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Date: 1931 ca.
Description: Students work at their desks in the Mayo School, District No. 1. A row of books forms the foreground; history lessons from the time of reconstruction after...
Description: Joe Mietus, 16, poses at the Mayo School, District No. 1. On the reverse of the photograph is written, "Has invented several home made farm tools. Also has...
Description: Wisconsin Congressman Ron Kind standing at the entrance of his Washington office.
Description: Studio portrait of Chief of Loafer Band, Ta-Semke-Tokeco, Called Paul Strange Horse, in native dress with headdress, ornaments and peace medal. Part of Sio...
Description: Seated carte-de-visite portrait of Major General Albion Parris Howe, commander of the 2nd Division, 6th Corps, Army of the Potomac.
Description: Studio portrait of Ah-la-Kat, nephew of Chief Joseph and member of the Shahaptian, Nez Perce, a North American Indian people who lived in Oregon along the...
Date: date unknown
Description: Scott Lilly, a senior policy adviser to Congressman David R. Obey, who formed the Capitol Offenses, a blue grass band with which Obey also played.
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (facing away from the camera) with Democratic leaders John McCormack and Carl Albert. The photograph was taken for a br...
Description: Gene Mayo, 14, poses in front of double doors holding his cap. He is a student at the Mayo School, District No. 1. On the reverse of the photograph is writ...
Description: Senator Herbert Kohl standing by an American flag in his Washington, D.C. office.
Description: Studio portrait of Chief of Loafer Band, Ta-Semke-Tokeco, called Paul Strange Horse, in native dress with headdress, breastplate and holding bag. Part of S...
Date: 1964-08-24 ca.
Description: A line of laundry dries in the wind outside the former cottage of noted economist Thorstein Veblen. He used the small building to the right of the house as...
Description: Studio portrait of Chief Yshidiapas or Aleck-Shea-Ahoos (Plenty Coups) in Native Dress with Ornaments. He was part of the Siouan, Crow tribe.
Description: Robert Fischelis and H.A.B. Dunning examine the War Memorial at the American Pharmaceutical Association Headquarters building.
Description: Studio portrait of Iowa man, Emi-dughra, known as John Ford. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Iowa Tribes
Description: Girl Scouts of Washington, D.C. celebrate Labor Day by mailing out photographs of the uniform pledge cards of the U.S. Food Administration.
Description: Secretary of State George Schultz during the Reagan Administration (second from the left) testifying before the Foreign Operations Subcommittee. Leaning fo...
Description: Senator John F. Kennedy, then campaigning for the presidency, speaks with Frank D. Reeves and Marjorie Lawson during a meeting of the American Council on H...
Description: Erwin Knoll, then a reporter with the Newhouse Newspapers, interviewing Senator Clifford Case of New Jersey. Knoll later became the editor of the Progre...
Description: Studio portrait of Tskararalisin (Eagle Chief) in native dress with peace medal and ornaments. Part of Caddoan and Pawnee Tribes.
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