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Description: Studio portrait of Yumapeima (Grizzly Bear in the Center) in partial native dress with ornaments. Part of Shahaptian and Umatilla Tribes.
Date: 1964-08-23 ca.
Description: Mrs. Lloyd Lehman looks out the window of an ivy-covered barn. The barn is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Lehman.
Date: 1966 ca.
Description: Publicity portrait of journalists Rowland Evans and Robert Novak taken outside the White House. Their long-running newspaper column was entitled Inside...
Date: 1867 ca.
Description: Peter, "the Interpreter," a studio portrait of a Potawatomie Indian in western attired taken by W. Snell in Washington, D.C., possibly on the occasion of...
Description: Portrait (Profile) of Peter Tall Mandan, Grandson of Long Mandan, in native dress with headdress and breastplate. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Brule Tribes.
Date: 1948-12-11 before
Description: Two cartoons (by Clifford K. Berryman?) for the winter dinner of the Gridiron Club, each entitled, "Gridiron Forecast 1948": one of Thomas Dewey holding a...
Description: Congressman David R. Obey of Wisconsin checking on House floor activity on television. A table set with place settings appears behind him.
Date: date unknown
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey, who formed a bluegrass band known as the Capital Offenses, played the harmonica in the State Capital rotunda at the me...
Description: Portrait (Front) of Me-o-con-je (One Sun or Moon). Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Osage Tribes.
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey and his secretary in his office in the United States Capitol.
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy writes in a note pad during the testimony of General Miles Reber, the first witness during the Army-McCarthy hearings, what the...
Date: 1964-08-24 ca.
Description: Tree-lined entrance to the D.S. Funk property, which is visible through the trees. Two rustic fences and a lamppost flank the driveway. A sign hanging abov...
Date: 1862-04 before
Description: Hand-tinted stationery showing the Capitol in Washington, D.C. in 1862. The blue tint on the dome may have been intended to represent the unfinished natur...
Date: 1953-01 after
Description: Joseph (Joe) McCarthy is seen here with his chief counsel, Roy Cohn, whom he hired on the advice of J. Edgar Hoover.
Description: Members of the National Welfare Rights Organization, some dressed in choir robes, hold candles and a cross as they are confronted by police. This is at the...
Description: Studio portrait of Car-Io-Scuse (Curly Bear) in native dress with ornaments. Part of the Siouan (Sioux) and Blackfoot Tribes.
Description: Studio portrait of Chief Albert Waters, successor to Chief Joseph, in native dress with headdress and ornaments. Part of Shahaptian and Nez-Perce Tribes.
Description: Portrait of Ponca man, Ni'-ka-ga-hi-cka or White Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Ponka Tribes.
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (right) speaking on behalf of Wisconsin dairy interests to the Dairy Subcommittee of the House Agriculture Committee al...
Date: 1964-10-19 ca.
Description: Cedar tree on shoreline looking out to an old pier over pilings and rocks. There is a building or boathouse on it. This is a former fishing settlement west...
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