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The Mercury 7, NASA Mercury project

The Mercury 7, NASA Mercury project

On April 9, 1959, NASA introduced its first astronaut class, the Mercury 7. Front row, left to right: Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Donald K. "Deke" Slayton, John H. Glenn, Jr., and M. Scott Carpenter; back row, Alan... More

The Back-Side of a Front Row, British Cartoon Print

The Back-Side of a Front Row, British Cartoon Print

The backs of 5 women and 2 men seated in a row. Engraving published by Darly. Forms part of British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Congress). This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.... More

The original four operators of the United States Military Telegraph Corps The figure standing is Samuel M. Brown. Those in the front row, reading from left to right, are David Strouse, David Homer Bates and Richard O'Brien.

The original four operators of the United States Military Telegraph Co...

Title from published copy of photograph found with ambrotype. Case: leather, geometric design. Note inside case: Harrisburg, April 27th, 1861. Forms part of: Ambrotype/Tintype photograph filing series (Library ... More

Group photo of five young women, Gertrude Stevens in front row, far left

Group photo of five young women, Gertrude Stevens in front row, far le...

Group photo of five young women. Gertrude Stevens in front row, far left. Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

[Large group of Union veterans of the Civil War. including William Tecumseh Sherman (front row, center), posed]
Samoan "Flends", Pango Pango (sic), New Zealand / Burton Brothers Studio
Deputy Marshals

Deputy Marshals

Deputy marshals involved in the fight with Ned Christie on November 1, 1892, posed for photographs shortly afterwards. Front row, left to right: Charles Copeland, Gideon S. "Cap" White. Back row, left to right:... More

C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) view of men on deck, undated

C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) view of men on deck, undated

Top row, left to right: 1. "Poker Axel" 2. Carl Johnson 3. unid. fisherman 4. mess boy, "the flunky" 5. beach man 6. Emil "Gustafson" "partner with Iverson, fishing in Copenhagen Creek" (Harry Nelson) 7. second... More

Stronsa (built 1882; ship, 3m). Puget Sound, WA, circa 1893-1900

Stronsa (built 1882; ship, 3m). Puget Sound, WA, circa 1893-1900

Looking aft; crew on main deck; Captain R. H. Henning, probably front row, fourth from left; two dogs.

Cheslyn Rise - Portraits - Leslie Adkin
House Appropriations Committee hears Secretary of Treasury and Budget Director. Washington, D.C., Dec. 16. Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau and Acting Budget Director Daniel Bell discussed federal finances today with the House Appropriations Subcommittee considering the Treasury-Post Office Departmental Supply Bill. Secretary Mogenthau refused to say which points of the Bill were discussed at the meeting which was Executive. In the photograph, left to right: (front row) Sec. Morgenthau, Rep. James P. Buchanan, Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee; and Rep. John Taber of New York. Back row, left to right: Rep. Louis Ludlow, Chairman of Subcommittee on Appropriations and Post Offices; and Daniel Bell, Acting Director of the Budget
Mayors discuss WPA strike situation in special session. Washington, D.C., July 14. At an extraordinary session called this morning by their president, Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, the Executive Committee of the U.S. Conference of Mayors surveyed the entire strike of WPA employees throughout the country. At the conclusion of the meeting, Mayor LaGuardia announced that the Executive Committee would confer immediately with Commissioner Harrington on the strike situation. Front row, left to right: Harold H. Burton, Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio; Mayor LaGuardia of New York City; Daniel W. Hoan, Mayor of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Back row, left to right: C.D. Scully, Mayor of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Paul V. Betters, Mayor of Amarillo, Texas; Joseph D. Scholtz, Mayor of Louisville, Ky.; and Richard W. Reading, Mayor of Detroit, Mich.
Awa[...]ntest. Front row, left to right: William J. Ennis, Michael T. Kenns[...]; John J. McNally
Maine goes to the White House. Washington D.C. The State of Maine's delegation in Congress was received by President Roosevelt at the White House today. Governor Barrows, who headed the party, said the visit was purely a social one. In the group, left to right: (Front Row) Gov. Lewis O. Barrows, Senator Frederick Hale, and Senator Wallace White. Back Row, left to right: Rep. J.C. Oliver, Rep. Clyde H. Smith, and Ralph O. Brewster
[Group portrait of Theodore Roosevelt, seated in front row, left center, with group of men and women]

[Group portrait of Theodore Roosevelt, seated in front row, left cente...

Title devised by Library staff. Copyright by Pach, N.Y.

Independence High School Senior Class Photograph

Independence High School Senior Class Photograph

Caption: Harry S. Truman, Bess Wallace, and Charles Ross, among others, posing for high school graduating class photo, Independence, Missouri, 1901. Back row: Henry Chiles; Elmer Twyman; William Lloyd Garrett;... More

Capt. Charles Young, Military Administration, Construction Road crew upon completion of road into Giant Forest. Lew Davis on knees with shovel in front row, Welsh, white bearded man center. Capt. You
Front row east, summer encampment Young Men's Christian Association College, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Roosevelt Family at Sagamore Hill

Roosevelt Family at Sagamore Hill

Group portrait of Roosevelt family at Sagamore Hill. Archie, TR, Edith, and Quentin seated in front row. Kermit, Ethel, and Ted Jr. stand in the back row. Underwood & Underwood print of Pach Brothers photograph, 1907.

Noon hour, May 5, 1909, in the drawing-in room of American Woolen Co., Winooski, Vt. In front row are:- Right hand end, Allexina Lavelley; next - Anna Cross; next - Cecile Cauchon. In back row, right-hand, Lena Campbell; next, Albina Seymour. I counted 20 girls (under 14) going in at 7 a.m.  Location: Winooski, Vermont / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.
Doffers in Willingham Cotton Mill, Macon, Ga. The three boys in front row have been in mill work for 4, 5 and 6 years respectively.  Location: Macon, Georgia.
Noon-hour. Cumberland Glass Works, Brigeton sic, N.J. Smallest boy in middle of front row and one on right-hand end have been in this pant four years. See also photos #957 to 971. Location: Bridgeton, New Jersey

Noon-hour. Cumberland Glass Works, Brigeton sic, N.J. Smallest boy in ...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Glass factories. Hine no. 957. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograph... More

Noon-hour. Cumberland Glass Works, Bridgeton, N.J. Smallest boy in middle of front row and one on right-hand end have been in this plant four years. See also #957 to 971.  Location: Bridgeton, New Jersey.
6 P.M. May 6, 1909. Only a few young girls work in the Chace Cotton Mills, Burlington, Vt. In front row are Anna Grenier (2 yrs. in mill), Agnes Fountain. See photo and label #730. Location: Burlington, Vermont

6 P.M. May 6, 1909. Only a few young girls work in the Chace Cotton Mi...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 731. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division... More

6 P.M. May 6, 1909. Only a few young girls work in the Chace Cotton Mills, Burlington, Vt. In front row are Anna Grenier (2 yrs. in mill), Agnes Fountain. See photo and label #730.  Location: Burlington, Vermont.
Kids on the four-masted schooner named Snow & Burgess, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, 1909.

Kids on the four-masted schooner named Snow & Burgess, San Francisco M...

Exact date unknown. Pictured: kids sitting on the boom of a four-masted schooner, Snow & Burgess. The year '1909' is written in script on the lower corner of the photo. Back row (L-to-R): Alan Boyd, A.P. Lorent... More

Royal Mills workers. Front Row; --Spinners: Left hand end, Simplis Leon (one year in mill); next Manuel Silvey (2 years in mill); next John Enos (2 years in mill). Back row;--Doffers etc. Some have been in mill 5 years and more. Left hand, Louis Silvey next Jesse Miller, next Manuel Fratos, next Tony Raposo, next Tony Furtado, next Manuel Brazil.  Location: River Point, Rhode Island.
Noon-hour. Cumberland Glass Works, Bridgeton, N.J. Smallest boy in middle of front row and one on right-hand end have been in this plant four years. See also #957 to 971. Location: Bridgeton, New Jersey

Noon-hour. Cumberland Glass Works, Bridgeton, N.J. Smallest boy in mid...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Glass factories. Hine no. 956. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograph... More

Noon-hour. Cumberland Glass Works, Brigeton[sic], N.J. Smallest boy in middle of front row and one on right-hand end have been in this pant four years. See also photos #957 to 971.  Location: Bridgeton, New Jersey.
Doffers in Willingham Cotton Mill, Macon, Ga. The three boys in front row have been in mill work for 4, 5 and 6 years respectively. Location: Macon, Georgia

Doffers in Willingham Cotton Mill, Macon, Ga. The three boys in front ...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 532. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division... More

Noon hour, May 5, 1909, in the drawing-in room of American Woolen Co., Winooski, Vt. In front row are: Right hand end, Allexina Lavelley; next, Anna Cross; next, Cecile Cauchon. In back row, right-hand, Lena Campbell; next, Albina Seymour. I counted 20 girls (under 14) going in at 7 a.m. Location: Winooski, Vermont Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Noon hour, May 5, 1909, in the drawing-in room of American Woolen Co.,...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Mills. Hine no. 727. "Negative destroyed." Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General informati... More

A group of girl workers at Greenabaum's Cannery, Seaford, Del. The girls in the front row are "cappers" and "layers." They range from 6 years of age up. Working from 10 to 12 hours per day. Among the unguarded belting machinery of the Cannery. Location: Seaford, Delaware

A group of girl workers at Greenabaum's Cannery, Seaford, Del. The gir...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Canneries. Hine no. 1598. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Div... More

A group of girl workers at Greenabaum's Cannery, Seaford, Del. The girls in the front row are "cappers" and "layers." They range from 6 years of age up. Working from 10 to 12 hours per day. Among the unguarded belting machinery of the Cannery.  Location: Seaford, Delaware.
William Wolowiec, (middle boy in front row), 19 School St. Works in spinning room. Said, "A year and a half there." Wrote his name in English with great difficulty. Location: Chicopee, Massachusetts

William Wolowiec, (middle boy in front row), 19 School St. Works in sp...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2647. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

Smallest, Robert Magee (left hand), other two are; Edward Foster, 40 Fulton St. and John Neary, 211 Lakeview Ave., front row. Left hand, Robert Magee (see #2617). Right hand, Michael Keefe (see #2602). Middle, John Risheck. 391 Adams St., back row. Cornelius Hurley (see #2602). Location: South Framingham, Massachusetts

Smallest, Robert Magee (left hand), other two are; Edward Foster, 40 F...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2619. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

Group, all working in #2 Spinning Room. Smallest boy (right hand end of front row) is Rene Barbin, 61 Perkins St. Next to Rene is Philip Beaulieu (see 2628). Next to Philip is Alfred Corriveau, 14 Perkins St. Smallest boy in back row is Willie Irwin, 16 Perkins St. Next smallest in back row is Ernest Dionne, 5 Prince St.  Location: Salem, Massachusetts.
Nearly the entire force, Yooona [i.e., Yocona] Mills, Water Valley, Miss. Some of the smallest workers not in photo. The three smallest ones in front row hang around and help some. Baby doesn't work, - yet. The rest are steady workers. (See Hine report for data about past earnings of the mill.)  Location: Water Valley, Mississippi.
Smallest, Robert Magee (left hand), other two are; Edward Foster, 40 Fulton St. and John Neary, 211 Lakeview Ave., front row. Left hand, Robert Magee (see #2617). Right hand, Michael Keefe (see #2602). Middle, John Risheck. 391 Adams St., back row. Cornelius Hurley (see #2602).  Location: South Framingham, Massachusetts.
All of the family of Antoinette Pothier, 32 Easton Street. Father and tallest girl in back row of the picture work. Antoinette is the center of the group in the front row. Her sister Anita is 11 years old. See 2477. Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts

All of the family of Antoinette Pothier, 32 Easton Street. Father and ...

Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Title from NCLC caption card for Hine no. 2480. Hine no. 2481. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and P... More

Kuyrkendall family, recently from farm. Three children in front row (one ten and one twelve) and one boy not here, work in Magnolia Cotton Mills, Magnolia, Miss. See also 2096.  Location: Magnolia, Mississippi.
Nearly the entire force, Yooona i.e., Yocona Mills, Water Valley, Miss. Some of the smallest workers not in photo. The three smallest ones in front row hang around and help some. Baby doesn't work, - yet. The rest are steady workers. (See Hine report for data about past earnings of the mill.) Location: Water Valley, Mississippi

Nearly the entire force, Yooona i.e., Yocona Mills, Water Valley, Miss...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2117. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

Nearly the entire force, Yooona [i.e., Yocona] Mills, Water Valley, Miss. Some of the smallest workers not in photo. The three smallest ones in front row hang around and help some. Baby doesn't work, - yet. The rest are steady workers. (See Hine report for data about past earnings of the mill.)  Location: Water Valley, Mississippi.
[Front row (l to r) James Beauchamp and members of the House of Representatives Champ Clark - Missouri, Henry D. Clayton - Alabama, Wm. P. Borland - Missouri; Back row (l to r) Dorsey W. Shackelford - Missouri, Henry T. Rainey? - Illinois, Finis J. Garrett - Tennessee]
All in the picture work in the spinning room of the Washington Mill. Front row, left end, Joseph Cratano, 55 Railroad St. Apparently 11 or 12. Center, Thomas Murphy, 24 Spruce St., apparently 11 or 12. Right end, Wm. Von Wagner, 45 Trenton St., apparently 11 or 12.  Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts.
All in the picture work in the spinning room of the Washington Mill. Front row, left end, Joseph Cratano, 55 Railroad St. Apparently 11 or 12. Center, Thomas Murphy, 24 Spruce St., apparently 11 or 12. Right end, Wm. Von Wagner, 45 Trenton St., apparently 11 or 12. Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts

All in the picture work in the spinning room of the Washington Mill. F...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2494. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

Dependent (able-bodied) parents. Family of Robert Barnes, E. 15 Magnolia, Miss. Father works irregularly. "I supplies places in the mill when others are gone." Been here two months, Worked a farm near McComb, where the children worked in the mill and went to school. Note how the ages jump from(1) Children not in the mill; who are 2, 5, and 8 years old.to(2) Children in the mill, (front row), said to be 14, 15 and 17 years old.  Location: Magnolia, Mississippi.
Family of J. J. Moore. All but mother and two smallest children on steps work in Washington Cotton Mills, Fries Va. Smallest spinner (right hand end of front row) said she was 14, but she surely is not. The family came from a Carolina farm three years ago.  Location: Fries, Virginia.
William Wolowiec, (middle boy in front row), 19 School St. Works in spinning room. Said, "A year and a half there." Wrote his name in English with great difficulty.  Location: Chicopee, Massachusetts.
On right hand of front row is Arthur Houle, 24 E. Gardner St., fifth floor of Spinning Room #2. Left hand end front row is John Parent, 14 Congress St., Spinning Room #2, fifth floor. Smallest in back row is John Delisle, 14 Congress St., Spinning Room #2, fifth floor. Next size in back row is Joseph Bondreault, 40 Perkins St., Spinning Room #2, Fifth floor. Ne[x]t in size in back row is Arthur Dandurand, 24 E. Gardner St., (may be 14, not sure) works in Spinning Room #1, fifth floor.  Location: Salem, Massachusetts.
All of the family of Antoinette Pothier, 32 Easton Street, (See 2477). Father and tallest girl in back row of the picture work. Antoinette is the center of the group in the front row. Her sister Anita is 11 years old.  Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Family of J. J. Moore. All but mother and two smallest children on steps work in Washington Cotton Mills, Fries Va. Smallest spinner (right hand end of front row) said she was 14, but she surely is not. The family came from a Carolina farm three years ago. Location: Fries, Virginia

Family of J. J. Moore. All but mother and two smallest children on ste...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2135. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

All of the family of Antoinette Pothier, 32 Easton Street, (See 2477). Father and tallest girl in back row of the picture work. Antoinette is the center of the group in the front row. Her sister Anita is 11 years old. Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts

All of the family of Antoinette Pothier, 32 Easton Street, (See 2477)....

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2480. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

Nearly the entire force, Yooona i.e., Yocona Mills, Water Valley, Miss. Some of the smallest workers not in the photo. The three smallest ones in front row hang around and help some. Baby doesn't work, - yet. The rest are steady workers. (See Hine report for data about past earnings of this mill.) Location: Water Valley, Mississippi

Nearly the entire force, Yooona i.e., Yocona Mills, Water Valley, Miss...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2115. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

Nearly the entire force, Yooona [i.e., Yocona] Mills, Water Valley, Miss. Some of the smallest workers not in the photo. The three smallest ones in front row hang around and help some. Baby doesn't work, - yet. The rest are steady workers. (See Hine report for data about past earnings of this mill.)  Location: Water Valley, Mississippi.
Some of the young workers in Laurel Cotton Mills, Miss. Tallest man is Mr. Hollingworth. Two of his boys in front row. Sylvester, ten years old, "Only helps in the mill afternoons and Saturdays." "But if I was twelve," he said, "I'd go to work to-morrow." The other boy, Floyd, said he was thirteen, but he doesn't seem to be. He said, "I sweeps. Get thirty cents a day. Sweepin' keeps you at it right steady. Not much chance to rest. You have to be twelve to work."  Location: Laurel, Mississippi.
The very smallest boy is Henry Fournier, 261 Jefferson Ave., Castle Hill, has worked 2 months in #2 Spinning Room. The next in size is Adelard Gagnon, 32 Perkins St., works in Spinning Room. Next in size (front row) is Adelard Dion, 1 Palmer St., works in #1Spinning Room. Smallest in back row is Albert Valbert, 14 Park St.  Location: Salem, Massachusetts.
Dependent (able-bodied) parents. Family of Robert Barnes, E. 15 Magnolia, Miss. Father works irregularly. "I supplies places in the mill when others are gone." Been here two months, Worked a farm near McComb, where the children worked in the mill and went to school. Note how the ages jump from(1) Children not in the mill; who are 2, 5, and 8 years old.to(2) Children in the mill, (front row), said to be 14, 15 and 17 years old. Location: Magnolia, Mississippi

Dependent (able-bodied) parents. Family of Robert Barnes, E. 15 Magnol...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2098. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

The very smallest boy is Henry Fournier, 261 Jefferson Ave., Castle Hill, has worked 2 months in #2 Spinning Room. The next in size is Adelard Gagnon, 32 Perkins St., works in Spinning Room. Next in size (front row) is Adelard Dion i.e. Dionne, 1 Palmer St., works in #1Spinning Room. Smallest in back row is Albert Valbert, 14 Park St. Location: Salem, Massachusetts

The very smallest boy is Henry Fournier, 261 Jefferson Ave., Castle Hi...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2630. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

[All of the family of Antoinette Pothier, 32 Easton Street. Father and tallest girl in back row of the picture work. Antoinette is the center of the group in the front row. Her sister Anita is 11 years old. See 2477].  Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts.
BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: LAFFERTY OF OREGON; SIDNEY ANDERSON OF MINNESOTA; LONGWORTH OF OHIO; 2 UNIDENTIFIED. REAR ROW: FARR OF PENNSYLVANIA; MILLER OF MINNESOTA; 2 UNIDENTIFIED
Nearly the entire force, Yooona i.e., Yocona Mills, Water Valley, Miss. Some of the smallest workers not in photo. The three smallest ones in front row hang around and help some. Baby doesn't work, - yet. The rest are steady workers. (See Hine report for data about past earnings of the mill.) Location: Water Valley, Mississippi

Nearly the entire force, Yooona i.e., Yocona Mills, Water Valley, Miss...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2116. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

On right hand of front row is Arthur Houle, 24 E. Gardner St., fifth floor of Spinning Room #2. Left hand end front row is John Parent, 14 Congress St., Spinning Room #2, fifth floor. Smallest in back row is John Delisle, 14 Congress St., Spinning Room #2, fifth floor. Next size in back row is Joseph Bondreault, 40 Perkins St., Spinning Room #2, Fifth floor. Next in size in back row is Arthur Dandurand, 24 E. Gardner St., (may be 14, not sure) works in Spinning Room #1, fifth floor. Location: Salem, Massachusetts

On right hand of front row is Arthur Houle, 24 E. Gardner St., fifth f...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2635. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: LAFFERTY OF OREGON; SIDNEY ANDERSON OF MINNESOTA; LONGWORTH OF OHIO; 2 UNIDENTIFIED. REAR ROW: FARR OF PENNSYLVANIA; MILLER OF MINNESOTA; 2 UNIDENTIFIED

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: LAFFERTY OF OREGON; SIDNEY ANDERSO...

Title and date from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.g... More

Group of mill boys going to church Sunday morning. Beaumont Mill Settlement, Spartanberg, S.C. All work. The front row left hand and Elish Putnam been working 3 or 4 years. Middle Bryson Hemmett working 3 months. Right hand George Powell, six months working.  Location: Spartanburg, South Carolina.
BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISON; MURRAY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 2ND ROW: UNIDENTIFIED; EDWARDS OF GEORGIA; McDERMOTT OF ILLINOIS; REAR ROW: WHITE OF OHIO; UNIDENTIFIED; TOM REILLY OF CONNECTICUT; WEBB OF NORTH CAROLINA; RAUCH OF INDIANA

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISO...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Young workers going home from the Beaumont Mill, Spartenberg [sic], S.C. In the front row are Jesse Farmer, makes 60 cents a day, been working here six months. Haskel Holt, 70 cents a day six months working. A 13 year old sister been spinning his own name.  Location: Spartanburg, South Carolina.
BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISON; MURRAY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 2ND ROW: UNIDENTIFIED; EDWARDS OF GEORGIA; McDERMOTT OF ILLINOIS; REAR ROW: WHITE OF OHIO; UNIDENTIFIED; TOM REILLY OF CONNECTICUT; WEBB OF NORTH CAROLINA; RAUCH OF INDIANA
Young workers going home from the Beaumont Mill, Spartenberg sic, S.C. In the front row are Jesse Farmer, makes 60 cents a day, been working here six months. Haskel Holt, 70 cents a day six months working. A 13 year old sister been spinning his own name. Location: Spartanburg, South Carolina

Young workers going home from the Beaumont Mill, Spartenberg sic, S.C....

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Mills. Hine no. 2965. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Divisio... More

A group of school children in the third and fourth grades of the Cowpens, S.C., School. All in the front row are 9 and 10 years old (compare these with the little children shown in #2970-75.) The principal said only one out of 10 in the school were mill children (and he was not apparently very anxious that they should be) "The mill is only a small part of the village."  Location: Cowpens, South Carolina.
BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISON; MURRAY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 2ND ROW: UNIDENTIFIED; EDWARDS OF GEORGIA; McDERMOTT OF ILLINOIS; REAR ROW: WHITE OF OHIO; UNIDENTIFIED; TOM REILLY OF CONNECTICUT; WEBB OF NORTH CAROLINA; RAUCH OF INDIANA

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISO...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISON; MURRAY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 2ND ROW: UNIDENTIFIED; EDWARDS OF GEORGIA; McDERMOTT OF ILLINOIS; REAR ROW: WHITE OF OHIO; UNIDENTIFIED; TOM REILLY OF CONNECTICUT; WEBB OF NORTH CAROLINA; RAUCH OF INDIANA
A few of the San Antonio messengers. See Hine report on messenger service of Texas. Edgar Barnes is one of the smallest in front row. The messengers and their contact with the Red Light districts, in most of the large cities of Texas, is one of the worst phases of child labor in the state.  Location: San Antonio, Texas.
INTL. ANTI-VIVISECTION CONGRESS. BACK ROW: MRS. CLINTON PICHNEY FARRELL; MRS. FLORENCE PELL WARNING.FRONT ROW: MRS. CAROLINE E. WHITE; MISS LIND-AF-HAGEBY; MRS. R. G. INGERSOL
INTL. ANTI-VIVISECTION CONGRESS. BACK ROW: MRS. CLINTON PICHNEY FARRELL; MRS. L. B. HENDERSON; MRS.FLORENCE PELL WARNING. FRONT ROW: MRS. CAROLINE E. WHITE; MISS LIND-AF-HAGEBY; MRS. R. G. INGERSOL
INTL. ANTI-VIVISECTION CONGRESS. BACK ROW: MRS. CLINTON PICHNEY FARRELL; MRS. L. B. HENDERSON; MRS.FLORENCE PELL WARNING. FRONT ROW: MRS. CAROLINE E. WHITE; MISS LIND-AF-HAGEBY; MRS. R. G. INGERSOL

INTL. ANTI-VIVISECTION CONGRESS. BACK ROW: MRS. CLINTON PICHNEY FARREL...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

A few of the San Antonio messengers. See Hine report on messenger service of Texas. Edgar Barnes is one of the smallest in front row. The messengers and their contact with the Red Light districts, in most of the large cities of Texas, is one of the worst phases of child labor in the state.  Location: San Antonio, Texas.
Barry, John. Commodore, U.S.N. His statue unveiled, May 16, 1914; President Woodrow Wilson in front row

Barry, John. Commodore, U.S.N. His statue unveiled, May 16, 1914; Pres...

Title and date from image taken at same event: LC-H261-3958. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.hec Temp. note... More

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.
CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS. NOLAN; UNIDENTIFIED; GIRL AND WOMAN; REPS. CHURCH; KETTNER; 3 UNIDENTIFIED

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONL...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.
FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. CHAIRMEN OF FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS. FRONT ROW: FREDERICK H. CURTISS, BOSTON, DIST 1; PIERRE JAY, NEW YORK CITY, DIST. 2; RICHARD L. AUSTIN, PHILADELPHIA, DIST. 3; D.C. WILLS, BELLEVUE, PA, DIST. 4; WILLIAM INGLE, BALTIMORE, DIST. 5; M.B. WILLBORN, ANNISTON, ALA., DIST. 6; BACK ROW: C.H. BOSWORTH, CHICAGO, DIST. 7; A.E. RAMSEY, MUSKOGEE, OKLA., DIST. 10; E.O. TENNISON, DALLAS, DIST. 11; JOHN PERRIN, SAN FRANCISCO, DIST. 12

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. CHAIRMEN OF FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS. FRONT R...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Foreign born soldiers made citizens, Washington, D.C. Group of naturalized soldiers the following are represented: L-R: Front Row Armenian, Austrian, Russian Pole, Greek, Italian, Danish. Back row: Russian Jew, Turk Portuguese, German, Fitalian French

Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Foreign born so...

Photographer: Pvt. Vincent L. Palumbo Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies

The Japanese Commission and the Insular and Foreign Division. Left to right, front row: Mrs. Kimball: Miss Nieman: Eliot Wadsworth: Prince Tokugawa: Henry P. Davison: Mrs. Ortman: Count Katsu; a secretary: F.N. Doubleday. Second row: T.S. Johnson, four members of the Commission. Third row: A Commissioner, W.L. Keene, Dr. Ninagawa, Dr. Chapman, Henry White, Otis H. Cutler, G.F. Argetsinger, Randolph Ortman, H.J. Cogswell, Mrs. Chapman

The Japanese Commission and the Insular and Foreign Division. Left to ...

Title and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC. Group title: Personnel. Date based on date of negatives in same range. Gift; Ameri... More

At Belgian headquarters. Left to right, front row: Mr. Simmons, Mr. Wadsworth, General Rucquoy, Chief of Staff, Mr. Lee, Mr. Van Schaick, Colonel, Mr. Glass, Mr. Bicknell

At Belgian headquarters. Left to right, front row: Mr. Simmons, Mr. Wa...

Title and notes from Red Cross caption card. Group title: Belgian Pictures. Date based on date range for negative series. Gift; American National Red Cross 1944 and 1952. General information about the American ... More

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS. NOLAN; UNIDENTIFIED; GIRL AND WOMAN; REPS. CHURCH; KETTNER; 3 UNIDENTIFIED

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONL...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. CHAIRMEN OF FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS. FRONT ROW: FREDERICK H. CURTISS, BOSTON, DIST 1; PIERRE JAY, NEW YORK CITY, DIST. 2; RICHARD L. AUSTIN, PHILADELPHIA, DIST. 3; D.C. WILLS, BELLEVUE, PA, DIST. 4; WILLIAM INGLE, BALTIMORE, DIST. 5; M.B. WILLBORN, ANNISTON, ALA., DIST. 6; BACK ROW: C.H. BOSWORTH, CHICAGO, DIST. 7; A.E. RAMSEY, MUSKOGEE, OKLA., DIST. 10; E.O. TENNISON, DALLAS, DIST. 11; JOHN PERRIN, SAN FRANCISCO, DIST. 12
CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.
Left to right, front row: Mrs. Baker, Alice Paul, Mrs. Wainwright; back row: Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Hilles, Miss Younger, Mrs. Hookes
Meeting at Coffee House, New York. Front row - L-R Mrs. Wm Colt, N.Y., Mrs. Wm Kent, Cal., Mrs. John Rogers, N.Y., Lucy Burns (back of Mrs. Rogers), N.Y., Miss Hazel MacKaye, Mass. (with Suffragist)

Meeting at Coffee House, New York. Front row - L-R Mrs. Wm Colt, N.Y.,...

Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage Advisory Council leaving the Peg Woffington Coffee House in New York City. Left to right (front row): Elizabeth Colt, E... More

Left to right, front row: Mrs. Baker, Alice Paul, Mrs. Wainwright; back row: Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Hilles, Miss Younger, Mrs. Hookes

Left to right, front row: Mrs. Baker, Alice Paul, Mrs. Wainwright; bac...

Title from unverified caption data on negative or negative sleeve. Date based on date of negatives in same range. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is avai... More

National parks: Coat - public domain image

National parks: Coat - public domain image

LIBI_00019_01976, A field officer's dress, worn by Custer when he was lt. Col. Of 7th cav. Made of navy blue broadcloth. Double row of 18 brass buttons, with spread eagle, c for cavalry in shield. Three strips ... More

Rough Rider officers

Rough Rider officers

Sepia photograph of 40 Rough Rider officers. 7 men sit in chairs in the front row. Third from viewers right is Theodore Rosoevelt, sitting with right leg crossed over left. Near his feet sits a mountain lion. A... More

Wreath Laying to Celebrate the Marine Corps Birthday

Wreath Laying to Celebrate the Marine Corps Birthday

Front row, from left, retired U.S. Marine Corps Gen. James L. Jones; Gen. James F. Amos, the commandant of the Marine Corps; and Col. Christian Cabaniss, the commanding officer of Marine Barracks Washington, pa... More

American Red Cross - Groups - Advisory Council, American Red Cross, Bureau of Personnel. L to R: front row: Mrs. Leonard Wood, MRs. W.K. Draper, Chairman, Mrs. E.H.  Harriman; L to R; second row: Mrs. Joseph M. Cudahy, Mrs. George Wharton Pepper, Miss Mabel T. Boardman

American Red Cross - Groups - Advisory Council, American Red Cross, Bu...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Groups

American Red Cross - Groups - Personnel of American Red Cross Mission to Poland on day of their arrival at home in Warsaw. In front row from right are Col. W.C. Bailey of Boston, head of the Mission; Major H.W. Taylor of Mobile; Col. Francis E. Frontczak of Buffalo

American Red Cross - Groups - Personnel of American Red Cross Mission ...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Groups

American Red Cross - Groups - Society girls to aid Red Cross at Flower Shower, N.Y. Clad in their pretty uniforms, these society girls sold programmes for the Red Cross at the International Flower Show from March 14-21. In the front row, sitting, from left to right: Ruth Bliss, Margaret Burton, Ruth Manierre, Ruth Dean, Alice Haight and Jane Brower. Standing from left to right: Edith Pratt, Jean Fletcher, Lucile Baldwin, Mary Lorillard, Minnie Richards, Elizabeth Manning, Jane Quintard and Ruth Marden

American Red Cross - Groups - Society girls to aid Red Cross at Flower...

Date Taken: 03/0/1918 Photographer: Underwood & Underwood American Red Cross - Groups

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Reims, France. Exterior of American Red Cross Canteen at Reims and working staff. The American Red Cross workers seated in the front row: Capt. R.R.J. Faure, Chauffeur. The elderly woman seated between them is Mme. Founriaux, a native of Reims, who never left the city during the four years owing to her heroism the French Government awarded her Croix de Guerre. She is now helping the American Red Cross most efficiently

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Reims, France. Exterio...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings

Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Making citizens of 300 foreign born fighting men wearing U.S.A. uniform. One of the most impressive scenes witnessed at any of the training camps where men of the National Army are being whipped into shape was enacted at Camp Upton, N.Y. when 300 foreign born members wearing the uniform were admitted to full citizenship. These men were granted full citizenship in order to give them every protection accorded a citizen of the United States. This photograph shows the men who were instrumental in aiding these foreign born fighters gain recognition as full fledged Americans. From left to right: front row. Judge Mancheanser, Dana White, Chap. P. Miller, and Merton A. Sturges. Back row: Jas. P. Buxton, H. Mayorkas, R.B. Lish, Jas. F. Richardson, A.S. Solomon and Harold Waertendyke

Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Making citizens...

Photographer: International Film Service Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies

American Red Cross - Groups - The Executive Committee of American Red Cross Workrooms in London. Everywhere great quantities of surgical dressings have been mnufactured during the war. Back row, left to right: Mrs. Arthur Walker, Northampton, Mass.; Mrs. Boylston Beal, Boston; Mrs. Eugene Tobey, Portland, Me.; Mrs. George Short, Brooklyn; Mrs. John G. Elliott, N.Y.; Mrs. Beckwith spencer, Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. Robert McCollan, Cambridge, N.Y. Front row: Mrs. Chester Purrington,  Amesburg, Mass.; MRs. Frank Willcox, New Orleans; Mrs. H.S. Waite, Chairman, Chicago; Mrs. Lorin Woodruff, Buffalo; Mrs. Gillie Naylor, N.Y.; Mrs. Hugh McCall, N.Y. Central, Pacific, Gulf, Lake, Northern Bulletin
American Red Cross - Groups - Interallied Conference of Red Cross Societies at Cannes, France. Left to right: (back row) Maj. A.H. Garwin; Col. F.F. Russell; Miss A.W. Gill; Miss Julia Stimson; Miss Alicia Lloyd Still; Dr. Samuel Hamill; Prof. Kaboshian; Dr. Fritz Talbot; Col. H.S. Cummings; Dr. Edward A. Baldwin. Middle row: Col. Richard P. Strong; Prof. H.R. Kenwood; Dr. William P. Lucas; Col. W.S. Snow (immediately in front of Dr. Lucas); Sir John Lundsden; Dr. Bartoleme Gosio; Col. L. W. Harrison; Dr. F.N.W. Menzies; Dr. Wycliffe rose (in back) Col. Cesare Baduel; Dr. L. emmett Holt; Dr. Giuseppe Sastianelli; Lt. Col. Holt (in rear); Major Truby King; Dr. Francesso Valaguss (directly in front of Major King. Front row: (seated) Dr. Camillo Golgi; Dr. Edouardo Maragliano; Sir Robert W. Philip;  Dr. Ett. Marchiagava; Prof. Roux; Dr. Wm. H. Welch; Sir Arthur Newsholme; Dr. H.M. Biggs; Lieut. Col. Dr. Aldo Castellani

American Red Cross - Groups - Interallied Conference of Red Cross Soci...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Groups

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