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[Property survey of that part of Prince Georges County, Maryland, later to become central Washington D.C.].

A plan of St. Georges Ferry on Nassau-Island made the 10th August 1774,

A view of the Plaister Cliffs, on the west shore of Georges Bay

Georges Jacques Danton, 1759-1794

Georges, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile

[Surrey chapel (St. Georges Fields, England) and Independent Church (Baltimore, Md.). Transverse sectional elevations]

Chart of Georges Shoal & Bank /

Aèrostat système Vaussin Chardanne (brevetè). Moyens simples et peu couteuse pour faire descendre et remonter à volanté un ballon dans lʹair sans perté de gaz et de lest, sans crainté l'accidents / / Villenueve St. Georges (Seine et Oise), le novembre 1853, Vaussin Chardanne.

Aèrostat système Vaussin Chardanne (brevetè). moyens simples et peu couteuse pour faire descendre et remonter à volanté un ballon dans lʹair sans perté le gaz et le leste / / Villeneuve St. Georges (Seine et Oise), le dix octobre mil [...] cinquante trois, Vaussin-Chardanne.

Yvonne Georges

Georges Clemenceau

Georges Carpentier

Georges Carpentier

Georges Leygues

Georges Clemenceau

Georges Lecompte

Lime St. & St. Georges Hall, Liverpool

Georges Boillot

Georges Barrère, 1876-1944

Georges Carpentier

Georges Fabre & M. Chambenoist

Exposition de tableaux de maîtres contemporains . . . vente au profit de l'oeuvre du soldat blessé ou malade. Galerie Georges Bernheim

[Georges Marie Guynemer with airplane and two other men]

Exposition de tableaux de maîtres modernes . . . vente au profit de l'oeuvre le vêtement du prisonnier de guerre. Galerie Georges Bernheim

ROUSSOS, GEORGES. E.E. AND M.P. FROM GREECE. 2ND FROM RIGHT

FLECHERE, GEORGES. LIEUT. FRENCH ARMY, AVIATOR. S.P.A.D. PLANE

ROUSSOS, GEORGES. E.E. AND M.P. FROM GREECE. CENTER

FLECHERE, GEORGES. LIEUT. FRENCH ARMY, AVIATOR. LEFT, WITH GENERAL SQUIRE

FLECHERE, GEORGES. LIEUT. FRENCH ARMY, AVIATOR. WITH S.P.A.D. BIPLANE FRENCH

FLECHERE, GEORGES. LIEUT. FRENCH ARMY, AVIATOR. WITH S.P.A.D. BIPLANE FRENCH

ROUSSOS, GEORGES. E.E. AND M.P. FROM GREECE. LEFT

ROUSSOS, GEORGES. E.E. AND M.P. FROM GREECE

ROUSSOS, GEORGES. E.E. AND M.P. FROM GREECE

Georges Jahouel is the son of a French Brancardier (stretcher bearer) who volunteered to go out into "No Man's Land" to bring in the wounded under especially heavy fire. His captain told him to save himself but he went out anyway and lost his life. Now Georges must be the little father of the family and his mother saus he helps her almost as if he were a man. He goes to school and studies hard that he may soon be able to write a letter without any mistakes in it to his "good godfathers", the Enlisted Ordinance Detachment ... Georges probably cannot yet write his parrains' name and address without being prompted, but he loves them dearly, nevertheless, and sends them "much kisses". The American Red Cross administers the funds for the maintenance of all the children adopted by the American troops

Georges Jahouel is the son of a French Brancardier (stretcher bearer) who volunteered to go out into "No Man's Land" to bring in the wounded under especially heavy fire. His Captain told him to save himself but he went out anyway and lost his life. Now Georges must be the little father of the family and his mother says he helps her almost as if he were a man. He goes to school and studies hard that he may soon be able to write a letter without any mistakes in it to his "good god-fathers", the Enlisted Ordinance Detachment, Headquarters SOS, APO 717. Georges probably cannot yet write his parrains' name and address without being prompted but he loves them dearly nevertheless and sends them "much kisses." The AMERICAN RED CROSS administers the funds for the maintanence of all the children adopted by the American troops

Georges Jahouel is the son of a French Bracardier (stretcher bearer) who volunteered to go out into "No Man's Land" to bring in the wounded under especially heavy fire. His Captain told him to save himself but he went out anyway and lost his life. Now Georges must be the little father of the family and his mother says he helps her almost as if he were a man. He goes to school and studies hard so that he may soon be able to write a letter without any mistakes in it to his "good god fathers", the Enlisted Ordance Detachment, Georges probably cannot yet write his parrains' (sp?) name and address without being prompted but he loves them dearly nevertheless and sends them "much kisses". The A.R.C. administers the funds for the maintenance of all the children adopted by the American troops

[Georges Clemenceau, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing slightly left]

Georges K. Staitch of Belgrade, Serbia

[Georges Carpentier, half-length portrait, seated]

[Georges Clemenceau visiting George Washington's tomb, Mount Vernon, Virginia]

[Georges Clemenceau visiting the White House, posing for cameramen. Washington, D.C.]

La plus prodigieuse conquête de l'humanité, les ailes / Georges Villa 1922.

[Georges Clemenceau and Jean Jules Jusserand at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.]

[Georges Clemenceau leaving the Army War College in Washington, D.C.

[Georges Clemenceau's visit to the National Zoo in D.C. He appears to be in front of the bear cages. J.J. Jusserand, 2nd from left]

[Georges Clemenceau placing wreath on tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia]

[Georges Clemenceau with wreath at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia]

[Georges Clemenceau with wreath at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia]

[Georges Clemenceau's arrival in DC at Union Station; includes J.J. Jusserand, front. Washington, D.C.]

Georges Thenault, Comdr. Juan Leguir, Lt. W.D. Thomas

[...] Dutch [...], Ambassador Jusserand, from France, Georges Lauga, France, Rev. Leonard Hoyas, Belgium, Baron De Cartier De Marchienne, the Belgian Ambassador

Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge photographed leaving the Corcoran Gallery of Art where they viewed "The Only Hope," a picture by Georges Innes, Jr., N.A.

Georges Barrère, 1876-1944, and Ardelle Hookins, age 12, at the Hotel Athenaeum, Chautauqua, New York

Capt. Rene Fonk & Maj. Georges Thenault of France, [10/29/25]

St. "Georges" Cathedral [Jerusalem]

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

CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) blacksmith, Pringe Georges County, Maryland

[Georges Szpinalski]

"Money Problems." Washington, D.C., March 11. French Ambassador Georges Bonnet, tonight capped a week of rumors and official exchanges over the new French defense loan with a declaration of confidence that his people will meet their financial troubles with their own resources. The statement was his first since a move by French officials to interest American investors in the proposed $1,000,000,000 loan by considering appointment of a paying agent in New York, photographed as he made the statement over a nationwide broadcast

French Ambassador and Mme. Bonnett. Washington, D.C., April 3. The French Ambassador and Mme. Georges Bonnett pictured as they attended the Ball of Nations in the Capital this week, 4/3/1937

French Naval officers at White House. Washington, D.C., March 30. Officers of the French Cruiser Jeanne De Arc accompanied by the French Ambassador Georges Bonnet today paid their respects to the President at the White House. Left to right: Lt. F.M.G. Lafargue, Admiral Louis Sable, Naval Attache of the French Embassy, Ambassador Bonnett, Captain Henri Latham, in command of the cruiser, and Captain Paul Bastedo, Naval Aide to the President

Owner-chef Georges Perrier, photographed at Le Bec-Fin, one of America's most renowned restaurants, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Young Kate Frommert enjoys all the Easter trimmings at the Three Georges Southern Chocolate Candy Store on Dauphin Street, Mobile, Alabama

Music score to Les Fâcheux (Georges Auric)

Wife of retiring French Ambassador at White House. Washington D.C. July 12. Mme. Georges Bonnet, wife of the retiring Ambassador, calls at the White House with Jules Henry, Counselor of the Embassy to bid President Roosevelt goodbye before sailing for France. Ambassador Bonnet is already in France awaiting instructions on his new post. 7/12/37

Maj. Georges Thenault & Capt. E.D. William, 11/11/25

Capt. Rene Fonk & Maj. Georges Thenault at W.H., 10/29/25

Georges Laurent, 1886-

Newsmen dine French Ambassador. Washington, D.C., May 13. French Ambassador Georges Bonnet apparently enjoyed his lunch today at the National Press Club where he was a guest of the members. In a short speech following the luncheon Ambassador Bonnet defended the Franco-Soviet military alliance as a force of peace instead of war

Georges Washington Eqer. général en chef de l'armée Anglo-Amériquaine, nom̄é dictateur par le congrès en Fevrier 1777 / Desrais del ; LeBeau sculp.

Puritani. Libretto. German

Ma tante Aurore. Libretto

Dame blanche. Libretto

Marie. Libretto. French

Dame blanche. Libretto. French

Puritani. Libretto. German & Italian

Dame blanche. Libretto. German

Washington (Georges), Président de la République des Etats-unis d'Amérique du Nord +1799 / Dessiné par Girardet ; tableau du temps gravé par Wolff.

Solliciteur

Puritani. Libretto. German

Ma tante Aurore. Libretto

Dame blanche. Libretto

Marie. Libretto. French

Dame blanche. Libretto. French

Puritani. Libretto. German & Italian

Dame blanche. Libretto. German

Solliciteur

Puritani. Libretto. German

Ma tante Aurore. Libretto

Dame blanche. Libretto

Marie. Libretto. French

Dame blanche. Libretto. French

Puritani. Libretto. German & Italian

Dame blanche. Libretto. German

Solliciteur

Puritani. Libretto. German

Ma tante Aurore. Libretto

Dame blanche. Libretto

Marie. Libretto. French

Dame blanche. Libretto. French

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