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Conclusion de la campagne libert'e de 1781 en Virginie...the Marquess de la Fayette [with a black soldier]

A vaudevil, sung by the characters at the conclusion of a new farce called the Boston blockade. [Five eight line verse] [Boston: Printed by John House, 1776].

The Conclusion of the Treaty of Troye, Where Henry the V, King of England, Receives the Princess of France in Marriage

Conclusion of verses "On a Pocket Mirror"

Plano de la cortadura de Sn. Fernando qe. manifiesta el estado actual de sus obras ; Plano de la cortadura de Sn. Fernando según resultará verificado el proyecto aprovado pa. su conclusion

To the Prince Regent, on Conclusion of Peace, Subsequent to Waterloo, 1815

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "[A Journal of the operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of ... 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War. L.P.]"

map from "The History of Gustavus Adolphus and of the Thirty Years' War, up to the King's death: with some account of its conclusion by the Peace of Westphalia, anno 1648 ... Illustrated with plans, etc"

map from "The History of Gustavus Adolphus and of the Thirty Years' War, up to the King's death: with some account of its conclusion by the Peace of Westphalia, anno 1648 ... Illustrated with plans, etc"

Atlantic cable celebration, Walpole. N. H., August 19, 1858. Hymn, to be sung at the conclusion of the exhibition, to the tune of "God save the King."

A safe conclusion - judging from the character of the commission just appointed / Zimmerman.

A fog-horn conclusion

The Logical Conclusion of the Lassez [i.e., Laissez] Faires Policy. Herman Parker, said six years old, and he and others said he had worked in the Cannon Mills, Kannapolis, N.C. Location: Kannapolis, North Carolina.

Mexican President-Elect at White House. The Mexican President-Elect was received at the White House today by President and Mrs. Hoover. This picture was made on the main steps of the White House at the conclusion of the call. In the group, left to right: Mrs. Stimson, secretary of State, Senora Dona Yvonne Lynch de Campos-Ortiz, wife of the first Secretary of the Mexican Embassy, President-elect Rubio, President Hoover, Senora Rubio, Mrs. Hoover and Ambassador Rellez

PRESIDENT GREETS SCOUTS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, AT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS RADIO BROADCAST GREET BOY SCOUTS THROUGHOUT NATION, LISTENS WHILE THE OATH IS GIVEN. FROM THE LEFT: JAMES E. WEST, WASHINGTON, CHIEF SCOUT EXECUTIVE; SYDNOR HODGES OF TROOP 97; GEORGE KEPHART, TROOP 33; LLOYD STREET, TROOP 14; AND PHILIP COLE OF TROOP 50. ALL THE BOYS ARE OF WASHINGTON, D.C.

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT LEAVING U.S.S. TARGET AT JACKSONVILLE AT CONCLUSION OF FISHING TRIP IN MARCH 1935

Movie star before senate committee. Washington, D.C., April 3. The S.R.O. sign was hung out today at the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee Hearing as Robert Montgomery, movie star, appeared to express his opposition to a bill designed to prohibit "Block booking" and "Blind selling" two trade practices which curb the discretion that a movie house owner has in selecting pictures to be shown in his community. Speaking as a former President of the Screen Actors Guild, Montgomery told the Committee that the Guild and their lawyers have come to the very definite conclusion that if the bill should become a law it would cut in half the production schedules of the Motion Picture Industry. 4-3- 39

American military delegation calling on Haile Sellassie. At the conclusion of the conference, His Majesty, Haile Sellassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, posed on the palace steps with the entire American delegation. They are, left to right: F. N. Polangin, Captain Conrad, Lieutenant Colonel Baughey, Colonels Bishop and Clark, George Strompl, Captain Powers, and Tafarra Worq. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

Calendar of religious ceremonies in Jer. [i.e., Jerusalem] Easter period, 1941. Procession reaching the tomb, conclusion of funeral

Science and research. Mineral prospecting. Micro-fossils can play an important role in locating the proper spot to drill an oil well. A magnificent history of the flow of ancient seas, of climate, of the rise and fall of empires of primitive forms of life is preserved in stone. Students in defense training courses at a famous mining-engineering school learn to decipher and piece together for an engineering conclusion the facts contained in micro-fossils found in crushed rock. Here they are at work in the micropalenontological laboratory with binocular microscope using special lamps for horizontal illumination. A professor of the geophysics department stands at the far end of the table. Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado

Ashland, Aroostook County, Maine. Marching from the cemetery at the conclusion of the Memorial Day ceremonies

Ashland, Aroostook County, Maine. Marching from the cemetery at the conclusion of the Memorial Day ceremonies

Wartime food demonstration. Participants in a wartime food demonstration, Mrs. Harry Weiner and Mrs. M.L. Caudle, wives of Alexandria, Virginia torpedo plant workers, find an enjoyable conclusion to the demonstration where sugarless, butterless cake was the day's example of wartime cooking

Ashland, Aroostook County, Maine. Marching from the cemetery at the conclusion of the Memorial Day ceremonies

Camp Carson, Colorado. Nucleus of the 122 Infantry Greek battalion at the conclusion of the battalion commander's talk and just before the presentation of the company guidons at the 122's ceremony. The regimental band of the 353 Infantry is in the foreground

MISSION CONTROL CENTER (MCC) VIEW - CONCLUSION APOLLO 11 CELEBRATION - MSC

Mission Control Center (MCC) - Celebration - Conclusion - Apollo XI Mission - MSC

View of Mission Control Center celebrating conclusion of Apollo 11 mission

MISSION CONTROL CENTER (MCC) - CELEBRATION - CONCLUSION - APOLLO 11 MISSION - MSC

Mission Control Center at conclusion of Apollo 15 lunar landing mission

Photograph of President Gerald Ford, Secretary Leonid Brezhnev, and Henry Kissinger at the Conclusion of the Vladivostok Summit

A German soldier, wearing Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical gear, winds up a hose at the conclusion a NATO joint forces training exercise to familiarize German troops with procedures for decontamination of the F-4 Phantom II aircraft

Shipyard workers watch as the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS FLATLEY (FFG 21) slides down the ways at the conclusion of its launching ceremony

Fern Williams Carr, co-sponsor, breaks a bottle of champagne across the bow of the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS JACK WILLIAMS (FFG 24) at the conclusion of the launching ceremony

Shipyard workers watch as the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS JACK WILLIAMS (FFG 24) slides down the ways at the conclusion of its launch ceremony

The Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS JACK WILLIAMS (FFG 24) begins its trip down the ways at the conclusion of its launch ceremony

Dana Elaine Carr, sponsor's proxy, breaks a bottle of champagne across the bow of the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS JACK WILLIAMS (FFG 24) at the conclusion of the launching ceremony

LTC James W. Vanscyoc, 150th Tactical Fighter Group, New Mexico Air National Guard, is helped into his anti-exposure suit before departure at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

MSGT Joe Ross, left, and TSGT John Hartsfield issue C-rations to Air Force personnel for the trip home at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

Custom inspectors check hand baggage before allowing it to be transported to the aircraft for the trip home at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

A left front view of four A-7 Corsair II aircraft preparing for take-off at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

A C-5 Galaxy aircraft, in the background, waits ready for last minute loading at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80. In the foreground, two Egyptian F-4 Phantom II aircraft are parked

Jeeps, trucks and other equipment are loaded aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft for the trip home at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters are loaded aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft for the trip home after the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

Air Force maintenance crews prepare a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter for shipment aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft to Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

U.S. Army troops march to the Egyptian airborne camp to exchange gifts at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

A C-141 Starlifter aircraft takes off for the flight home at the conclusion of exercise Bright Star '80

Mrs. Philip D. Gallery, co-sponsor, breaks a bottle of champagne across the bow of the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS GALLERY (FFG 26) at the conclusion of the launching ceremony. Mrs. Daniel V. Gallery, co-sponsor, is standing in the background

Mrs. Daniel V. Gallery, co-sponsor, breaks a bottle of champagne across the bow of the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS GALLERY (FFG 26) at the conclusion of the launching ceremony. Mrs. Philip D. Gallery, co-sponsor, is standing in the background

The Air Force Honor Guard brings the coffin of Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, from the chapel at the conclusion of memorial services

Guests leave the graveside of Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, at the conclusion of the funeral services at Arlington National Cemetery

The Air Force Honor Guard fires a 21-gun salute at the conclusion of the graveside funeral service at Arlington National Cemetery for Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department

The Air Force Honor Guard fires a 21-gun salute at the conclusion of the graveside funeral service at Arlington National Cemetery for Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department

The Air Force Honor Guard folds the flag from the coffin of Michael Hammer, AFL-CIO labor specialist in San Salvador for the State Department, to be presented to the widow at the conclusion of the graveside service at Arlington National Cemetery

Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, and daughter, Amy, depart Andrews Air Force Base at the conclusion of President Ronald Reagan's inauguration ceremony

Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn, wave from the top of the aircraft steps as they depart Andrews Air Force Base at the conclusion of President Ronald Reagan's inauguration ceremony

At the conclusion of President Ronald Reagan's Inaugural address, he and his wife, Nancy, wave to the public from the specially built platform in front of the Capitol during the Inauguration Day celebration

Amy Carter and her friends walk across the apron toward the aircraft that will carry her and her family back to Plains, Georgia, at the conclusion of President Ronald Reagan's inauguration ceremony

At the conclusion of President Ronald Reagan's Inaugural address, he and his wife, Nancy, turn around and look at the front of the Capitol, during Inauguration Day celebration

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter blows well-wishers a kiss, as she and former President Jimmy Carter prepare to board the aircraft for their trip to Plains, Georgia, at the conclusion of President Ronald Reagan's inauguration ceremony

Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, along with former Vice President Walter Mondale and his wife, Joan, depart Andrews Air Force Base at the conclusion of President Ronald Reagan's inauguration ceremony

Egyptian Air Vice Marshall MAJ. GEN. Zeiko prepares to board the aircraft, at the conclusion of his visit to Washington, D.C

Port bow view of the guided missile frigate MAHLON S. TISDALE (FFG-27) entering the water at the conclusion of the launching ceremony at Todd Pacific Shipyard

Port bow view of the guided missile frigate MAHLON S. TISDALE (FFG-27) entering the water at the conclusion of the launching ceremony at Todd Pacific Shipyard

Bow view of the guided missile frigate MAHLON S. TISDALE (FFG-27) sliding down the ways at the conclusion of the launching ceremony at Todd Pacific Shipyard

President Ronald Reagan, center, leaves the Pentagon at the conclusion of the Medal of Honor award ceremony for retired MSGT Roy P. Benavidez, U.S. Army

Air crewmen remove their protective clothing in the decontamination center at the conclusion of a chemical warfare training exercise

Shipyard workers watch as the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS STEPHEN W. GROVES (FFG 29) slides down the ways at the conclusion of the launching ceremony

Miriam Groves Landry, left, sponsor's proxy; John Sullivan, president of Bath Iron works; and Susan Groves Mills, matron of honor, stand with their backs to the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS STEPHEN W. GROVES (FFG 29). The GROVES has just slid down the ways at the conclusion of the launch ceremony

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- A smiling George Page, launch director for the historic maiden flight of space shuttle Columbia, waves a miniature American flag at the conclusion of a press conference following the successful launch on April 12. With Page is Hugh Harris, chief of the Public Information Branch, NASA Public Affairs, Kennedy Space Center. Photo credit: NASA KSC-81PC-0411

A bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI (SSN-705) sliding down the ways at the conclusion of the launching ceremony

A starboard bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI (SSN-705) in the water at the conclusion of the launching ceremony

An aerial port quarter view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI (SSN-705) sliding into the water at the conclusion of the launching ceremony. In the background is the nuclear-powered strategic missile submarine FLORIDA (SSBN-728) under construction

The guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) slides down the ways at the conclusion of christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Former Chief of Naval Operations Retired ADM Robert B. Carney points toward the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) as it slides down the ways at the conclusion of christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Balloons float skyward as the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) slides down the ways at the conclusion of christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Balloons float skyward as the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG 30) slides down the ways at the conclusion of the christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Division

Balloons float skyward as the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) slides down the ways at the conclusion of christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Retired Admiral Robert B. Carney, former CHIEF of Naval Operations, points toward the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG 30) as it slides down the ways at the conclusion of the christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Division

Chaplain (CMDR.) R.C. Mellett exchanges salutes with side boys at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN-700)

Rear Admiral H.L. (RADM) Young, supervisor of shipbuilding, conversion and repair, exchanges salutes with side boys at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700)

Rear Admiral (RADM) H.L. Young, supervisor of shipbuilding, conversion and repair, exchanges salutes with side boys at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700)

P. Takis Veliotis, executive vice president, General Dynamics, and general manager, Electric Boat Division, passes between two ranks of side boys at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700)

Captain (CAPT) Donald R. Ferrier, commanding officer of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700), escorts Rita C. Clements, sponsor, between two ranks of side boys at the conclusion of the ship's commissioning ceremony

Crew members escort guests on a tour of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700) at the conclusion of the ship's commissioning

Captain (CAPT) Donald R. Ferrier, commanding officer of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700), escorts Rita C. Clements, sponsor, between two ranks of side boys at the conclusion of the ship's commissioning ceremony

A distinguished guest passes between two ranks of side boys at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700)

Guests bow their heads for the benediction at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700)

Chaplain (CDR) R.C. Mellett exchanges salutes with side boys at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700)

Guests bow their heads for the benediction at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700)

Guests bow their heads for the benediction at the conclusion of the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS DALLAS (SSN 700)