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Date: 1792 ca.
Description: Map of Washington D.C. Labeled on the map are all the main streets, the site of the Capitol and the President's House. The map also shows the relationship...
Date: 1912 after
Description: Seated statue of John Carrol, first Archbishop of Baltimore and founder of Georgetown University. The sculpture has a small pedestal and part of the stone...
Description: Studio portrait of Tabaiwatang or De-Bwawen-Dunk (Sound of Eating), called John, in partial native dress with ornaments and fan. Part of Algonquian and Chi...
Description: Studio portrait (Profile) of Chief Paul Showeway with horned headdress and ornaments and holding a fan. Part of Waulatpuan and Cayuse Tribes.
Description: Edward D. Hollander, national director of Americans for Democratic Action, refers to a chart with the title, "Doom and Gloom — Look who's talking".
Description: This 1941 tourist map of Washington Island, Wisconsin, shows points of interest and places of business. Some information is shown pictorially. Rock, Hog, D...
Date: 1964-08-22 ca.
Description: Two men construct an addition to Mr. Jack Myers' house on Washington Island.
Date: 1967-11-02 ca.
Description: Consumer advocate Ralph Nader speaking at a podium.
Description: Congressman David R. Obey and Senator Gaylord Nelson posed talking in front of the statue of Robert M. La Follette, Sr. in the National Statuary Hall in th...
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: Merriman Smith of UPI, the "dean of the White House correspondents," with President Lyndon Johnson, in the White House. Smith enjoyed a close relationship...
Date: 1891-03-05 before
Description: Front cover and inside of menu for a dinner honoring U.S. Senator John C. Spooner when he was Chairman of the Committee on Claims, with an oval photograph...
Description: Profile studio portrait of Amos White-Swan in partial native dress. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Brule 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.
Description: U.S. Representative David Obey, his wife Joan and their son Douglas pose with Connie G. Hicks (with guitar) and U.S. Representative Tom Petri. Between Doug...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: This blue line print map shows land use, cables, U.S.L.S.S. walk and clearing, and front and rear range lights on the Porte des Morts Passage. Tree types a...
Description: Cabinet card of Arthur E. Wyman who was involved with School District 1.
Description: Portrait of Nez Perce man, Chief Joseph, April, 1900. Part of Shahaptian and Nez-Perce Tribes.
Description: Portrait (Profile) of Ke-Wa-Ko (Good Fox) in partial native dress with peace medal, breastplate and ornaments and holding fan. Part of Caddoan and Pawnee T...
Date: 1947-12-13 before
Description: Menu from the winter dinner of the Gridiron Club, with a "Where Do We Go from Here?" cartoon by Clifford K. Berryman of President Truman as each rider on a...
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