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S.T.W. Sanford & Sons

Blue-colored flacon de poche decorated with fleur de lys, hearts and roses

Blue-colored flacon de poche decorated with fleur de lys and hearts

Amber-colored flacon de poche decorated with fleur de lys and hearts

King of Hearts, from a Set of Piquet Cards

Nine of Hearts, from a Set of Piquet Cards

A Study for a Frontispiece: The Trinity and Saints surrounding the Sacred Hearts of Christ and the Virgin Mary, a Coastal Landscape Below

A new federal song. Tune.- "Hearts of Oak" [n. d.].

Portrait silhouette; "Ah! the shadow mocks our hearts! Flit, O deaden'd Shade! away..." [signed] E. 1795

General La Fayette. To have been a partaker with Washington, in the perils and glory of our great conflict for freedom, is a passport to our hearts. In meeting you, his loved form seems to approach us ... Chester County, July 26, 1825.

Washington: first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen

Washington: first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen

Washington: first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing Cana, with symbols: rings, joined hands, orb with hearts, and grapes]

Queen of hearts

King of Hearts

The nation mourns his loss. He still lives in the hearts of the people.

Post office department. The nation mourns his loss. He still lives in the hearts of the people. [mourning badge].

Still are there hearts for whom thy roses blow

The Spirit in our hearts

With loving hearts

"Two hearts that beat as one." President Cleveland. President Cleveland's bride

Sweet hearts long ago

Sweet hearts long ago

Sweet hearts long ago

weeping angels from "Hearts and Voices: Songs of the Better Land. Illustrated, etc"

engraving from "Hearts and Voices: Songs of the Better Land. Illustrated, etc"

Sweet hearts long ago

Can hearts so soon forget

Can hearts so soon forget

Can hearts so soon forget

Can hearts so soon forget

Can hearts so soon forget

Can hearts so soon forget

Can hearts so soon forget

Hearts are trumps

Can hearts so soon forget

Hearts

Days of hearts and flowers

Hearts

Two hearts that beat as one

Days of hearts and flowers

Hearts

Hearts

Hearts

Horatio Nelson from "Hearts of Oak. A story of Nelson and the Navy"

Hearts

Hearts

Two hearts that beat as one

Hearts

Hearts

Hearts

Hearts

Days of hearts and flowers

Hearts

Days of hearts and flowers

Two hearts that beat as one

Days of hearts and flowers

Hearts

Hearts

Two hearts that beat as one

Days of hearts and flowers

Two hearts that beat as one

Two hearts that beat as one

Hearts

Hearts

Love has bound our hearts

If hearts could only speak

Love has bound our hearts

If hearts could only speak

Love has bound our hearts

If hearts could only speak

Love has bound our hearts

If hearts could only speak

If hearts could only speak

Love has bound our hearts

If hearts could only speak

Love has bound our hearts

If hearts could only speak

If hearts could only speak

Human hearts an idyl of the Arkansaw hills.

Hearts and flowers. A new flower song

Hearts and flowers

Hearts and flowers

Hearts and flowers. A new flower song

Hearts and flowers. A new flower song

Hearts and flowers

Hearts and flowers

Hearts and flowers. A new flower song

Hearts and flowers

Hearts and flowers. A new flower song

Hearts and flowers

Hearts and flowers. A new flower song

Charles Frohman's $40,000 production, Hearts are trumps written by Cecil Raleigh ; a modern spectacle presented as produced by Arthur Collins at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.

[Hearts Bay from Rogers' Rock Hotel, Lake George, N.Y.]

[Hearts Bay from upper cottage, Rogers' Rock, Lake George, N.Y.]

When two hearts are one

When two little hearts are one

When two hearts are one

Two hearts that beat as one