss Alps, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Stock photo of Hotel de Caux on a hill in Winter, surrounded by snow, with a view of Rochers de Naye and Dent de Jaman near Geneva Lake, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage stock photograph of a train station in the mountains, snow covered mtns in the background, Scheidegg, Rigi, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage photochrome stock photograph of the interior of the Grand Concert Hall, Zurich, Switzerland, with an intricate ceiling and chandeleirs, between 1890 and 1900.
Stock photograph of Tell’s Chapel at sunset on the shore of Lake Lucerne in Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage stock photograph of an elegant and large white oven in the museum, Seidenhofe, Zurich, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage stock photograph of a Gothic Room in a museum in Zurich, Switzerland, with a table, chairs and interesting chandeleir, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage stock photograph of a boat near Chateau de Chillon (Chillon Castle) on the shore of Geneva Lake, Dents du Midi mountains in the background, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage stock photograph of a boat near Chillon Castle on the shore of Geneva Lake, Switzerland, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage stock photograph of a view on a railroad station, Jungfrau, Eigerhohle, with Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, as seen through an ice cave at sunset, between 1890 and 1900.
Vintage military photograph of a young caucasian woman in a red suit, wearing a tag that reads "Zone X Temporary 0000" putting finishing touches on the bombadier nose section of a B-17F navy bomber, Long Beach, California, c 1943. The text reads "The more women at work the sooner we win! Women are needed also as farm workers, typists, salespeople, waitresses, bus drivers, taxi drivers, timekeepers, elevator operators, messengers, laundresses, teachers, conductors - and in hundreds of other war jobs! See your local U.S. Employment Service."
Stock photograph of a whaling ship called "Nancy Grey" pulling along a carcass, Skaaro, Norway, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white photograph of two Philipino midgets, one male, one female, standing with bodies towards eachother, looking forward, 1914.
Vintage photo of immigrants on a ship with the American flag waving in the background and text reading "Remember! The flag of liberty - support it! Buy U.S. government bonds 3rd. Liberty Loan" c 1918.
Vintage military photo of Uncle Sam in the sky, holding a waving American flag and pointing his finger, above fighting troops, with airplanes flying overhead, c 1942.
Vintage military photo of a poster following the bombing of Pearl Harbor, 1941, showing an American Flag at half mast with holes in it, c 1942.
Black and white photo of the American Boxer Jack Johnson standing, facing front, smiling, his arms crossed in front of him, 1915.
1903 black and white photograph of Booker T Washington seated cross legged in a chair, wearing a suit and tie, reading a book, facing front, 1903.
Photo of President Ronald Reagan delivering his inaugural address on the west front of the U.S. Capitol, January 20th 1981.
Black and white photo of Ronald Reagan in uniform standing beside Jane Wyman (Sarah Jane Fulks) the first wife of Reagan, who is wearing a fur coat, standing at a microphone, 1943.
Photograph of Ronald Reagan speaking into microphones, between 1981 and 1989.
Photograph of President Ronald Reagan’s inaugural luncheon in the U.S. Capitol, January 20th 1981.
Black and white photo of Ronald Reagan speaking into microphones, between 1981 and 1989.
Photo of Ronald Reagan’s inauguration.
Photo of Ronald Reagan’s Inauguration.
Photo of Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman holding a bowling ball on a bowling alley, scene from Brother Rat, 1943.
Photo of Ronald Reagan’s Inauguration.
Photograph of Ronald Reagan speaking into microphones, between 1981 and 1989.
Photo of a fish-eye view of the rotunda in the U.S. Capitol, just prior to the swearing-in ceremony of Ronald Reagan, January 21st 1985.
Black and white photo of President Ronald Reagan and Donald Regan laughing and walking on a lawn, Geneva, Switzerland, during the summit meeting with Soviet leader Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev, 1985.
Sepia photograph of Sitting Bull with a peace pipe in his lap, facing front, 1884.
Black and white photograph of a KKK Rite ceremony showing a group of members in suits near an American Flag, an altar with K eagle in black robe at a meeting of nearly 30,000 Ku Klux Klan members from Chicago and northern Illinois, 1920.
Black and white photograph of a KKK funeral with a group of robed and masked Knights flanking the march to the grave, Homestead, Florida, 1924.
Photo of citizens of the Invisible Empire holding a ceremony in Homestead Hills, Pittsburgh with a lage group of masked and hooded Ku Klux Klan members, with flaming cross in the center, lighting the pages of an open bible on an altar, flanked on each side by American flags, 1922.
Black and white photograph of Martin Luther King Jr facing left with a big smile on his face, 1967.
Black and white photo of Martin Luther King in profile, facing right, 1960.
Photograph of Martin Luther King JR at a press conference, standing at a podium behind microphones and speaking, 1964.
Photograph of Martin Luther King seated at a table with a sheet of paper in front of him, his hands in front of him during a press conference, 1964.
Photo of Rabbi Abraham Heschel standing to the left of MLK, presenting the Judaism and World Peace award to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, 1965.
Black and white photograph of Martin Luther King, Jr., with one arm in the air at a freedom rally, Washington Temple Church, 1962.
Photo of Martin Luther King Jr resting his chin on his hand, mouth open, possibly speaking, 1967.
Three photos composed showing Martin Luther King Jr with different facial expressions, 1967.
Black and white photo of Martin Luther King holding a medallion that he received from Mayor Wagner, 1964.
Black and white photograph of MLK resting his chin on his hand, 1967.
Photo of Martin Luther King holding one arm out and speaking to microphones at a press conference, 1964.
Photograph of Martin Luther and Coretta Scott King standing side by side, facing front in 1964.
Photograph of Coretta Scott King shaking hands with New York City Mayor Robert Wagner, Martin Luther King, Jr. between them, 1964.
Black and white photograph of Andy Warhol and Tennessee Williams standing in jackets and sunglasses, facing eachother and chatting while on the S.S. France, two other men standing by, 1967.
Photograph of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan seated in a chair, facing eachother, 1893.
Black and white photo of a little girl in a dress, pointing ot a horse that is staring at a chalkboard in 1909. This horse is Prince Albert, Cuthbertson famous educated horse.
Black and white photo of two little girls standing at a blackboard, one pointing a stick to it, pretending to be a teacher, 1916.
Black and white photo of Buffalo Bill Cody (William Frederick Cody) Seated in a chair with his leggs crossed, wearing a suit and hat, holding a book with one hand and resting the other arm in his lap, 1907.
Black and white photo of William Frederick Cody, AKA Buffalo Bill, Standing beside Sitting Bull in 1897.
Black and white photogrpah of a Manhattan cityscape with the Woolworth Building, New York, 1916.
Black and white stock photo of a footpath on top of the Manhattan Bridge while being constructed, New York, between 1907 and 1915.
Black and white stock photograph of workmen under the nose on the face of George Washington during the construction of Mount Rushmore, 1932.
Black and white stock photograph of Gutzon Borglum’s model of the Mt. Rushmore memorial showing the faces of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln, a man standing on a ladder, 1936.
Black and white stock photograph of 18,000 officers and men at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa forming a human Statue of Liberty shape in 1917.
Vintage war photograph of a young caucasian woman wearing a military uniform, standing in front of an American flag, and text that reads "Are you a girl with star-spangled heart?--Join the WAC now! Thousands of Army jobs need filling!" c 1943.
Photo of a little caucasian girl lighting a long pipe for a senior caucasian man with a beard. The man is sitting in a chair and the girl is standing in front of him, shelves of books in the background, 1902.
Sepia photo of a young caucasian girl with long curly hair, holding a white dove in her arms, 1902.
Black and white photograph of a senior caucasian man with scruffy hair and a long beard, resting his hands on a cane, looking forward with his head at a slight tilt as if he is listening to the viewer talk, 1902.
Sepia photo of a young caucasian angel girl with wings, long curly hair and deep mysterious eyes, wrapped in chiffon, looking at the camera, 1902.
Blcak and white stock photograph of Henry Ford standing in a suit, his hat at his side, on the steps of the white house after a meeting with the president, 1927.
Black and white stock photo of Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company, standing in a light suit and tie, one hand in his pocket, the other hand resting on a chair in front of him, looking off to the left, 1934.
Black and white stock photo of Thomas Alva Edison, John Burroughs, and Henry Ford at Thomas’ home in Ft. Myers, Florida, standing in front of a palm tree, 1914.
Black and white stock photo of Henry Ford, Founder of Ford Motor Company, standing in a suit, tie and hat, 1916.
Black and white stock photograph of Clara Bryant Ford, Mrs Henry Ford, wife of Henry Ford, the founder of Ford Motor Company, seated in a dress, looking front, 1915.
Black and white stock photo of Henry Ford leaning against a wall, surrounded by a group of men, 1915.
Black and white photo of Henry Ford and a man standing in coats and hats, 1916.
Black and white stock photograph of Henry Ford fron the shoulders up, wearing a suit and tie, looking forward, 1919.
Photo of two real female riveters punching rivet holes in a frame member for a B-25 bomber, the plant of North American Aviation, Inc., California, 1942.
Real female riveter at work photo. Here a caucasian woman waring a bandana around her hair and a yellow shirt, operates a riveting machine at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant, joining sections of wing ribs to reinforce the inner wing assemblies of B-17F heavy bombers, Long Beach, California, 1942.
Photo of a real female riveter, Oyida Peaks, wearing a suite and operating a drill, riveting as part of her NYA training to become a mechanic at the Naval Air Base, Assembly and Repair Department, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942.
Photograph of a real female riveter, Virginia Davis, in the assembly and repair department of the Naval air base, working on an airplane while supervising Chas. Potter, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942.
Stock photograph of two real female riveters providing civil service while assempling an airplane in the Assembly and Repair Dept. at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942. These women were noted as Bowen and Olsen.
Photo of a real female riveter, Oyida Peaks, kneeling on an airplane wing, wearing a suite and operating a drill, riveting as part of her NYA training to become a mechanic at the Naval Air Base, Assembly and Repair Department, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942.
Photo of Virginia Davis a real female riveter in the assembly and repair department of the Naval air base, working on an airplane while supervising Chas. Potter, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942.
Photograph of a riveting team of one man and one woman working together on the cockpit shell of a B-25 bomber at the plant of North American Aviation, Inc., Inglewood, California, 1942. Here the woman is standing on the outside, wearing a red shirt and operating a drill while the man stands on the other side, applying pressure.
Stock photograph of two real female riveters providing civil service while assempling an airplane in the Assembly and Repair Dept. at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942. These women were noted as Bowen and Olsen.
Real riveter assembling a bomber. Here a female is riveting an A-20 bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant at Long Beach, California, 1942.
Photograph of two women, one of them being Marion C. Bourne, seated next to a large American-bred Russian Wolf Hound at a Mineola Dog Show, New York, June 5th 1908.
Black and white stock photograph of a woman, Marion C. Bourne, standing in a long black dress and hat, behind an American-bred Russian Wolf Hound named Michael Strogoff at a Mineola Dog Show, New York, June 5th 1908.
Black and white stock photograph of a man standing in a field, surrounded by a pack of hounds (Middlesex), Mineola, New York, June 5th 1908.
Black and white photograph of a male Indian in a corner, leaning on a wall, a pottery vessel beside him, playing a wind instrument, 1908.
Black and white stock image of 4 little boys playing with a tub of water while standing in their underwear, between 1930 and 1940.
Black and white stock photo of two little children playing with a baby carriage, 1900.
Stock image of the Eiffel Tower, river and bridge, and general view of the grounds, Exposition Universal, Paris, France, 1900.
Stock photograph of the Eiffel Tower, looking toward the Trocadero, Exposition Universal, Paris, France, 1900.
Stock photo of men standing on a stump, Mindoro, Philippines, between 1900 and 1923.
Stock image of logging camp Concord, New Hampshire, 1925.
Stock photo of lumberjacks posing by a giant cedar tree, 1906.
Stock photo of a man standing on a cut spruce tree, Oregon, 1918.
Stock image of stumps of redwood trees, Mendocino County, California, 1911.
Stock photo of a group of lumberjacks posed by logs, one man resting inside a cut nick in a tree, Washington, 1897.
Stock photo of lumberjacks posing on and by a Humboldt sequoia, California, 1905.
Stock image of a large steam crane moving logs in the Cascade Mountains, Washington, 1918.
Stock photo of men standing on a stump, Mindoro, Philippines, between 1900 and 1923.
Stock image of stumps of redwood trees, Mendocino County, California, 1911.
Stock image of the skidway being used to haul logs to the mill, Millwood, California, 1902.
Stock photo of a man standing on a cut spruce tree, Oregon, 1918.
Stock image of freshets in the West, great jam of logs at Chippewa Falls boom, Wisconsin, 1869.
Stock image of pieces of redwood logs on a train on way from forest to mill, between 1909 and 1932.
Photograph of a woman hanging laundry on a line attached to large stump, Washington, 1907.
Stock image of mules hauling large sections of the logs on skids to the mill, Converse Basin, 1902.
Image of logging in northern Wisconsin showing horses pulling loads of logs on sleds in 1885.
Photograph of 3 African American men working in a lumber mill at Hampton Institute, Hampton, Virginia, 1899.
Stock image of 2 women in a horse-drawn carriage by a large fir stump in the Cascade Mountains, Washington, 1906.
Stock photo of a loading boom on a spar tree, truck logging in Washington, 1921.
Stock photo of lumberjacks posing on and by a Humboldt sequoia, California, 1905.
Photo of a logging donkey and gasoline power saw, Goodyear Logging Co., Clallam Co., Washington, 1919.
Stock photo of Bonneville Dam under construction, August 25th 1934, Washington.
Stock image of steam logging in Washington with logs being hauled by a train, 1902.
Stock image of a forest destroyed by destructive logging followed by fire and soil erosion, between 1935 and 1942.
Stock photo of the Bonneville Dam under construction, Washington, May 17th 1934.
Stock photo of 2 men chopping down a redwood as other men and women look on, Humboldt County, California, 1915.
Stock photo of the Bonneville Dam under construction, Washington, May 17th 1934.
Stock photo of mules hauling logs to the mill on skids, Converse Basin, California, 1902.
Stock photo of 9 men standing by large logs, steam logging in Washington, 1902.
Stock image of pieces of redwood logs on a train on way from forest to mill, between 1909 and 1932.
Stock image of people on an excursion logging train, Harbor Springs, Michigan, 1906.
Stock photo of a group of lumberjacks posed by logs, one man resting inside a cut nick in a tree, Washington, 1897.
Stock image of a forest destroyed by destructive logging followed by fire and soil erosion, between 1935 and 1942.
Stock photo of 2 men chopping down a redwood as other men and women look on, Humboldt County, California, 1915.
Stock image of a logging train and donkeys in the woods, hauling a fir tree, Washington, 1908.
Stock image of freshets in the West, great jam of logs at Chippewa Falls boom, Wisconsin, 1869.
Image of logging in northern Wisconsin showing horses pulling loads of logs on sleds in 1885.
Stock image of logging camp Concord, New Hampshire, 1925.
Photo of the ground covered with fir logs from lumbering in the cascade Mountains, by Seattle, Washington, 1921.
Stock image of a logging train going down a mountain with logs from a fir tree that was 12 feet in diameter and people sitting on the log, Washington, 1908.
Stock photo of a lumberjack lying in the cut of a large tree and two young women standing on boards inserted in cuts of the tree, Cascade Mountains near Seattle, Washington, 1905.
Stock photo of two loggers and dog by a cabin Log in the forests of Puget Sound, Washington, 1906.
Stock photo of a fir log at a yarding donkey, Washington, 1901.
Stock photo of a man standing among stumps while lumbering in the Cascade Mountains near Seattle, Washington, 1902.
Stock photo of hauling back the line from road donkey to yarding donkey, Cascade Mountains near Seattle, Washington, 1901.
Stock photo of 3 men in a devastated forest, logging in the Cascade Mountains, by Seattle, Washington, 1906.
Photo of men cutting shingle bolts in the Cascade Mountains, Washington, 1899.
Stock photo of a lumberjack lying in the cut of a large tree with a dog and two young women standing on boards inserted in cuts of the tree, Cascade Mountains near Seattle, Washington, 1905.
Stock photo of 3 men in a devastated forest, logging in the Cascade Mountains, by Seattle, Washington, 1906.
Stock photo of a man standing among stumps while lumbering in the Cascade Mountains near Seattle, Washington, 1902.
Stock photograph of a logging train in the Cascade Mountains near Seattle, Washington, 1899.
Stock photo of lumberjacks posing on and near a giant log, what was called a Washington toothpick, 1907.
Photograph of a man logging in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Washington, 1906. Boom Shingle Bolts and Bolt Puncher, a man standing on boards across a stream, guiding logs coming down ramp into stream, Skagit River.
Black and white stock photo of log piles 132 feet long used in the trestle, height 107 feet to top of rails, logging in the Cascade Mountains, 1922.
Black and white image of 2 men sawing a log, another man chopping down a tree in Minnesota, 1870.
Photo of men cutting shingle bolts in the Cascade Mountains, Washington, 1899.
Black and white image of a large group of lumberjacks on a huge stump of a tree which was displayed at St. Louis World’s Fair, 1904.
Historical stock photo of lumberjacks posing around a giant Fir tree in 1902. One man is lying in the area that they cut out.
Sepia photo of men loading logs onto a train in 1892.
Photograph of a man logging in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Washington, 1906. Boom Shingle Bolts and Bolt Puncher, a man standing on boards across a stream, guiding logs coming down ramp into stream, Skagit River.
Sepia image of a large group of lumberjacks on a huge stump of a tree which was displayed at St. Louis World’s Fair, 1904.
Sepia photograph of an old sasquatch Indian named Samson, sitting in front of a giant tree trunk in 1899.
Stock photograph of Ponderosa Pine logs loaded onto a truck, Edward Hines Lumber Co. operations in Malheur National Forest, Grant County, Oregon, July of 1942.
Stock photo of two women and a man seated on the front of a logging train loaded with huge logs while crossing a trestle in the Cascade Mountains, Oregon, 1906.
Photograph of a Chinese boy standing on top of a log on a saw-horse, pulling a two-man saw, 1902.
Stock photograph of Ponderosa Pine logs loaded onto a truck, Edward Hines Lumber Co. operations in Malheur National Forest, Grant County, Oregon, July of 1942.
Photograph of a Chinese boy standing on top of a log on a saw-horse, pulling a two-man saw, 1902.
Sepia stock photo of men and horses logging in a pine forest in Michigan, 1900.
Photo of lumberjacks, logs and a steam-powered logging machine at Thomas Lake logging camp, 1910.
Photograph of a man, woman and child standing in the front of a huge log and a building, 1907.
Sepia stock photo of a fire in a lumber yard on 24th Street of New York City, 1911.
Sepia photograph of a lumber town in Washington, 1907.
Photo of lumberjacks, logs and a steam-powered logging machine at Thomas Lake logging camp, 1910.
Black and white stock photo of three men sitting in the cut out piece of a giant tree, other loggers posed near by, 1901.
Black and white stock photo of a fire in a lumber yard on 24th Street of New York City, 1911.
Photo of a man holding his arm up in front of a big fir tree log, 1899.
Sepia photo of a wood chopper’s station with fuel for steamers on the Upper Yukon, Alaska, between 1900 and 1930.
Black and white image of logging in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Washington, with Landing Donkey (a steam powered winch) showing turn of logs about to enter water, 1913.
Black and white photograph of a man lying in the cut out piece of a cedar tree, two other lumberjacks posed at the side with their axes, 1902.
Black and white image of a logger leaning against a Sequoia log, 1907.
Sepia image of logging in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Washington, with Landing Donkey (a steam powered winch) showing turn of logs about to enter water, 1913.
Sepia stock photo of three men sitting in the cut out piece of a giant tree, other loggers posed near by, 1901.
Stock photo of 7 men sitting on a big Spruce log while horses haul, Cascade Mountains, 1905.
Sepia stock photo of log piles 132 feet long used in the trestle, height 107 feet to top of rails, logging in the Cascade Mountains, 1922.
Black and white photograph of a lumber town in Washington, 1907.
Black and white stock photo of men and horses logging in a pine forest in Michigan, 1900.
Black and white photo of logs completely filling a river, Pineries of Minnesota, between 1867 and 1875.
Stock photograph of Ponderosa Pine logs loaded onto a truck, Edward Hines Lumber Co. operations in Malheur National Forest, Grant County, Oregon, July of 1942.
Black and white stock photo of a team of horses on the government railway, hauling a sleigh of logs, 35 miles from Seward, Alaska, between 1900 and 1930.
Black and white photo of men loading logs onto a train in 1892.
Historical stock photo of lumberjacks posing around a giant Fir tree in 1902. One man is lying in the area that they cut out.
Black and white image of an elderly Irish woman with white hair, seated and using a spinning wheel, Galway, Ireland, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white photograph of a cleaning lady holding a mop and broom while standing in front of an American Flag, Washington DC, August 1942.
Black and white image of bursts of sunlight coming in through the windows at the Union Station, people standing and seated, January 1923.
Black and white image of Woodstock, Vermont on a snowy night with an illuminated street light and snow covered sidewalks, March 1940.
Black and white image of President Grant signing the Ku-Klux Force Bill in the President’s room with Secretary Robeson and Gen. Porter, April 20th 1871.
Photo of 3 Mississippi Ku Klux members in disguises, 1872.
Black and white photo of Col. William Joseph Simmons, seated at a table during a House committee investigation of the Ku Klux Klan, with men standing and seated in the background, October 1921. William Joseph Simmons founded the second Ku Klux Klan in 1915.
Black and white photo of Mr J.M. Fraser from Houston Texas leading the Ku Klux Klan parade in Washington DC, September 13th 1926. There are two other men with him, one man standing in the center is wearing a black suit and carrying an American Flag. The US Capitol building is in the background.
Black and white photo of a KKK presentation called "The Awakening" by Dick Dowling, Klan # 25, Port Arthur, Texas, June 23rd to July 3rd inclusive, a James H. Hull production, 1924.
Black and white photo of Dr. H.W. Evans, Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, leading his Knights of the Klan in the parade held in Washington DC on September 13th 1926.
Black and white photo of a room full of people during the House committee investigating the Ku Klux Klan, October 1921.
Black and white photograph of Thomas Edward Watson, between 1909 and 1922.
Black and white photograph of 3 Ku Klux Klan members in costume, walking next to a car in a parade, March 18th 1922.
Photo of Ku Klux Klan members supporting Barry Goldwater’s campaign for the presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention, San Francisco, California, July 12th 1964. Here you see the KKK with their faces covered under white cloth, and you also see an African American man pushing the Coldwater signs back.
Black and white photograph of a Ku Klux Klan initiation showing members of the Klan standing in a field, forming a square, 1923.
Black and white image of 3 members of the Ku Klux Klan about to take off in a plane with literature that was scattered over the suburbs, March 22nd 1922.
Image of Senior Airman Brad Duncan using a welder to repair a munitions stand November 30. He is assigned to the 8th Maintenance Squadron’s fabrication shop. U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth.
Photograph of Robert Towle, a Puget Sound Naval Shipyard worker, disconnects the lifting pieces that were used to lower catapult number two back into the flight deck of USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) February 22nd 2007. Abraham Lincoln is in the last phase of it’s dry-dock planned incremental availability at Naval Base Kitsap in Bremerton, Wash. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jordon R. Beesley).
Stock image of United States Air Force Staff Sgt. William Mellow, with the 820th Red Horse Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base and deployed with the 820th Expeditionary Red Horse Squadron, constructs cinder block walls for a new clinic being built February 24th 2007, near San Martin La Clara, Nicaragua, as part of New Horizons-Nicaragua 2007. The joint humanitarian and training exercise with the Nicaraguan military will provide a new school, a medical clinic, and free health and veterinary care to the local populace. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Kevin P. Milliken).
Sepia panoramic image of Tahoe Tavern at Lake Tahoe, 1906.
Black and white image of Zephyr Cove at Lake Tahoe, looking North, 1860s.
Sepia panoramic of the Lake Tahoe region from Mt. Tallac, 1906. This is a 360 degree shot.
Sepia panorama photo of Upper Eagle Falls and Emerald Bay at Lake Tahoe, 1910.
Black and white image of 5 men standing on a log that is partially in the water at Fallen Leaf Lake, view of Tahlac Mt, Valley of Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Photo of Lake Tahoe from Mt. Tallac, 1906.
Black and white stock image of Emerald Bay, as seen from the top of Eagle Falls, the falls’ water rushing forward, Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Black and white photograph of the old dirt road alongside Lake Tahoe as seen from Sierra Rocks, eastern shore, looking north toward Rocky Point, California, 1860s.
Photo of Grass Lake near Glen Alpine, Lake Tahoe, 1906.
Sepia panorama of tourists on a dock and in boats at Lake Tahoe from the Tahoe tavern wharf, 1906
Black and white stock photo of a view on the Eastern Shore of Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Black and white photograph of the famous Nick of the Woods face on a tree at Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Black and white photo of men and women on horseback in Fallen Leaf Lake,Tahlac Mountain, Valley of Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Photo of tourists in boats and on the train boardwalk, Lake Tahoe, California, hotels in the background, 1908.
Photo of Emerald Bay at Lake Tahoe, 1906.
Panoramic sepia photo of Desolation Valley, Lake Tahoe, 1910.
Black and white photograph of a man overlooking Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe and Mt. Tallac, Sierra Nevada, California, 1905.
Sepia panorama of piers on Lake Tahoe, California, 1908.
Sepia photograph of Lake Tahoe from Cave Rock, 1906.
Black and white photo of a horse drawn wagon and a woman by a tree with a face on it. This is Nick of the Woods, Valley of Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Black and white stock photo of a human face in a cedar tree called "Nick of the Woods" at Valley of Lake Tahoe, 1872.
Black and white photograph of The Lake House on Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Sepia panoramic photograph of Susie Lake, Lake Tahoe, 1910.
Black and white image of Eagle Canyon, from Eckley’s Island, Emerald Bay, Western Shore of Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Photo of tourists in boats near hotels and a board walk, Lake Tahoe, California, 1908.
Stock photo of a steamship at a pier at Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, 1910.
Sepia panorama of Gilmore Lake and Desolation Valley, Lake Tahoe, 1910.
Sepia photograph of Emerald Bay and Lake Tahoe, 1906.
Black and white photograph of the Camp of the Mormons at Lake Tahoe, with emigrants on their way to the Sandwich Islands, shown with covered wagons, 1860s.
Sepia photo of Lake Tahoe from Tahoe Point, 1906
Black and white image of a saw mill, Valley of Lake Tahoe, 1860s.
Black and white photograph of horses pulling carriages on an old dirt road, Cave Rock, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, 1860s.
Sepia panoramic image of a view from Cave Rock over Lake Tahoe, 1906.
Sepia panoramic image of Glen Brook, Lake Tahoe, 1906.
Black and white photograph of two men and a dog standing on rocks centered on Eagle Falls, Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, California, 1860s.
Panoramic stock photo of the Tillamook County Fair, Tillamook, Oregon, 1915.
Black and white image of men brailing salmon from a trap in Oregon, 1913.
Black and white image of a steamer from Moffitt’s Landing, The Dalles, Oregon, 1899.
Historical image of an automobile driving on a dirt road near a fishing stream, 1921.
Black and white photo of people traveling in a horse-drawn Conestoga wagon, Central Oregon, December 5th 1910.
Photograph of three men standing on the summit of Mt. Hood, 11225 feet above the sea, signaling 15 miles into the valley below, Oregon, November 5th 1904.
Photo of 8 men on a river bank with salmon in a net, 1 man with a salmon on a gaff, Columbia River, Oregon, December 31st 1919.
Image of men standing on a giant log raft on the Columbia River, Oregon, March 6th 1902.
Sepia stock photo of the Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, Astoria, Oregon, 1891.
Image of hoisting machinery working on the construction of Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, Astoria, Oregon, 1881.
Aerial image of Jacksonville, Oregon featuring St. Mary’s Academy, Presbyterian Church, Public School, Court House, Methodist Church, Catholic Church, Slover House, U.S. Hotel, Sentinel Building, Times Building, Masonic Hall, and Odd Fellows’ Hall, 1883.
Black and white photo of three men inside the ruins of St Patrick’s church, following the hurricane which devastated Galveston and took more than 5,000 lives in 1900.
Black and white photograph of a path through debris after the Galveston hurricane, North on 19th Street, Galveston, Texas, 1900.
Black and white photo of train wreckage in Chatsworth, Illinois, 1887.
Image of wreckage from the great railroad wreck on the T. P. & W.R.R. near Chatsworth, Illinois, August 10th 1887. This specific shot shows the sleeper "Tunis," the height and width of the culvert 5 1/2 by 8 feet, the cause of the wreck, and seventeen pairs of trucks in one pile.
Photograph of a wreck on Illinois Central Railroad Company Railroad, near Farmer City, Illinois, October 6th 1909.
Sepia image of a wreck on Illinois Central Railroad Company Railroad, near Farmer City, Illinois, October 6th 1909.
Image of a scene from the Chatsworth horror with Engine 13 and Mr. Armstrong’s private car, August 11th 1887.
Photograph of wreckage from the great railroad wreck on the T. P. & W.R.R. near Chatsworth, Illinois, August 10th 1887. This specific shot shows the general destruction of the timbers between Superintendent Armstrong’s car and the culvert.
Black and white image of two dead bodies in the debris from the Galveston hurricane which devastated most of Galveston and took more than 5,000 lives. This scene is at 33d St. and Avenue M.
Sepia photo of a wreck on Illinois Central Railroad Company Railroad, near Farmer City, Illinois, October 6th 1909.
Panoramic photograph of the flood disaster in Dayton, Ohio, 1913.
Photo of the forward deck of the wrecked battleship, Maine, in Havana Harbor, Cuba, 1898.
Black and white photo of tents set up to house survivors of the 1900 Galveston hurricane.
Panoramic image of the devastated urban district of Kwanto, Yokohama, Japan, immediately following the earthquake and fire disaster of September 1st 1923. View from the hill of Minami-Ohtamachi.
Photograph of distribution of clothing to homeless people, San Francisco, California, after the earthquake and fire of April 18th 1906.
Photograph of the wreck on the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway, near Marnego, Washington, May 30th 1911.
Black and white photo of the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, with a bridge, Johnstown, Pennsylvania. View shows a Pennsylvania Railroad bridge.
Black and white photo of the RMS Carpathia in dock, New York City, 1912. This is the ship that rescued the Titanic disaster survivors.
Black and white image of the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, looking towards Kernville, Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Photo of earthquake rubble at the base of Morro de Arica, Chile, 1868.
Photograph of Arica, Chile after the earthquake of 1868.
Black and white photo of wreckage from the Mud Run train disaster showing two railroad cars rammed together lengthwise, October 10th 1888.
Black and white photograph of the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, Johnstown, Pennsylvania. View shows the Cambria Iron Company’s office and store rooms looking from P.R.R. depot.
Black and white image of people hoisting the motor from an airplane that crashed in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1919.
Photo of ruins of buildings at Rockaway Beach, New York, after a storm and high tides, 1920.
Image of a burning airship, L.II, falling from the sky and engulfed in flames, October 17th 1913.
Black and white photograph of the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, Johnstown, Pennsylvania. View of Club House Press looking south.
Photo of soldiers at Mass. Company D, 20th U.S. Regulars, stationed in burned district, San Francisco, Calif. Disaster, 1906.
Image of a Hurricane at Samoa with HMS CALLIOPE, a German barque, and wrecked schooner in heavy seas, March 16th 1889.
Photo of people and mules in the rubble at Arequipa, Peru after an earthquake, Volcano Misti in the distance, 1868.
Photograph of the Church of Saint Domingo in ruins after an earthquake, Arequipa, Peru, 1868.
Photo of a wreck of the German Naval airship, L.2, October 17th 1913.
Black and white image of the wreckage of the German Naval airship L.2, October 17th 1913.
Black and white photo of an aerial view of the burned area, Market Street on left, from Ferry Tower, San Francisco, 1906.
Photo of the rum district, St. Pierre, Martinique in ruins after the eruption of Mont Pelee, with 2 men carrying coil from distillery, 1902.
Photo of wreckage from the great railroad wreck on the T. P. & W.R.R. near Chatsworth, Illinois, of the Niagara Excursion Train, that wrecked at midnight, August 10th 1887. From north side, looking east, showing distinctively a portion of the nine cars which were piled in a space 40 x 60 feet.
Black and white photograph of the St. Lucas Terrace in ruins following the Galveston Hurricane in 1900. 80 bodies were found in the rubble.
Black and white photograph of the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, Johnstown, Pennsylvania. View looking west on Main Street.
Black and white photograph of a man on Orange Hill, viewing Martinique after the eruption of Mt Pelee in 1902.
Black and white photo of people looking at a German airship after a wreck, 1908.
Black and white image of the great railway disaster of train cars, that fell from Belaeil Bridge, on a barge, Montreal, Canada, 1864.
Photo of tents set up among the rubble at Arequipa, Peru after an earthquake, 1868.
Black and white photograph of the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Black and white photograph of the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, Johnstown, Pennsylvania. This view is Looking West from Main Street #20 and shows damaged buildings.
Black and white photograph of cracked earth in San Francisco, California, after the great earthquake and fire of 1906.
Black and white photo of people and streetcars in the street after the explosion at Tremont and Boylston Streets, Boston, March 4th 1897.
Black and white photograph of buildings on fire and smoke in background during the earthquake and fire in San Francisco, 1906.
Photograph of a man and woman standing among rubble from the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906.
Black and white image of the Sisters of Charity building after the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Black and white photograph of the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, AKA the great flood of 1889, Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Photograph of SS ST PAUL as she lay on the bottom of the North River, New York City with the hull of a raised ocean liner lying on its side at a pier, 1918.
Black and white photograph of firemen fighting the Treasury fire, Washington DC, February 8th 1922.
Black and white photo of the AL-KI wrecked on Point Augusta, Alaska, November 1st 1917.
Sepia photograph of Portland in ruins folling the fire, Maine, July 4th 1866.
Black and white photograph of the RMS Lusitania bursting into flames, Kinsale Head, Ireland, May 7th 1915.
Black and white photo of a train wreck that was caused by an avalanche, Wellington, Washington March 1st 1910.
Black and white photo of the Park Central Hotel, Hartford, Connecticut, after collapsing by the bursting of a boiler, February 18th 1889. 23 people died because of this disaster.
Black and white photo of people standing on the shore of Sinnemahoning creek, ruined town in the background, following the Austin Dam Disaster of 1911.
Sepia image of Kearney Street and the Hall of Justice with fallen poles after the great earthquake and fire, San Francisco, 1906.
Sepia photo of Nob Hill and Fairmont Hotel with Chinatown in foreground, San Francisco disaster, 1906.
Photograph of a man from the Building Committee driving a car on Market Street toward an explosion in the distance, after the San Francisco earthquake in 1906. They were dynamiting dangerous walls on Market Street.
Black and white photograph of an artist seated in rubble of the great earthquake and fire of San Francisco. This shows the end view of the City Hall, San Francisco, California, 1906.
Sepia photograph of a photographer and assistant on California Street on Nob Hill after the San Francisco earthquake in 1906.
Photo of ruins after the earthquake and fire in San Francisco, 1906, with men and women walking along the center of California Street.
Sepia photograph of a photographer near the City Hall of San Francisco, showing it damamged after the earthquake and fire of 1906.
Black and white photograph of the Austin Dam Disaster showing a destroyed railroad bridge in Costello, Pennsylvania on September 30th 1911.
Black and white photograph of the deceased being carried out on stretchers after the Marianna Mine Disaster, Marianna, Pennsylvania, November 28th 1908.
Black and white photograph of a crowd of people and a dog waiting at the mouth of the mining shaft for news of the Marianna Mine Disaster, Marianna, Pennyslvania, November 28th 1908.
Black and white photo of Henry Gifford’s balloon before ascension at Tuilleries, Paris, 1878.
Black and white photograph of 2 men performing a balloon test for the Weather Bureau, Washington DC, between 1910 and 1923.
Black and white image of the interior of the Paris Exposition building showing two balloons, between 1887 and 1889.
Black and white photograph of Henry Gifford’s captive balloon being prepared for ascent from Tuillerie Gardens, Paris, 1878.
Black and white photo of Mr. Henry Giffard’s balloon at the Tuilleries, Paris, 1878.
Black and white photo of three balloons called Chicago, Indiana, and Hoosier, netted down to the ground at the Indianapolis balloon race, 1909.
Black and white photograph of the machinery used for hauling a balloon, 1878.
Image of two hot air balloons in the sky with Gaston and Albert Tissandier ascending in their balloon, "Zenith," between 1876 and 1880.
Black and white photo of a field and balloons in a Berlin Balloon Race, 1908.
Black and white photograph of Henry Giffard’s balloon at the Tuillerie Gardens, Paris, 1878.
Image of a balloon aircraft with one large balloon and four small balloons harnessed together, decorated with French flags carrying two men, between 1850 and 1900.
Black and white photo of a crowd waiting for balloon ascension at the World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, 1893.
Image of a balloon with a parachute and propellers, associated with Francesco Orlandi, flying over a town harbor and spectators, possibly during an ascent in Italy between 1820 and 1850.
Black and white photograph of crowds surrounding anchored balloons at the International Balloon Race, Berlin, Germany, 1908.
Black and white photograph of a crowd in stands watching balloons overhead at the start of a balloon race, St Louis, October 9th 1907.
Black and white photograph of a captive balloon and ferris wheel at the World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893.
Image of Jules Duruof and his wife being rescued at sea from the sinking basket of their balloon "Le Tricolore" which lost altitude over the North Sea off the coast of England. Duruof holds his wife above the waves as two fishermen maneuver their boat into position to save them; a larger fishing vessel can be seen on the right. The balloon which was carried off by the wind after the Duruofs were rescued was eventually recovered in the Skagerrak.
Black and white image of a lunar halo and luminescent cross observed during the balloon Zenith’s long distance flight from Paris to Arcachon in March, 1875.
Black and white photograph of men holding the ropes of a US war balloon, June 14th 1907.
Image of an air balloon with two passengers, rising over a town square, with French flags flying from tower and many spectators below, between 1880 and 1900.
Sepia photograph of balloons at the International Ballooning Contest, Aero Park, Chicago, July 4th 1908.
Black and white photograph of Professor Thaddeus S Lowe replenishing the air balloon Intrepid from the air balloon Constitution, Fair Oaks, Virginia, May 1862.
Image of a design drawing of two men in a basket steering a balloon by manipulation of a sail. A ladder connects the balloon to a parachute-style apparatus intended for safe descent where a third man handles the connection between the balloon and parachute.
Black and white image of the Reifschneider balloon shop with experimental balloons, date unknown.
Black and white image of Felix Nadar’s balloon, "Le Geant" over a rural area in its second and final flight in 1863. High winds force the balloon to the ground, dragging the basket dangerously close to an approaching train. Two horses and a flock of sheep scatter to get out of the way, 1863.
Sepia photograph of the Montparnasse Station train wreck, showing the Granville-Paris Express train on its nose in the Place de Rennes, Paris, France, October 22nd 1895. All passengers on board the train did survive, however one woman on the street below was killed by falling masonry. Image by Studio Levy and Sons.
Image of the airship "Avenir" floating above a coastline, ships at sea, and a small balloon in the background.
Black and white photo of Airship Norge, used in Roald Amundsen’s polar flight in 1926, being brought out of hangar, Kings Bay, Spitzbergen, Norway, 1926.
Black and white photo of United States Army blimps, the T.C. 5 and T.C. 9 from Langley Field, Virginia passing over the Washington Monument during a practice flight, between 1920 and 1932.
Image of design drawings for a patent show Auguste Lanteigne’s system of aerial navigation, which used a continuous belt of sails to achieve propulsion.
Black and white image of the crew of the Norge pulling the airship out of the hangar for her start to the North Pole, June 17th 1926.
Black and white photo of the R-34 airship at Mineola, Long Island, New York, July 6th 1919.
Sepia image of the R 34 airship, 1919.
Black and white image of people standing on the lawn of the White House, watching an airship fly above, 1906.
Image of design drawings for a system of airship navigation proposed by Aug. Lanteigne, utilizing a series of 16 balloons on a single keel.
Image of Albert Tissandier, Gaston Tissandier, and an unknown man in the basket of an airship, demonstrating an electric navigational system featuring a propeller, between 1880 and 1900.
Black and white photo of an airship flying near the US Capitol, Washington DC, 1906.
Black and white panoramic photograph of the R 34 airship, 1919.
Image of a scaled design drawing for a patent submitted by J.B. Metivier with two cross-sections for a fish shaped airship utilizing balloons, sails, bellows, and propellers to transport passengers.
Image of air alloons, airships, and flying machines designed with some form of propulsion.
Sepia photograph of the ZR3 airship entering a hangar for the first time, Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey, 1924.
Image of a design drawing of a system for powering an airship with manually operated propellers. Includes longitudinal views of dirigible platform assembly and identification key.
Image of the "Cures d’air" airship supporting the "Pension Bellevue" for individuals requiring medical care and floating above a mountainous region, 1883.
Black image of the French military dirigible airship Republique leaving Moisson for Chalais-Mendon, 1907.
Sepia panoramic image of 6 airships lined up on the ground for an inspection, Arcadia, California, 1919.
Sepia photo of 6 airships lined up on the ground for an inspection, Arcadia, California, 1919.
Black and white image of the Norge airship at Kings Bay, June 1926.
image of a scaled design drawing of a system for navigating an airship using propellers. Includes plans of dirigible platform body and complete platform assembly, and identification key.
Image of an airship powered by an electric motor developed by Albert and Gaston Tissandier departing from Auteuil, Paris, France, October 8th 1883.
Black and white photo of Mark Twain looking out a window, 1907.
Black and white photo of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, 1867.
Black and white photo of Dorothy Quick leaning on Mark Twain’s shoulder, 1907.
Black and white photograph of Mark Twan (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) in a suit, looking off to the side, 1907.
Black and white photo of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as Mark Twain wearing an academic cap and gown, 1907.
Black and white image of Mark Twain seated in a chair in 1907.
Black and white photo of a man tied to a whipping post while being whipped by another man and people watching. You can see the lashes on his back.
Black and white photograph of a man whipping a prisoner on a whipping post while two other prisoners are shut in a pillory on a second level above, Delaware, 1907.
Black and white photograph of a whipping post with two African American men locked in a pillory above, Delaware, 1889.
Black and white image of a person sitting in Nikola Tesla’s laboratory in Colorado Springs, 1900. This is the "Magnifying Transmitter" that generated millions of volts of electricity. The arcs are about 22 feet long.
Black and white photograph of Nikola Tesla, often referred to as just "Tesla," date unknown.
Black and white stock photo of the front section of the USS Shenandoah ZR-1 airship after the Shenandoah disaster, Sharon, Ohio, September 3rd 1925.
Sepia stock image of the front section of the USS Shenandoah ZR-1 airship after the Shenandoah disaster, Sharon, Ohio, September 3rd 1925.
Stock image of the steamboat Sultana on the Mississippi River the day before the boilers exploded and the boat sank, April 26th 1865.
Black and white image of the Sultana steamboat burning, with people floating in the water on the Mississippi River, April 27th 1865.
Image of an emigrant party on the road to California forming a Wagon train of women, men, and children while moving through the mountains, 1850.
Sepia image of emigrants crossing the plains with cattle and covered wagons near the Rocky Mountains.
Image of the female figure of America, shown as if she were angel, leading pioneers and railroads westward.
Black and white image of a caravan of emigrants traveling by covered wagon in the great American desert in Nebraska.
Image of covered wagons being ferried across the Platte River in central Wyoming. A man stands on the far bank of the river, with a hook in one hand. In the distance, people have set up camp in three covered wagons and a tent. This camp may be near present-day Casper, Wyoming, where the Jenks would have joined the Oregon Trail. Jenks and his party arrived at camp 60 on Wednesday, June 8th 1859. He noted in his diary that they camped in a cottonwood grove.
Historical image of a caravan of emigrants traveling by covered wagon in the great American desert in Nebraska.
Image of a man sitting on a tree stump and a dog next to him, near a log cabin home in the Yosemite Valley.
Black and white image of a pioneer log cabin home on the western frontier with two men carrying a killed deer on a stick and children and a dog running to greet them.
Image of Cherokee Pass through the Rocky Mountains, now where Ft Collins, Colorado is. The dirt trail heads north toward the Oregon and California Trail.
Image of emigrants crossing the plains with covered wagons, horses and oxen.
Black and white stock photo of John Harvey Kellogg, creater of corn flake breakfast cereal, seated in a gown and cap, July 17th 1914.
Black and white image of jousters on horses, preparing for a jousting tournament, 1869.
Black and white photograph of Cleopatra’s Obelisk being prepared for the move to New York City showing it in horizontal position with an American Flag attached at Alexandria, Egypt, 1880.
Black and white photograph of the moving of Cleopatra’s Needle to New York City showing it cased and being raised by machinery, Alexandria, Egypt, 1880.
Sepia stock photograph of the obelisk at Piazza San Pietro, Rome, Italy, 1909.
Historical image of the Obelisk at Alexandria, also known as Cleopatra’s Needle obelisk.
Panoramic black and white stock image of the obelisk at Piazza San Pietro, 1909.
Black and white stock photo of the Obelisk of Constantine, Constantinople, Istanbul, Turkey, between 1860 and 1890.
Black and white photo of Cleopatra’s Obelisk being prepared for the move to New York City, cased and being raised by machinery, Alexandria, Egypt, 1880.
Photo of the obelisk at Saint Peters Square, Rome, Italy
Sepia toned photograph of two people by Cleopatra’s Needle near buildings and a tree blowing in the wind, between 1856 and 1860.
Sepia stock photo of Cleopatra’s Needle obelisk near Hotel Cecil and Hotel Savoy and the embankment along the Thames River, London, England, 1901.
Black and white stock image of a fallen obelisk at Tanis, Egypt, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white image of the Piazza of Saint Peter obelisk after being relocated from the Circus Nero, 1590.
Black and white photo of Cleopatra’s Needle being preparted for the move to New York City showing it in horizontal position at Alexandria, Egypt, 1880.
Black and white image of people preparing to move Cleopatra’s Needle obelisk to New York City, Alexandria, Egypt, 1880.
Black and white photograph of the moving of Cleopatra’s Needle to New York City showing it cased and being raised by machinery, Alexandria, Egypt, 1880.
Sepia stock photo of the obelisk in the center of Saint Peters Square, surrounded by colonades, 1909.
Black and white stock photo of the Citadel and Obelisk at Zibb Atuf at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1914.
Black and white photograph of a person standing near an obelisk on Obelisk Ridge, Petra, Jordan, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white photograph of an Assyrian tomb with crowstep designs at Petra, Jordan, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white photograph of a person at Petra/Wadi Musa showing El-Farasah and obelisk ridge areas at the great high place of sacrifice with the raised platform in the court before the altars, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white stock photo of a person standing by an obelisk at Zibb Atuf at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1914.
Black and white stock image of a person seated near the altar at obelisk ridge, Petra, Jordan, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white stock photo of a person seated in front of the lion monument, which was once a waterfall, at Petra, Jordan, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white stock photograph of the Obelisk Tomb and the Bab Al Siq Triclinium at Petra, Jordan, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white photo of a carving of a serpent at Obelisk Ridge, Petra, Jordan, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white photograph of a doctor and nurse inspecting a small child that sits in a crib, 1919.
Black and white photograph of woman lying nude on a table being autopsied by a doctor, 1900-1910.
Black and white image of doctors and nurses in an operating room, 1933.
Black and white photograph of a man and woman organizing an operating room between 1908 and 1920.
Black and white photograph of surgeons standing near a patient on an operating table at Professor William W. Keen’s Clinic, Jefferson Medical College Hospital, December 10th 1902. There are other surgeons watching in seating surrounding the operating space.
Black and white image of a man after just applying anesthesia to a woman, another doctor in the background, 1896.
Sepia image of a Japanese doctor and nurses peforming surgery, Russo-Japanese War, 1905.
Black and white image of what is thought to be a re-enactment of the demonstration of ether anesthesia by W.T.G. Morton showing Mr. Holman with surgeons: John Mason Warren, George Hayward, Solomon D. Townsend, John Collins Warren and James Johnson around man on operating table, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, October 16th 1846.
Black and white image of Japanese nurses and doctor amputating a soldiers leg, Military Reserve Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan, 1905.
Sepia toned photograph of a doctor and assistants operating on a man’s leg in an operating room, Russo-Japanese War, 1905.
Black and white image of a doctor amputating a foot, date unknown.
Sepia photograph of Japanese doctors performing a surgery on a man’s arm in an operating room, Russo-Japanese War, 1905.
Sepia image of Japanese doctors performing surgery on a large leg wound of a person, Russo-Japanese War, 1905.
Black and white photograph of three men using a respirator on a rabbit, date unknown.
Black and white image of Abe Lincoln, 16th American President.
Image of Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States.
Picture of Ulysses S Grant between 1868 and 1887.
Photo of Ulysses S Grant between 1870 and 1885.
Photograph of First Lady Julia Dent Grant between 1865 and 1885.
Image of Ulysses S. Grant on a black horse, in military uniform.
Image of Ulysses S Grant.
Image of President Ulysses S Grant taking the oath of office. Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase is holding a Bible with his hand raised, and Grant with hand on Bible, surrounded by crowd of men.
Image of Ulysses S Grant with his family, 1868.
Image of Lieut. Genl. Ulysses S. Grant.
Black and white image of a woman in a gown looking at a portrait of Ulysses S Grant.
Cartoon image of Ulysses S. Grant and J.D. Cameron flying kite, with portrait of Grant with tail "third term" from top of building. Lightning from cloud "independent press" strikes the kite, and wind gust "public opinion" knocks over chimney "republican party," made of bricks representing different states.
Black and white photo of Major General Ulysses S Grant between 1860 and 1865.
Photo of Ulysses S Grant.
Black and white photograph of Ulysses S. Grant and others at the Egyptian pyramids, between 1869 and 1885.
Image of the proclamation issued by President Ulysses S. Grant directing wages not be reduced on account of a reduction in work hours instituted in 1868. Includes a half-length portrait of Grant.
Black and white photo of Ulysses S Grant, first lady Julia, and son, Jesse, on a porch at their cottage, 1872.
Image of Ulysses Grant surrounded by nine scenes of his career from West Point graduation in 1843 to Lee’s surrender in 1865, including artillery crew in the Tower of Chapultepec, Mexico, 1847; drilling Volunteers, 1861; Fort Donelson, 1862; Shiloh, 1862; Siege of Vicksburg, 1863; Chattanooga, 1863; appointment by Lincoln as Commander-in-Chief, 1864.
Black and white photo of the 18th President of the United States, Ulysses S Grant.
Image of Ulysses S Grant commanding soldiers during the capture of Mexico City.
Photo of Ulysses S Grant in uniform, 1865.
Image of the home of General Grant, St. Louis County, Missouri.
Image of Major General Grant in uniform.
Image of Ulysses S Grant in 1872.
Photo of Ulysses S Grant.
Black and white image of General Ulysses S Grant with soldiers and horses at the U.S. Capitol, American flag in the background.
Picture of Ulysses S. Grant, 1865.
Image of Lieutenant-General Ulysses S Grant, 1865.
Image of Julia Dent Grant, Ulysses S Grant’s wife, between 1870 and 1880.
Image of General Ulysses S Grant with soldiers and horses at the U.S. Capitol, American flag in the background.
Photo of Ulysses S Grant between 1860 and 1870.
Photo of Ulysses S Grant in 1880.
Image of President Ulysses S Grant and Dom Pedro starting the Corliss engine, Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1876.
Picture of Ulysses S Grant.
Photograph of Ulysses S Grant between 1860 and 1885.
Photograph of First Lady Julia Grant, wife of Ulysses S Grant, between 1869 and 1877.
Black and white image of Ulysses S Grant seated in a chair, writing his memoirs, Mount McGregor near Saratoga Springs, New York, June 27th 1885.
Photo of Ulysses S Grant in 1880.
Image of Ulysses S. Grant standing beside a desk, August 6th 1885.
Combined watercolor and photograph image of Ulysses S Grant seated in front of a tent, Petersburg, Virginia.
Photograph of Ulysses S Grant between 1865 and 1885.
Image of Ulysses S Grant riding a horse.
Photo of Ulysses S Grant in uniform between 1870 and 1890.
Photograph of the 18th President of the United States, Ulysses S Grant, between 1869 and 1885.
Cartoon image of Ulysses S. Grant as an acrobat on a trapeze "third term," holding on to "whiskey ring" and "Navy ring," with strap "corruption" in his mouth, holding up other acrobats, Shepard, George M. Robeson, William W. Belknap, Murphy, Williams, and Orville E. Babcock.
Image of the tomb of General Ulysses S. Grant, Riverside Drive, New York City.
Image of cupid standing by Uncle Sam, who is seated on steps, next to an equestrian statue of Ulysses S. Grant, Grant walking, followed by George M. Robeson, Murphy, Orville E. Babcock, William W. Belknap, Shepherd, Williams, and William A. Richardson, as dogs.
Photo of Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th American President.
Black and white image of the funeral of Ulysses S. Grant showing people on the riverbank and two ships in the background, New York City, 1886.
Image of General Grant, Captain Lagow, Captain Hullyer, J.A. Rawlins and Dr. Simons.
Image of Union General Ulysses S. Grant and Confederate General John C. Pemberton discussing the terms of the capitulation of Vicksburg, bringing to an end the Union siege of the city.
Image of the downfall of the Confederacy. Columbia, crowned with stars, and Liberty, wearing a Phrygian cap and holding an American flag, stand on a pedestal in the center. On the pedestal are carved the likenesses of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. In front of the pedestal Justice, armed with sword and scales, leads a charge of Union troops toward the right. Immediately behind Justice stands President Andrew Johnson, and behind him Union generals Butler, Grant, and Sherman are visible. A black soldier stands in the foreground and a freed slave kneels before Liberty’s pedestal. An eagle bearing thunderbolts flies overhead, also toward the right, where the vanquished Confederates are gathered. Jefferson Davis (holding a sack of money), Robert E. Lee (offering his sword in surrender), and John Wilkes Booth (with a pistol and knife) are prominent among them. In the distance are a leaning palmetto tree with a dead serpent hanging limp from it and (beyond) Fort Sumter flying an American flag.
Black and white image of a Ulysses S Grant and Henry Wilson campaign banner for the 1872 Republican national ticket. The armored figure of Liberty stands between portraits of presidential candidate Ulysses S. Grant and running mate Henry Wilson. Grant’s portrait is adorned with oak leaves and Wilson’s with olive or laurel branches. On the left are military paraphernalia associated with Grant--rifles, a cannon, and a sword. Beyond is a log cabin. On the right are a writing desk and the Constitution. In the distance is a view of the U.S. Capitol. Below, before the two portraits, is a shield inscribed "Let Us Have Peace. The Nation’s Choice. Novr. 1872." "Let us have peace" were the closing words in Grant’s May 29, 1868, letter accepting his first presidential nomination. The phrase became a Republican slogan for both the 1868 and 1872 elections.
Image of Blanche Kelso Bruce, Frederick Douglass, and Hiram Rhoades Revels surrounded by scenes of African American life and portraits of Jno. R. Lynch, Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, Ulysses S. Grant, Joseph H. Rainey, Charles E. Nash, John Brown, and Robert Smalls.
Image of Liberty, Civil War scenes, William T. Sherman, Ulysses S. Grant, Philip Sheridan, David Dixon Porter, David Glasglow Farragut, and John Adolphus Bernard Dahlgren.
Image of Ulysses S. Grant and Winfield Scott, images of the Civil War and Liberty.
Image of the Battle of Pittsburgh, Tennessee, April 7th 1862.
Image of the fifteenth amendment showing President Grant sitting at a large table, with group of men clustered around signing the 15th amendment granting that the right to vote cannot be denied on basis of race or color. Vignettes along sides and bottom show African Americans in military service, at school, on the farm, and voting.
Image of the Ulysses S Grant funeral, 1886.
Image of the surrender of General Lee.
Image of a Republican campaign banner designed to appeal to the labor vote by invoking the working class origins of candidates Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson. Grant wears a tanner’s apron and jackboots and holds a shield decorated with stars and stripes. He is identified as "The Galena Tanner." (See "The Great American Tanner," no. 1868-11.) Henry Wilson, who holds a hammer, is identified as "The Natick Shoemaker." (He began his career as a shoemaker in Natick, Massachusetts.) Grant stands near the door to a tannery, and Wilson stands before a shoemaker’s bench.
Image of an enactment of the Fifteenth Amendment and its celebration in Baltimore. In the center is a redrawn view of the parade on Monument Street. The vignettes surrounding the central scene are also redrawn and placed in a different arrangement, with the plantation and battle scenes appearing in the lower corners. Around the central group of busts of Bond, Brown, and Colfax, above, are various tools and implements, and two urns.
Image of a parade surrounded by portraits and vignettes of Black life, illustrating rights granted by the 15th amendment.
Stock image of Ulysses Simpson Grant and his generals on horses, 1865.
Image of Ulysses S Grant seated with his staff in front of tents, City Point, Virginia, 1864.
Image of a statue of Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S Grant, and Edwin M Stanton.
Image of the great inauguration ball for Ulysses S Grant, Judiciary Square.
Black and white photo of Grant’s Tomb in New York, 1915.
Image of the inauguration of Ulysses S Grant, showing a procession from the Senate chamber passing through the rotunda to the east steps of the Capitol, March 4th 1873.
Image of the Ulysses S Grant inauguration ball, Treasury Department, Washington, D.C.
Image of the tomb of Ulysses S Grant. Ulysses passed away from throat cancer in 1885.
Image of the birthplace house of Ulysses S. Grant in Point Pleasant, Ohio.
Stock image of Ulysses Simpson Grant and his generals on horses, 1865.
Black and white photograph of Ulysses S Grant’s Hardscrabble cabin, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, 1891.
Image of the Battle of Pittsburgh, Tennessee, April 7th 1862.
Image of a blank soldier’s discharge certificate, with head-and-shoulders portraits of Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, William Tecumseh Sherman, Philip Henry Sheridan, and George Henry Thomas.
Photograph of people in carriages during a parade, spectators along street for the funeral of President Ulysses S. Grant, New York City, 1886.
Image of two men constructing a tower, city of New York in the background, 1908.
Cartoon image of Theodore Roosevelt saying to William Howard Taft, "I can lick my weight in wildcats, C.Q.D!", and Taft replying, "Oh, that’s nothing; I can eat my weight in ’possums, P.D.Q!" 1906.
Cartoon image showing Benjamin Harrison on Republican Party elephant labeled "Tannerism," which is tearing down civil service rules, as Theodore Roosevelt, Thompson, and C. Lyman try to restrain elephant by pulling on its tail, 1889.
Cartoon image showing Columbia dressed in armor, with skirt made of stripes of U.S. flag, holding sword, on the bow of a battleship which has Theodore Roosevelt’s face on it, 1905.
Sepia photo of Theodore Roosevelt on a boat, arriving in New York, 1910.
Sepia photo of Theodore Roosevelt speaking from a stand in front of a crowd,1906.
Sepia photo of President Theodore Roosevelt, August 13th 1902.
Cartoon image of William H. Taft holding up baby "my policies" to Theodore Roosevelt, 1909.
Cartoon image of William Howard Taft wearing a crown and sitting on the shoulder of Theodore Roosevelt, 1906.
Sepia photo of Theodore Roosevelt sitting at a desk, May 27th 1907.
Sepia photograph of Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir, Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, California, 1906.
Sepia image of Colonel Roosevelt and his Rough Riders at the top of hill that they captured, Battle of San Juan, 1898.
Campaign poster for William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt, with head-and-shoulders portraits of each, on United States flags, 1900.
Sepia toned photo of Theodore Roosevelt in 1910.
Sepia toned photograph of Theodore Roosevelt seated in his library, Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, New York, 1912.
Cartoon image of Theodore Roosevelt, wearing raincoat, at helm of "Ship of state" 1902.
Sepia photo of Theodore Roosevelt, August 15th 1913.
Photo of Theodore Roosevelt, Secretary of Navy, Rough Rider, Governor and 26th American President, between 1920 and 1940.
Sepia photo of Theodore Roosevelt and Hiram Johnson shaking hands after being nominated as presidential candidates for the Progressive or Bull-moose party, 1912.
Black and white photo of President Roosevelt speaking at Durant, Indian Territory, urging preparation for statehood, 1905.
Sepia toned photograph of Theodore Roosevelt on horseback, prepared to enter Yellowstone Park, 1902.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt seated in a carriage, 1910.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt after inauguration leaving the Capitol to head the parade, Washington DC, 1905.
Black and white photo of the engine pulling Theodore Roosevelts train, Fairmont, Nebraska, 1903.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt opening a door, 1909.
Black and white photo of Col Roosevelt and Rough Riders on horseback during the Spanish-American War, 1899.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt in a car, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, 1906.
Black and white image of the Theodore Roosevelt home parlor with furniture and a fireplace, 1904.
Black and white photo of Col. Theodore Roosevelt, August 31st 1910.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt posed with his neighbors at Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, Long Island, 1909.
Black and white photo of President Roosevelt in a carriage, leaving The Hague from Des Indias Hotel, saluting, 1910.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt and members of the US Olympic team in front of a house, September 5th 1908.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Rooseveltw ith Prince Henry of Prussia, standing in a group of people, 1902.
Black and white cartoon of Theodore Roosevelt sliding off the back of a beleagured looking elephant labeled "GOP" and whose hind legs drag ball-and-chains labeled "Cuba" and "High Tariff", he says, "I think I’ll walk". "Trust", Roosevelt’s travelling companion, an enormous man bursting with wealth, rides atop the elephant. A sign pointing to Washington shows the way across a weak wooden bridge labeled "Anti-Trust Sentiment". Off to the left, in the distance, is the U.S. Capitol above which is the date "1904".
Sepia toned photo of Theodore Roosevelt in a rowboat, using an oar to push off from shore, 1905.
Black and white photo of President Roosevelt and Senator Hanna walking down a path at the Death of President McKinley, September 1901.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt, 1903.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt and two men standing on train tracks in front of a train, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt on a horse, selecting the next member of the outing party for the next jump over the hurdles, 1907.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt and a train man near a train, Texline, Texas, 1905.
Black and white photo of Roosevelt and other men on the back of a train, 1903.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt giving a speech at Grand Island, Nebraska, 1903.
Black and white photo of President Harding presenting to the Roosevelt Memorial Society the chair used by President Roosevelt when he was in the White House, October 5th 1921.
Black and white photo of President Harding presenting to the Roosevelt Memorial Society the chair used by President Roosevelt when he was in the White House, October 5th 1921.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt on a Santa Fe train, 1903.
Sepia photograph of Theodore Roosevelt delivering his inaugural address, Washington DC, 1905.
Sepia toned photograph of Theodore Roosevelt holding a baby, Kermit Roosevelt Jr, 1916.
Black and white photo of Roosevelt on a horse while jumping a fence, 1902.
Black and white image of Roosevelt taking the oath of office, Wilcox home, September of 1901.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt carrying a boat with the help of 2 other men, 1905.
Black and white photo of Roosevelt reading his message to the Cabinet before sending it to Congress, 1903. Left to Right: George B. Cortelyou, Philander C. Knox, Henry C. Payne, William Henry Moody, John Hay, president Theodore Roosevelt, Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Elihu Root, Leslie Mortier Shaw, and James Wilson.
Sepia photo of President Theodore Roosevelt, June 23rd 1900.
Black and white photo of President Roosevelt watching troops in the inaugural parade, March 4th 1905.
Black and white photo of the house of Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, Long Island, 1912.
Black and white photograph of President Theodore Roosevelt passing 10th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue during inauguration parade, heading to Capitol, 1905.
Black and white photo of men on the Western Tour, Prince Henry, Chief Wilkie, Assistant General Passenger Agent Boyd, Engineer Gilchrist, and unidentified man by a train, 1902.
Sepia toned photo of Theodore and Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt with children, 1907.
Black and white photograph of the porch at Sagamore Hill showing furniture and mountain lion fur rugs, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt during a speech at Carnegie Hall, 1912.
Sepia toned photo of President Theodore Roosevelt saluting war ships as they pass by, Oyster Bay, New York, 1903.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt waving his hat while standing in a car, between 1909 and 1932.
Black and white image of a house, Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, Long Island, 1902.
Black and white photo of a Union Pacific train, North Platte, Nebraska, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt saluting, bridge of Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, June 20, 1910.
Sepia photo of Theodore Roosevelt in 1915.
Sepia photo of President Theodore Roosevelt, 1902.
Sepia image of Roosevelt in a boat, rowing with oars, 1905.
Black and white photo of a Theodore Roosevelt hunting party eating lunch, 1905.
Black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt and friends on a porch, 1902.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt holding a gun and standing by a dead elephant, Africa, between 1909 and 1919.
Black and white photo of James Millikin and President Taylor escorting President Roosevelt between lines of school children, Dedication James Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois, June 4th 1903.
Black and white image of President Roosevelt and his detectives, Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, Long Island, 1902.
Cartoon image of Jack and the Wall Street giants, showing Theodore Roosevelt, holding sword "public service", facing giants representing Gould, Rockefeller, J.J. Hill, Oxnard, and Morgan, 1904.
Sepia photograph of Theodore Roosevelt in 1910.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt tipping his hat while being transported in a carriage on his way to the US Capitol on his inauguration day, March 29th 1905.
Black and white picture of Theodore Roosevelt shaking hands with a man as he leans over the back of a train, Tennessee, 1902.
Black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt, Rev MJ Hoben, and John Mitchell sitting in front of a porch, 1910.
Black and white photo of a Roosevelt lawn party, White House Grounds, Monument in the background, Washington DC, 1905.
Black and white photo of a Union Pacific train coming out of roundhouse to haul President Roosevelt’s special, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt in Big Tree Grove, Santa Cruz, California, 1903.
Black and white image of President Theodore Roosevelt speaking outside church in Rifle, Colorado, 1905.
Black and white image of the den at Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, Long Island, 1902.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt and men near a train, 1906.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt giving a speech between 1885 and 1919.
Black and white photo of Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, and DR Francis standing on a porch, 1903.
Black and white image of the Sagamore Hill dining room interior, showing moose and ram heads mounted on the walls, 1904.
Sepia toned photo of Theodore Roosevelt standing in a rowboat, using an oar to push off from shore, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt and Capt Fitzhugh on horses, jumping a fence, 1907.
Sepia photo of President Theodore Roosevelt rowing a boat, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt greeting newspapermen, 1910.
Black and white photo of the Sagamore Hill library with mounted elk heads, 1910.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt on a horse, 1902.
Black and white photo of Prince Henry and party on the back of a train, 1902.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt and party in carriage at Inspiration Point, Yosemite, California, 1903.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt’s home library with shelves of books, chairs, and fur rugs, Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, Long Island, 1902
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt laughing, May 3rd 1921.
Sepia toned photograph of a line of men carrying items on a Theodore Roosevelt hunting expedition in Africa, 1910.
Black and white photo of a Chimney-Butte Ranch cabin, where Roosevelt lived between 1883 and 1884. Photo taken in 1904.
Black and white picture of President Theodore Roosevelt on the "Mayflower," reviewing the Naval Parade off Long Island, 1903.
Black and white photo of President Roosevelt’s train covered in flowers, Santa Cruz, California, 1903.
Black and white photograph of tribal Indian chiefs in parade at Theodore Roosevelts Presidential inauguration, Washington DC, March 4th 1905.
Black and white photo of William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt standing on a porch, 1900.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt, Mayor Gaynor and Cornelius Vanderbilt, June 23rd 1910. Roosevelt has his hand out, ready to greet a Rough Rider, during a New York City parade.
Black and white photo of President Theodore during his inaugural address, Washington DC, 1905.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt shaking hands with one of the men that fought in Cuba, at a Rough Rider reunion, San Antonio, Texas, 1905.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt giving a diploma to a cadet on Graduation Day at Annapolis, 1902.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt in a carriage during Inauguration Day, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt standing in front of a horse while watching Theodore Jr jumping a horse over a fence, 1907.
Black and white image of President Theodore Roosevelt speaking at South Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1902.
Black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt standing beside Edith Kermit Carow, 1908.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt dressed as a cowboy, standing by a horse, 1910.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt giving a speech from the back of a train, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1905.
Black and white photo of President Roosevelt on a 60 mile ride from Laramie to Cheyenne, Wyoming, with a dog running in front of the horses, 1903.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt with an officer on the deck of a ship, 1907.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt seated at a desk in his library, 1912.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt in 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt in 1900.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt giving a speech at Worcester, Mass, 1902.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt on a horse in Luxor, Egypt, 1910.
Black and white image of Roosevelt seated by a globe in 1908.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt seated, 1902.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt in 1900.
Black and white image of Roosevelt seated and looking to the right, 1912.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt in 1902.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt on a horse, jumping a fence, 1902.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt giving a speech at the dedication of the capitol, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1906.
Black and white image of Edith Kermit Carow and Theodore Rooosevelt with family, 1903.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt, 1903.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt seated in 1900.
Black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt in 1904.
Black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt seated in a chair with his 4 sons, Theodore Jr, Kermit, Archibald Bulloch "Archie", and Quentin, 1904.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt sitting beside a globe, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt as Governor in 1899.
Black and white image of President Theodore Roosevelt waving his hat on his tour through New Jersey before the convention, 1912.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt on horseback at Liberty Cap, Yellowstone, 1903.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt sitting, 1910.
Black and white picture of Thoedore Roosevelt standing beside a table and holding a piece of paper, 1907.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt in 1913.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt with Master Richard Derby, holding Kermit Roosevelt Jr, 1916.
Black and white photo of Theodore and Kermit Roosevelt on a porch, 1910.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt standing in 1898.
Black and white photo of President Theodore Roosevelt in his office, 1903.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt in 1900.
Black and white image of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt in a uniform, October 26th 1898.
Sepia photograph of Taft on balustrade in snow, holding his top hat and gesturing to the crowd before him on the grounds of the east front of the Capitol, with photographers at left, 1909.
Sepia photo of President Theodore Roosevelt delivering his inaugural address, Washington DC, 1905.
Sepia toned picture of William H Taft and Theodore Roosevelt driving to Capitol in a snow storm, March 4th 1909.
Black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt and General Leonard Wood facing eachother while in conversation, 1920.
Sepia picture of President Theodore Roosevelt being transported in a horse drawn carriage while on his way to the Capitol, Pennsylvania Avenue, March 4th 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt on a horse while jumping a fence, 1902.
Image of an aged man labeled "Russian Jew" carrying a large bundle labeled "Oppression" on his back; hanging from the bundle are weights labeled "Autocracy," "Robbery," "Cruelty," "Assassination," "Deception," and "Murder." In the background, on the right, a Jewish community burns, and in the upper left corner, Theodore Roosevelt speaks to the Emperor of Russia, Nicholas II, "Now that you have peace without, why not remove his burden and have peace within your borders?" 1904.
Black and white photograph of President Theodore Roosevelt wearing eye glasses, 1902.
Sepia toned picture of the Inaugural Ballroom with giant marble columns, from President Roosevelt’s box, Pension Building, Washington DC, 1905.
Black and white photo of Theodore Roosevelt seated and holding a rifle across his lap, 1885. He is wearing a deer skin hunting suit.
Black and white image of President Theodore Roosevelt aiming a rifle to shoot a bear out of a tree, 1905. A dog is beside him.
Black and white image of Theodore Roosevelt standing beside a globe, February 24th 1903.
Sepia photo of Chief Justice Melville W Fuller administering the oath of office to Theodore Roosevelt, east portico, US Capitol, March 4th 1905.
Black and white image of Zachary Taylor, 12th American President, holding a telescope.
Black and white image of Major General Zachary Taylor, 12th President of the USA, standing next to a white horse.
Black and white picture of the 12th President of the United States, Zachary Taylor, and his cabinet officers, seated from left, Reverdy Johnson, Attorney General, William M. Meredith, Secretary of the Treasury, William B. Preston, Secretary of the Navy, George W. Crawford, Secretary of War, Jacob Collamer, Postmaster General, Thomas Ewing, Secretary of the Interior, and John M. Clayton, Secretary of State.
Image of a Tobacco label, with Zachary Taylor on a white horse on a Mexican War battlefield.
Black and white image of the Presidential Inauguration for Zachary Taylor.
Black and white photo of the 12th American President, Zachary Taylor.
Black and white photo of President Zachary Taylor and his cabinet in 1849. Left to right: William Ballard Preston, Secretary of the Navy; Thomas Ewing, Secretary of the Interior; John Middleton Clayton, Secretary of State; Zachary Taylor, Twelfth President of the United States; William Morris Meredith, Secretary of the Treasury; George Washington Crawford, Secretary of War; Jacob Collamer, Postmaster General; Reverdy Johnson, Attorney General. This image does come with a lot of scratches that we were unable to retouch.
Black and white picture of the death of President Zachary Taylor, he lying on his death bed in the White House, July of 1850.
Black and white image of the funeral for Zachary Taylor, showing a coffin on a decorated wagon, seen through curtains, eagle above bears banner, "I have endeavored to do my duty." Zachary Taylor died in 1850.
Black and white image of the Zachary Taylor Inauguration.
Black and white picture of the 12th President of the USA, Zachary Taylor. This image does have scratches.
Black and white picture of Major General Zachary Taylor, President of the United States, standing with his white horse.
Image of the 3rd American President, Thomas Jefferson, sitting at a desk with his hands clasped.
Black and white image of Thomas Jefferson sitting at a desk with his hands clasped.
Black and white picture of the 3rd President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, holding the Declaration of Independence.
Image of the third American President, Thomas Jefferson, wearing a laurel crown upon his head.
Picture of Thomas Jefferson, the 3rd President of the USA, sitting at a desk with his hands clasped.
Black and white image of President Thomas Jefferson sitting at a table.
Black and white image of the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, sitting at a desk.
Black and white image of the death of William H Harrison, the 9th American President, 1841, with Rev. Hawley, a physician, niece, and nephew in attendance, as well as Thomas Ewing, Secretary of Treasury, Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, and Francis Granger (waiting at the door), Postmaster General.
Black and white picture of President William Henry Harrison.
Black and white photo of the 9th President of the USA, William H Harrison.
Black and white picture of President William H Harrison standing beside a table.
Image of William H Harrison, the 9th President of the United States.
Black and white stock photo of Bill Clinton in 1992.
Black and white photograph of First Lady Lucy Webb Hayes standing behind 19th American President, Rutherford Birchard Hayes, between 1870 and 1880.
Sepia toned photograph of the Rutherford Hayes Presidential inauguration showing Chief Justice Morrison R. Waite administering the oath of office to Rutherford B. Hayes on a flag-draped inaugural stand on the east portico of the US Capitol, 1877.
Black and white stock picture of Rutherford Birchard Hayes, the 19th President of the United States, between 1865 and 1880.
Picture of President Rutherford Birchard Hayes, 1877. He was the 19th President of the United States.
Black and white photo of Rutherford Hayes, 19th President of the United States, between 1877 and 1893.
Sepia toned photograph of the crowded inauguration of Rutherford Birchard Hayes with people surrounding Horatio Greenough’s statue of George Washington, 1877.
Black and white stock photograph of Rutherford B Hayes, 19th President of the United States, between 1870 and 1880.
Black and white photograph of Rutherford Hayes, 19th President of the USA, 1877.
Black and white stock photo of the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan, 1981.
Stock photograph of 40th President of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan, wearing a white cowboy hat while at Rancho Del Cielo in 1976. This is a closeup of his face.
Photo of Ronald Reagan relaxing with Nancy Reagan on the set of her movie Donovan’s Brain, 1953.
Picture of the 40th president of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan, 1981.
Photograph of Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States, 1985.
Black and white photo of Richard Nixon, Vice President at the time, surrounded by press as he travels by airplane, August 5th 1959.
Photograph of a ticker tape parade for then presidential candidate, Richard Milhous Nixon, November of 1960.
Black and white photo of Richard Milhous Nixon, 27th President of the United States, between 1969 and 1974.
Black and white photo of 37th American President Richard M Nixon throwing a baseball at Senators’ opening game with New York, Washington DC, April 7th 1969.
Black and white photo of President Richard Nixon escorting his daughter, Tricia Nixon at her White House wedding, June 12th 1971.
Black and white photo of Richard Nixon in a crowd at his daughter’s (Tricia Nixon) White House wedding, June 12th 1971.
Black and white stock photograph of Millard Fillmore, 13th President of the United States, seated in a chair, between 1850 and 1874.
Black and white picture of the thirteenth President of the United States, Millard Fillmore, standing with his hand on a book.
Black and white picture of the 13th American President, Millard Fillmore.
Black and white picture of Millard Fillmore, 13th President of the United States, seated in a chair and reading a book.
Image of a campaign banner for Whig Party candidates in the national election of 1848 promoting Zachary Taylor and his vice presidential running mate Millard Fillmore.
Black and white photo of 13th American President, Millard Fillmore.
Black and white photo of the 8th President of the United States, Martin Van Buren.
Black and white picture of the eighth American President, Martin Van Buren.
Black and white picture of President Martin Van Buren, seated and reading a book.
Black and white photo of the 8th President of the United States, Martin Van Buren. This is one of the few campaign prints issued in support of Democratic incumbent Martin Van Buren’s 1840 presidential bid. Designed to appeal to the workingman, the print invokes the recent history of Democratic support of labor interests. The artist specifically cites Andrew Jackson’s defeat of the United States Bank and Van Buren’s recent executive order reducing the work day of all federal employees to ten hours. In the center is a large bust portrait of Van Buren. Above it flies an eagle holding a streamer with the words "Independent Treasury and Liberty." Van Buren’s Independent Treasury Bill, passed in July 1840, established an independent treasury in Washington and subtreasuries in cities throughout the country, which took the place of the late Bank of the United States. Flanking the portrait are two colummns. Atop the one on the left stands Andrew Jackson holding his famous 1832 veto of the Bank’s charter. Jackson treads on one of several large dead serpents which symbolize the Bank and here hang down the sides of the column. (The Bank had been represented previously, in "General Jackson Slaying the Many Headed Monster," no. 1836-7, as a snakelike monster.) The column on the right is entwined with a large grapevine. On its capital stands a farmer, holding a large axe and a document "Ten Hours."
Black and white picture of President Martin Van Buren.
Black and white photograph of left to right: Lady Bird Johnson, Ferdinand Edralin Marcos (10th President of the Philippines), Lyndon B Johnson, and Imelda Romualdez Marcos, September 14th 1966.
Black and white photograph of Lyndon Baines Johnson when he was Vice President, inspecting a textile mill, Saigon, Vietnam, May 12th 1961.
Black and white photo of President LBJ (Lyndon Baines Johnson) surrounded by members of Congress, seated at a desk and signing the 1968 Civil Rights Bill, April 11th 1968.
Black and white photograph of Lyndon Baines Johnson with other men, talking with William G Stroud of NASA regarding TIROS I, and displaying the satellite circuitry, April 4th 1960.
Black and white picture of Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ) seated with his hands clasped, June of 1964.
Black and white photograph of the funeral ceremony for Lyndon Baines Johnson with President Nixon offering condolences to Lady Bird Johnson as they stand near the casket of LBJ lying in state, January 24th 1973.
Black and white photograph of Lyndon Baines Johnson speaking to a crowd while standing at a podium, his wife Lady Bird Johnson, next to him, while campaigning for the nomination for president at the Democratic Convention in Los Angeles, California, Biltmore Hotel, July 10th 1960.
Black and white photo of President Lyndon B Johnson surrounded by members of Congress, seated at a desk and signing the 1968 Civil Rights Bill, April 11th 1968.
Black and white stock photo of 36th President Lyndon B Johnson next to a window, September 1955.
Black and white picture of 10th American President John Tyler, 1841.
Black and white image of President John Tyler.
Black and white picture of John Tyler.
Black and white image of John Tyler, 10th President of the United States.
Black and white picture of the silhouette of President John Tyler standing on a patio near a column, holding a piece of paper and pointing.
Black and white picture of John Tyler, 10th President of the United States, sitting at a table.
Picture of President John Tyler, seated at a desk with a quill.
Photo of John Quincy Adams, 6th President of the United States, sitting in a chair and holding a book.
Black and white picture of President John Quincy Adams.
Black and white photo of President John Quincy Adams holding a book.
Black and white picture of John Quincy Adams, the sixth President of the United States.
Black and white picture of the 6th American President, J Q Adams, sitting in a chair and holding a book.
Black and white image of the 6th American President, John Q Adams, sitting in a chair and holding a book.
Image of John Quincy Adams lying in a bed while he was dying.
Black and white picture of President John Quincy Adams sitting in a chair and reading in a library.
Image of President John Quincy Adams resting his head on a pillow before his death.
Black and white picture of the death of President John Quincy Adams showing men standing around him while he lyes in a bed, 1848.
Image of the death of President John Quincy Adams showing men standing around him while he lyes in a bed, 1848.
Sepia toned photo of Jacqueline Kennedy throwing her wedding bouquet while standing in her wedding dress on a flight of stairs, 1953.
Black and white photograph of First Lady, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy (also called Jackie O, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, Jackie Kennedy, Jacqueline Onassis, Jackie Onassis) seated on a couch in 1961.
Photograph of the Kennedy family surrounding John and Jackie Kennedy on their wedding day, September 1953.
Black and white photograph of a crowd waiting outside an electronics store, hoping for news on John F Kennedy on the day of his assassination, November 22nd 1963.
Black and white photograph of Jacqueline Kennedy standing beside JFK as he lays on a gurney after having spinal surgery, December 21st 1954.
Black and white photograph of John F Kennedy (JFK, John Kennedy, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jack Kennedy) in 1961.
Black and white photo of John and Jackie Kennedy in the rear seats, Texas Governor John Connally and his wife in center seats, and driver in the front seat of a convertible automobile during a JFK motorcade on the day of the assassination, November 22nd 1963.
Black and white picture of President John F Kennedy sitting with Mayor Willy Brandt, White House, March 13th 1961.
Black and white photograph of Dorothea Lange, photographer for the Farm Security Administration (FSA), sitting on top of a 1933 Ford Model B, holding her camera, February of 1936. This image was taken by Paul S. Taylor.
Black and white stock image of James Knox Polk, 11th President of the United States, seated at a desk.
Black and white picture of James Knox Polk, the 11th President of the United States.
Black and white picture of President James Knox Polk.
Sepia photograph of James K Polk, 11th American President.
Image of James K Polk, the 11th President of the United States.
Image of James K Polk, the 11th President of the United States, standing near a chair.
Black and white stock picture of the 11th President of the United States, James K Polk.
Sepia toned picture of James Knox Polk, the 11th President of the United States. Please note that this image has a lot of scratches.
Black and white picture of James Knox Polk, 11th American President.
Black and white image of the Inauguration of President James K Polk, showing a crowd with umbrellas in front of a platform on east portico of U.S. Capitol, where Chief Justice Roger B. Taney administers the oath of office to James K. Polk, 1845.
Sepia stock image of the 11th President of the United States, James K Polk.
Black and white picture of James Knox Polk, the 11th President of the United States. Please note that this image has a lot of scratches.
Black and white stock photo of President Monroe lying in state at the City Hall, July 3rd 1858.
Black and white stock picture of the fifth President of the United States, James Monroe, seated at a desk.
Black and white stock image of James Monroe, 5th President of the USA.
Black and white stock image of President James Monroe seated in a chair, 1817.
Black and white stock image of James Monroe, 5th American President, seated with his hands on a desk.
Sepia picture of James Monroe, 5th American President, seated with his hands on a desk.
Image of James Buchanan, 15th President of the United States.
Black and white engraved picture of President James Buchanan, 1857.
Image of President James Buchanan, posed in front of red curtains with tassels, between 1835 and 1856.
Black and white image of President Buchanan standing by a table with a hand on a book, 1860.
Black and white image of President Buchanan, between 1857 and 1870.
Black and white picture of James Buchanan in 1856.
Picture of James Buchanan, 15th President of the United States, 1855.
Picture of James Buchanan, 15th American President, posed in front of curtains, between 1835 and 1856.
Black and white picture of President Buchanan, between 1850 and 1870.
Black and white picture of James Madison, 4th President of the United States, 1828.
Black and white picture of the 4th President of the United States, James Madison.
Black and white picture of the 4th American President, James Madison, seated and holding documents.
Black and white image of James Madison, 1857.
Black and white image of President James Madison standing in an office near a table, his hand on the table, between 1809 and 1817.
Black and white stock photo of Mollie Garfield with President James Abram Garfield, 1865.
Stock image of President James A Garfield being greeted by his wife and daughter after being shot, 1881.
Black and white stock photo of the children of President James Abram Garfield, from left: Mollie, Harry, James, Irving, and Abe, 1881.
Black and white picture of the right profile of President James A. Garfield, standing and wearing a jacket and hat, between 1870 and 1881.
Stock image of President James Abram Garfield standing near shelves of books, 1881.
Black and white stock photo of President James Abram Garfield’s cottage, Long Branch, New Jersey, 1926.
Stock image of President James Garfield and his family seated at a table, 1881.
Black and white stock photo of President James Abram Garfield between 1870 and 1881.
Black and white image of President James Abram Garfield with his mother and wife, 1881.
Stock image of President James A Garfield with his family in a library, 1882.
Sepia stock photo of the remains of President James Abram Garfield, 1881.
Black and white picture of President James A Garfield with his family in a library, 1882.
Picture of President James A. Garfield with James G. Blaine after being shot by Charles Julius Guiteau. President Garfield was shot by Guiteau at 9:30am on July 2nd 1881, after being in office for only 4 months. At the time of the incident, the President was at the Sixth Street Station of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad in Washington DC, on his way to a Williams College reunion, with Secretary of State James G. Blaine and his two sons, James and Harry. The President was shot by two bullets; one shooting through his shoulder and out his back, barely missing an artery; the second was lodged in his chest. Alexander Graham Bell used a metal detector in an attempt to find the bullet, but Garfield was lying on a metal bedframe, which made the detector malfunction. Garfield became very ill over several weeks because of infection, and this caused his heart to weaken. He died of a massive heart attack or a ruptured splenic artery aneurysm, following blood poisoning and bronchial pneumonia, at 10:35pm on Monday, September 19th 1881.
Stock image of the Khazneh, El Khazne, el-Kazne, the Treasury at Petra, Jordan, March 7th 1839. The Bedouins thought that the urn at the top contained riches and they shot their rifles at it in hopes of finding treasure, which is how the building became known as the Treasury.
Stock illustration of the Khazneh, the Treasury at Petra, Jordan, March 7th 1839. The Bedouins thought that the urn at the top contained riches and they shot their rifles at it in hopes of finding treasure, which is how the building became known as the Treasury.
Stock photo of United States Air Force Tech. Sgt. John Gallup fabricating shower rod holders for Air Force and Army living quarters Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq, March 8th 2007. Gallup is an arch welder with the structures department of the 506th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron, and fabricates these and many other pieces of hardware that are vital to maintain the structures at Kirkuk AB.
Black and white stock photograph of a man sitting at the the High Place of Sacrifice at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photo of the Siq entrance at Petra, showing the alley between stone, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photo of men atop the "Mensa Sacra" or The High Place, Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946. The high place of sacrifice was an open air holy place with a courtyard and altar.
Black and white stock photograph of the "Mensa Sacra" or The High Place of Sacrifice at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock image of a view of hills of Petra, the extinct city in Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Historical black and white stock photo of the Serpent monument and block tomb at Petra, Jordan, 1920 to 1933.
Historical black and white stock photo of a man posed at the Columbarium at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946. The interior of this tomb is carved with many niches. No one knows for sure exactly what this feature was for, but it is one of the most unique and stunning sights at the extinct city.
Black and white stock photo of sunlight through the Siq entrance at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photo of a view of Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946. I was unable to identify the exact features in this image. If you happen to know, please contact us so we can correctly label this image.
Black and white stock photo of modern Petrans at Wady Farrassa, Petra, Jordan, between 1925 and 1946.
Black and white stock photograph of a full blooded Cherokee Native American woman named Petrina Moore welding at the Todd Hoboken dry dock in 1943.
Stock image of Stonehenge, a henge monument, Salisbury, England, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white stock image of a coal miner crushed under a rock in a coal mining cagve, between 1909 and 1932. This proves how dangerous the job is.
Black and white stock photograph of Heinrich Schliemann (1822-1890), a man who excavated lost civilzation sites including Mycenae, Troy, and Tiryns. He discovered the Mask of Agamemnon at Mycenae in 1876.
Black and white stock photograph of the Winchester rifle of Jesse James, 1921.
Black and white stock photo of the Midgets May Party in Central Park, showing people sitting on grass, May 6th 1910.
Sepia stock photograph of three dwarfs, two male, one female, between 1860 and 1880.
Sepia stock photograph of The Murays Midgets, tripplet brothers, 19 years old, 1880.
Black and white stock image of Princess Wee Wee, a dwarf woman, sitting with a bouquet of flowers, 1915.
Black and white stock image of three midget women sitting on grass and eating lunch at the Midget May Party in Central Park, May 6th 1910.
Black and white stock photograph of Chiquita, The Doll Queen, Mrs. Anthony C. Woeckener of Erie, Pennsylvania, seated on arm of a chair, with a normal size young man standing next to her, 1904.
This is a black and white 1975 photograph depicting a small child who’d been stricken with smallpox was taken by Dr. Stan Foster, EIS, Officer, Class of 1962, and a part of the worldwide Global Smallpox Eradication Campaign of the late 1960s, early 1970s. This image was created in 1975 and provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Dr. Stan Foster.
This late 1960s photograph shows a seated, listless child, (see also PHIL ID# 6902), who was among many kwashiorkor cases found in Nigerian relief camps during the Nigerian-Biafran war. This image was provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Dr. Lyle Conrad.
1975 picture of a small child who’d been stricken with smallpox was taken by Dr. Stan Foster, EIS, Officer, Class of 1962, and a part of the worldwide Global Smallpox Eradication Campaign of the late 1960s, early 1970s. This image was created in 1975 and provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Dr. Stan Foster.
Stock image of the Montparnasse Station train wreck, showing the Granville-Paris Express train on its nose in the Place de Rennes, Paris, France, October 22nd 1895. All passengers on board the train did survive, however one woman on the street below was killed by falling masonry. Image by Studio Levy and Sons.
Stock image of the cave of the Little Siq, Wadi Muthlim, at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photograph of the temple of el-Khazneh in Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1914.
Stock photograph of Petra, Jordan from above, between 1925 and 1946.
Stock image of Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photo of the siq entrance to Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock image of the Treasury at Petra, Jordan, also known as el-Khazneh, el-Khazne and Al Khazneh, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock image of the cave of the Little Siq, Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photograph of the Treasury at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock image of a Petra doorway framing a man, Jordan, between 1925 and 1946.
Photograph of Turkish soldiers on horses, Petra, Jordan, between 1924 and 1946.
Stock photo of a man overlooking petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photograph of the Citadel in Petra, Jordan, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white stock photo of the citadel and obelisk of Zibb Attuf or Jebel Attuf, Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1914.
Stock image of an aerial view of Petra, Jordan, between 1925 and 1946.
Stock image of the Urn Tomb of Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1914.
Stock image of the the Monastery, Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock image of an obelisk on Attuf Ridge, Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photo of the amphitheater at Petra, Jordan, between 1925 and 1946.
Stock photograph of a lion carving, the Lion Triclinium, Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photo of Petra’s Temple of Kasr Firaun, Jordan, between 1898 and 1914.
Stock image of the Treasury at Petra, also known as el-Khazneh, el-Khazne and Al Khazneh, between 1907 and 1940.
Stock photo of the Treasury, also known as el-Khazneh, el-Khazne and Al Khazneh, Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock image of the mountains of Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1914.
Black and white stock photograph of the Corinthian Tomb at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photograph of the Kasr el Bint in Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Photograph of the cave of the Little Siq, Wadi Muthlim, at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photograph of el-Kazne, the Treasury, in Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock image of the Siq at Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock image of theTreasury at Petra, also known as el-Khazneh, el-Khazne and Al Khazneh, as seen through the siq, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photograph of tombs with Assyrian facades, Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photo of a view of Petra, Jordan, between 1898 and 1946, featuring the Palace Tomb, Urn Tomb, and Corinthian Tomb.
Black and white stock photograph of the Petra Mountains, Jordan, between 1898 and 1914.
Stock image of the Treasury, also known as el-Khazneh, el-Khazne and Al Khazneh, Petra, Jordan, between 1907 and 1940.
Black and white stock photograph of the rock carved Treasury at Petra, also known as el-Khazneh, el-Khazne and Al Khazneh, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white photograph of a man at a signal station in the Rockies, showing telephone installation and signal man using a heliographs, between 1909 and 1932.
Stock image of two children and storied Acropolis crowned by the Parthenon, (Thesion at base) S.E. from railway, Athens, Greece, 1907.
Black and white stock image of The Parthenon in Athens, Greece, 1925.
Black and white image of a distant view of the Parthenon and Mt. Lycabettus, Athens, Greece, 1925.
Stock image of the Parthenon from Southeast, Athens, Greece, 1925.
Black and white photograph of the Parthenon, between 1850 and 1880.
Black and white stock photo of the interior of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece, between 1850 and 1880.
Image of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece, 1842.
Black and white image of a bas-relief from a Parthenon frieze depicting men on horses, between 1850 and 1880.
Stock image of scaffolding around the Parthenon, 1901.
Black and white image of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece, between 1850 and 1880.
Black and white photo of the Acropolis, Parthenon, Athens, Greece, between 1890 and 1930.
Black and white image of a bas-relief of people carrying urns on their shoulders, from a frieze on the Parthenon, between 1850 and 1880.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of paintings in a Greek Church of Cappadocia, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of a painting of Christ in a Greek church of Cappadocia, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Black and white stock photograph of Cappadocia, an ancient Christian civilization that has hundreds of miles of underground living quarters, Turkey, 1935.
Stock photograph of a view of Roman camps and the Dead Sea from Masada, Israel, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock photograph of men approaching Masada on horseback, Israel, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photograph of a view of Masada as seen from the East, Israel, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock photograph of a view of a Roman camp as seen from Masada, Israel, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock image of a person overlooking Roman camps and the Dead Sea from Masada, Israel, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock image of the ancient fortress of Masada, Israel, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photograph of Masada from the North East, Israel, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock photograph of Masada from the East, Israel, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock image of a hiker with ropes on Masada, Israel, between 1898 and 1946.
Stock photograph of men riding horses to Masada, Israel, between 1920 and 1933.
Stock photograph of a tree framing a view of Masada, Israel, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock photograph of people hiking the path to Masada, Israel, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock photograph of the ancient fortress, Masada, Israel, between 1898 and 1914.
Black and white historical stock photograph two male blacksmiths making a metal hoop for a wagon wheel, 1903.
Black and white photograph of a man on a camel near a pool of water, the Egyptian pyramids in the background, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white stock photo of men and camels near the Great Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white stock image of the Great Sphinx in Giza, Egypt, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white stock image of the courtyard in front of the Great Sphinx, the Egyptian Pyramids in the background, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white photograph of a man on a camel near a pool of water, the Egyptian pyramids in the background, between 1934 and 1939.
Stock photograph of a caravan of Bedouins by the Egyptian Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white photo of the courtyard in front of the Great Sphinx, the Egyptian Pyramids in the background, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white photo of a camal caravan passing through a palm grove in Memphis, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock image of the temple, Great Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white photograph of people walking through a palm grove in Memphis, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and whit ephotograph of two men viewing the two largest Egyptian Pyramids, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white photograph of a man on a camel near a pool of water, the Egyptian pyramids in the background, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white photograph of a man on a camel near a pool of water, the Egyptian pyramids in the background, between 1934 and 1939.
Photograph of camels and a flooded village near the Egyptian Pyramids, Egypt, between 1890 and 1900.
Photograph of the ruins of the granite temple, the Great Sphynx and Great Pyramid, Giza, Egypt, 1902.
Stock image of the Great Sphinx and the second pyramid at Giza, Egypt, 1870-1880. The sphinx is not completely excavated in this shot.
Black and white stock photograph of a side view of the Great Sphinx, 1896.
Stock photograph of a group of men with camels standing in front of the partially excavated Great Sphinx, the pyramids in the background, 1901.
Black and white photograph of a distant view of the Step Pyramid at Sakkara, with men and their livestock in the foreground, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Image of "Approach of the simoom" by David Roberts showing a camel caravan near the Great Sphinx and Egyptian Pyramids, a dust storm coming at them.
Stock photo of the temple, Great Sphinx and Egyptian Pyramids, Egypt, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white image of men and resting camels on the north side of the Great Pyramid of Giza, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock photograph looking down from the Great Pyramid upon the Sphinx and the desert, Egypt, 1935.
Photograph of four men on the summit of the Great Pyramid of Giza, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white photograph of a man on a camel near a pool of water, the Egyptian pyramids in the background, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white photo of a caravan of Bedouins by the Pyramids of Giza, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white image of the Egyptian Pyramids and Great Spinx, Giza, Egypt, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white photograph of the Avenue of Sphinxes in front of 1st pylon, Temple of Hathor, Karnak, between 1900 and 1920.
Photograph of the Great Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, between 1934 and 1939.
Photograph of two men overlooking the Nile Valley from the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white photograph of the city of Cairo, Egypt from the Citadel, the pyramids in the far distance, between 1900 and 1920.
Photograph of two men at the fourth Pyramid of Giza showing anchorage for the slanting corner, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white photo of two resting camels and two men near the Egyptian Pyramids, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Image of the Great Pyramid of Cheops/Kheops/Khufu from a road, camel and man in the foreground, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white image of men and camels near the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, 1904.
Black and white photograph of a photographer and assistant setting up a camera near the top of the Great Pyramid, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white stock photo of the profile of the Great Sphinx and Pyramids at Giza, Egypt, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white photograph of two men near the granite temple of Giza, pyramids in the distance, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white photo of a man standing on the summit of the Great Pyramid of Giza, the second pyramid in the background, between 1900 and 1920.
Sepia toned photograph of the Avenue of Sphinxes at Karnak, Egypt, between 1856 and 1860.
Black and white image of a view of the Sphinx at Giza, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock photo of men on camels near the Great Sphinx, which is not completely excavated yet in this image, and the pyramids, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white photograph of a pool of water near a village with palm trees, the Egyptian Pyramids in the background, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock image of tourists on camels and the profile of the Great Spinx at Giza, Egypt, 1900.
Black and white photograph of tourists, one woman among 5 men, climbing the outer blocks of the Great Pyramid, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white stock photo of the back side of the head of the Great Sphinx, Egypt, 1926.
Black and white photograph of the Great Sphinx, partially excavated, the pyramids in the background, Egypt, between 1890 and 1923.
Black and white photograph of the Colossal statue of Rameses/Ramses II in a palm grove, Memphis, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Photograph of the Great Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, between 1934 and 1939. There is a small dust storm in the background.
Photograph of the Great Sphinx and Egyptian Pyramids, between 1934 and 1939.
Photograph of a native Egyptian village and palm trees with the Pyramids of Giza in the background, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Photograph of the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Sphinx, palm trees and men with camels in the foreground, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock photograph of the Great Sphinx and Egyptian Pyramids with three women and a man in western attire, seated on camels, several local men standing before the camels holding the reins, between 1860 and 1900.
Black and white image of sphinxes in front of 1st pylon, Temple of Hathor, Karnak, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white photograph of men walking through ancient Memphis in Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Photograph of two camels and two men resting in front of the Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Stock image of a caravan of Bedouins by the Egyptian Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Image by David Roberts of the partially excavated Great Spinx and Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt, July 17th 1839.
Black and white photographs of the Egyptian Pyramids of Giza through a palm grove, Memphis, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white photo of a person with a mule near the Step Pyramid at Sakkara, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Photograph of men standing on the edge of the Great Pyramid, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920. This particular angle shows the ascent of the pyramid.
Black and white image of the Temple of Khufu, Great Sphinx and Pyramid, Egypt, 1912.
Photograph of the Great Sphinx and pyramids at Giza, Egypt, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white stock image of the Temple of Khufu, the Great Sphinx and pyramid, Egypt, 1908.
Black and white photograph of the Egyptian Pyramids and the Great Sphinx of Giza, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white stock photograph of the Great Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza, the sphinx is still not completely excavated in this shot, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white stock photograph of the Sphinx of Memphis, Egypt, between 1920 and 1933. This sphinx is 14 feet high, 26 feet long, and weighs 90 tons.
Black and white photograph of a side view of the Great Sphinx at Giza, pyramids in the background, between 1898 and 1946.
Black and white image of a camel caravan of Bedouins leaving the Pyramids of Giza, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white stock image of the Graf Zeppelin airship above the Pyramids of Giza, men watching from the top of a pyramid, Egypt, 1931.
Black and white photograph of a man on a camel near a pool of water, the Egyptian pyramids in the background, between 1934 and 1939.
Photograph of a person standing near the Great Sphinx at Giza, Egypt, 1908.
Black and white photo of the fourth pyramid of Giza, the Granite temple of the sphinx, the head of the Great Sphinx and the Great Pyramid, between 1920 and 1933.
Black and white photograph of the Great Sphinx of Giza, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Black and white image of men with camels in front of the Great Sphinx and Second Pyramid, Egypt, 1908.
Photograph of the Sphinx at Giza, Egypt, September of 1934.
Image by David Roberts of the partially excavated Great Spinx and Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt.
Black and white image of men and a camel near the entrance of the Great Pyramid of Giza, Cairo, Egypt, between 1900 and 1920.
Photograph of Amelia Earhart in 1928.
Black and white photograph of Mayor James Walker and Amelia Earhart in 1932.
Black and white photo of men working on oil pipeline, 1944. America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. The largest oil pipeline ever laid runs from the U.S. southwest state of Texas eastward to the Atlantic coast, a distance of almost 1,400 (2240 kilometers) miles, over which 300,000 barrels of oil every day is being pumped to help supply the enormous war demands of the armed forces of the U.S. and the United Nations. The pipeline is 24 inches in diameter and cost $95,000,000 to complete. The section being laid in the ground has been given a coat of hot asphalt paint. The building of the pipeline insured a steady flow of fuel oil from the oil fields to Atlantic coast ports.
Photo of railroad cars and oil tanks, 1944. America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. Railroad cars stand on a side track ready to receive cargoes of gasoline stored in large spherical tanks at the refinery of one of the principal U.S. oil companies. The cars will speed the gasoline across the American continent to seaports where it will be loaded onto tanker ships for conveyance overseas to the armed forces of the United Nations. Gasoline totals have reached new records since the U.S. entered the war. Besides the enormous amounts required to fuel the 180,000 planes American factories have turned out since December 7, 1941, large supplies of fuel are needed for naval vessels, merchant ships, tanks and mechanized units in the field. It takes 25,000 gallons of gasoline to move a single U.S. Army tank division 100 miles (160 kilometers).
Image of a pipeline. America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. Over hills and mountains, across broad rivers and through densely weeded regious runs what the U.S. calls the "Big Inch," the largest oil pipeline in the world, built specially to expedite supplies of oil derivatives to U.S. armed forces and the armies of the United Nations. The pipe line extends from the oil fields of the U.S. southwest state of Texas to the New York City - Philadelphia oil district of the U.S. eastern Atlantic coast, a distance of almost 1,400 miles (2240 kilometers). It is 24 inches in diameter and delivers a daily flow of 300,000 barrels. The picture shows the pipeline in the course of building. A section, before being lowered into the trench built to receive it, has been coated with hot asphalt paint. The completed pipeline cost $95,000,000.
Photo of an oil refinery, 1944. America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. These three new catalytic oil "cracking" units are turning out gasoline for the new machines of war at the plant of a large U.S. refining company in the southern U.S. state of Louisiana. In the eight years of the development of the "cracking" process in producing gasoline, it is estimated that 1,000,000,000 barrels of crude oil have been saved by the oil industry. The "cracking" process subjects crude oil to heat and pressure by which the oil molecules are broken down and made to release more of their derivable elements. The drain of war on such gasoline producing units as these is shown by the fact that the U.S. has manufactured 180,000 planes since December 7, 1941, propelled by gasoline motors. For example, one U.S. Liberator four-motored bomber in a six-hour bombing run consumes 1,800 gallons of gasoline, enough to last the average U.S. civilian motorist from three to five years.
America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. Image of a pipeline valve control, 1944. A large pipeline valve controls a pipe leading from storage tanks on shore to fuel tanks of a U.S. merchant ship. This oil dock is in a U.S. Atlantic coast seaport at which oil in large quantities is continually being transhipped for war purposes. The equipment belongs to on the the principal U.S. oil companies working at peak capacity to supply the Navy's mechanized equipment and warplanes of the United Nations. The amount of gasoline needed alone for the 180,000 planes manufactured by the U.S. since December 7, 1941 is indicated by the fact that to train one flyer pilot requires 12,500 gallons of gasoline, enough to last the average U.S. civilian motorist a lifetime.
Image of three men operating oil valves. America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. Men at the wheels of large valves regulate the flow of oil into oil tankers at a U.S. Atlantic coast seaport. The oil, flowing from large storage tanks on the dock, is being transhipped to the armed forces of the U.S. and other of the United Nation. Through valves like these pour the derivative products of some of the 1,601,250,000 barrels of oil which the U.S. oil industry will produce this year. The fact that a U.S. Liberator four-motored bomber consumes 1,800 gallons of gasoline in one six-hour bombing run, enough to supply the average citizen motorist with fuel for four or five years of motoring, indicates the heavy volume of oil supplies required in the modern war.
Black and white photo of a person holding oil less sand in one hand and oily sand in the other. America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. A geology expert of one of the large oil companies U.S. displays two varieties of sand from an oil drilling district. The hand on the left holds dry, oil-less sand, while the one on the right holds sand rich and dark with oil. The latter oil-soaked sand, called "Simpson sand," is the goal of all seekers of oil and finding the sand in a test-boring indicates that is a well is sunk at that place the chances of "striking" oil are good. No longer do oilwell drillers in the U.S. rely on "hit or miss" methods of drilling for oil. Geologists make careful surveys of the surface of the ground to detect those geological characteristics which indicate the presence of oil deposits beneath. The industry's high efficiency has resulted in the production of enormous quantities of oil, a great part of which today propels and lubricates the planes, navies, and mechanized equipment of the United Nations' armed forces.
America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. A geologist, employed by one of the important U.S. oil companies, surveys, with the help of his "rod man" standing on the ridge in the background, a section of land to detect the presence of a possible oil deposit under the ground. "Hit or miss" methods of drilling for oil were discarded long ago in the United States. Today careful preliminary surveys and test borings precede the sinking of most oil wells. Geology experts of the important oil companies are able as a rule to read the surface of the ground accurately for the detection of oil deposits. The industry's efficient methods of finding oil have resulted in the enormous amounts of oil produced. According to a U.S. oil company official, the predictable U.S. oil total for the year 1944 will be 1,601,250,000 barrels, a great part of which will supply the armed forces of the United Nations.
Photo of oil drillers using tongs, 1944. America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. At an oil well in the U.S. Southwest state of Oklahoma, oil drillers are using tools called "tongs" which are clamped on the drill stem to screw on a new section of stem or to unscrew the stem, section by section, after the drilling far below the earth's surface is finished. This procedure is common in modern rotary drilling for oil . The well pictured here is being drilled by a "wildcat" organization of drillers, which means they are formed in a group independent of any of the great oil companies. The well, if successful, will contribute to the vast quantity of oil being poured overseas to the U.S. armed forces and the United Nations for the successful waging of the war. The predictable total of U.S. oil production in 1944, according to a U.S. oil company official, is 1,601,2500,000 barrels produced by thousands of wells such as this one. Some U.S. oilwells today are drilled to a depth of three miles (4.8 kilometers) underground.
Image of oil well derricks, California, 1944. America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. Oil well derricks on the beach along the coast of the U.S. Pacific coast state of California indicate how thorough is the seach for oil which has been going on in America for more than eighty years. Some beach wells are drilled straight down to reach oil deposits, but others are drilled at an angle so that oil is being pumped from locations far under the sea. Sometimes the bottom of the well is a quarter mile or half mile from the shore, while surf washes the foundations of the steel tower on which the drilling or pumping machinery is placed. The thoroughness and efficiency of the U.S. oil industry in finding new oil deposits accounts for the enormous supplies produced in America for the modern machines of war. In 1944 according to a U.S. oil company official, the predictable U.S. crude oil total will reach 1,601,250,000 barrels.
Black and white photo of a view over a petroleum refinery and oil storage tanks, Tampico, Mexico, 1940.
Photo of Monte Cristo Oil Co, Kern County, California, 1910.
Photo of Santa Fe Lease, people with bikes and carriages, California, 1910.
Image of a visit of San Francisco Stock Exchange to the famous Lake View Gusher, California, 1910.
Image of Coaland Oil, San Juan, Porto Rico, 1919.
Pano image of the Burkburnett north-west extension from opposite Golden Cycle well, Wichita County, TX, 1919.
Image of Burk-northwest extension, panographed from the Texas Co.'s derrick top on block 82 opposite Golden Cycle well featuring blocks 74-75-76-73-82-83-84, Texas, 1919.
Sepia toned photograph of Burkburnett oil field, TX, 1919.
Image of Burk-Waggoner Pool, panographed from opposite King 8 well and Waggoner farm house on southwest corner of block 84, showing all blocks northwest & northeast featuring blocks 84-83-85-86-87-88-73-74-75, Lanier tract etc, 1919.
Panoramic sepia photograph of the Sugar Creek refinery, Missouri, 1909.
Panoramic photo of the Beverly oil field, Santa Monica Mountains, California, 1910.
Image of Honolulu Oil Co, Kern County, California, 1910.
Photo of a California Limited Oil field, Fresno County, California, 1909.
Image of the California Oil Field, Fresno County, 1910.
Image of the Colinga oil fields, California, 1909.
Sepia photograph of Maricopa oil fields from section one, California, 1910.
Image of the fields of Long Beach, showing many oil wells and drilling towers, California, May of 1923.
Image of oil fields, Maricopa, California, 1910.
Image of the Maricopa oil field, Kern County, California, 1909.
Sepia image of the Kern River oil field, Hale - McLeod oil property, Kern County, California, October 5th 1911.
Image of the Maricopa oil district, Kern County, California, 1910.
Image of the Sherman oil field, Fresno County, California, 1910.
Photo of the Fullerton oil field as viewed from Union Hill, Orange County, California, 1910.
Sepia photo of the Santa Maria oil field, Fox Groupe, California, 1909.
Image of the Santa Maria oil field, Bull Leas, Santa Barbara County, California, 1909.
Image of the Kern River oil fields, California, 1910.
Image of oil fields and the Fullerton Hills, Orange County, California, 1910.
Pano photo of the Fullerton oil fields, Orange County, California, 1910.
Sepia photo of people posing beside road which runs by business enterprises; oil fields in background, Taft, California, April 14th 1910.
Sepia photo of oil fields, Taft, California, 1910.
Image of an oil field, Taft, California, 1910.
Panoramic sepia photograph of the Standard Oil Company, Richmond, California, 1913. You can see smoke rising from the smokestacks.
Pano image of Signal Hill oil fields, California, 1923.
Image of the Bull Bayou oil field, Louisiana, 1920.
Image of Desdemona oil fields as seen from Terry Tract, TX, 1919.
Image of Grass Creek oil fields, Wyoming, April 9th 1916.
Image of the Burkburnett, Tex oil wells, 1919.
Panoramic sepia photo of "Big Production", panographed from Middle States Lease block 96 featuring, from left to right, blocks 95-89-88-87, "Burkwaggoner Pool", Texas, 1920.
Sepia photo of Burkburnett oil field, 1919.
Photo of Burkburnett oil field, west end, Wichita County, TX, 1919.
Photo of drilling towers, Burkburnett, Van Cleave-Fowler, TX, 1919.
Image of the Burk-Waggoner oil district, blocks 59-60-61-62-63-72-73-74-75-76-81-82-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-95-96-97-98, Wichita County, TX, 1919.
Image of drilling towers over oil wells, Blocks 97-98 and Red River bed, Wichita County, TX, 1919.
Image of oil fields, Desdemona district, southeast of town, TX, 1919.
Photo of the Desdemona oil field district from 1-2 mile south of town, Texas, 1919.
Image of Desdemona oil fields, from 1 1/2 miles north of town, Texas, 1919.
Panoramic sepia image of Desdemona Field, Texas, 1919.
Sepia image of Ranger, TX oil fields, 1919.
Sepia image of Pleasant Grove Church oil fields, Texas, 1919.
Sepia photo of Humble - Gilliland oil fields, TX, 1919.
Sepia photograph of oil fields in Necessity, Texas, 1920.
Pano photo of the Texas oil field, Goose Creek, Bayfield, 1917.
Sepia photo of Goose Creek oil fields with drilling towers, Baytown, Texas, 1917.
Sepia photo of damage during the aftermath of a cyclone, Goose Creek Oil Field, Baytown, Texas, May 24th 1919.
Sepia photograph of McKeesport, Snake Hollow, Gas Belt, Pennsylvania, 1920.
Pano photo of Oil Well Supply Co, Oswego, New York, 1909.
Sepia image of Burkburnett, Tex, oil fields, April 24th 1919.
Photo of Burkburnett oil field, Texas, January 20th 1919.
Sepia photo of Burkburnett, Texas, oil fields, January 20th 1919.
Image of Burk-Burnett district showing blocks 82-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-90-95-96-97, Wichita County, TX, 1919.
Image of Burk-Burnett district showing blocks 60-61-62-73-74-75-76-81-82, oil fields, Wichita County, Texas, 1919.
Panoramic photo of Burkburnett oil fields, view from 3/4 mile west, Wichita County, Texas, 1919.
Image of Burk-Waggoner district showing blocks 72-73-83-84-85-86-87-88-96-97-98, Wichita County, Texas, 1919.
Image of drilling towers, Block 818 from the west, Wichita County, Texas, 1919
Photo of oil fields, Wichita County, Texas, 1919.
Photo of drilling towers, Hardin from the north, Wichita County, Texas, 1919.
Photo of oil wells, Desdemona District, Texas, 1919.
Image of Connellee-Cotton-Norwood in distance; "Golden Switch", left; "Perkins District", right; "Tex. Richard's" well, center, Texas, 1919.
Sepia image of The Fairview Church oil wells, Texas, 1917.
Image of The Millheisler Group, Texas, 1917.
Image of oil fields, Texas Co., Abrams no. 1 flowing 26,000 barrels, 1920.
Sepia photo of Goose Creek Oil Field, Baytown, Texas.
Panoramic sepia photo of Kelly & Jones Co, Wrought Iron Pipe and Fittings; Mine, Mill, Oil and Gas Well; Steam and Plummers supplies; Pumps, Boilers, Radiators, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1906.
Image of Drumright, Oklahoma, September 2nd 1914.
Photo of Hoy Oil Field, Black Bear Creek, Enid, Oklahoma, 1917.
Photo of Mingo Junction oil fields, Ohio, September 1908.
Sepia photo of Sugar Creek refinery, Missouri, 1909.
Pano sepia image of Bull Bayou Oil Fields, Louisiana, 1919.
Photo of an oil field, Shallow pool, Langston and Lowenberg leases, Homer, Louisiana, 1920.
Photo of Bull Bayou, Louisiana, 1919.
Image of the Wonder Pool of the World, Louisiana, 1919.
Image of Birds eye view, Homer Pool, section #2, Shreveport, Louisiana, 1920.
Sepia toned image of the, Wood River Refinery, Illinois, 1908.
Photo of Craig, the oil center of northwestern Colorado, 1950.
Sepia photo of McKittrick Oil field, California, 1909.
Sepia image of McKittrick Oil Field, California, 1910.
Photo of California Oil Field, Fresno County, California, 1910.
Sepia image oil wells, of Ranger, Texas, 1919.
Photo of California Oil field, 1910.
Reed lease looking N. from Job Hill showing Caufield lease, Sterling R Oil Co., Linda Vista and Piedmont properties, 1910.
Photo of Midway looking west, California, 1909.
Sepia image of Midway looking south east, California, 1909.
Photo of Lake View property & 25 Hill, 1910.
Sepia image of McKittrick Oil Field, California, 1910.
Panoramic sepia toned photograph of Petrolium Development Co with drilling towers, Kern River, California, 1910.
Sepia photograph of California's Great Gusher, 1910.
Panoramic sepia photo of workers and oil tanks at Standard Oil Company, Bakersfield, California, 1910.
Sepia photo of Kern River field, California 1910.
Panoramic image of San Francisco Oil Field, 1909.
Sepia image of Union Oil Company, Bakersfield, California, 1910.
Panoramic sepia toned image of Kern River oil field, California, 1910.
Image of Ore centre looking east, south & west, from back of P.O., Kern River field, 1910.
Sepia toned panoramic image of Central Point, Kern River, California, looking north, 1910.
Historical image of Samuel Morse (Samuel Finley Breese Morse), co inventor of the morse code.
Black and white photo of an oil well in Oklahoma, 1922.
Image of Boismenu, between 1890 and 1900.
Black and white Russell Lee photo of an oil field worker resting on pipe wrench, Kilgore, Texas, April 1939.
Black and white Russell Lee photo of an oil field worker drinking water, Kilgore, Texas, April 1939.
Russell Lee photograph of two men pulling clamp of elevator in place to being up section of drill pipe, oil well, Kilgore, Texas, April 1939.
April 1939: Russell Lee photograph of a man operating a portable winch at oil well. This is used to raise drill pipe from hole, Kilgore, Texas.
Black and white Russell Lee photograph of an oil field worker drinking a bottle of milk at lunch, Kilgore, Texas, April 1939.
Russell Lee photograph of two oil field workers eating lunch, Kilgore, Texas, April of 1939.
Black and white Russell Lee photo of the clothing of oil drilling workers drying on a steam pipe, Kilgore, Texas, April 1939.
Russell Lee photograph of the slush pit of an oil well, Kilgore, Texas, April of 1939.
Black and white Russell Lee photograph of two male oil field workers on break, Kilgore, Texas, April of 1939.
Black and white photo of three oil workers on break, sitting in a car and reading a newspaper, 1939.
Black and white Russell Lee photograph of two oil workers unloosening sections of pipe, oil well, Kilgore, Texas, April 1939.
Black and white photograph of a loading platform for tank cars, Seminole oil field, Oklahoma, August 1939.
Photograph of the, Wood River Refinery, Illinois, 1908.
Panoramic image of "Big Production", panographed from Middle States Lease block 96 featuring, from left to right, blocks 95-89-88-87, "Burkwaggoner Pool", Texas, 1920.
Panoramic image of workers and oil tanks at Standard Oil Company, Bakersfield, California, 1910.
Panoramic image of Kelly & Jones Co, Wrought Iron Pipe and Fittings; Mine, Mill, Oil and Gas Well; Steam and Plummers supplies; Pumps, Boilers, Radiators, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1906.
Panoramic photo of the right half of the Petrolium Development Co with drilling towers, Kern River, California, 1910.
Panoramic image of the left half of the Petrolium Development Co with drilling towers, Kern River, California, 1910.
Panoramic image of the Standard Oil Company, Richmond, California, 1913. You can see smoke rising from the smokestacks.
Panoramic image of the center section of Desdemona Field, Texas, 1919.
Panoramic image of the right section of Desdemona Field, Texas, 1919.
Panoramic image of the left section of Desdemona Field, Texas, 1919.
Photo of the left section of Burkburnett oil field, Texas, January 20th 1919.
Photo of the right section of the Burkburnett oil field, Texas, January 20th 1919.
Photo of McKittrick Oil field, California, 1909.
Photograph of California's Great Gusher, 1910.
Black and white image of a large oil gusher, Mooringsport, Louisiana, 1913.
Photo of oil pouring from a pipe to a hole in the ground, Texas, 1919.
Photo of an oil well with a tank in foreground, El Dorado, Kansas, 1917.
Black and white illustration of a three-horsepower internal combustion engine that ran on coal gas, 1896.
Panoramic black and white image of the right section of the Sugar Creek refinery, Missouri, 1909.
Panoramic black and white image of the center section of the Sugar Creek refinery showing oil tanks, Missouri, 1909.
Panoramic black and white photograph of the left section of the Sugar Creek refinery, Missouri, 1909.
Photo of men working in Pompeian Olive Oil Company, between 1909 and 1932.
Photo of a lake of oil, Romania, 1923.
Photo from 1923 showing women dressed in rags, standing hot oil, shoveling up the refuse to a terrace above them and then into cars so that not a speck of oil is wasted, Romania.
Image of uncut diamonds gathered by five different mines in two days, Kimberley, South Africa, between 1900 and 1923.
Photo of diamond miners at the bottom of a great shaft at the Wesselton Mines, Kimberley, South Africa, 1911.
Photograph of disabled trucks at the Wesselton Diamond Mine, South Africa, March 23rd 1911.
Photo of an oil barge in an oil creek, Pioneer, Pennsylvania, 1895.
Image of men working 2000 ft. undergound in Kimberley Diamond Mine, South Africa, between 1890 and 1905.
Black and white photograph of a smoke plume from a burning oil well, Jennings, Louisiana, 1902.
Photo of gypsy girls working in an oil field, Roumania, 1923.
Photograph of drilling towers of European companies enclosed while those of the Americans are open, Roumania, 1923.
Photograph of gypsy girls working in an oil field, Roumania, 1923.
Image of oil field drilling towers, Roumania, 1923.
Black and white photo of Frank Carpenter with 5 other men in an oil field, 1923. Husky Americans are the guardians of American oil interests in Roumania.
Black and white image of Group of people in Roumania skimming refuse off the surface of hot oil, 1923.
Photo of LA oil fields with drilling towers, California, 1906.
Photo of an oil field with drilling towers, Triumph Hill, 1907.
Photo of an oil field with drilling towers, Triumph Hill, 1907.
Black and white image of an erupting oil well gushing oil, 1899.
Photograph of the Seay-Carnfill Gusher, Richland, Texas, September 5th 1922.
Photo of drilling towers and Merchants Gusher, oil well field, Port Arthur, Texas, 1901.
Black and white image of drilling towers on a hillside, The Shoe & Leather Petroleum Company and the Foster Farm Oil Company, on lower Pioneer Run, Pennsylvania, 1895.
Image of Spindletop, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Texas, 1901.
Image of an oil refinery, Spindletop, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Texas, 1901.
Photograph of a train of tanks, Spindletop, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Texas, 1901.
Photo of a pumping station, Spindletop, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Texas, 1901.
Photograph of Spindletop, Beaumont, Port Arthur, and vicinity, Texas, oil industry: Tank Cars on railroad, 1901.
Black and white photo of 4 men watching a burning oil well that had burned for 4 days in 1902.
Black and white image of oil wells in the ocean, Summerland California, May 22nd 1902.
Black and white photo of a drilling tower, Humphrey's Jones', No. 1, Kosse, Texas, September 5th 1922.
Black and white image of an oil gusher near drilling towers, Port Arthur, Texas, 1901.
Black and white photo of drilling towers in an oil field in Saratoga, Texas, May 21st 1908.
Photo of a Premier Diamond Mine, South Africa, between 1890 and 1923.
Black and white photo of Adolf Hitler giving a speech, 1923.
Black and white illustration of the first oil well in 1859 and a moden oil well in 1891.
Black and white image of oil fields in Iraq, 1932.
Black and white image photograph of machinery and a drilling tower in Iraqi oil fields, 1932.
Black and white image photo of a drilling tower in Iraqi oil fields, 1932.
Black and white image of a drilling tower in Iraqi oil fields, 1932.
Black and white image of a sunrise over oil fields in Iraq, 1932.
Photograph of heavy machinery in an Iraq oil field, 1932.
Black and white photo of an oil field water tower, Iraq, 1932.
Black and white photograph of a man standing near small fires in an oil field, Iraq, 1932.
Photograph of an oil refinery in Iraq oil fields, 1932.
Black and white photo of a burning pipe line in oil fields, Iraq, 1932.
Black and white photo of an oil derrick at the south end of Dead Sea, Israel, 1953.
Sepia image of a work repairing a telegraph line, 1862 or 1863.
Sepia image of a telegraph lineman up in a pole, Kentucky, August of 1916.
Black and white photograph of a US military battery wagon, Army of the Potomac headquarters, Petersburg, Virginia, 1864. There is one man in the wagon, one man leaning against the wagon, and a ghost-like blur of a man on the left side of the image.
Black and white image of the Shemen oil works factory's seed milling department, Haifa, Israel, between 1934 and 1939.
Black and white image of oil packing department of a Jewish factory in Palestine on Plain of Sharon and along the coast to Haifa, Israel. Shemen oil works. Refinery of edible oils, 1934-1939.
Photograph of a telegraph operator printing a telegram in 1908.
Black and white illustration chart of the Morse apparatus and alphabet used for sending and receiving coded telegraph messages, with the alphabet and numbers in "Morse code." 1877.
Black and white photograph of the co inventor of the morse code, Samuel FB Morse. Please note that this image has many scratches.
Image of a telephone and telegraph foundation, trial proof before drypoint lines on lower part of plate added, 1924.
Image of students learning technicalities and engineering methods, Marconi wireless school, New York, 1912.
Black and white photograph of students at the Marconi wireless school, New York, 1912.
Black and white image of operators copying messages transmitted from ships at sea, Marconi wireless school, New York, 1912.
Black and white photo of E.C. Heasley, Jules A. Rodier and Maj. Montgomery in the telegraph room in the White House, set up to receive news of the Spanish-American War, 1898.
Historical photograph of a telegraphone, September 23rd 1907.
Black and white photo of a man seated at a printing telegraph, 1908.
Image of a boy working with a telegraph electrical apparatus, 1909.
Black and white image of Marchese Guglielmo Marconi with Alfred N. Goldsmith, a telegraph on the table between them, June 26th 1922.
Black and white photo of Thomas Alva Edison seated at telegraph key, September 17th 1920.
Black and white image of Helen Campbell, first wireless operator of National League for Women's Service, half length portrait, seated at wireless telegraph, facing left, May 8th 1917.
Black and white photo of a female telephone operator wearing earphones and a mouth piece, 1911.
Black and white image of the first locomotive, sewing machine and a telegraph instrument, International Exhibition, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1876.
Black and white image of the interior of a Jewish factory in Palestine on Plain of Sharon and along the coast to Haifa, Israel. Shemen oil works. Refinery of edible oils, 1934-1939.
Black and white photo of a diamond rocker, Arkansas.
Black and white image of cut and polished diamonds on a table with tweezers and magnification device, between 1934 and 1939.
Photo of a Diamond field, Arkansas.
Photo of a Diamond field, Arkansas.
Black and white image of a working oil pump in Tyler, Texas, March 28th 1973.
Black and white photo of Shell oil tanks, Haifa, Israel, 1934-1939.
Black and white photograph, taken between 1934 and 1939, of Shell oil tanks in Haifa, Israel.
Black and white photo of Shell oil tanks near Haifa, Israel. View framed by two olive trees. You can see a bridge over a railroad, sometime between 1934 and 1939.
July 1958: Black and white photograph of Jordanian military guards unloading and rolling barrels of oil at Jerusalem Airport in Jordan.
Black and white photograph of Henri Moissan making diamonds.
Black and white photograph of Samuel Finley Breese Morse, co-inventor of the Morse Code.
Black and white photograph of Rose Fritz, a champion typist, seated at a typewriter.
Black and white photograph of a monkey, referred to as Consul Peter, smoking on a boat. He is dressed in a suit and holding hands with a woman. Men are watching, 1909.
Black and white image of an organ grinder with his organ and a monkey standing next to him, 1892.
Black and white portrait of an organ grinder with his organ on his back and a monkey on his shoulder, 1892.
Black and white photograph of a family living underground among the catacombs, Syracuse, Sicily, September 1943. More than 2,000 refugees were housed underground during the war.
Black and white photograph of Edna B. Doughty and Louisa Grogen with show cats, Wardman Park Hotel, February 1st 1927.
Historical photograph of the new ether being used on a cat, three men, including Dr. J.H. Cotton, at a Boston hospital in 1920.
Black and white photograph of ice harvesters separating blocks of ice at Conneaut Lake, 1907.
Black and white photo of ice harvesting at Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania. The ice cakes are on the elevator being carried into the ice house, 1907.
Black and white photo of an Eskimo finishing the first layer of ice blocks as he builds an igloo, 1920s.
Black and white humorous photograph of 5 women sitting on a block of ice to cool off at a golf course, Washington DC between 1920 and 1932. The women are Dorothy Kelly, Virginia Hunter, Elaine Griggs, Hazel Brown and Mary Kaminsky.
Sepia toned image of people around a horse drawn ice wagon, Georgia, 1900.
Sepia toned Lewis Wickes Hine photograph of girls working on ice wagon, New York, New York, November 1912.
July 6th 1912: Sepia photograph of children licking a large block of ice in front of a grocery store on a hot summer day, New York.
Image of a hand-written account by Captain of the RMS CARPATHIA describing his response to the distress signal of the TITANIC on April 15th 1912.
Black and white George Grantham Bain portrait photograph of Margaret Tobin Brown (Mrs James J Molly Brown) 1867-1932 resting her arm on a chair. She survived the Titanic disaster in 1912 and became known as The Unsinkable Molly Brown.
Black and white image of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, a survivor of the Titanic tragedy on May 29th 1912, standing with Capt. Arthur Henry Roston, presenting him with the trophy cup award for his service in the rescue of the Titanic.
Black and white photograph of Harold Bride, a survivor of the Titanic tragedy. Harold was a wireless operator of the Titanic. Here you can see that his feet are bandaged and he is being carried up ramp of ship, 1912.
Photograph of Stuart Collett, a Titanic survivor, arriving at the RMS Carpathia on April 13th 1912.
Black and white photograph of the Senate Investigating Committee questioning people at the Waldorf Astoria following the Titanic tragedy, May 27th 1912.
Historical photo of the Senate Investigating Committee questioning at the Waldorf Astoria after the Titanic tragedy, May 27th 1912.
Historical black and white George Grantham Bain photograph of the RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic side by side, under construction and surrounded by scaffolding at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland, sometime between 1909 and 1911.
Black and white photograph of the iceberg that the RMS Titanic hit on April 14th 1912, causing the ship to sink the following day. This was taken from aboard the S.S. CARPATHIA on May 27th 1912, Newfoundland.
Black and white George Grantham Bain photo of the RMS Titanic on May 31st 1911. The Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg on April 14th 1912.
May 27th 1912: Black and white photograph of Titanic tragedy survivors on deck of the Carpathia.
Black and white image of 5 Titanic diaster survivors, some of them Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Harder and Mrs. Charles M. Hayes, resting on the RMS Carpathia, May 27th 1912.
Black and white photo of the stern and rudder of the RMS Titanic in dry dock, 1912.
George Grantham Bain photograph of a family of 4, 1912. These are survivors of the Titanic tragedy.
Historical black and white George Grantham Bain photograph of men viewing the rudder and propellers of the RMS Titanic, pre launch and in dry dock, May 31st 1911.
Black and white photograph of Titanic survivor Stuart Collett April 19th 1912.
Black and white image of survivors of the Titanic tragedy in life boats, on their way to RMS Carpathia on April 15th 1912.
Black and white image of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, a survivor of the Titanic tragedy on May 29th 1912.
Historical black and white George Grantham Bain photograph of the RMS Titanic under construction and surrounded by scaffolding.
Black and white photograph of two children survivors of the RMS Titanic tragedy, April 22nd 1912. While these children are referred to as Louis and Lola, this may not be confirmed.
Black and white image of a crowd of people, awaiting survivors from the Titanic disaster, April 18th 1912.
Black and white image of two children survivors of the RMS Titanic tragedy, April 22nd 1912. These children are referred to as Louis and Lola, this may not be confirmed.
Black and white historical George Grantham Bain photograph of survivors of the Titanic tragedy aboard the RMS Carpathia. This ship was able to save 706 from the disaster in 1912.
Black and white photograph of people outside the White Star Office, receiving news of the disaster of the RMS Titanic, 1912.
Image of survivors of the Titanic disaster in boats, on their way to the RMS Carpathia, 1912.
Black and white photo of a crowd awaiting the Titanic survivors, 1912.
Sepia toned panoramic photograph of the cityscape of Pompeii, Italy in 1909.
Historical photograph of the ruins and street scene of Fortuna Street, Pompeii, Italy. This was taken in the late 1800s.
Black and white photograph of Alexander Graham Bell entering the ruins of Pompeii in 1888.
Sepia photograph of Razvaliny Pompei, Italy, early 1900s.
Historic image of the House of Vetti in the ruins of Pompeii, Italy. This image was taken in the late 1800s.
Black and white photograph of a scene from the silent film "The last days of Pompeii" showing a young woman clutching flowers to her chest as she picks a rose, bas-reliefs in the background, September 8th 1913.
Black and white photo of the amphitheater at Pompeii, Italy in 1926. You can see Mt Vesuvius in the background.
Photo of the Street of the Tombs in the city of Pompeii, Italy in the late 1800s.
Black and white photo of a scene from the silent film "The last days of Pompeii" showing priests and citizens worshipping a statue.
Historical view of the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, Italy, with Mount Vesuvius in the distance. This image was taken in the late 1800s.
Historical photo of The Forum in the ruins of the Roman city of Pompeii, Italy. This was taken in the late 1800s.
Black and white photo of a man on a camel and another man on a donkey, near the Sphinx and pyramid at Khufu, Gizeh, Egypt, 1906.
Black and white photo of people with camels at the Great Sphinx, Egypt 1896.
Sepia photo of two statues and three sphinxes in the desert near the Sabou River, Egypt.
Sepia photograph of the Great Sphinx of Giza, still partially buried, between 1867 and 1899.
Image of Eskimo fish caches at the mouth of Neukluk River, Alaska, 1917.
Photograph of walrus killed on ice floes off Siberian Coast, Bering Sea, June of 1909.
Image of an Eskimo woman in fur garments, 1907.
Photograph of walruses swimming among ice floes, Bering Sea, Alaska, early 1900s.
Photograph of $1,250,000 gold bullion, Miners and Mercht's Bank, Nome, Alaska, June 10th 1906.
Image of an Eskimo's grave, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Black and white portrait of an Eskimo in fur garments, 1903.
Black and white photo of the sun rising over the Bering Sea at 2am, early 1900s.
Sepia toned panoramic photograph of cowboys and cowgirls on horseback at the Pendleton round up in 1911 with a Southern Pacific train in the background.
Photograph of Eskimo berry pickers, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Photograph of Eskimo boys on a kayak, Grantley Harbor, Teller, Alaska, early 1900s.
Photograph of the Aerial Tramway, Nome, Alaska.
Sepia image of the first day of the Pendleton Round Up, Oregon, 1911. You can see the crowded bleachers in the background.
Black and white photograph of Eskimos in front of an igloo, Alaska, early 1900s.
Image of the cityscape of Nome, Alaska blanketed with snow, early 1900s.
Full length photograph of Newarluk, an Eskimo woman, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Sepia image of the Pendleton Round Up Band on horseback, 1911.
Image of passenger and freight teams meeting the S.S. "Corwin" Roadstead, Nome, Alaska, June 1st 1914, 11 p.m. Dog teams resting in the foreground.
Sepia photo of Native American Indians on dress parade at the Pendleton Round Up, Oregon, 1911.
Image of an Eskimo child on a beach, Alaska, 1906.
Aerial photograph of Kodiak, Alaska in the early 1900s.
Photo of men panning gold, Nome, Alaska.
Photo of a group of Eskimos, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Black and white photo of cliff dwellings, Canyon de Chelly, Arizona.
Black and white photograph of a male eskimo in profile, seated and wearing fur garments, 1903.
Photograph of an eskimo smoking a pipe as he sits cross legged, early 1900s.
Black and white image of the interior of an eskimo hut with furs and other items, 1916.
Black and white photo of gold in pans on a table. This gold was all mined in one day, 1915.
Black and white image of a couple on a dog sled, early 1900s.
Photograph of Unalaska, Alaska, early 1900s. Unalaska is an island in the Fox Islands group of the Aleutian Islands.
Black and white photograph of gold miners at Anvil Creek Gold Mine, Alaska, 1916.
Photograph of eskimos at camp, Nome, Alaska, 1916.
Image of Eskimo hunters cutting up a walrus, early 1900s.
Black and white image of Mummy case, Canyon del Muerte, Arizona.
Black and white image of an Eskimo sports event, Barrow, Alaska, early 1900s.
Image of mid-winter sun and broken caisson, Nome, Alaska, January 1916.
Sepia photograph from 1911 of the Indian War Dancers at the Pendleton Round Up, Oregon.
Black and white image of moonlight on the Bering Sea, early 1900s.
Black and white photograph of an Eskimo mother with child on back, 1906.
Photograph of cliff dwellers of the North Eskimo settlement, King Island, Bering Sea, Alaska, early 1900s.
Black and white photo of a wireless station in Nome, Alaska, 1916.
Photograph of East Cape Eskimos arriving by boat, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Photo of an eskimo child in fur garments, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Photograph of an Eskimo fur dealer, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Black and white image of a woman holding a baby in an outdoor eskimo kitchen, Nome, Alaska, 1916.
Black and white cartoon of a man with empty pockets. Down to "Bedrock" at Nome, Alaska.
Black and white image of a Russian block house in the early 1900s, Alaska.
Black and white image of a reindeer herd, Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska, early 1900s.
Image of an eskimo Kayaker wearing a water-proof jacket and holding a toy kayak that he made for his son, early 1900s.
Black and white image of Adolf Hitler.
Black and white image of a man panning for gold, Nome Beach, Alaska, early 1900s.
Image of Eskimo women and storage cache, Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska
Sepia photo of spectators sitting in full bleachers at the 1911 Pendleton Round Up, Oregon.
Black and white photo of Miocene Ditch Company's mining operations on Glacier Creek, AK, August 7th 1910.
Photograph of winner first place, Col. Ramsay's entry, 3rd All Alaska Sweepstakes, John Johnson, driver, 1910.
Black and white image of an Eskimo Mother and Child, 1905.
Black and white image of a Catholic church, Nome, Alaska in the early 1900s.
Photograph of King's Island, King Island, or Ukivok, Alaska, early 1900s.
Black and white image of a seal hunter, snowshoeing through snow, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Black and white cartoon image of a giant mosquito stinging a sleeping man. The text reads "They work while you sleep at Nome, Alaska."
Photograph of Mukpi, Eskimo girl, youngest survivor of the S.S. Karluk, early 1900s.
Photograph of a government school, Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska, early 1900s.
Black and white photograph of the profile of a male Eskimo, 1916.
Sepia photograph of seven riders on horseback and a dog treking against background of canyon cliffs, Canyon de Chelly, Arizona 1904. Photo by Edward S Curtis.
Black and white photograph of seven riders on horseback and a dog treking against background of canyon cliffs, Canyon de Chelly, Arizona 1904. Photo by Edward S Curtis.
Photograph of Ralph and Helen Lomen on a dog sled, ready for a race, Nome, Alaska, March 6th 1915.
Black and white photograph of a Kings Island native, full length and standing in fur clothing. This was captured in the early 1900s.
Image of an Eskimo and man in a winter scene, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Black and white photo of walrus tusks and heads after a walrus hunt in Nome, Alaska, 1931.
Photograph of three Eskimo children, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Image of an eskimo woman in fur garments, 1915.
Image of a ceremonial dance, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Image of an eskimo in a kayak, Nome, Alaska, early 1900s.
Photograph of Front Street, Nome, Alaska, covered in snow, early 1900s.
Paul Delaroche image of Joan of Arc being interrogated by The Cardinal of Winchester in her prison (1824).
Eugene Thirion image of Joan of Arc in awe upon receiving a vision from the archangel Michael.
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres painted image of Joan of Arc at the coronation of Charles VII. Jeanne d'Arc au sacre du roi Charles VII, dans la cathedrale de Reims (1854).
Portarit of Joan of Arc (Jeanne d'Arc), created between 1450 and 1500.
Photograph of an eskimo with a captured reindeer, Alaska, early 1900s.
Photo of a real rosie, Mrs. Irma Lee McElroy, painting the American insignia on airplane wings as a civil service employee at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas, August 1942.
Black and white photo of the La Touche Copper Mine from the Frank and Frances Carpenter collection.
Sepia photograph of a landscape of dead men after a fierce assault, every man killed, looking from Russian fort, Port Arthur
Black and white photograph of French ambassador Jusserand and J.J. Broderick of the British Embassy holding bags of Douglas fir seeds at the headquarters of the American Forestry Association, Charles Lathrop Pack stands on the right, April 6th 1922. These seeds are to reforest France and Great Britian.
Sepia toned photo of Japanese and Russian soldiers at a fortified position near Port Arthur, 1905.
Sepia toned photograph of the rock struck by Moses, Mt. Sinai showing two men, one stacking rocks, one viewing the big rock, January 30th 1913.
Sepia photograph of Jerusalem from Mt Scopus, a woman riding a donkey in the foreground, March 23rd 1911.
Black and white photograph of Dr. Marie Carmichael Stopes, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, 1921. Marie was an author, palaeobotanist, campaigner for women's rights and pioneer in the field of family planning and was very invoved in learning about contraception.
Black and white photo of women seated in front of machines in a factory, making cigarettes, "El Buen Tono," Mexico City, Mexico, 1903.
This simulated natural color ASTER image in the German state of North Rhine Westphalia covers an area of 30 by 36 km, and was acquired on August 26, 2000. On the right side of the image are 3 enormous opencast coalmines. The Hambach opencast coal mine has recently been brought to full output capacity through the addition of the No. 293 giant bucket wheel excavator. This is the largest machine in the world; it is twice as long as a soccer field and as tall as a building with 30 floors. To uncover the 2.4 billion tons of brown coal (lignite) found at Hambach, five years were required to remove a 200-m-thick layer of waste sand and to redeposit it off site. The mine currently yields 30 million tons of lignite annually, with annual capacity scheduled to increase to 40 million tons in coming years.
Photo of a migratory family arriving at grower’s camp for pickers. Car bears Wyoming license, the probable state of origin of the family. Imperial Valley, California, February 1939.
Photo of a home of the FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower who moved on this land six years ago, built log house and buildings. Cut enough hay between the stumps to feed eight cows, three calves and two horses through the winter of 1938. Three hundred and fifteen dollar land-clearing loan. Priest River Peninsula, Bonner County, Idaho, October 1939.
Dorothea Lange photo of Caroline Atwater standing in the kitchen doorway of double one and a half story log house, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photograph of a resettled farm child from Taos Junction to Bosque Farms project, sitting on a bench between a fireplace and a bed, looking sad or bored, New Mexico, December 1935.
Salinas Valley, California. Large scale, commercial agriculture. This single California County (Monterey) shipped 20,096 carlots of lettuce in 1934, or forty-five percent of all carlot shipments in the United States. In the same year 73.8 percent of all United States carlot shipments were made from Monterey County, Imperial Valley, California (7,797 carlots) and Maricopa County, Arizona (4,697). Production of lettuce is largely in the hands of a comparatively small number of grower-shippers, many of whom operate in two or all three of these Counties. Labor is principally Mexican and Filipino in the fields, and white American in the packing sheds. Many workers follow the harvests from one valley to the other, since plantings are staggered to maintain a fairly even flow of lettuce to the Eastern markey throughout the year, February 1939.
Photo of farm women of the "Helping Hand" club display a pieced quilt which they are making for the benefit of one of their numbers. Near West Carlton, Yamhill County, Oregon, October 1939.
Black and white image of check row planted cotton, Touchberry Plantation, Issaquena County, Mississippi. This method, long used in corn in order to permit cross cultivation, eliminates as much as two thirds of the usual hand hoeing costs, June 1937.
Photograph of the farmer saloon and stagecoach tavern which is the temporary home of a member of the Ola self help sawmill co-op. Gem County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photo of a migratory boy in squatter camp. Has come to Yakima Valley for the third year to pick hops, Washington, Yakima Valley, August 1939.
Photo of a family gardening. Homegrown food is homegrown health. Exercise, fresh air, sunshine, as well as good things to eat, mean good health for the whole family. Many hands are making light work of this job, February 1936.
Black and white photograph of an African American man living on a cotton patch near Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 1936.
Image of a crew of two hundred colored hoers were brought to the Aldridge Plantation to hoe cotton at one dollar a day. Many of them are ex-tenant farmers. Near Leland, Mississippi, June 1937.
Photograph looking down one street in newly completed camp (FSA - Farm Security Administration). Note garbage disposal, street lights, street curbing, water tank, and manager's house at end of street. Near McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon, October 1939.
Klamath Basin potato farmer. He remembers when the first carload of potatoes left this valley in 1910. In 1934 he lost thirty-five hundred dollars on forty-eight acres of potatoes. His present acreage is eleven acres in potatoes, the rest in hay and soil-building crops. Has eleven milking cows. "I'm gonna eat." Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California, October 1939.
Photo of a farm woman, Stockton, California. Tenant Purchase applicant, December 1938.
Photo of Mr. Wardlow, drought area farmer, adjusting to a Western farm, Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photograph of a young cherry picker, near Millville, New Jersey. The cherry crop is harvested by local families, men, women, and children, June 1936.
Photo of people on U.S. 99. Near Brawley, Imperial County. Homeless family of seven, walking the highway from Phoenix, Arizona, where they picked cotton. Bound for San Diego, where the father hopes to get on the relief because he once lived there, February 1939.
Photo of a view of the Halley farm and tree stumps, Priest River Peninsula, Bonner County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photograph of Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Image of two of the seven Browning children in doorway of their Oregon home, Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photograph of a man harvesting pears, Pleasant Hill Orchards, Washington, Yakima Valley, August 1939.
Photo of an African American Tenant farmer, Chatham County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Image of dispossessed Arkansas farmers. These people are resettling themselves on the dump outside of Bakersfield, California, 1935.
Photograph of Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of an interior of eastern Oregon one-room county school. Seven pupils enrolled. 8:45 a.m. Between Pleasant Valley and Durkee, Baker County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photograph of a Negro sharecropper house. "They treat us better here than where we did live. No privy in sight, had to get water from the spring, so far away that the man was gone twenty minute getting a bucket of water." Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of laundry facilities at Westley camp for migratory labor, San Joaquin Valley, California, February 1939.
Photograph of a man riding a tractor, Aldridge Plantation, Mississippi, June 1937.
Ex-Nebraska farmer and the piece of land which he hopes to clear, Bonner County, Idaho, October 1939.
At Minna Street the army forms a semi-circle and sings to attract a crowd. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California, April 1939. Photo by Dorothea Lange.
Photograph of Howard Street in San Francisco, known as "Skid Row," the district of the unemployed, February 1937.
Dorothea Lange photo of a street meeting, San Francisco, California, August 1936.
Image of a man. He came from an Oklahoma farm in April, 1938. Became a migratory farm worker in California, joined the United Agricultural Packing and Allied Workers of America (Congress of Industrial Organization-CIO) at the beginning of the cotton strike of October, 1938 and became the leader of the "Flying Squadron" which attempted to picket the large fields of corporation farms by automobile caravans. He drove the first car. Kern County, California, November 1938.
Photo of migrants from Delaware picking berries in southern New Jersey, June 1936.
Photograph of migratory children living in "Rambler's Park." They have lived on the road for three years. Nine children in the family. Yakima Valley, Washington, August 1939.
Photograph of the wife of Texas tenant farmer, standing in a field, leaning on a hoe, May 1937.
Photo of a father crippled with rheumatism. When well, he works in a chair making factory, Orange County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Black and white photograph of two children, one African American, one Caucasian, holding a melon, Hill House, Mississippi, July 1936.
Image of a county road between potato fields, Kern County, California, February 1939.
Image of the exterior of Soper house, just finished painting. For a long time only one side was painted. Willow Creek area, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of a billboard on U.S. Highway 99 in California. National advertising campaign sponsored by National Association of Manufacturers, March 1937.
Photo of a child working in the bean harvest, as in the Oregon hop harvest, August 1939.
Image of a soper grandmother, who lives with family. FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower. Willow Creek area. Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of cossroads off the highway in cut-over area, Boundary County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photograph of an African American woman holding an umbrella, July 1937.
Photo of the Western Pacific line running through unclaimed desert of northern Oregon. Ten miles from railroad station at Irrigon. Morrow County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of the sign of a service station, U.S. 99. Hop pickers are wanted for four big growers of the area three weeks before opening season. They also advertise in newspapers including San Francisco newspapers, 450 miles away. Josephine County, Oregon, August 1939.
Photo of a wife and baby of president of Ola self-help sawmill co-op in doorway of their home. Gem County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photograph of a migrant woman from Arkansas living in contractor's camp near Westley, California. She would prefer to live in a government camp, but the contractor system prevents, because of control over allocations of work, April 1939.
Photograph of the entrance to Amalgamated Sugar Company factory at opening of second beet season, Nyssa, Oregon, October 1939. The sign reads "No Visitors. Applications Closed. All Openings Filled."
Image of a hitchhiking family waiting along the highway in Macon, Georgia. The father repairs sewing machines, lawn mowers, etc. He is leaving Macon, where a license is required for such work (twenty-five dollars) and heading back for Alabama, July 1937.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of a tractor driver, Aldridge Plantation, Mississippi, June 1937.
Black and white image of peach pickers. They earn seventy-five cents a day in the orchards. Muscella, Georgia, July 1936.
Photograph of Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Image of a migrant agricultural worker's family. Mother aged thirty-two, holding a baby while another child leans on her shoulder, Nipomo, California, March 1935. The mother is Florence Owens Thompson, born Florence Leona Christie.
Photo of a corner of kitchen, home of tobacco sharecropper, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of children of Mexican cotton laborers, Casa Grande, Arizona, May 1937.
Photograph of Washington, Yakima, the famed stockade, the building behind stockade is the courthouse, August 1939.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photo of migrants walking towards Los Angeles, California, as they pass a billboard showing a man reclining in a chair and reading "Next time, try the train. Relax. Southern Pacific." This image was taken March 1937.
Photograph of the sons of Negro tenant farmer go off visiting on Saturday afternoon, Granville County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of one of the forty potato camps in open field, entering town, Malin, Klamath County, Oregon, September 1939.
Image of a house being moved through the main street of town, deposited over Sunday on intersection of U.S. 99, quiet, rainy afternoon, Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of colored boys playing on top of Coca Cola stand, Little Rock, Arkansas, June 1938.
Dorothea Lange photograph of migrants from Delaware picking berries in southern New Jersey, June 1936.
Image of men walking towards Los Angeles, about to pass a billboard sign that reads "Next time, try the train, relax. Southern Pacific." March 1937.
Image of an African American tobacco sharecropper child playing with a burlap covered playhouse, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photograph of Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of a man on a ladder, harvesting pears, Washington, Yakima Valley, August 1939.
Photo of a man planting corn in the community garden which supplies fresh vegetables to twenty-eight families, Delta cooperative farms, Hillhouse, Mississippi, June 1937.
Black and white image of Mr. Whitfield, tobacco sharecropper, with baby on front porch, North Carolina, Person County, July 1939.
Mrs. Hull, in one room basement dugout home, late afternoon. Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of the grandson of Negro tenant whose father is in the penitentiary, Granville County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photograph of a Mexican grandmother of migrant family picking tomatoes in commercial field, Santa Clara County, California, November 1938.
Photograph of an abandoned church in cut-over area, Boundary County, Idaho, October 1939.
Black and white photo of an African American woman holding an umbrella, Louisiana, July 1937.
Photograph of a woman sitting in a car. During the cotton strike, the father, a striking picker, has left his wife and child in the car while he applies to the Farm Security Administration for an emergency food grant, Shafter, California, November 1938.
Tracy (vicinity), California. Missouri family of five who are seven months from the drought area on U.S. Highway 99. "Broke, baby sick, and car trouble!" February 1937.
Photograph of a split log fence along U.S. 62, North central Arkansas, August 1938.
Photo of migrant potato pickers pitching their tent. Often they are without water and sanitary conditions. Near Shafter, California, May 1937.
Sepia toned image of a migrant agricultural worker, near Holtville, California, February 1937.
Sepia toned photo of a freckled faced twelve year old son of a cotton sharecropper near Cleveland, Mississippi, June 1937.
Photograph of a woman wearing a bonnet.
Image of women singing hymns before opening of meeting of Mothers' Club at Arvin Farm Security Administration (FSA) camp for migrants, California, November 1938.
Photograph of a plantation owner, Mississippi Delta, near Clarksdale, Mississippi, June 1936.
Black and white photo of a migrant agricultural worker's family. Mother aged thirty-two, holding a baby while another child leans on her shoulder, Nipomo, California, March 1935. The mother is Florence Owens Thompson, born Florence Leona Christie.
Photo of a migrant agricultural worker's family in a tent shelter. Mother aged thirty-two, holding a baby while two other children lean on her shoulder, Nipomo, California, March 1935. The mother is Florence Owens Thompson, born Florence Leona Christie.
Image of a general view of a hillside farm which faces the road showing owner's house, outbuildings, and tobacco field showing erosion. The Negro sharecropper farm is on the other side of this same hill. Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of drought farmers line the shady side of the main street on the town while their crops burn up in the fields. "Hello Bill, when's it gonna rain?" August 1936.
Photo of idle pea pickers discuss prospects for work, California, Calipatria, Imperial Valley, February 1939.
Photograph of girls of Lincoln Bench School studying their reading lesson, near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Dorothea Lange photograph of the Arnold children and mother on their newly fenced and newly cleared land with strawberry plant, Western Washington, Thurston County, Michigan Hill, August 1939.
Image of a dust storm in a field near Mills, New Mexico, May 1935.
Photo of weeds crowding the barn door, abandoned in Columbian Basin, Washington, Grant County, one mile east of Quincy, August 1939.
Photograph of tobacco sharecroppers and family at back of their house. Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of all of the members of the congregation, Friends church (Quaker), Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of a political problem before the voters of San Francisco, California, March 1937.
Image of a hitchhiking family waiting along the highway in Macon, Georgia. The father repairs sewing machines, lawn mowers, etc. He is leaving Macon, where a license is required for such work (twenty-five dollars) and heading back for Alabama, July 1937.
Image of mailboxes on the rolling lands used for grazing near Mills, New Mexico, December 1935.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of the entrance to Lincoln Bench School, near Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of bundles against cattle corrals by the railroad track, Washington, Yakima Valley, near Toppenish, August 1939.
Photo of ditch bank housing for Mexican field workers, Imperial Valley, California, March 1937.
Photo of a grocery window with sacks of flour, the Golden Rule Store in Mebane, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of a churchyard on annual cleaning up day, Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Sepia toned photograph of a migrant agricultural worker’s family. Mother aged thirty-two, holding a baby while two other children lean on her shoulder, Nipomo, California, March 1935. The mother is Florence Owens Thompson, born Florence Leona Christie. This image is known as "Migrant Mother" photographed by Dorothea Lange.
Black and white photo of Dorothea Lange’s famous Migrant Mother shot of a woman (Florence Owens Thompson) with her 3 children during the Great Depression, 1935.
Photograph of a migrant agricultural worker's family. Mother aged thirty-two, holding a baby while another child leans on her shoulder, Nipomo, California, March 1935. The mother is Florence Owens Thompson, born Florence Leona Christie.
Photograph of a woman carrying a child on U.S. 99. Near Brawley, Imperial County. Homeless mother and youngest child of seven walking the highway from Phoenix, Arizona where they picked cotton. Bound for San Diego, where the father hopes to get on relief "because he once lived there." February 1939.
Photo of a plantation owner, Mississippi Delta, near Clarksdale, Mississippi, June 1936.
Zollie Lyon, Negro sharecropper, home from the field for dinner at noontime, with his wife and part of his family. Note dog run. Wake County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of housing of migrant berry pickers in southern New Jersey, June 1936.
Dorothea Lange photograph of a father and son having cleared thirty acres of raw stump land in three years, Boundary County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photo of people outside the Farm Security Administration (FSA) grant office during the pea harvest. Calipatria, California. During spring of 1938 for the first time, the labor surplus had grown so large that relief grants were necessary even during the peak of harvest. Colored migrants are becoming more numerous this year, February 1939.
Photograph of a man and child standing with American Flags, Salvation Army, San Francisco, California, April 1939.
Photograph of farming tools. These farm implements should never have been used for they destroyed a naturally rich grazing area. Mills, New Mexico, May 1935.
Hop picker with her children goes from paymaster's window to company-owned store adjoining. She had earned forty two cents that morning, spent it for one pound bologna sausage, one package "Sensation" cigarettes, one "mother's cake." Oregon, Josephine County, near Grants Pass, August 1939.
Photo of onions in sacks, drying. Those on ground are culls. 1000 acres of onions are grown, 700 to 800 cars are shipped annually from Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photograph of a sugar beet factory (Amalgamated Sugar Company) along Snake River. Nyssa, Malheur County, Oregon, a one factory town, October 1939.
Photograph of Yakima Valley small town. A county which ranks fifth in the United States in value of agricultural production. Washington, Buena, Yakima County, August 1939.
Photo of drinking water in a barrel. The Hull family haul their drinking water, and when the irrigation water is shut off (about October 15th) they will have to haul water for the stock. Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photograph of the feet of an African American cotton hoer, near Clarksdale, Mississippi, June 1937.
Black and white photograph of a woman picking a pineapple as a man watches, Center Market, Washington DC, June or July 1936.
Photo of the son of a tenant farmer hanging up strung tobacco inside the barn, Shoofly, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of a Negro tenant farmer reading paper under a tree on a hot Saturday afternoon. There is a vegetable garden across footpath. Chatham County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photograph of a father of landless sharecropper family, Macon County, Georgia, July 1937.
Photograph of pea pickers at work in a field near Calipatria, California, February 1939.
Photograph of tilled rows in a field. Power farming displaces tenants from the land in the western dry cotton area, Childress County, Texas Panhandle, June 1938.
Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Wardlow at entrance to their dugout basement home. Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Migratory boy, aged eleven, and his grandmother work side by side picking hops on a 105 degree day, Oregon, Polk County, near Independence, August 1939.
Photo of a young sharecropper and his first child, Hillside Farm, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Dorothea Lange photo of services are over, Wheeley's Church, Gordonton, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Country store on dirt road. Sunday afternoon. Note the kerosene pump on the right and the gasoline pump on the left. Rough, unfinished timber posts have been used as supports for porch roof. Negro men are sitting on the porch. Brother of store owner stands in doorway. Gordonton, North Carolina, July 1939.
Brawley, Imperial Valley. In Farm Security Administration (FSA) migratory labor camp. Family of mother, father and eleven children, originally from near Mangrum, Oklahoma, where he had been tenant farmer. Came to California in 1936 after the drought. Since then has been traveling from crop to crop in California, following the harvest. Six of the eleven children attend school wherever the family stops long enough. Five older children work along with the father and mother. February 23, two of the family have been lucky and "got a place" (a day's work) in the peas on the Sinclair ranch. Father had earned about one dollar and seventy-three cents for ten-hour day. Oldest daughter had earned one dollar and twenty-five cents. Form these earnings had to provide their transportation to the fields twenty miles away. Mother wants to return to Oklahoma, father unwilling. She says, "I want to go back to where we can live happy, live decent, and grow what we eat." He says, "We can't go the way I am now. We've got nothing in the world to farm with. I made my mistake when I came out here." Dorothea Lange photo, February 1939.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of a log home on a farm established six years ago, with 3 cats sitting by the door, Priest River Peninsula, Bonner County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photograph of Wheeley's Church and grounds, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
In Memphis, Tennessee hundreds of colored laborers congregated near the bridge every morning at daylight in hopes of work chopping cotton on a plantation. They are hauled to and from work on trucks. Reduced cotton acreage has made employment scarce for this class of seasonal labor in all towns. "You can't live the commonest way on six bits a day. Not alone nor no way. A man like me can't get no foothold. It's a mighty tough old go. The people here in the morning are hungry, raggedy, but they don't make no hungry march." Photo by Dorothea Lange, June 1938.
Photo of a daughter of migrant Tennessee coal miner. Living in American River camp near Sacramento, California, November 1936.
Photo of large scale agriculture. Gang labor, Mexican and white, from the Southwest. Pull, clean, tie and crate carrots for the eastern market for eleven cents per crate of forty-eight bunches. Many can make barely one dollar a day. Heavy oversupply of labor and competition for jobs is keen, February 1939.
Photograph of noon time chores of Negro tenant farmer: feeding the pigs. Granville County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Dorothea Lange photograph of detail of an old railroad station, small farming town, population 108, Irrigon, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of the son of sharecropper family at work in the cotton near Chesnee, South Carolina, June 1937.
Image of an African American family from near Houston, Texas. Been in California for two years. Husband came first, later sent for wife and two children, who traveled by bus (on licensed car, fare six dollars, traveling night and day). Husband now on Works Progress Administration (WPA), February 1939.
Photograph of a Dust Bowl farm. Coldwater District, north of Dalhart, Texas. This house is occupied; most of the houses in this district have been abandoned, June 1938.
Photo of a ten year old son of tobacco sharecropper can do a "hand's work" at tobacco harvest time, Granville County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photograph of a sharecropper's cabin with cotton and corn growing in the foreground, near Jackson, Mississippi, June 1937.
Photograph of Japanese agricultural workers packing broccoli near Guadalupe, California, March 1937.
Gas station price analysis, Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 1938.
Photograph of African American cotton sharecroppers, Greene County, Georgia, June 1937.
Just arrived from Kansas, on highway going to potato harvest, near Merrill, Klamath County, Oregon, September 1939. Photograph by Dorothea Lange showing two caucasian boys looking out of the back of a wagon.
Photograph of the entrance to Amalgamated Sugar Company factory at opening of second beet season, Nyssa, Oregon, October 1939. The sign reads "No Visitors. Applications Closed. All Openings Filled."
Photograph of a street scene of shopping and visiting on main street of Pittsboro, North Carolina on a Saturday afternoon, July 1939.
Homegrown food is homegrown wealth. The foresighted farmer makes a garden plan showing what to plant, when to plant, and when to make second plantings. The plan shows how to cultivate and keep the garden free of weeds, and what poison spray to use to kill the insects that might eat up the vegetables. A garden is meant to feed the family, not the bugs and worms. Photo by Dorothea Lange
Photo of a young mother with her children outside their trailor. At twenty five, she says "Next year we'll be painted and have a lawn and flowers." Rural shacktown, near Klamath Falls, Oregon, September 1939.
Photograph of a Japanese mother and daughter, agricultural workers near Guadalupe, California, March 1937.
Black and white photograph of a tobacco flower, Shoofly, Granville County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of a colored sharecropper and his children about to leave home through the pine woods after their morning work at the tobacco farm stringing and putting up tobacco, Shoofly, Granville County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of the son of Negro sharecropper "worming" tobacco, Wake County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of a cabin of sugarcane worker, Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana, July 1937.
Photograph of Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Image of an old time professional migratory laborer camping on the outskirts of Perryton, Texas at opening of wheat harvest. With his wife and growing family, he has been on the road since marriage, thirteen years ago. Migrations include ranch land in Texas, cotton and wheat in Texas, cotton and timber in New Mexico, peas and potatoes in Idaho, wheat in Colorado, hops and apples in Yakima Valley, Washington, cotton in Arizona. He wants to buy a little place in Idaho. June 1938.
Napa Valley, California. More than twenty-five years a bindle-stiff. Walks from the mines to the lumber camps to the farms. The type that formed the backbone of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in California before the war. Subject of Carleton Parker's "Studies on IWW" December 1938.
Photo of men looking in a store window, "Skid Row," Howard Street, San Francisco, California, The hock shop, February 1937.
Photograph of a man standing in a dust storm. It was conditions of this sort which forced many farmers to abandon the area. Spring 1935. New Mexico, April 1935.
Sepia toned photograph of a migrant oil worker near Odessa, Texas, May 1937.
Photograph of a son of depression refugee from Oklahoma now in California, sitting next to a car in which their family lives, November 1936.
Image of drought refugees from Abilene, Texas, following the crops of California as migratory workers. "The finest people in this world live in Texas but I just can't seem to accomplish nothin' there. Two year drought, then a crop, then two years drought and so on. I got two brothers still trying to make it back there and there they're sitting," said the father, August 1936.
Photograph of Roza Irrigation Canal, Washington, Yakima County. Sides concrete, lined by machine. The project, completed in 1945, opened 72,000 acres to cultivation in East Yakima and West Benton Counties, August 1939.
Photo of Texans earning their way westward, bound for a new start in Oregon, United States No. 99, California, March 1935.
Photograph of a vehicle in which a family lived in, November, 1936. To serve the crops of California, thousands of families live on wheels, near Bakersfield, California.
Dorothea Lange photograph of a date picker's home with children standing in a doorway, Coachella Valley, California, March 1935.
Photograph of Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of a man on a horse with his child. The Fairbanks family has moved to three different places on the project in one year. Willow Creek area, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Dorothea Lange photograph of Mrs. Sam Cates, wife of Cow Hollow farmer, leaning next to animal skulls and a rifle, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of a Sick migrant child, lying on the ground, Washington, Yakima Valley, Toppenish, August 1939.
Photo of Mexican children playing in ditch which runs through company cotton camp near Corcoran, California, November 1936.
Photo of a Malone Company house in abandoned mill village now occupied by Work Projects Administration (WPA) worker, Washington, western, Thurston County, August 1939. There are two children standing in the front gate.
On U.S. 99 between Bakersfield and the Ridge, en route to San Diego. Migrant man shaving by roadside, February 1939.
Black and white photo of a Mexican migrant woman harvesting tomatoes, Santa Clara Valley, California, November 1938.
Photograph of the interior of Evenson new one-room cabin. Mrs. Evenson brought the plants with her from Montana. Priest River Valley, Bonner County, Idaho, October 1939. Some of the plants are begonias.
Photo of a baby from Mississippi parked in truck at FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp, Merrill, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of a boy at a Delta cooperative farm, Hillhouse, Mississippi. Clarence Weems, a young co-operator on the farm. He remembers the evictions in Arkansas, for his father was beaten and disappeared, June 1937.
Photo of a grandmother in a contractor's camp, Stanislaus County, California. "Been in California fourteen months from Oklahoma. The main thing is to get our families located and quieted down. Ain't no use to send them back; it's a waste of money. They won't stay." April 1939.
Photo of a migratory field worker picking cotton in San Joaquin Valley, California. These pickers are paid seventy-five cents per hundred pounds of picked cotton. Strikers organizing under CIO union (Congress of Industrial Organizations) are demanding one dollar. A good male picker, in good cotton, under favorable weather conditions, can pick about two hundred pounds in a day's work, November 1938.
Photograph of "Skid Row," Howard Street, San Francisco, California, February 1937. There is a man leaning against a building.
Photo of a Negro sharecropper and wife, Mississippi. They have no tools, stock, equipment, or garden, 1937.
Photo of Alabama tenant farmer and children. Family labor in cotton, near Anniston, Alabama, June 1936.
People traveling by horse and wagon, Southeast Missouri, August 1938.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photo of a roadside store between Tulare and Fresno on U.S. 99. A large variety and great number of service stations face highway, May 1939.
Photo of a family walking on highway, five children. Started from Idabel, Oklahoma. Bound for Krebs, Oklahoma. Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. In 1936 the father farmed on thirds and fourths at Eagleton, McCurtain County, Oklahoma. Was taken sick with pneumonia and lost farm. Unable to get work on Work Prjects Administration and refused county relief in county of fifteen years residence because of temporary residence in another county after his illness, June 1938.
Photo of another corner of Soper kitchen, Willow Creek area, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photograph of workers with a tractor at Hillhouse, Mississippi Delta cooperative farm, June 1937.
Photo of a member of the Hightstown farm group says: "Who says Jews can't farm?" Hightstown, New Jersey, June 1936.
Dorothea Lange photograph of a horse drawn mail wagon, Marshall, Texas, June 1937.
Photo of a farmer from Nebraska and his new white barn on the Yamhill farms (FSA - Farm Security Administration) project, Yamhill County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of a farm family in the cut-over land, Priest River Valley, Bonner County, Idaho. The Halley family, FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrowers. October 1939.
Dorothea Lange image of a male cotton picker, Southern San Joaquin Valley, California, November 1936.
Photo of the camp nurse introducing the doctor to mother of a sick baby, Merrill, Klamath County, Oregon, FSA camp unit, October 1939.
Photo of a migrant worker on California highway, 1935.
Image of detail of an old railroad station, small farming town, population 108, Irrigon, Oregon, October 1939.
Image of men walking towards Los Angeles, about to pass a billboard sign that reads "Next time, try the train, relax. Southern Pacific." March 1937.
Image of an old Negro. He hoes, picks cotton and is full of good humor. Aldridge Plantation, Mississippi, June 1937.
Image of a mother and two children, husband, his brother and brother's wife shown. Near Klamath Falls, Oregon. Rural shack community on outskirts of town, September 1939.
Photograph of a sharecropper's cabin and sharecropper's wife, 10 miles south of Jackson, Mississippi, June 1937.
Photograph of a car, the only home of a depression-routed family of nine from Iowa, August 1936.
Photo of children seated in the doorway of the house trailer. The oldest child cares for the family. Yakima Valley, Washington, August 1939.
Photo of a paymaster on edge of pea fields pays a quarter for every hamper of thirty pounds brought to the scale, near Calipatria, Imperial Valley, California, February 1939.
Part of an impoverished family of nine on a New Mexico highway. Depression refugees from Iowa. Left Iowa in 1932 because of father's ill health. Father an auto mechanic laborer, painter by trade, tubercular. Family has been on relief in Arizona but refused entry on relief roles in Iowa to which state they wish to return. Nine children including a sick four-month-old baby. No money at all. About to sell their belongings and trailer for money to buy food. "We don't want to go where we'll be a nuisance to anybody." Dorothea Lange photograph, August 1936.
Photo of Washington, Yakima shacktown, (Sumac Park) is one of several large shacktown communities around Yakima, August 1939.
Image of rural electrification power poles in Pulaski County, Arkansas, June 1938.
Image of a family stalled on the desert, facing a future in California, no money, ten children, from Chickasaw, Oklahoma, Southern California, March 1937.
Image of a family, one month from South Dakota, now on the road in California, Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California, September 1939.
Black and white photo of people harvesting pears at Pleasant Hill Orchards, Washington, Yakima Valley, August 1939. There are boxes full of pears in the foreground.
Photograph of a type barn, characteristic of Idaho, on farm of older settler, Boundary County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photo of the Western Pacific line running through unclaimed desert of northern Oregon. Ten miles from railroad station at Irrigon, Morrow County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of hand irrigation on small rented subsistence farm. Family have been on place for one year. Western Washington, Grays Harbor County, northeast of Elma, August 1939.
Image of a farm for sale, Boundary County, Idaho. This soil is sandy and the effort of clearing has been wasted. This farm has been occupied by four families since 1936, all failed, October 1939.
Photo burrowing against the wind to check the drift of sand. Dust Bowl, north of Dalhart, Texas, June 1938.
Black and white photo: Large-scale agricultural gang labor, Mexicans and whites from the Southwest pull, clean, tie and crate carrots for the eastern market for eleven cents per crate of forty-eight bunches. Many can make barely one dollar a day. Heavy oversupply of labor and competition for jobs is keen. Near Meloland, Imperial Valley.
Dorothea Lange photo of Filipinos cutting lettuce in a crop, Salinas, California, June 1935.
Image of two pear pickers on ladders, Pleasant Hill Orchard, Washington, Yakima Valley, August 1939.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of an Indiana farmer watching his workers in his field as he leans on his fence, August 1936.
Image of berry pickers, Southern New Jersey. These pickers are Negroes brought in by truck from Delaware. June 1936.
Photograph of the land which the Arnold family has cleared and planted in strawberries, fence which they have built, uncleared land adjoining. Western Washington, Thurston County, Michigan Hill, August 1939.
Dorothea Lange photo of drought refugees from Oklahoma looking for work in the pea fields of California, near San Jose Mission, March 1935.
Photo of a new farm in Cow Hollow, Malheur County, Oregon. There is a basement dugout house and excavation for new house in foreground, October 1939.
U.S. 99, Kern County, California. Migrants travel seasonally back and forth between Imperial and San Joaquin Valleys over this ridge. February 1939.
Photograph of cabins. Same as 19051, rent eight dollars per month, California, Near Bakersfield, March 1939.
Photograph of the Dazey farm and home, Homedale district, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Black and white photo of people living in miserable poverty, Elm Grove, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, August 1936.
Dorothea Lange photo of a wife of a tobacco sharecropper in kitchen of home, child in the doorway behind her, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Image of the tobacco barn, a distinctive American architectural form. There is tobacco growing in field behind the barn. Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
"Power of the Lord" preaching by a "soldier" saved twelve years before, and with army ever since, Salvation Army, San Francisco, California, April 1939.
Photograph of the Delta landscape dotted with cotton cabins for sharecroppers, Washington County, Mississippi, June 1937.
Photograph of a farmer from Independence, Kansas, on the road at cotton chopping time. He and his family have been in California for six months. Between Tulare and Fresno on U.S. 99, May 1939. There is a matress strapped to the top of his vehicle.
Photo of living conditions for migrant potato pickers, Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California, August 1939.
Photo of a migratory laborer's wife leaning in a doorway, near Childress, Texas, June 1938.
Photograph of a woman using the washing facilities on a Greene County, Georgia, tenant farm, July 1937.
Photo of supper time in Farm Security Administration (FSA) migratory emergency camp for workers in the pea fields, Calipatria, California, February 1939.
Photograph of a family living in tent while building the house around them. Near Klamath Falls, Klamath county, Oregon, August 1939.
Image of the interior of farmer's two-room log home. FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower. They have their alfalfa seed stored in corner waiting for a better price. Boundary County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photo of part of the daily lineup outside the State Employment Service Office. Memphis, Tennessee, June 1938.
Photograph of an unemployed lumber worker and his wife. His social security number is tattooed on his arm, Oregon, August 1939.
Photograph of cotton hoers near Clarksdale, Mississippi, 1937.
Photo of an Ex-Nebraska farmer now developing farm out of the stumps, Bonner County, Idaho, October 1939.
Black and white photo of a family living in shacktown community, mostly from Kansas and Missouri. This family has five children, oldest in third grade. Rent seven dollars per month, no plumbing. Husband working on Work Projects Administration wages, forty four dollars, August 1939.
Photograph of the house trailer and the youngest little girl, Washington, Yakima Valley, Toppenish, August 1939.
Dorothea Lange photo of a family peeking out of a tent at a Farm Security Administration (FSA) migratory labor camp, Brawley, Imperial Valley, California, February 1939.
Photo of Mrs. Soper with youngest child at the well, Willow creek area, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Image of children playing in large private bean pickers camp. Pickers came from many states, from Oklahoma to North Dakota. Oregon, Marion County, near West Stayton, August 1939.
Image of produce at Center Market, Washington DC, June or July of 1936.
Image of a girl holding a baby, migrant potato pickers, Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California, September 1939.
Photo of a sign on road off main highway, leading to Roque River. Hop farms picker: "But they don't say what they pay. Josephine County, near Grants Pass, Oregon, August 1939.
Photo of a woman standing by laundry and holding a pail, Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California, September 1939.
Image of a family between Dallas and Austin, Texas. The people have left their home and connections in South Texas, and hope to reach the Arkansas Delta for work in the cotton fields. Penniless people. No food and three gallons of gas in the tank. The father is trying to repair a tire. Three children. Father says, "It's tough but life's tough anyway you take it" August 1936.
Image of migratory Mexican field worker's home on the edge of a frozen pea field. Imperial Valley, California, March 1937.
Photo of a child of former tenant farmer, now a day laborer, Ellis County, Texas, June 1937.
Photo of a Farm Security Administration camp for migrant agricultural workers. This is the nursery school, showing migrant children playing with a ball, Tulare County, California, May 1939.
Photo of a North Carolina farm boy in doorway of tobacco barn, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photograph of Drought refguees from Oklahoma camping by the roadside. They hope to work in the cotton fields. The official at the border (California-Arizona) inspection service said that on this day, August 17, 1936, twenty-three car loads and truck loads of migrant families out of the drought counties of Oklahoma and Arkansas had passed throught that station entering California up to 3 o'clock in the afternoon, August 1936.
Photo of Mrs. Wardlow after church services, Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Image of a truck, Merrill, Klamath County, Oregon, in FSA camp, October 1939.
Dorothea Lange photograph of 6 former Texas tenant farmers displaced by power farming, May 1937.
Photograph of one of a Mexican field gang of migratory laborers thinning and weeding cantaloupe plants. The young plants are "capped" with wax paper spread over a wire wicket to protect against cold and accelerate growth. The laborers' wages are thirty cents an hour. Imperial Valley, California, March 1937.
Photo of an abandoned farm, Coldwater District, north of Dalhart, Texas, June 1938.
Image of a portrait of Chris Adolf, Rural rehabilitation client (Farm Security Administration), Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato, August 1939.
Photo of a thirteen-year old African American sharecropper boy near Americus, Georgia, July 1937.
Photograph of a farm boy with sack full of boll weevils which he has picked off of cotton plants, Macon County, Georgia, July 1937.
Photo of three of the four Arnold children. The oldest boy earned the money to buy his bicycle. Western Washington, Thurston County, Michigan Hill, August 1939.
Photo of the threshing of oats, Clayton, Indiana, south of Indianapolis, July 1936.
Photograph of a cotton sharecropper family, Macon County, Georgia, July 1937.
This pumping plant for irrigation is powered by a natural gas engine which operates on cost of about 1/2 the cost of electricity, Tulare County, California. Butane (natural gas in tanks) as a source of power on small farms is being developed by the Farm Security Administration Rural Rehabilitation Program in Tulare, Kern, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties, California. Photo by Dorothea Lange, November 1938.
Photograph of a man and woman traveling in a car. Once a Missouri farmer, now a migratory farm laborer on the Pacific Coast, California, February 1936.
Photo of a family in a Farm Security Administration (FSA) migratory labor camp. Family father, mother and eleven children originally from Mangrum, Oklahoma. Brawley, Imperial Valley, February 1939.
Image of barns of the old Mineral King Ranch seen across alfalfa field. New buildings suited to cooperative farming will soon be erected here. Tulare County, California, November 1938.
Image of refugee families encamped near Holtville, California, March 1937.
Photograph of an abandoned farm, Coldwater District, north of Dalhart, Texas, June 1938.
Image of rows furrowing against the wind to check the drift of sand, Dust Bowl, north of Dalhart, Texas, June 1938.
Photograph of children of Oklahoma drought refugees on highway near Bakersfield, California. Family of six; no shelter, no food, no money and almost no gasoline. The child has bone tuberculosis. June 1935.
Image of Mexicans entering the United States. United States immigration station, El Paso, Texas, June 1938.
Black and white photo: After bulldozer has taken out and piled the heavy stumps, the family gathers the debris, roots and chunks from the field to the stump pile for burning. Negative made in rain. Western Washington, Thurston County, Michigan Hill, August 1939.
Black and white photograph of a migrant oil worker near Odessa, Texas, May 1937.
Photo of cars on U.S. 99. in Kern County on the Tehachapi Ridge. Migrants travel seasonally back and forth between Imperial Valley and the San Joaquin Valley over this ridge, February 1939.
Photo of men threshing, midsummer noon, five miles west of Malin, Klamath County, Oregon, August 1939.
Dorothea Lange photo of Negroes under the National Youth Administration, sitting on a porch, Live Oak, Florida, July 1936.
Photograph of the interior of Evenson new one-room cabin. Mrs. Evenson brought the plants with her from Montana. Priest River Valley, Bonner County, Idaho, October 1939. Some of the plants are begonias.
Photo of drinking water for the whole town, also for the migrant camp across the road. Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California, September 1939.
Photograph of the Fourth of July, 1934 near Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Rural filling stations become community centers and general loafing grounds. The men in the baseball suits are on a local team which will play a game nearby. They are called the Cedargrove Team.
Image of the interior of farmer's two-room log home. FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower. They have their alfalfa seed stored in corner waiting for a better price. Boundary County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photo of a gathering of congregation after church services, Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Photo of a tent interior in a labor contractor's camp, showing household equipment, near Westley, California, April 1939.
Photo of a sign on old bank building which now houses office of Bureau of Reclamation, Nyssa, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photo of a group of people gathered around a table, watching a ball game, Shafter camp for migrants, California, June 1938.
Photo of a bulldozer contractor's car, Western Washington, Lewis County, near Vader, August 1939.
Photo of U.S. No. 54, north of El Paso, Texas. One of the westward routes of the migrants, June 1938.
Photograph of an auto camp between Tulare and Fresno on U.S. 99. Many auto camps of all kinds are strewn along this highway, May 1939.
Photograph of Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Image of the congregation entering church, Wheeley's Church, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of a female cotton picker wearing an apron and standing next to a cotton field, Southern San Joaquin Valley, California, November 1936.
Black and white photograph taken by Dorothea Lange of Mississippi Delta African American children, July 1936.
Photograph of a Migrant child in Shafter camp, showing a big smile, with missing teeth, California, November, 1938.
Black and white photo of an Oklahoma potato picker's family encamped on the flats near Shafter, California, 1935.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photo of peach pickers taking a break, Muscella, Georgia, July 1936.
Dorothea Lange photo of a female cotton hoer at lunch break, drinking a bottle of soda, June 1937.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photo of two male refugee children, resting their faces on their hands, looking bored. These are migrants of the Oklahoma Drought, November 1936.
Photograph of Mr. Roberts, FSA borrower, Owyhee project, Malheur County, Oregon, October 1939.
Photograph of Negro women sitting in chairs on a porch, one woman holding her baby while her hair is getting done, Earle, Arkansas, July 1936.
Photograph of a couple digging their sweet potatoes in the fall, Irrigon, Morrow County, Oregon, October 1939. There is a dog in the background.
Black and white photograph by Dorothea Lange, showing a man riding a tractor, cultivating a potato field, California, February 1939.
Black and white image of a man holding a tool, Hoe culture, Alabama tenant farmer near Anniston, June 1936.
Photograph of a female African American peach picker, Muscella, Georgia, July 1936.
Dorothea Lange photo of rural electrification, San Joaquin Valley, California, November 1938.
Black and white photo of one of Chris Adolph's younger children, a girl, leaning on a fence as her mother stands behind her, Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato, August 1939.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of California pea pickers, February 1939.
Dorothea Lange photograph of a female child living in Oklahoma City shacktown, August 1936.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of 5 men standing next to a trailor stacked with cut down trees. 3 men are leaning on scythe tools while 2 men are leaning on axes, Gem County, Idaho, October 1939.
Photograph of an African American man on horseback, looking down towards the camera. This image is called "The riding boss." Aldridge Plantation, Mississippi, June 1937.
Dorothea Lange photograph of an African American man sitting cross legged, his forehead resting on his hand, Greenville, Mississippi, 1936.
Black and white photo of an Elderly man dozing on a porch, Washington, Pennsylvania, July 1936. Photography by Dorothea Lange.
Black and white image of an Elderly man dozing on a porch, Washington, Pennsylvania, July 1936. Photography by Dorothea Lange.
Photo of the entrance to Marysville camp for migrants, Marysville, California, October 1935.
Photograph of men standing outside of a building with a sign that reads "Stolt Spud Cellar Lodge," main street of potato town during harvest season, Merrill, Oregon, October 1939.
Black and white photograph of men rolling barrels of turpentine, Georgia, July 1937.
Image of a type of hay derrick characteristic of Oregon landscapem, Irrigon, Morrow County, Oregon, October 1939.
Dorothea Lange photograph of a church near Blythe, California, taken August 1936.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of an air view of Jersey Homesteads, Hightstown, New Jersey, 1936-1938.
Photograph of hay forks leaning against a shed, Northern Oregon farm, Morrow County, Oregon, October 1939.
Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of the Rex Theatre For Colored People, Leland, Mississippi, June 1937.
Gerald R. Ford as a young boy, June 1915.
Lithographic copy of an engraving of U.S. President Gerald R. Ford by the staff of the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Black and white photograph of Gerald R. Ford, Jr. posing with his cousins Gardner and Adele James and an unidentified girl, 1923.
The USS Monterey founders during a typhoon in December 1944. Gerald R. Ford served aboard the Monterey from June 17, 1943 to the end of December 1944. He served as director of physical training, a gunnery officer, and an assistant navigator, December 1944.
Photograph of First Lady Betty Ford standing near a dining room table, under a chandelier in the White House Treaty Room, December 24th 1975. Photo by David Hume Kennerly.
Black and white photograph of Gerald Ford (left) and his cousin Gardner James display the day's catch from a fishing dock, 1923.
Black and white portrait of Mr and Mrs Gerald R Ford Sr, 1950s.
University of Michigan Football Team, 1933. Ford is on the bottom right.
Official portrait of First Lady Betty Ford, Truman balcony of the White House, wearing an orange dress and standing near yellow flowers, October 2nd 1974. Photograph by David Hume Kennerly.
Black and white photo of Gerald Ford with his pet Boston Terrier. Different sources identify the dog as either Spot or Fleck, 1916.
Black and white photograph of Gerald Ford's mother, Dorothy Ayer Gardner, June 1915.
Portrait of Gerald R. Ford, named Leslie Lynch King, Jr. until 1916, around ten months old, June 1914.
Black and white photograph of Gerald Ford with a large group of naval officers, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1943.
President Gerald Ford and his golden retriever, Liberty, in the Oval Office, November 7th 1974. The president is reading and petting his dog at the same time.
Black and white photo of Gerald R. Ford with a large group of naval officers, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1943.
Photograph of Gerald Ford, July 14th 1913 - December 26th 2006, half-length portrait, facing front, with arms crossed, August 27th 1974.
Black and white image of Harry S. Truman, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, 1945.
Photograph of Harry Truman, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing front, holding pencil, April 19th 1945.
Image of Gerald Ford being photographed while announcing amnesty for draft evaders at the White House, Washington DC, September 16th 1974. Photograph by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Gerald Ford talking with reporters, including Helen Thomas, during a press conference at the White House, Washington DC, September 30th 1976. Photo by Marion S Trikosko.
Photo of a "Gulfport welcomes President Ford" banner behind President Gerald Ford as he greets a crowd from the sunroof of a car at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976. Photograph by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford standing and smiling after giving a television speech at the White House, Washington DC, January 13th 1975.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford preparing for a press conference at the White House, Washington DC, June 25th 1975.
Black and white image of President Gerald Ford mingling with the crowd at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white President Gerald Ford talking with aide John Mashek, at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Black and white image of Gerald Ford escorting Austrian Chancellor, Bruno Kreisky into the White House for a state dinner, Washington DC, November 12th 1974.
President Gerald Ford aboard Air Force One during a campaign trip in the South, September 1976. Black and white photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white Thomas J O'Halloran photo of Gerald Ford greeting a crowd from the sunroof of a car at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Black and white image of President Gerald Ford, surrounded by security staff, waving to crowd from the sunroof of a car in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1976. Photo by Marion S Trikosko.
Marion S Trikosko photograph President Gerald Ford meeting with Tip O'Neill and friend at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1976.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko photo of resporters in press room observe President Gerald Ford on television during the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 23rd 1976.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko photograph of President Gerald Ford reading the newspaper in the living quarters of the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
John T Bledsoe photo of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford celebrating winning the nomination at the Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, August 1976.
Gerald Ford greeting a group of young women dressed as Southern belles at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white image of President Gerald Ford talking with reporters, including Helen Thomas, as White House Chief of Staff Richard Cheney looks on, during a press conference at the White House, Washington DC, September 30th 1976. Photo by Marion S Trikosko.
Photo of President Gerald Ford shaking hands with supporters at the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 23rd 1976. Image by Marion S Trikosko.
Black and white image of President Gerald Ford eating breakfast at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford at a farmers' market in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1976.
President Gerald Ford talking to reporters during an informal press conference at the White House, Washington DC, September 16th 1975. Photo by Marion S Trikosko.
Thomas J. O'Halloran photograph of President Gerald Ford piloting a riverboat as First Lady Betty Ford looks through binoculars at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Black and white image of Gerald Ford announcing amnesty for draft evaders at the White House, Washington DC, September 16th 1974. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko photograph of First Lady, Betty Ford, and daughter, Susan, wearing bathrobes and interacting affectionately as President Gerald Ford, sitting on a sofa, looks on, living quarters of the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Black and white photograph of Clement Attlee, Harry Truman, and Joseph Stalin, seated outdoors at Berlin conference, August 1st 1945.
Marion S Trikosko photograph of President Gerald Ford walking across the lawn to a press conference at the White House, Washington DC, June 25th 1975.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford waving to crowd from the sunroof of a car in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1976.
Black and white image of President Gerald Ford speaking into microphones, August 9th 1974.
Black and white photo of Gerald R. Ford, July 14th 1913 - December 26th 2006, half-length portrait, facing front, with arms crossed, August 27th 1974.
President Gerald Ford at a farmers' market in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1976. Photograph by Marion S Trikosko.
Black and white photograph of President Gerald Ford, reading letters and smoking a pipe, and First Lady Betty Ford in the living quarters of the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Photo of Gerald Ford being photographed while announcing amnesty for draft evaders at the White House, Washington DC, September 16th 1974. Photograph by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Photograph of a crowd lined up along the street for campaign stop by Gerald Ford in the South, September 1976.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford chatting with White House photographer David Kennerly, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Black and white image of Gerald Ford meeting with Howard Baker, Barry Goldwater, and others at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975. Photo by Marion S Trikosko.
Black and white photo of Gerald Ford and Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, seated, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Washington DC, August 9th 1974.
Thomas J O'Halloran photo of President Gerald Ford waving to a crowd at a campaign stop in Biloxi, Mississippi, September 1976.
Black and white photograph of President Ford seated at a table with William E. Colby, Director of CIA; Robert S. Ingersoll, Deputy Secretary of State; Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State; James R. Schlesinger, Secretary of Defense; William P. Clements, Jr., Deputy Secretary of Defense; George S. Brown, Chairman of Joint Chiefs, August 10th 1974.
Black and white photo of Gerald Ford at a White House press conference, Washington DC, October 9th 1974.
Black and white photograph of Herbert Hoover, Mrs. Warren G. Harding, Warren G. Harding, Mrs. Herbert Hoover, and H.M. Daugherty, all standing, in grandstand, at baseball game, 1922.
Gerald Ford appearing at the House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on pardoning former President Richard Nixon, Washington DC, October 17th 1974. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white photograph of Gerald Ford making a victory sign as George Wallace applauds at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white John T Bledsoe photograph of President Gerald Ford, First Lady Betty Ford, Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, and vice presidential candidate Bob Dole celebrate winning the nomination at the Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, August 1976.
Photograph of Chief Justice William H. Taft administering the oath of office to Herbert Hoover on the east portico of the US Capitol, March 4th 1929.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford tosses a watermelon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1976.
Black and white Thomas J O'Halloran photo of President Gerald Ford welcomed at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford meeting with Donald Rumsfeld at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Black and white photograph of Herbert Hoover and presidential party standing, with men holding their hats, at opening baseball game, May 17th 1929.
Black and white image of Gerald Ford on stage with George Wallace at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko image of President Gerald Ford sitting at his desk talking with speechwriter Bob Hartman, at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
President Gerald Ford, First Lady Betty Ford, Senator Bob Dole and Elizabeth Dole celebrate winning the nomination amidst floating balloons at the Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, August 1976. Photograph by John T Bledsoe.
Black and white image of President Gerald Ford greeting a crowd at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Photo of White House Chief of Staff, Richard Cheney, with another member of the Ford administration staff at the White House, Washington DC, September 30th 1976. Image by Marion S Trikosko.
Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of President Gerald Ford preparing for the first debate with Jimmy Carter, in his office at the White House, Washington DC, September 23rd 1976.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford writing at his desk during a staff meeting at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford speaking to members of the press outside the White House, Washington DC, January 23rd 1975.
Thomas J O'Halloran photo of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford smiling at a young woman dressed as a Southern belle at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko image of President Gerald Ford working at his desk, with an aide, at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975. The aide is John Mashek or Ron Nessen.
Marion S Trikosko photograph of President Gerald Ford walking to his office with two other men, the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs Hoover, and Chief Justice William Howard Taft inside presidential reviewing stand during parade for Hoover's inauguration, March 4th 1929.
Image of President Gerald Ford and foreign correspondents preparing for a television interview at the White House, Washington DC, May 23rd 1975. Photograph by Marion S Trikosko.
Gerald Ford waving to the crowd from a car outside the Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, August 1976. Photo by John T Bledsoe.
Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of President Gerald Ford, First Lady Betty Ford, and daughter Susan Ford at a White House Christmas party, Washington DC, December 17th 1975.
Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of President Gerald Ford shaking hands at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of Gerald Ford and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, conversing, on the grounds of the White House, Washington DC, August 16th 1974.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford, surrounded by security staff, waving to a crowd from the sunroof of a car in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1976.
John T Bledsoe photo of Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan standing at the podium at the Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, August 1976.
Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of President Gerald Ford among attendees at the Small Business Conference, June 17th 1975.
House Judiciary Subcommittee questioning President Gerald Ford on pardoning former President Richard Nixon, Washington DC, October 17th 1974. Image by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white photo of President Gerald Ford, covered with confetti, smiles at crowd after his arrival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter, September 23rd 1976. Photograph by Marion S Trikosko.
Black and white image of Gerald Ford being photographed while appearing at the House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on pardoning former President Richard Nixon, Washington DC, October 17th 1974. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white image of Gerald Ford's supporters at the Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, August 1976. Photo by John T Bledsoe.
Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of President Gerald Ford aboard Air Force One during a campaign trip in the South, September 1976.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford waving at the lighting of the National Christmas Tree, Washington DC, December 16th 1976.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford taking questions from reporters during a press conference at the White House, Washington DC, June 9th 1975.
President Gerald Ford being photographed by Buck May in the Oval Office of the White House, Washington DC, September 20th 1974. Thomas J O'Halloran photograph.
Gerald Ford appearing at the House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on pardoning former President Richard Nixon, Washington DC, October 17th 1974. Photograph by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Photo of President Hoover addressing joint session of Congress at bicentennial ceremony commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington, February 22nd 1932.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford meeting with economic group at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Gerald Ford addressing Congress as Speaker of the House Carl Albert looks on, Washington DC, October 8th 1974. Photo by Marion S Trikosko.
Black and white photo of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford in the living quarters of the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko image of President Gerald Ford working at his desk, smoking a pipe, at the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975.
Gerald Ford surrounded by members of the 94th Congress, including Majority Leader Tip O'Neill, after delivering the State of the Union Address, Washington DC, January 15th 1975. Photo by Marion S Trikosko.
Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford at a press conference at the White House, Washington DC, June 25th 1975.
House Judiciary Subcommittee questioning President Gerald Ford on pardoning former President Richard Nixon, Washington DC, October 17th 1974. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko photo of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford at a White House State Dinner, Washington DC, November 12th 1974.
Gerald Ford appearing at the House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on pardoning former President Richard Nixon, Washington DC, October 17th 1974. Image by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white Thomas J O'Halloran image of President Gerald Ford greeting flag-waving supporters at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Black and white photo of President Gerald Ford with President William Tolbert of Liberia at the White House, Washington DC, September 21st 1976.
Black and white Marion S Trikosko photograph of President Gerald Ford with staff in his office, tons of paperwork on his desk, the White House, Washington DC, September 22nd 1976.
Black and white image of Gerald Ford greets supporters at the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 23rd 1976. Photo by Marion S Trikosko.
Photograph of Gerald Ford being photographed while announcing amnesty for draft evaders at the White House, Washington DC, September 16th 1974. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white photograph of Harry Truman, half-length portrait, facing front, June 27th 1945. Harry was te 33rd President of the United States.
Black and white photo of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford in the living quarters of the White House, Washington DC, February 6th 1975. A man is serving Betty.
Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford smiling at a young woman dressed as a Southern belle at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Black and white image of Gerald Ford meeting with George Meany in the Oval Office of the White House, Washington DC, August 13th 1974. Photo by Thomas J O'Halloran.
Black and white Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of President Gerald Ford shaking hands with a young woman dressed as a Southern belle at a campaign stop in the South, September 1976.
Black and white photo of Gerald R. Ford, July 14th 1913 - December 26th 2006, half-length portrait, facing front, with arms crossed, August 27th 1974.
Grant E. Hamilton image of "Democracy" portrayed as the devil holding a bucket labeled "Bourbon Principles" and a paintbrush (in which appears a profile caricature of Grover Cleveland), both dripping red paint with which he plans to "paint the town." He is standing on a wall overlooking a view of Washington, D.C. showing mostly government buildings.
Black and white Joseph Klir image of a parade with a banner showing head-and-shoulders portraits of Grover Cleveland, Adlai E. Stevenson, and Gov. John Peter Altgeld.
Joseph Klir image of a parade with a banner showing head-and-shoulders portraits of Grover Cleveland, Adlai E. Stevenson, and Gov. John Peter Altgeld.
Mono toned Fabian Bachrach photograph of Dwight David Eisenhower, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front, 1952.
Black and white photograph of Dwight D Eisenhower giving orders to American paratroopers in England, June 6 1944.
Black and white Fabian Bachrach photo of Dwight D. Eisenhower, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left, 1952.
Black and white Frank Beard image of a woman holding a baby that is crying out "I want my pa" as Grover Cleveland passes.
Black and white Frank Beard image of a woman holding a baby that is crying out "I want my pa" as Grover Cleveland passes.
Black and white photo of Grover Cleveland, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, holding hat, 1888. He was the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms of presidency and the only president married in the White House itself.
Black and white William Allen Rogers image of Thomas Brackett Reed as a boy, crying to Uncle Sam, with another boy pulling small wagon "pig iron, Kelley," while President Grover Cleveland trims "tariff, the protection hedge" to reduce the "surplus" Harper's weekly, August 4th 1888, page 568.
Black and white photo of Crimean Conference. Prime Minister Winston Churchill, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Marshal Joseph Stalin at the palace in Yalta, where the Big Three met, February 1945.
Black and white Thomas Nast image of Boss Kelly, dressed as Indian, holding knife behind back of Grover Cleveland. The text reads: We love him most for the enemies that he has made.
Black and white R Staudenbaur image of a and shoulders portrait of Grover Cleveland, facing right. He was the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms of presidency and the only president married in the White House itself.
Black and white photo of Grover Cleveland, August 9th 1892. He was the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms of presidency and the only president married in the White House itself.
Black and white photograph of Grover Cleveland, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, 1888. He was the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms of presidency and the only president married in the White House itself.
Black and white photograph of Franklin Roosevelt, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing left.
Black and white Underwood & Underwood photograph of President Franklin Roosevelt and six other men in cabinet room.
Black and white photo of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, seated at desk, with four men standing behind him, signing the declaration of war against Japan, December 1941.
Image of a poster promoting President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's four freedoms, showing a globe, two books, and the hand and torch from the Statue of Liberty.
Black and white cartoon image of Grover Cleveland dressed as a gladiator holding a sword and shield.
Black and white Thure de Thulstrup image of the Grover Cleveland inauguration with fireworks near the Washington Monument, a night scene near the White House, 1885.
Three T Dart Walker illustrations showing reception at ex-Secretary Whitney's house during which Li Hung-chang presents President Cleveland with a letter from the emperor of China; continuing celebration in Chinatown; and another view of visit to Grant's Tomb.
Image of head-and-shoulders portraits of Grover Cleveland and Allen G. Thurman, and eagle over U.S. Capitol.
Black and white photo of Roosevelt's funeral procession with horse-drawn casket, Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC, April 24th 1945.
Black and white David Valdez photograph of George Bush, half-length portrait, facing front, 1989.
Black and white Fabian Bachrach photo of Dwight D Eisenhower, 1952.
Black and white image of the Wedding of Grover Cleveland, with Mrs. Grover Cleveland receiving a kiss from her mother. This illustration is from Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, June 12 1886, page 257.
Casablanca Conference at Casablanca, French Morocco, Africa. The "unconditional surrender" announcement. President Roosevelt, with Prime Minister Winston Churchill at his side, reading to the assembled war correspondents, January 1943.
Black and white photo of Winston Churchill (seated third from left), Franklin D. Roosevelt (4th from left), and General Sir Alan Brooke (5th from left) with other military leaders in conference, Casablanca, Morocco, during World War II, January 1943.
Black and white photo of Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill on portico of Russian Embassy in Teheran, during conference, November 28th thru December 1st 1943.
Black and white Elias Goldensky photo of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left, December 27th 1933.
Black and white photo of Casablanca conference at Casablanca, Morocco, President Roosevelt with Major General George S. Patton, Jr., affixing the Congressional Medal of Honor upon Brig. General William H. Wilbur in the presence of General George C. Marshall, January 1943.
Black and white Frederick Gutekunst photograph of Grover Cleveland, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, 1903. He was the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms of presidency and the only president married in the White House itself.
Black and white Thomas J O'Halloran photograph of cars and motorcyles driving through a street with crowds of people on either side; buildings and mountain in the distance, December 9th 1959.
Black and white S.S. Frizzell image of a campaign poster showing head-and-shoulders portraits of Grover Cleveland and Thomas A. Hendricks, surrounded by flags.
S.S. Frizzell image of a campaign poster showing head-and-shoulders portraits of Grover Cleveland and Thomas A. Hendricks, surrounded by flags.
Parade for Governor Cleveland on his visit to Buffalo, New York, crowd along street and fireworks, October 2nd 1884. Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, October 11th 1884, page 120.
Black and white Harris & Ewing photo of President Roosevelt, flanked by members of the Cabinet seated in the first row, shown during his report to Congress, March 1st 1945.
Black and white Kurz & Allison image of Uncle Sam standing with large shields on which are portraits of Grover Cleveland and A.G. Thurman. Includes Democratic party platform, a cameo portrait of Thomas Jefferson, and a dock scene with ship and railroad.
Black and white image of head-and-shoulders portraits of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Grover Cleveland, with the U.S. Capitol in background.
Black and white photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Governor Cox on the latter's arrival in Washington, standing with small group of other men, 1920.
Black and white photograph of Governor James M. Cox of Ohio and Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York, arriving at the White House for conference with the president, July 18th 1920.
S.S. Frizzell image of a campaign poster showing head-and-shoulders portraits of Grover Cleveland and Thomas A. Hendricks, surrounded by flags.
Black and white photograph of Franklin Roosevelt and his daughter, Anna, with their German shepherd dog, "Chief of the Mohawk" May 8th 1920.
Black and white Paul Renouard image of President Grover Cleveland greeting guests at a public receiption at the White House, 1888.
Black and white Thomas Nast images of two cartoons: "No barrel, no loaves", showing chef standing by Tammany range; and "The country backs you, Mr. President!", showing woman, representing the people of the United States, standing by Grover Cleveland; on page of advertisements. From Harper's weekly.
Frank Beard image of a woman holding a baby that is crying out "I want my pa" as Grover Cleveland passes.
Black and white photo of Governor Cox and Franklin D. Roosevelt surrounded by newspapermen as they arrived outside the White House for conference with Pres. Wilson, July 18th 1920.
Black and white Kurz & Allison image of President Grover Cleveland, seated, with his wife and child.
Black and white Kurz & Allison image of President Grover Cleveland, seated, with his wife and child.
Black and white photo of General Eisenhower meeting with generals Patton, Bradley, and Hodges on an airfield somewhere in Germany durring impromptu conference with supreme commander, March 1945.
Black and white Ernest A Wright engraved image of Grover Cleveland, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right. He was the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms of presidency and the only president married in the White House itself.
Black and white photograph of Dwight David Eisenhower, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, holding glasses, 1954.
Black and white photograph of Grover Cleveland, August 9th 1892. He was the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms of presidency and the only president married in the White House itself.
Black and white Thomas J O'Halloran photo of Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower watching a television during the Republican National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, July 1952.
Black and white John F Jarvis photograph of Grover Cleveland and Adlai Stevenson driving down Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC.
Black and white Paul Renouard image of President Grover Cleveland greeting guests at a public receiption at the White House, 1888.
Matthew B Brady photograph of Franklin Pierce, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the left, black and white.
Black and white N Currier image of Winfield Scott and Franklin Pierce. The artist anticipates a Whig victory in the 1852 presidential contest. The scene takes place in an interior, carpeted or tiled with a grid-and-star pattern. At left, Whig candidate Winfield Scott, in military uniform, pulls the "Presidential Chair" out from under Democratic nominee Franklin Pierce (also in military dress). Pierce, having fallen to the floor, exclaims, "Look out there! what you bout General? do you want to Knock a fellers brains out?" Scott replies, "Sorry to disappoint you Pierce; but "the people" wish "me," to take "this" chair."
Waterman Lilly Ormsby image of Gen. Franklin Pierce on horseback during the Mexican War, Chapultapec castle and Popocatepetl volcano in the distance.
Black and white image of President Franklin Pierce seated, facing right, with left hand inside vest.
Black and white W. L. ormsby image of Frank Pierce, 14th President of the United States, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.
N. Currier imageo of Genl Franklin Pierce, the 14th President of the USA.
Bernhard Gillam image of Chester Arthur, dressed as a Roman, by "Republican scales," holding sword "patronage," with Mitchell "indepencent reps.," also dressed as a Roman, on one end of the scales, and James Donald Cameron "bossism" on the other end of scales.
Joseph Ferdinand Keppler image of Chester Arthur, on stage, throwing out titles of political offices, "soft soap," "promises," etc., to crowd of men.
Black and white photo of Chester Arthur wearing an overcoat.
Black and white engraved image of President Chester Arthur in horse-drawn carriage, on crowded road, by W.P. Snyder.
Black and white image of President Arthur and his party on the Brooklyn Bridge, by Schell and Hogan.
James Albert Wales image of senators holding papers "patronage," "sold out," and "New York quotations," with T.C. Platt handcuffed to man on left, who is handing "orders of the boss" to Chester Arthur.
Black and white photo of Chester Arthur.
Joseph Ferdinand Keppler image of seven men looking at Chester Arthur, portraits of presidential failures on the wall. The framed portraits in the background read: Johnson, third failure. Fillmore, second failure. Tyler, first failure. The fourth frame is empty with a questionmark beneath.
Joseph Ferdinand Keppler image of Chester Arthur and cabinet members, wearing nightcaps, sleeping around table, on which are papers, "no ill-will to anyone," "we need no Navy," "Indians provided for till summer," etc.
Black and white Vic Arnold image of broadside showing James A. Garfield, bust portrait, facing right, and Chester A. Arthur, bust portrait, facing front.
Bernhard Gillam image of Chester Arthur, carrying rope "2nd term aspiration" and holding out "bill excluding Chinese for 10 years" as sop to three-headed dog "western vote."
Black and white engraved image of Justice John R. Brady, Justice of New York State Supreme Court, administering the oath of office to Vice President Arthur in a private ceremony in Arthur's residence at 123 Lexington Avenue, New York.
James Albert Wales image of James A. Garfield and Chester Arthur standing on the left, and Samuel J. Tilden and David Davis standing on the right.
Image of man "party leader" wearing armor, on a horse, pointing spear "Senatorial courtesy" at windmill in form of James Garfield, with Chester Arthur and Thomas Platt as donkey standing in front.
Frederick Burr Opper image from a page of Puck magazine with cartoon showing Chester Arthur kicked out of the New York Custom House, by man holding paper "charges," in front of sign pointing to Washington.
Sepia toned Jesse Harrison Whitehurst photograph of Andrew Johnson, half-length portrait, seated, facing left.
Black and white cartoon image of Benjamin Harrison in a boat, trying to shoot ducks "voters" with musket "force bill" and catch fish labeled "voters".
Black and white Alexander Gardner image of members of the Yankton, Santee Sioux (Dakota), and Upper Missouri Sioux tribes with President Andrew Johnson and others at a reception in the East Room of the White House on February 23, 1867.
Black and white image of appalling calamity at Johnstown, Pa., on Friday, September 14th 1866, caused by the falling of a railroad bridge crowded with the citizens of the town, during the visit of President Johnson and suite - four persons killed and over 350 wounded.
Black and white Bingham & Dodd image of Andrew Johnson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right.
Sepia toned photograph of Chief Justice Melville W. Fuller administering the oath of office to Benjamin Harrison on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol, March 4th 1889.
Harpers Weekly image of Uncle Sam leaning on bar "For shattered constitutions" and offering Andrew Johnson a glass of medicine.
Black and white photo by Mathew B Brady showing Andrew Johnson, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, with hand on the table and a chair behind him.
Black and white image of Benjamin Harrison, standing in boxing ring, wearing glove "protection", with man "labor" seated in his corner. Grover Cleveland sitting in other corner, wearing eye patch "'88" and glove "free trade", is assisted by Adelai E. Stevenson and another man.
Black and white cartoon image of Benjamin Harrison planting a chestnut tree and Postmaster General John Wanamaker watching him. Wanamaker asks: "Your excellency, how do you like Pennsylvania?" Benjamin Harrison replies: "A little cooler weather would suit tree planting better."
Black and white Charles Nelan image of Harrison using "campaign lemon squeezer" to squeeze political appointees into coins dropping into barrel "campaign fund."
Black and white George B Prince photograph of Benjamin Harrison, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing left, with right hand on table, 1888.
Black and white image of Hon. Andrew Johnson, half-length portrait, facing left.
Bingham & Dodd image of Andrew Johnson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right.
Black and white Thomas Nast image of a political cartoon mocking the National Union Convention of August 1866, showing Gen. Darius Couch of Massachusetts with Gov. James Orr of South Carolina; below, President Andrew Johnson cries as he reads about the convention.
Black and white cartoon image of Benjamin Harrison pulling "pension frauds" from mouth of dog "investigation of frauds" and Green Berry Raum pulling "Harrison" from chair "Rep administration".
Black and white image of Benjamin Harrison, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left.
Black and white photograph of Benjamin Harrison, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.
Black and white image of a crowd entering White House through a door and exiting out an East Room window over a temporary bridge.
Black and white photo of Benjamin Harrison, half-length studio portrait, facing slightly left.
Image of Andrew Johnson holding a leaking kettle, labeled "The Reconstructed South", towards a woman representing liberty and Columbia, carrying a baby representing the newly approved 14th Constitutional Amendment.
Black and white Currier & Ives cartoon image of Cartoon showing Benjamin Harrison riding on back of eagle and holding up scroll "Republican nomination" above White House, titled "Backed to win."
Joseph Ferdinand Keppler image of a caricature of President Benjamin Harrison, as a very short person, with large head, seated at a desk, wearing the big hat of his grandfather William Henry Harrison, also a president. On a bust perches Secretary of State James G. Blaine, shown as a raven, presumably croaking "Nevermore." Harrison and Blaine were at odds over the proposed McKinley Tariff.
Black and white Abraham Bogardus image of Andrew Johnson, half-length portrait, facing left.
Image of Benjamin Harrison, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left.
Charles Jay Taylor image of a group of men, with Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, and Benjamin Harrison in foreground, with William McKinley holding up flag, "The national honor must be upheld!"
Black and white image of Andrew Johnson taking two children "civil rights" and "bureau ..." by their hands in front of forest "veto wood."
Louis Dalrymple image of men, representing different newspapers, some with magnifying glasses, viewing presidential candidates, including Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Thomas Brackett Reed, William B. Allison, Bobby Todd Lincoln, Levi Parsons Morton, Robert Pattison, David Bennett Hill, Adlai Stevenson, etc.
Black and white photograph of President Benjamin Harrison with James G. Blaine, Secretary of State, Henry Cabot Lodge, and group of other people posed, possibly on the forward deck of the Frenchman's Bay steamer Sappho, with several men of the Bar Harbor Band, Maine.
Black and white image of the Inaugural ball in the Pension Building during the inauguration of Benjamin Harrison showing couples dancing.
Black and white Theodore R Davis image of the Senate as a court of impeachment for the trial of Andrew Johnson.
Black and white engraved image of Andrew Johnson taking the oath of office in the small parlor of the Kirkwood House, Washington, April 15th 1865.
Black and white image from Harpers Weekly of George T. Brown, sergeant-at-arms, serving the summons on President Johnson.
Black and white photograph of Chief Justice Melville W. Fuller administering the oath of office to Benjamin Harrison on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol, March 4th 1889.
Black and white WSL Lewett image of men and women in gallery of the Senate, during the impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson.
The New administration - Visitors paying their respects to President Harrison at the White House. The presidential train "held up" at Harrisburg by a little son of Gov. Beaver, who takes a photograph of Gen. Harrison and family. Close of the ice-harvest--scenes on an ice-farm near Athens, on the Hudson River. From a sketch by Joseph Becker.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge standing with five members of the national oratorical contest, June 7th 1924.
Photo of President Calvin Coolidge afixing a medal on Augustus Butler Rowland, who holds the hand of a small boy, April 29th 1925.
Black and white image of President Coolidge posed with Women's National Law Fraternity, on lawn. Most of the women are wearing hats.
Photograph of President Coolidge speaking with a wounded soldier in a wheelchair pushed by a nurse in white, as Mrs. Coolidge looks on, May 21st 1925.
Black and white image of President and Mrs. Coolidge with their host and hostess, Cyruss H.K. Curtis, and other guests who attended the luncheon given on the Curtis yacht, "Lydonia," which is anchored off Haines Point in the Potomac River, April 19th 1927.
Black and white photograph of President Coolidge and Mr. Hoover leaving the White House in a convertible automobile, 1929.
Photo of President Calvin Coolidge and C. Bascom Slemp holding a large document, as Slemp raises his right hand to swear the oath, September 4th 1923.
Photo of President Coolidge standing on steps outside the White House, addressing members of the Investment Bankers Association, 1923.
Black and white photograph of President Calvin Coolidge standing with his right hand on a piece of radio equipment on an automobile, 1924.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge seated at a desk, facing front, holding a pen and paper, wearing a black armband in mourning for President Harding, August 4th 1923.
Black and white image of President Coolidge, Grace Goodhue Coolidge, and others arriving for services at the First Congressional Church on August 5th 1923.
Image in black and white of President Coolidge inspecting work being done at the White House. Col E. Sterling, Pres. Coolidge and Col. Cheney, military aide to the president, March 10th 1927.
Photo of Calvin Coolidge seated at his desk with Israel Moore Foster standing next to him, June 7th 1924.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge, Grace Coolidge, Charles Lindbergh and his mother, Evangeline Lindbergh about to get in an automobile, June 12th 1927.
Sepia photograph of President Coolidge with an international delegation from the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, including John Henry Cowles, the Sovereign Grand Commander, to the President's right.
Black and white image of Manager Stanley Harris, in the grandstand, presenting President Coolidge with the baseball used to open the 1924 World Series.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge, full-length portraits, with labor delegation, 1924.
Photo of President Coolidge with a group of Detroit businessmen and women, 1925.
Image of President and Mrs. Coolidge with Herbert Putnam and others during ceremony when the Constitution was placed in the vault at the Library of Congress, 1924.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge leaving the Capitol after the funeral of Warren G. Harding, 1923.
Photograph of Calvin Coolidge seated at a desk, holding a pen, with Mabel Willebrandt and I.M. Foster standing behind him, June 7th 1924.
Photograph of President Coolidge, Postmaster General New, and others standing on steps to the White House. A large group of members of the National Association of Post Office Clerks stand on the lawn, September 5th 1923.
Photo of crowds waiting in the rain to say goodbye and good luck to President Coolidge outside the White House, umbrellas over their heads, March 2nd 1929.
Photograph of President Calvin Coolidge addressing members of the National Educational Association seated in stadium, 1924.
Image of President Coolidge watching the progress of the work being done on the White House, 1927.
Black and white image of Calvin Coolidge and Col. Stallings, full-length portraits, standing, facing front, July 24 1929.
Black and white image of Walter Johnson showing President Coolidge how he pitches his curve ball. Johnson on left of the President and Bucky Harris on the right, 1924.
Photo of President Calvin Coolidge placing the Congressional Medal of Honor around Henry Breault's neck, as military officers look on, with the White House in the background, March 8th 1924.
Black and white photograph of President Coolidge returning to the mansion from the executive offices, west wing, December 30th 1925.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge, his wife, and three other men standing on balcony of the White House, April 21 1924.
Black and white photograph of John Drew, Al Jolson and other prominent actors with President and Mrs. Coolidge, 1924.
Photo of four adults and six children, from Passaic, N.J., picket the White House following President Coolidge's refusal to listen to their complaints about wage cuts in the textile industry, April 15th 1926.
Black and white image of U.S.J. Dunbar presenting a statue of Walter Johnson to President Coolidge, 1924.
Photo of President Coolidge and Herbert Hoover posed, standing, with American Red Cross group, 1923.
Black and white photo of U.S. presidential inauguration. Calvin Coolidge on platform in front of White House reviewing military parade, 1925.
Black and white photo of Julio Domingo Bianchi, who was the Guatemalan minister in Washington during the Herrera regime, with his family around a Christmas Tree, December 28th 1921.
President Coolidge signing the Cameron Bill which authorizes the construction of the Coolidge Dam in Arizona, June 7th 1924.
Black and white image of President Coolidge and others riding in a car during the inaugural parade, American flags waving in the wind, March 4th 1925.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge smiling and tipping his hat, October 22nd 1924.
Photograph, in black and white, of President and Mrs. Coolidge with members of Republican Businessmen's Association of New York, 1924.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge, holding his overcoat, inspecting building materials being used on the White House, March 15th 1927.
Black and white image of a chauffeur seated in a new automobile of President Coolidge, 1927.
Photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge with Dan G. Smith and T.V. O'Connor, 1924.
Photograph of The Italian Republican League of N.Y. presents President Coolidge with an original parchment of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, February 12th 1927.
Photo of President Calvin Coolidge in automobile at D.A.R. Hall, where he attended a meeting of the American Red Cross, 1923.
Black and white image of President and Mrs. Coolidge with their military aides, greeting two veterans in wheelchairs at a garden party at the White House, 1924.
Black and white image of President Coolidge, standing, full-length, with the seven finalists in the national spelling bee, June 4th 1926.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge and Charles G. Dawes, full-length portraits, standing on steps, 1924.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Harding and Vice President and Mrs. Coolidge standing at Union Station, on their arrival for the inauguration, 1921.
Photograph of President Coolidge with members of his cabinet posed for group photo on White House lawn, September 11th 1923.
Photograph of President Coolidge and Herbert Hoover with a group of other men, National Conference Utilization of Forest Products, 1924.
Black and white image of President and Mrs. Coolidge leaving D.A.R. Hall after attending meeting of the Budget Committee, 1924.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge, standing on steps, with their two sons, John and Calvin Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gates Dawes, Frank W. Stearn, and Pierce Butler, June 30th 1924.
Black and white photo of President Calvin Coolidge and Mother Jones, 1924.
Black and white photograph of Calvin Coolidge with Judge Elbert Henry Gary and John D. Rockefeller, Jr. on January 8th 1925.
Black and white image of Harding memorial ceremonies in the House of Representatives, with President Coolidge seated in the front row, center, with Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon seated on his right, and William H. Taft on his left, 1924.
Black and white image of President Coolidge speaking to Congress, members of the Supreme Court, the Cabinet, etc. in the House of Representatives, 1927.
Photo of Calvin Coolidge signing the income tax bill, also known as the Mellon tax bill. Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon is the third figure from the right, and Director of the Budget, General Herbert Mayhew Lord, is to Mellon's left, February 26th 1926.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover, full-length portraits, standing, wearing overcoats and holding top hats, 1928.
Black and white image of President Coolidge and his father, full-length portraits, seated on lawn chair, 1924.
Black and white photograph of President Coolidge receiving membership in the American Automobile Association, 1923.
Photograph of President Calvin Coolidge posed with high school students from Trenton, 1924.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge, seated on a porch, with their two sons, John Coolidge and Calvin Jr, standing behind them, June 30th 1924.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge with members of New York Women's Republican Club.
Black and white photo President and Mrs. Coolidge with their son John and the president's father, July 18 1924.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge, half-length portrait, seated at desk in Oval Office, facing front, August 15th, 1923.
Black and white photo of Pres. and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, seated, full-length, in wicker arm chairs, with two sons, Coolidge and Calvin Jr, standing behind them.
1923 black and white photograph of President Coolidge posed with newspaper correspondents on lawn of the White House.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge making his speech of acceptance, his right hand raised and left hand on the bible, 1924.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge with members of Co-Operative Marketing Conference, 1925.
Black and white photo of C. Bascom Slemp, Calvin Coolidge, and Everett Sanders posed, three-qaurter length portraits, standing, 1925.
Photo of President Coolidge displays great interest in the progress of the work being done on the White House, March 15th 1927.
Black and white image of Secretary of War John Weeks, Pres. Calvin Coolidge, and Asst. Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Armistice Day, 1923.
Image of Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Frank B. Kellogg, standing, with representatives of the governments who have ratified the Treaty for Renunciation of War (Kellogg-Briand Pact), in the East Room of the White House, July 24th 1929.
Photograph of Henry K. Bush-Brown wearing a smock and working on his bas-relief portrait of Calvin Coolidge, March 5th 1925.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge with Miss Ruth Muskrat, a Cherokee Indian, and group of others, Committee of 100 on Indian Affaires, December 13th 1923.
Black and white image of President Calvin Coolidge breaking ground, shoveling dirt, for Hamline ME church, 1924.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge standing with their two sons, John Coolidge and Calvin Coolidge Jr, June 30 1924.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge making speech at his inauguration, 1925.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge with Berea College students, June 3rd 1926.
Black and white photo of Coolidge and others riding in a convertible among the pageantry of the inaugural parade, March 4th 1925.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge seated and attending the circus, 1924.
Photo of Chief Justice William H. Taft administering the oath of office to Calvin Coolidge on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol, March 4th 1925.
Black and white photo of a session in the House of Representatives, with Warren Harding speaking, and Calvin Coolidge and Frederick Gillett seated behind desk, 1920.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, full-length portraits, with two men in military uniforms, at Girl Scout Tea House, Haines Point, 1924.
Photograph of President Coolidge waving a greeting to the throngs of children gathered in the White House grounds to roll Easter eggs, April 18th 1927.
Black and white image of President Coolidge shaking hands with Walter Johnson at Griffith Stadium; Buck Harris in back.
Black and white photograph of the President and Mrs. Coolidge with Association of Advertising Men, 1924.
Black and white photograph of Calvin Coolidge, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, December 4th 1923.
Photo of President Coolidge with 7 members of the White House Photographers Association, 1923.
Photo of President Coolidge making tennis draw at White House. Drawing for the Davis Tennis matches was held at the White House with practically all of the Diplomatic Corps in Washington looking on, March 17th 1927.
Black and white image of President Calvin Coolidge and Mrs. Coolidge with men in white uniforms, on the White House grounds, June 5th 1924.
Black and white photo of President Calvin Coolidge standing with White House correspondents, February 26th 1929.
Image of President Coolidge and members of his cabinet posed on the White House Lawn: Secty. of Labor Davis, Secty. of Agriculture Wallace, Secty. of Commerce Hoover, Post Master Gen., Secty. of War Weeks, Secty. of State Hughes, the President, Secty. of Treasury Mellon, Atty. Gen. Stone and Sect. of Navy Wilbur, April 11th 1924.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge standing with newspaper correspondents on lawn of the White House, 1923.
Photo of President Coolidge standing with members of the Investment Bankers Association, on lawn of the White House, 1923.
Black and white photograph of President and Mrs. Coolidge leaving First Congregational Church, walking down stairs, November 26th 1925.
Black and white image of Calvin Coolidge, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing righ, signing the tax bill, February 26th 1926.
Black and white photo of a cover of souvenir album showing President Calvin Coolidge shaking hands with a baseball player at 1924 World Series game.
Photo of Calvin Coolidge standing and Mrs. Coolidge seated in launch at Hains Point, Washington DC Yacht not visible. Lydonia, the private yacht of Cyrus H.K. April 19th 1927.
Black and white photograph of Calvin Coolidge speaking in House of Representatives chamber, 1920s.
Black and white image of President Coolidge addressing a crowd, Arlington National Cemetery, 1924.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge with members of the Republican Businessmen's Association of New York, 1924.
Photo of President Coolidge addressing graduates of Georgetown University. In the background Justice Pierce Butler, U.S. Supreme Court, Rev. John B. Creeden, President of Georgetown University, Gov. Wm. S. Flynn of R.I. 1924.
Black and white image of President Coolidge with T.W. Page, 1925.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge signing appropriation bills for the Veterans Bureau on the south lawn during the garden party for wounded veterans, 1924. Mrs. Coolidge, John J. Pershing, and others stand beside the president.
Photo of President Coolidge with members of National Rehabilitation Committee of the American Legion, 1924.
Photograph in black and white of President and Mrs. Coolidge with military aides, just after they assisted in a New Year reception, posed outside the White House, January 1st 1927.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge with their naval and military aides, standing in the front, January 1st 1927.
Photo of Calvin Coolidge speaking at cornerstone laying at the Jewish Community Center, Washington DC, with band in foreground and visitors in background, May 3rd 1925.
Photo of Newspapermen cheering President Coolidge after their first conference with him at the White House, August 14th 1923.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge standing with members of the Highway Education Board on the White House lawn, 1923.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge and Mrs. Coolidge, with members of Republican Businessmens Association of New York, October 28th 1924.
Black and white photograph of President Coolidge delivering his first message to Congress, 1923.
Black and white image of President Calvin Coolidge with members of the American Association of Engineers, 1924.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge at the laying of the cornerstone of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial, 1923.
Black and white photo of President Calvin Coolidge standing with members of National Association of Retail Druggists, 1924.
Black and white photograph of President Calvin Coolidge and Helen Keller, January 11th 1926.
Black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt Jr shaking hands with Calvin Coolidge, September 26th 1924.
Black and white image of Camp no. 5 of the National Indian War Veterans, District of Columbia, posed with President Coolidge, 1927.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge, half-length portrait, seated at desk in Oval Office, facing front, August 15th, 1923.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge with Herbert Hoover and members of the Radiomans Association, October 7th 1924.
Black and white photo of Col. Chas. Lindbergh and his mother with the President and Mrs. Coolidge, June 12th 1927.
President Coolidge, seated at desk, poised to sign document, the Cameron Bill, which authorizes the construction of the Coolidge Dam in Arizona. There are men standing behind him. June 7th 1924.
Photograph of Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover passing the White House in a car during Herbert Hoover's inauguration, March 4 1929.
Black and white photograph of President Coolidge taking oath prior to casting ballot in 1924 presidential election.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge and unidentified man riding in convertible automobile, 1923.
Photograph of President Coolidge posed with crowd of members of the National Association of Creditmen, with the White House behind them, June 11th 1925.
Photo of President Calvin Coolidge standing on steps in front of crowd of members of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, June 5th 1925.
Photo of Grand Masters of Masons in Washington for a conference posed standing with President Coolidge, outside the White House, February 19th 1929.
Photo of Mr. Coolidge becoming an honorary member of the Smoki, i.e., Hopi tribe of Arizona--Miss Grace M. Sparks, Secty. of the Chamber of Commerce of Prescott, Ariz. and H.M. Watkins, Secty. of the Chamber of Phoenix, 1924.
Photo of President Calvin Coolidge placing the Congressional Medal of Honor around Thomas J. Ryan's neck, as military officers look on, March 15th 1924.
Black and white photo of William Augustine Scully (left) of the Republican National Committee and a group of foreign born American citizens.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge with winners of safety prizes of the Highway Education Board, National Automobile Chamber of Commerce, April 4th 1925.
Black and white photo of Pres. and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge and sons, John Coolidge; and Calvin Jr, full-length portrait, standing on steps, June 30th 1924.
Black and white image of members of the Textile Manufacturers Association present scarfs to Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge, 1925.
Photograph of President Coolidge posed with Vada Watson, the Kansas wheat girl, and group of men on steps, 1925.
Black and white image of President Calvin Coolidge with members of the Military Order of the World War, on the White House lawn, 1923.
Black and white image of President Calvin Coolidge posed, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, with four Osage Indians, White House in the background, 1925.
Black and white photo of Miss Ruth Muskrat, a Cherokee Indian, presenting Mr. Coolidge with a copy of The Red Man in the United States, a survey of the present day American Indian, December 13th 1923.
Photo of President Coolidge standing with members of the American Association of University Women on the White House lawn. Visible in the background is the White House scaffolded for repairs, 1924.
Photo of President Calvin Coolidge holding the Congressional Medal of Honor which has been placed around Henry Breault's neck, March 8th 1924.
Black and white photograph of President Calvin Coolidge, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left, with wife and son, on back of railroad train.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge and Thomas Lee, Mississippi River hero, shaking hands, May 28th 1925.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge, full-length portraits, standing, with group of women, 1925.
Image of President Coolidge standing on steps of the Patterson home, with one of the family's dogs, 1927.
Black and white photograph of Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover and an unidentified driver in an automobile, 1928.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge with Vice President and Mrs. Dawes, standing, full-length, on North Portico of the White House, 1920s.
Black and white image of President Coolidge standing with members of the National Association of Hotel Owners, on the White House lawn, 1923.
Black and white Theodore R. David image of Thaddeus Stevens closing the debate in the House, March 2 1868.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge walking with members of the Fine Arts Commission, 1923.
Black and white image of President Coolidge standing with members of the American Chemical Society on the White House lawn. White House in the background, scaffolded for repairs, 1924.
Black and white photograph of Calvin Coolidge and his wife, full-length portrait, seated in wicker armchairs, June 30th 1924.
Black and white photograph of members of the Brooklyn New York Chamber of Commerce led by Raymond H. Fiero, posed standing with President Coolidge, February 23rd 1929.
President and Mrs. Coolidge standing, full-length portrait, with Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover and Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg, at Union Station, on their return from Swampscott, September 10th 1925.
Black and white photograph of President Coolidge posed, standing with members of the Fur Traders Association, 1924.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge, Mother Jones, and Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., full-length portraits, standing, 1924.
Photograph in black and white of Calvin Coolidge addressing a meeting of the Budget Committee in the absence of President Harding in 1923.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge posing with Navy officers and a large white dog, May 21st 1925.
Black and white photo of Mrs. Calvin Coolidge enrolling the President in the American Red Cross, October 29th 1925.
Black and white photo of Charles A. Lindbergh speaking with Calvin Coolidge, a military band and cage of homing pigeons about to be released in foreground, members of the military, photographers, and others in background, 1927.
Photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge on the Lydonia yacht, April 19th 1927.
Photo of Charles A. Frazer presenting President Coolidge with an American Automobile Association emblem before a small gathering of AAA members on the White House lawn, October 24th 1923.
Black and white photo of President Calvin Coolidge, seated in awicker arm chair, and sons, John Coolidge and Calvin Jr standing behind him, June 30th 1924.
Black and white photograph of President Calvin Coolidge standing at a podium at Decoration Day ceremonies, Arlington, Virginia on May 30th 1925.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge standing with members of the National Motors Asociation on White House lawn, 1923.
Sepia toned photograph of President Calvin Coolidge, Mrs. Coolidge and Senator Curtis on the way to the Capitol as they sit in a convertible automobile, March 4th 1925.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge receiving a statue of boy scout, outside the White House, 1927.
Black and white photo of Calvin Coolidge posed standing with Edward T. Clark, 1923.
Photo of President Calvin Coolidge speaking to a crowd from the steps of the White House, which has scaffolding around it, April 24th 1924.
Photograph of President Coolidge with Bucky Harris on his right and John McGraw on his left, posed with members of the two teams before World Series game; Mrs. Coolidge on Harris's right and umpires and announcers in the center, October 10th 1924.
Photo of President Coolidge awarding medal to Floyd Bennett as Richard Byrd stands at left, looking on with others, February 19th 1927.
Black and white photo of President Calvin Coolidge, Mrs. Coolidge and Senator Curtis on the way to the Capitol as they sit in a convertible automobile, March 4th 1925.
Black and white stock photograph of a group of men, the owners of Muscle Shoals, at the white house, including Hugo LaFayette Black, Governor Bibb Graves, and Senator Oscar Wilder Underwood, and President John Calvin Coolidge Jr, all standing with their arms in front of them or at their sides, near steps, 1927.
Photo of President Coolidge in cowboy outfit, standing in field with photographers, mountain in background, July 12th 1927.
Black and white photo of President Calvin Coolidge on the White House lawn, with members of the House Agricultural Committee and a group of western farmers, January 12th 1924.
Black and white Kurz & Allison image of Benjamin Harrison in uniform, on horseback, leading a brigade of soldiers, Battle of Resaca. Am American flag is in the background.
Mono toned image of President Coolidge, full-length portrait, standing on south lawn of White House, facing front, February 26th 1925.
Black and white photo of President Calvin Coolidge illuminating the community Christmas tree, which has been erected on the Monument Grounds, south of the White House, December 24th 1923.
Black and white photo of President Coolidge, half-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left, speaking at graduation exercises at Howard University, June 6th 1924.
Black and white photo of Miss Janet Moffett signing up President Coolidge for the Red Cross drive, 1923.
Scene at the First Congressional Church when the President and Mrs. Coolidge attended Easter services, April 12th 1925.
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge standing on steps, with their two sons, John Coolidge and Calvin Jr, and their pet dog, June 30th 1924.
Black and white image of Calvin Coolidge with a large group of women, including Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, Representatives of sixteen National Womens Patriotic Societies.
Louis Dalrymple image of a cartoon showing on the left, William J. Bryan holding paper, "We denounce arbitrary interference by federal authorities, in local affairs, as a violation of the Constitution, etc." as he faces Tillman, Altgeld, Debs, and J.P. Jones, who are raising flag, "dis-order and mis-rule"; on the right, Jefferson Davis holds paper reading the same, as he faces Abraham Lincoln and the Union Army.
Black and white photograph of Vinnie Ream at work upon her Lincoln bust which rests upon the stand she used in the White House while President Lincoln posed for her. She is standing, facing front, next to the bust of Lincoln.
Black and white image of a bitterly anti-Lincoln cartoon, based on slanderous newspaper reports of the President's callous disregard of the misery of Union troops at the front. The story that Lincoln had joked on the field at Antietam appeared in the "New York World." Holding a plaid Scotch cap Lincoln stands on the battlefield at Antietam, which is littered with Union dead and wounded. He instructs his friend Marshal Lamon, who stands with his back toward the viewer and his hand over his face, to "sing us Picayune Butler,' or something else that's funny."
Black and white A.H. Ritchie image of Lincoln dying as he rests in a bed, many people gathered around him.
Black and white image of bust portraits of presidential candidate Benjamin Harrison and vice presidential candidate Levi P. Morton, between them are two columns topped with bust portraits of Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant, between the columns is the text of the Republican platform, above which is an eagle; atop the central motif is a bust portrait of George Washington. A garland flows around the main body of the print; on it are stars labeled with the initials of each state and the number of their electoral votes; it includes stars for ten territories and the District of Columbia.
Black and white Edward Anthony photograph of Andrew Jackson, head-and-shoulders portrait, nearly in profile to left, leaning against pillow.
Black and white image of another venomous attack on the Lincoln administration by the artist of "The Commander-in-Chief Conciliating the Soldier's Votes," and "The Sportsman Upset by the Recoil of His Own Gun." Here Lincoln and his cabinet are shown in a disorderly backstage set, preparing for a production of Shakespeare's "Othello." Lincoln (center) in blackface plays the title role. He recites, "O, that the slave had forty thousand lives! I am not valiant neither:--But why should honour outlive honesty? Let it go all." Behind Lincoln two men, one with his leg over a chair, comment on Lincoln's reading. "Not quite appropriately costumed, is he?" comments the first. The second replies, "Costumed, my dear Sir? Never was such enthusiasm for art:--Blacked himself all over to play the part, Sir!" These may be Republicans Charles Sumner and Thaddeus Stevens. Before them is a wastebasket of discarded documents, including the Constitution, Crittenden Compromise, Monroe Doctrine, "Webster's Speeches," "Decisions of Supreme Court," and "Douglass." At left five ballerinas stand beneath a playbill advertising "Treasury Department, A New Way to Pay Old Debts . . . Raising the Wind . . . Ballet Divertissement." Near their feet is a pile of silver and plate, "Properties of the White House." They listen to a fiddler who, with his back turned to the viewer, stands lecturing before them. At right Secretary of War Edwin McMasters Stanton instructs a small troop of Union soldiers waiting in the wings to ". . . remember, you're to go on in the procession in the first Act and afterwards in the Farce of the Election." One soldier protests, "Now, see here, Boss that isn't fair. We were engaged to do the leading business." Nearby an obviously inebriated Secretary of State William Seward sits at a table with a bottle, muttering, "Sh--shomethin's matt'r er my little bell: The darned thing won't ring anyway confixit'." Seward reportedly once boasted that he could have any individual arrested
Black and white Alfred R. Waud image of a Ddagrammatic reconstruction of Lincoln deathbed scene with Charles Sumner, William Dennison, Robert Todd Lincoln, Joseph K Barnes, Edwin McMasters Stanton, Henry Wager Halleck, Montgomery C Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham Meigs, John Hay, Mary Todd Lincoln, and Gideon Welles.
Black and white photograph of the men responsible for securing the conspirators of the Lincon Assassination at the Arsenal, Gen. John F. Hartranft and staff. Left to right: Capt. R.A. Watts, Lt. Col. George W. Frederick, Lt. Col. William H.H. McCall, Lt. D.H. Geissinger, Gen. Hartranft, Asst. Surg. George L. Porter, Col. L.A. Dodd, Capt. Christian Rath.
Black and white Currier and Ives image of a pro-Lincoln satire. The Republican candidate ponders the miniature figures of northern and southern Democratic nominees Stephen A. Douglas (left) and John C. Breckinridge (right) which he holds before him on two oyster shells. He reflects, "These fellows have been planted so long in Washington, that they are as fat as Butter, I hardly know which to swallow first." "Planted in Washington" is a cynical reference to the years of congressional experience of Lincoln's two opponents. A sign on the wall behind Lincoln reads: "Political Oyster House., Hardshells & Softshells Constantly on hand. Democrats fried, Stewed, Roasted or on the half Shell." Douglas, a moderate Democrat, reclines on a "Soft Shell," despairing, "I'm a gone sucker!!" Breckinridge, adamantly proslavery, is on a "Hard Shell." He exclaims, "Alas! that ever I should live to be swallowed by a rail splitter!"
Black and white Thomas Nast image of a cartoon showing statue of Andrew Jackson on pig, which is over "fraud," "bribery," and "spoils," eating "plunder."
Image of Abraham Lincoln on his deathbed surrounded by large group of men: Mr Juuke, Mr Colfax, Mr Farnsworth, Mr G Welles, Young Petersen, Chief Justice Chase, Mr Petersen, Charles Sumner, Robert Lincoln, Surgeon Stone, Rufus F Andrews, Surgeon General Barnes, Gen Meade, Surgeon Crane, Gen Halleck, Mr Stanton, Mr Safford, and Postmaster Dennison.
Sepia toned Alexander Gardner photograph of Abraham Lincoln standing with several officers outside tent. Among the officers are: Col. Alexander S. Webb, Chief of Staff, 5th Corps.; Gen. George B. McClellan; Scout Adams; Dr. Jonathan Letterman, Army Medical Director; and Gen. Henry J. Hunt, 1862.
Black and white image of the funeral service over Col. Ellsworth at the White House East Room, Abraham Lincoln in attendance.
Black and white Robert Cruikshank image of a crowd in front of White House during Andrew Jackson's first inaugural reception in 1829.
Robert Cruikshank image of a crowd in front of White House during Andrew Jackson's first inaugural reception in 1829.
Sepia toned image of a crude nonpartisan satire, parodying all four candidates in the 1860 presidential election. A map of the United States hung on a wall is being torn apart by three of the candidates. Lincoln (far left) and Douglas tear at the western part of the country, as Breckinridge (center) attacks the South. The fourth, John Bell (right), stands on a stool trying to repair the northeastern section with a jar of "Spaldings," a widely marketed glue of the period. Several boxes of this adhesive appear, prominently labeled, at right. "Dividing the National Map" appears to be part of a series of satires by the same artist as "The Undecided Political Prize Fight" and "The Political Quadrille."
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln, seated next to a table, with members of his Cabinet, July 22, 1862.
Black and white image of an anti-Lincoln satire, showing the Republican incumbent and his supporters menaced by giant "Copperheads" (Peace Democrats). After a speech on May 1, 1863, asserting that the Civil War was being fought to free blacks and enslave whites, not to save the Union, Clement Laird Vallandigham, leader of the "Copperheads," was arrested and tried for treason. He had defied Union general Ambrose E. Burnside's General Order No. 38, that "the habit of declaring sympathies for the enemy [would] no longer be tolerated" and that offenders would be punished by military procedure. Bowing to Vallandigham's widespread public support, Lincoln reduced the severity of his sentence from imprisonment to banishment behind Confederate lines. Here, three huge copperheads pursue Lincoln, who tears a piece of paper "Constitution & the Union as it was." A fourth snake curls around in front of him. The quotation is from a speech given by Vallandigham in May 1862: "To maintain the Constitution as it is and to restore the Union as it was." Lincoln, who is barefoot and in backwoods dress, drops a paper that reads, "New Black Constitution [signed] A. L. & Co." One of the snakes says, "If you cant read that document drop it." Two others hiss, "Hit him again," and "Ah, you cuss. I thought you had a little nigger on the brain." Lincoln calls to two freedmen who follow him, "Go back to your master, dont think you are free because you are emancipated," but they implore, "Fadderrrr Abrum" and "Take us to your Bussum." A minuscule black man who has fallen from inside Lincoln's hat cries, "Ise going back to de sile." At far left Burnside, who holds a flaming torch, is being choked by a snake representing Vallandigham. The significance of the torch is unclear, although it resembles the lanterns of the Wide-Awakes, active in Lincoln's 1860 presidential campaign. Burnside begs, "Oh, dear Clement you are hugging too tight." Vallandigham responds, "Look here if you think to Burn-my Side
Black and white DM Carter and AH Ritchie image of Andrew Jackson, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, hand resting on table.
Black and white engraved image of Abraham Lincoln, in a life preserver labeled "Union", on a storm tossed sea, pushing away an African American man who had been clinging to him; next to them floats a hat with papers labeled "Fremonts proclamation" and in the background is the mast of a ship flying a pennant "Proclamation."
Thomas Nast image of a cartoon showing statue of Andrew Jackson on pig, which is over "fraud," "bribery," and "spoils," eating "plunder."
Black and white image of an impassioned attack on Abraham Lincoln and the human toll of the Union war effort. Columbia, wearing a liberty cap and a skirt made of an American flag, demands, "Mr. Lincoln, give me back my 500,000 sons!!!" At the right, Lincoln, unfazed, sits at a writing desk, his leg thrown over the chair back. A proclamation calling for "500 Thous. More Troops," signed by him, lies at his feet. He replies, "Well the fact is--by the way that reminds me of a Story!!!" The artist refers to the false report published by the "New York World" that Lincoln joked on the battlefield of Antietam.
Black and white image of the outline of 42 states and Indian Territory, a Civil War battle scene, and Liberty holding U.S. flag and sword riding on the back of an eagle, Lincoln and his cabinet (the secretaries linked to images of the Army, Navy, Treasury, Interior, P.O. Dept., and State Department) representing the "Executive" branch, the Senate and the House of Representatives representing the "Legislative" branch, and the Supreme Court representing the "Judicial" branch of the federal government. Also, cameo portraits of "The seven builders and leading spirits of the revolution."
Black and white photograph of the rocking chair that was used by President Lincoln in Ford's Theater
Lightly tinted image by Charles H. Crosby of the profiles of Ulysses S. Grant, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington in a medallion.
Black and white image of the assassination of President Lincoln, April 1865, showing guards posted at the entrance of Ford's Theater.
Black and white image of a small crowd attending a ceremony, the Inauguration of Mr. Abraham Lincoln, construction is still not completed on the dome of U.S. Capitol, seen in the background.
Black and white engraved image of a group portrait of Lincoln's cabinet including (left to right) Postmaster General Montgomery Blair, Secretary of the Interior Caleb B. Smith, Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase, President Lincoln, Secretary of State William H. Seward, Secretary of War Simon Cameron, Attorney General Edward Bates, and Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles, seated and standing around a table.
Black and white cartoon image of a crude nonpartisan satire, parodying all four candidates in the 1860 presidential election. A map of the United States hung on a wall is being torn apart by three of the candidates. Lincoln (far left) and Douglas tear at the western part of the country, as Breckinridge (center) attacks the South. The fourth, John Bell (right), stands on a stool trying to repair the northeastern section with a jar of "Spaldings," a widely marketed glue of the period. Several boxes of this adhesive appear, prominently labeled, at right. "Dividing the National Map" appears to be part of a series of satires by the same artist as "The Undecided Political Prize Fight" and "The Political Quadrille."
Charles Magnus image of a funeral car and procession for President Abraham Lincoln in front of City Hall, New York on April 25th, 1865.
Black and white Currier & Ives image of a rare pro-Democrat cartoon presidential aspirant George Brinton McClellan is portrayed as the intermediary between Abraham Lincoln and Confederacy president Jefferson Davis. Gen. McClellan is in the center acting as a go-between in a tug-of-war over a "Map of the United States" engaged in by Lincoln (left) and Davis. He holds the two men by their lapels and asserts, "The Union must be preserved at all hazards!" Lincoln tugs at the northern side of the map, saying, "No peace without abolition." Davis pulls at the southern portion, advocating, "No peace without Separation!!"
Black and white image of President-elect Lincoln and President Buchanan (tipping his top hat) amidst cheering crowd before west gate at base of Capitol grounds, on their way to the Capitol for Lincoln's first inauguration.
Black and white Alfred R Waud image of the Great War Meeting at Washington, District of Columbia, August 6, 1862.
Image of the funeral service over Col. Ellsworth at the White House East Room, Abraham Lincoln in attendance.
Democratic cartoon image of Andrew Jackson fighting the monster Bank, depicted as dragons.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln on his deathbed surrounded by large group of men: Mr Juuke, Mr Colfax, Mr Farnsworth, Mr G Welles, Young Petersen, Chief Justice Chase, Mr Petersen, Charles Sumner, Robert Lincoln, Surgeon Stone, Rufus F Andrews, Surgeon General Barnes, Gen Meade, Surgeon Crane, Gen Halleck, Mr Stanton, Mr Safford, and Postmaster Dennison.
Black and white image of one of three anti-Lincoln satires published by Nichols in Boston at around the same time. (It was deposited for copyright on June 30, 1863, along with "Oppression!! Suppressing the Press" and "The Great American What Is It? Chased by Copper-heads." The present cartoon criticizes the Lincoln administration's mismanagement of the war, the "Four Years Contract" being the presidency. A barefoot Lincoln sits on a log labeled "Fredericksburg" (site of a major Union defeat under the leadership of Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside) and holds an ax between his legs, as he receives four members of the "Committee on War" at left, who also carry axes. He says to himself, "My axe is as dull as theirs so I hid it between my legs." The Committee on the Conduct of the War was formed in 1861 to investigate recent Union military failures. In front of them is a woodpile with logs inscribed with the names of Southern cities, such as "Richmond," "Mobile," and "Charleston." Ensconced in the pile is a tiny black man who cries out, "Massar.r.r." Beneath a nearby grindstone lurks a copperhead (nickname of the Peace Democrats, who opposed Lincoln's wartime policies). The members of the committee (from left to right) report: Man with top hat: "Mr. President. There is a nigger in the woodpile dont you here him holler. Old song." Second man: "Abe., We found Fremont [Union Officer John C. Fremont] all run out, but we have fixed him up as good as new and I invented the first lie about McClellan." In 1862 Gen. George B. McClellan was relieved from command of the Army of the Potomac (some said for political reasons) and later became the presidential candidate of the Peace Democrats. Bareheaded man: "Abe--I've been in Mac's Com-sary department and found the provisions good, as I stole a sheep that he left in Maryland and twas excellent." Man carrying a large book "Committee on War Full Report": Mr. Pres. We've got axes to grind, as they got dreadful dull in trying to cut up McClellan
Image of President-elect Lincoln and President Buchanan (tipping his top hat) amidst cheering crowd before west gate at base of Capitol grounds, on their way to the Capitol for Lincoln's first inauguration.
A. Ducote lithograph image of Andrew Jackson on horseback with another horse in tow, arriving at the White House.
Currier and Ives image of Abraham sleeping. The artist portrays a President tormented by nightmares of defeat in the election of 1864. The print probably appeared late in the campaign. (The Library's copy was deposited for copyright on September 22.) Lincoln was said to have believed in the prophetic importance of dreams. The President lies on a bed under a sheet embroidered with stars. In his dream Columbia or Liberty, wielding the severed head of a black man, stands at the door of the White House. She sends a frightened Lincoln away with a kick. Lincoln, wearing a Scotsman's plaid cap and a cape and carrying a valise, flees to the left, saying, "This don't remind me of any joke!!" The cap and cloak allude to an incident in 1861 before Lincoln's first inauguration. On being informed that an attempt would be made to assassinate him on his way to Washington, Lincoln took a night train and disguised himself in a large overcoat and Kossuth hat. The press made the most of Lincoln's timidity, and it was widely reported that Lincoln was seen wearing a Scotch plaid cap and a very long military cloak. Lincoln also carries a rolled piece of paper "To whom it may concern." For this famous announcement, see "The Sportsman Upset by the Recoil of His Own Gun," no. 1864-32. At right General McClellan, in uniform, ascends the steps to the White House, carrying a valise with his initials on it.
Image of Andrew Jackson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right.
Black and white photograph of the inauguration of Mr. Lincoln, March 4th 1861 with crowds surrounding the U.S. Capitol, which is still under construction in this image.
Image of Andrew Jackson seated in a chair.
Black and white image of Andrew Jackson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right.
Sepia toned William Waud image of Lincoln's coffin in the City Hall, Chicago.
Black and white photograph of Mrs. Norah Gridley, cousin of Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, and Miss May Coleman, using the typewriter, taken outside of and near the corner of the Lincoln Cabin, August 1891. This log cabin in Illinois was built by Thomas Lincoln and visited by his son, Abraham Lincoln.
Black and white image of a proof, printed on paper, for a small campaign badge or banner for 1860 Republican candidates Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin. The badge has interesting similarities to "Lincoln and Hamlin," featuring oval bust portraits of the two candidates surmounted by an eagle emanating rays of light and stars. Here the eagle spreads its wings and clutches arrows and an olive branch in his talons. Below the eagle is an olive branch. Directly above the portraits is a streamer with the motto: "Free Territory for a Free People." Between the portraits is a landscape with a rail fence with a break in the center. Below, an olive and an oak branch join.
Black and white Alfred Rudolph Waud image of flag raising at the white house.
Currier and Ives image of a pro-Lincoln satire. The Republican candidate ponders the miniature figures of northern and southern Democratic nominees Stephen A. Douglas (left) and John C. Breckinridge (right) which he holds before him on two oyster shells. He reflects, "These fellows have been planted so long in Washington, that they are as fat as Butter, I hardly know which to swallow first." "Planted in Washington" is a cynical reference to the years of congressional experience of Lincoln's two opponents. A sign on the wall behind Lincoln reads: "Political Oyster House., Hardshells & Softshells Constantly on hand. Democrats fried, Stewed, Roasted or on the half Shell." Douglas, a moderate Democrat, reclines on a "Soft Shell," despairing, "I'm a gone sucker!!" Breckinridge, adamantly proslavery, is on a "Hard Shell." He exclaims, "Alas! that ever I should live to be swallowed by a rail splitter!"
Sepia toned Breuker & Kessler Co image of Andrew Jackson on horseback, facing slightly right, in uniform, holding hat in right hand.
Black and white image issued in the wake of Lincoln's assassination in April 1865, the print conveys some of the Northern hostility toward the conspirators, whom the public associated with former president of the Confederacy Jefferson Davis. Uncle Sam or Brother Jonathan stands before a cage in which a hyena with the bonneted head of Jefferson Davis claws at a skull. Davis's neck is in a noose, which will begin to tighten as a man at right turns the crank of a gallows. The bonnet on Davis's head alludes to the circumstances of his recent capture. Below, a man grinds out the song "Yankee Doodle" on a hand organ. Above, the Lincoln conspirators are portrayed as "Gallow's Bird's," with their heads in nooses. From left to right they are: Michael O'Laughlin, David Herold, George Atzerodt, Lewis Paine, Mary Elizabeth Surratt, Samuel Arnold, Edman Spangler, and Dr. Samuel Mudd. Uncle Sam points his stick at a skull "Booth," on which sits a black crow. Booth had committed suicide on April 26, 1865.
Image of T.J. Downs Mammoth Uncle Tom's cabin.
Sepia toned Edward Anthony photograph of Andrew Jackson, head-and-shoulders portrait, nearly in profile to left, leaning against pillow.
Sepia toned photo of the inauguration of Mr. Lincoln, March 4th 1861 with crowds surrounding the U.S. Capitol, which is still under construction in this image.
Black and white image of the reception of the remains of Abraham Lincoln at Chicago.
Image of Andrew Jackson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.
Image of bust portraits of presidential candidate Benjamin Harrison and vice presidential candidate Levi P. Morton, between them are two columns topped with bust portraits of Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant, between the columns is the text of the Republican platform, above which is an eagle; atop the central motif is a bust portrait of George Washington. A garland flows around the main body of the print; on it are stars labeled with the initials of each state and the number of their electoral votes; it includes stars for ten territories and the District of Columbia.
Black and white image of the second in a series of anti-Lincoln satires by Bromley & Co. This number was deposited for copyright on July 1, 1864. The artist conjures up a ludicrous vision of the supposed consequences of racial equality in America in this attack on the Republican espousal of equal rights. The scene takes place in a park-like setting with a fountain in the shape of a boy on a dolphin and a large bridge in the background. A black woman (left), "Miss Dinah, Arabella, Aramintha Squash," is presented by abolitionist senator Charles Sumner to President Lincoln. Lincoln bows and says, "I shall be proud to number among my intimate friends any member of the Squash family, especially the little Squashes." The woman responds, "Ise 'quainted wid Missus Linkum I is, washed for her 'fore de hebenly Miscegenation times was cum. Dont do nuffin now but gallevant 'round wid de white gemmen! . . . " A second mixed couple sit at a small table (center) eating ice cream. The black woman says, "Ah! Horace its-its-its bully 'specially de cream." Her companion, Republican editor Horace Greeley, answers, "Ah! my dear Miss Snowball we have at last reached our political and social Paradise. Isn't it extatic?" To the right a white woman embraces a black dandy, saying, "Oh! You dear creature. I am so agitated! Go and ask Pa." He replies, "Lubly Julia Anna, name de day, when Brodder Beecher [abolitionist clergyman Henry Ward Beecher] shall make us one!" At the far right a second white woman sits on the lap of a plump black man reminding him, "Adolphus, now you'll be sure to come to my lecture tomorrow night, wont you?" He assures her, "Ill be there Honey, on de front seat, sure!" A German onlooker (far right) remarks, "Mine Got. vat a guntry, vat a beebles!" A well-dressed man with a monocle exclaims, "Most hextwadinary! Aw neva witnessed the like in all me life, if I did dem me!" An Irishwoman pulls a carriage holding a black baby and complains, "And is it to drag naggur babies t
Black and white Breuker & Kessler Co image of Andrew Jackson on horseback, facing slightly right, in uniform, holding hat in right hand.
Black and white Currier and Ives image of Abraham sleeping. The artist portrays a President tormented by nightmares of defeat in the election of 1864. The print probably appeared late in the campaign. (The Library's copy was deposited for copyright on September 22.) Lincoln was said to have believed in the prophetic importance of dreams. The President lies on a bed under a sheet embroidered with stars. In his dream Columbia or Liberty, wielding the severed head of a black man, stands at the door of the White House. She sends a frightened Lincoln away with a kick. Lincoln, wearing a Scotsman's plaid cap and a cape and carrying a valise, flees to the left, saying, "This don't remind me of any joke!!" The cap and cloak allude to an incident in 1861 before Lincoln's first inauguration. On being informed that an attempt would be made to assassinate him on his way to Washington, Lincoln took a night train and disguised himself in a large overcoat and Kossuth hat. The press made the most of Lincoln's timidity, and it was widely reported that Lincoln was seen wearing a Scotch plaid cap and a very long military cloak. Lincoln also carries a rolled piece of paper "To whom it may concern." For this famous announcement, see "The Sportsman Upset by the Recoil of His Own Gun," no. 1864-32. At right General McClellan, in uniform, ascends the steps to the White House, carrying a valise with his initials on it.
Breuker & Kessler Co image of Andrew Jackson on horseback, facing slightly right, in uniform, holding hat in right hand.
Black and white John Sartain engraved image of Abraham Lincoln as he is greeted by George Washington among a host of angels.
Black and white Alfred R waud image of Seth Kinman, the California hunter presenting president Abraham Lincoln an Elkhorn chair.
Black and white William Sartain engraved image of Abraham Lincoln, full-length portrait, sitting in chair at the left end of a table with Thomas sitting next to him, Mary Todd is sitting on the right, and Robert Todd is standing behind the table.
Black and white image of Abe linking with his significantly named cabinet.
Heavily tinted image by Charles H. Crosby of the profiles of Ulysses S. Grant, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington in a medallion.
Sepia toned image of a broadside advertising reward for capture of Lincoln assassination conspirators, illustrated with photographic prints of John H. Surratt, John Wilkes Booth, and David E. Herold.
Breuker & Kessler Co image of Andrew Jackson on horseback, facing slightly right, in uniform, holding hat in right hand.
Black and white Charles Magnus image of a funeral car and procession for President Abraham Lincoln in front of City Hall, New York on April 25th, 1865.
Image of the outline of 42 states and Indian Territory, a Civil War battle scene, and Liberty holding U.S. flag and sword riding on the back of an eagle, Lincoln and his cabinet (the secretaries linked to images of the Army, Navy, Treasury, Interior, P.O. Dept., and State Department) representing the "Executive" branch, the Senate and the House of Representatives representing the "Legislative" branch, and the Supreme Court representing the "Judicial" branch of the federal government. Also, cameo portraits of "The seven builders and leading spirits of the revolution."
Sepia toned A.H. Ritchie image of Lincoln dying as he rests in a bed, many people gathered around him.
Alfred Rudolph Waud image of flag raising at the white house.
Black and white Thomas Nast Harpers Weekly image of a cartoon showing office-seekers kneeling at base of equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson, with one saying, "St. Jackson, can't you save us? Can't you give us something?"
Black and white image of two men standing in front of a log cabin. This was Abraham Lincoln's first home in Illinois.
Black and white William Waud image of Lincoln's coffin in the City Hall, Chicago.
Sepia photo of a small crowd attending a ceremony, the Inauguration of Mr. Abraham Lincoln, construction is still not completed on the dome of U.S. Capitol, seen in the background.
Black and white image painted by Thomas Sully and engraved by James B. Longacre of Major General Andrew Jackson, standing, facing left, leaning on horse.
Image of a bitterly anti-Lincoln cartoon, based on slanderous newspaper reports of the President's callous disregard of the misery of Union troops at the front. The story that Lincoln had joked on the field at Antietam appeared in the "New York World." Holding a plaid Scotch cap Lincoln stands on the battlefield at Antietam, which is littered with Union dead and wounded. He instructs his friend Marshal Lamon, who stands with his back toward the viewer and his hand over his face, to "sing us Picayune Butler,' or something else that's funny."
Black and white image of a broadside advertising reward for capture of Lincoln assassination conspirators, illustrated with photographic prints of John H. Surratt, John Wilkes Booth, and David E. Herold.
Black and white image of The Soldier's Song - Unionism vs. Copperheadism.
Black and white Charles Severin image of General Andrew Jackson on horseback at the Battle of New Orleans, 1815.
Charles Severin image of General Andrew Jackson on horseback at the Battle of New Orleans, 1815.
Image of the reception of the remains of Abraham Lincoln at Chicago.
Black and white image of Andrew Jackson, drawn from life and engraved by J.B. Longacre
Sepia toned Currier & Ives image of a rare pro-Democrat cartoon presidential aspirant George Brinton McClellan is portrayed as the intermediary between Abraham Lincoln and Confederacy president Jefferson Davis. Gen. McClellan is in the center acting as a go-between in a tug-of-war over a "Map of the United States" engaged in by Lincoln (left) and Davis. He holds the two men by their lapels and asserts, "The Union must be preserved at all hazards!" Lincoln tugs at the northern side of the map, saying, "No peace without abolition." Davis pulls at the southern portion, advocating, "No peace without Separation!!"
Black and white Alexander Gardner image of Lewis Payne standing in an overcoat and hat, hands in pocket. Lewis was born Lewis Thornton Powell and also known as Lewis Paine or Lewis Powell. Powell attempted to kill William Seward on April 14, 1865, the same night that Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth.
Black and white John Sartain image of Andrew Jackson, full length, standing, facing right, with left hand on book on table.
Black and white photograph of John Wilkes Booth standing.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photograph of Samuel Arnold against a background of dark metal, and was presumably taken on the monitors, U.S.S. Montauk and Saugus, where the conspirators were for a time confined.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photo of George A. Atzerodt against a background of dark metal, and was presumably taken on the monitors, U.S.S. Montauk and Saugus, where the conspirators were for a time confined.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photo of Lewis Payne, in sweater, seated and manacled against a background of dark metal, and was presumably taken on the monitors, U.S.S. Montauk and Saugus, where the conspirators were for a time confined.
Black and white photo of Edman Spangler against a background of dark metal, and was presumably taken on the monitors, U.S.S. Montauk and Saugus, where the conspirators were for a time confined. He was also called, Edman Spangler, Edmund Spangler, Edward Spangler and Ned Spangler.
Black and white photograph of an unidentified man that has been erroneously taken for Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, who had a bald forehead, but is probably Hartman Richter, Atzerodt's cousin, arrested with him but later released.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photo of Edman Spangler wearing a hat, against a background of dark metal, and was presumably taken on the monitors, U.S.S. Montauk and Saugus, where the conspirators were for a time confined. He was also called, Edman Spangler, Edmund Spangler, Edward Spangler and Ned Spangler.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photo of Michael O'Laughlin against a background of dark metal, and was presumably taken on the monitors, U.S.S. Montauk and Saugus, where the conspirators were for a time confined. His last name is often mispelled and is actually Michael O'Laughlen, ending with en instead of in.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photograph of Gen John F Hartranft reading the death warrant to the conspirators on the scaffold. Mary Surratt, Lewis Paine, David Herold and George Atzerodt await their deaths. July 7th 1865.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photo of Mary Surratt, Lewis Paine, David Herold and George Atzerodt awaiting their deaths on July 7 1865.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photograph of the four conspirators of the Lincoln assassination, hanging from the scaffold. This is the execution of Mary Surratt, Lewis Paine, David Herold and George Atzerodt. July 7th 1865.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photo of coffins and open graves, ready for the bodies of the conspirators of the Lincoln assassination, July 7 1865.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photo of Mary Surratt, Lewis Paine, David Herold and George Atzerodt hanging from the gallows at their deaths on July 7 1865.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln.
Black and white portrait image of Abraham Lincoln.
Black and white photograph of Abraham Lincoln, half-length, seated.
Image of African American soldiers fighting German soldiers in World War I, and head-and-shoulders portrait of Abraham Lincoln above.
Retouched black and white Nicholas H. Shepherd image of Abraham Lincoln.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photograph of George A. Atzerolt, one of the conspirators of te assassination of President Lincoln.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing left.
Black and white image of campaign sheet music for the Lincoln candidacy. The cover illustration features an oval bust portrait of Republican nominee Abraham Lincoln, surrounded by vignettes and motifs recalling his early backwoods career. In a vignette above the portrait the candidate is shown splitting fence rails near a small cottage. A second scene, below the portrait, features a flatboat and its crew on a river. The vignettes and central portrait are framed by branches and vines. Cornstalks grow from the upper branches, and berries or olives from the lower ones. On the left are an ax, mallet, and splitting wedges. On the right are paddles, an anchor, a pike, and a rudder--implements of river life.
Black and white image of the Lincoln family looking at a book.
Black and white Mathew B Brady image of Abraham Lincoln, half-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left featured in Harpers Weekly, v. 4, (1860 Nov. 10), p. 705.
Black and white image of a caricature showing cat, Jefferson Davis, leaving bowl in which is a white cat labeled Old Abe; another cat, labeled contraband, is standing behind.
Black and white image of a caricature of Abraham Lincoln wearing Native American headdress, seated on throne, with seven cabinet officers.
Black and white photograph of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left. This photo has a lot of scratches on it.
Black and white Leopold Grozelier image of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln greeting Union generals, Cabinet members, and others at a reception. The women are wearing elegant gowns and the men are wearing suits as they all stand in a ball room.
Black and white Alexander Gardner photo of Abraham Lincoln, bust, last photographic portrait.
Black and white John H Bufford image of Abraham Lincoln facing slightly right, from the shoulders up.
Image of Abraham Lincoln above text of the Gettysburg address.
Black and white image of the front parlor in Abraham Lincoln's house, Springfield, Ill.
Black and white photograph of Abraham Lincolns campaign button with inscription "For President Abraham Lincoln."
Black and white Currier & Ives lithograph image of Abraham Lincoln with his family, Mrs. Lincoln, Robert, and Thaddeus around table.
Image of a silhouhette portrait of Abraham Lincoln with a quote from him. The text reads: Buy Liberty Bonds. That government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth. A. Lincoln.
Black and white Currier & Ives image of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theatre on April 14, 1865. In this scene Major Henry Rathbone tries to stop John Wilkes Booth as the gun shoots Lincoln. Clara Harris and Mary Todd Lincoln sit shocked next to Abe.
Black and white photograph of the inauguration of President Lincoln at U.S. Capitol, March 4, 1861.
Black and white Edwin Forbes image of a railroad train containing President Lincoln crossing Potomac Creek bridge on his way to review the Army of the Potomac.
Sepia colored image of Abraham Lincoln, the Martyr President.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln, seated, holding an album, with his son, Tad leaning on the side of the chair.
Black and white photograph of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front.
Black and white Edward Mendel image of an early campaign portrait of Republican presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln. The bust portrait is based on Samuel M. Fassett's October 1859 photograph of the Illinois Republican. Below it is a small allegorical vignette of an eagle with a shield, holding a streamer with the words "State Sovereignty" and "National Union." Beyond the eagle are a locomotive and train (left) and a steamboat (right). Holzer ("The Lincoln Image") reproduces another, larger campaign portrait of Lincoln issued by Mendel in June 1860.
Image of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States.
Currier & Ives image of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front. The text reads "Abraham Lincoln: The Martyr President."
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln showing Sojourner Truth the Bible presented by colored people of Baltimore, Executive Mansion, Washington, D.C., Oct. 29, 1864
Black and white image of African American soldiers fighting German soldiers in World War I, and head-and-shoulders portrait of Abraham Lincoln above.
Unretouched Nicholas H. Shepherd image of Abraham Lincoln. This image has a lot of scratches on it due to many years of damage.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln, seated, holding an album, with his son, Tad leaning on the side of the chair.
Black and white photograph of people gathered around a crate containing a coffin of President Abraham Lincoln, in background, empty grave and crane & pulley.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln above text of the Gettysburg address.
Image of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln greeting Union generals, Cabinet members, and others at a reception. The women are wearing elegant gowns and the men are wearing suits as they all stand in a ball room.
Black and white image of President Abraham Lincoln reviewing the Army of the Potomac on Monday, April 6, 1863.
Edwin Forbes image of a railroad train containing President Lincoln crossing Potomac Creek bridge on his way to review the Army of the Potomac.
Black and white Ed Mendel lithograph image of Abraham Lincoln.
Image of a poster for Federal Theatre Project presentation showing a head-and-shoulders portrait of Lincoln.
Black and white Currier and Ives image of Abraham Lincoln, William Tecumseh Sherman, Philip Henry Sheridan, and Ulysses S. Grant around small table with a map on it.
Black and white photograph of the theatre box in which Lincoln was assassinated at Ford's Theatre. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States and was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth on April 14th, 1865 as he attended the event of Our American Cousin.
Unretouched black and white Nicholas H. Shepherd image of Abraham Lincoln. This image has a lot of scratches on it due to many years of damage.
Image of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln greeting Union generals, Cabinet members, and others at a reception. The women are wearing elegant gowns and the men are wearing suits as they all stand in a ball room.
Sepia toned Leopold Grozelier image of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.
Black and white image of Lincoln resting in chair, top hat in lap.
Currier & Ives image of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front. The text reads "Abraham Lincoln: The Martyr President."
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln with hand on Bible, Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase administering oath of office.
Black and white image of President Abraham Lincoln.
Currier & Ives image of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theatre on April 14, 1865. In this scene Major Henry Rathbone tries to stop John Wilkes Booth as the gun shoots Lincoln. Clara Harris and Mary Todd Lincoln sit shocked next to Abe.
Black and white J Mayer & Co image of an advertisement for two publications about Lincoln, published in series by subscription: Pioneer Boy, and, The President's Words. Print shows portrait of Lincoln, and vignettes The early home, White House, On the Mississippi, and Emancipation Proclamation.
Image of a book and a stovepipe hat on a poster for "Out of the wilderness" a folk festival of the New Salem years of Lincoln.
Black and white image of the Review of the Army of the Potomac, commanded by Gen. Joe E. Hooker, by President Abraham Lincoln.
Black and white Currier and Ives image of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln shaking hands in front of monument, on which is an eagle and shield, and on top of which is a flame.
Sepia toned Alexander Gardner photograph of George A. Atzerolt, one of the conspirators of the assassination of President Lincoln.
Black and white image of the latest photograph of President Lincoln, taken on the balcony at the White House, March 6, 1865.
Black and white photograph of Abraham Lincoln, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right.
Image of Abraham Lincoln and his son Thad looking at an album.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, in oval.
Black and white image of a portrait of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left.
Black and white image of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.
Black and white image of Harriet Tubman standing and resting her hands on a chair.
Sepia toned photograph of Harriet Tubman, facing forward and sitting in a chair.
Historical sepia toned image of John Adams, Gouverneur Morris, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Jefferson around table as the leaders of the Continental congress.
Historical black and white image of John Adams, Gouverneur Morris, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Jefferson around table as the leaders of the Continental congress.
Image of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and John Adams meet at Jefferson's lodgings, on the corner of Seventh and High (Market) streets in Philadelphia, to review a draft of the Declaration of Independence.
Black and white image of John Adams standing next to a globe, facing left, holding a document.
Black and white image of John Adams seated and resting his hand on a book.
Black and white image of John Adams seated and resting his hand on a book.
Black and white image of John Adams facing left.
Black and white image of John Adams from the shoulders up, facing slightly right.
Black and white image of property of Mrs. Jephson, the present residence of John Adams, near New York City.
Historical black and white image of a portrait of John Adams.
Vintage F. Sindelar image of Uncle Sam taking hold of a man's muscular arm as the man shovels coal into a furnace. The text reads: Uncle Sam Needs That Extra Shovelful. Help Uncle Sam win the war by following these directions: 1. Fire small amounts of coal often. 2. Keep fuel bed even by putting coal on thin spots. Avoid raking and slicing. 3. Keep fuel bed about six inches thick. 3. Look out for air leaks in brickwoork. 5. Increase or decrease steam pressure by opening or closing draft damper in uptake. 6. Clean fires when the demand for steam is small, and while cleaning have the draft damper partly closed.
Vintage black and white F. Sindelar image of Uncle Sam taking hold of a man's muscular arm as the man shovels coal into a furnace. The text reads: Uncle Sam Needs That Extra Shovelful. Help Uncle Sam win the war by following these directions: 1. Fire small amounts of coal often. 2. Keep fuel bed even by putting coal on thin spots. Avoid raking and slicing. 3. Keep fuel bed about six inches thick. 3. Look out for air leaks in brickwoork. 5. Increase or decrease steam pressure by opening or closing draft damper in uptake. 6. Clean fires when the demand for steam is small, and while cleaning have the draft damper partly closed.
Black and white engraving by J. B. Longacre of John Paul Jones.
Black and white engraved image of a view of a saw mill amd block house upon Fort Anne Creek, which on Gen. Burgoyne's army advancing was set fire to by the Americans.
Evacuation of New York by the British, November 25th 1783. This black and white image depicts a man on a flagpole, replacing the British flag with an American flag as the British fleet departs New York Harbor.
Black and white lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting members of the Declaration Committee, left to right: Thomas Jefferson, Roger Sherman, Benjamin Franklin, Robert R. Livingston, and John Adams working at a table.
Black and white lithograph image by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting the escape of Sergeant Champe in the endeavor to carry out Washington's plan to capture Arnold and to save John Andre, 1780.
Image of a sensationalized portrayal of the skirmish, later to become known as the "Boston Massacre," between British soldiers and citizens of Boston on March 5, 1770. On the right, a group of seven uniformed soldiers, on the signal of an officer, fire into a crowd of civilians at left. Three of the latter lie bleeding on the ground. Two other casualties have been lifted by the crowd. In the foreground is a dog. In the background are a row of houses, the First Church, and the Town House. Behind the British troops is another row of buildings including the Royal Custom House, which bears the sign (perhaps a sardonic comment) "Butcher's Hall." Also listed are the "unhappy Sufferers" Saml Gray, Saml Maverick, James Caldwell, Crispus Attucks, and Patrick Carr (killed) and it is noted that there were "Six wounded; two of them (Christr Monk & John Clark) Mortally."
Engraving by Andre Basset depicting the burning of New York by the Americans. Several buildings along street are engulfed in flames during fire on September 19, 1776. Citizens being beaten by Redcoats, and looting by African slaves.
Black and white photo of an engraving by J.G. von Muller, 1798, after John Trumbull, showing the battle of Bunker's Hill, June 17th 1775.
Black and white F. Heppenheimer lithograph image of General George Washington kneeling and praying in the snow at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, his soldiers and officers in the background.
Currier & Ives lithograph depicting Washington's entry into New York: on the evacuation of the city by the British, November 25th 1783. Civilians stand around him as he sits on his white horse.
Image of a facsimile of the original draft of the Declaration of Independence with images of the signers around the border. The signers, shown with their pictures, of the Declaration were: George Read, Caesar Rodney, Thomas McKean, George Clymer, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Morris, John Morton, Benjamin Rush, George Ross, James Smith, James Wilson, George Taylor, John Adams, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Robert Treat Paine, Elbridge Gerry, Josiah Bartlett, William Whipple, Matthew Thornton, Stephen Hopkins, William Ellery, Lewis Morris, Philip Livingston, Francis Lewis, William Floyd, Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton, Richard Henry Lee, Francis Lightfoot Lee, Carter Braxton, Benjamin Harrison, Thomas Jefferson, George Wythe, Thomas Nelson Jr, William Hooper, John Penn, Joseph Hewes, Edward Rutledge, Arthur Middleton, Thomas Lynch Jr, Thomas Heyward Jr, Abraham Clark, John Hart, Francis Hopkinson, Richard Stockton, John Witherspoon, Samuel Huntington, Roger Sherman, William Williams, Oliver Wolcott, Charles Carroll, Samuel Chase, Thomas Stone, William Paca.
Black and white Pierre Ozanne wash drawing image of four ships breaking away from the French fleet under the command of Comte d'Estaing in pursuit of the British ship Mermaid; the French fleet arrived in the Delaware Bay on July 8, 1778.
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Black and white engraving published by John Binns, 1818 of a facsimile of the Declaration of Independence, in an ornamental oval frame with medallions of seals of the thirteen original colonies, and medallion portraits of John Hancock, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson. Above is an eagle with shield, olive branch, and arrows, holding a streamer reading "E Pluribus Unum." An incomplete state of the print was deposited for copyright by John Binns on November 4, 1818. It was accompanied by a prospectus card which describes the print thus: "A Splendid Edition of the Declaration of Independence. The Design in imitation of Bas Relief, will encircle the Declaration as a cordon of honor, surmounted by the Arms of the United States. Immediately underneath the arms, will be a large medallion portrait of General George Washington, supported by cornucopiae, and embellished with spears, flags, and other Military trophies and emblems. On the one side of this medallion portrait, will be a similar portrait of John Hancock,...and on the other, a portrait of Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence. "The arms of 'The Thirteen United States' in medallion, united by wreaths of olive leaves, will form the remainder of the cordon, which will be further enriched by some of the characteristic productions of the United States; such as the Tobacco and Indigo plants, the Cotton Shrub, Rice &c. The fac similes [sic] will be engraved by Mr. Vallance, who will execute the important part of the publication at the City of Washington, where, by permission of the Secretary of State, he will have the original signatures constantly under his eye." At the bottom of the print appears an endorsement by Secretary of State John Quincy Adams which reads, "Department of State, 19th, April 1819. I certify, that this is a Correct copy of the original Declaration of Independence, deposited at this Department; and that I have compared all the signatures of the original, and found them Ex
Black and white image of a reproduction of a painting by Emanuel Leutze, used as a sheet music cover for "The Contintental March" showing Washington crossing the Delaware on a boat.
Sepia toned lithograph by Ole Erekson, 1876 with the portraits and autographs of the signers of the United States Declaration of Independence. People included are: George Read, Caesar Rodney, Thomas McKean, George Clymer, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Morris, John Morton, Benjamin Rush, George Ross, James Smith, James Wilson, George Taylor, John Adams, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Robert Treat Paine, Elbridge Gerry, Josiah Bartlett, William Whipple, Matthew Thornton, Stephen Hopkins, William Ellery, Lewis Morris, Philip Livingston, Francis Lewis, William Floyd, Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton, Richard Henry Lee, Francis Lightfoot Lee, Carter Braxton, Benjamin Harrison, Thomas Jefferson, George Wythe, Thomas Nelson Jr, William Hooper, John Penn, Joseph Hewes, Edward Rutledge, Arthur Middleton, Thomas Lynch Jr, Thomas Heyward Jr, Abraham Clark, John Hart, Francis Hopkinson, Richard Stockton, John Witherspoon, Samuel Huntington, Roger Sherman, William Williams, Oliver Wolcott, Charles Carroll, Samuel Chase, Thomas Stone, William Paca.
Black and white lithograph by P. S. Duval, 1851 of Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, full-length portrait, in uniform.
Black and white Currier & Ives lithograph image of Sergeants Newton and Jasper of Marion's Brigade, rescuing American prisoners from the British.
N. Currier lithograph image of Molly Pitcher, the heroine of Monmouth, using a rammer on a cannon during the Battle of Monmouth. Her dead husband lies at her feet and a soldier prepares to light the fuse.
Black and white Etch by H. Phelps of showing George Washington on horseback, about to or after crossing the Delaware River, December 26, 1776.
Lithograph by E. P. & L. Restein, 1879 depicting "Evacuation day" and Washington's triumphal entry in New York City, November 25th 1783, showing George Washington and other military officers riding on horseback along a street, spectators line the street, others observe from windows.
Black and white mezzotint published by John Morris, 1778 image of Horatio Gates, three-quarter length portrait, facing left, wearing uniform, standing at table in tent, with tents and a flag with horizontal stripes in the background.
Black and white lithograph by The Werner Company, 1899, depicting the U.S. Army artillery retreat from Long Island, 1776.
Black and white image of a drawing of Ritchie's engraving "Washington with His Generals" providing a key (legend) to the figures in the drawing and a commentary on the picture. Print to which key refers in PGA - Ritchie--Washington and his generals.
Black and white lithograph by Clay, Cosack & Co. after A. M. Willard depicting three patriots, two playing drums and one playing a fife, leading troops into battle. This is titled Yankee Doodle.
Black and white image of a three-quarter length portrait of Sir William Howe in uniform. He was the Commander-in-Chief of his Majesty's forces in Amercia.
Black and white C. Tomkins, after Imogene Robinson, engraved image of George Washington on horseback, his officers and troops hailing a provision wagon train as it approaches their encampment.
Black and white engraving by W. Ketterlinus, 1807, after John Trumbull. The death of General Montgomery at Quebec.
Black and white engraving image by Alfred Jones, Simllie & Hinshelwood after A. B. Durand, depicting the capture of Major Andre.
Black and white engraving by John H. Daniels & Sons, 1903 depicting the Battle of Lexington showing the line of Minute Men being fired upon by British troops in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876 of George Washington crossing the Delaware River on December 25th 1776, previous to the battle of Trenton.
Black and white engraving by W. L. Ormsby after John Trumbull depicting the five-man drafting committee presenting their work to the Congress, the Declaration of Independence, July 4th, 1776.
Sepia toned engraving by John C. McRae, 1875, after F. A. Chapman depicting the the raising of a liberty pole in a village center on a festive occasion with many spectators, some appear to be disgruntled loyalists, in the background, several men are removing a sign bearing the likeness of King George III.
Black and white cartoon engraving image of Count de Rochambeau French General of the land forces in America reviewing the French troops.
Lithograph by E. P. & L. Restein, 1879 depicting "Evacuation day" and Washington's triumphal entry in New York City, November 25th 1783, showing George Washington and other military officers riding on horseback along a street, spectators line the street, others observe from windows.
Black and white image depicting the "Bloody Massacre" in King Street, Boston on March 5th 1770 by a party of the 29th Regt.
Lithograph image by N. Currier, 1846 depicting Major General O'Hara, surrounded by French and American soldiers handing his sword in surrender to General Lincoln. Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia, October, 1781.
Black and white image of an interior view of the Jersey, a British prison ship, during the Revolutionary War, showing prisoners and guard.
Black and white John B. White mezzotint image of General Francis Marion in his swamp encampment inviting a British officer to dinner, cold water and sweet potatoes.
Black and white engraving by E. Tisdale in John Trumbull, M'Fingal, 1795 depicting colonists preparing to tar and feather a loyalist seated on the ground as another loyalist hangs from from a gallows with a rope around his waist.
Lithograph image by N. Currier, 1846 depicting Major General O'Hara, surrounded by French and American soldiers handing his sword in surrender to General Lincoln. Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia, October, 1781.
Black and white A. Girard, 1839 lithograph image of a three-quarter length portrait of Thaddeus Koscuiszko, a friend of George Washington, standing between a cannon and maps piled on a drum.
Engraving by D. Berger, 1784, after D. Chodowiecki depicting the burning of the stamps in Boston, August, 1765, showing citizens in Boston burning proclamations from England pertaining to the stamp act of 1765.
Black and white engraving by John C. McRae, 1859, after Johannes A. Oertel depicting the "Sons of Freedom" pulling down of the statue of George III with ropes as crowd of men, women, and children watch, the Bowling Green, City of New York, July 1776.
Black and white Pierre Ozanne wash drawing image of the French fleet under the command of Comte d'Estaing leaving the Mediterranean on May 16, 1778.
Engraving by Robert Whitechchurch, 1859, after C. Schussele depicting Benjamin Franklin standing before the Lords in Council in Whitehall Chapel, London in 1774, presenting the concerns of the American colonists.
Black and white wood engraving in Harper's Weekly, November 24, 1860 of the execution of Nathan Hale on the site of East Broadway, corner of Market Street, New York, September 21, 1776. He is standing as a man prepares him for his execution. Other men stand to watch. He disguised himself as a Dutch schoolteacher in order to spy and report British troop movements to the American troops.
Lithograph by John Smith, depicting Benjamin Franklin's reception at the Court of France, 1778, showing Benjamin Franklin receiving a laurel wreath upon his head. From left to right, some of the members of the French court include: Duchesse Jules de Polignac, Princesse Lamballe (holding flowers), Diana Polignac (holding wreath), Comte de Vergennes, Mme Campan, Countesse de Neuilly, Marie-Antoinette (seated), Louis XVI, Princess Elizabeth.
Black and white image of Patrick Henry before the Virginia House of Burgesses, May 30, 1765. Engraved by Alfred Jones.
Lithograph by N. Currier depicting the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
Lithograph by Pendleton, 1830, after print published in London in 1774 depicting a mob pouring tea into the mouth of a Loyalist who has been tarred and feathered. Behind the group, on the right, is the "Liberty Tree" from which hangs a noose and a sign "Stamp Act" written upside down; on the left, revolutionaries on a ship pouring crates of tea into the water.
Lithograph image by Currier & Ives, 1876 showing George Washington standing on a platform surrounded by members of the Continental Congress. In the background, women wave their handkerchiefs.
Black and white engraving by E. Tisdale in John Trumbull, M'Fingal, 1795 depicting colonists jubilantly escorting a carriage in which sit two loyalists, one of whom appears to have been tarred and featherd. Musicians accompany the procession.
Evacuation of New York by the British, November 25th 1783. This color image depicts a man on a flagpole, replacing the British flag with an American flag as the British fleet departs New York Harbor.
Black and white Currier & Ives lithograph image of the first meeting of George Washington and Lafayette, Philadephia, Aug. 3rd, 1777
Black and white Pierre Ozanne wash drawing image of the French fleet, under the command of Comte d'Estaing, including the vessels "Languedoc," "Protecteur," and "Vaillant," anchored at Boston for repairs.
Black and white Pierre Ozanne wash drawing image of the French vessel "Languedoc" under fire from the British ship "Renown" under Captain Dawson who was taking advantage of the fact that the disabled French ship had lost her mast and rudder during strong winds the previous night, August 13, 1778.
Black and white image of the Boston Tea Party, showing citizens of Boston, disguised as Indians, boarding ships in Boston Harbor and throwing chests of tea overboard, December 18th 1773. Engraving by D. Berger, 1784, after D. Chodowiecki.
Lithograph image by Currier, 1848, depicting George Washington taking leave of the officers of his army at Francis's Traven, Broad Street, New York, December 4th 1783.
Engraving by Robert Whitechchurch, 1859, after C. Schussele depicting Benjamin Franklin standing before the Lords in Council in Whitehall Chapel, London in 1774, presenting the concerns of the American colonists.
Image of Benjamin Franklin, three-quarter length portrait, seated at a desk, looking to his right at an electrical device. In his left hand are papers upon which he is taking notes, and visible through a window to his left is lightning striking a building. Mezzotint by Edward Fisher after Mason Chamberlain.
Black and white Pierre Ozanne wash drawing image of the French fleet, under the command of Comte d'Estaing, approaching Newport, Rhode Island in an effort to engage the British fleet, August 8, 1778; shows several British ships burning in the background.
Black and white engraving by John C. McRae, 1875, after F. A. Chapman depicting the the raising of a liberty pole in a village center on a festive occasion with many spectators, some appear to be disgruntled loyalists, in the background, several men are removing a sign bearing the likeness of King George III.
Black and white John Goldar engraving of the unfortunate death of Major Andre (adjutant general to the English army) at head quarters in New York, October 2nd 1780, who was found within the American lines in the character of a spy. This image shows the execution by hanging of Major John Andre.
Black and white engraving by Alexander H. Ritchie depicting George Washington and his generals. Washington is standing in the middle of a room, surrounded by his men.
Lithograph image by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting the capture of John Andre at Tarrytown, NY on September 23rd 1780. There are 3 men surrounding Andre as he stands next to a white horse and they remove his footwear.
Black and white lithograph by Thos. Hunter, 1874 displaying portraits and autograph signatures of the framers and signers of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia, July 4th, 1776. Some listed are as follows: George Read, Caesar Rodney, Thomas McKean, George Clymer, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Morris, John Morton, Benjamin Rush, George Ross, James Smith, James Wilson, George Taylor, John Adams, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Robert Treat Paine, Elbridge Gerry, Josiah Bartlett, William Whipple, Matthew Thornton, Stephen Hopkins, William Ellery, Lewis Morris, Philip Livingston, Francis Lewis, William Floyd, Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton, Richard Henry Lee, Francis Lightfoot Lee, Carter Braxton, Benjamin Harrison, Thomas Jefferson, George Wythe, Thomas Nelson Jr, William Hooper, John Penn, Joseph Hewes, Edward Rutledge, Arthur Middleton, Thomas Lynch Jr, Thomas Heyward Jr, Abraham Clark, John Hart, Francis Hopkinson, Richard Stockton, John Witherspoon, Samuel Huntington, Roger Sherman, William Williams, Oliver Wolcott, Charles Carroll, Samuel Chase, Thomas Stone, William Paca.
Black and white N. Currier lithograph image of General George Washington riding on a white horse and carrying a flag, his troops behind him, some mean injured or dead on the ground, during the Battle of Princeton.
Black and white engraved image by Tanner, Vallance, Kearny & Co. & William Allen after John Francis Renault, 1819 depicting the British surrendering their arms to Gen. Washington after their defeat at YorkTown in Virginia October 1781. British officers on the right, with Cornwallis presenting his sword, and French and American officers, center and left, with George Washington holding his hat in his left hand. Officers identified, from left: "Lincoln, Rochambeau, Hamilton, Washington, Knox, De Lauzen, Nelson, La Fayette, Tarleton, Cornwallis, Abercrombie, O'Hara, Symmonds, Dundas, [and] Chewton." Allegorical scene on the right, behind the British, showing discord, a female figure, wearing liberty cap and floating on clouds, sends lightning bolts to up-end people and a chariot; on the left, behind American and French officers, prosperity stands next to cornucopia, with Justice and others in attendance, next to a tall pillar topped with Liberty holding staff with liberty cap.
Currier & Ives lithograph depicting Lieut. Co. Tighlman of Washington's staff, announcing the surrender of Cornwallis, from the steps of the State House, (Independence Hall) at midnight, October 23rd 1781.
Lithograph ny Currier & Ives, 1876 of Heroes of 1776, marching to the fight; local militia, led by a dummer and a fifer, marching off to war.
John Smith lithograph image depicting Benjamin Franklin's reception at the Court of France, 1778, showing Benjamin Franklin receiving a laurel wreath upon his head. From left to right, some of the members of the French court include: Duchesse Jules de Polignac, Princesse Lamballe (holding flowers), Diana Polignac (holding wreath), Comte de Vergennes, Mme Campan, Countesse de Neuilly, Marie-Antoinette (seated), Louis XVI, Princess Elizabeth.
Black and white image of Israel Putnam, three-quarter length portrait, wearing military uniform, standing, facing slightly right, with right arm resting on the barrel of a cannon, cannons firing in the background. Israel Putnam, Esq'r. major general of the Connecticut forces, and commander in chief at the engagement on Bunckers-Hill near Boston, 17 June 1775.
Image of a sensationalized portrayal of the skirmish, later to become known as the "Boston Massacre," between British soldiers and citizens of Boston on March 5, 1770. On the right, a group of seven uniformed soldiers, on the signal of an officer, fire into a crowd of civilians at left. Three of the latter lie bleeding on the ground. Two other casualties have been lifted by the crowd. In the foreground is a dog. In the background are a row of houses, the First Church, and the Town House. Behind the British troops is another row of buildings including the Royal Custom House, which bears the sign (perhaps a sardonic comment) "Butcher's Hall." Also listed are the "unhappy Sufferers" Saml Gray, Saml Maverick, James Caldwell, Crispus Attucks, and Patrick Carr (killed) and it is noted that there were "Six wounded; two of them (Christr Monk & John Clark) Mortally."
Black and white lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting the "Minute-Men" of the Revolution. There is a a man on horseback, at a home, pointing to the distance as two other men prepare to leave with their rifles. A woman on the porch passes a rifle to one man as a younger woman weeps in the background.
Black and white Edwin A. Abbey painted image of Baron von Steuben drilling Washington's army at Valley Forge in the winter.
Charles Currier lithograph image of General George Washington, kneeling in prayer at a table in a tent, his sword beside him.
Black and white N. Currier lithograph image of Molly Pitcher, the heroine of Monmouth, using a rammer on a cannon during the Battle of Monmouth. Her dead husband lies at her feet and a soldier prepares to light the fuse.
Black and white lithograph image by N. Currier, 1852, after John Trumbull depicting British officers walking next to General Lincoln between lines of American and French soldiers. Surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown Va, October 19th 1781.
Black and white engraving by John H. Daniels & Sons, 1903 depicting the Battle of Lexington showing the line of Minute Men being fired upon by British troops in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Black and white William Holl after John Faed engraved image of General George Washington on a white horse, holding a hat in one hand and sword in the other, receiving a salute on the field of Trenton.
Lithograph ny Currier & Ives, 1876 of Heroes of 1776, marching to the fight; local militia, led by a dummer and a fifer, marching off to war.
Sepia toned lithograph by Ole Erekson, 1876 with the portraits and autographs of the signers of the United States Declaration of Independence. People included are: George Read, Caesar Rodney, Thomas McKean, George Clymer, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Morris, John Morton, Benjamin Rush, George Ross, James Smith, James Wilson, George Taylor, John Adams, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Robert Treat Paine, Elbridge Gerry, Josiah Bartlett, William Whipple, Matthew Thornton, Stephen Hopkins, William Ellery, Lewis Morris, Philip Livingston, Francis Lewis, William Floyd, Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton, Richard Henry Lee, Francis Lightfoot Lee, Carter Braxton, Benjamin Harrison, Thomas Jefferson, George Wythe, Thomas Nelson Jr, William Hooper, John Penn, Joseph Hewes, Edward Rutledge, Arthur Middleton, Thomas Lynch Jr, Thomas Heyward Jr, Abraham Clark, John Hart, Francis Hopkinson, Richard Stockton, John Witherspoon, Samuel Huntington, Roger Sherman, William Williams, Oliver Wolcott, Charles Carroll, Samuel Chase, Thomas Stone, William Paca.
"Give me liberty, or give me death!" Patrick Henry delivering his great speech on the rights of the colonies, before the Virginia Assembly, convened at Richmond, March 23rd 1775, concluding with the above sentiment, which became the war cry of the revolution.
Black and white P. Hass lithograph image of George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette visiting soldiers, the suffering part of the army, at their winter encampment at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1777.
Black and white Pierre Ozanne wash drawing image of the French fleet, under the command of Comte d'Estaing, anchored outside New York, attempting to form a naval blockade to prevent the British fleet from departing, as well as preventing supply vessels from entering, July 12, 1778.
Black and white Currier & Ives lithograph depicting Washington's entry into New York: on the evacuation of the city by the British, November 25th 1783. Civilians stand around him as he sits on his white horse.
Lithograph image by T. Sinclair, 1860 showing George Washington's grand entry into New York, November 25th 1783.
Black and white C. Burt engraved image of Francis Marion "the Swamp Fox" and his band of irregulars in boats preparing to cross the Pedee River in a flat boat.
Lithograph image depicting the capture of John Andre at Tarrytown, NY on September 23rd 1780. There are 3 men surrounding Andre as he stands next to a white horse and they remove his footwear.
Lithograph image by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting the capture of John Andre at Tarrytown, NY on September 23rd 1780. There are 3 men surrounding Andre as he stands next to a white horse and they remove his footwear.
Lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting John Hancock's Defiance. John Hancock was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence on July 4 1776.
Black and white engraving by W. L. Ormsby after John Trumbull depicting the five-man drafting committee presenting their work to the Congress, the Declaration of Independence, July 4th, 1776.
Black and white J. H. Brightly wood engraved image of General Anthony Wayne and his men attacking a British fortification, the battle of Stony Point.
Black and white image of a new method of Macarony making as practiced at Boston showing two American revolutionaries tarring and feathering the tax collector. In the background, a gallows. Lithograph by Pendleton, 1830, after print published in London in 1774.
Black and white engraving by A.H. Ritchie. depicting a scene at the Battle of Lexington, 1775.
Engraving by Andre Basset depicting the burning of New York by the Americans. Several buildings along street are engulfed in flames during fire on September 19, 1776. Citizens being beaten by Redcoats, and looting by African slaves.
Black and white llman Bros., 1870 after E.L. Henry engraved image of General George Washington at the Battle of Trenton, leading the Continental Army troops as he sits on a horse.
Engraving by Robert Whitechchurch, 1859, after C. Schussele depicting Benjamin Franklin standing before the Lords in Council in Whitehall Chapel, London in 1774, presenting the concerns of the American colonists.
Lithograph by P. S. Duval, 1851 of Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, full-length portrait, in uniform.
Black and white image of David Wooster, Esqr. Commander-in-Chief of the Provincial Army against Quebec, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing left, wearing military uniform, holding pike in right hand, left hand resting on cannon.
Black and white cartoon image of a half-length portrait of a woman, right profile, with exaggerated coiffure supporting three redoubts with infantry and artillery firing at close range, tents, an artillery train, and a sea battle involving two or three ships. Large flags flying over the redoubts are decorated with a monkey, two women, and a goose. This is known as "Bunkers Hill or America's Head Dress."
Black and white lithograph image by Currier, 1848, depicting George Washington taking leave of the officers of his army at Francis's Traven, Broad Street, New York, December 4th 1783.
Black and white image depicting a group of men in a funeral procession on the banks of the Thames River with a row of warehouses in the background, one of which is labeled "The Sheffield and Birmingham Warehouse Goods now ship'd for America." At the head of the procession, Dr. W. Scott stands at the open doors to the tomb, he holds the text to his sermon, a dog relieves himself on his leg. Two flag bearers follow, behind them stands George Grenville carrying a child-sized coffin, next in line are five men, in various states of distress, followed by two bishops who bring up the rear. On the quay, behind the bishops are two bales labeled "Stamps from America" and "Black cloth return'd from America." There are three ships "Conway", "Rockingham", and "Grafton" moored in the river.
Black and white Pierre Ozanne wash drawing image of the French fleet, under the command of Comte d'Estaing, departing Newport, Rhode Island, in an effort to engage the British fleet arriving from New York under the command of Lord Howe and Admiral John Byron, August 11, 1778.
Black and white image depicting the Boston Tea Party, 1773 showing the destruction of tea at the harbor.
Black and white Currier & Ives lithograph image of Molly Pitcher using a rammer on a cannon during the Battle of Monmouth. Her dead husband lies at her feet and a soldier prepares to light the fuse, June 28th, 1778. In the background, the American flag.
Black and white I. M. Probst engraving of the defeat of the American army by General Howe with a military officer, probably British, standing before two Natives, representing America, wearing feathered skirts and headdresses, gesturing to a raging naval battle and bombardment of a fort. To the far left is a palm tree. September 19, 1777. There are ships being attacked and giant plumes of smoke.
Lithograph image by Currier & Ives, 1876 showing George Washington standing on a platform surrounded by members of the Continental Congress. In the background, women wave their handkerchiefs.
Black and white Pierre Ozanne wash drawing image of the French vessels "Languedoc" and "Marseillais" outfitted with new sails, having rejoined the French fleet under the command of Comte d'Estaing; after inconclusive fighting the French returned to Newport, Rhode Island, and the British fleet, under Lord Howe to New York, August 17, 1778.
Black and white lithograph by N. Currier depicting the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
Black and white John C. McRae engraved image of General George Washington praying under trees, military camp in background, and a horse grazing behind him, Valley Forge, PA.
Black and white D. McLellan, 1853, after Bruckner lithograph image of General George Washington, on a white horse, leading his soldiers during the battle of Princeton.
Black and white image of Benjamin Franklin, three-quarter length portrait, seated at a desk, looking to his right at an electrical device. In his left hand are papers upon which he is taking notes, and visible through a window to his left is lightning striking a building. Mezzotint by Edward Fisher after Mason Chamberlain.
Black and white lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876 of George Washington crossing the Delaware River on December 25th 1776, previous to the battle of Trenton.
Lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting John Hancock's Defiance. John Hancock was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence on July 4 1776.
Black and white N. Currier lithograph image of the surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, NY October 17th, 1777 showing British General Burgoyne surrendering his sword to General George Washington after the Battle of Saratoga.
Black and white lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting The tocsin of liberty. Rung by the State House bell, Philadelphia, July 4th, 1776. There is a man ringing the Liberty Bell while crowds in the background cheer.
Black and white Currier & Ives lithograph image of Francis Marion "the Swamp Fox" and his band of men in boats preparing to cross the Pedee River.
Black and white lithograph by Turgis depicting American, British and Hessian soldiers fighting furiously at the Siege of Yorktown.
Black and white Engraving by J. N. Gimbrede in New-York Mirror, September 24, 1842, after T. Sully of General George Washington on horseback watching as soldiers cross the Delaware River prior to the attack on the British at Trenton, New Jersey.
Black and white lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting members of the Declaration Committee, left to right: Thomas Jefferson, Roger Sherman, Benjamin Franklin, Robert R. Livingston, and John Adams working at a table.
Image depicting the Boston Tea Party, 1773 showing the destruction of tea at the harbor.
Black and white lithograph image by Currier & Ives, 1876 depicting the capture of John Andre at Tarrytown, NY on September 23rd 1780. There are 3 men surrounding Andre as he stands next to a white horse and they remove his footwear.
Currier & Ives lithograph of General Francis Marion, in his swamp encampement, offering to share his meal of sweet potatoes and water with a British officer.
Black and white Sayer & Bennett Mezzotint image of Capt. Paul Jones shooting a sailor who had attempted a strike his colours in an engagement.
Lithograph by The Werner Company, 1899, depicting the U.S. Army artillery retreat from Long Island, 1776.
Lithograph by Clay, Cosack & Co. after A. M. Willard depicting three patriots, two playing drums and one playing a fife, leading troops into battle. This is titled Yankee Doodle.
Image of a sensationalized portrayal of the skirmish, later to become known as the "Boston Massacre," between British soldiers and citizens of Boston on March 5, 1770. On the right, a group of seven uniformed soldiers, on the signal of an officer, fire into a crowd of civilians at left. Three of the latter lie bleeding on the ground. Two other casualties have been lifted by the crowd. In the foreground is a dog. In the background are a row of houses, the First Church, and the Town House. Behind the British troops is another row of buildings including the Royal Custom House, which bears the sign (perhaps a sardonic comment) "Butcher's Hall." Also listed are the "unhappy Sufferers" Saml Gray, Saml Maverick, James Caldwell, Crispus Attucks, and Patrick Carr (killed) and it is noted that there were "Six wounded; two of them (Christr Monk & John Clark) Mortally."
Lithograph by John Smith, depicting Benjamin Franklin's reception at the Court of France, 1778, showing Benjamin Franklin receiving a laurel wreath upon his head. From left to right, some of the members of the French court include: Duchesse Jules de Polignac, Princesse Lamballe (holding flowers), Diana Polignac (holding wreath), Comte de Vergennes, Mme Campan, Countesse de Neuilly, Marie-Antoinette (seated), Louis XVI, Princess Elizabeth.
Image of a sensationalized portrayal of the skirmish, later to become known as the "Boston Massacre," between British soldiers and citizens of Boston on March 5, 1770. On the right, a group of seven uniformed soldiers, on the signal of an officer, fire into a crowd of civilians at left. Three of the latter lie bleeding on the ground. Two other casualties have been lifted by the crowd. In the foreground is a dog. In the background are a row of houses, the First Church, and the Town House. Behind the British troops is another row of buildings including the Royal Custom House, which bears the sign (perhaps a sardonic comment) "Butcher's Hall." Also listed are the "unhappy Sufferers" Saml Gray, Saml Maverick, James Caldwell, Crispus Attucks, and Patrick Carr (killed) and it is noted that there were "Six wounded; two of them (Christr Monk & John Clark) Mortally."
William Charles etched image of Charles's satire attacks the Hartford Convention, a series of secret meetings of New England Federalists held in December 1814. The artist caricatures radical secessionist leader Timothy Pickering and lampoons the inclinations toward secession by convention members Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, alleging encouragement from English King George III. In the center, on a shore kneels Timothy Pickering, with hands clasped praying, "I, Strongly and most fervently pray for the success of this great leap which will change my vulgar name into that of my Lord of Essex. God save the King." On a precipice above him, a man, representing Massachusetts, pulls two others (Rhode Island and Connecticut) toward the edge. Rhode Island: "Poor little I, what will become of me? this leap is of a frightful size -- I sink into despondency." Connecticut: "I cannot Brother Mass; let me pray and fast some time longer -- little Rhode will jump the first." Massachusetts: "What a dangerous leap!!! but we must jump Brother Conn." Across the water, on the right, sits George III with arms stretched out toward the men on the cliff. He calls, "O'tis my Yankey boys! jump in my fine fellows; plenty molasses and Codfish; plenty of goods to Smuggle; Honours, titles and Nobility into the bargain." On the left, below the cliff, is a medallion inscribed with the names of Perry, McDonough, Hull, and other heroes of the War of 1812 and decorated with a ribbon which reads, "This is the produce of the land they wish to abandon."
Image of the U.S.S. Chesapeake approaching the H.M.S. Shannon, during the War of 1812.
G. Cruikshank engraving cartoon of a British boarding party routing the crew of the Chesapeake; in a matter of minutes the crew was subdued and the British flag hoisted. The Americans are portrayed as hapless and cowardly.
Sepia toned G. Thompson wood engraving of a view from the Potomac River, of Washington, D.C. under attack by British forces under Major General Ross, August 24, 1814 during the taking of the city.
Cartoon showing President James Madison and probably John Armstrong, his secretary of war, both with bundles of papers, fleeing from Washington, with burning buildings behind them.
Sepia toned P. L. Debucourt image depicting a scene during the battle of New Orleans between the British under General Edward Pakenham and the Americans under Major General Andrew Jackson, with Mississippi River in foreground, January 8th, 1815.
Lithograph by N. Currier depicting the battle of New Orleans, January 8th, 1814.
Kurz & Allison lithograph of the Battle of Trippeceanoe showing natives fighting american troops in the forest.
N. Currier lithograph image of Perry's victory on Lake Erie fought September 10th 1813.
Lithograph by N. Currier depicting the battle of New Orleans, January 8th, 1814.
Mono toned B. Tanner engraved image of Macdonough's victory on Lake Champlain, and defeat of the British army at Plattsburg by Genl. Macomb, September 11th 1814.
G. Cruikshank engraving cartoon of a British boarding party routing the crew of the Chesapeake; in a matter of minutes the crew was subdued and the British flag hoisted. The Americans are portrayed as hapless and cowardly.
Black and white B. Tanner engraved image of the capture of the H.B.M. frigate Macedonian by the U.S. frigate United States.
Black and white John Dorival lithograph image of the Battle of the Thames, October 5th 1813. Respectfully dedicated to Andrew Jackson Esq. President of the United States.
Black and white P. L. Debucourt image depicting a scene during the battle of New Orleans between the British under General Edward Pakenham and the Americans under Major General Andrew Jackson, with Mississippi River in foreground, January 8th, 1815.
Black and white William Charles etched image of Charles's satire attacks the Hartford Convention, a series of secret meetings of New England Federalists held in December 1814. The artist caricatures radical secessionist leader Timothy Pickering and lampoons the inclinations toward secession by convention members Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, alleging encouragement from English King George III. In the center, on a shore kneels Timothy Pickering, with hands clasped praying, "I, Strongly and most fervently pray for the success of this great leap which will change my vulgar name into that of my Lord of Essex. God save the King." On a precipice above him, a man, representing Massachusetts, pulls two others (Rhode Island and Connecticut) toward the edge. Rhode Island: "Poor little I, what will become of me? this leap is of a frightful size -- I sink into despondency." Connecticut: "I cannot Brother Mass; let me pray and fast some time longer -- little Rhode will jump the first." Massachusetts: "What a dangerous leap!!! but we must jump Brother Conn." Across the water, on the right, sits George III with arms stretched out toward the men on the cliff. He calls, "O'tis my Yankey boys! jump in my fine fellows; plenty molasses and Codfish; plenty of goods to Smuggle; Honours, titles and Nobility into the bargain." On the left, below the cliff, is a medallion inscribed with the names of Perry, McDonough, Hull, and other heroes of the War of 1812 and decorated with a ribbon which reads, "This is the produce of the land they wish to abandon."
Black and white lithograph image of the U.S.S. Constitution towing the H.B.M. ship Cyane captured February 28th 1815.
Black and white N. Currier lithograph image of Perry's victory on Lake Erie fought September 10th 1813.
black and white Kurz & Allison lithograph of the Battle of Trippeceanoe showing natives fighting american troops in the forest.
Black and white lithograph by N. Currier depicting the battle of New Orleans, January 8th, 1814.
Black and white Chataigner engraved image of Peace of Ghent 1814 and triumph of America.
Black and white J. H. Bufford lithograph image of ships at the battle of Lake Erie, Commodore O. H. Perry's victory gained, September 10th, 1813.
Black and white G. Thompson wood engraving of a view from the Potomac River, of Washington, D.C. under attack by British forces under Major General Ross, August 24, 1814 during the taking of the city.
Black and white cartoon showing President James Madison and probably John Armstrong, his secretary of war, both with bundles of papers, fleeing from Washington, with burning buildings behind them.
Black and white cartoon engraved image of an American officer, General Winchester, standing stripped to the waist, his face and body covered with bold patterns in paint: stars, circles, an anchor...
Black and white image of the boarding of the American frigate Chesepeak by the officers and men of His Majesty's ship Shannon.
Black and white image of the U.S.S. Chesapeake approaching the H.M.S. Shannon, during the War of 1812.
Black and white B. Tanner etched image of Perry's victory on Lake Erie, September 10, 1813.
Black and white J. Yeager engraving depicting the Battle of New Orleans and death of Major General Packenham on the 8th of January 1815.
Black and white John B. Guerrazzi engraved image of the United States frigate Philadelphia aflame during the First Tripolitan War, 1803.
N. Currier lithograph image of the bombardment of Tripoli, 1804.
Black and white N. Currier lithograph image of the bombardment of Tripoli, 1804.
Black and white engraved image of the Tripolitan gun boats firing on the U.S.S. Philadelphia during the Tripolitan Wars, 1803. A perspective view of the loss of the U.S. frigate Philadelphia in which is represented her relative position to the Tripolitan gunboats.
Black and white portrait of Christophorus Columbus from the shoulders up.
Color image depicting Christopher Columbus being greeted by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella on his return to Spain, showing Columbus standing before the king and queen.
Image depicting Christopher Columbus and crew showing objects to Native American men and women on shore.
Black and white image of a lithograph depicting the landing of Christopher Columbus on October 11, 1492. He is standing on shore, holding a sword. One man stands behind him, holding a flag, while 4 other men kneel before him. You can also see the ships in the background.
Black and white image depicting Christopher Columbus and crew showing objects to Native American men and women on shore.
Color image of Christoper Columbus and his crew leaving the port of Palos, Spain, for the New World as a crowd of well wishers looks on.
Black and white image depicting the landing of Columbus at San Salvador, October 12, 1492, showing Columbus standing in bow of boat holding Spanish flag.
Christophorus Columbus from the shoulders up.
Color image of Christopher Columbus bidding farewell to the Queen of Spain on his departure for the New World, August 3, 1492.
Sebastiano del Piombo painting of a half length portrait of Christopher Columbus.
Black and white image depicting the first landing of Columbus on the shores of the New World.
Image depicting Christopher Columbus kneeling on a pillow in front of Queen Isabella I, holding her hand.
Black and white photograph depicting the landing of Christopher Columbus in 1492, standing on the shore with his chests, soldiers and a native.
Black and white image depicting Christopher Columbus kneeling on a pillow in front of Queen Isabella I, holding her hand.
Black and white image depicting Christopher Columbus being greeted by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella on his return to Spain, showing Columbus standing before the king and queen.
Black and white image of Christoper Columbus and his crew leaving the port of Palos, Spain, for the New World; crowd of well wishers looks on.
Black and white image depicting Christopher Columbus among Indians, showing them jewels.
Image depicting Christopher Columbus kneeling, holding a flag and sword with two other men holding flags. There are other men on land and in boats behind Columbus and three ships in background. They are on the island named San Salvador by Columbus, later called Watling Island.
Image depicting Christopher Columbus bidding farewell to the Queen Isabella of Spain on his departure for the New World, August 3, 1492.
Black and white lithograph by Turgis depicting Christopher Columbus on board his ship with his sailors.
Image depicting the first landing of Columbus on the shores of the New World.
Black and white Tobacco label showing a Native American presenting Christopher Columbus with a sheaf of tobacco leaves. Three monkeys, a dog, and a rabbit are smoking on a branch above.
Johann Thedor DeBry portrait of Christophorus Columbus from the shoulders up.
Henry Mayer cartoon showing a torch-bearing female, symbolizing the awakening of the nation's women to the desire for suffrage, striding across the western states, where women already had the right to vote, toward the east where women are reaching out to her. Printed below the cartoon is a poem by Alice Duer Miller.
Black and white George Grantham Bain photo of Garment Workers Parading on May Day, New York, 1916.
Black and white photo of a Woman's suffrage procession in Washington, D.C. being stopped by a crowd, March 3 1913.
Cover of program for the National American Women's Suffrage Association procession, showing woman, in elaborate attire, with cape, blowing long horn, from which is draped a "votes for women" banner, on decorated horse, with U.S. Capitol in background.
Black and white George Grantham Bain photograph of four women carrying ballot boxes on a stretcher during a suffrage parade in New York City, New York, October 23rd 1915.
Black and white photograph of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. Elizabeth is seated in a chair, reading papers and Susan is standing and holding the papers.
Black and white photo of Lucy Stone holding Alice Stone Blackwell, 1858. Original photo taken by Notman Photo. Co., 480 Boylston St. and 3 Park St., Boston.
Black and white profile portrait of Abigail Scott Duniway signed as "Yours for Liberty, Abigail Scott Duniway." Abigail traveled the Oregon Trail, was a teacher and an author. She wrote Captain Gray's Company, or Crossing the Plains and Living in Oregon, My Musings, and Path Breaking: An Autobiographical History of the Equal Suffrage Movement in Pacific Coast States.
Black and white George Grantham Bain photograph of strikers from Lawrence, Massachusetts, with children, in New York City, February 19 1912.
Black and white photograph of Mrs. Pethick-Lawrence, British suffrage leader, and Miss Alice Paul of the National Woman's Party, full-length portrait, standing, Washington, D.C.
Black and white photograph of the Women's Liberty Loan Committee - Liberty Loans.
Kenneth Russell Chamberlain cartoon showing a woman revising a statement on a wall. She changes "Woman's sphere is the home" to "Woman's sphere is wherever she makes good." She is holding a list of places, such as "The home" "The Law" "Industry", that can be used to complete the revised statement.
Black and white photograph of a suffrage demonstration at Park Row, NYC, 1913. This image is from the George Grantham Bain Collection.
Ralph Barton cartoon showing society women playing cards and dancing rather than voting; only one woman has taken time away from socializing to cast a ballot into a ballot box brought to her card table.
Black and white George Grantham Bain photograph of two women strikers on picket line during the "Uprising of the 20,000", garment workers strike, New York City, 1910.
Black and white portrait of Lucy Stone, shoulders up. Besides being a suffragist, she is known for being one of the first women to keep her last name after marrying. She married Henry Brown Blackwell and was the mother of Alice Stone Blackwell.
Two pages from the Scrapbooks of Elizabeth Smith Miller and Anne Fitzhugh Miller, with a photograph of Nathaniel Schmidt, brochures, clippings and other ephemera related to the Men's League for Woman Suffrage and the Equal Franchise Society.
Black and white photo of women suffragists marching in New York City, 1913.
Black and white photograph of the woman suffrage headquarters in Upper Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, 1912. At extreme right is Miss Belle Sherwin, President, National League of Women Voters. Judge Florence Ellinwood Allen is holding the flag. Mrs. Malcolm McBride is also in the photo.
Governor Edwin P. Morrow signing the Anthony Amendment. Ky. was the twenty-fourth state to ratify, January 6, 1920. This image shows the Govener sitting at his desk as he signs the amendment, surrounded by a large group, mostly women, wearing "Votes for Women" banners.
Black and white photograph of 5 men and one woman standing outside the National Anti-Suffrage Association headquarters, men looking in the window, 1911.
Photograph of Lawyer Belva Ann Lockwood seated and facing right. Belva was also a United States attorney, politician, author, and feminist.
Cover of program for the National American Women's Suffrage Association procession, showing woman, in elaborate attire, with cape, blowing long horn, from which is draped a "votes for women" banner, on decorated horse, with U.S. Capitol in background.
Black and white photograph of Suffragette headquarters at 32 Union Square, New York City with Mrs. H.S. Blatch, second from the left, 1912. There are 5 other women seated.
Black and white portrait of Julia Ward Howe, author of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." c 1902 J.E. Purdy.
Sepia toned photograph of Lawyer Inez Boissevain wearing a white cape, seated on a white horse at the National American Woman Suffrage Association parade, March 3rd 1913, Washington, D.C.
Caricature showing Iroquois women on cliff overlooking women marching with banner "woman suffrage." Savagery to "civilization"--The Indian women: We whom you pity as drudges reached centuries ago the goal that you are now nearing. Drawn by Joseph Keppler.
Black and white version of the cover of program for the National American Women's Suffrage Association procession, showing woman, in elaborate attire, with cape, blowing long horn, from which is draped a "votes for women" banner, on decorated horse, with U.S. Capitol in background.
Black and white cartoon showing clownish looking women wearing garish clothing at a meeting. The text reads "The only way we can gain women's suffrage is by making our appeal through our charm, our grace, and our beauty." Image by John Held.
Black and white portrait of Alice Stone Blackwell sitting at a desk, holding a book. She was the daughter of Henry Brown Blackwell and Lucy Stone and was very important in Women's Rights.
Sepia photograph of Frances Willard seated and facing left. Frances was a suffragist.
Black and white Bain News Service photograph of Mrs. Suffern wearing a sash and carrying a sign that says "Help us to win the vote," surrounded by a crowd of men and boys, 1914.
Black and white photograph of Gov. Gardner signing resolution ratifying amendment to U.S. Constitution granting universal franchise to women, 1919 / Carl Deeg. Gardner is surrounded by a large group of mostly women as he sits at a table in the office of Missouri Governor Frederick Gardner as he signs the resolution ratifying the 19th constitutional amendment; Missouri became the 11th state to ratify the "Anthony Amendment."
Black and white photograph of three women suffragists casting votes at Fifty-sixth and Lexington Avenue, New York City, 1917
Black and white portrait of Paulina W. Davis, American abolitionist, suffragist, and educator. Photo by Manchester Bros., engraved by J.C. Buttre, N.Y.
Black and white portrait of Susan B. Anthony, shoulders up and facing left. Taken by Mrs. L Condon.
Black and white postcard showing a girl holding up a finger to boy and poem: For the work of a day, for the taxes we pay, for the laws we obey, we want something to say.
Blue toned caricature showing Iroquois women on cliff overlooking women marching with banner "woman suffrage." Savagery to "civilization"--The Indian women: We whom you pity as drudges reached centuries ago the goal that you are now nearing. Drawn by Joseph Keppler.
The genii of intolerance A dangerous ally for the cause of women suffrage. This cartoon shows a genii "Prohibition" rising from a bottle labeled "Injustice Intolerance Hypocrisy" tearing at a woman's banner reading "Votes for Women" as the woman flees from his clutches. Engraving by Oscar Edward Cesare.
Full length black and white portrait of Maud Wood Park standing.
Black and white photograph of the head of a suffrage parade, Washington, D.C. March 3 1913, showing women suffragists marching on Pennsylvania Avenue, the Capitol in background.
Black and white photograph of the suffrage campaign days in New Jersey, showing three women attaching "Votes for women" poster to telephone pole, a beach in the background. This was taken between 1914 and 1920.
Black and white photograph of Julia Ward Howe in 1908 showing her seated, facing left and looking at the camera. Julia was an American abolitionist, social activist, and poet most recognized for "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." Mother's Day was originally conceived Julia during the American Civil War with a call to unite women against war. She wrote the Mother's Day Proclamation.
German actress Hedwig Reicher wearing costume of "Columbia" with other suffrage pageant participants standing in background in front of the Treasury Building on March 3rd 1913, in Washington D.C. The pageant featured an allegory in which Columbia summoned Justice, Charity, Liberty, Peace, and Hope to review the new crusade of women.
Print shows Benjamin F. Butler standing on a stage dressed as a clown, a list of nominations for the 1884 presidential election trails from his pocket: "Last ... Greenback ... Convict Party ... Tewksbury Pauper ... Women's Suffrage ... His own nomination"; next to him Belva Lockwood has emerged through a hole in the stage floor carrying over her head a scroll announcing the "Nomination for Pres. Women's Rights Party."
Sojourner Truth, three-quarter length portrait, standing, wearing spectacles, shawl, and peaked cap, right hand resting on cane. The caption reads "I sell the shadow to support the substance."
Black and white photograph of a portrait of Susan B. Anthony, seated in a chair next to a table, her hand on a book. She is facing left.
Magazine cover showing a Susan B. Anthony-like figure in classical dress thrusting an umbrella at a man in a toga. Another woman holds sign reading "We want our rights." Illustration by Rea Irvin, c February 20 1913.
Black and white photo of a crowd of suffragists near the White House, 1917.
Front page of the "Woman's journal and suffrage news" with the headline: "Parade struggles to victory despite disgraceful scenes" showing images of the women's suffrage parade in Washington, March 3, 1913. Pictures show General Rosalie Jones, Inez Milholland on a white horse, floats, and an aerial view of the parade.
Black and white portrait of Lucretia Mott, American Quaker, abolitionist, social reformer and proponent of women's rights, seated in a chair and facing right.
H. Schile color lithograph c1874 showing Daniel Boone fighting with a Native, as his wife cowers over their son on the left.
Color version of a Native American man hiding and watching pilgrims as they settle at Plymouth on December 11th 1620. There is a kettle over a campfire, man with a hatchet and firewood, and more pilgrims coming from the Mayflower, in snow-covered scenery. Image by Currier & Ives.
Color version of the Indians giving a talk to Colonel Bouquet in a conference at a council fire, near his camp on the banks of Muskingum in North America in October 1764. Engraved by Canot.
Color version of the Indians delivering up the English captives to Colonel Bouquet near his camp, November 1764. Engraving by Canot.
Engraving By W.H. Simmons, 1874, after George H. Boughton showing a frontiersman in buckskins and coon-skin cap holding a rifle, and a woman holding a bonnet standing in the forest. In the background Indians can be seen. c1874.
Black and white version of a Native American man hiding and watching pilgrims as they settle at Plymouth on December 11th 1620. There is a kettle over a campfire, man with a hatchet and firewood, and more pilgrims coming from the Mayflower, in snow-covered scenery. Image by Currier & Ives.
Compton Holland engraving of Pocahontas.
Black and white image of a contentious colonial-era town meeting in a church, c1795. Engraved by Elkanah Tisdale.
Etching showing Dutch soldiers, lead by Director General Peter Stuyvesant, leaving Nieuw Amsterdam after ceding it to the English. Etched by by Charles X. Harris, 1908.
Jospeh Hoover lithograph of a large gathering of Natives and Englishmen for wedding ceremony between Pocahontas and John Rolfe.
Black and white version of the marriage of Pocahontas. Engraving by John C. McRae, 1855, after Henry Brueckner.
Black and white image of the landing of the pilgrims at Plymouth Rock, Mass. 1620. In this illustration the pilgrims are stepping off of the boat onto shore. Engraving by J. Andrews, 1869, after P. F. Rothermel.
Black and white Nagel & Weingaertner lithograph of the women of Bryant's Station, Ky supplying the garrison with water and defeating the stratagem of the Indians led on by Simon Girty the renegade 1782. You can see indians spying behind a tree.
Lithograph by V. Nehlig, 1874 showing Pocahontas saving John Smith from other Natives.
K. Bodmer lithograph showing depicting the famous leap of McColloch as he is chased by indians.
Black and white image of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, Mass. December 22nd 1620. One Native American stands to the left to greet the pilgrims. The Mayflower can be seen in the background.
Image of pilgrims walking through a snowy landscape on their way to church. Photograph of painting by George H. Boughton.
Engraving by John Sartain, 1864, depicting David Zeisberger, a Moravian missionary, speaking to Indians gathered around a fire. After an 1862 oil painting by Christian Schussele called The power of the Gospel: Zeisberger preaching to the Indians.
Engraving published by John A. Lowell, 1905, after Marshall Johnson showing the Mayflower.
Black and white image of pilgrims walking through a snowy landscape toward a church. c1893.
1856 wood engraving showing John Eliot preaching to the Indians.
Image of Dutch traders in the Netherlands, trading with the Natives.
William Penn's treaty with the Indians when he founded the province of Pennsylvania in North America, 1681. Engraving By John Hall, 1775, after Benjamin West.
Black and white image of fugitives for conscience sake. Leaving the Flemish coast for America. Engraving by J. B. Hunt, 1880, after C. J. Staniland. c1880.
Black and white Nagel & Weingaertner stock photo of a lithograph depicting the heroism of Miss Elizabeth Lane during an attack by the Indians in 1777 upon Fort Henry near Wheeling. The powder became scarce, when Miss Lane determined to go to her brother's house and returned to the fort with her prize. The natives are firing guns in the background.
Black and white stock photo of women, children and a man working at various activities in a colonial-era kitchen, c 1876. The women are cooking, sewing, kneading dough, and cleaning while the children play with toys on the floor and the man peels potatoes as he sits in a chair.
Royalty-free historical stock photo of Daniel Boone protecting his family from a Native American while his wife cowers over their son to the left, by H. Schile Lithograph, c 1874.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo by Nagel & Weingaertner of a lithograph of Daniel Boone and his friends rescuing his daughter, Jemina, from the Indians.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of an engraving of Native American Indians attacking a wagon train and killing a man in the Massacre of Conococheague.
Royalty-free historical stock photo of a lithograph by Geo. H. Walker & Co., c 1892, of a female witch standing in the center of a courtroom, pointing at scared people during a witch trial.
Royalty-free historical stock photo of a lithograph by Geo. H. Walker & Co., c 1892, of people locked in a stock/pillory while being held for witch trials.
Black and white Nagel & Weingaertner lithograph of McColloch's leap. In the year 1777 Major McColloch, pursued by the Indians, saved his life by leaping down a precipice into the Wheeling Creek, Virginia.
Nagel & Weingaertner lithograph of Benjamin Logan saving Harrison from being scalped by Indians.
Black and white version of the Indians giving a talk to Colonel Bouquet in a conference at a council fire, near his camp on the banks of Muskingum in North America in October 1764. Engraved by Canot.
Black and white version of the Indians delivering up the English captives to Colonel Bouquet near his camp, November 1764. Engraving by Canot.
Black and white image of Poquanum selling Nahant to Thomas Dexter for a suit of clothes, 1630. Lithograph by Bouse and Sharp.
Black and white engraving showing pilgrims below deck on the Mayflower, signing the Mayflower Compact, November 11th, 1620.
Lithograph by Geo. H. Walker & Co., 1892 showing a witch in a courtroom. I believe this image is depicting scenes from the Salem Witch Trials.
Sepia toned image of The Witch no 1 showing a witch scaring people in a courtroom. There is lightning coming in through the window and a man lying on the floor. Cuffs are suspended in mid air.
Mezzotint by Thomas G. Appleton, 1884, after G. H. Boughton showing a puritan couple going to church. Husband and wife are walking through snow on their way to church, he carrying a rifle, she a prayer book or bible.
Hand colored engraving by Wm. Woollett, 1776, after B. West depicting The death of General Wolfe. Gen James Wolfe, lies mortally wounded on a field, surrounded by soldiers and a Native, during the siege of Quebec in 1759.
Lithograph showing the life of George Washington the soldier at the Battle of the Monongahela, by Lemercier, 1854, after Stearns.
Engraving by P. Canot, 1762, after Capt. Ince of the 35th Reg't, depicting a view of Louisburg in North America, taken near the lighthouse when that city was besieged in 1758. Image shows a view from the headlands above the lighthouse, with ships in the harbor, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, center, and distant view of the harbor.
Mezzotint by Spooner 1756, after T. Adams, showing a three quarter length portrait of Sir William Johnson, Major General of the English forces in America, with his arm resting on a cannon muzzle and holding a baton.
Wood engraving by John Andrew depicting the Defeat of General Braddock, in the French and Indian War, in Virginia, in 1755, showing Indians armed with rifles in a forest; in background British soldiers.
Black and white engraving by Wm. Woollett, 1776, after B. West depicting The death of General Wolfe. Gen James Wolfe, lies mortally wounded on a field, surrounded by soldiers and a Native, during the siege of Quebec in 1759.
Black and white image of the death of the Marquis de Montcalm during the siege of Quebec. Aquatint by Moret, 1789, after Desfontaines.
Black and white engraving of General Wolfe killed at the siege of Quebec, September 14, 1759.
Black and white engraving of a view of the taking of Quebeck by the English forces commanded by Gen. Wolfe, Sep. 13th, 1759.
Engraving by Wm. Woollett, 1776, after B. West depicting The death of General Wolfe. Gen James Wolfe, lies mortally wounded on a field, surrounded by soldiers and a Native, during the siege of Quebec in 1759.
Engraving by Wm. Woollett, 1776, after B. West depicting The death of General Wolfe. Gen James Wolfe, lies mortally wounded on a field, surrounded by soldiers and a Native, during the siege of Quebec in 1759.
Lithograph by Colton, Zahm & Roberts, 1868, after F. A. Chapman showing the arrival of Hendrick Hudson in the bay of New York, September 12, 1609.
Illustration of the discovery of the Mississippi by De Soto, and his followers, May 1541. Lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876, showing DeSoto on his horse, sword in the air.
Currier & Ives lithograph depicting the burial of De Soto. This image shows DeSoto lying on a flat boat, men and a priest standing around him as the boat is paddled through the night.
Black and white lithograph by Colton, Zahm & Roberts, 1868, after F. A. Chapman showing the arrival of Hendrick Hudson in the bay of New York, September 12, 1609.
Lewis & Browne lithograph showing Henry Hudson's crew abandoning him in Hudson's Bay the 11th of June, 1610. Most of his crew wanted to head home. Since Henry did not want to abandon his plans, they put Hudson, his teenage son John, and seven crewmen that sided with Hudson in a small open boat and set them adrift without food. The people on the open boat were never seen again.
Black and white illustration of the discovery of the Mississippi by De Soto, and his followers, May 1541. Lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1876.
Jan Van Vianen engraving showing La Salle, priests and others on shore as supplies are unloaded from a ship. La Salle explored places such as the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada, the Mississippi River, and the Gulf of Mexico, and claimed the entire Mississippi basin for France.
Illustration of Hernando De Soto and other soldiers at Tampa Bay. Drawn by Capt. S. Eastman, U.S.A. ; Engraved by James Simillie.
Illustration of the discovery of Greenland, showing a Viking ship surrounded by whales and icebergs. Created in 1875.
Illustration of Hernando De Soto, soldiers, sailors and priests landing in Florida.
Illustration of Hernando De Soto, soldiers, sailors and priests landing in Florida.
Illustration of the discovery of North America showing John and Sebastian Cabot stepping off of their boat.
Black and white image of Leif Eriksson pointing to the shore as he stears his ship through the rough seas. Image by Christian Krohg.
Black and white illustration of Henry Hudson and his companions trading with Indians on the shore; in background, Hudson's ship and a canoe. There are also dogs in the scene.
Black and white image of Samuel de Champlain and two companions looking at a river as Indians carry the canoes to the shore, c1893.
Illustration of Jacques Cartier, with two ships, ascending the St. Lawrence River c1893.
DeSoto, on horseback, his soldiers, and a priest entering an Indian village, discovering the Mississippi.
Illustration of the discovery of the American contintent by Americus showing Amerigo Vespucci and others greeting natives upon landing in the Americas. Image by Sarony & Major in Charles E. Lester and Andrew Foster.
Black and white illustration of Chief Athore with René Laudonnière, commander of the second French expedition to Florida, standing by column erected by Jean Ribaut during first expedition, showing Natives worshiping the column and many offerings placed before it. Engraving by Theodor de Bry after watercolor by Jacques Le Moyne.
Black and white illustration of Native American Indians attacking and killing alligators by ramming a pole down it's throat, turning it over, beating it with clubs, and shooting it with arrows. Engraving by Theodor de Bry after watercolor by Jacques Le Moyne.
Black and white Theodore de Bry engraving after watercolor by Jacques Le Moyne, showing native american exercises of youth.
Outina defeats Pontanou with the aid of the French. Theodor de Bry engraving showing a battle between two tribes of Florida Natives showing French support for Chief Outina's tribe.
Engraving in Theodore de Bry showing a triumphant and solemn ritual in celebration of the defeat of an enemy with Natives gathered at designated place to celebrate victory over their enemies, with Chief Holata Outina standing in foreground with French soldiers.
Black and white engraving of Native men using hollow rods which they drive into the sandy bottom of streams to collect gold and other metals. Engraved by Theodor de Bry.
Black and white photograph of an engraving of a Native village with the chief's house in the center, surrounded by huts of other principal men, and fortified by a circular arrangement of tall palings that spiral to a narrow opening at the entrance. Engraved by Theodor de Bry.
Black and white royalty-free NASA stock photo of Echo, NASA's first passive communications satellite, August 12th 1960.
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of Dr. William H. Pickering, (center) JPL Director, presenting Mariner spacecraft model to President John F. Kennedy, (right), January 1st 1961. NASA Administrator James Webb is standing directly behind the Mariner model. The Mariner 2 probe flew by Venus in 1962 after the failure of Mariner 1, sending back data on its atmosphere, mass, and weather patterns. It stopped transmitting in 1963 after delivering a wealth of scientific information. Photo Credit: NASA
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of Malcolm X waiting at Martin Luther King press conference, leaning his head on his right hand, taken by Marion S. Trikosko, March 26 1964.
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of Martin Luther King leaning on a lectern at a press conference, March 26th 1964.
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of Roy Wilkins, Executive Secretary of the NAACP.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of Ida B. Wells, head-and shoulders portrait, facing slightly right. Illustration in The Afro-American Press and Its Editors, by I. Garland Penn, 1891. Ida was a civil rights advocate, suffragist, womens rights advocate, and journalist.
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of President Lyndon B. Johnson and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. both looking tired, resting their heads on their hands. This image was taken by Yoichi R. Okamoto.
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of a group of men. Seated left to right: Bayard Rustin, Andrew Young, Rep. William Fitts Ryan, James Farmer, and John Lewis / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.
Black and white photo of Thurgood Marshall, attorney for the NAACP / [TOH], half-length, seated, wearing coat and tie. Taken by Thomas J. O'Halloran on September 17th 1957.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of Marcus Garvey seated at a desk, facing right, his hand on a gavel, August 5th 1924.
Black and white photo of the profile of W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt) Du Bois, 1904. Photo by J.E. Purdy. DuBois was a sociologist, educator, historian, writer, editor, and poet but is most widely known for being an American civil rights activist.
Black and white photo of Bayard Rustin at news briefing on the Civil Rights March on Washington in the Statler Hotel, half-length portrait, seated at table, wearing jacket bearing buttons on lapel and tie, listening to man at his right, August 27th 1963. Taken by Warren K Leffler. Bayard was also gay and open about it and politically contributed to gay and lesbian rights.
Black and white photo of Rev. Jesse Jackson showing him seated at a table, wearing a jacket and tie, gesturing with his hands. Photograph by Warren K. Leffler, July 1st 1983.
Black and white James J Kriegsman photo of Adam Clayton Powell.
Black and white Marion S. Trikosko photo of John Lewis at a meeting of American Society of Newspaper Editors, showing him seated at a table before a microphone, April 16th 1964.
Black and white photo of Mary McLeod Bethune, half-length, wearing a white blouse and a jacket, April 6 1949. This portrait was taken by Carl Van Vechten. Be sure to credit as follows: Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Carl Van Vechten Collection LC-USZ62-42476.
Royalty-free black and white stock photo of Andrew Young, Foreign Relations subcommittee on African Affairs w/ U.N. Ambassador, bust-length, seated, wearing jacket and tie. Photograph by Tom O'Halloran June 6th 1977.
Black and white stock photo of Mary Church Terrell sitting in a chair, her chin resting on her hand, wearing a white dress, between 1880 and 1900.
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt) Du Bois, taken by Cornelius M. Battey in 1918. WEB DuBois was a sociologist, educator, historian, writer, editor, and poet but is most widely known for being an American civil rights activist.
Royalty-free stock photo of 3 women riveter workers installing fixtures and assemblies to a tail fuselage section of a B-17 bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Long Beach, California, October 1942.
Royalty-free stock photo of a female Lathe operator in a yello what, blue shirt and dirty white overalls, machining parts for transport planes at the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation plant, Fort Worth, Texas, October 1942.
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of a group of riveter women welders on their way to work at the Todd Erie Basin drydock in 1943. This image shows a group of women are wearing overalls and visors or hard hats while walking together beside a building.
Stock photo of riveters, a man and woman working on an airplane. Here you see the woman, Frances Eggleston, working with a man while removing paper from the pilots window and are framed by an oval section of the airplane at the Consolidated Aircraft Corp in Fort Worth, Texas, October 1942.
Royalty-free stock photo of a riveter woman in a red bandana and red checkered shirt, positioned between parts of a mother, working on the wiring of an airplane motor at the North American Aviation Inc. plant in California, June 1942.
Royalty-free stock photo of a female riveter working on a Consolidated bomber at Consolidated Aircraft Corp in Fort Worth, Texas, October 1942. Here she is using a tool while working on rivets.
Royalty-free stock photo of a young riveter woman in a red uniform, working a war job, standing in a glass house while applying the finishing touches on the bombadier nose section of a B-17F navy bomber, Long Beach, California, October 1942.
Stock photo of a riveter woman working a war job, framed by a circular opening of a cowling, her hands through the opening, working on the lower section. This is for one of the motors of a B-25 bomber, Inglewood, California, October 1942.
Stock photo of The First Thanksgiving, 1621 by Jean Louis Gerome Ferris, showing a female pilgrim sharing the feast with the natives.
Royalty-free stock photo of The First Thanksgiving, 1621 by Jean Louis Gerome Ferris, black and white version, showing pilgrims sharing a feast with the natives. There is also a dog in the painting.
Stock photo of the daughters of the King Christian IX of Denmark, Princesses Victoria, Alexandra, and Dagmar. London, 1905. Photographer unknown.
Stock photo of a painting of Maria Fyodorovna 1912 by artist Wladimir Jegorowitsch Makowskij. This shows Maria standing in a beautiful lavender gown, in front of a chair and near a column.
Aesop, as depicted in the Nuremberg Chronicle by Hartmann Schedel showing Aesop reading a novel.
Stock photograph of an antique dress.
Picture of old buildings on California St. in Jacksonville, Oregon. This image was photographed on March, 2006.
Picture of snow on the ground at the Children's Museum in Jacksonville, Oregon. Photographed on March, 2006.
Picture of snow falling in Jacksonville, Oregon. This image was photographed on March, 2006.
Image of snowfall in front of the Jville Tavern, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Photograph of snow falling in front of the United States Hotel, Jacksonville, Oregon. I do have a release for the man in the lower left corner.
Image of the snow falling in Jacksonville, Oregon.
Photograph of downtown Jacksonville, Oregon in the snow.
Photo of the entry door of the Turner House, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Photograph of the Magnolia Inn Bed and Breakfast in Jacksonville, Oregon.
Photograph of the marble steps at the entry of the BF Dowell House, Jacksonville, Oregon. You can see where he carved his name into the first marble step.
Photo of the front entry of the BF Dowell House, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Photograph of the BF Dowell House facade, Jacksonville, Oregon. This was taken March 10th, 2006.
Photo of the historical BF Dowell House, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Photograph of the BF Dowell House, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Image of Jacksonville, Oregon's historic BF Dowell house in winter of 2006.
Photograph of the Jacksonville Musuem, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Photograph of the historical Turner House in Jacksonville, Oregon. This was taken March 10th, 2006.
Photo of Jacksonville, Oregon's McCully House in winter. This was taken March 10th, 2006.

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