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[Trophies and ceremonies after a victory]

Ceremonies used when killing enemies and eating these. Methods of killing and treating the enemy [by nude Indians]

To President Andrew Johnson. Whereas, Andrew Johnson, President of the United States ... have recently left Washington for the City of Chicago, to participate in the ceremonies of laying the corner stone of the monument to America's favorite son

[Dedication ceremonies at the Soldiers' National Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania]

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 14th, 1865. Awaiting the arrival of Gen. Anderson and the invited guests

Programme [sic] of funeral ceremonies! In honor of Pres't Lincoln. To be held in the rotunda of the Capitol! On Thursday, May 4th, 1865, at 3 o'clock P. M.

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 14th, 1865, during the ceremonies of raising the old flag

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 14th, 1865, during the ceremony of raising the old flag

Egypt--the religious ceremonies preliminary to the inauguration of the Suez Canal, at Port Said ; Egypt--arrival at the station of El-Guishr, Suez Canal, of the steamship L'Aigle, with the Empress Eugenie

The late Senator Sumner. Ceremonies in the Capitol -- colored people of Washington, headed by Frederick Douglass, viewing the remains / Sketched by Joseph Becker.

Philadelphia, Pa. - Ceremonies in front of Independence Hall, Chestnut Street, at the opening of the centennial year - Mayor Stokley raising the old colonial flag

The United States centennial commission and the Centennial board of finance respectfully invite you to be present at the closing ceremonies of the International exhibition of 1876, on the 10tn of November, at Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. To ___

[Crowd in front of building at the opening ceremonies of the centennial in Philadelphia, 1876. Band playing Wagner's Centennial March]

The pleasure of your company is requested at the ceremonies to be held in Yorktown commencing the 18th of October 1881.

[Invitation to be present at the ceremonies attending the reinterment of the remains of John Howard Payne at Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington, D. C] [Washington, D. C. 1883].

Initiation ceremonies of the darktown lodge - part second: the candidate charging the grand boss

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Neby Mousa [i.e., Nebi Musa] procession

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Village oven

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Feast of Tabernacles [Sukkot]. Jews of Bokhara [i.e. Bukhara]

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. "Two women at the mill"

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Samaritan high priest

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Christmas Day, Bethlehem

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Bethlehemite

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Bedouin women

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Bethlehem woman

Costumes, characters and ceremonies. Case of old Samaritan scroll

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Woman going to market

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Harvesting

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Pilgrims immersing in the Jordan

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Measuring wheat

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Lepers

Costumes, characers and ceremonies, etc. Jews of Jerusalem

The bridegroom and master of ceremonies - a wedding at Ramallah, Palestine

Roland Morris & Master of Ceremonies at Palace, Tokyo

President's address - Rochambeau ceremonies

[Theodore Roosevelt giving address - Rochambeau ceremonies no. 1]

Pres. Roosevelt at the dedication ceremonies, St. Louis Exposition /

Opening ceremonies of the World's Fair, Grand Plaza, St. Louis, Apr. 30, 1904

M. Michel Lagrave French Commissioner General speaking for foreign exhibitors opening ceremonies, World's Fair, St. Louis, Apr. 30, 1904

Ceremonies at laying corner stone D.A.R. Hall

Chorus of the West singing "America" at opening ceremonies, accompanied by Sousa's band, World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904

Opening ceremonies, St. Louis exposition /

West Point cadets on plaza before House wing of the Capitol, prior to the inauguration ceremonies, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1905

Coronation ceremonies at Suva - delivering King Edward's message, Fiji Islands

[Opening ceremonies of the U.S. 59th Congress, 2nd session, 1906, with Speaker Joseph Cannon presiding]

The "meke" or national dance, a part of all great Fiji ceremonies, Fiji Islands

Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria greeted by his people /

[Ceremonies, possibly on the Fourth of July, at an Elks Club; band and crowd on street; Troy, N.Y.?]

Sofia - Crown Prince Boris' 21st B-day ceremonies, 2/2/12

Committeemen, officials and guests of the notification ceremonies at Gov. Marshals [sic] home, Aug. 20, 1912, Indianapolis, Ind.

ALL SOULS CHURCH. CEREMONIES AT LAYING OF A CORNERSTONE AT 16TH AND R. CHURCH NOT BUILT THERE, LATER BUILT AT 16TH AND HARVARD ST. DIAG. 2ND AND 3RD FROM LEFT, BERNARD R. GREEN OF LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, AND GEN. A.W. GRELEY; PRESIDENT TAFT; STANDING: SEN. DUNCAN V. FLETCHER; GRAND LODGE OF MASONS

ALL SOULS CHURCH. CEREMONIES AT LAYING OF A CORNERSTONE AT 16TH AND R. CHURCH NOT BUILT THERE, LATER BUILT AT 16TH AND HARVARD ST. SEATED AT RIGHT OF POLE: GEN. WOODHULL; MYRON M. PARKER, PAST GRAND MASTER; BERNARD R. GREEN. STANDING: PRESIDENT TAFT AND THE PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN UNITARIAN

ALL SOULS CHURCH. CEREMONIES AT LAYING OF A CORNERSTONE AT 16TH AND R. CHURCH NOT BUILT THERE, LATER BUILT AT 16TH AND HARVARD ST. FRONT, 3RD FROM LEFT, SAMUEL R. BOND, 5TH FROM LEFT, PRESIDENT TAFT

Invitation and program. Ceremonies in recognition of the completion of the inclosing of the east corner milestone of the District of Columbia also in commemoration of the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the laying of the first corner

SHADOW LAWN, NJ. SUMMER WHITE HOUSE. NOTIFICATION CEREMONIES. SEN. OLLIE JAMES, RIGHT

SHADOW LAWN, NJ. SUMMER WHITE HOUSE. NOTIFICATION CEREMONIES. STEPS

SHADOW LAWN, NJ. SUMMER WHITE HOUSE. NOTIFICATION CEREMONIES. GROUP OF PORTICO: UNIDENT.; TUMULTY; HOMER S. CUMMINGS; VANCE McCORMICK OF PA; HENRY MORGANTHAU; GOV. FIELDER OF NJ.; SEN. MARCUS COOLIDGE OF MA.; UNIDENT.

SHADOW LAWN, NJ. SUMMER WHITE HOUSE. NOTIFICATION CEREMONIES. CROWD ON LAWN

SHADOW LAWN, NJ. SUMMER WHITE HOUSE. NOTIFICATION CEREMONIES. CROWD ON LAWN

Map of the city of Washington, inaugural ceremonies, March 5th, 1917.

This is a typical gown for attendants as marriage ceremonies in Transylvania. The children in the photo are war orphans being cared for by the American Red Cross. They are persona grate at all ceremonies

The People's Feast. Coronation Ceremonies, Moscow, Russia

Foch, ceremonies Lafayette statue, 11/22/21

[Overhead view of ceremonies at the burial of the unknown soldier in Arlington National Cemetery]

Officers of the National Woman's Party meeting in Washington to complete the plans for the dedication ceremonies on May 21st of the Party's new national headquarters opposite the Capitol. Alice Paul, New Jersey, vice president, Miss Sue White, Tennessee Chairman, Mrs. Florence Boeckel, executive committee, Miss Mary Winsor, member of the Council, Miss Anita Pollitzer, South Carolina, legislative secretary, Sophie Meredith, Virginia chairman, and Mrs. Richard [Wainwright], District of Columbia, member of the Council.

President Harding snaped [i.e., snapped] at the dedication ceremonies of the Lincoln Memorial today

[National Woman's Party members standing in line with banners during the dedication ceremonies for the Alva E. Belmont House, 1922.]

[Three National Woman's Party members with "Wage Earners" banner during the dedication ceremonies for the Alva E. Belmont House, 1922.]

[National Woman's Party members walking with banners during the dedication ceremonies for the Alva E. Belmont House, 1922.]

[National Woman's Party members gathered outside with banners during the dedication ceremonies for the Alva E. Belmont House, 1922.]

Telephones are numerous and good service is rendered The caliph comes from prayer. The Selamlik is one of the interesting ceremonies of the city. Each Friday the caliph goes to prayer in a different mosque, the name of which is announced the day before.

[President Harding's funeral; President and Mrs. Coolidge leaving the Capitol after the ceremonies, Aug. 1923]

Harding memorial ceremonies, [2/27/24]

Harding memorial ceremonies, [2/27/24]

Harding memorial ceremonies, [2/27/24]

Harding memorial ceremonies, [2/27/24]

[Harding memorial ceremonies in the House of Representatives]

Anniversary ceremonies at statue of Nathaniel Greene, [8/7/24]

[Harding memorial ceremonies in the House of Representatives, with President Coolidge seated in the front row, center, with Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon seated on his right, and William H. Taft on his left]

Harding memorial ceremonies, [2/27/24]

Ceremonies at Rochambeau statue

Harding memorial ceremonies, [2/27/24]

Harding memorial ceremonies, [2/27/24]

Anniversary ceremonies at statue of Nathaniel Greene, [8/7/24]

Harding memorial ceremonies, [2/27/24]

Opening ceremonies at Yankee Stadium, 1925

Opening ceremonies at Yankee Stadium, 1925

[President Coolidge three-quarter length portrait, standing at podium, facing slightly left, at Decoration Day ceremonies, Arlington]

Ceremonies at Wash. Circle, [2/22/26]

Secretary of Navy is presented with "Buddy Poppy" anchor by Veterans of Foreign Wars. The Secretary of the Navy, Curtis D. Wilbur, was presented with a floral Poppy Anchor at the Navy Department in Washington today by Theodore Stitt, Commander-in-Chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The Secretary of the Navy is presented with this Anchor each year by the Veterans as a tribute to the services of the veterans of the Navy who lost their lives during our Nation's wars. On Memorial Day the anchor will be cast on the waters of the Potomac River with impressive ceremonies

Opening ceremonies of the House of Representatives, Capitol Building, Washington, D.C.

The last of the old guard. These confederate veterans assisted in the welcoming ceremonies for President Hoover at Madison, Virginia, Saturday morning, Aug. 17. They are the remaining few from the surrendering country and wished to add their thanks for Hoover's selection for a summer playground

[T.D. Dutton and J.J. Boone, radio broadcasters of the American Telephone and Telegraph Co., testing the installation for broadcasting the inaugural ceremonies]

D.A.R. of Virginia pay tribute to Unknown Soldier of Revolutionary War. Appropriate ceremonies were held today at the tomb of the unknown soldier of the American Revolution in the graveyard of the Old Presbyterian Meeting House in Alexandria, Va., by the Virginia members of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who are holding their thirty-third state conference in the old meeting house. In the photo, left to right, (center) Amonett Gordon of the Children of the American Revolution, who placed wreath; Miss Nathaniel Beaman, Virginia state [...]; and Mrs. Eleanor Washington Howard, last surviving descendant of George Washington who was born at Mr. Vernon

Gavel used George Washington in laying corner-stone of U.S. Capitol again serves in dedication of dtone at Washington Cathedral. Using the famous Washington gavel, which served at the laying of the cornerstone of the United States Capitol, the Right Rev. James E. Freeman, Bishop of Washington, dedicates a memorial stone contributed to Washington Cathedral by the Potomac Kasonic Lodge of Georgetown, the oldest Masonic Lodge in the country. Members of the fraterna' order attended in regalia as the ceremonies were a feature of the lodge's commemoration of the 140th anniversary of its founding

Polish Minister and party fly to Savannah, GA., to honor Gen. Pulaski on 150th anniversary of death. The Polish Minister to the United States, Hon. Tytus Filipowicz and the American Minister to Poland John B. Stetson, with a party of friends left Washington by plane today for Savannah, GA., to attend ceremonies commemorating the 150th anniversary of the death of Brig. Gen. Casimir Pulaski, hero of the siege of Savannah. In the photograph, left to right: Commander Louis Sable, French Naval Attache; Colonel Laborski; Polish Minister Filipowicz; Viktor Padoski, first secretary of Polish Legation; Waclaw Sicrosjowski, Polish author; and John B. Stotson, American Minister to Poland

Secretary of Treasury Mellon pays honor to Uncle Sam's first Secretary of Treasury. Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon placing a wreath at the base of the statue of Alexander Hamilton to celebrate the 172nd anniversary of the birth of the first Secretary of the Treasury of the United States. The statue stands on the south portico of the Treasury Building and the ceremonies today were held under the auspices of the Sons of the Revolution

Radio City Music Hall Opens With Gala Ceremonies

View of dedication of New Post Office Department. A general view showing the crowds that gathered in the court yard of the new Post Office Department building at the dedication ceremonies. Diplomats and those high in governmental life were present. Postmaster General James Farley was the principal speaker. Speaker for the House Rainey also spoke as did Rep. James M. Mead of N.Y. and Rep. Kenneth McKellar of Tennessee, 6/11/34

PRESIDENT AT SOLDIER'S TOMB IN ARLINGTON. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ATTENDED THE ARMISTICE DAY CEREMONIES AT THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER OF THE WORLD WAR

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