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La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 10 (verso)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 5 (verso)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 11 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 6 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 10 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 14 (verso)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 4 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 9 (verso)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 8 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 7 (verso)

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La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 13 (verso)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 16 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 8 (verso)

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La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 12 (verso)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 16 (verso)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 7 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 3 (verso)

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La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 15 (verso)

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La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 12 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 14 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 4 (verso)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 9 (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, title page (recto)

La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, title page (verso)

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La Gloria et l'Honore di Ponti Tagliati, E Ponti in Aere, page 11 (verso)

Vijzel met opschrift: SOLI DEO GLORIA OVWEROGGE FECIT 1637

Amore e gloria; Milano, Nella reg. duc. corte, per M. P. Malatesta [1669?]p. cm.

Gloria Mundi, or The Devil addressing the sun - Pare. Lost, Book IV

Gloria Frederici, Andromeda, and Triangula / Sidy. Hall, sculpt.

Cortége du baptême de la princesse royale Dona Maria de Gloria à Rio de Janeiro.

[Old Swedes Church (Gloria Dei Church) and cemetery, Philadelphia, with Reverend Jehu Curtis Clay standing among gravestones]

Jerusalem. Los Griegos en el santo sepulchro el sábado de gloria.

Joaquin from "El album de la gloria de Chile. Homenaje al ejército i armada de Chile en la memoria de sus más ilustres marinos i soldados muertos por la patria en la guerra del Pacífico, 1879-1883 ... Illustrado, etc"

Ignacio from "El album de la gloria de Chile. Homenaje al ejército i armada de Chile en la memoria de sus más ilustres marinos i soldados muertos por la patria en la guerra del Pacífico, 1879-1883 ... Illustrado, etc"

In excelsis gloria; A Christmas carol

Chilean engineer from "El album de la gloria de Chile. Homenaje al ejército i armada de Chile en la memoria de sus más ilustres marinos i soldados muertos por la patria en la guerra del Pacífico, 1879-1883 ... Illustrado, etc"

portrait from "El album de la gloria de Chile. Homenaje al ejército i armada de Chile en la memoria de sus más ilustres marinos i soldados muertos por la patria en la guerra del Pacífico, 1879-1883 ... Illustrado, etc"

Gloria Patri

Gloria in Perpetuum, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

Gloria in Perpetuum, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

Gloria

Gloria Swanson

Gloria Swanson & husband

Gloria Swanson & husband

Caruso girl (Gloria)

Edith, Geo. Gould, Gloria

Gloria Swanson

Gloria Braggiotti

Gloria Swanson & husband

Gloria Swanson

Gloria Swanson

Gloria Swanson

Caruso girl (Gloria)

Interior, Old Swede's [Gloria Dei] Church, Philadelphia, Pa.

[Gloria Vanderbilt Whitney Fountain, International Bureau of American Republics (Pan American Union), Washington, D.C.]

[Stills of Billie Burke starring in motion picture, "Gloria's Romance", 1916: boxing with woman in gymnasium (198)]

[Stills of Billie Burke starring in motion picture, "Gloria's Romance", 1916: being driven in bicycle sedan chair (108)]

Miss Grace Gloria Ahr, chosen to be the modern emulator of Cleopatra in the "Congress of the Seas" during Shrine week

Elinor and Gloria, daughters of Capt. and Mrs. Emmett Gudger and granddaughters of Sen. Walsh of Montana, and their Christmas tree

"Lost in action." Little Gloria Largent was the first youngster to stray away from her parents on the White House lawn today where thousands of Washington children rolled their Easter eggs today. White House officer B.B. Bradley is holding Gloria

Elinor and Gloria, daughters of Capt. and Mrs. Emmett Gudger and granddaughters of Sen. Walsh of Montana, and their Christmas tree

"Lost in action." Little Gloria Largent was the first youngster to stray away from her parents on the White House lawn today where thousands of Washington children rolled their Easter eggs today. White House officer B.B. Bradley is holding Gloria

PERKINS, GLORIA, MISS. PORTRAIT

PERKINS, GLORIA, MISS. PORTRAIT

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. TO CLIMAX THE ROUNDS OF THE MANY BIRTHDAY BALLS AT VARIOUS HOTELS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUT A HUGE CAKE AT THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL. GLORIA JEAN, JUVENILE MOVIE STAR, IS SHOWN WITH THE FIRST LADY

FIRST LADY SLICES PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. MRS. ROOSEVELT HOLDS ALOFT A PIECE OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AFTER SLICING IT AT THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL TONIGHT TO CLIMAX HER VISITS TO MANY OF THE BIRTHDAY BALLS BEING HELD IN THE CAPITAL. GLORIA JEAN, JUVENILE MOVIE STAR, IS PICTURED WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT

Mrs. James Narbone, her daughter, Gloria, and her son, Salvatore, as they were checked in today at the first unit of the new Vladeck City Houses / World-Telegram photo by Ravenna.

Lloyd and Gloria Kinney with their mother. Eden Mills, Vermont

Lloyd and Gloria Kinney. Eden Mills, Vermont

Gloria Callen and Clarence H. Low

Send your typewriters to war. At Universal City, California, Maria Montez, glamorous Latin-American movie star, and Gloria Jean, typical of young America in Hollywood, helped collect over one hundred typewriters for the Army, Navy, and Marines. Only machines manufactured since January 1, 1935 were commandeered; no portables were wanted. A telephonic dictation room is being set up whereby busy executives can pick up the telephone, dictate their mail to a centrally located room which insures prompt typing of their letters, and at the same time more correspondence can be handled with lesser number of typewriters

Butte, Montana. Family of Victor Rauh, miner. Left to right: Gloria, Richard, Katherine, Mr. Rauh, Harvey, Dorothy, Victor Jr.

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Gloria Brink, seven, at the piano. She takes piano lessons

Gloria Callen, Olympic swimming champion

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. A.S. Brink is a regular subscriber to the welders' trade journal. Gloria, his daughter, is also interested

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. Arthur Sven Brink and his family. Mr. Brink is a welder at an important war factory in the Minneapolis area. He lives in a medium-sized house with his wife Hilda and their four children: Mary Jane, four, Gloria, seven, Caren, ten, and Ruth, twelve. Mr. Brink was born in Skara, province of Vesterjutland, Sweden. His wife was born in Minnesota, but her father came from Vastmanland and her mother from Varmland. They have been married thirteen years and have lived in Minneapolis all that time. Mr. Brink goes to work at six o'clock in the morningand his earnings average ninety dollars per week. He has been a welder for fifteen years and has been on his new job for two months

Send your typewriters to war. At Universal City, California, Maria Montez, glamorous Latin-American movie star, and Gloria Jean, typical of young America in Hollywood, helped collect over one hundred typewriters for the Army, Navy, and Marines. Only machines manufactured since January 1, 1935 were commandeered; no portables were wanted. A telephonic dictation room is being set up whereby busy executives can pick up the telephone, dictate their mail to a centrally located room which insures prompt typing of their letters, and at the same time more correspondence can be handled with lesser number of typewriters

Send your typewriters to war. At Universal City, California, Maria Montez, glamorous Latin-American movie star, and Gloria Jean, typical of young America in Hollywood, helped collect over one hundred typewriters for the Army, Navy, and Marines. Only machines manufactured since January 1, 1935 were commandeered; no portables were wanted. A telephonic dictation room is being set up whereby busy executives can pick up the telephone, dictate their mail to a centrally located room which insures prompt typing of their letters, and at the same time more correspondence can be handled with lesser number of typewriters

Send your typewriters to war. At Universal City, California, Maria Montez, glamorous Latin-American movie star, and Gloria Jean, typical of young America in Hollywood, helped collect over one hundred typewriters for the Army, Navy, and Marines. Only machines manufactured since January 1, 1935 were commandeered; no portables were wanted. A telephonic dictation room is being set up whereby busy executives can pick up the telephone, dictate their mail to a centrally located room which insures prompt typing of their letters, and at the same time more correspondence can be handled with lesser number of typewriters

Left to right: James Herbert, (colored) runner; Vincent Richards, tennis; Arthur MacPherson, national veterans tennis champion; Mrs. Harry McNaughton, golfer; Jess Sweetser, golfer; Gloria Callen, swimmer; Frank Shields, tennis; Maureen Orcutt, golfer; George J. Elder, yachtsman; Wallace Merrihew (old guy), editor American Lawn Tennis journal; and John Borican, (colored) runner

Send your typewriters to war. At Universal City, California, Maria Montez, glamorous Latin-American movie star, and Gloria Jean, typical of young America in Hollywood, helped collect over one hundred typewriters for the Army, Navy, and Marines. Only machines manufactured since January 1, 1935 were commandeered; no portables were wanted. A telephonic dictation room is being set up whereby busy executives can pick up the telephone, dictate their mail to a centrally located room which insures prompt typing of their letters, and at the same time more correspondence can be handled with lesser number of typewriters

Send your typewriters to war. At Universal City, California, Maria Montez, glamorous Latin-American movie star, and Gloria Jean, typical of young America in Hollywood, helped collect over one hundred typewriters for the Army, Navy, and Marines. Only machines manufactured since January 1, 1935 were commandeered; no portables were wanted. A telephonic dictation room is being set up whereby busy executives can pick up the telephone, dictate their mail to a centrally located room which insures prompt typing of their letters, and at the same time more correspondence can be handled with lesser number of typewriters

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. Authur Sven Brink and his family. Mr. Brink is a welder at an important war factory in the Minneapolis area. He lives in a medium-sized house with his wife Hilda and their four children: Mary Jane, four, Gloria, seven, Caren, ten, and Ruth twelve. Mr. Brink was born in Skara, a province of Vesterjutland, Sweden. His wife was born in Minnesota but her father came from Vastmanland and her mother from Varmland. They have been married thirteen years and have lived in Minneapolis all that time. Mr. Brink goes to work at six o'clock in the nmorning and hie earnings average ninety dollars per week. He has been a welder for fifteen years and has been on his new job for two months

Hotel Gloria

[Portrait of Gloria King, New York, N.Y., ca. Apr. 1947]

Ägare:/1939-65/: Gebrüder Walter & John Gräpel. Hemort: Hamburg.

[Roxy theatre usher, Gloria Stewart, opening tape to let patrons down the aisle] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick DeMarsico.

[Portrait of Gloria Davy, as Aida, Act II, Scene I]

[Portrait of Gloria Davy, as Aida, Act I, Scene 2]

[Portrait of Gloria Vanderbilt]

[Portrait of Gloria Davy, as Aida, Act II, Scene I]

[Portrait of Gloria Vanderbilt]