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[From Agnes Sorel's walk]

[Agnes Y. McAllister, three-quarters length, seated in ornate chair, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

Agnes Perry

Agnes Perry

Agnes Perry

Agnes Perry

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing St. Joan of Arc in armor; and St. Agnes with lamb, and lilies]

[Agnes Elisabeth Winona Leclerq Joy Salm-Salm, three-quarter length portrait, seated, turned left, facing front]

Agnes and Volunteer

Agnes

[Agnes Rand Lee by a window with a book]

[Agnes Lee playing piano]

[Katharine Wright, Harriet Silliman, and Agnes Osborne in horse-drawn carriage across from Wright home, 7 Hawthorn Street, Dayton, Ohio]

Portrait group of Mrs. Frances (Folsom) Cleveland and the ladies of the Cabinet: Olive Harmon, Jane P. Francis, M.J. Carlisle, Agnes P. Olney, Nannie H. Wilson, Juliet K. Lamont, and Leila Herbert

[Dr. McClean, Helen Emmins, and Agnes Osborn, camping at Shoup's Mill, near Dayton, Ohio]

Agnes O'Neill

Agnes Johnston

Agnes Ayres

Sen. J.A. O'Gorman (N.Y.) and wife, seated, and left to right, Agnes, Anna, Alice, Dolorita, Mrs. W.L. Duffy, Mrs. D.F. Malone, James

Agnes O'Neill & Chas. [Tamme]

Agnes Jenks

Agnes S. Ward, Principal

Agnes Johnston

Agnes Ayers

Agnes Strickland

Lake Agnes, Alberta

Lake Agnes, Alberta

[Agnes Lee, standing, with arm around older daughter, (Agnes Lee), seated, reading newspaper(?) on lap]

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.

St. Agnes School at Anking, China

Agnes Elkins (Leslie Cecil)

Some of the youngest girls in Chace Cotton Mill, Burlington, Vt. Girls' names are Mabel Blanchette (left hand end), Lodell Blanchette (right hand end), and Agnes Fountain, young girl in middle. 6 P.M. May 6, 1909 (See #730.) Location: Burlington, Vermont.

Agnes Madigan [ice skater]

Agnes O'Gorman

Agnes Repplier

Agnes Nestor

"Laurel in the Pines" Lakewood N.J. Mrs. J.A.H. [Alison Trumbull] Hopkins, N.J., Chairman at wheel, Miss Agnes F. Campbell, N.J., Organizer seated in car. Miss Botsford, N.Y., seeing them off. Picture taken during trip thru 3d C.D. N.J.-March 2+3 [1916].

Mrs. J.A.H. [Alison Turnbull] Hopkins' car in front of N.J. Headquarters, 17 W. Parls Street, Newark. Mrs. Morris B. Mead (South Orange), Chairman of 10 C.D. by car - Miss Agnes F. Campbell, organizer tying on banner.

Nell Johnson & Agnes Stowell

Miss Agnes Slack, England

Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.

Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.
Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.

MONEY, AGNES

Miss Agnes Wilson

Mrs. Agnes H. Morey of Boston, Mass.

Miss Agnes Wilson

Miss Agnes Wilson

Miss Agnes Wilson

Prominent women at equal rights conference at Woman's Party. L to R: Mrs. Agnes Morey, Brookline, Mass.; Miss Katherine Morey, Brookline, Mass. & State Chairman of the Woman's Party; Elsie Hill, Norwalk, Conn.; Mary Dean Powell, D.C.; Emma Wold, Portland, Oregon; Mabel Vernon, Wilmington, Del., [11/11/22]

Miss Agnes Ashford, [7/18/23]

Mary Agnes Vitchestain

Warriors. Agnes Lester, Marjorie Follette, Emily Knight, Elizabeth Van Sickle, Carol Lester, prominent young girls of Seneca Falls, as warriors in the Drama depicting the Progress of Woman to be given at the reception at Seneca Falls, N.Y., in July 20, in honor of the officers and members of the National Woman's party in connection with their seventy-fifth anniversary Equal Rights celebration.

Miss Agnes Ashford, [7/18/23]

Agnes Quinn, Dept. of Justice

"A hero is born" A romantic musical by Theresa Holburn - based on an original story by Andrew Lang : Music by A. Lehman Engel - lyrics by Agnes Morgan / / Halls.

[Mary Agnes Shanley, New York City detective, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Ride 'em cowboy. Washington, D.C., March 11. Cast as hard-riding cowgirls, Agnes Doherty, (on horse) niece of Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, and Cuyler Schwartz, daughter of Senator H.H. Schwartz of Wyoming, will take a prominent part in the society circus to be held at Fort Myer, Va., late this month. Proceeds from the show will be given to charity, 3/11/1937

[Mary Agnes Shanley, New York City detective, half-length portrait, facing left, pulling a pistol out of her handbag]

City cowgirls. Washington, D.C., March 11. City cowgirls now, but these member of Washington's younger set, Miss Cuyler Schwartz (left) daughter of H.H. Schwartz of Wyoming, and Miss Agnes Doherty, neice of Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, also of Wyoming, will go native again the latter part of this month when they will give an exhibition of typical Western riding at the society circus at Fort Myer. Va. Proceeds from the circus will be given to charity, 3/11/1937

[Mary Agnes Shanley, New York City detective, full-length portrait, facing slightly right]

Louisiana Senator investigates Civil Service promotions causing complaints. Washington, D.C., March 29[28}(?). Senator Allen Ellender, of Louisiana, recently received complaints that a pretty face means more to some of the Bureau Chiefs when time comes for a promotion in Government Service, so, the Senator asked for an appropriation to pursue an investigation of these allegations. Today he heard employees of the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department. Left to right, Helen Hess, Betty Meininger, Senator Ellender, Mary Friend and Agnes M. Gallagher. 3-28-39

Agnes Cliemka, age 23, married and husband may be going into the service any day, Heil and Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Agnes used to work in a department store. Checking of gasoline hose of gasoline trailers before being turned over the Air Force

Receiving line at Immaculata Junior College. A get-acquainted tea at which students present their parents and friends to members of the faculty was given at Immaculata Junior College today. In the receiving line, left to right - Miss Estelle Flynn, the first guest to arrive, Misses Frances O'Donnell, Virginia Bernaud, Margaret Bier, Anne Marie Burke, and Mary Agnes Bier, 2-12-39

Agnes Cliemka, age 23, married and husband may be going into the service any day, Heil and Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Agnes used to work in a dep[artmen]t store. Checking of gasoline hose of gasoline trailers before being turned over the Air Force

Washington leaves home at Mt. Vernon for first inaugural. Mt. Vernon, Va. April 16. 'George Washington' is bid a fond adieu by his wife 'Martha' as he leaves his home today for New York City to repeat his first inaugural [à] of 150 years ago. Washington, portrayed by Denys Wortman, is traveling by a horse drawn coach and will make many stops for ceremonial receptions during the reenactment of the historic journey. The trip is being sponsored by the United States Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission, the New York World's Fair, and many other patriotic, historical, and civic organizations. In this photograph, Martha Washington is played by Miss Agnes Peter

Helen Ryan, age 41 (with cap), widow and used to work in a show factory, Heil and Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Agnes Cliemka, age 23, married and husband may be going into the service any day, brother in the army. [She] used to be a clerk in a dep[artmen]t store. Unmasking and checking parts of the gasoline trailers that will be turned over to the Air Force

Mrs. Agnes Usher hanging clothes at her new prefabricated house at Hazlehurst Farms Inc. She had gone to Hinesville with her husband from Baxley, Georgia to work at Camp Stewart. When his work was over they moved to Hazlehurst Farms. Hazelhurst, Georgia.

Mrs. Agnes Powell, sweeping porch of her prefabricated house at Hazlehurst Farms Inc., Hazlehurst, Georgia

[Portrait of Agnes De Mille, in 3 Virgins and a Devil]

Production. Machine guns of various calibers. Agnes Mahan, bench lathe operator at a large Eastern firearms plant, makes oil drills for .50- caliber machine gun barrels. Many women workers are employed in this plant, producing essential weapons for the armed forces

Milwaukee, Wisconsin. War production workers at the Heil company making gasoline trailer tanks for the U.S. Army Air Corps. Helen Ryan (left) age forty-one, widow, who used to work in shoe factory. Her brother is in the U.S. Army. Agnes Clienka (right), age twenty-three, married, who used to be a clerk in a department store. Her brother is in the U.S. Army

Washington, D.C. A portrait of Miss Agnes Gervais, of Marshall, Minnesota, who does secretarial work at the Office of Price Administration (OPA), is secretary of the Walsh Club for war workers, located at 1523 22nd Street, N.W.

Pitcairn, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Agnes Glunt, mother of a child four years old, employed as a rivet heater in the Pitcairn, Pennsylvania Railroad steel car shop, earning seventy-two cents per hour. Her husband works at the Westinghouse Electric Company

This is home for the Moreland family - Tarrytown Light Station in the Hudson River. Richard and his wife Agnes ...

Agnes Vanderburg and Kay Young on the Flathead Reservation, Northwestern Montana discussing preparations for a camas bake

Ascension & St. Agnes Church, 1217 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Aaron Copland, Agnes DeMille, and Oliver Smith at Tanglewood, 1942

Miss Agnes Ashford, 7/18/23

Royal Weidner & Agnes Kane House, 211 Ruskin Drive, Altoona, Blair County, PA

Wm. B. Wilson & Miss Agnes H. Wilson, 1/15/27

Agnes May. H. Marsan, Publisher, 38 Chatham Street, N.Y

Aaron Copland and Agnes DeMille in Banff, 1976

Before Dies Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. The Dies Committee Investigating un-American activities today questioned Joseph P. Lash, Executive Secretary of the American Students' Union, and Miss Agnes Reynolds, College Secretary of the Union. Lash testified that he was a member of the Socialist Party from 1929 to 1937. He said he resigned because he believed that the Socialist Party was subordinating the interests of the people of a whole to the interests of factional strife

Petermännchen 1. T. German

Visitandines. Libretto. Dutch

Waffenschmied. Libretto. German

Visitandines. Libretto. German

Waldweibchen 1. T. German

Agnes Bernauer. Libretto. German

Erbe von Hohenegk. Libretto. German

Haus der Tempermente. Libretto. Libretto. German

König Georg. Libretto. German

Agnes Bernauer. Libretto. German

Freischütz. Libretto. English

Agnes Bernauer. Libretto. German

Modella. Libretto. German

Bürgertreue der Vorzeit. Libretto. German

Schecheristani. Libretto. German

Löwenritter 2. T. German

Löwenritter 3. T. German

Löwenritter 4. T. German

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