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Stock Photo #4048-3849, Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition 'Index of American Design' at Marshall Field and Co., 4th floor, showing an 18th century sailor using a sextant. silkscree, 1937
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Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition 'Index of American Design' at Marshall Field and Co., 4th floor, showing an 18th ce...
Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition 'Index of American Design' at Marshall Field and Co., 4th floor, showing an 18th century sailor using a sextant. silkscree, 1937
Stock Photo #4048-4356, California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Dufferin Avenue and vehicle, Riverside, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
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California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Dufferin Avenue and vehicle, Riverside, Riverside County, c...
California, California Citrus Heritage Recording Project, view of Dufferin Avenue and vehicle, Riverside, Riverside County, circa 1930s.
Stock Photo #4048-3118, Nebraska, 'Welcome to Omaha' sign across from the Union Station, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
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Nebraska, 'Welcome to Omaha' sign across from the Union Station, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, November, 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-2473, The Civil War, Colonel John S. Mosby (1833-1916), C.S.A., Richmond, Virginia, 1865.
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The Civil War, Colonel John S. Mosby (1833-1916), C.S.A., Richmond, Virginia, 1865.
Stock Photo #4048-5066, Ysleta Mission. La Misión de Corpus Christi de San Antonio de la Ysleta del Sur, El Paso, Texas. 1960s
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Ysleta Mission. La Misión de Corpus Christi de San Antonio de la Ysleta del Sur, El Paso, Texas. 1960s
Stock Photo #4048-5954, Caricature of a surgeon holding instruments and wearing blood splattered apron and shoes. In the second half of the 19th century anesthesia allowed more invasive and frightening surgeries. 1906 by Fritz Schonpflug.
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Caricature of a surgeon holding instruments and wearing blood splattered apron and shoes. In the second half of the 19th cent...
Caricature of a surgeon holding instruments and wearing blood splattered apron and shoes. In the second half of the 19th century anesthesia allowed more invasive and frightening surgeries. 1906 by Fritz Schonpflug.
Stock Photo #4048-7388, Miners in an open tram at the Calumet and Hecla Mining Company, one of the largest and most profitable copper mines in American in the late 19th and early 20th century, employing 5000 people. The mining superintendents were traditionally Cornishmen; the workers were Finns, Poles, Italians, Irish, and other immigrant nationalities. 1906.
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Miners in an open tram at the Calumet and Hecla Mining Company, one of the largest and most profitable copper mines in Americ...
Miners in an open tram at the Calumet and Hecla Mining Company, one of the largest and most profitable copper mines in American in the late 19th and early 20th century, employing 5000 people. The mining superintendents were traditionally Cornishmen; the workers were Finns, Poles, Italians, Irish, and other immigrant nationalities. 1906.
Stock Photo #4048-3121, Nebraska, changing a tire on a trailer truck, Kearney, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, May, 1942.
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Nebraska, changing a tire on a trailer truck, Kearney, photograph by John Vachon, Omaha, May, 1942.
Stock Photo #4048-6945, Mrs. Margaret Klein and Mrs. Marvin Blumenfeld, wearing gas masks, as they pass out a health bulletin, A WOMANS VIEW OF AIR POLLUTION at the Kiel Auditorium in St. Louis. 1966
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Mrs. Margaret Klein and Mrs. Marvin Blumenfeld, wearing gas masks, as they pass out a health bulletin, A WOMANS VIEW OF AIR P...
Mrs. Margaret Klein and Mrs. Marvin Blumenfeld, wearing gas masks, as they pass out a health bulletin, A WOMANS VIEW OF AIR POLLUTION at the Kiel Auditorium in St. Louis. 1966
Stock Photo #4048-7670, New York City Sanitation Department workers destroying marijuana in a lot on Cozine Avenue in Brooklyn New York. July 1958.
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New York City Sanitation Department workers destroying marijuana in a lot on Cozine Avenue in Brooklyn New York. July 1958.
Stock Photo #4048-5243, US Army trainees learn to fire the snubnose Thompson sub-machine gun, Mitchell Field, New York 1942
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US Army trainees learn to fire the snubnose Thompson sub-machine gun, Mitchell Field, New York 1942
Stock Photo #4048-4009, New York City subway fire overcome, Broadway and West 55th Street, New York City, photograph, January 6, 1915.
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New York City subway fire overcome, Broadway and West 55th Street, New York City, photograph, January 6, 1915.
Stock Photo #4048-6638, Belva Lockwood (1830-1917), was a lawyer, politician and life long feminist. In 1879, she became the first women to be allowed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and ran for president in 1884 and 1888 on the ticket of the National Equal Rights Party.
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Belva Lockwood (1830-1917), was a lawyer, politician and life long feminist. In 1879, she became the first women to be allowe...
Belva Lockwood (1830-1917), was a lawyer, politician and life long feminist. In 1879, she became the first women to be allowed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and ran for president in 1884 and 1888 on the ticket of the National Equal Rights Party.
Stock Photo #4048-7798, Orville and Wilber Wright in 1905. DIG-ppprs-00658-00680
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Orville and Wilber Wright in 1905. DIG-ppprs-00658-00680
Stock Photo #4048-5434, 1805 Lewis and Clark map of part of the continent of North America compiled from informed travelers. Map covers western North America, from Great Lakes to the Pacific Ocean, including southern Canada and northern Mexico. Copied by Nicholas King from a sketch by William Clark, 1805
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1805 Lewis and Clark map of part of the continent of North America compiled from informed travelers. Map covers western North...
1805 Lewis and Clark map of part of the continent of North America compiled from informed travelers. Map covers western North America, from Great Lakes to the Pacific Ocean, including southern Canada and northern Mexico. Copied by Nicholas King from a sketch by William Clark, 1805
Stock Photo #4048-4076, The Civil War, Confederate prisoners on the way to the rear, captured at Five Forks, Virginia, photograph, April, 1865.
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The Civil War, Confederate prisoners on the way to the rear, captured at Five Forks, Virginia, photograph, April, 1865.
Stock Photo #4048-6795, Fingerprint record sheet from the Navy Department in 1912. Fingerprints were introduced into police investigations in the early 20th century.
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Fingerprint record sheet from the Navy Department in 1912. Fingerprints were introduced into police investigations in the ear...
Fingerprint record sheet from the Navy Department in 1912. Fingerprints were introduced into police investigations in the early 20th century.
Stock Photo #4048-4063, Medical College, Baghdad and road building, medical classroom, Iraq, photograph September 26, - October 12, 1932.
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Medical College, Baghdad and road building, medical classroom, Iraq, photograph September 26, - October 12, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-4931, Wannamaker's Grand Depot. Philadelphia, PA ca. 1896
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Wannamaker's Grand Depot. Philadelphia, PA ca. 1896
Stock Photo #4048-4154, Portrait of an Indian Fakir with monkeys, India, photograph, circa 1900s-1920s.
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Portrait of an Indian Fakir with monkeys, India, photograph, circa 1900s-1920s.
Stock Photo #4048-7730, Charles Babbage 1792-1871 English mathematician and engineer who build the most advanced mechanical calculation device of his time. His mechanical computer anticipated the development of 20th century information technology. 1871.
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Charles Babbage 1792-1871 English mathematician and engineer who build the most advanced mechanical calculation device of his...
Charles Babbage 1792-1871 English mathematician and engineer who build the most advanced mechanical calculation device of his time. His mechanical computer anticipated the development of 20th century information technology. 1871.
Stock Photo #4048-5556, Oakland, California - East Bay area, 1942
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Oakland, California - East Bay area, 1942
Stock Photo #4048-10411, Workmen laying the new railroad track on the night of September 5th. New Jersey, 1881
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Workmen laying the new railroad track on the night of September 5th. New Jersey, 1881
Stock Photo #4048-7574, Burning of the Lebanon Valley Bridge, on the Schuylkill River near Reading, Pennsylvania, by rioting strikers on 22 July, during the Great Railroad Strike of 1877.
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Burning of the Lebanon Valley Bridge, on the Schuylkill River near Reading, Pennsylvania, by rioting strikers on 22 July, dur...
Burning of the Lebanon Valley Bridge, on the Schuylkill River near Reading, Pennsylvania, by rioting strikers on 22 July, during the Great Railroad Strike of 1877.
Stock Photo #4048-7142, Antenna tower from which the first radar signal aimed at the moon was received back, two and a half seconds after it was sent. The project was lead Radar engineer John H. DeWitt, Director of the Evans Signal Laboratory of the U.S. Army at Belmar, N.J. in 1946.
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Antenna tower from which the first radar signal aimed at the moon was received back, two and a half seconds after it was sent...
Antenna tower from which the first radar signal aimed at the moon was received back, two and a half seconds after it was sent. The project was lead Radar engineer John H. DeWitt, Director of the Evans Signal Laboratory of the U.S. Army at Belmar, N.J. in 1946.
Stock Photo #4048-2629, New York City, plaza buildings reflected over park lake, photograph by Samuel H. Gottscho, February 12, 1933.
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New York City, plaza buildings reflected over park lake, photograph by Samuel H. Gottscho, February 12, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-5532, Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon, (1855-1937) secretary of the Treasury (1921?32) who reformed the tax structure of the U.S. government in the 1920s. 1926 Portrait.
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Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon, (1855-1937) secretary of the Treasury (1921?32) who reformed the tax structure of th...
Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon, (1855-1937) secretary of the Treasury (1921?32) who reformed the tax structure of the U.S. government in the 1920s. 1926 Portrait.
Stock Photo #4048-2395, John Philip Sousa (left), American composer, circa early 1900s.
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John Philip Sousa (left), American composer, circa early 1900s.
Stock Photo #4048-4423, View of the great railroad wreck, Chatsworth horror, sleeper 'Tunis' from the south, August 11, 1887
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View of the great railroad wreck, Chatsworth horror, sleeper 'Tunis' from the south, August 11, 1887
Stock Photo #4048-7307, Hanna furnaces of the Great Lakes Steel Corporation, Detroit, Michigan. The tank stores gas from the coke oven. Square building and extension in middle ground is where coal is fed to the coke oven.
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Hanna furnaces of the Great Lakes Steel Corporation, Detroit, Michigan. The tank stores gas from the coke oven. Square buildi...
Hanna furnaces of the Great Lakes Steel Corporation, Detroit, Michigan. The tank stores gas from the coke oven. Square building and extension in middle ground is where coal is fed to the coke oven.
Stock Photo #4048-3239, World War II, African American soldier carrying sack and rifle, circa 1940-1946.
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World War II, African American soldier carrying sack and rifle, circa 1940-1946.
Stock Photo #4048-2755, Movie Theaters, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Building, interior auditorium, constructed in 1911, 1365 Ontario Street, Cleveland Ohio, circa 1980s.
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Movie Theaters, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Building, interior auditorium, constructed in 1911, 1365 Ontario Street, ...
Movie Theaters, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Building, interior auditorium, constructed in 1911, 1365 Ontario Street, Cleveland Ohio, circa 1980s.
Stock Photo #4048-5154, Camel caravan on Mount of Olives, British Mandate of Palestine. 1919
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Camel caravan on Mount of Olives, British Mandate of Palestine. 1919
Stock Photo #4048-7822, Otto Lilienthal 1848-1896 flying the two surface glider in which he made sustained scientifically documented flights in the early 1890s. He died in a failed flight in 1896. LC-DIG-ppmsca-02545
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Otto Lilienthal 1848-1896 flying the two surface glider in which he made sustained scientifically documented flights in the e...
Otto Lilienthal 1848-1896 flying the two surface glider in which he made sustained scientifically documented flights in the early 1890s. He died in a failed flight in 1896. LC-DIG-ppmsca-02545
Stock Photo #4048-5933, Standing obstetrical examination as illustrated in the 1822 medical classic Nouvelles Demonstrations D'ACCOUCHEMENS (DEMONSTRATION OF NEW OBSTETRICS) by Jacques Pierre Maygrier (1771-1835) . The physician depicted is thought to be a portrait of Maygrier himself.
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Standing obstetrical examination as illustrated in the 1822 medical classic Nouvelles Demonstrations D'ACCOUCHEMENS (DEMONSTR...
Standing obstetrical examination as illustrated in the 1822 medical classic Nouvelles Demonstrations D'ACCOUCHEMENS (DEMONSTRATION OF NEW OBSTETRICS) by Jacques Pierre Maygrier (1771-1835) . The physician depicted is thought to be a portrait of Maygrier himself.
Stock Photo #4048-7001, Louis Amburg (1887-1935) was a New York labor racketeer during the 1920s and 1930s. He worked with his brother Joseph, and both brothers were killed by Murder, Inc. Joseph was killed on on September 30, 1935 and Louis on October 23, 1935.
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Louis Amburg (1887-1935) was a New York labor racketeer during the 1920s and 1930s. He worked with his brother Joseph, and bo...
Louis Amburg (1887-1935) was a New York labor racketeer during the 1920s and 1930s. He worked with his brother Joseph, and both brothers were killed by Murder, Inc. Joseph was killed on on September 30, 1935 and Louis on October 23, 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-6363, Scene from the July 4, 1857 riot in the Sixth Ward, New York City between the 'Bowery Boys' and the 'Dead Rabbits' showing women and men throwing brickbats down on the police. GANGS OF NEW YORK, Martin Scorsese's 2002 was based on the rivalry between these two gangs.
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Scene from the July 4, 1857 riot in the Sixth Ward, New York City between the 'Bowery Boys' and the 'Dead Rabbits' showing wo...
Scene from the July 4, 1857 riot in the Sixth Ward, New York City between the 'Bowery Boys' and the 'Dead Rabbits' showing women and men throwing brickbats down on the police. GANGS OF NEW YORK, Martin Scorsese's 2002 was based on the rivalry between these two gangs.
Stock Photo #4048-4622, Cowboy, rounding up herd, panoramic photo of cowboys on horseback rounding up cattle, photochrom, 1912
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Cowboy, rounding up herd, panoramic photo of cowboys on horseback rounding up cattle, photochrom, 1912
Stock Photo #4048-3894, Jerusalem, American Colony, entrance to prison, photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1898-1914.
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Jerusalem, American Colony, entrance to prison, photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1898-1914.
Stock Photo #4048-7062, Oil rig workers, called roughnecks, at work, loosening sections of pipe on an drilling platform, Kilgore, Texas. 1939 Photo by Russell Lee.
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Oil rig workers, called roughnecks, at work, loosening sections of pipe on an drilling platform, Kilgore, Texas. 1939 Photo b...
Oil rig workers, called roughnecks, at work, loosening sections of pipe on an drilling platform, Kilgore, Texas. 1939 Photo by Russell Lee.
Stock Photo #4048-3038, Baptism of Jesus Christ in the River Jordan, print circa 1867.
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Baptism of Jesus Christ in the River Jordan, print circa 1867.
Stock Photo #4048-4341, Labor, from original caption: 'Louis Gitney, a young compositor earning $7.00 a week in a Sixth Avenue printing office. He learned the trade at Public School 64.', New York City, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, February, 1917
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Labor, from original caption: 'Louis Gitney, a young compositor earning $7.00 a week in a Sixth Avenue printing office. He le...
Labor, from original caption: 'Louis Gitney, a young compositor earning $7.00 a week in a Sixth Avenue printing office. He learned the trade at Public School 64.', New York City, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, February, 1917
Stock Photo #4048-6886, Senator Hattie W. Caraway, Democrat of Arkansas, presides over Senate on May 10, 1932. In 1932 she won a special election to serve out the term of her deceased husband. Later, she won in the regular election in 1932, she became the first woman to be elected to the Senate in her own right.
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Senator Hattie W. Caraway, Democrat of Arkansas, presides over Senate on May 10, 1932. In 1932 she won a special election to ...
Senator Hattie W. Caraway, Democrat of Arkansas, presides over Senate on May 10, 1932. In 1932 she won a special election to serve out the term of her deceased husband. Later, she won in the regular election in 1932, she became the first woman to be elected to the Senate in her own right.
Stock Photo #4048-7797, German airship HINDENBURG moored at Lakehurst New Jersey. Ca. 1933-1937 15-1418M
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German airship HINDENBURG moored at Lakehurst New Jersey. Ca. 1933-1937 15-1418M
Stock Photo #4048-3045, New York City, the Terrace, Central Park, circa 1902.
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New York City, the Terrace, Central Park, circa 1902.
Stock Photo #4048-6313, Mexican man on a donkey cart emigrating to the United States via Nuevo Laredo, directly across the Rio Grande River from Laredo, Texas. Ca. 1912.
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Mexican man on a donkey cart emigrating to the United States via Nuevo Laredo, directly across the Rio Grande River from Lare...
Mexican man on a donkey cart emigrating to the United States via Nuevo Laredo, directly across the Rio Grande River from Laredo, Texas. Ca. 1912.
Stock Photo #4048-3044, Crypt of the Holy Sepulchre, Chapel of St. Helena, Jerusalem, lithograph by Louis Haghe, 1842.
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Crypt of the Holy Sepulchre, Chapel of St. Helena, Jerusalem, lithograph by Louis Haghe, 1842.
Stock Photo #4048-6217, AFTER THE EARTH QUAKE, SAN FRANCISCO. Observers in chairs amid the debris on Sacramento Streetwatch the city burn. The fires, many caused by ruptured gas lines, lasted for 3 days and were more destructive than the earthquake and its aftershocks. Photo by Arnold Genthe.
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AFTER THE EARTH QUAKE, SAN FRANCISCO. Observers in chairs amid the debris on Sacramento Streetwatch the city burn. The fires,...
AFTER THE EARTH QUAKE, SAN FRANCISCO. Observers in chairs amid the debris on Sacramento Streetwatch the city burn. The fires, many caused by ruptured gas lines, lasted for 3 days and were more destructive than the earthquake and its aftershocks. Photo by Arnold Genthe.
Stock Photo #4048-5359, New Amsterdam in 1639. Earliest map shows Manhattan, Staten Island, Fort Amsterdam, Brooklyn, Bronx, plantations, windmills, Indian Villages.
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New Amsterdam in 1639. Earliest map shows Manhattan, Staten Island, Fort Amsterdam, Brooklyn, Bronx, plantations, windmills, ...
New Amsterdam in 1639. Earliest map shows Manhattan, Staten Island, Fort Amsterdam, Brooklyn, Bronx, plantations, windmills, Indian Villages.
Stock Photo #4048-4613, Sam Houston, Democratic Senator from Texas. half plate daguerreotype, gold toned, ca. 1848
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Sam Houston, Democratic Senator from Texas. half plate daguerreotype, gold toned, ca. 1848
Stock Photo #4048-2334, World War I, Another sort of war ruin - after several days in the trenches, a British Red Cross orderly escorting a wounded, captured German soldier to a field hospital for treatment, 1914-1918.
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World War I, Another sort of war ruin - after several days in the trenches, a British Red Cross orderly escorting a wounded, ...
World War I, Another sort of war ruin - after several days in the trenches, a British Red Cross orderly escorting a wounded, captured German soldier to a field hospital for treatment, 1914-1918.
Stock Photo #4048-4388, Smoking dog in advertisement for Globe Tobacco Company, Gold Flake Cut Plug chewing tobacco, showing a young woman lounging as a dog wearing glasses smokes a pipe. On the table are a box and a tin of Gold Flake Cut Plug chewing tobacco, 1885
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Smoking dog in advertisement for Globe Tobacco Company, Gold Flake Cut Plug chewing tobacco, showing a young woman lounging a...
Smoking dog in advertisement for Globe Tobacco Company, Gold Flake Cut Plug chewing tobacco, showing a young woman lounging as a dog wearing glasses smokes a pipe. On the table are a box and a tin of Gold Flake Cut Plug chewing tobacco, 1885
Stock Photo #4048-5467, 1855 map of the British and French dominions in North America, showing the extent of the distinct colonial settlements at the beginning of the French and Indian War (1756-63).
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1855 map of the British and French dominions in North America, showing the extent of the distinct colonial settlements at the...
1855 map of the British and French dominions in North America, showing the extent of the distinct colonial settlements at the beginning of the French and Indian War (1756-63).
Stock Photo #4048-7573, The crew of a freight train abandon their locomotive at the strikers' command during the railway strike on the Wabash and Southwestern system. Texas, March 1885.
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The crew of a freight train abandon their locomotive at the strikers' command during the railway strike on the Wabash and Sou...
The crew of a freight train abandon their locomotive at the strikers' command during the railway strike on the Wabash and Southwestern system. Texas, March 1885.
Stock Photo #4048-3128, Nebraska, park and billboard, sign states: 'Lincoln has gone 40 days without a traffic fatality, help us add another day. Lincoln, photograph by John Vachon, 1942.
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Nebraska, park and billboard, sign states: 'Lincoln has gone 40 days without a traffic fatality, help us add another day. Lin...
Nebraska, park and billboard, sign states: 'Lincoln has gone 40 days without a traffic fatality, help us add another day. Lincoln, photograph by John Vachon, 1942.
Stock Photo #4048-6210, Mexican-American young women working as carrot pullers in Edinburg, Texas. February 1939 photograph by Russell Lee.
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Mexican-American young women working as carrot pullers in Edinburg, Texas. February 1939 photograph by Russell Lee.
Stock Photo #4048-3999, Child labor, pin boys at a bowling alley, from original caption: '1:00 A.M. pin boys working in subway bowling alleys, 65 South Street, Brooklyn, every night. Three smaller boys were kept out of the photo by Boss', Brooklyn, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, April, 1910.
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Child labor, pin boys at a bowling alley, from original caption: '1:00 A.M. pin boys working in subway bowling alleys, 65 Sou...
Child labor, pin boys at a bowling alley, from original caption: '1:00 A.M. pin boys working in subway bowling alleys, 65 South Street, Brooklyn, every night. Three smaller boys were kept out of the photo by Boss', Brooklyn, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, April, 1910.
Stock Photo #4048-3765, Civil War. Col. Burnside's brigade, First and Second Rhode Island, and Seventy-First New York Regiments, with their artillery, attacking the Rebel batteries at Bull Run. Handcolored lithograph, 1861
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Civil War. Col. Burnside's brigade, First and Second Rhode Island, and Seventy-First New York Regiments, with their artillery...
Civil War. Col. Burnside's brigade, First and Second Rhode Island, and Seventy-First New York Regiments, with their artillery, attacking the Rebel batteries at Bull Run. Handcolored lithograph, 1861
Stock Photo #4048-4691, Completion of Pacific Railroad, meeting of locotives of the Union and Pacific lines, the engineers shake hands, wood engraving, 1869
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Completion of Pacific Railroad, meeting of locotives of the Union and Pacific lines, the engineers shake hands, wood engravin...
Completion of Pacific Railroad, meeting of locotives of the Union and Pacific lines, the engineers shake hands, wood engraving, 1869
Stock Photo #4048-4165, New York City, closing of push cart market, Saratoga Avenue and Prospect Place, photograph by Roger Higgins, 1962
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New York City, closing of push cart market, Saratoga Avenue and Prospect Place, photograph by Roger Higgins, 1962
Stock Photo #4048-4987, The Gateway Arch. Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. St. Louis, Missouri. 1947 design, 1963-1966 construction. Photo ca. 1986
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The Gateway Arch. Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. St. Louis, Missouri. 1947 design, 1963-1966 construction. Photo ca. ...
The Gateway Arch. Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. St. Louis, Missouri. 1947 design, 1963-1966 construction. Photo ca. 1986
Stock Photo #4048-2726, Movie Theaters, the Paramount Theatre, exterior, built in 1926, Sunrise Avenue & North County Road, Palm Beach, Florida, circa 1970s.
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Movie Theaters, the Paramount Theatre, exterior, built in 1926, Sunrise Avenue & North County Road, Palm Beach, Florida, circ...
Movie Theaters, the Paramount Theatre, exterior, built in 1926, Sunrise Avenue & North County Road, Palm Beach, Florida, circa 1970s.
Stock Photo #4048-7766, Vietnamese men in a sampan on a canal near straw dwellings that house refugees from North Vietnam. 1956. LC-DIG-ppmsca-09168
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Vietnamese men in a sampan on a canal near straw dwellings that house refugees from North Vietnam. 1956. LC-DIG-ppmsca-09168
Stock Photo #4048-4259, Exercising, original caption: 'A game in the gymnasium. Henry St. Settlement', New York City, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, May, 1910
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Exercising, original caption: 'A game in the gymnasium. Henry St. Settlement', New York City, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine...
Exercising, original caption: 'A game in the gymnasium. Henry St. Settlement', New York City, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, May, 1910
Stock Photo #4048-2705, Mann's (formerly Grauman's) Chinese Theatre is the ultimate Hollywood tourist attraction, with crowds often jamming the patio to inspect handprints of movie stars. The opening of Grauman's in 1927 was the most spectacular theater opening in film history, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Los Angeles, California, 2005.
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Mann's (formerly Grauman's) Chinese Theatre is the ultimate Hollywood tourist attraction, with crowds often jamming the patio...
Mann's (formerly Grauman's) Chinese Theatre is the ultimate Hollywood tourist attraction, with crowds often jamming the patio to inspect handprints of movie stars. The opening of Grauman's in 1927 was the most spectacular theater opening in film history, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Los Angeles, California, 2005.
Stock Photo #4048-2886, Scenes of Los Angeles, Grot, a small antique store, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Redondo Beach, California, 2005.
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Scenes of Los Angeles, Grot, a small antique store, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Redondo Beach, California, 2005.
Stock Photo #4048-2975, The Civil War, Life in Camp, Stuck In the Mud, souvenir card showing the daily life of Union soldiers on the front, in the camp and on furlough, chromolithograph by Winslow Homer, circa 1864.
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The Civil War, Life in Camp, Stuck In the Mud, souvenir card showing the daily life of Union soldiers on the front, in the ca...
The Civil War, Life in Camp, Stuck In the Mud, souvenir card showing the daily life of Union soldiers on the front, in the camp and on furlough, chromolithograph by Winslow Homer, circa 1864.
Stock Photo #4048-8472, The Civil War. Southern ladies walk by Union soldier and ruins of Richmond going to receive government rations.
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The Civil War. Southern ladies walk by Union soldier and ruins of Richmond going to receive government rations.
Stock Photo #4048-7610, Overhead view of trucks loading at farm implement warehouse, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1939.
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Overhead view of trucks loading at farm implement warehouse, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1939.
Stock Photo #4048-5772, James Knox Polk, (1795-1849), 11th President of the United States. Daguerreotype portrait by Mathew Brady.
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James Knox Polk, (1795-1849), 11th President of the United States. Daguerreotype portrait by Mathew Brady.
Stock Photo #4048-4495, President Martin Van Buren drives 'Uncle Sam's Cab,' a carriage pulled by a blindered horse, which wrecks on a pile of 'Clay.' Color woodblock, 1840
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President Martin Van Buren drives 'Uncle Sam's Cab,' a carriage pulled by a blindered horse, which wrecks on a pile of 'Clay....
President Martin Van Buren drives 'Uncle Sam's Cab,' a carriage pulled by a blindered horse, which wrecks on a pile of 'Clay.' Color woodblock, 1840
Stock Photo #4048-8475, Philadelphia, The International Exposition 1876. Interior view of the exhibits in the main building.
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Philadelphia, The International Exposition 1876. Interior view of the exhibits in the main building.
Stock Photo #4048-4630, 'Horse Shoe Curve', Burlington and Missouri River. Buckhorn Mountains in background. South Dakota. photo by John C. Grabill, 1891
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'Horse Shoe Curve', Burlington and Missouri River. Buckhorn Mountains in background. South Dakota. photo by John C. Grabill, ...
'Horse Shoe Curve', Burlington and Missouri River. Buckhorn Mountains in background. South Dakota. photo by John C. Grabill, 1891
Stock Photo #4048-4710, The famous Anaconda copper smelters and mines, Butte, Montana, stereo photograph by Standard Scenic Company, 1907
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The famous Anaconda copper smelters and mines, Butte, Montana, stereo photograph by Standard Scenic Company, 1907
Stock Photo #4048-6730, Sir William Blackstone (1723-1780), English jurist and author of COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND (1765-1769), a classic historical study of the English common law.
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Sir William Blackstone (1723-1780), English jurist and author of COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND (1765-1769), a classic h...
Sir William Blackstone (1723-1780), English jurist and author of COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND (1765-1769), a classic historical study of the English common law.
Stock Photo #4048-2715, Movie Theaters, Loew's Theatre, view of stage, designed by John Eberson, an example of Churrigueresque design, 625 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1928.
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Movie Theaters, Loew's Theatre, view of stage, designed by John Eberson, an example of Churrigueresque design, 625 South Four...
Movie Theaters, Loew's Theatre, view of stage, designed by John Eberson, an example of Churrigueresque design, 625 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1928.
Stock Photo #4048-3166, Civil rights march on Washington DC, photograph shows civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr. (center left, to right of sign reading 'No U.S. dough to help Jim Crow Grow'), surrounded by crowds carrying signs, photograph by Warren K. Leffler, August 28, 1963.
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Civil rights march on Washington DC, photograph shows civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr. (center left, to...
Civil rights march on Washington DC, photograph shows civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr. (center left, to right of sign reading 'No U.S. dough to help Jim Crow Grow'), surrounded by crowds carrying signs, photograph by Warren K. Leffler, August 28, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-4098, The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, adjusting the ropes for hanging the conspirators, Washington DC, photograph by Alexander Gardner, July 7, 1865.
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The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, adjusting the ropes for hanging the conspirators, Washington DC, photograph b...
The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, adjusting the ropes for hanging the conspirators, Washington DC, photograph by Alexander Gardner, July 7, 1865.
Stock Photo #4048-2738, Long Beach, California, is a melange of architectural landmarks and utilitarian condos. Villa Riviera, left, opened in 1929 as a luxury 'own your own' apartment. It was once Southern California's second-tallest building, behind only L.A. City Hall, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Los Angeles, California, 2005.
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Long Beach, California, is a melange of architectural landmarks and utilitarian condos. Villa Riviera, left, opened in 1929 a...
Long Beach, California, is a melange of architectural landmarks and utilitarian condos. Villa Riviera, left, opened in 1929 as a luxury 'own your own' apartment. It was once Southern California's second-tallest building, behind only L.A. City Hall, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Los Angeles, California, 2005.
Stock Photo #4048-5192, Brooklyn Bridge, The great East River suspension bridge- connecting the cities of New York and Brooklyn, published by Currier & Ives, 1886
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Brooklyn Bridge, The great East River suspension bridge- connecting the cities of New York and Brooklyn, published by Currier...
Brooklyn Bridge, The great East River suspension bridge- connecting the cities of New York and Brooklyn, published by Currier & Ives, 1886
Stock Photo #4048-4798, Statue of Liberty. The torch and part of the arm of the Statue of Liberty, on display at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. Stereograph ca. 1876
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Statue of Liberty. The torch and part of the arm of the Statue of Liberty, on display at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Ph...
Statue of Liberty. The torch and part of the arm of the Statue of Liberty, on display at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. Stereograph ca. 1876
Stock Photo #4048-7384, Four prospectors posed on trail in Alaska during the Yukon gold rush in 1897.
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Four prospectors posed on trail in Alaska during the Yukon gold rush in 1897.
Stock Photo #4048-7851, Orville Wright 1871-1948 in flight over treetops covering a distance of approximately 1 760 feet in 40 1/5 seconds at Huffman Prairie Dayton Ohio. November 16 1904. LC-DIG-ppprs-00616
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Orville Wright 1871-1948 in flight over treetops covering a distance of approximately 1 760 feet in 40 1/5 seconds at Huffman...
Orville Wright 1871-1948 in flight over treetops covering a distance of approximately 1 760 feet in 40 1/5 seconds at Huffman Prairie Dayton Ohio. November 16 1904. LC-DIG-ppprs-00616
Stock Photo #4048-6801, Mrs. Ruth Hanna McCormick (1880-1944), was active in women suffrage movement and in 1928 she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. 1927 photo.
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Mrs. Ruth Hanna McCormick (1880-1944), was active in women suffrage movement and in 1928 she was elected to the U.S. House of...
Mrs. Ruth Hanna McCormick (1880-1944), was active in women suffrage movement and in 1928 she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. 1927 photo.
Stock Photo #4048-2509, Pennsylvania Station, interior, New York City, circa 1962.
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Pennsylvania Station, interior, New York City, circa 1962.
Stock Photo #4048-2375, The Civil War, camp sentry, Rappahannock Station, Virginia, by Edwin Forbes, January 18, 1864.
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The Civil War, camp sentry, Rappahannock Station, Virginia, by Edwin Forbes, January 18, 1864.
Stock Photo #4048-3112, Football, Fenner, University of Pennsylvania, circa 1910-1915.
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Football, Fenner, University of Pennsylvania, circa 1910-1915.
Stock Photo #4048-4427, Mount Sinai, to Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran, Monastery of St. Katherine (aka Monastery of St. Catherine) from the southeast, 1900-1920
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Mount Sinai, to Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran, Monastery of St. Katherine (aka Monastery of St. Catherine) from...
Mount Sinai, to Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran, Monastery of St. Katherine (aka Monastery of St. Catherine) from the southeast, 1900-1920
Stock Photo #4048-4210, World War II, George Woolslayer (center), soldier and sailor with a party at his home, friends, relatives and fellow workers made up the list of guests, Mrs. Woolslayer (left of center) helps Chief Evans (right), to a sandwich, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, August, 1942
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World War II, George Woolslayer (center), soldier and sailor with a party at his home, friends, relatives and fellow workers ...
World War II, George Woolslayer (center), soldier and sailor with a party at his home, friends, relatives and fellow workers made up the list of guests, Mrs. Woolslayer (left of center) helps Chief Evans (right), to a sandwich, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, August, 1942
Stock Photo #4048-4998, Colored rule in a reconstructed state. Cartoon showing members of the South Caroline Legislature in argument in the House, with Columbia rebuking them. Thomas Nast, artist. Woodcut, 1874
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Colored rule in a reconstructed state. Cartoon showing members of the South Caroline Legislature in argument in the House, wi...
Colored rule in a reconstructed state. Cartoon showing members of the South Caroline Legislature in argument in the House, with Columbia rebuking them. Thomas Nast, artist. Woodcut, 1874
Stock Photo #4048-7550, Labor Union activist, Mother Jones (1837-1930), was a founder of the United Mine Workers and the Industrial Workers of the World. Ca. 1920.
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Labor Union activist, Mother Jones (1837-1930), was a founder of the United Mine Workers and the Industrial Workers of the Wo...
Labor Union activist, Mother Jones (1837-1930), was a founder of the United Mine Workers and the Industrial Workers of the World. Ca. 1920.
Stock Photo #4048-7030, Students and their teacher watch educational television in a school library in Schenectady, New York, 1954.
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Students and their teacher watch educational television in a school library in Schenectady, New York, 1954.
Stock Photo #4048-4136, Mary Agnes Shanley, New York City detective, half-length portrait, facing left, pulling a pistol out of her handbag
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Mary Agnes Shanley, New York City detective, half-length portrait, facing left, pulling a pistol out of her handbag
Stock Photo #4048-2551, Little Italy, A scene in the ghetto, Hester Street, 1902
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Little Italy, A scene in the ghetto, Hester Street, 1902
Stock Photo #4048-2829, Rome, Ruins of Temple of Castor and Pollux, Rome, Italy, ca 1890s
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Rome, Ruins of Temple of Castor and Pollux, Rome, Italy, ca 1890s
Stock Photo #4048-6189, George Papanicolaou (1883-1962), Greek-born American physician developed a simple cytological test for cervical cancer in 1928. It was named after him, and is best known for its abbreviated version, 'pap test.'
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George Papanicolaou (1883-1962), Greek-born American physician developed a simple cytological test for cervical cancer in 192...
George Papanicolaou (1883-1962), Greek-born American physician developed a simple cytological test for cervical cancer in 1928. It was named after him, and is best known for its abbreviated version, 'pap test.'
Stock Photo #4048-4444, Camp Supply, Indian territory. Military stockade near Beaver River and Wolf Creek (north fork of Canadian River), Utah. Engraving in Harper's Weekly, 1869
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Camp Supply, Indian territory. Military stockade near Beaver River and Wolf Creek (north fork of Canadian River), Utah. Engra...
Camp Supply, Indian territory. Military stockade near Beaver River and Wolf Creek (north fork of Canadian River), Utah. Engraving in Harper's Weekly, 1869
Stock Photo #4048-11056, Soap being made in Jonestown factory. People's Temple Agricultural Project. Jonestown, Guyana. Nov. 1978.
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Soap being made in Jonestown factory. People's Temple Agricultural Project. Jonestown, Guyana. Nov. 1978.
Stock Photo #4048-2500, Over-indulgence - A spoiled Thanksgiving, watercolor by Alice Barber Stephens, 1896.
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Over-indulgence - A spoiled Thanksgiving, watercolor by Alice Barber Stephens, 1896.
Stock Photo #4048-2608, Boys of all ages going to the movies and defying state school laws, 2:30 pm, Jersey City, New Jersey, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1912.
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Boys of all ages going to the movies and defying state school laws, 2:30 pm, Jersey City, New Jersey, photograph by Lewis Wic...
Boys of all ages going to the movies and defying state school laws, 2:30 pm, Jersey City, New Jersey, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1912.
Stock Photo #4048-7744, Beijing end of the China's ancient Grand Canal the world's oldest and longest. Its construction began in the 5th century B.C. and it runs 1200 miles from Beijing to southern China. Photo 1900. LC-USZ62-137083
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Beijing end of the China's ancient Grand Canal the world's oldest and longest. Its construction began in the 5th century B.C....
Beijing end of the China's ancient Grand Canal the world's oldest and longest. Its construction began in the 5th century B.C. and it runs 1200 miles from Beijing to southern China. Photo 1900. LC-USZ62-137083
Stock Photo #4048-6554, F.B.I. portrait of Special Agent, G. Gordon Liddy who served four and a half years in prison for his role in the 1972 Watergate burglary that resulted in the resignation of President Richard Nixon in 1974. Portrait circa 1960.
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F.B.I. portrait of Special Agent, G. Gordon Liddy who served four and a half years in prison for his role in the 1972 Waterga...
F.B.I. portrait of Special Agent, G. Gordon Liddy who served four and a half years in prison for his role in the 1972 Watergate burglary that resulted in the resignation of President Richard Nixon in 1974. Portrait circa 1960.
Stock Photo #4048-4010, New York City subway fire overcome, Broadway and West 55th Street, New York City, photograph, January 6, 1915.
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New York City subway fire overcome, Broadway and West 55th Street, New York City, photograph, January 6, 1915.
Stock Photo #4048-7832, Wilbur Wright and Orville Wright on the porch steps of their house in Dayton Ohio. 1909. LC-USZ62-65478
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Wilbur Wright and Orville Wright on the porch steps of their house in Dayton Ohio. 1909. LC-USZ62-65478
Stock Photo #4048-4941, Chester A. Arthur, President of the United States. Photograph, 1882
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Chester A. Arthur, President of the United States. Photograph, 1882
Stock Photo #4048-8542, The Last speech on impeachment of President Andrew Johnson. Thaddeus Stevens closing the debate in the House, March 2 1868
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The Last speech on impeachment of President Andrew Johnson. Thaddeus Stevens closing the debate in the House, March 2 1868
Stock Photo #4048-6211, Mexican-American farm laborer bent over picking melons in the Imperial Valley, California. May 1937 photograph by Dorothea Lange.
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Mexican-American farm laborer bent over picking melons in the Imperial Valley, California. May 1937 photograph by Dorothea La...
Mexican-American farm laborer bent over picking melons in the Imperial Valley, California. May 1937 photograph by Dorothea Lange.
Stock Photo #4048-3891, Child labor, Minnie Paster, 10 years old, tending news stand at Bowery and Bond street, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, July, 1910.
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Child labor, Minnie Paster, 10 years old, tending news stand at Bowery and Bond street, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes ...
Child labor, Minnie Paster, 10 years old, tending news stand at Bowery and Bond street, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, July, 1910.
Stock Photo #4048-6454, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton were the two great leaders of the 19th century American Women's Suffrage and Equal Rights cause. Ca. 1891.
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Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton were the two great leaders of the 19th century American Women's Suffrage and Equa...
Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton were the two great leaders of the 19th century American Women's Suffrage and Equal Rights cause. Ca. 1891.
Stock Photo #4048-5102, Vice President-elect Alben W. Barkley (l) shakes hands with James V. Forrestal, with others looking on. ca. 1948
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Vice President-elect Alben W. Barkley (l) shakes hands with James V. Forrestal, with others looking on. ca. 1948
Stock Photo #4048-4029, Man with movie camera on platform suspended from building, with other people, photograph, 1925-1946.
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Man with movie camera on platform suspended from building, with other people, photograph, 1925-1946.
Stock Photo #4048-4170, Taxidermy Shop, Liberty Historic District, Route 2, Cle Elum, Liberty, Kittitas County, Washington, photograph, circa 1930s
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Taxidermy Shop, Liberty Historic District, Route 2, Cle Elum, Liberty, Kittitas County, Washington, photograph, circa 1930s
Stock Photo #4048-2630, New York City, Rockefeller Center and RCA Building at night, from 515 Madison,, photograph by Samuel H. Gottscho, December 5, 1933.
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New York City, Rockefeller Center and RCA Building at night, from 515 Madison,, photograph by Samuel H. Gottscho, December 5,...
New York City, Rockefeller Center and RCA Building at night, from 515 Madison,, photograph by Samuel H. Gottscho, December 5, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-4664, Ho for Kansas! A broadside by Benjamin Singleton calling on African Americans to settle in Kansas. March 18, 1878
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Ho for Kansas! A broadside by Benjamin Singleton calling on African Americans to settle in Kansas. March 18, 1878
Stock Photo #4048-5097, Harvard College, ca. 1767. From left are Holden Chapel, Hollis Hall, Harvard Hall, Stoughton Hall, and Massachusetts Hall. Engraved by Paul Revere from a drawing by Joseph Chadwick. etching, 1790.
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Harvard College, ca. 1767. From left are Holden Chapel, Hollis Hall, Harvard Hall, Stoughton Hall, and Massachusetts Hall. En...
Harvard College, ca. 1767. From left are Holden Chapel, Hollis Hall, Harvard Hall, Stoughton Hall, and Massachusetts Hall. Engraved by Paul Revere from a drawing by Joseph Chadwick. etching, 1790.
Stock Photo #4048-3031, From Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, Holy Land, photochrom, circa 1890-1900.
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From Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, Holy Land, photochrom, circa 1890-1900.
Stock Photo #4048-2775, Three women and two men and a sofa, hand painted quarter-plate daguerreotype, circa 1840-1860.
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Three women and two men and a sofa, hand painted quarter-plate daguerreotype, circa 1840-1860.
Stock Photo #4048-5007, A. Mitchell Palmer, Alien Property Custodian of the United States under President Woodrow Wilson, ca. 1918
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A. Mitchell Palmer, Alien Property Custodian of the United States under President Woodrow Wilson, ca. 1918
Stock Photo #4048-4957, The Mexican Revolution. Pancho Villa, General of the Division del Norte of the Mexican Army. Photo ca. 1908-1919
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The Mexican Revolution. Pancho Villa, General of the Division del Norte of the Mexican Army. Photo ca. 1908-1919
Stock Photo #4048-2870, Scenes of Los Angeles, the Ventura Theatre, built in 1928, now a concert venue, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Ventura, California, 2005.
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Scenes of Los Angeles, the Ventura Theatre, built in 1928, now a concert venue, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Ventura, Ca...
Scenes of Los Angeles, the Ventura Theatre, built in 1928, now a concert venue, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Ventura, California, 2005.
Stock Photo #4048-4355, High school play, original caption: 'Miss Mackay's Pageant Children of Sunshine and Shadow as presented at Washington Irving High School, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, June 5, 1916
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High school play, original caption: 'Miss Mackay's Pageant Children of Sunshine and Shadow as presented at Washington Irving ...
High school play, original caption: 'Miss Mackay's Pageant Children of Sunshine and Shadow as presented at Washington Irving High School, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, June 5, 1916
Stock Photo #4048-4927, Judge John Marshall Harlan, Justice of the Supreme Court. He was the lone dissenter to the decision of Plessy v. Ferguson, which upheld he constitutionality of racial segregation. ca. 1865-1880
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Judge John Marshall Harlan, Justice of the Supreme Court. He was the lone dissenter to the decision of Plessy v. Ferguson, wh...
Judge John Marshall Harlan, Justice of the Supreme Court. He was the lone dissenter to the decision of Plessy v. Ferguson, which upheld he constitutionality of racial segregation. ca. 1865-1880
Stock Photo #4048-4852, Chicago. The City of Chicago. color lithograph 1874.
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Chicago. The City of Chicago. color lithograph 1874.
Stock Photo #4048-5263, Italian fascist leader Benito Mussolini, circa early 1940s.
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Italian fascist leader Benito Mussolini, circa early 1940s.
Stock Photo #4048-2525, Gramophone with cylindrical base, circa 1890s.
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Gramophone with cylindrical base, circa 1890s.
Stock Photo #4048-3046, New York City, the Mall, Central Park, circa 1910-1915.
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New York City, the Mall, Central Park, circa 1910-1915.
Stock Photo #4048-4603, Wagon Train to the West. A wagon train of settlers camps on the Hymboldt River, Nevada Territory. Daniel Jenks, color drawing, 1859
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Wagon Train to the West. A wagon train of settlers camps on the Hymboldt River, Nevada Territory. Daniel Jenks, color drawing...
Wagon Train to the West. A wagon train of settlers camps on the Hymboldt River, Nevada Territory. Daniel Jenks, color drawing, 1859
Stock Photo #4048-6314, Engraving of a hot summer night in the German neighborhood of New York. Many U.S. cities have 'Germantowns,' which evolved from the immigrant's communities, such as Yorkville, on the upper East side of Manhattan. 1878 engraving from Harper's Monthly.
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Engraving of a hot summer night in the German neighborhood of New York. Many U.S. cities have 'Germantowns,' which evolved fr...
Engraving of a hot summer night in the German neighborhood of New York. Many U.S. cities have 'Germantowns,' which evolved from the immigrant's communities, such as Yorkville, on the upper East side of Manhattan. 1878 engraving from Harper's Monthly.
Stock Photo #4048-5616, The Civil War, The first flag of independence raised in the South, by the citizens of Savannah, Ga. November 8th, 1860
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The Civil War, The first flag of independence raised in the South, by the citizens of Savannah, Ga. November 8th, 1860
Stock Photo #4048-2862, Scenes of Los Angeles, the Renaissance Building, with the 'Ballerina Clown', by Jonathan Borofsky, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Venice, California, 2005.
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Scenes of Los Angeles, the Renaissance Building, with the 'Ballerina Clown', by Jonathan Borofsky, photograph by Carol M. Hig...
Scenes of Los Angeles, the Renaissance Building, with the 'Ballerina Clown', by Jonathan Borofsky, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Venice, California, 2005.
Stock Photo #4048-5849, 16th century Dutchman smoking a long-stemmed pipe, with another pipe and roll of tobacco on the table. Pipe smoking was introduced to Europe in the 16th century by sailors returning from the New World. 1595 wood engraving.
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16th century Dutchman smoking a long-stemmed pipe, with another pipe and roll of tobacco on the table. Pipe smoking was intro...
16th century Dutchman smoking a long-stemmed pipe, with another pipe and roll of tobacco on the table. Pipe smoking was introduced to Europe in the 16th century by sailors returning from the New World. 1595 wood engraving.
Stock Photo #4048-6365, Triangle Shirtwaist fire victims in coffins on the sidewalk. 146 women seamstresses died, mostly immigrants, many jumping from the upper two floors of an eight story building. March 15, 1911.
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Triangle Shirtwaist fire victims in coffins on the sidewalk. 146 women seamstresses died, mostly immigrants, many jumping fro...
Triangle Shirtwaist fire victims in coffins on the sidewalk. 146 women seamstresses died, mostly immigrants, many jumping from the upper two floors of an eight story building. March 15, 1911.
Stock Photo #4048-4868, Baseball. Crowds at Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pa. October 9, 1914
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Baseball. Crowds at Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pa. October 9, 1914
Stock Photo #4048-7401, The Great Mine of Copper of Fahlun in Dalecarlia, Stockholm, was worked for over a thousand years. 1802 mezzotint published by Colnayhi & Co. from drawing by P. Vanderberghe.
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The Great Mine of Copper of Fahlun in Dalecarlia, Stockholm, was worked for over a thousand years. 1802 mezzotint published b...
The Great Mine of Copper of Fahlun in Dalecarlia, Stockholm, was worked for over a thousand years. 1802 mezzotint published by Colnayhi & Co. from drawing by P. Vanderberghe.
Stock Photo #4048-3235, World War II, Major General James Doolittle, United States Army Air Forces, Major-General Jean Bergeret of Fighting French high command, who accepted 13 P-40 Warhawks form the Americans on behalf of the Fighting French, Major General Carl Spaatz, United States Air Force commmander in North Africa, circa 1943.
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World War II, Major General James Doolittle, United States Army Air Forces, Major-General Jean Bergeret of Fighting French hi...
World War II, Major General James Doolittle, United States Army Air Forces, Major-General Jean Bergeret of Fighting French high command, who accepted 13 P-40 Warhawks form the Americans on behalf of the Fighting French, Major General Carl Spaatz, United States Air Force commmander in North Africa, circa 1943.
Stock Photo #4048-4477, West Virginia Capitol, 1800 Washington Street, Charleston, WV, photo 1981
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West Virginia Capitol, 1800 Washington Street, Charleston, WV, photo 1981
Stock Photo #4048-6707, Dr. John H. Holliday (1851-1887) was an American dentist, gambler and gunfighter fought with Wyatt Earp in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Portrait photograph, made by C.S. Fly in Tombstone, 1881.
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Dr. John H. Holliday (1851-1887) was an American dentist, gambler and gunfighter fought with Wyatt Earp in the Gunfight at th...
Dr. John H. Holliday (1851-1887) was an American dentist, gambler and gunfighter fought with Wyatt Earp in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Portrait photograph, made by C.S. Fly in Tombstone, 1881.
Stock Photo #4048-8541, Congress Hall, Sixth & Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. It served as the seat of the United States Congress from December 6, 1790 to May 14, 1800.
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Congress Hall, Sixth & Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. It served as the seat of the United States Congress from December 6, 1...
Congress Hall, Sixth & Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. It served as the seat of the United States Congress from December 6, 1790 to May 14, 1800.
Stock Photo #4048-5542, Commemorative portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt, published after his death in 1919. Title reads, Theodore Roosevelt, Secretary of Navy, Rough Rider, governor and president, 1858-1919
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Commemorative portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt, published after his death in 1919. Title reads, Theodore Roosevelt, S...
Commemorative portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt, published after his death in 1919. Title reads, Theodore Roosevelt, Secretary of Navy, Rough Rider, governor and president, 1858-1919
Stock Photo #4048-7732, Calculating machine designed by French mathematician Blaise Pascal in 1642 when he was nineteen years old. It could perform addition and subtraction.
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Calculating machine designed by French mathematician Blaise Pascal in 1642 when he was nineteen years old. It could perform a...
Calculating machine designed by French mathematician Blaise Pascal in 1642 when he was nineteen years old. It could perform addition and subtraction.
Stock Photo #4048-7679, Elizabeth Bentley 1908-1963 American Communist Party member and spy for Soviets became an informer in 1945 when she named 80 other Americans she associated with in her Red years.
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Elizabeth Bentley 1908-1963 American Communist Party member and spy for Soviets became an informer in 1945 when she named 80 ...
Elizabeth Bentley 1908-1963 American Communist Party member and spy for Soviets became an informer in 1945 when she named 80 other Americans she associated with in her Red years.
Stock Photo #4048-2949, Los Angeles River and the Sixth Street Bridge, an example of Moderne design with detailing referred to as 'Starved Classicism', designed by Merrill Butler in 1932, Los Angeles, California photograph circa 1970s.
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Los Angeles River and the Sixth Street Bridge, an example of Moderne design with detailing referred to as 'Starved Classicism...
Los Angeles River and the Sixth Street Bridge, an example of Moderne design with detailing referred to as 'Starved Classicism', designed by Merrill Butler in 1932, Los Angeles, California photograph circa 1970s.
Stock Photo #4048-7755, Print depicting 19 early steamships built between 1807 and 1815 including Robert Fulton's CLERMONT and NAUTILUS. lifeofrobertfult00reigrich_0024
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Print depicting 19 early steamships built between 1807 and 1815 including Robert Fulton's CLERMONT and NAUTILUS. lifeofrobert...
Print depicting 19 early steamships built between 1807 and 1815 including Robert Fulton's CLERMONT and NAUTILUS. lifeofrobertfult00reigrich_0024
Stock Photo #4048-6075, Swine flu virus. Negative stained transmission electron micrograph. Photo by C. S. Goldsmith and A. Balish, 2009.
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Swine flu virus. Negative stained transmission electron micrograph. Photo by C. S. Goldsmith and A. Balish, 2009.
Stock Photo #4048-6235, Judah P. Benjamin (1811-1884), was the first professing Jew elected to the U.S. Senate. He represented Louisiana and held three cabinet positions in the Confederate government during the U.S. Civil War. He continued his successful legal career in England after 1865.
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Judah P. Benjamin (1811-1884), was the first professing Jew elected to the U.S. Senate. He represented Louisiana and held thr...
Judah P. Benjamin (1811-1884), was the first professing Jew elected to the U.S. Senate. He represented Louisiana and held three cabinet positions in the Confederate government during the U.S. Civil War. He continued his successful legal career in England after 1865.
Stock Photo #4048-6504, Women identified as Mrs. Suffern, is surrounded by a crowd of men and boys, while she holds a home-made banner in women suffragist parade 'Help us to win the vote.' 1914.
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Women identified as Mrs. Suffern, is surrounded by a crowd of men and boys, while she holds a home-made banner in women suffr...
Women identified as Mrs. Suffern, is surrounded by a crowd of men and boys, while she holds a home-made banner in women suffragist parade 'Help us to win the vote.' 1914.
Stock Photo #4048-6770, French convicts at hard labor, ca. 1840s.
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French convicts at hard labor, ca. 1840s.
Stock Photo #4048-4278, Puerto Rico. Sugar cane workers resting at the noon hour, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. Photograph by Jack Delano, 1941.
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Puerto Rico. Sugar cane workers resting at the noon hour, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. Photograph by Jack Delano, 1941.
Stock Photo #4048-7373, Molten iron is blown in an Eastern Bessemer converter at the Republic Steel mill in Youngstown, Ohio. November 1941.
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Molten iron is blown in an Eastern Bessemer converter at the Republic Steel mill in Youngstown, Ohio. November 1941.
Stock Photo #4048-3777, Touro Synagogue, Newport, RI Photo by Jack Boucher, June, 1971
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Touro Synagogue, Newport, RI Photo by Jack Boucher, June, 1971
Stock Photo #4048-6458, Lucy Burns (1879-1966), American women's rights advocate was a founder, with Alice Paul, of the National Woman's Party. Burns was an editor of THE SUFFRAGIST, and organizer of th March 3, 1913 Suffrage Parade in Washington, C.D. 1913.
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Lucy Burns (1879-1966), American women's rights advocate was a founder, with Alice Paul, of the National Woman's Party. Burns...
Lucy Burns (1879-1966), American women's rights advocate was a founder, with Alice Paul, of the National Woman's Party. Burns was an editor of THE SUFFRAGIST, and organizer of th March 3, 1913 Suffrage Parade in Washington, C.D. 1913.
Stock Photo #4048-3207, World War II, U.S. paratroopers in action, circa 1940-1946.
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World War II, U.S. paratroopers in action, circa 1940-1946.
Stock Photo #4048-5230, Pilot training at the Naval Air base, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942
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Pilot training at the Naval Air base, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942
Stock Photo #4048-6910, A laughing crowd accompany a man dressed in a 'Martian' costume crossing a street in Mid-town Manhattan on November 6, 1950.
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A laughing crowd accompany a man dressed in a 'Martian' costume crossing a street in Mid-town Manhattan on November 6, 1950.
Stock Photo #4048-5046, Jacob August Riis (1849-1914) was a pioneering photo journalist who documented the living conditions of New York City's poor. 1903 portrait.
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Jacob August Riis (1849-1914) was a pioneering photo journalist who documented the living conditions of New York City's poor....
Jacob August Riis (1849-1914) was a pioneering photo journalist who documented the living conditions of New York City's poor. 1903 portrait.
Stock Photo #4048-5103, President Harry S. Truman with his cabinet. (from left to right) Postmaster General Robert Hannegan; Secretary of War Henry Stimson; Secretary of State James Byrnes; the President; Secretary of the Treasury Fred Vinson; Attorney General Tom Clark; and Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal. ca. 1949
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President Harry S. Truman with his cabinet. (from left to right) Postmaster General Robert Hannegan; Secretary of War Henry S...
President Harry S. Truman with his cabinet. (from left to right) Postmaster General Robert Hannegan; Secretary of War Henry Stimson; Secretary of State James Byrnes; the President; Secretary of the Treasury Fred Vinson; Attorney General Tom Clark; and Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal. ca. 1949
Stock Photo #4048-5679, Asseola, Seminole leader of Florida. lithograph by George Catlin ca. 1838
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Asseola, Seminole leader of Florida. lithograph by George Catlin ca. 1838
Stock Photo #4048-4895, President Roosevelt's western tour--visiting Liberty Cap, Yosemite National Park, California. stereocard ca. 1903
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President Roosevelt's western tour--visiting Liberty Cap, Yosemite National Park, California. stereocard ca. 1903
Stock Photo #4048-8515, Art-students and copyists at work in a long, skylit gallery of the Musée du Louvre, Paris, France. drawn by Winslow Homer, 1868
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Art-students and copyists at work in a long, skylit gallery of the Musée du Louvre, Paris, France. drawn by Winslow Homer, 18...
Art-students and copyists at work in a long, skylit gallery of the Musée du Louvre, Paris, France. drawn by Winslow Homer, 1868
Stock Photo #4048-2349, Image Detail from front page of abolitionist poem: 'The Negro Woman's Appeal To Her White Sisters', Richard Barrett, printer, Mark Lane, London, circa 1850s.
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Image Detail from front page of abolitionist poem: 'The Negro Woman's Appeal To Her White Sisters', Richard Barrett, printer,...
Image Detail from front page of abolitionist poem: 'The Negro Woman's Appeal To Her White Sisters', Richard Barrett, printer, Mark Lane, London, circa 1850s.
Stock Photo #4048-6591, Frank James, engraving from a photograph taken in March, 1882.
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Frank James, engraving from a photograph taken in March, 1882.
Stock Photo #4048-4726, Pullman cars - interior of a dining car on the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton R.R. Color lithograph, 1894
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Pullman cars - interior of a dining car on the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton R.R. Color lithograph, 1894
Stock Photo #4048-3142, Faro Caudill, Doris Caudill, homesteaders, photograph by Lee Russell, Pie Town, New Mexico, October, 1940.
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Faro Caudill, Doris Caudill, homesteaders, photograph by Lee Russell, Pie Town, New Mexico, October, 1940.
Stock Photo #4048-5804, James Brendan Connolly, (1868-1957), athlete and writer, was the first athlete to win a medal at the 1896 Olympics for the triple jump. He became a popular and prolific writer of sea-related shorts stories and novels. Photo by Purdy, 1906.
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James Brendan Connolly, (1868-1957), athlete and writer, was the first athlete to win a medal at the 1896 Olympics for the tr...
James Brendan Connolly, (1868-1957), athlete and writer, was the first athlete to win a medal at the 1896 Olympics for the triple jump. He became a popular and prolific writer of sea-related shorts stories and novels. Photo by Purdy, 1906.
Stock Photo #4048-5085, Topographic map of the Province of Texas. Stephen F. Austin's hand-drawn map of the Spanish Province of Texas. 1822
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Topographic map of the Province of Texas. Stephen F. Austin's hand-drawn map of the Spanish Province of Texas. 1822
Stock Photo #4048-4333, New York City, row of tenements, 260 to 268 Elizabeth Street, in which a great deal of finishing of clothes is carried on, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, March, 1912
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New York City, row of tenements, 260 to 268 Elizabeth Street, in which a great deal of finishing of clothes is carried on, ph...
New York City, row of tenements, 260 to 268 Elizabeth Street, in which a great deal of finishing of clothes is carried on, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, March, 1912
Stock Photo #4048-4604, Wagon Train to the West. A wagon train of settlers camped in the snow. Daniel Jenks, color drawing, 1859
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Wagon Train to the West. A wagon train of settlers camped in the snow. Daniel Jenks, color drawing, 1859
Stock Photo #4048-2641, The Fox Theater, panoramic view of auditorium, Seventh Avenue, Olive Way, Seattle, Washington, circa 1991.
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The Fox Theater, panoramic view of auditorium, Seventh Avenue, Olive Way, Seattle, Washington, circa 1991.
Stock Photo #4048-2511, Detail of death from Calaveras del monton, numero 1, translation: Skulls from the heap, number 1, Broadside showing a male skeleton dressed in a charro outfit wielding a machete in a graveyard, by Jose Guadalupe Posada, Mexico City, Mexico, 1910.
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Detail of death from Calaveras del monton, numero 1, translation: Skulls from the heap, number 1, Broadside showing a male sk...
Detail of death from Calaveras del monton, numero 1, translation: Skulls from the heap, number 1, Broadside showing a male skeleton dressed in a charro outfit wielding a machete in a graveyard, by Jose Guadalupe Posada, Mexico City, Mexico, 1910.
Stock Photo #4048-7901, Boxcar ferry of the Michigan Central Railroad entering an iced up slip on the Detroit River. Ca. 1890
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Boxcar ferry of the Michigan Central Railroad entering an iced up slip on the Detroit River. Ca. 1890
Stock Photo #4048-7018, Edward 'Fats' McCarthy, a gangster associate of Dutch Schultz, was probably one of the assassins of Mad Dog Coll. He was killed in Albany last in July 1932 by police who were praised and promised promotions for their good work.
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Edward 'Fats' McCarthy, a gangster associate of Dutch Schultz, was probably one of the assassins of Mad Dog Coll. He was kill...
Edward 'Fats' McCarthy, a gangster associate of Dutch Schultz, was probably one of the assassins of Mad Dog Coll. He was killed in Albany last in July 1932 by police who were praised and promised promotions for their good work.
Stock Photo #4048-4544, The Roman Catholic mission near the Kootenai River in Idaho. albumen print, 1861
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The Roman Catholic mission near the Kootenai River in Idaho. albumen print, 1861
Stock Photo #4048-4938, 'This is not the New York Stock Exchange, it is the patronage exchange, called U.S. Senate'. Print satirizing the machine politics of the Gilded Age. Color lithograph, 1881
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'This is not the New York Stock Exchange, it is the patronage exchange, called U.S. Senate'. Print satirizing the machine pol...
'This is not the New York Stock Exchange, it is the patronage exchange, called U.S. Senate'. Print satirizing the machine politics of the Gilded Age. Color lithograph, 1881
Stock Photo #4048-7714, The funeral procession of executed leftists Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco was attended by thousands in Boston. August 29 1927.
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The funeral procession of executed leftists Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco was attended by thousands in Boston. August ...
The funeral procession of executed leftists Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco was attended by thousands in Boston. August 29 1927.
Stock Photo #4048-4590, Prof. Edward M. Gallaudet, ca. 1870s
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Prof. Edward M. Gallaudet, ca. 1870s
Stock Photo #4048-2844, Movie Theaters, Academy Building, detail of theater, constructed in 1876, 68-114 South Main Street, Fall River, Massachusetts, circa 1980s.
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Movie Theaters, Academy Building, detail of theater, constructed in 1876, 68-114 South Main Street, Fall River, Massachusetts...
Movie Theaters, Academy Building, detail of theater, constructed in 1876, 68-114 South Main Street, Fall River, Massachusetts, circa 1980s.
Stock Photo #4048-6335, Steerage passengers relaxing on the open desk of an immigrant ship in smooth water.
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Steerage passengers relaxing on the open desk of an immigrant ship in smooth water.
Stock Photo #4048-3261, Joan of Arc, Place de la Pucelle, Rouen, France, photochrom, 1890-1900.
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Joan of Arc, Place de la Pucelle, Rouen, France, photochrom, 1890-1900.
Stock Photo #4048-7398, Copper smelting plant and area below that has been strip mined, Katanga province, Congo in August 1960 during the provinces session and other political troubles that accompanied the independence of the former Belgian Congo in 1960.
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Copper smelting plant and area below that has been strip mined, Katanga province, Congo in August 1960 during the provinces s...
Copper smelting plant and area below that has been strip mined, Katanga province, Congo in August 1960 during the provinces session and other political troubles that accompanied the independence of the former Belgian Congo in 1960.
Stock Photo #4048-5011, World War II. American Lend-lease gasoline being transferred from drums to trucks at an airdrome in Australia. ca. 1943
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World War II. American Lend-lease gasoline being transferred from drums to trucks at an airdrome in Australia. ca. 1943
Stock Photo #4048-3147, World War II, servicing an A-20 bomber, photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, Langley Field, Viginia, July, 1942.
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World War II, servicing an A-20 bomber, photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, Langley Field, Viginia, July, 1942.
Stock Photo #4048-3021, Civil Rights, an African American high school girl being educated via television during the period that schools were closed to avoid integration, photograph by Thomas J. O'Halloran, Little Rock, Arkansas, September, 1958.
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Civil Rights, an African American high school girl being educated via television during the period that schools were closed t...
Civil Rights, an African American high school girl being educated via television during the period that schools were closed to avoid integration, photograph by Thomas J. O'Halloran, Little Rock, Arkansas, September, 1958.
Stock Photo #4048-5119, World War II, Bird's-eye view of Manzanar Relocation Center, showing buildings, roads, and Sierra Nevada mountains in background. California. photograph by Ansel Adams. 1943
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World War II, Bird's-eye view of Manzanar Relocation Center, showing buildings, roads, and Sierra Nevada mountains in backgro...
World War II, Bird's-eye view of Manzanar Relocation Center, showing buildings, roads, and Sierra Nevada mountains in background. California. photograph by Ansel Adams. 1943
Stock Photo #4048-2576, TITANIC: New York Times article showing Mayor Mitchel speaking at dedication of fountain erected at Straus Park 106th Street and West End Ave.), in memory of Isidor Straus and his wife, who lost there lives on the Titanic, Sunday, April 25, 1915
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TITANIC: New York Times article showing Mayor Mitchel speaking at dedication of fountain erected at Straus Park 106th Street ...
TITANIC: New York Times article showing Mayor Mitchel speaking at dedication of fountain erected at Straus Park 106th Street and West End Ave.), in memory of Isidor Straus and his wife, who lost there lives on the Titanic, Sunday, April 25, 1915
Stock Photo #4048-2557, Billy Murray, Aileen Stanley, American singers, in an advertisement for the song 'You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night' circa 1923.
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Billy Murray, Aileen Stanley, American singers, in an advertisement for the song 'You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night' circa ...
Billy Murray, Aileen Stanley, American singers, in an advertisement for the song 'You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night' circa 1923.
Stock Photo #4048-5911, Jonas E. Salk (1914-1995), American medical researcher who developed the first Polio vaccine, holding tray of test tubes. Ca. 1955.
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Jonas E. Salk (1914-1995), American medical researcher who developed the first Polio vaccine, holding tray of test tubes. Ca....
Jonas E. Salk (1914-1995), American medical researcher who developed the first Polio vaccine, holding tray of test tubes. Ca. 1955.
Stock Photo #4048-2911, Scenes of Los Angeles, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Monument at Woodlawn Cemetery, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Santa Monica, California, 2005.
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Scenes of Los Angeles, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Monument at Woodlawn Cemetery, photograph by Carol M. High...
Scenes of Los Angeles, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Monument at Woodlawn Cemetery, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith, Santa Monica, California, 2005.
Stock Photo #4048-7694, George 'Bugs' Moran 1891-1957 Chicago Gangster and Polish-Irish the boss of the North Side Gang a rival of Al Capone's mob. Capone killed 6 members of Moran's gang at the 1929 St. Valentine's Day Massacre.
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George 'Bugs' Moran 1891-1957 Chicago Gangster and Polish-Irish the boss of the North Side Gang a rival of Al Capone's mob. C...
George 'Bugs' Moran 1891-1957 Chicago Gangster and Polish-Irish the boss of the North Side Gang a rival of Al Capone's mob. Capone killed 6 members of Moran's gang at the 1929 St. Valentine's Day Massacre.
Stock Photo #4048-2533, African American man playing the banjo, original title: 'Swell Negro Banjo Player', by Courier Co., 1875.
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African American man playing the banjo, original title: 'Swell Negro Banjo Player', by Courier Co., 1875.
Stock Photo #4048-4366, Smoking, brands of tobacco smoked by harvest hands, Ohio, photograph 1938.
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Smoking, brands of tobacco smoked by harvest hands, Ohio, photograph 1938.
Stock Photo #4048-8485, William Moore and family, Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska. 1886
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William Moore and family, Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska. 1886
Stock Photo #4048-4303, Four young men with eyes closed, original caption: 'Four incorrigibles not even reached by the Vocational School', Buffalo, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, February, 1910
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Four young men with eyes closed, original caption: 'Four incorrigibles not even reached by the Vocational School', Buffalo, N...
Four young men with eyes closed, original caption: 'Four incorrigibles not even reached by the Vocational School', Buffalo, New York, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, February, 1910
Stock Photo #4048-6343, Emigrants on the open deck of an immigrant steamship to Canada, site land after at least two weeks at sea. The ship, GANGES, carried 761 people who paid 3 British pounds for their passage. People on deck engage in play, music, talk, smoking and looking through telescopes. April-May, 1871.
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Emigrants on the open deck of an immigrant steamship to Canada, site land after at least two weeks at sea. The ship, GANGES, ...
Emigrants on the open deck of an immigrant steamship to Canada, site land after at least two weeks at sea. The ship, GANGES, carried 761 people who paid 3 British pounds for their passage. People on deck engage in play, music, talk, smoking and looking through telescopes. April-May, 1871.
Stock Photo #4048-2955, Taconic State Parkway, parkway view at wide median, the highway represents an important development in the evolution of American transportation planning. Constructed in 1931, conceived in the 1920s during America's parkway-building boom, photograph circa 1990s, New York.
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Taconic State Parkway, parkway view at wide median, the highway represents an important development in the evolution of Ameri...
Taconic State Parkway, parkway view at wide median, the highway represents an important development in the evolution of American transportation planning. Constructed in 1931, conceived in the 1920s during America's parkway-building boom, photograph circa 1990s, New York.
Stock Photo #4048-3796, World War I, Poster showing two Red Cross nurses, one cradling in her arms a child on a litter, between the flags of Japan and the United States, 'Emblems of liberty and humanity The Red Cross, mother of all nations', poster circa 1914-1918.
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World War I, Poster showing two Red Cross nurses, one cradling in her arms a child on a litter, between the flags of Japan an...
World War I, Poster showing two Red Cross nurses, one cradling in her arms a child on a litter, between the flags of Japan and the United States, 'Emblems of liberty and humanity The Red Cross, mother of all nations', poster circa 1914-1918.
Stock Photo #4048-5920, Diphtheria antitoxin was made by inoculating horses with diphtheria bacteria, then bleeding the animals to obtain their blood serum. The serum neutralized the diphtheria toxin causing the patient’s symptoms.
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Diphtheria antitoxin was made by inoculating horses with diphtheria bacteria, then bleeding the animals to obtain their blood...
Diphtheria antitoxin was made by inoculating horses with diphtheria bacteria, then bleeding the animals to obtain their blood serum. The serum neutralized the diphtheria toxin causing the patient’s symptoms.
Stock Photo #4048-2624, The Alabama Theatre, perspective view of stage looking from the east, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
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The Alabama Theatre, perspective view of stage looking from the east, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa ...
The Alabama Theatre, perspective view of stage looking from the east, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
Stock Photo #4048-802, World War II, 'America Calling'. Civil Defense recruitment poster, c. 1942.
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World War II, 'America Calling'. Civil Defense recruitment poster, c. 1942.
Stock Photo #4048-6453, Political cartoon showing Iroquois women on cliff overlooking women marching with banner 'woman suffrage.'
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Political cartoon showing Iroquois women on cliff overlooking women marching with banner 'woman suffrage.'
Stock Photo #4048-6279, Ellis Island provided new immigrants with services to prevent their exploitation by dishonest moneychangers. The Money Exchange converted their currencies without charge. Ca. 1910 .
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Ellis Island provided new immigrants with services to prevent their exploitation by dishonest moneychangers. The Money Exchan...
Ellis Island provided new immigrants with services to prevent their exploitation by dishonest moneychangers. The Money Exchange converted their currencies without charge. Ca. 1910 .

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