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[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and derby hat with sword]

House of Commons. March 24th, 1868. My dear Mr. Field, A few nights ago I spoke to Lord Stanley about Lord Derby's letter to you ... John Bright.

The undersigned, having unusual facilities for collecting over-due claims, respectfully offer their services for obtaining payment of accounts, notes, and all forms of indebtedness, upon which legal services are necessary ... Derby & Williamson,

Birmingham, Conn.

The crew of the derby hat

Going to the Derby

Derby, Shelton, and East Derby, Conn., 1898.

Free harbor jubilee, Los Angeles and San Pedro. April 26 and 27 1899 / J.F. Derby.

Lord Derby

[Soap box derby]

Finish of the one mile race, Derby Day 1901, Louisville, Ky.

Gov. Beckham and party at the races, Derby Day, Louisville, Ky.

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. A scene in the coal mining town on the occasion of a visit by John Mitchell, labor leader. He is shown riding in a four-horse carriage, the driver of which is wearing a derby hat. Two-horse carriages follow. Above the street is a banner reading "Welcome to our National Pres. Jno. Mitchell"

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. John Mitchell, President of the UMWA (United Mine Workers of America), arriving in the coal town. His open four-horse carriage is surrounded by a crowd of boys. The driver of the high front seat is wearing a derby hat

The great American derby. Chicago, June 18, 1904

The Great American Derby, Chicago, June 18, 1904.

Allan Winter, winner, "American Trotting Derby", 1908, Readville

Before the derby, Readville

Lord Derby inspecting Dockers' Battalion

[Patrick Joseph "Patsy" Donovan, Boston Red Sox baseball manager, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing coat and derby]

Earl of Derby

Lord Derby

[Derby House, 168 Derby Street, Salem, Mass.]

Lord Derby

[Matthew R. Denver, representative from Ohio, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing left, wearing derby and coat]

3 questions to employers [...] More men are wanted to-day. What can you do? / printed by Bemrose & Sons Ltd., London and Derby.

Lord Derby

Stand not upon the order of your going, but go at once. Shakespeare, Macbeth 3-4. Enlist now / printed by Bemrose & Sons Ltd., London and Derby.

4 questions to men who have not enlisted. [...] Enlist to-day / printed by Bemrose & Sons Ltd., Derby and London.

To the women of Britain. [...] Won't you help and send a man to join the army to-day? / printed by Bemrose & Sons Ltd., London and Derby.

Jimmy. "Pink, would you go down to Schmidts the Hatters' and bring me my new derby hat?"

Cynllun arglwydd derby. Cyfundrefn yr adrannau / printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London.

[Motion picture still showing man wearing derby and holding hand of boy wearing cutoff trousers.]

[Richard Derby, Archie Roosevelt in front, Eleanor and Kermit Roosevelt, full-length portrait, sitting, facing front, the men in military uniform]

City of Derby, Connecticut.

Al Smith is given warm greeting by Navy [...] when he calls on Secretary of Navy Adams. Work was practically at a standstill today at the Navy Department in Washington when former Governor Al Smith called on Secretary of the Navy Charles Francis Adams, asking the advice of Navy Engineers in the construction of mooring mast on new Empire State Building in New York. The Happy Warrior is shown besieged by admirers as he left the Navy Building after the conference with the secretary. In the right foreground (with derby) is William F. Kenney, who accompanied former Governor Smith to Washington

Going to the post, 1934 Kentucky Derby

1937 Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ky.

Ready for the gun. Washington, D.C. April 2. Clear weather and a fast track prevailed today as the first annual waitresses derby got under way in the capital. There was no age or weight limit for the starters who carried cocktail setups instead of the usual heavy dinner ware.

Farm auction, Derby, Conn

Farm auction, Derby, Conn.

Farm auction, Derby, Conn.

Farm auction, Derby, Conn.

Farm auction, Derby, Conn

Farm auction, Derby, Conn

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

Women wait while their husbands bid at the auction of the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Near Derby, Connecticut

Customers at the auction sale of Mr. Anthony Yacek's farm, taking time out for some lunch. Derby, Connecticut

Auction sale on the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Derby, Connecticut. A pair of harnesses are up for sale

View of Derby, Connecticut from the Ansonia side of the Naugatuck River

At the auction of the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Derby, Connecticut

General view of Shelton, Connecticut, with Derby, Connecticut, in the distance

E.S. Beardsley, auctioneer, at the auction of Anthony Yaceks farm in Derby, Conecticut

Man in derby, Connecticut

Mr. E.S. Beardsley, auctioneer. At the auction of Mr. Anthony Tacek's farm in Derby, Connnecticut

An old couple listening to the auctioneer at the sale of Mr. Anthony Yecek's farm. Derby, Connecticut

Auction sale on the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Derby, Connecticut. A pair of harnesses are up for sale

Mr. E.S. Beardsley, a typical New England auctioneer. A great talker, he is also active in local politics and in church work. At the auction sale of the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Derby, Connecticut

Mr. E.S. Beardsley, a typical New England auctioneer. A great talker, he is also active in local politics and in church work. At the auction sale of the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Derby, Connecticut

Derby Day crowd, Churchill Downs, 1940

At the auction of the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Derby, Connecticut

An old couple listening to the auctioneer at the sale of Mr. Anthony Yecek's farm. Derby, Connecticut

Women wait while their husbands bid at the auction of the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Near Derby, Connecticut

The main street of Derby, Connecticut, decorated for the Christmas season

Customers at the auction sale of Mr. Anthony Yacek's farm, taking time out for some lunch. Derby, Connecticut

Auction sale on the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Derby, Connecticut

Furniture and old dress model auctioned off at the auction of Mr. Anthony Yacek's farm and household goods. Derby, Connecticut

Mr. E.S. Beardsley, a typical New England auctioneer. A great talker, he is active in local politics and in church work. At the auction of Mr. Anthony Yacek's farm. Derby, Connecticut

Mr. E.S. Beardsley, a typical New England auctioneer. A great talker, he is active in local politics and in church work. At the auction of Mr. Anthony Yacek's farm. Derby, Connecticut

Auction sale on the farm of Mr. Anthony Yacek. Derby, Connecticut

The main street of Derby, Connecticut, decorated for the Christmas season

On this side of the river Ansonia, and on the other side Derby. Connecticut

E.S. Beardsley, auctioneer, at the auction of Anthony Yaceks farm in Derby, Conecticut

General view of Derby, Connecticut

Mr. E.S. Beardsley, auctioneer. At the auction of Mr. Anthony Tacek's farm in Derby, Connnecticut

General view of Derby, Connecticut

Derby oil company refinery. Wichita, Kansas

Derby oil company refinery. Wichita, Kansas

Derby oil company refinery. Wichita, Kansas

Derby oil company refinery. Wichita, Kansas

Bookie figuring out bets for Kentucky derby. Warrenton, Virginia.

1941 Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs, Louisville, parading north

Derby oil company refinery. Wichita, Kansas

Derby oil company refinery. Wichita, Kansas

[Portrait of Erskine Butterfield, Brown Derby(?), Washington, D.C., ca. Mar. 1942]

Food in Britain. These British lads from Benrose School, Derby, work thirty-nine hours a week to help in growing sugar beets. In 1942 there were more than 500 schoolboy harvest camps in Britain

[First quarter of 1943 Kentucky Derby from infield]

[Two women's league roller derby skaters leap over two who have fallen] / World-Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

Mrs. Richard Derby (Ethel Roosevelt), residence on Lexington Ave., Oyster Bay. Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt by Burroughs Torrey

Mrs. Richard Derby (Ethel Roosevelt), residence on Lexington Ave., Oyster Bay. Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt by Burroughs Torrey

Mrs. Richard Derby (Ethel Roosevelt), residence on Lexington Ave., Oyster Bay. Portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt and daughter Ethel

Mrs. Richard Derby (Ethel Roosevelt), residence on Lexington Ave., Oyster Bay. Portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt and daughter Ethel

Senator Francis G. Newlands, on the far right, with Representative Franklin W. Mondell of Wyoming, and L.H. Taylor, project engineer for the state of Nevada, standing on the newly completed headworks of Derby Diversion Dam, just after speaking at the dedication of the dam, June 17, 1905

Danny Kaye with the pair of Royal Crown Derby hunting mugs which were presented to him

Die rothe und die weisse Rose eine historische Oper in drey Aufzügen

La vedova del Bengala melodramma semi-serio in due atti : da rappresentarsi nel teatro di Como l'autunno dell'anno 1833

Cachette. Libretto. French

Iroquois winning the derby: Epsom Downs, England. June 1st 1881

The great English derby at Hong Kong--A close finish

Die rothe und die weisse Rose eine historische Oper in drey Aufzügen

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