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Claude Perrault de l'Accademie Royalle des Siences / Vercelin, pinxit ; G. Edelinck, sculp.

Claude Fleury / Roussel pinx. ; D. Sornique sculp.

A map of the Province of New-York reduc'd from the large drawing of that Province, compiled from actual surveys by order of His Excellency William Tryon, Esqr., Captain General & Governor of the same, by Claude Joseph Sauthier; to which is added New Jersey.

A map of the inhabited part of Canada ... with the frontiers of New York and New England ... by Claude Joseph Sauthier / engraved by Wm. Faden, 1777.

L'Empereur Claude / dessiné par Vanderwal ; gravé par J.J. Avril.

Claude Chappe né en 1765, inventé le télégraphe en 1791, meurt en 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Antoine Louis Claude Destutt de Tracy, February 14, 1806

Graham White [i.e., Claude Grahame-White] in Harmon Aero

Graham White [i.e., Claude Grahame-White], Eleanor Sears

[Grahame-White, Claude]

Graham White's [i.e., Claude Grahame-White's] aeroplane

Latham, Graham White [i.e., Claude Grahame-White]

Claude King as Lubin (Asquith)

Claude R. Porter

Claude Swanson, cameo portrait

Claude Grahame-White

Claude McRay [sic] and Baroness Von Freytag-Loringhoven

Claude Augustus Swanson

BIRDSEYE, CLAUDE COLONEL

PORTER, CLAUDE R.

SWANSON, CLAUDE, MRS.

SWANSON, CLAUDE. HONORABLE

BIRDSEYE, CLAUDE COLONEL

WEAVER, CLAUDE. REPRESENTATIVE

SWANSON, CLAUDE. HONORABLE

[Claude Debussy, half-length portrait, seated, facing left] / portrait by J.E. Blanche ; photo by Em. Crevaux, Paris.

Claude Kitchen of N.C.

Claude N. Bennett

Claude L'Engle - Fla.

Claude Weaver, Okl.

KITCHIN, CLAUDE, REPRESENTATIVE

Claude Kitcain

Claude R. Porter

GRAHAME-WHITE, CLAUDE. FIXING WING OF HIS FORMAN PLANE

Claude Graham White [i.e. Grahame-White] flying his Farman biplane along W. Executive Ave., Washington, D.C., Oct. 14, 1910

[Claude Hendrix, Pittsburg NL, at Polo Grounds, NY (baseball)]

Lewis and Claude have been sweeping and spinning in a S.C. mill several months. Could not write their own names, Stunted and immature apparently below 12 yrs. Location: [South Carolina]

[Claude Swanson]

[Claude Swanson]

WEAVER, CLAUDE. MEMBER OF CONGRESS

KITCHIN, CLAUDE. REP. FROM NORTH CAROLINA

KITCHIN, CLAUDE. REP. FROM NORTH CAROLINA

WEAVER, CLAUDE. MEMBER OF CONGRESS

[Claude Swanson?]

HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMM.: GREEN, WILLIAM R., REP. FROM IA; SABATH, ADOLPH J., REP. FR. ILL.; RAINEY, HENRY T., REP. FR. ILL.; OLDFIELD, WILLIAM A., REP. FR. ARK.; McGILLICUDDY, DANIEL J., REP. FR. ME; KITCHIN, CLAUDE, REP. FROM N.C.; HELVERING, GUY T., REP. FR. KS; DIXON, LINCOLN, REP. FR. IND.; DICKINSON, CLEMENT, REP. FR. MO; CRISP, CHARLES, REP. FR. GA.; CONRY, MICHAEL, REP. FR. NY; COLLIER, JAMES, REP. FR. MISS.; CASEY, JOHN, REP. FR. PA.; CAMPBELL, PHILIP P., REP. FR. KS; HULL CORDELL, REP. FR. TN

KITCHIN, CLAUDE. REP. FROM NORTH CAROLINA

KITCHIN, CLAUDE. REP. FROM NORTH CAROLINA

Claude Benedict

Lord Claude [i.e. Claud] Hamilton

[Group: Carter Glass, Claude Swanson at left]

Claude Debussy

[Claude "Lefty" Williams, Chicago AL (baseball)]

J.C. Freund, Mrs. K.D. Wiggin, Mrs. D.A. Campbell, Mrs. H. Mansfield, Mrs. G.B. Carpenter, Percy Mackaye, W.J. McCoy, Claude Bragdon, A. Farwell

Claude advanced with his bride clinging to him, the little girls forming in couples

[Claude Hendrix, Chicago NL (baseball)]

[Claude "Lefty" Williams, Chicago AL (baseball)]

[Sen. Claude A. Swanson and Ray Baker standing on sidewalk and talking]

Claude A. Swanson of Va.

Mrs. Randolph Minor, Madam Poulo Goday, Mrs. Claude Mayo

Sen. Claude A. Swanson of Va.

Pres. Coolidge with the cup which he had donated to be contested for annually by the enlisted men of the Army and Navy in a football contest. First game played Nov. 22, 1924. All games to be played in Wash. Left to right: Major Paul W. Baade, Army Athletic Officer; Staff Sgt. Harry O. Troupe; Pres. Coolidge; Coxwain Claude A. Ezell, U.S. Navy, and Lt. Commander H. Bryan, Navy Athletic Officer [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Senator Claude A. Swanson, [12/17/25]

[Claude Swanson, right. U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

[Claude Swanson, Calvin Coolidge and group at waterfront]

[Group; includes Claude Swanson, right]

President Coolidge signs Kellogg Treaty. President Coolidge today formally signed the document of ratification of the Kellogg treaty before a distinguished gathering in the east room of the White House, including Vice President Dawes, members of the Cabinet and members of the Senate and House. In the front row, left to right: Vice President Dawes; President Coolidge; Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg; Secretary of the Treasury Mellon; and Secretary of War Davis. in the back row, left to right: Senator William E. Borah; Senator Claude A. Swanson; Senator Thomas F. Walsh; Vice President-elect Charles Curtis; and Senator D.O. Hastings

Given luncheon at Capitol. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today tendered a luncheon to General Jan Christian Smuts, former premier of South Africa. Seated in the center of the group: Senator Claude A. Swanson, General Smuts, Eric H. Low, South African Minister to the United States, Senator Rey Pittman and Philip C, Nash, Director of the League of Nations Association

Mrs. Hoover guest of senatorial ladies. One of the outstanding social affairs of the Capital this week was the Senate Ladies Luncheon, at which Mrs. Hoover was the guest of honor. In the photograph, left to right; Mrs. Claude Swan

Meeting of commission to study methods of removing profits from war. The commission, recently created by Congress, to study methods fro removing profits from war, and for effecting an equitable distribution of the burdens of war, held its first meeting today in the office of the Secretary of War, Patrick J. Hurley. Secretary Hurley was elected chairman; Senator Davis A. Reed, Vice Chairman; and Rep. Lindley H.Hadley, Secretary. In the photograph, left to right: Rep. John J. McSwain, South Carolina; Rep. William P. Holaday, Illinois; Rep. Lindley H. Hadley, Washington; Secretary of War, Patrick J. Hurley; Senator Claude A. Swanson, Virginia; Senator Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas; and Rep. Ross A. Collins, Mississippi

[Group; Claude Swanson, 2nd from left and Daniel C. Roper, 2nd from right]

[Claude Swanson at desk]

[Group; included Claude Swanson and Daniel C. Roper]

[Claude Swanson, left. White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Claude Swanson, right]

[Claude Swanson]

SOUND LIKE THE BYRD TO SISTIE AND BUZZIE. BUZZIE AND SISTIE DALL, SON AND DAUGHTER OF MRS. ANNA DALL BOETTIGER, DAUGHTER OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, CLOSE THEIR EARS AS NAVAL GUNS ROAR SALUTE AFTER SALUTE IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, SECRETARY CLAUDE SWANSON, THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE AND ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD, WHO RETURNS TODAY FROM LITTLE AMERICA. A TOTAL OF 110 GUNS WERE FIRED IN THE SALUTE

Ad. Wm. Standley U.S.N. Sec. Claude Swanson

Sec. Claude Swanson

Wash. D.C. First bird book., Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor, President of the National Geographic Society, left, presents to Secretary Claude A. Swanson a special copy of "Discovery" by Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, writing of his second South Polar expedition. 11/22/35

[Claude Swanson, right]

PRESIDENT AT UNKNOWN SOLDIER'S TOMB. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAS THE PRINCIPAL FIGURE AT THE ARMISTICE DAY CEREMONIES AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY AND THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER. IN THE BACKGROUND CAN BE SEEN MRS. ROOSEVELT; SECRETARY OF NAVY CLAUDE SWANSON; ACTING SECRETARY OF WAR HARRY WOODRING. TO THE RIGHT IS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT BETWEEN HIS NAVAL AIDE, CAPT. WILSON BROWN, AND HIS MILITARY AIDE, COL. WATSON

[Claude Swanson, 2nd from right]

Good for the disposition. The remark which caused the hearty laughter of Sir Ronald Lindsay, left, Ambassador from England, and Secretary of Navy Claude Swanson may have been almost anything. It was a stag affair, a luncheon given by the Secretary for Vice Admiral Matthew R. Best of the Royal Navy. 11/1/35

Vice Admiral Sir Matthew R. Best, Commander-in-Chief of the American and West Indian stations of the Royal Navy, left, meets Secretary Claude Swanson. Admiral Best is visiting in Washington for a few days. 11/2/35

Champion mustaches. Sir Ronald Lindsay, left, Ambassador from England, and Secretary Claude Swanson sport the most outstanding mustaches in official Washington. It is not often that an opportunity for comparison occurs. This occasion was the luncheon given by the Secretary for the visiting Vice Admiral Sir Matthew R. Best of the Royal Navy. 11/1/35

[Claude Swanson]

[Claude Swanson, right]

Sec. Claude Swanson, L., with Naval aide

PRESIDENT AWARDS SAFE FLYING TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, AWARDS THE HERBERT SCHIFF TROPHY FOR SAFE FLYING TO LT. PHIL L. HAYNES, COMMANDER OF TRAINING SQUADRON NO. 2 AT THE NAVAL AIR STATION AT PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. T. HAYNES, LEFT, SEC. CLAUDE SWANSON, CENTER, AND SCHIFF STANDS BEHIND THE PRESIDENT

Ready forarms parley. Admiral William H. Standley, chief of Naval Operations, seated at left, confers with technical advisors appointed by Secretary Claude Swanson to go with the Admiral to the London Naval Conference where Admiral Standley will be one of the U.S. delegates. Seated beside the delegate is Capt. R. E. Ingersoll. Standing are Commander Roscoe E. Schuirmann, left, and Lieut. A. Del. Ayrault, Jr., 11/21/35

Mrs. Swanson helps Red Cross on bandages. Mrs. Albert T. Niblack, standing, instructs Mrs. Claude Swanson, wife of the Secretary of Navy, in the art of making bandages. Mrs. Niblack is in charge of this work for the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C. The Red Cross has been supplying materials, funds, and assistance to Ethiopia to help care for the wounded from the battlefields where Italian troops are invading their country, 11/5/35

At Navy luncheon. Secretary Claude Swanson, center, gives a stag luncheon in honor of Vice Admiral Sir Matthew R. Best, Royal Navy. From the Left: Sir Ronald Lindsay, Ambassador from England; Secretary Swanson, and Vice Admiral Best, the Vice Admiral is commander-in-chief of the British Navy in the American and West Indian stations. He visited Washington aboard his flagship H.M.S. York. 11/1/35

CHIEF EXECUTIVE ARRIVES AT ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 11. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH GENERAL JOHN J. PERSHING AND SECRETARY OF THE NAVY CLAUDE A SWANSON AS THEY ARRIVED AT ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY TODAY TO HONOR AMERICA'S UNKNOWN SOLDIER IN OBSERVANCE OF ARMISTICE DAY. GENERAL PERSHING PLACED THE PRESIDENTIAL WREATH AT THE TOMB

[Claude Swanson]

A.F. of L. hearing, Washington, D.C. Oct. 14. Bert Swain (left) and Claude O. Reilly, representing the Seattle Trade Union Council, testified before the Executive Committee of the American Federation of Labor today on the Seattle Post-Intelligence strike. After the evidence is in the A.F. of L. will endeavor to settle the dispute in a manner agreeable to both sides

Mrs. Claude Pepper

Mrs. Claude Swanson and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson

Sec. of Navy Claude Swanson

Claude Debussy

Navy secretary presents medal to Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd. Washington, D.C., Oct. 15. Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, U.S.N. Retired, and members of his second Antarctic Expedition were presented with silver medals today by Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson. Congress authorized the award of the medals on June 2, 1936. In the photograph, left to right: Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Rear Admiral William H. Leahy, Chief of Naval Operations, Secretary Swanson, and William C. Haines, U.S. Weather Bureau Meteorologist and a member of the expedition. 10/15/37