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[Dancing peasant couple] / AD [monogram].

[The harmonic couple]

[Couple at fair looking at a clown and a bell ringer]

[Unidentified couple, man seated and woman standing]

Portrait photograph of an unidentified couple

[Allegorical illustration of a couple embracing at edge of pond]

[Kalispel couple, full-length portrait, the man standing, the woman seated, facing front, wearing traditional dress]

[Couple seated]

The Tale of a Wedded Life, in Ten Scenes, by Cassius M. Collidge [couple in domestic scenes]: Scene I - Smitten [man looking at woman]

The Tale of a Wedded Life, in Ten Scenes, by Cassius M. Collidge [couple in domestic scenes]: [Cover]

The Tale of a Wedded Life, in Ten Scenes, by Cassius M. Collidge [couple in domestic scenes]: Scene II - Betrothed [woman on man's lap]

The Tale of a Wedded Life, in Ten Scenes, by Cassius M. Collidge [couple in domestic scenes]: Scene III - Married [couple standing]

The Tale of a Wedded Life, in Ten Scenes, by Cassius M. Collidge [couple in domestic scenes]: Scene V - Muscle [couple fighting]

The Tale of a Wedded Life, in Ten Scenes, by Cassius M. Collidge [couple in domestic scenes]: Scene IV - Tongue [couple arguing]

The Tale of a Wedded Life, in Ten Scenes, by Cassius M. Collidge [couple in domestic scenes]: Scene VI - Evenings down Town [man at bar]

Peon couple

[Silhouette of a couple in a horse-drawn carriage]

[Dottie and Lottie. Lottie and Dottie talking by a card table, man talking to woman with dog, and seated couple]

[Old couple looking at telephone while young couple watches]

A merciful man is merciful to his beast : see what can be done in fly time with a couple of pairs of old over-alls and some sticky fly-paper

[Two illustrations, one depicting couple lounging in front of fire place, another depicting Native Americans dancing or performing a ceremony and carrying weapons, one drinks from a bottle]

[Man and couple]

[Sculpture of Roman couple exhibited in Palace of Fine Arts, Paris Exposition, 1889]

Couple and seven children in front of a sod house, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Seated couple]

[Couple on bed closeup holding hands]

[Couple on bed]

Couple and seven children on a farm with sod house in background, southwest Custer County, Nebraska

[Couple on camels in front of the Sphinx and pyramid of Jizah, Egypt]

Portrait photograph of an unidentified couple

Bedouin couple in front of tent, Adwan tribe

[Old African American couple eating at the table by fireplace, rural Virginia]

[Elderly African American couple posed outside of building, near Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va.]

Mesmerist and country couple /

[Horrified onlookers in formal dress view dead woman and smoking gun on floor; vignettes of couple and portrait on left side]

[Vignettes of ballroom scene, stabbing attempt, and a couple]

[Couple at champagne supper]

[Women in ball gowns and men in military uniforms observing embracing couple at foot of staircase]

[Couple looking at stereographs]

[Courting couple spied on by father]

To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Bedouin couple.

A Hawaiian couple making poi

[Scene from stage production of "Uncle Tom's Cabin", 1901]: crowd scene in front of plantation house; Uncle Tom standing between girl in pony cart and couple in carriage

[Couple in a breaking cart] / Edward Penfield.

Couple seated in horse and buggy beside S.W. Thornton's farmhouse southwest of Thornton, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Couple in front of George Fleahearty's two-story frame farmhouse near Buda, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Couple in front of George Fleahearty's two-story frame farmhouse near Buda, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Couple seated in front of the Crispen farmhouse, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

A young married couple of the Bagobos tribe, in the Philippine Village, St. Louis World's Fair

[Couple embracing]

A Couple of mermaids

[Yacht club, Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y. Couple walking on far end of bridge or pier]

Couple seated in a car parked under large pine trees

Photos of 2 full stereos: Top - Man changing tire, as others watch; 2 oxen alongside; Bottom - Couple on horse, with auto broken down behind them

Ainu couple in front of a hut

Ainu couple

[Couple standing near building]

[Couple embracing in library]

[Old couple in a carriage near a log farm building]

[Young couple on rock holding hands, full-lengthportrait]

For a couple of hours, deliberately shelled that work and others in the vicinity

Family of B. A. Tucker, 79 Oregon Street. Father, oldest daughter and two boys work in the Lynchburg Cotton Mills, (Va.) Been there a couple of years. Boys are about twelve years old. Location: Lynchburg, Virginia.

Housing conditions in settlement at Seacoast Cannery #7, Eastport, Me., not very good. This is the home of the Goodell family. They live here all the year in these temporary quarters. The father works in the mill nearby. Four or five of the children are in the canneries. Clarence, 8 years; George, 9 years; Lottie, 12 years; "Makes a couple of dollars some days"; Violet, 15 years, "has made four dollars a day packing at times," (see upper window). Location: Eastport, Maine.

Elderly couple and their automobile "home"

[Couple in automobile fording a river at a low water crossing near a small stone bridge]

[Man in bath with towel looking at robed couple]

[Reproduction of print showing Couple in enclosed garden]

John Aldridge, 14 years old. Father, Hense Aldridge, R. Route 1, Winchester. Driving horse home. Works on tobacco. Expects to start school in "couple of weeks." It is now several weeks after school opened. Division 2, Clark Co., Ky. Location: Clark Co.--Winchester, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

[Seated couple]

[Couple by a house]

[Couple walking in Utopia followed by animals, parrot on perch]

[Couple looking at unfinished house, with wall laths out front]

[Hatted man and letter I ; man with suitcase and letter O ; couple in kitchen ; man by tree gazing towards water]

[Goat eating from family tree, carefree couple with waiter, amusement ride under arbor, workers at loom]

Cedar grove. Cedars of Lebanon. A couple of the great trunks

Portrait photographs. Seated couple, man in uniform

Arlington National Cemetery. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with aged couple through door

After a thrilling chase through the busiest streets of Washington, ... a couple of bootleggers and their car come to grief at the hands of the Capitol police

More awakening of the Turks. New motor fire apparatus to replace the hand pump and runners of ancient times. The first day this was used after the Allied withdrawal, it passed through a couple of houses on a street corner The watch tower of Stamboul. On watch here for fires and enemies ; This boy uses his eyes to wriggle extra "baksheesh" out of his customers.

More awakening of the Turks. New motor fire apparatus to replace the hand pump and runners of ancient times. The first day this was used after the Allied withdrawal, it passed through a couple of houses on a street corner A typical porter or hamal of Constantinople ; Five times daily priests or Hoxhas mount these minarets, appear on the balcony and call in wierd [i.e., weird] the faithful to prayer.

[Dancing couple]

Through the glasses could be seen the shipwrecked couple standing side by side on the strand

Portrait photographs. Two views of a man and one view of an elderly couple

Envoy, formerly Meridian Mansions, 2400 16th St. Couple at table on balcony at Meridian Mansions II

Envoy, formerly Meridian Mansions, 2400 16th St. Couple at table on balcony of Meridian Mansions I

[Royal Japanese couple, Prince and Princess Takamatsu posed with group by cherry blossoms, Tidal Basin, Washington, D.C.]

PRESIDENT AND FAMILY LEAVING UNION STATION. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT LEAVING THE UNION STATION WITH HIS FAMILY AFTER HE WAS GREETED BY A COUPLE OF HUNDRED CONGRESSMEN, WHO CRANED THEIR NECKS AND GAPED JUST LIKE ANY OTHER GUY IN THE STREET. WITH THE PRESIDENT AARE: MRS. CURTIS DALL; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND JAMES ROOSEVELT

Indiana photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Home of prospective client whose property has been optioned by the government, Brown County, Indiana. The elderly couple who occupy this house will be moved to new land when their property has been purchased by the government

Washington couple admitted to practice before US Supreme Court. Washington D.C. The happiest couple in the Capitol today, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Taylor, who was admitted to practice before the United States Court. Mrs. Taylor is a graduate of Washington and does not practice with her husband, who is of George Washington University Law School

A resettled young couple. Douglas County Farmsteads, Nebraska

Interior of plantation house now vacant but for two rooms occupied by an old Negro couple. Negro tenants, Greene County, Georgia

Action in waiter's handicap. Washington, D.C., April 2. A couple of also rans in the first annual waiters race in the capital today. These two oscars were well up with the leaders until reaching the last turn when they attempted the "cutting in" act which disqualified both. A loving cup went to the winner Hellmutt Schoenfeltt, unattached when the rage began but besieged with offers after being declared the winner, 4/2/1937

Mr. and Mrs. John Laberdee, a farm couple whose children have left the submarginal area. Jefferson County, New York

Virginia style ham. [...] did Mrs. Mark Bristol. [...]ze when she baked Virginia style. a couple of hams for friends a few years ago that would eventually develop into a lucrative business for her. The flavor of the hams so intrigued the friends that they passed the word on to others and as a result Mrs. Bristol now bakes thousands of hams every year in her kitchen on fashionable Massachusetts Avenue and ship them to all parts of the world. Even the Duke of Windsor is now one of her best customers. It takes Mrs. Bristol four days to prepare a ham according to her specially formulate recipe. It is first soaked and simmered for days and then while baking, it is sprinkled with cloves, pineapple and basted with sherry, brandy or applejack. The hams are originally obtained from a special farm in Virginia where they have been smoked in the real Dixie manner. Mrs. Bristol frequently inspects the ham while is it in the simmering process. Her Virginia cook and first assistant, Mamie, holds the lid

Farm couple in Williston, North Dakota

White sharecropper couple near Hartwell, Georgia

Young couple moving in at Newport News Homesteads, Virginia

Newly-married Mexican couple, beet workers near Crookston, Minnesota

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph