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Jimmy Miller

Jimmy Miller

Jimmy Miller

Hunkers, attend! Fire away!! The above is a true likeness of "ten cent Jimmy" Buchanan, the "damed-black-rat's" candidate for president ... P. S. "Jimmy" you cannot win! Freedom's Office, Fremont's Peak, Rocky Mountains [1856?].

Justice's "jimmy" / Gillam.

[Jimmy McAleer, Cleveland Spiders, baseball card portrait]

Jimmy Carney, Pugilist, from World's Champions, Series 1 (N28) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes

[Jimmy McAleer, Cleveland Spiders, baseball card portrait]

Jimmy Carroll, Pugilist, from World's Champions, Series 1 (N28) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes

Jimmy Hall

[Jimmy Barrett, Boston AL, bust portrait, in uniform, facing right]

[Jimmy Sheckard, Chicago NL, at Polo Grounds, New York (baseball)]

[Jimmy Lavender, Ward Miller, Charlie Smith, and Tommy Leach, Chicago NL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Archer, Chicago, NL (baseball)]

Jimmy Dunn & Johnny Kilbane

[Jimmy Dygert, Philadelphia Athletics, baseball card portrait]

Jimmy Clabby. Boxing

[Jimmy Lavender, Chicago NL, at Polo Grounds, NY (baseball)]

[Jimmy Lavender, Chicago NL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Lavender, Chicago NL, at Polo Grounds, NY (baseball)]

[Jimmy Archer, Chicago NL (baseball)]

[Michael T. "Jimmy" Walsh, Philadelphia NL (baseball)]

[James C. "Jimmy" Walsh, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Walsh, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Lavender, Ward Miller, Charlie Smith, Tommy Leach, Chicago NL, at Polo Grounds, NY (baseball)]

[Jimmy C. Walsh, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

[Jimmy C. Walsh, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Archer, Chicago NL (baseball)]

[Al Bridwell & Jimmy Archer, Chicago NL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Esmond, Indianapolis Federal League (baseball)]

Jimmy. "Pink, would you go down to Schmidts the Hatters' and bring me my new derby hat?"

Jimmy. "'Lo Pinkey. Do you vant to take dot delivery cart of rye bread undt sausages to der

[Jimmy Johnston, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

[Edward "Slim" Love, Charlie Mullen, ?, Bob Shawkey, Ray Fisher, Luke Boone, Roger Peckinpaugh, ?, Allen Russell, Urban Shocker, Wally Pipp, Frank Baker, Jimmy Duggan (trainer), ?, Hugh High, New York AL (baseball), at White House]

[Edward "Slim" Love, cop, Charlie Mullen, ?, Bob Shawkey, ?, Luke Boone, Ray Fisher, Roger Peckinpaugh, Allen Russell, Urban Shocker, Wally Pipp, Frank Baker, Jimmy Duggan (trainer), ?, Hugh High, New York AL (baseball), at White House]

[Casey Stengel, Jimmy Johnston, Hy Myers, Zack Wheat, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - Pal Moore decorated by Prince Albert. Pal Moore who was decorated by Prince Albert for his victory over Jimmy Wilde, the two inserts show the two sides of the medal won by the U.S. sailor just returned from abroad

The body of Lieutenant Jimmy Europe who died suddenly this week is here seen being carried from St. Mark's Church.

Lieut. "Jimmy" Europe and his famous band; Another drum, beaten by Willie Webb, of Louisville, Ky., was a trophy left by the Germans when they retreated hurriedly in the Champagne engagement.

This is the wreath presented by the Ford-Darney Orchestra in memory of Lieutenant Jimmy Europe, leader of the famous Jazz band which won its laurels with 369th Infantry in France; His funeral took place from St. Mark's Church in West 53rd St.

[Wheeler R. "Doc" Johnston, Cleveland AL & Jimmy H. Johnston, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Murphy, winner of 500-mile auto race at Indianapolis, Ind., May 30, 1922, and Ernie Olson, mechanic, seated on Harley-Davidson motorcycle and in sidecar]

[Jimmy Johnston, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Johnston, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Johnston, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Dykes, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

[Jimmy Dykes, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

Jimmy Davis, Jr.

Jane Davis, Jimmy Davis & Theodore Amussen, [5/15/25]

NATION'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE RECEIVES GOLD BASEBALL PASS FROM PRESIDENT OF WASHINGTON CLUB. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAS PRESENTED WITH A GOLD SEASON BASEBALL PASS TODAY BY PRESIDENT CLARK C. GRIFFITH OF THE WASHINGTON BASEBALL CLUB. AT THE SAME TIME MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS GIVEN A GOLD PASS SET IN A LEATHER POCKETBOOK. WITH GRIFFITH ARE HIS TWO ADOPTED SONS JIMMY AND BILLY

Goodbye to Congress: Gassoway family leave. Rep. Percy L. Gassaway (D. of Okla) packed up his family Friday and stepped on the gas for Coalgate, Okla. [...] and home. Gassaway decided not to wait for Congress to adjourn. Left to right: Jimmy 7, Mrs. Gassaway, Betty Jane, 10, Betty Jo, 13, and the Cowboy Congressman himself [...] "Goodbye Washington" 7/26/35

Goodbye to Congress: Gassoway family leave. Rep. Percy L. Gassaway (D. of Okla) packed up his family Friday and stepped on the gas for Coalgate, Okla. [...] and home. Gassaway decided not to wait for Congress to adjourn. Left to right: Jimmy 7, Mrs. Gassaway, Betty Jane, 10, Betty Jo, 13, and the Cowboy Congressman himself [...] "Goodbye Washington" 7/26/35

In traffic safety drive. These children, students at a crippled children's school, are painting giant footprints at dangerous intersections as warnings to pedestrians. Standing, from the left: Wm. A. Van Duzer, Traffic Director; Inspector L.I.H. Edwards, Assistant Director M.O. Edlridge, and Harold Marsh, President of the Washington Kiwanis Club. Seated: LeRoy Padgett, James Cline, Belmont Poole and Jimmy Smith, on crutches, all students, 10/4/35

"Old Fox" teaches twin nephews fine points national pastime, Washington, D.C., August 11. Additions to Clark Griffith's "bargain counter" Washington ball club in 1942 will no doubt be these twin nephews of the "Old Fox", Jimmy and and Billy Robertson. The youngsters are now starring for amateur team in the Capitol, Billy as a pitcher and Jimmy in the outfield

Jimmy Doolittle

Jimmy De Shong

Jimmy De Shong

Bob Baker & Jimmy Hurlbert

Members of the Lousiana Farmer's Protective Union, sponsored by Jimmy Morrison. These are local strawberry growers. Hammond, Louisiana

[Jimmy Boudreaux, New Roads, Louisiana]

Photograph of Jimmy Scheer Fishing for Musky in the Chippewa River

Transportation. Sight-seeing bus. Faced with a ban on motor buses for sightseeing purposes, Jimmy Grace obtained a horse-drawn bus which makes daily trips to the points of interest of the nation's capital

Jimmy Lee Shadd in his mother's cabbage patch at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) farm workers community. Gridley, California

Transportation. Sight-seeing bus. Faced with a ban on motor buses for sightseeing purposes, Jimmy Grace obtained a horse-drawn bus which makes daily trips to the points of interest of the nation's capital

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing project. Mrs. Caputo giving her son Jimmy an apple from the refrigerator

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing project. Jimmy and Annette Caputo returning after having gone on an errand for their mother

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing project. Jimmy and Annette Caputo at the wading pool

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing development. Jimmy Caputo, seven years old, and Annette, three years old, at their nightly prayers

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing development. Jimmy Caputo showing his father a model airplane

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing development. Mrs. James Caputo in the modern kitchen of her apartment, pouring milk for Annette and Jimmy. The children drink more than a quart apiece daily

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing development. Mrs. James Caputo, Jimmy and Annette walking through the project

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing project. Mrs. Caputo and Jimmy at the playground

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing development. Mrs. Caputo and Annette watch Jimmy playing cowboy

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing project. Jimmy Caputo, who is recovering from infantile paralysis, receiving treatment from nurse sent by visiting nurses' association

Brooklyn, New York. Red Hook housing development. Annette and Jimmy Caputo drinking milk

War workers' nursery. Jimmy Solavich whose mother works in a local war plant, must pass health inspection every morning at his Oakland, California nursery school. To protect all children from contagion, Mrs. Elsie Curran, school supervisor, inspects each child upon arrival

Taos, New Mexico. Jimmy Valentine, secretary of the Taos County cooperative health association, at a board meeting

Taos, New Mexico. Jimmy Valentine, Taos County cooperative health association secretary, reasoning a point with a Spanish-American director from Chamisal

English-Speaking Union, 19 E. 54th St., New York City. Jimmy Reynolds' murals

[Portrait of Jimmy Crawford, New York, N.Y., between 1946 and 1948]

[Portrait of George Brunis and Tony Parenti, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. Aug. 1946]

[Portrait of Frankie Laine and Jimmy Crawford, New York, N.Y., between 1946 and 1948]

[Portrait of Tony Parenti, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. Aug. 1946]

[Portrait of Tony Parenti, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. Aug. 1946]

[Portrait of Frankie Laine and Jimmy Crawford, New York, N.Y., between 1946 and 1948]

[Portrait of Sol (Solomon) Yaged, Jimmy Jones(?), and John (O.) Levy(?), Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., between 1946 and 1948]

[Portrait of Tony Parenti and Wild Bill Davison, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. Aug. 1946]

[Portrait of George Brunis and Tony Parenti, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. Aug. 1946]

[Portrait of Tony Parenti and Wild Bill Davison, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. Aug. 1946]

[Portrait of Bob Wilber, Johnny Glazel, Dick Wellstood, Charlie Traeger, and Ed Physe, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. Dec. 1946]

184-inch cyclotron crew in costume. Clockwise from upper left: Fred Yeater, Ralph Dufour, unknown individual, Jimmy Vale. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Graduation of Jimmy Carter from U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, Rosalynn Carter and Lillian Carter Pinning on Ensign Bars

[Portrait of Freddie Moore, Hot Lips Page, Sidney Bechet, and Lloyd Phillips, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Abe Most, Pete Ponti, Sid Jacobs, and Jimmy Norton, Hickory House, New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Sidney De Paris, Freddie Moore, Eddie (Emmanuel) Barefield, Sammy Price, and Charlie Traeger, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. July 1947]

[Portrait of Jimmy Jones and Joe Thomas(?), Pied Piper, New York, N.Y., ca. Sept. 1947]

[Portrait of Jimmy Jones, John (O.) Levy, and Al Casey(?), Pied Piper, New York, N.Y., ca. Sept. 1947]

[Portrait of Abe Most, Pete Ponti, Sid Jacobs, and Jimmy Norton, Hickory House, New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Sidney Bechet, Freddie Moore, Lloyd Phillips, and Bob Wilber, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. June 1947]

[Portrait of Jimmy Jones and Joe Thomas(?), Pied Piper, New York, N.Y., ca. Sept. 1947]