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68 CE: Titus and Herod Agrippa II embark on a voyage to Rome to salute the new emperor, Galba.

The Entrance to the Grand Canal, with the Dogana da Mar and Santa Maria della Salute on the Left

The so-called Temple of Salus, on the road to Albano (Tempio antico volgarmente detto della Salute)

A Fresh-Water Salute

Panorama dal campanile di S. Marco verso S. Maria della Salute

Venice, from the Porch of Madonna della Salute

Salute to New York

Salute to New York

Stereobild, vy över Santa Maria della Salute kyrkan.

Stereobild, interiör i kyrka/ katedral, de la Salute, Venedig.

Stereobild, vy över Santa Maria della Salute kyrkan, Venedig.

The steamship Marion, on her way to New York with the wives and children of the soldiers in Fort Sumter - manning the ramparts and cheering of the men as the steamer passes the fort the parting salute from Fort Sumpter / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston

Notice! His Excellency Erastus Fairbanks, Governor and commander-in-chief having made the request through the Adjutant General of the state, Company D. 1st regiment. V. V. M., Captain W. Y. W. Ripley will cause a national salute to be fired and

The United States gun-boat "Wyandotte" firing a salute on Washington's Birthday in Pensacola Harbor / drawn by an officer of Lieut. Slemmer's command.

Salute of 161 guns

"Rounding a Bend" on the Mississippi – The Parting Salute

Santa Maria della Salute, Sunset

Little Salute

La Salute: Dawn

La Salute: dawn.

Nocturne: Salute.

Little Salute.

Venice, Italy--Panorama from the campanile of S. Marco towards S. Maria della Salute

Salute to San Francisco march

Santa Maria della Salute, Venice

Rio Santa Croce e Santa Maria della Salute, Venice

New York - arrival of the French transport steamer Isere with the Bartholdi statue on board, at the base of the pedestal, Bedloe's Island, Friday, June 19th - the salute of welcome by the fleet

Salute from the lagoon / Joseph Pennell.

[La Salute - dawn] / [butterfly monogram].

[The Grand Canal, Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, Italy]

U.S.S. Boston, firing salute

[Church of Salute, Venice, Italy]

A darktown wedding - the parting salute

A Fourth of July salute

"Oden" saluterar "Dristigheten"

U.S.S. Montgomery firing last salute to Spanish flag at Havana

Belgians salute U.S. flag

[The White Squadron's Farewell Salute to the Body of John Ericsson, New York Bay, August 23, 1890]

The Salute at Noon (Santa Maria Della Salute)

Steamer Tashmoo nearing gunboat Yantic for 21 gun salute

President Roosevelt acknowledging the salute of the war-ships - on the "Algonquin," Charleston Harbor, S.C.

Santa Maria della Salute

[Santa Maria della Salute]

Green Door, Santa Maria della Salute

[The Grand Canal and Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, Italy]

The salute from Grand Canal

[An American cruiser firing its guns in salute as it arrives in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference]

Nebraska National Guard at Kearney, Nebraska, giving salute to the governor of the State of Nebraska.

Fo192889

[Military group salute with President Harding]

Firing salute PRESIDENTE SARMIENTO

"Hail, Caesar! We who are about to die salute thee!" / Wilder.

KAISER firing salute to Kasier

Ceremonies - England - Old Glory in England. Scene in a training camp of Canadian and American troops in England. The U.S. Ambassador is shown delivering an address to the U.S. soldiers while Canadian officers and soldiers stand at salute

Ceremonies and Parades - War Activities in Canton, OH. Foreign children being taught to salute the Flag

Various results of the war. Ramadan salute by British battery.

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Massachusetts - Training Camp activities. Practicing the salute, Camp Devens, Massachusetts

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Head of 27th Division at salute, 9th Street, Prospect Park WeStreet

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - Memorial Day, U.S., France. The infantry's salute to the dead after the General's speech, Romagne, France

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Reviewers at salute as National Army Colors pass

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Parade of 27th Division, General O'Ryan salute

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - American Miscellaneous - Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Georgia. Officer teaching newly arrived colored soldiers how to salute

American sailors salute King Geo. [i.e. George]

Artists - French Artworks - Portrait of "The Salute to the Wounded." Musee Leblanc, Paris, France

Armistice - Armistice - Armistice Commission discusses terms in former German Headquarters in Spa. The phot shows General Sir R. Haking, of the British froces, acknowledging the salute of a German sentry at the gate of the Hotel Britannique

Return of the "wolf after a 15 month cruise. Admiral Bachmann (left) at salute to the Emperor

Ceremonies and Parades - Heroes' Day, New York City. Veterans of the Civil War standing at salute at the Soliders' and Sailors' Monument in honor of the men killed in the great war

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - French Army - Entry of French troops. Generals Mangin, Ferraud, and Dickman salute the flag of a regiment. Coblenz, Germany

Ceremonies - New York City - Events in celebrations for the close of war. During the playing of the Star Spangled Banner with every hat off among the male civilians and all the men in uniform at the salute, one of the most impressive and historical events of the closing of hostilities took place at the Public Library at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue when the flags of all the nations that were arrayed against Germany were simultaneously raised to the top of the poles. Photo shows them in the act of raising

America's highest dignitaries of state, army and navy stand at salute while the casket containing the body of the unknown soldiers is borne to the casson [sic] taking it from the Navy Yard to the Capitol. In the group are General Pershing, Gen. Lejeune, commander of the Marine Corps, Gen. Harbord and others

The better the soldier, the better the salute

U.S. Naval Training Station, Hampton Roads, Va.: At salute for the Star Spangled Banner

[Gun salute at memorial]

Coast Guard cutter "Apache" firing salute of the unveiling of the statue of Alexander Hamilton

Bilden visar pansarkryssaren Fylgia snedd framifrån. Hon skjuter salut med pjäserna på båda sidor och är omgiven av stora rökmoln.

[Gun salute at funeral]

Jap[anese] sailors at salute for Chichibu

A scene on the parade grounds at Fort Meyer, Va. after General Guy V. Henry was sworn in as the guns reared a salute

Salutbatteriet, salut för Svenska Flaggans Dag 6 juni 1930.

[Shirtless Man with Arm Raised in Fascist Salute with Superimposed Cross, Circle, and Spray of Flowers]

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. Sir Arthur receiving the royal salute. Reception at the R.R. [i.e., railroad] station

Iraq. (Mesopotamia). Celebration of Iraq becoming member of the League of Nations, Oct. 6, 1932. Baghdad. Young Iraqis offer the fascist salute. To. H.M. the King

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. Celebration of the King's birthday, 1932. The High Commissioner taking the salute

Ceremony of the opening of the Haifa harbour. H.E. [i.e., His Excellency] and the District Commissioner receiving the royal salute

[Adolph Hitler with an official in a stadium at a Nazi party rally and an aerial view of a crowd of people giving the Nazi salute, Nuremberg, Germany]

SOUND LIKE THE BYRD TO SISTIE AND BUZZIE. BUZZIE AND SISTIE DALL, SON AND DAUGHTER OF MRS. ANNA DALL BOETTIGER, DAUGHTER OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, CLOSE THEIR EARS AS NAVAL GUNS ROAR SALUTE AFTER SALUTE IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, SECRETARY CLAUDE SWANSON, THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE AND ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD, WHO RETURNS TODAY FROM LITTLE AMERICA. A TOTAL OF 110 GUNS WERE FIRED IN THE SALUTE

Photograph of "Salute to Ike Week," Eisenhower Exhibit

SOUND LIKE THE BYRD TO SISTIE AND BUZZIE. BUZZIE AND SISTIE DALL, SON AND DAUGHTER OF MRS. ANNA DALL BOETTIGER, DAUGHTER OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, CLOSE THEIR EARS AS NAVAL GUNS ROAR SALUTE AFTER SALUTE IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, SECRETARY CLAUDE SWANSON, THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE AND ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD, WHO RETURNS TODAY FROM LITTLE AMERICA. A TOTAL OF 110 GUNS WERE FIRED IN THE SALUTE

Palestine disturbances 1936. Lt. General Dill taking the salute as the Scots Guards parade passes down the Julian Way between the King David Hotel and the Y.M.C.A. building

King's birthday celebration. The "March Pass" salute taken by H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) The High Com. [i.e., Commissioner]

Palestine disturbances 1936. Funeral on Mt. Zion of Sergeant CH. [i.e., Christopher] Wren of the Palestine Police, who was shot in the Old City. Firing salute

[Men standing in the back of a truck salute Hermann Göring and others during inaugural ceremonies for the newly opened Autobahn]

PRESIDENT REVIEWS ARMY DAY PARADE. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 6. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH SECRETARY OF WAR HARRY H. WOODRING (RIGHT) AND GENERAL MALIN H. CRAIG, U.S. CHIEF OF STAFF; REVIEWING THE ARMY DAY PARADE IN THE CAPITAL IN OBSERVANCE OF THE TWENTIETH TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICA'S ENTRANCE INTO THE WORLD WAR. EVERYBODY WAS IN 'SALUTE' IN THIS PICTURE BUT THE SECRETARY OF WAR

Salute to Am. Emb. at Peking(?)

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

21-GUN SALUTE FIRED WELCOMES NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT TO CAPITAL. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 5. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT, GEN. ANASTASIO SOMOZA, STAND AT ATTENTION AS A 21-GUN SALUTE IS FIRED ON THE ARRIVAL OF THE CENTRAL AMERICAN EXECUTIVE IN THE CAPITAL. L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; SENORA DE SOMOZA; PRESIDENT SOMOZA; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; BRIG. GEN. EDWIN M. WATSON, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY AND AIDE; AND STEPHEN EARLY, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY

Gridiron widows. Mrs. Pete Brandt, playing Girl Scout Chief Mrs. Herbert Hoover, gives a three fingered salute to Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, played here by Mrs. Jay Hayden

21-GUN SALUTE FIRED WELCOMES NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT TO CAPITAL. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 5. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT, GEN. ANASTASIO SOMOZA, STAND AT ATTENTION AS A 21-GUN SALUTE IS FIRED ON THE ARRIVAL OF THE CENTRAL AMERICAN EXECUTIVE IN THE CAPITAL. L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; SENORA DE SOMOZA; PRESIDENT SOMOZA; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; BRIG. GEN. EDWIN M. WATSON, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY AND AIDE; AND STEPHEN EARLY, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY