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The murder at Fall River. Alexander B. Beard, author. West Manchester. N. H. [18--?].

[Unidentified man, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the left, eyes facing front, with beard]

[Unidentified man, about 35 years of age, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to right, with full beard]

[Unidentified man, about 40 years of age, three-quarter length portrait, slightly to the right, head three-quarters to the left, seated in chair, one hand in waistcoat, with full beard]

[Caleb Lyon, head-and shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the left, with beard]

[George Wallace Jones, half-length portrait, three-quarters to left, eyes front, with beard]

[Unidentified man, about 30 years of age, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the right, with slight beard]

[Unidentified man, half-length portrait, body in profile to left, facing front, with beard]

[Painting of man with beard wearing ruff]

[Sesto Benedetti, three-quarter length portrait, facing three-quarters to right, with beard, sitting in chair, wearing large ring and figured waistcoat]

[Unidentified man with beard]

[Unidentified man with beard, half-length portrait, facing front]

[Three-quarter face portrait of man with beard]

[Abraham Lincoln, bust portrait, facing left; first photo to show his beard]

Abraham Lincoln to Grace Bedell, Friday, October 19, 1860 (Reply to Bedell's letter concerning Lincoln's beard)

[Abraham Lincoln, first profile portrait with a full beard]

[Unidentified soldier with full beard in Union uniform with brass epaulettes]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and unidentified man with full beard in fur hat]

[Abraham Lincoln, first portrait with a full beard]

Oliver T. Beard and C. W. Godard to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 03, 1864 (Recommendation)

[President Abraham Lincoln, with beard; half-length portrait, seated profile]

Lessons for the uninitiated - pickpockets at work on the city railroad cars, New York / F. Beard del.

Flaw in the title / painted by W.H. Beard ; engraved by Saml. Holyer [sic].

"Flaw in the title" / painted by William H. Beard ; engraved by Samuel Hollyer

A surprise party / W.H. Beard 1872.

The aesthetic monkey / engraved, by permission, from the picture by W.H. Beard, in the possession of Mr. Hugh Auchinclos.

Hush money--or money for the sewer / Frank Beard.

Have we improved upon our manner of celebrating the Fourth? looking south on Broadway from corner of Cortlandt Street, 1834 / / drawn by Dan Beard.

Dan Beard

Erston -- "Blue Beard"

Dan Beard

Dan C. Beard

[President Abraham Lincoln, bust portrait with beard]

E.T. Seton, Baden-Powell, and D.C. Beard

E.T. Seton, Baden-Powell, D.C. Beard

E.T. Seton, Baden-Powell, and D.C. Beard

"I never liked a nigger with a beard"

Anna V. Beard

Dan Beard

Chas. A. Beard

Chas. A. Beard

Capt. Cornelius Beard

Marie and Albert Kawalski. 615 S. Band St., Baltimore, Md. Albert is 10 and Marie 11 years old. They worked, with mother, last winter, shucking oysters for Varn & Beard Packing Co., Young Island, S.C. (near Charleston). Mrs. Kawalski did not have things represented to her correctly and she found that all the children that had fare paid were compelled to work for the company. Other smaller children worked some and went to school some. Maire and Albert have worked several summers in the berry, beans and tomato fields packing houses near Baltimore. (see my report, July 10, for further [particulars]). Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Marie Wagner, Mrs. Beard

Orthodox Jew - beard

Open air meeting at Washington, D.C. March 1913, calling upon Congress to pass the national woman suffrage amendment. Mrs. Mary Beard, wife of Professor Charles Beard of Columbia University, and a member of the Executive Committee of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, is speaking.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE, MRS. MARY BEARD; OPEN AIR MEETING

Mrs. Mary Beard of New York is a member of the Executive Committee of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Mrs. Beard is the wife of Professor Charles Beard of Columbia University and is joint author with him of his recent book on American Political History.

NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD. FRONT: F.J. SPRAGUE; UNIDENTIFIED; MILLER R. HUTCHISON; THOMAS A.EDISON; DANIELS; F.D. ROOSEVELT. 2ND ROW, ONLY 3, STANDING ON 2ND STEP: H.E. COFFIN; UNIDENT.; PETER COOPER HEWITT. 3RD ROW: E.S. WEBSTER OF MASSACHUSETTS; UNIDENT. WITH BEARD; UNIDENT. IN LIGHT SUIT; THOMAS ROBBINS

[Charles A. Beard, half-length portrait]

Gen. Obregón (wearing beard) addresses great crowd in Mexico City

Portrait paintings. Half-length painting of man with small beard

[Comedian with small beard, wearing top hat and bowtie, half lgth., facing front]

Chas. A. Beard to help restore Tokyo

[Man with beard standing in doorway]

Careers ahead / Beard.

Concentrated wealth on increase. Washington D.C. Concentration of wealth in the control of a few corporations has increased since 1931. Dr. Charles A. Beard, (right) told the Senate Judiciary subcommittee today. Dr. Beard, noted political scientist and economist, was testifying in defense of the O'Mahoney Corporation Licensing Bill, which, if passed, will require corporations dealing in interstate commerce to comply with specified standards to aqcuire a federal license. Senator Joseph O'Mahoney, author of the bill and Chairman of the Committee, is on the left

President decorates Duchess County scout. July 7. After leaving the all-state game today President Roosevelt motored to the National Jamboree of the Boy Scouts where he visited the camp of the Duchess County, NY. scouts. He is shown pinning the award of Eagle Scout on Frankly. St. John, Troop #7, of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. In the car with the Chief Executive are James L. West, (center) Chief Scout Executive; and Dan Beard, oldest member of the scouts, 7/7/37

Hull-House community workshop Register now : Free classes in painting, sculpture, pottery, weaving, poster art / / Beard.

Athletics--WPA recreation project, Dist. No. 2 / Beard.

Doll and buggy parade--WPA recreation project, Dist. No. 2 / Beard.

The drama of the heavens--Adler Planetarium, operated by Chicago Park District / Beard.

Sand modeling for younger children--WPA recreation project, Dist. No. 2 / Beard.

Du Page County soap box derby ... Glen Ellyn, Ill. / Beard.

Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Young Amish man who has not yet let his beard grow according to the custom of his church

Isleta, New Mexico. The depot. Horizontal arms on pole indicate a "red beard," that is a message is to be picked up by the train crew of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad

[ Gerry Mulligan without beard]

Concentrated wealth on increase. Washington D.C. Concentration of wealth in the control of a few corporations has increased since 1931. Dr. Charles A. Beard, (right) told the Senate Judiciary subcommittee today. Dr. Beard, noted political scientist and economist, was testifying in defense of the O'Mahoney Corporation Licensing Bill, which, if passed, will require corporations dealing in interstate commerce to comply with specified standards to aqcuire a federal license. Senator Joseph O'Mahoney, author of the bill and Chairman of the Committee, is on the left

Pershing, Maj. L.A. Beard, Maj. Gen. J.L. Hines, 3/22/25

Boxes placed in Smithsonian in 1881 by telephone inventor opened for first time. Washington, D.C., Oct. Three boxes which Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, and two associates placed in the secret archives of the Smithsonian Institution in 1881 and which have remained [un][?]opened since, were formally opened today in the presence of Bell's two daughters and a group of scientists. The boxes contained among other things the original working model of the first machine ever to record on wax and reproduce the Human voice. In the photograph, left to right: Mrs. David Fairchild, daughter of the inventor; Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor, another daughter; Alexander Graham Bell, great-grandson of Bell; T.H. Beard, Director or Research of the Dictaphone Co.; Dr. Charles Abbot, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution; and H.W. Dorsey, also of the Smithsonian. 10/27/37

Hiking--WPA recreation project, Dist. No. 2 / Beard.

Field day--WPA recreation project, Dist. No. 2 / Beard.

Beard trimming chart

Beard trimming chart

Old Carr Bridge, Spanning Beard Creek, Hillsboro, Hillsborough County, NH

Old Carr Bridge, Spanning Beard Creek, Hillsboro, Hillsborough County, NH

Old Carr Bridge, Spanning Beard Creek, Hillsboro, Hillsborough County, NH

Old Carr Bridge, Spanning Beard Creek, Hillsboro, Hillsborough County, NH

Old Carr Bridge, Spanning Beard Creek, Hillsboro, Hillsborough County, NH

Old Carr Bridge, Spanning Beard Creek, Hillsboro, Hillsborough County, NH

Barbe Bleue (Blue Beard)

Barbe Bleue (Blue Beard)

Barbe Bleue (Blue Beard)

Barbe Bleue (Blue Beard)

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

Beard Tavern, 2805 East Market Street, York, York County, PA

[Unidentified man, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to the right, head slightly to the left, with spectacles and full beard]

[Unidentified man, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to the right, head slightly to the left, with spectacles and full beard]

Eleazar Wheelock Ripley to William C. Beard, July 9, 1819

Eleazar Wheelock Ripley to William C. Beard, July 9, 1819

Eleazar Wheelock Ripley to William C. Beard, July 9, 1819