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Segawa

Cyōjiya cyōzan

U.S. Reports: Chancellor v. Phillips, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 213 (1800)

Shodan

[Second room containing Greek vases]

A statement of the amounts of internal duties imposed by the United States, (excepting those on household furniture, on watches, and om stamps) paid by each person in the 18th collection district of Massachussetts, during the year 1815. [Boston

Yatsushi hangonko

Public sale of household & kitchen furniture. There will be exposed to public sale on Tuesday the 24th day of August next, at the late residence of Rev. Dr. Breckindidge, in the borough of Canonsburg, a large and splendid assortment of household

Trust sale at Front Royal, on Saturday the 27th of December 1851, of house and lots, slaves and household and kitchen furniture. By virtue of a deed of trust from William Cook bearing date November 19, 1851 ... Winchester, Va. Harvey Brown Cheap

Hennessy's cottage furniture warehouse

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute To J. & R. Lamb, Having received a SILVER Medal in 1873. For Church Furniture. This Diploma of Continued Excellence. Is awarded to them at the Exhibition of 1874. [signed] New York Nov. 21, 1874]

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute to J. & R. Lamb For the Best Church Furniture. Having Received a Silver Medal in 1875. This Diploma of Continued Excellence is Awarded to them at the Exhibition of 1876. [signed] New York Nov. 1876]

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute. To J. & R. Lamb, For Church Furniture. The Altar, Reading Desk and Statue carvings by the above exhibitors are noble examples of carved wood work in the Gothic Style. Medal of Special Award. Exhibition of 1872 [signed] New York Nov. 20th, 1872]

U.S. Reports: Lawrence v. Tucker, 64 U.S. (23 How.) 14 (1860)

U.S. Reports: Howland et al. v. Greenway et al., 63 U.S. (22 How.) 491 (1860)

... Furniture at auction! on Wednesday next, May 25 at 10 o'clock, A. M., All the furniture contained in the boarding house, No. 12 Prospect St., ... Boston, May 24, 1859. Boston. J. E. Farwell& Co's Steam presses, No. 2. Spring Lane.

[Chair]

An appeal to the friends of science. For the second time, the Portland Society of National History has been visited by a destructive calamity. Its new hall, with the furniture and all its collections, have again been destroyed by fire ... [Portl

Library G.G. Rockwood, 839 B'Way, N.Y

[People in rowboat with furniture]

Library G.G. Rockwood, 839 B'Way, N.Y

Parlor, Music room, Library G.G. Rockwood, 839 B'Way, N.Y

[Art furniture at the centennial, Philadelphia - display of Howard & Sons, London, 1876]

Moors, Moorish furniture, etc.

U.S. Reports: Hayward v. Andrews, 106 U.S. 672 (1883)

[Entrance to the furniture exhibit in the Palace of Diverse Industries, Paris Exposition, 1889]

W.T. Ellmore & Son, manufacturers of specialties. Bamboo, willow, cane, & rush, London, E.C. and at Leicester

[Interior view of a large hall with piano, chairs, small tables, and sofas, chandeliers, ornate ceiling, and of a fireplace in the rear drawing room in the Corcoran House, formerly at the corner of H Street and Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.]

[Man in four poster bed and two people in doorway]

[Embarrassment, both men staring at one another, room destroyed]

U.S. Reports: Duer v. Corbin Cabinet Lock Co., 149 U.S. 216 (1893)

Green Room, 1893, W[hite] H[ouse]

[Miscellaneous fixtures, equipment, and finishes ("furniture") and alterations to the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 53 - desks, tables, rolling cases, press]

The "forecaster" that runs the bureau

The "forecaster" that runs the bureau

[Interior view of room showing chandelier, decorative arch, fireplace, and furniture]

Part of sala - Commission house - Manila

[Interior view of room showing furniture, piano, and chandelier]

[Teacher and four students making furniture at Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va.]

[Interior view of room showing furniture and framed pictures]

The rehearsal

[Furniture manufacturing convention]

[Furniture store interior, probably Detroit, Mich.]

[The Georgia Negro] Assessed value of household and kitchen furniture owned by Georgia Negroes.

Pringle Furniture [Co. interior with Mission chairs, Detroit, Mich.]

Furniture exhibition building, Grand Rapids, Mich.

Students making and upholstering barrel furniture

[Interior of the stone mountain lodge of Mrs. Paul T. Mayo, Bear Creek Cañon, Rocky Mountains, Colorado, designed by architect Jacques Benois Benedict, showing cathedral ceiling, fireplace, chandelier, furniture, and polar bear rug]

Garden, North Shore Grill Club, Magnolia, Mass.

[Garden, North Shore Grill Club, Magnolia, Mass.]

[Phoenix Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.]

When they stood before Daniel Webster John's voice grew hushed

A china closet in the main hall, Deerfield, Mass., Museum

Noon Hour in an Indianapolis Furniture Factory. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

[Interior with painting of nude woman and cupid, over fireplace, French provincial furniture, and heavily draped windows at left, in home of Edmund Cogswell Converse, Greenwich, Connecticut]

Noon Hour, Bosse Furniture Co., Evansville, Ind. Oct. 1908. Location: Evansville, Indiana.

Indianapolis Furniture Factory's Water Boy. Witness, E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Noon Hour in a Furniture Factory, Indianapolis. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

[Porch of E.C. Converse house, with wicker furniture, Greenwich, Connecticut]

House of Representatives Office Bulding (no. 5). Interior with filing cabinets

World Furniture Company noon hour, Evansville, Ind. Boy at left hand end was running Machine Composed of two Unguarded Circular Saws. The board he was pushing stuck and he gave it an impatient shove. Had he slipped, both hands and arms would have gone into the edges of the saws, (full force) which were turned toward him. Location: Evansville, Indiana.

Water Boy in an Indianapolis Furniture Factory. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

U.S. House of Representatives Office Building

Noon Hour in an Indianapolis Furniture Factory. Aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

[Porch with wicker furniture, and view over lawn to home of Edmund Cogswell Converse, Greenwich, Connecticut]

A Glimpse from the Outside into The World Furniture Co., Evansville, Ind. During working hours. Location: Evansville, Indiana.

Pringle Furniture [Co. showroom with end tables and chairs, Detroit, Mich.]

[Home interior, living room furniture]

Pringle Furniture [Co. showroom with tables andmiscellaneous furniture, Detroit, Mich.]

Pringle Furniture [Co. building, Detroit, Mich.]

Pringle Furniture [Co. showroom with wicker chairs, Detroit, Mich.]

Pringle Furniture Co. [showroom with chairs, Detroit, Mich.]

[Pringle Furniture Co. showroom with chairs, Detroit, Mich.]

Pringle Furniture Co. showroom with tables andmiscellaneous furniture, Detroit, Mich.

L.C. JONES FURNITURE

L.C. JONES FURNITURE

[Office furniture, office in Massachusetts]

Vnutri muzei︠a︡ Bi︠e︡loĭ Palaty. Rostov Velikīĭ

Feasting in the harem: typical costumes and furniture, Constantinople

Have the old furniture repaired : if you can't, split it into kindling wood

Jacobean interior with gate-legged table

Hausrat auch gegen Teilzahlung ... / Bernhard.

Anthoston School. A most dilapidated shack; unlocked, open to the weather, windows broken out and furniture knocked about. Opens September 6th. Location: Henderson County, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Where will I put this walnut bureau, lady?

The Only mission furniture. 1916. The Manhattan side chair, with straight-line frame & cordage seat

The American Manor furniture / James Paten McHugh.

Miss Morlay, representative of the AMERICAN RED CROSS Bureau of Refugees at Orleans, supervises the unloading of furniture made by French mutiles. The furniture wil be sold to refugees at a very low price

[Man cleaning chest of drawers in cluttered room]

Mrs. Curtis, residence, 1911 F St., N.W. Furniture of Mrs. Curtis I

Furniture and other home furnishings. Bureau

Mrs. Freyer, residence, 1771 Massachusetts Ave. Furniture and interiors of Mrs. Freyer X

Furniture and other home furnishings. Dressing table

Furniture and other home furnishings. Upholstered couch with gilded frame II

Mrs. Bonsol, residence. Desk of Mrs. Bonsol II

Mrs. Bonsol, residence. Miniature furniture of Mrs. Bonsol I

Furniture and other home furnishings. Two chairs III

Furniture and other home furnishings. Couch with wood back

Mrs. Bonsol, residence. Sideboard of Mrs. Bonsol

Furniture and other home furnishings. Split image of painting and chest of drawers

Furniture and other home furnishings. Table with china display flanked by two chairs