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U. S. o[f] A., Pres. Roosevelt - Public domain portrait print

U. S. o[f] A., Pres. Roosevelt - Public domain portrait print

Postcard showing a bust-portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt surrounded by the U.S. flag and a laurel branch. 16785 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright stamp on back dated Sept. 7, 1907.

Portrait photo of The entertainer, gelatin silver print

Portrait photo of The entertainer, gelatin silver print

Postcard showing full-length portrait of a woman, standing, facing front, wearing hat and short skirt. J253158 U.S. Copyright Office. On photo: "Mushet." On photo: "c Butler Cafe Revue, Seattle."

Hughes, Hearst, Heaven or Hell? It's up to you

Hughes, Hearst, Heaven or Hell? It's up to you

Political postcard showing bust-portraits of Republican Charles E. Hughes (left) and Democrat William R. Hearst (right), candidates in the New York Governor race of 1906. H83538 U.S. Copyright Office. "Copyrigh... More

The Wright aeroplane at Fort Myer, Virginia

The Wright aeroplane at Fort Myer, Virginia

Postcard showing Orville Wright flying biplane, Fort Myer, Va. 131162 U.S. Copyright Office. "Copyright 1909, G.M.C." below photo. Copyright registration records show G.M. Cramer Co., in Washington, D.C.

Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club dock postcard

Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club dock postcard

Postcard showing people on dock with boats in the water, Lake Hopatgong, New Jersey. J145009 U.S. Copyright Office. On photo: "Copyright Harris." On back: "W.J. Harris, Pubr., Genuine Photo Post Cards, Lake Ha... More

Bucking horse, gelatin silver print

Bucking horse, gelatin silver print

Postcard showing a man riding a bucking bronco with spectators in the background. J146826 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyrighted in 1910, claimant not identified on card. Title from inscription on back of card.

Gibbon Cascades, Y.N.P. / photo made by S.D. Butcher & Son, Kearney, Neb.

Gibbon Cascades, Y.N.P. / photo made by S.D. Butcher & Son, Kearney, N...

Postcard showing Gibbon Cascades at Yellowstone National Park. 133707 U.S. Copyright Office. No. 2058. Copyright Oct. 22, 1909 by S.D. Butcher & Son.

Bobby Leach, and his barrel postcard

Bobby Leach, and his barrel postcard

Postcard showing a composite photograph of daredevil Bobby Leach standing in the steel barrel he used to successfully go over Horseshoe Falls, July 1911. A view of the Falls appears in the background. J158077 U... More

Baltimore Base Ball Club - Public domain portrait print

Baltimore Base Ball Club - Public domain portrait print

Postcard showing baseball players seated and standing in stadium. H126199 U.S. Copyright Office. On photo: "Copyright 1909 by Barr-Farnham P.P.C. Co."

Hump pusher, L.S. & M.S. R. R., Elkhart, Ind.

Hump pusher, L.S. & M.S. R. R., Elkhart, Ind.

Postcard showing train engine on the railroad tracks of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway with row of men in front. J172354 U.S. Copyright Office. On photo: "Copr. Inbody." On back: Made by J. Inbod... More

Dick Rock on favorite horse - Lightning

Dick Rock on favorite horse - Lightning

Postcard showing Idaho rancher Richard "Dick" Rock on his horse, probably at Henrys Lake, Idaho. J250564 U.S. Copyright Office. "Copyright 1921 J. M. Tratler [i.e. Trapler]". Copyright registration records show... More

Birdseye view in Aberdeen, So. Dak. looking north east from roof Carben

Birdseye view in Aberdeen, So. Dak. looking north east from roof Carbe...

Postcard showing view of buildings in Aberdeen, South Dakota. J148537 U.S. Copyright Office. On photo: "Copyright by N.A. Brothers." Identified on photo: "Gass works," "Wholesale Plumer's Sup.," "Wholesale Gr... More

Hearst in war, Hearst in peace, Hearst in the hearts of his countrymen

Hearst in war, Hearst in peace, Hearst in the hearts of his countrymen

Political postcard showing three bust-portraits of Democrat William R. Hearst, unsuccessful candidate against Charles E. Hughes, in the New York Governor race of 1906. Upper left side of card shows a fist "just... More