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CHIEF EXECUTIVE RETURNS FROM WARM SPRINGS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. LOOKING THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY RETURNED FROM A SPRING VACATION AT WARM SPRINGS. BESIDES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT ON THE TRIP FROM HIS GEORGIA RETREAT, OTHERS AT UNION STATION WERE SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL AND SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU. LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

Diana reading from BL Harley 4431, f. 107

Ancient-style plaquette of Diana

Diana and maidens hunting from BL Harley 4431, f. 124

Diana and Pallas from BL Harley 4431, f. 124

Diana reading from BL Harley 4431, f. 107

Eighth vision: John returns from travels; John changes sticks and stones into gold and jewels; John destroyes the temple of Diana.

Miniature showing 1. Thamyris seated before an easel in an urban square, and she paints a portrait of Diana; 2. the finished portrait is visible on an altar through the window of a church in the middle distance. Initial, rubric, border design.

A Sabine man wanted to offer his exceptionally big and beautiful cow to Diana to procure world domination for the Sabines in accordance with the prediction of an oracle; the Roman priest tells him that he has to wash himself in the water of the Tiber before killing the animal; while the Sabine man washes himself, the priest quickly immolates the cow, safeguarding Rome's world domination

Diana the huntress acompanied by her dogs standing in a niche

Diana with Attributes of the Hunt

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Diana (Diana Triuia in aedibus)

Diana accepts the huntsman Orion into her company (Diane admettant en sa compagnie le chasseur orion)

Apollo and Diana

Apollo and Diana

The Judgment of Paris; he is sitting at left with Venus, Juno and Pallas Athena, a winged victory above; in the upper section the Sun in his chariot preceeded by Castor and Pollux on horseback; at lower right two river gods and a naiad above whom Jupiter, an eagle, Ganymede, Diana and another Goddess

Judgment of Paris: Paris extends his hand toward Venus, who stands between Juno and Minerva, surrounded by reclining and seated figures; above are a winged figure carrying a laurel wreath, a charioteer driving four horses, Castor and Pollux, and Jupiter accompanied by Ganymede, an eagle, Diana, and two other female figures

Seated Goddess Diana (recto); Studies of a Nude Male Torso Seen from the Rear, and a leg (verso)

Footed dish with Diana and Actaeon

Plate 12: Diana standing in a niche, twisting to her left and pulling an arrow out of a quiver, with a deer to her right, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Landscape with Diana Resting

Diana

Studies for a Circular Composition of Diana and Her Nymphs Bathing (recto); Studies for the Same Composition (verso)

Diana

Diana the Huntress in a Landscape

Bowl from a birth set with birth scene and Diana and Actaeon

Diana hunting the stag

Diana holding fruit in her left hand standing within a niche

Tantalus at left speaking to Diana at right, set within an elaborate frame, from the 'Loves, Rages and Jealousies of Juno'

Diana

Diana

Diana viewed from behind firing her bow

Classical Female Figure (Diana or Venus) with Two Infants.

Diana Resting

Statue of Niobe and her Worshippers, with Apollo and Diana and other Figures

Statue of Niobe and her Worshippers, with Apollo and Diana and other Figures

The Blasphemy of Niobe from Scenes from the Story of Diana

Diana and Her Nymphs Pursuing a Stag

The Drowning of Britomartis from Scenes from the Story of Diana

Allegory of the Hunt; a hunter holding a large spear carrying a woman (Diana?) on his shoulders; five hunting dogs in the foreground and a retinue of male and female hunters in the background

Allegory of the Hunt; a hunter holding a large spear carrying a woman (Diana?) on his shoulders; five hunting dogs in the foreground and a retinue of male and female hunters in the background

Diana Discovering Callisto's Pregnancy

The Goddess Diana

Tempel van Diana te Efeze

Tempel van Diana te Efeze

Diana als Luna op een wolk

Latona Giving Birth to Apollo and Diana on the Island of Delos

Diana holding a spear with a stag at right and holding a bear on a leash

Diana ontdekt de zwangerschap van Callisto

Jupiter verleidt Callisto in de gedaante van Diana

View of the Temples of Venus and of Diana in Baia from the South

Diana ontdekt de zwangerschap van Callisto

Heads of Goddesses (Flora, Diana, Ceres)

Tempel van Diana

Luna or Diana

Diana and Attendants?

"Diana, Goddess of the Hunt", Folio from the Davis Album

Apollo and Diana

Diana and Actaeon from a set of Ovid's Metamorphoses

Dish with Acteon changed into a stag by Diana

Dish with Diana and the stag

Diana Hunting and Proserpina in the Underworld

Diana and a Leering Satyr in a Forest

Toilet of Diana

Diana with a Hound

Plate 112: Agamemnon Sacrificing Iphigenia (Iphigenia Agamemnoni immolanda, à Diana (cerva eius in locum substituta) surripitur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 105: Diana aiming her bow toward Chione, who is accompanied by two children, in another scene at left Mercury approaches the sleeping Chione, from a series illustrating 'The Metamorphoses' of Ovid

Plate 105: Diane Killing Chione (Chione ob linguae procacitatem a Diana transfigitur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Fountain with a Sculpture of the Godess Diana at Chateau d'Anet

Recto: Diana Resting with Her Hounds; Verso: Flora Seated by a Vase with Two Harks on the Ground, after Jost Amman

Diana Surprised at her Bath

The Pregnancy of Callisto Discovered by Diana

Basin with scenes from the story of Diana and Actaeon

Ewer with scenes from the story of Diana and Callisto

Twee van Diana's nimfen met waterkruiken

Diana en een nimf voor een boom

Twee van Diana's nimfen bij een beekje

Diana en een nimf voor een boom

Diana en een nimf voor een boom

Diana and the Stag

Seated figure of Diana the huntress

Allegorische voorstelling met Apollo en Diana en drie personificaties van de farmacie

Diana in Her Chariot (La Lune sur son char)

The Wedding of the Gods: Second Scene, Diana

Diana ontdekt de zwangerschap van Callisto

Diana, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Seated figure of Diana the huntress

Sleeping figure of Diana the huntress

Diana, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

A hunting trophy: a quiver, two arrows, two bows, a deer head, two dogs, two spears, and the head of Diana at top, from 'Ornaments or Grotesques' (Ornamenti o Grottesche)

Apollo en Diana doden de kinderen van Niobe

Diana and her Nymphs

Plate 12: Atalanta led by Diana (Atalata condoti da Diana), accompanied by warriors bearing shields and spears, from the series 'The magnificent pageant on the river Arno in Florence for the marriage of the Grand Duke' (Le Magnifique carousel fait sur le fleuve de l'Arne a Florence, pour le mariage du Grand Duc), for the wedding celebration of Cosimo de' Medici in Florence, 1608

Diana en Callisto

Arcadian Landscape with several Figures and a Statue of Diana

Diana and Actaeon

Diana

Diana and Callisto

Diana at the Bath After Returning from the Hunt

Diana Bathing