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Paracycling bike sport, sports.

Paracycling bike sport, sports.

Jaguar xk car speed, transportation traffic.

Jaguar xk car speed, transportation traffic.

Car race ferrari racing car, transportation traffic.

Car race ferrari racing car, transportation traffic.

Baseball summer professional, sports.

Baseball summer professional, sports.

Hall of fame football building, sports.

Hall of fame football building, sports.

Winner mountains climbing.

Winner mountains climbing.

Poker game play, business finance.

Poker game play, business finance.

Rally race motorsport, transportation traffic.

Rally race motorsport, transportation traffic.

American football football football player, sports.

American football football football player, sports.

Racing car racer track, transportation traffic.

Racing car racer track, transportation traffic.

Jump high action, emotions.

Jump high action, emotions.

Man fan person, people.

Man fan person, people.

Giro italia cycling, people.

Giro italia cycling, people.

Winner's improved method for the violin

Winner's improved method for the violin

Captain Morgan, Rifle Corps, A.D.C. to General Bernard, on Coxcomb the winner of the Crimean races, the property of Captain Barnard, Grenadier Guards

Captain Morgan, Rifle Corps, A.D.C. to General Bernard, on Coxcomb the winner of the Crimean races, the property of Captain Barnard, Grenadier Guards

Ke-bey-na-ke (The Winner), Chippewa brave.

Ke-bey-na-ke (The Winner), Chippewa brave.

Ke-bey-na-ke (The Winner), Chippewa brave.

Ke-bey-na-ke (The Winner), Chippewa brave.

The reveille. [by] Sep. Winner. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia

The reveille. [by] Sep. Winner. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia

Winner, C F - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Winner, C F - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

The soldier's reveille. [by] Sep. Winner, No. 531 N. Eighth. St. Phila., Johnson, Song Publisher, [1861]

The soldier's reveille. [by] Sep. Winner, No. 531 N. Eighth. St. Phila., Johnson, Song Publisher, [1861]

Maryland, my Maryland. Sep. Winner's music store, Phila. [c. 1862]

Maryland, my Maryland. Sep. Winner's music store, Phila. [c. 1862]

Columbia's glorious banner. By Wm. Sutherland. Winner & Co., ... No. 933 Spring Garden Street

Columbia's glorious banner. By Wm. Sutherland. Winner & Co., ... No. 933 Spring Garden Street

Winner, Chance - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Winner, Chance - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Our sweethearts at home. Words and music by Sep. Winner. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Our sweethearts at home. Words and music by Sep. Winner. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Abraham Lincoln President of the United States signing the Emancipation Proclamation / painted by W.E. Winner ; engraved by J. Serz.

Abraham Lincoln President of the United States signing the Emancipation Proclamation / painted by W.E. Winner ; engraved by J. Serz.

Res. & Property of Frank B. Redfield, West Main St., Batavia, New York. ; " Dacia ", Blk. M. Foaled 1868, got by Woodford mambpino (public trial 2: 20 1/4); Dam Dahlia by Pilot Jr. Bred at Woodsburn Farm, Ky. See Wallaces trotting register, Vol. II. Page 170. ; " Daciana ", Blk. M. Foaled 1873; Got by Harold , son of Rysdyk's Hambletonian ; Dam Dacia above, Bred at Woodburn Farm, KY., See Wallace's trotting register, Vol. II, Page 170. ; " Exile ", Br. M. Foaled 1873; Got by Herr's Mambring Patchen; Dam Susan Ann by Imp. Glencoe, 1838. Bred by Dr. Herr, Lexington, KY. See Wallaces trotting register Vol. II, Page 198. ; " Roderick " 15. 965. Winner of first premium at the N.Y. State Fair 1874 and Western N.Y. Fair 1875. ; Stock, Property of F. B. Redfield.

Res. & Property of Frank B. Redfield, West Main St., Batavia, New York. ; " Dacia ", Blk. M. Foaled 1868, got by Woodford mambpino (public trial 2: 20 1/4); Dam Dahlia by Pilot Jr. Bred at Woodsburn Farm, Ky. See Wallaces trotting register, Vol. II. Page 170. ; " Daciana ", Blk. M. Foaled 1873; Got by Harold , son of Rysdyk's Hambletonian ; Dam Dacia above, Bred at Woodburn Farm, KY., See Wallace's trotting register, Vol. II, Page 170. ; " Exile ", Br. M. Foaled 1873; Got by Herr's Mambring Patchen; Dam Susan Ann by Imp. Glencoe, 1838. Bred by Dr. Herr, Lexington, KY. See Wallaces trotting register Vol. II, Page 198. ; " Roderick " 15. 965. Winner of first premium at the N.Y. State Fair 1874 and Western N.Y. Fair 1875. ; Stock, Property of F. B. Redfield.

The celebrated trotting horse Gloster by volunteer, dam by Stockbridge Chief: Winner of the first prize in the $6,000 purse, for 2:20 horses, at Rochester, N.Y. Aug. 14th 1874

The celebrated trotting horse Gloster by volunteer, dam by Stockbridge Chief: Winner of the first prize in the $6,000 purse, for 2:20 horses, at Rochester, N.Y. Aug. 14th 1874

Card Number 328, Polly Winner, from the Actors and Actresses series (N145-7) issued by Duke Sons & Co. to promote Duke Cigarettes

Card Number 328, Polly Winner, from the Actors and Actresses series (N145-7) issued by Duke Sons & Co. to promote Duke Cigarettes

Card Number 183, Marie Winner, from the Actors and Actresses series (N145-5) issued by Duke Sons & Co. to promote Cameo Cigarettes

Card Number 183, Marie Winner, from the Actors and Actresses series (N145-5) issued by Duke Sons & Co. to promote Cameo Cigarettes

Foxhall: Mr. Jas. R. Keene's Bay colt - 3 years, by Alphonso, dam Jamaica, by Lexington ridden by the celebrated english jockey, Geo. Fordham winner of the grand prize of Paris, June 12th, 1881

Foxhall: Mr. Jas. R. Keene's Bay colt - 3 years, by Alphonso, dam Jamaica, by Lexington ridden by the celebrated english jockey, Geo. Fordham winner of the grand prize of Paris, June 12th, 1881

The winner of the rifle match / A.B. Frost.

The winner of the rifle match / A.B. Frost.

Percheron stallion Duc de Chartres, imported by A. Rogy: winner of first prize, grand gold medal, at the Concours Hippique Regional; held at Alencon, France, in 1873

Percheron stallion Duc de Chartres, imported by A. Rogy: winner of first prize, grand gold medal, at the Concours Hippique Regional; held at Alencon, France, in 1873

De cake walk: For beauty, grace and style; de winner takes de cake

De cake walk: For beauty, grace and style; de winner takes de cake

The result in doubt: "de one you's gets de water outen fust, am de winner."

The result in doubt: "de one you's gets de water outen fust, am de winner."

A sure winner

A sure winner

Polly Winner, Corsair Co., from the Actors and Actresses series (N45, Type 6) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes

Polly Winner, Corsair Co., from the Actors and Actresses series (N45, Type 6) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes

[Jules Dalou's relief sculpture, "Before the Estates General", Grand prize winner, Palace of Fine Arts, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Jules Dalou's relief sculpture, "Before the Estates General", Grand prize winner, Palace of Fine Arts, Paris Exposition, 1889]

Phyllis, winner at Riverside

Phyllis, winner at Riverside

Miss Winner in Colors of Beverly Yacht Club, from the Yacht Colors of the World series (N140) issued by Duke Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco

Miss Winner in Colors of Beverly Yacht Club, from the Yacht Colors of the World series (N140) issued by Duke Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco

Champion trotting Queen, Alix, by patronage record, 2:07 3/4: Winner of the Columbian Exposition Purse $15,000, at Washington Park, Chicago, Sept. 14th, 15th and 16th, 1893, winning the first heat in 2:07 3/4; Fourtheat in 2.1 3/4; and Ninth heat, 2:09 3/4 !!!

Champion trotting Queen, Alix, by patronage record, 2:07 3/4: Winner of the Columbian Exposition Purse $15,000, at Washington Park, Chicago, Sept. 14th, 15th and 16th, 1893, winning the first heat in 2:07 3/4; Fourtheat in 2.1 3/4; and Ninth heat, 2:09 3/4 !!!

Charles E. Duryea in his third automobile (1893-4), winner of the Chicago contest of 1894

Charles E. Duryea in his third automobile (1893-4), winner of the Chicago contest of 1894

Warming up a sure winner / J.S. Pughe.

Warming up a sure winner / J.S. Pughe.

A sure winner

A sure winner

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

My girl is a winner

[Nils Gustaf Dalén, Swedish physicist and winner of the 1912 Nobel Prize for Physics, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / Atelier Jaeger.

[Nils Gustaf Dalén, Swedish physicist and winner of the 1912 Nobel Prize for Physics, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / Atelier Jaeger.

Yonkers Marathon, Reynolds (No. 6) the winner

Yonkers Marathon, Reynolds (No. 6) the winner

Finish of 1st Am[erican] auto race at Springfield, L.I. - A.L. Riker in electric, winner

Finish of 1st Am[erican] auto race at Springfield, L.I. - A.L. Riker in electric, winner

Crazy Bull Dam, North of Winner, SD

Crazy Bull Dam, North of Winner, SD

Chewink, winner in Corinthian mid-summer series, Marblehead

Chewink, winner in Corinthian mid-summer series, Marblehead

Ugly Duckling, winner in Corinthian mid-summer series, Marblehead

Ugly Duckling, winner in Corinthian mid-summer series, Marblehead

Pick a winner

Pick a winner

Winner, W M - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, W M - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, M W - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, M W - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, [Blank] - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Wood's Regiment, Confederate Cavalry, Sm-Z - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Winner, [Blank] - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Wood's Regiment, Confederate Cavalry, Sm-Z - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Winner, Way - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, Way - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, Samuel W - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Infantry, A, Wh-Y AND Second Mississippi Infantry (Army of 10,000)

Winner, Samuel W - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Infantry, A, Wh-Y AND Second Mississippi Infantry (Army of 10,000)

[Return of the winner, regatta day, Atlantic City, N.J.]

[Return of the winner, regatta day, Atlantic City, N.J.]

[James Brendan Connolly, Olympic gold medal winner, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[James Brendan Connolly, Olympic gold medal winner, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[Fishing smacks, Rose Dorothea, winner of cup]

[Fishing smacks, Rose Dorothea, winner of cup]

[Fishing smacks - "Francis P. Mesquita," winner in second class]

[Fishing smacks - "Francis P. Mesquita," winner in second class]

Rose Dorothea, winner of Lipton Cup, in first [?] Fishermen's Race

Rose Dorothea, winner of Lipton Cup, in first [?] Fishermen's Race

Plainfield Horse Show, "Centennial", of Westchester Farms jumping hurdle, winner

Plainfield Horse Show, "Centennial", of Westchester Farms jumping hurdle, winner

Allan Winter, winner, "American Trotting Derby", 1908, Readville

Allan Winter, winner, "American Trotting Derby", 1908, Readville

[Work Horse Parade, Borden team], winner of obstacle test, [New York]

[Work Horse Parade, Borden team], winner of obstacle test, [New York]

Woodford Oratorical Stage announcing Elizabeth Cook winner of Woodford Oratorical Prize for speech," Men, Women and Human Beings"

Woodford Oratorical Stage announcing Elizabeth Cook winner of Woodford Oratorical Prize for speech," Men, Women and Human Beings"

Work Horse Parade, [Borden Team], winner of obstacle test, [New York]

Work Horse Parade, [Borden Team], winner of obstacle test, [New York]

[Motor Parkway Auto Race] Chalmers - Detroit, winner 2d race

[Motor Parkway Auto Race] Chalmers - Detroit, winner 2d race

Louis Frank with trotter "Strange Leaf", prize winner, Speedway Parade

Louis Frank with trotter "Strange Leaf", prize winner, Speedway Parade

Speedway Parade. Louis Frank with Strange Leaf, a prize winner. May 1, 1908

Speedway Parade. Louis Frank with Strange Leaf, a prize winner. May 1, 1908

Truca winner of Targa-Florio Race, Italy

Truca winner of Targa-Florio Race, Italy

Jas. Crowley, winner of the Yonkers Marathon, New York

Jas. Crowley, winner of the Yonkers Marathon, New York

Work Horse Parade, Borden Team, winner of obstacle test, New York

Work Horse Parade, Borden Team, winner of obstacle test, New York

[Midwinter carnival, children's parade, Miss Johnson, winner of the first prize, Upper Saranac Lake, N.Y.]

[Midwinter carnival, children's parade, Miss Johnson, winner of the first prize, Upper Saranac Lake, N.Y.]

St. Yves, racer and winner of Shrubb-Dorando Marathon

St. Yves, racer and winner of Shrubb-Dorando Marathon

Jas. Clark, winner of Brooklyn Marathon, with others

Jas. Clark, winner of Brooklyn Marathon, with others

Our Needs--Prize Winner

Our Needs--Prize Winner

[Oliver Kirk, American boxer and two-time Olympic gold medal winner]

[Oliver Kirk, American boxer and two-time Olympic gold medal winner]