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[The plundering of the King's cellar, Paris, 10th August, 1793 (i.e., 1792)] / J. Zoffany Esqr. pinx. ; R. Earlom sculpt.

[The plundering of the King's cellar, Paris, 10th August, 1793 (i.e., ...

Engraving after contemporary history genre painting depicting events in Paris, France, on August 10th 1792 [date as given in title is incorrect], in particular, the aftermath of the storming of the Tuileries Pa... more

[Cellar door, Tours]

[Cellar door, Tours]

Kennedy, 377 (first state). Signed with butterfly on plate, in pencil, and on verso. Coll. mark: H. G. Whittemore (Lugt suppl. 1384a). Title and other information from Beall. American prints in the Library of C... more

Cellar, north wing, junction of air-ducts

Cellar, north wing, junction of air-ducts

U.S. Capitol (drawing). This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Cellar plan of connecting corridor, n.w.
Stairs to cellar, east end, south wing

Stairs to cellar, east end, south wing

U.S. Capitol (drawing). This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Stairway to cellar of north wing

Stairway to cellar of north wing

U.S. Capitol (drawing). This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Stairs to cellar, east end, north wing
[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Cellar plan]
[Court House cellar, Bremen, Germany]

[Court House cellar, Bremen, Germany]

Title from the Detroit Publishing Co., catalogue J foreign section. Detroit, Mich. : Detroit Photographic Company, 1905.. Print no. "6838". Forms part of: Views of Germany in the Photochrom print collection.

[Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washington, D.C. Cottage for cemetery. Plan of cellar, first, and second floors, elevation of principal façade]

[Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washi...

Title devised by Library staff. Sheet no. 32. No. 2228. Gift ; American Institute of Architects / American Architectural Foundation ; 2010 ; (DLC/PP-2010:100) Forms part of: The AIA/AAF Collection (Library of C... more

In the cyclone cellar, - waiting for fair weather / Ehrhart.

In the cyclone cellar, - waiting for fair weather / Ehrhart.

Print shows a woman labeled "Democratic Party" peering through an opening labeled "Jeffersonian Principles" in an underground shelter, while a tornado rages overhead with dark clouds labeled "Indignation, Dissa... more

Salt Cellar

Salt Cellar

Elkington & Co. (British, Birmingham, 1829–1963)

A Cellar Soliloquy

A Cellar Soliloquy

Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

The Ogre in the Cellar

The Ogre in the Cellar

Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

Untitled

Untitled

Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

A Y.M.C.A. cellar in Flanders / E. Wright.

A Y.M.C.A. cellar in Flanders / E. Wright.

Poster showing a YMCA facility for soldiers, including distribution of books and supplies, and men in uniform relaxing, reading, writing, and smoking. Illustration is by Edgar Wright. Title from item.

A Y.M.C.A. cellar in Flanders / Wright.

A Y.M.C.A. cellar in Flanders / Wright.

Poster showing a YMCA facility for soldiers, including distribution of books and supplies, and men in uniform relaxing, reading, writing, and smoking. Illustration is by Edgar Wright. Title from item.

Untitled

Untitled

This untitled illustration by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Evening Star on March 29, 1915, shows former President Theodore Roosevelt, rumored to be interested in running again ... more

American Red Cross Franco-American Canteen somewhere in France. Canteen which is located in the cellar. This canteen is established in a very exposed post where the men all live in shelters. The canteen is in the cellar of the house, and sand bags are piled up at the entrance above ground. The house is a complete ruin nothing remaining except the stone floor on the ground which protects the canteen underneath, and this floor is covered several feet deep with sand bags. This post is under intermitted bombardment most of the time and only a few days ago the convoyer had the door of his shelter blown in. Everyone was forced to remain underground all day

American Red Cross Franco-American Canteen somewhere in France. Cantee...

Title and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: A.R.C. Headquarters in Paris. Group Title: Canteens, A.R.C., France. Date based on date... more

Eine Familie sucht Schutz vor der Beschiessung im Keller

Eine Familie sucht Schutz vor der Beschiessung im Keller

Wohnung einer Familie im Weinkeller während der Beschiessung der Stadt, Haus Volksgartenstrasse Nro.9

Eine Familie sucht Schutz vor der Beschiessung im Keller

Eine Familie sucht Schutz vor der Beschiessung im Keller

Kellerunterkunft einer Familie in Gorizia (Görz) während der Beschiessung der Stadt, Haus Corso Franz Fosef Nro.25

Keller des Apothekers Kürner in Gorizia (Görz)

Keller des Apothekers Kürner in Gorizia (Görz)

Fotograf Flamm (16. Korpskommando)

American Red Cross - Vehicles - With the American Red Cross workers in Italy. Group of American Red Cross workers at an advanced dressing station near the Italian front. The bomb proof cellar shown at the left, is frequently needed when the Austrian aviators, flying over the lines try to bomb the buildings

American Red Cross - Vehicles - With the American Red Cross workers in...

Photographer: Underwood & Underwood American Red Cross - Vehicles

Cellar Enthusiasm

Cellar Enthusiasm

Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

Lens, France, April 11, 1919. Man and wife, living in cellar of their former home which is in complete ruins. They were in Lens for thirty months during the German occupation, and were repatriated thru Switzerland and by way of Evian, in January 1917. The wife remained in southern France some months after repatriation. Thye have now been three weeks in Lens, and plan to keep their present quarters in the cellar for an indefinite perod of time

Lens, France, April 11, 1919. Man and wife, living in cellar of their ...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: Lewis Hine. Date received: 1920. Classification: General reconstruction. Gift; Am... more

Man Building Root Cellar
Men at Site of Root Cellar
Site of Root Cellar
Root Cellar

Root Cellar

Photographs

Project (Completed Cellar)

Project (Completed Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Farming (Root Cellar)

Farming (Root Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Farming (Root Cellar)

Farming (Root Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Building (Tom O'Rourke's Storage Cellar and Milk-House)

Building (Tom O'Rourke's Storage Cellar and Milk-House)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Farming (Mrs. Joe White Face)
and new root cellar)

Farming (Mrs. Joe White Face) and new root cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Project (Building Root Cellar)

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs