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Man with horse-drawn plow and a rooster.
Penfield, Edward, 1866-1925, artist
Library of Congress
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ALABAMANS. ROOSTERS BEING PRESENTED TO ALABAMA CITIZENS AT WHITE HOUSE. AT CENTER: ADMIRAL BENSON, CHAMP CLARK, J.H. BANKHEAD
[Modern illustrated sheets with pictorial envelope]
Desespoir des ennemis de la France a la decouverte de leurs complots
Easter in the old-world barnyard - a new chicken hatched / Keppler.
Cycles Clément, Paris; Pneu Dunlop / / PAL.
Won't you eat just one more kernal [i.e. kernel], Thomas Jefferson?
Govt. Farm, Beltsville, [Maryland]
[Napoleon III, full-length portrait, facing front, walking on crutches, carrying a broken drum on his back, following the Gallic Cock who is leading the way, wearing glasses and smoking a cigarette] / Maurice's Autographic and Lithographic Establishment, No. 160 William St. N.Y.
Letter from Sam Thomas to Thomas Family, September 28, 1873
Farm scenes. Three horses with hand plow and man II
Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger to Mattie V. Oblinger and Ella Oblinger, April 27, 1873
[George Washington standing at a plow, with Mount Vernon in the background]
Farming scenes. Horses plowing I
Heroic women of France toiling to produce food Are you doing your part?
J. Ball, northeast Custer County, Nebraska.
With the three great towers of this little republic ever in view, the Sammarinese plowman wends his way
Letter from Mattie V. Oblinger to George W. Thomas, Grizzie B. Thomas, and Wheeler Thomas Family, June 16, 1873
Letter from Giles S. Thomas to Thomas Family, April 30, 1881
To Kill A Mockingbird play, based on Harper Lee's book, outside the historic courthouse in Monroeville, Alabama
1893 Harper Co. Kansas.
One of the troubles with the Harper hay chopper is the difficulty of moving the stationary machine. Box Elder County, Utah
Harper & Brothers to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, November 10, 1864 (Introduction)
Military map showing the topographical features of the country adjacent to Harper's Ferry, Va.; including Maryland, Loudoun, and Bolivar Heights, and portions of South and Short Mountains, with the positions of the defensive works, also the junction of the Potomac & Shenandoah Rivers, and their passage through the Blue Ridge /
["Andorra," William Warner Harper house, Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania. Fountain]
Harper's Ferry, from Bolivar Heights
Plat book of Harper County, Oklahoma : containing maps of villages, cities and townships of the county, and of the state, United States and world : portraits of representative citizens and leading men of the county /