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[Portraits of Don Quixote de la Mancha and other main characters from the story] / M. Vander Gucht sculp.

[Don Quixote, holding sword and shield and attached to line held by another man, descending into Montesino's Cave]

Don Phillipe V. par la Gracia de Dinos Rey de las Espanas

Don Jumpedo in the character of Harlequin jumping down his own throat / T. F.

De la Punta de Araya y su fondeadero, parte de la costa del E., parte del Golfo de Cariaco, Bahía de Cumana (cituado su castillo segun observzs. astronómicas en la lattd. nte. de 10 gs. 28 ms.), costa de Bordones, Puerto Escondido, costa y puerto de Mochima con sus puntas, bajos, ensenadas y sondas, dado a luz por los pilotos de la Fragta. de S.M. nombrada la Pura y Limpia, concepción y San Marcos que bino a operaciones del Rl. Servicio a esta bajo las ordenes del Gefe de Esquadra Don Joseph Yturriaga, commte. de la espedición secreta, año de 1754 /

Don Bernard de Gálvez colonel des armées de Sa Majesté, intandant & gouverneur général par interim de la province de la Louisianne...

Don Volaseo - the famous Spanish partizan

Be it remembered, that Messrs. Samuel Fowler and Christopher Champlen of Newport, merchants [An insurance agreement to the sum of 800 pounds in merchandise on board the Brigantine Don Galvez, dated Boston January 29, 1784].

Don Dismallo running the literary gantlet

Illustrations of the adventures of the renowned Don Quixote & his doughty squire Sancho Panza

Wake up workingmen. You have repreatedly been told that W. W. Seaton is the Mechanic's friend, and his name has appeared in the papers as the Mechanic's candidate for the mayoralty at the election to be held this day. Don't believe such stuff--h

Don Pedro II, Emporor of Brazil

Carta corográfica de la Republica del Ecuador : delineada en vista de las cartas de Don Pedro maldonado, el Baron de Humboldt Mr. Wisse, la de las sontas de las costas por M.M. Filzroy i H. Kellet i las particulares del autor /

Don C. Buell to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, September 10, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Don C. Buell to George B. McClellan, Sunday, March 09, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Don C. Buell to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 12, 1862 (Telegram acknowledging receipt of Lincoln's instructions)

Don C. Buell to George B. McClellan, Sunday, March 09, 1862 (Telegram requesting funds)

Don Carlos Buell, 1818-1898

Don C. Buell to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 06, 1862 (Acknowledgment)

Don C. Buell to George B. McClellan, Friday, February 28, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Don't unchain the tiger! ... Workingmen! when any man asks you to break the law, and tries to stir up your passions, while he skulks out of sight, you may set him down as your worst enemy ... Don't unchain the tiger! A democratic workingman. New

Don't forget the sabbath

"Don't let us have any more of this nonsense. It is a good trait to stand by one's friends; but -" / Th. Nast.

Don't marry your mother-in-law!

Tilden's "Wolf at the door, gaunt and hungry" - Don't let him in / Th. Nast.

[President Grant and Don Pedro starting the Corliss engine at the centennial, Philadelphia, 1876]

Map of the battlefield of Perryville, Ky. : Major General Don Carlos Buell commanding the U.S. forces, General Braxton Bragg commanding the Confederate forces. October 8th 1862 /

Map of the battlefield of Perryville, Ky : Major General Don Carlos Buell commanding the U.S. forces, General Braxton Bragg commanding the Confederate forces. October 8th 1862 /

Hush, don't make a noise; or, Don't wake the baby

Don't forget the old folks

Puck's advice gratis to some editorial shriekers for Grant Don't forget your "Man on Horseback" - but your man on foot has too many curs at his heels / / J. Keppler.

Don't be deceived by a name. What is the present Democratic party, in the campaign of 1884. Testimony of a distinguished Democrat as to the condition of his party ... Vote for Blain & Logan. Tack this up. [n. p. 1884].

Don't come in the parlor' till the company goes away!

Arbitration is the true balance of power. Puck: "Don't meddle with the hands, gentlemen - this pendulum is the only thing to regulate that clock!" / J. Keppler.

Don't they wish they had never taken hold of it! / J. Keppler.

Post Master General [Don M. Dickinson] and staff

[Don't shoot, boss]

Don M. Dickson - Postmaster General, 1887-1889

On the trail of Don Quixote

Oh don't wait! Don't lose any time! they may be drowning

Don Quichotte, bouffonnerie équestre: Nouveau cirque, 251 rue St. Honoré / / L. Lefèvre, '92.

Don't!! / Dalrymple.

Don't jump! / F.M. Hutchins.

Our Don Quixote / Dalrymple.

[Don Juan Jose Perez Mora, three-quarter-length portrait]

McCormack in "Don Giovanni"

Don Raymon Corral, Vice President of Mexico

Don Carlos, portrait bust

[Detroit Naval Reserves, Don Juan de Austria, Detroit, Mich.]

Don't be mad with me

McCormack in "Don Giovanni"

Don Josef Jaridenes

Don Gelasio Caetani

Don Jaime of Bourbon, in uniform

[Don Julio Cervera, three-quarter length portrait, in uniform, facing front] / Fotografia Alemana.

[Don Sebastian Martinez, full-length portrait]

[Martha Cameron, daughter of Don Cameron, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Don Balthazar Carlos and his dwarf, detail of dwarf

Senor Don Enrique Olava Herrera

[Don Fray Miguel Fernandez, Bishop of Marcopolis, three-quarter-length portrait]

[Infant Don Balthazar Carlos (Diego Velazquez)]

Don't you see that you are making me a great deal of trouble? / from a photo. by Miss Zaida Ben-Yûsuf.

[Don't look, he cried, don't look]

Miss Marie Drofnah as Mariatana in Don Caesar de Bazan

[Senor Don Antonio S. Arriago, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right]

The Hoosier Don Quixote / J.K. after Doré.

Don Juan de Austria, Naval Reserves, state of Mich.

The Hoosier Don Quixote / J.K. after Doré.

Los Padrinos En los Funerales de Don Pedrito

"Don't darken this office door again"

"Don't yer ever git enough, yer durn hog?" / Kep.

"Don't sign that declaration, gentlemen! You'll hurt business!" / Ehrhart with acknowledgements.

"Don't flinch, don't foul, hit the line hard!" / L.M. Glackens.

Don Alejandro Herquenigo & wife

Don Hector Velesquez, Minister, Paraguay

Carrie Blanchard. "Don't know how old I am. Mother can tell. She keeps track of these things. She begins to work in mill tomorrow. 'Speks I'll go to help." (Mother said she was 10 years old). Little sister not at work yet. Witness S.R. Hine. Location: Chester, South Carolina.

Don Luis Terrazas of Mexico

In neighborhood of Maple Mill, Dillon, S.C. Lawrence Faircloth (taller boy) "Don't know how old I am." Been in mill 2 years. Runs 3 sides Albert Bartlett (barefoot) Looked 8 years old. In mill 2 years--Beginning to spin. Runs 2-1/2 sides = 25 cents a day. Bad conditions. Saturday, Dec. 5, 08. Location: Dillon, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

John Lewis (boy with hat) 12 years old. 1 year in mill. Weaver--4 looms. 40 cts. to start, 60 cents a day now. Brother and mother in mill. Morris Small (boy with cap) "Reckon I been in mill 2 yrs. Don't remember." Witness S.R. Hine. Location: Chester, South Carolina.

Senor Don C.A. Meza, Secty. Legation, Salvador

Senor Don Ignacio Calderon of Bolivia

La calavera de Don Juan Tenorio

Senor Don Rafael Zaldwar, Salvador

Leo Franklin, 419 E. 3d St. 12 years of age. Selling papers 2 years. Average earnings 50 cents a day. Selling papers own choice. Earnings not needed at home. Visits saloons. Don't smoke. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine., May, 1910.

Don Carlos E. Restrepo of Colombia

Barney Goldstein, 83 W. 5th St. Newsboy, 10 years of age. Selling newspapers 1 year. Average earnings 50 cents per week. Selling papers own choice. Don't smoke. Visits saloons. Works 5 hours per day. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine., May, 1910.

William Lynch, 11 years of age, and Cornelius Lynch, 9 years of age, 607 ["606" crossed out] E. 6th Street. Newsboys. William has been selling papers 4 years, average earnings 25 cents per week. Sells from choice. Don't smoke. Visits saloons. Works 5 hours a day. Cornelius selling 3 years, average earnings 35 cents a week. Earnings not needed at home. Sells from choice. Don't smoke. Visits saloons. Works 7 hours a day. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

[Harry Silverstein, Newsboy, 703 W. 6th St., 7 years old. Sells papers, (selling 3 months average earnings 25 cents per week). Father working Morocco Mills, earns $18 weekly. Boy's earnings not needed at home. Don't smoke. Visits saloons. Works 8 hours per day. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. ]. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Nardie[?] Diffondall, 328 E. 8th St. 7 years of age. Selling papers 1 year. Average earnings 25 cents per week. Selling newspapers own choice. Don't smoke. Earnings not needed at home. Visits saloons. Works "last paper" scheme. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine., May, 1910.

[Elec. sign "Food Will Win the War, Don't Waste It," 7th & Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.]

Harry Silverstein, Newsboy, 703 W. 6th St., 7 years old. Sells papers, (selling 3 months average earnings 25 cents per week). Father working Morocco Mills, earns $18 weekly. Boy's earnings not needed at home. Don't smoke. Visits saloons. Works 8 hours per day. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Charles Gibbon, Postal Telegraph Messenger. 14 years of age, 2 months in service. Don't smoke. Visits houses of prostitution, works form 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Location: Wilmington, Delaware.

Al. Brown, newsboy, 219 W. 2nd [3rd?] St. 11 years of age. Selling newspaper 3 years. Average earnings 50 cents per week. Father merchant tailor, $26 weekly. Selling papers own choice. Earnings not needed at home. Don't smoke. Visits saloons. Works 7 hours a day. Wants money to spend . Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine., May, 1910.

Walter Ray, 400 Walnut St. 8 years of age. Selling papers 1 year. Average earnings 35 cents per week. Selling papers own choice. Don't smoke. Earnings not needed at home. Visits saloons. Works 5 hours per day. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine., May, 1910.

All these I saw regularly at work during work hours in Richmond Spinning Mills. Tiny girl on left, five years old, is Goldie, who helps her sister, (the girl with hands on her shoulders). She is five years old. When I tried to get a photo of her at work at the machine, the Overseer said, "Don't put her in. A photo of that might get me into a lot of trouble." I said, "But she isn't working, she's only helping." All the same," he replied, "if they caught her in here, they might fine me a hundred dollars." Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Madero's Hdqtrs. (Don Jacobo's Ranch) Comp'y of Insurrectos

All these I saw regularly at work during work hours in Richmond Spinning Mills. Tiny girl on left, five years old, is Goldie, who helps her sister, girl back of her. When I tried to get a photo of her at work at her machine, the Overseer said, "Don't put her in. A photo of that might get me into a lot of trouble." I said, "But she isn't working, she's only helping." All the same" he replied, "if they caught her in here, they might fine me a hundred dollars." Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Don Marquis

Louis Birch, 4th & Pine Sts. Newsboy, 12 years of age. Just started selling. Made 10 cents one day. Father dead. While not under any compulsion to sell papers, Louis, of his own accord, took it up in order to help support his widowed mother. Louis is a brother of Stanley Birch, whose full history is contained in the text of the general report. Louis stays out until 12:30 every night and goes with his brother, Stanley, who is a messenger, on all calls because Stanley is afraid to be out on the street alone at night. Louis is clean, bright and willing. Visits saloons. Don't smoke. Works 9 hours per day. Gives money to mother. , May 1910. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Andy Kormack, 9 years old, and Samuel Kormack, 7 years old, Newsboys. 1712 Church St. Andy been selling papers 2 years. Average earnings 50 cents week. Earnings not needed at home. Sells papers from choice. Don't smoke. Works 6 hours daily. Samuel, selling papers 1 years, average earnings, 50 cents week. Sells from choice. Works from choice. Don't smoke. Works 5 [...] Location: Wilmington, Delaware.