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Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

God gives Satan permission to test Job's piety

If an Indian wants to kill himself and get permission to do so, he is carried through the town on a chair... Here a young man stabs himself in the flames [top]; An Indian is shown immolating himself in the presence of a golden idol [bottom].

George Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, October 28, 1776, Memorandum Granting Permission for Jefferson's to Use Wythe's House in Williamsburg, Virginia

portrait from "Ecclesiastical Gallantry: or the Mystery Unravelled, a tale, [in verse.] Dedicated to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, without permission"

By the commandant of New York, &c. No. Permission is hereby given to pass to Given at New York the day of One thousand seven hundred and seventy nine. Commandant, &c. To all whom it may concern. [New York, 1779] [Positive Photostat.].

To the Right Honourable Francis Earl of Huntingdon, Baron Hastings, Hungerford, Newarks Reverel, Botreaux, Molins, Moels and de Homet. By His Lordships Permission this Map of Leicestershire : from an Actual Survey, Begunin the Year 1775, and finished in the year 1777 [Mapa]

The Commonwealth of Virginia, to Gent. Justices of County Court, Greeting. [Blank form for a dead, whereby a wife is allowed to grant permission for the sale of property owned jointly with her husband without appearing before the County court.]

Naval permit signed by President Jefferson granting permission to Selvanus Snow, master and commander of the schooner “Industry,” to sail cargo to Martinique

Naval permit signed by President Jefferson granting permission to Selvanus Snow, master and commander of the schooner “Industry,” to sail cargo to Martinique

Panoramic view of St. Petersburg, dedicated by permission to his Imperial Majesty Alexander 1st. by his much obliged humble servant J.A. Atkinson / drawn on the spot by J.A. Atkinson, from the observatory of the Academy of Sciences.

Permission for brig to transport goods and merchandise

Permission for brig to transport goods and merchandise

Battle of Albuera, May 16th 1811 : Published with Permission of the Quarter Master General

Battle of Albuera, May 16th 1811 : Published with Permission of the Quarter Master General

Plan of Ciudad Rodrigo, describing its Siege by the Allied Army 1812 General the Earl of Wellington Commander in Chief : By Permission of the Quarter Master General

Notice extraordinary. R. C. Weightman, a man of known liberal principles; all those who vote for this gentleman at tomorrow's election, will have general permission to sleep on the benches in the Market House, this intense warm weather. May the

By permission and under the patronage of the worshipful the mayor ... Mr. Gypson, will make his 26th ascent, and first from Daventry on Monday, August 31st, 1840 ... with his magnificent silk balloon

Nasmyth's patent steam hammer, copied by permission of the inventor from the machine in the great exhibition

Oliver Hazard Perry U.S.N. / engraved by J.B. Forrest from the original by J.W. Jarvis by the permission of the Corporation of New York ; Miller print.

William D. Kelley to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 06, 1860 (Seeks permission to inscribe law volumes to Lincoln)

Dixey's land. No. 2: Published by permission of R. E. Simpson. H. De Marsan, No. 60 Chatham Street, N. Y

Entrée d'une caserne turque. C'est a cette porte que les pèlerins font les prières de la 1e Station. N'ayant pas la permission d'entrer dans la caserne

James Buchanan / engraved by permission, from the original in the possession of J.C. Buttre.

The mouth of the Hudson. From the original painting presented by citizens of New York. To his royal highness the Prince of Wales to whom this engraving is by permission respectfully dedicated

Henry May to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 13, 1861 (Telegram requesting permission to visit brother)

Charles H. Ray to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 06, 1861 (Telegram requesting permission to attend Gen. Hunter; endorsed by Hunter)

William R. Strachan, Thursday, September 18, 1862 (Grants permission to Berdine Owsley to communicate with guerillas)

Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

John A. McClernand to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863 (Telegram requesting permission to publish his protest)

Map showing siege operations against forts Sumter and Wagner, between July 13th & Sept. 7th, 1863, Maj. T. B. Brooks, A.D.C. & Assist. Engrs. Published by permission of Genl. Gillmore at the U.S. Coast Survey Office.

Charles Griffin to Mrs. Eames, Saturday, July 18, 1863 (Telegram asking her to obtain permission for him to visit Washington)

Fernando Wood to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 06, 1863 (Telegram requesting permission to publish their correspondence)

Ulysses S. Grant to Elihu B. Washburne, Wednesday, September 21, 1864 (Telegram granting Lincoln permission to use anything Grant has written to him for political purposes)

Brutus J. Clay, Thursday, January 21, 1864 (Draft of order granting Alpheus Lewis permission to purchase supplies)

Abraham Lincoln to Godfrey Weitzel, Thursday, April 06, 1865 (Permission for Virginia legislature to assemble)

John Gregory Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 10, 1865 (Requests permission to publish letter from Lincoln)

The aesthetic monkey / engraved, by permission, from the picture by W.H. Beard, in the possession of Mr. Hugh Auchinclos.

Holt's new map of Wyoming : compiled by permission from official records in U.S. Land Office /

Sign for the honor of Washington. The Washington monument is to be dedicated February 22, 1885, and the rites of the Masonic Lodge - though once excluded - are to be performed by permission of the Congressional Committee ... This distinction sho

Bird's-eye view of the Conemaugh Valley from Nineveh to the lake, Johnstown, Pa. : from personal sketches and surveys of the Pennsylvania R.R. by permission /

The Newport robin .... Reprinted from Bird-lore, Vol. II. No. 4. August, 1900 pp.119 by permission of The Macmillan company.

Shovelboard table in the Hall of Littlecote. The property of Mr. L. Popham, and by permission of Mrs. Leopold Hirsch, ca. 1660.

Mahogany and gilt Georgian suite in the gallery and green drawing-room of Longford Castle. By permission of the Earl of Radnor, ca. 1730.

The "Rubens" cabinet--of ebony carved. Interior fittings inlaid and columns of tortoiseshell. From the royal collection at Windsor Castle. By permission of His Majesty.

The panelled study at Groombridge Place, Kent. By permission of the Misses Saint.

Mirror, gueridons, and table overlaid with silver plaques. Presented by the Citizens of London to Charles II. From the royal collection at Windsor castle. By permission of His Majesty.

Carved oaken stairway, Godinton. By permission of George Ashley Dodd, Esq., D.L., J.P.

Chimneypiece in the double cube room, Wilton House. By permission of the Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.

Shaped fret-rimmed gallery table. Chippendale school. By permission of William James, Esq., West Dean, ca. 1745.

All these children (except babies) shuck oysters and tend babies at the Pass Packing Co. I saw them all at work there long before daybreak. Photos taken at noon in the absence of the Supt. who refused me permission because of Child Labor agitation. Factory belongs to Dunbar, Lopez, Dukate Co. Location: Pass Christian, Mississippi.

View of spinning frames which were tended by some very young workers apparently eight to ten. The superintendent refused permission to photograph the workers. Kosciusko Cotton Mill. Location: Kosciusko, Mississippi.

Pour que papa vienne en permission, s'il vous plait

Pour que papa vienne en permission, s'il vous plait

Campaign in Illinois. One of the big Woman's Party street banners being swung into place in Chicago by Miss Virginia Arnold, of Washington, national executive secretary of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Democratic protest led to the removal of several of the banners after the necessary permission of owners of buildings had been secured and the street signs hung.

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - First photos taken by Government permission at the Army Aviation School at Mineola, L.I., N.Y., after the outbreak of the war. Photo shows Army officers observing students on test flights. Int. Film Ser

Letter Written by H. C. Heckman to Roy Tyler Concerning Permission to Play Baseball for the American Giants

Construction of Hangar One at NAS Sunnyvale circa 1932 - 1934 photos provied from private collection with permission to use by NASA Ames Research Center ARC-1932-AD93-0073-20

Construction at NAS Sunnyvale later remamed NAS Moffett Field circa 1933 - 1934 photos provied from private collection with permission to use by NASA Ames Research Center ARC-1934-AD93-0073-26

Congressional Gardener at hobby. Washington, D.C., May 7. Rep. William R. Poage, a first term Texas Democrat, likes gardening. He couldn't find a plot of ground in the crowded capital, so he used his newly acquired congressional influence and won permission to help tend flowers and shrubbery in the government's Botanical Gardens. So he works along with the regular laborers an hour or two daily. no. 1, 5/7/1937

Pearson's return home. Washington, D.C., Sept. 5. Drew Pearson, writer and co-author of the "Washington Merry Go Round" returned to his home here today with his wife's fiver year old son, Tyler Abell, "kidnapped" by Pearson from George Abell, also a writer and the former husband of the present Mrs. Pearson. Pearson took custody of the child on the British Isle of Sark, on the ground that Abell had taken the boy out of the United States without the mother's permission, assertedly contrary to court order, they are shown in the garden of the Pearson Home in Georgetown.

The capitol of the Virginia colony during the 18th century, which was reconstructed and restored to its original state by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., during the 1930's, Williamsburg, Va. The capitol originally erected in 1701-5 was the meeting place of the Virginia General Assembly and General Court [and] is flying the old type of British flag with the permission of England and the United States

Pan American given permission to use Canton Island as air base. Washington, D.C., April 13. Following an agreement between the United States and Great Brittan for the common use of the Island of Canton and Enderbury in the South Pacific Ocean for international aviation and communication, Secretary of interior Harold Ickes today signed a license permitting Pan American Airways to use Canton Island as an air base for its commercial trans-Pacific air transport service between California and New Zealand. Secretary Ickes is show presenting the pen to Juan Trippe, President of Pan American, after the signing. 4-13-39

There are no islands any more. Lines written in passion and in deep concern for England, France and my own country. Edna St. Vincent Millay. Reprinted by kind permission of Edna St. Vincent Millay for the benefit of the British War relief societ

Statement of Permission from Woody Guthrie to Library of Congress, March 9, 1942

Manpower, junior size. Notes from parents giving permission to their sons and daughters to join the Roanoke, Virginia junior army are received by teacher Doris Jordan. Now these newly appointed junior commandos are ready to collect scrap for victory

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Shoe store on main street in the early morning. Farmers must get permission from the rationing board to buy rubber boots

Statement of Permission from Woody Guthrie to Library of Congress, October 2, 1942

Willamsburg, Virginia. The capitol of the Virginia colony during the eighteenth century which was reconstructed and restored to its original state by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. during the 1930s. The capitol, originally erected in 1701-1705, was the meeting place of the Virginia General Assembly and General Court and is flying the old type of British flag, with the permission of England and the United States

Washington, D.C. Soldier asking permission to sit at a booth at the Sea Grill

Two Girls Smoking Pot during an Outing in Cedar Woods Near Leakey, Texas, (Taken with Permission) One of Nine Pictures, Near San Antonio

The pilot and copilot of a 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron, 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, C-130E Hercules aircraft wait for permission to take off during an airdrop exercise

US Navy personnel salute and request permission to come aboard a Chinese ship during the first visit by US Navy (USN) ships to China in 40 years

Admiral (ADM) James A. Lyons Jr., commander in chief, US Pacific Fleet, salutes and requests permission to board a Chinese ship. This is the first visit by US Navy (USN) ships to China in 40 years

A US Navy sailor salutes and requests permission to come aboard a Chinese ship during a port visit by the guided missile cruiser USS REEVES (CG 24), the guided missile frigate USS RENTZ (FFG 46) and the destroyer USS OLDENDORF (DD 972). This is the first visit by US Navy ships to China in 37 years

A U.S. military rescue team member uses binoculars to search for seven walrus hunters missing since June 2nd. Searchers received permission to fly three Alaska Army National Guard UV-18 Twin Otter aircraft in restricted airspace after the hunters, from St

A sailor checking in from liberty requests permission to come aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69)

Air Force ambulances and security personnel wait for clearance to approach the hijacked Tu-154B Hungarian commercial aircraft that is parked on the civilian side of Frankfurt International Airport. The Soviet-built aircraft, which was not granted permission to land on the military side of the airport at Rhein-Main Air Base, was hijacked by two teenage Czechoslovakians who were later apprehended. No one was injured in the incident

A Chilean naval officer stands in a raft as he awaits permission to board the guided missile cruiser USS JOSEPHUS DANIELS (CG-27) during Unitas XXXI, an annual, joint exercise between the U.S. Navy and the naval forces of nine South American countries

High angle shot looking down on a Somali clan representative, right, handing out work passes to clan members who were granted permission to work on Sword Base, Mogadishu, Somalia. An agreement has been reached between Sword Base personnel and "non-aggressive" clam leaders. It states that an equal amount of members from each clan will be allowed to work at Sword Base on any given day. This mission is in direct support of Operation RESTORE HOPE

Official Seal of the U.S. Air Force. This seal may not be used in any way which implies Air Force indorsement. Permission for other than authorized DoD use must be granted in writing by Air Force Historical Research Agency, 600 Chennault Circle, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama 36112-6424. Commercial phone 205-953-2960; FAX 205-953-4096. DSN 493-2960; DSN FAX 493-4096

Corporal D. L. Eberly loads his Browning M2 .50 Caliber Machine Gun, while his crewman Lance Corporal L. A. Rodriguez gets permission to fire. Third Platoon, Charlie Company, Second Amphibious Assault Vehicle (AAV) Battalion, live fired their M2s off their vehicles, at Range Alpha in the Blacktop Training Area, during COMBINED ARMS Exercise (CAX) 5-97. CAX 5/6-97 is a MAGTF (Marine Air Ground Task Force) exercise being conducted at MCAGCC (Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center), 29 Palms, California. The command element for this exercise is MAGTF-6, which is built around the 6th Marine Regiment, 2d Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Many commands from the II MEF (Marine...

XV-15 Tiltrotor in hover helicopter flight at Bell Helicopter Co. Bell Photo number 043901 (credit and permission required from Bell Helicopter Company for any non-governmental reproductions) ARC-1997-AC97-0145-4

XV-15 Tiltrotor in hover helcipter flight at Bell Helicopter Co. Bell Photo number 043903 (credit and permission required from Bell Helicopter Company for any non-governmental reproductions) ARC-1997-AC97-0145-3

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1998 Title: World famous homeless man Category: Portrait/Personality Place: First Place PortfolioHis existence is tough, his goals none; but that's the way Sandy likes it. He spends his day outside the White House and sleeps under the stairs of the U.S. Capitol. Federal police turn a blind eye to the 82-year-old man, who was given permission to live under the stairs 17 years ago by former Speaker of the House Tip O'Neil. Every year Sandy's family visits from Texas, and pleads for him to return to normal living, but he refuses to accept handouts from anyone, unless it is in the form of cash. Here, under the dismal heat, Sandy fights to stay awake...

Official Seal of the U.S. Air Force. This seal may not be used in any way which implies Air Force indorsement. Permission for other than authorized DoD use must be granted in writing by Air Force Historical Research Agency, 600 Chennault Circle, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama 36112-6424. Commercial phone 205-953-2960; FAX 205-953-4096. DSN 493-2960; DSN FAX 493-4096

Two United States Marine Corps AH-1W Super Cobra attack helicopters hover above the Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina flight line as they await permission to take-off. The AH-1W's are assigned to Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina. United States Marine Corps CH-46E Sea Knights and AH-1Ws were hot pit refueled by a USMC KC-130 of Marine Aerial Refueling/Transport Squadron Two Five Two (VMGR-252) from MCAS Cherry Point, NC. The hot pit refueling, where one or more aircraft refuel with their engines running, occured as the helicopters transited the area while deploying to Naval Air Station Atlanta, Georgia, for an exercise, 14 August 2000

US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Terrence Oshaugnessy, 555th Fighter Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, awaits permission to launch his F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft at Sidi Slimane Air Base, Morocco. The 555th Fighter Squadron is Flying 90 sorties in Exercise AFRICAN EAGLE, a bi-annual exercise designed to practice dissimilar air to air training with the Royal Moroccan Air Force

An HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter from the 41st Rescue Squadron hovers over a runway awaiting permission from the tower to land. The 41st Rescue Squadron is taking part in the DESERT RESCUE IX exercise at Fallon Naval Air Station (NAS), Nevada. Desert Rescue is a Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) exercise bringing together elements from all branches of the armed service in a series of real world rescue and combat scenarios

A 48th Security Forces member, armed with his Colt 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle, directs a vehicle where to go for inspection. The vehicle will under go a through inspection before given permission to enter RAF Lakenheath, UK. Security is always foremost at RAF Lakenheath, but security is even tighter to prevent another occurrence of the tragedies that struck New York and Washington D.C. Hijackers deliberately flew civilian airliners into the World Trade Center Towers and the Pentagon, killing themselves, the passengers and thousands on the ground

ith stepped up security, a 48th Security Forces member, armed with a Colt 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle, stops a vehicle at the main gate. The vehicle must submit to a through inspection in order to receive permission to enter RAF Lakenheath, UK. Shortly after 8 AM (EST) on September 11, 2001 in an attempt to frighten the American people, terrorist mounted attacks on the orld Trade Centers Twin Towers and at the Pentagon. Hijackers deliberately flew civilian airliners into the buildings, killing themselves, the passengers and thousands on the ground. Security is always foremost at RAF Lakenheath, but security is even tighter to prevent another occurrence of the tragedies that struck New York and...

With stepped up security, a 48th Security Forces member inspects the undercarriage of a vehicle before granting it permission to enter RAF Lakenheath, UK. Shortly after 8 AM (EST) on September 11, 2001 in an attempt to frighten the American people, terrorist mounted attacks on the World Trade Centers Twin Towers and at the Pentagon. Hijackers deliberately flew civilian airliners into the buildings, killing themselves, the passengers and thousands on the ground. Security is always foremost at RAF Lakenheath, but security is even tighter to prevent another occurrence of the tragedies that struck New York and Washington D.C

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) John Cormiea, Maintenance Operations Center SENIOR Controller, 100th Maintenance Operations Squadron (MOS), reviews the prior permission request log to ensure an inbound aircraft has permission to land at RAF Mildenhall

US Air Force (USAF) F-15E Strike Eagles wait at the end of a Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath runway, before receiving permission to take off and deploy in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Wayne Holliday, with the 379th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron (ESFS), radios the air traffic control tower for permission to launch a Desert Hawk surveillance system at a forward-deployed location in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

AV-8B Harriers get permission for take-off from the flight deck of the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1).

US Navy (USN) MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer (MCPO) Steven E. Felter, stands with his family and requests permission to go ashore at the conclusion of his retirement ceremony. A MASTER CHIEF Engineman (ENCM), MCPO Felter is the most senior enlisted man in the Navy on the East Coast having served for thirty-three years

CAPT. Christopher Judge, Commander, Charlie Company, 1ST Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, gives permission brief before heading out to a city council meeting FOB Summerall. (U.S. Army photo by SPC. Charles Gill) (Released)