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Ben carson election 2016 president candidate.

Ben carson election 2016 president candidate.

Police interview montreal.

Police interview montreal.

The Sorrows of Werter–The Last Interview

The Sorrows of Werter–The Last Interview

Radha Crosses a River to Interview a Hindu Sage

Radha Crosses a River to Interview a Hindu Sage

Jenny Dean's interview with the queen / printed in oil colours by G. Baxter (patentee) from a painting by Mrs. Seyffarth.

Jenny Dean's interview with the queen / printed in oil colours by G. Baxter (patentee) from a painting by Mrs. Seyffarth.

Interview with the viceroy of Egypt, at his palace, Alexandria, May 12th 1939.

Interview with the viceroy of Egypt, at his palace, Alexandria, May 12th 1939.

Interview with the Viceroy of Egypt at his palace at Alexandria / David Roberts, R.A.

Interview with the Viceroy of Egypt at his palace at Alexandria / David Roberts, R.A.

Interview of Gen. Lafayette with his wife & daughters in the prison of Olmutz

Interview of Gen. Lafayette with his wife & daughters in the prison of Olmutz

The Seventh Regiment awaiting the termination of the interview between the Embassy and the Municipal and State Authorities, June 18, 1860.

The Seventh Regiment awaiting the termination of the interview between the Embassy and the Municipal and State Authorities, June 18, 1860.

The Seventh Regiment awaiting the termination of the interview between the Embassy and the Municipal and State Authorities, June 18, 1860.

The Seventh Regiment awaiting the termination of the interview between the Embassy and the Municipal and State Authorities, June 18, 1860.

Theodore Dehon to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 20, 1861 (Seeks interview)

Theodore Dehon to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 20, 1861  (Seeks interview)

John M. Botts to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 07, 1861 (Seeks interview)

John M. Botts to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 07, 1861  (Seeks interview)

Fitz Henry Warren to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, June 28, 1861 (Seeks interview)

Fitz Henry Warren to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, June 28, 1861  (Seeks interview)

Simon Cameron to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 03, 1861 (Interview with men from Richmond)

Simon Cameron to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 03, 1861  (Interview with men from Richmond)

John Hickman to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 13, 1861 (Seeks interview)

John Hickman to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 13, 1861  (Seeks interview)

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Saturday, March 09, 1861 (Requests interview for Carl Schurz)

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Saturday, March 09, 1861  (Requests interview for Carl Schurz)

Charles Naylor to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, June 11, 1861 (Seeks interview)

Charles Naylor to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, June 11, 1861  (Seeks interview)

Simon Cameron to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, May 22, 1861 (Interview with Col. Franklin)

Simon Cameron to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, May 22, 1861  (Interview with Col. Franklin)

G. L. Vliet to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 07, 1861 (Telegram seeking an interview)

G. L. Vliet to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 07, 1861  (Telegram seeking an interview)

John P. Hale to Abraham Lincoln, 1861-65 (Requests interview)

John P. Hale to Abraham Lincoln, 1861-65  (Requests interview)

Dorothea Lynde Dix to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, June 17, 1861 (Interview)

Dorothea Lynde Dix to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, June 17, 1861  (Interview)

Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 02, 1862 (Seeks interview)

Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 02, 1862  (Seeks interview)

Franz Sigel to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 30, 1862 (Requests private interview)

Franz Sigel to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 30, 1862  (Requests private interview)

Edward M. Thomas to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, August 16, 1862 (Seeks interview)

Edward M. Thomas to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, August 16, 1862  (Seeks interview)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 03, 1862 (Interview with soldier regarding case of Nathaniel Gordon)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 03, 1862  (Interview with soldier regarding case of Nathaniel Gordon)

Waldemar R. Raasloff to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, February 13, 1862 (Requests interview with Lincoln)

Waldemar R. Raasloff to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, February 13, 1862  (Requests interview with Lincoln)

Andrew G. Curtin to Abraham Lincoln, April 3 [1862] (Interview)

Andrew G. Curtin to Abraham Lincoln, April 3 [1862]  (Interview)

Abraham Lincoln to John J. Crittenden, John W. Crisfield and William A. Hall, Wednesday, December 17, 1862 (Interview)

Abraham Lincoln to John J. Crittenden, John W. Crisfield and William A. Hall, Wednesday, December 17, 1862  (Interview)

Nehemiah G. Ordway to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 24, 1863 (Requests another interview)

Nehemiah G. Ordway to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 24, 1863  (Requests another interview)

Fernando Wood to Abraham Lincoln, [June 5, 1863] (Interview)

Fernando Wood to Abraham Lincoln, [June 5, 1863]  (Interview)

Bryan Tyson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 01, 1863 (Seeks interview)

Bryan Tyson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 01, 1863  (Seeks interview)

Notice. To prevent misapprehension and to ascertain the facts in relation to drafting, I have had an interview with the provost marshal this morning, and am assured that drafting for a portion of Washington County only has taken place, and that

Notice. To prevent misapprehension and to ascertain the facts in relation to drafting, I have had an interview with the provost marshal this morning, and am assured that drafting for a portion of Washington County only has taken place, and that

Edward Jordan to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, February 20, 1864 (Requests interview with president)

Edward Jordan to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, February 20, 1864  (Requests interview with president)

Enoch G. Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, August 15, 1864 (Request for interview)

Enoch G. Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, August 15, 1864  (Request for interview)

President Lincoln and General Grant on peace and war. Interview with the President. Mr. Lincoln's view on democratic strategy. [Signed] J. T. Mills. Letter of General Grant. City Point, Va. Aug. 16, 1864.

President Lincoln and General Grant on peace and war. Interview with the President. Mr. Lincoln's view on democratic strategy. [Signed] J. T. Mills. Letter of General Grant. City Point, Va. Aug. 16, 1864.

James M. Scovel to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 09, 1864 (Telegram requesting interview)

James M. Scovel to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 09, 1864  (Telegram requesting interview)

Joseph Holt to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, February 13, 1864 (Requests interview with president)

Joseph Holt to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, February 13, 1864  (Requests interview with president)

William H. Purnell to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 15, 1864 (Telegram requesting an interview)

William H. Purnell to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 15, 1864  (Telegram requesting an interview)

Jacob L. W. Doxtator to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, September 01, 1864 (Seeks interview)

Jacob L. W. Doxtator to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, September 01, 1864  (Seeks interview)

James C. Richart to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 02, 1864 (Requests interview)

James C. Richart to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 02, 1864  (Requests interview)

Elihu B. Washburne to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, February 03, 1864 (Interview for General John Cochrane)

Elihu B. Washburne to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, February 03, 1864  (Interview for General John Cochrane)

George W. Harris to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 30, 1864 (Seeks interview)

George W. Harris to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 30, 1864  (Seeks interview)

John W. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 30, 1864 (Seeks interview)

John W. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 30, 1864  (Seeks interview)

Stephen G. Hicks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 15, 1864 (Seeks interview)

Stephen G. Hicks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 15, 1864  (Seeks interview)

William Wallace and Peter E. Bland to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 11, 1865 (Lincoln's interview with Gen. Grierson)

William Wallace and Peter E. Bland to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 11, 1865  (Lincoln's interview with Gen. Grierson)

The stolen interview

The stolen interview

Views of Senator Blaine on the financial question and secretary Sherman's recommendations An interesting interview. Augusta, Dec. 8, 1879 To the editor of the Boston journal. [Boston. 1879.].

Views of Senator Blaine on the financial question and secretary Sherman's recommendations An interesting interview. Augusta, Dec. 8, 1879 To the editor of the Boston journal. [Boston. 1879.].

Washington's first interview with Mrs. Custis, afterwords Mrs. Washington.

Washington's first interview with Mrs. Custis, afterwords Mrs. Washington.

[Moonlight interview : her white arm round a moonlit tree, glistened with jewelled brilliancy]

[Moonlight interview : her white arm round a moonlit tree, glistened with jewelled brilliancy]

Interview between Grant and Pemberton

Interview between Grant and Pemberton

Oglethorpe's interview with Tomo-chi-chi.

Oglethorpe's interview with Tomo-chi-chi.

Sir John de Grey's interview with Madge Lee from "Minnigrey. A romance ... Illustrated by Sir John Gilbert"

Sir John de Grey's interview with Madge Lee from "Minnigrey. A romance ... Illustrated by Sir John Gilbert"

The interview with the Custom-house officer

The interview with the Custom-house officer

A private interview between a young immigrant and an Ellis Island official. Two staff members [?] are also present.

A private interview between a young immigrant and an Ellis Island official. Two staff members [?] are also present.

The mention of Mr. Tagg's name in the social column attracts some gentlemen of the press : Mr. Tagg gracefully submits to an interview

The mention of Mr. Tagg's name in the social column attracts some gentlemen of the press : Mr. Tagg gracefully submits to an interview

"We got ten bears in all." - President Roosevelt's first interview on the road from the bear hunt

"We got ten bears in all." - President Roosevelt's first interview on the road from the bear hunt

Commissions - To Foreign Nations - Labor - British King received American Labor delegates. Photo shows American Labor delegates leaving Buckingham Palace after their interview with the King on their visit to London

Commissions - To Foreign Nations - Labor - British King received American Labor delegates. Photo shows American Labor delegates leaving Buckingham Palace after their interview with the King on their visit to London

Immigration Interview on Angel Island

Immigration Interview on Angel Island

Mrs. Hortense Russell, left, of San Francisco, Miss Lucy Branham, Wash., D.C. and Mrs. John Jay White, of N.Y., who will lead the delegation to interview Pres. Coolidge on Nov. 17

Mrs. Hortense Russell, left, of San Francisco, Miss Lucy Branham, Wash., D.C. and Mrs. John Jay White, of N.Y., who will lead the delegation to interview Pres. Coolidge on Nov. 17

Mrs. Wilson's first flight. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, widow of the war-time president, completes her first airplane flight. She was in the ship piloted by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, who made a dawn-to-dusk flight from New Orleans to New York and return. A stowaway, Miss Marie Reynolds, extreme right, was discovered and treated royally. From the left: Mrs. Eddie Rickenbacker, wife of the flier; Mrs. Eugene Meyer, wife of the publisher; Capt. Rickenbacker, Mrs. Wilson and Miss Reynolds, who was carried aloft as she sought an interview with Capt. Rickenbacker for her school paper. 1/16/35

Mrs. Wilson's first flight. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, widow of the war-time president, completes her first airplane flight. She was in the ship piloted by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, who made a dawn-to-dusk flight from New Orleans to New York and return. A stowaway, Miss Marie Reynolds, extreme right, was discovered and treated royally. From the left: Mrs. Eddie Rickenbacker, wife of the flier; Mrs. Eugene Meyer, wife of the publisher; Capt. Rickenbacker, Mrs. Wilson and Miss Reynolds, who was carried aloft as she sought an interview with Capt. Rickenbacker for her school paper. 1/16/35

[Chillun Home]

[Chillun Home]

[Red Fiah Dress]

[Red Fiah Dress]

Exclusive interview for youngest reporter "covering" Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., March 30. Youngest reporter "covering" the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the President's court reorganization plan, nine-year-old Nicky Arundel, editor of Nicky's News in Washington, scooped his rivals today when he received an exclusive interview with Senator Pat McCarran, (left) of Nevada, and Senator F. Ryan Duffy of Wisconsin. Both Senators are members of the Judiciary Committee, 3/30/1937

Exclusive interview for youngest reporter "covering" Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., March 30. Youngest reporter "covering" the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the President's court reorganization plan, nine-year-old Nicky Arundel, editor of Nicky's News in Washington, scooped his rivals today when he received an exclusive interview with Senator Pat McCarran, (left) of Nevada, and Senator F. Ryan Duffy of Wisconsin. Both Senators are members of the Judiciary Committee, 3/30/1937

The interview for unemployment compensation. San Francisco, California

The interview for unemployment compensation. San Francisco, California

The interview for unemployment compensation. San Francisco, California

The interview for unemployment compensation. San Francisco, California

[Connecticut Clockmaker--Botsford]

[Connecticut Clockmaker--Botsford]

FCC Chairman faces lens of television camera. Washington, D.C., Chairman Frank R. McNinch of the Federal Communications Commission as he faces the television camera on the Mall this afternoon. Chairman McNinch was interview by NBC announcer Gordon Hittenmark as a feature of the RCA-NBC television demonstrations now being conduction in cooperation with the National Press Club, 1-31-39

FCC Chairman faces lens of television camera. Washington, D.C., Chairman Frank R. McNinch of the Federal Communications Commission as he faces the television camera on the Mall this afternoon. Chairman McNinch was interview by NBC announcer Gordon Hittenmark as a feature of the RCA-NBC television demonstrations now being conduction in cooperation with the National Press Club, 1-31-39

An interview between two men, concerning black marketing, while a stenographer takes notes

An interview between two men, concerning black marketing, while a stenographer takes notes

[Maurice Chevalier Interview]

[Maurice Chevalier Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Maurice Chevalier Interview]

[Maurice Chevalier Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

["Report from Europe" Interview of Minister Pierre Pfimlin - Radio Program]

["Report from Europe" Interview of Minister Pierre Pfimlin - Radio Program]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Rouault's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

[Georges Braque's Interview]

Longines Chronoscope Interviews, v. 16

Longines Chronoscope Interviews, v. 16

[Rear Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, during an interview at the U.S. News and World Report conference room ]

[Rear Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, during an interview at the U.S. News and World Report conference room ]

[Rear Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, during an interview at the U.S. News and World Report conference room ]

[Rear Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, during an interview at the U.S. News and World Report conference room ]

[Rear Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, half-length portrait, seated, facing front, during an interview at the U.S. News and World Report conference room ]

[Rear Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, half-length portrait, seated, facing front, during an interview at the U.S. News and World Report conference room ]

Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Massachusetts. Interview in Mr. Miller's office

Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Massachusetts. Interview in Mr. Miller's office