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Pops Route 66 Restaurant and gift shop, Arcadia, Oklahoma

To the publick. I the subscriber, Abraham H. Van Vleck, of the City of New York, knowing I have committed a most atrocious crime against my country ... in shipping privisions to Nantrucket ... make a free and voluntary gift of the Sloop Henry an

To the voters of the First ward. Fellow-citizens, You will all agree with me, that any man who stands convicted by a jury of his countrymen of rraud, deserves not their suffrage for the meanest office in their gift.- Therefore, examine your tick

Hero of the Thames. The citizens of the District of Columbia, friendly to the elevation of Col. R. M. Johnson to the second office in the gift of a free people, are respectfully requested to attend at the City Hall, on Tuesday evening next, at e

[Title page and frontis. of The Stranger's Gift, Boston, 1836 (Hermann Bokum, ed.)]

[Title page and frontis. of The Stranger's Gift, Boston, 1836 (Hermann Bokum, ed.): frontis, showing children around tree lighted with candles on table full of toys; titled "Christmas Eve"]

Easter card--Cape Mount--A gift to the members of the Foreign Missionary Box Association of the Protestant Episcopal Church

G. G. Evans's great gift book establishment, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: Packing room

G. G. Evans's great gift book establishment, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: Stockroom

G. G. Evans's great gift book establishment, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: Exterior view

G. G. Evans's great gift book establishment, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: Interior view

The summer gift

Wondrous gift

A gift of autumn

Christmas card--A gift to the members of the Foreign Missionary Box Association of the Protestant Episcopal Church

Republican National convention at Chicago, June 2, 1880 Independent America -- the home of the freeman, where the humblest citizen can attain the highest honors in the gift of her people.

[Commercial street with Persian Bazaar and El Unico gift shop, Saint Augustine, Fla.]

[Roman presenting gift to woman in modern dress watched by crowd of people dressed in costumes from other ages]

The gift of Bonaparte ... by Robert Shortz ...

Not going to give him a chance to propose until after Christmas! : why don't you give yourself to him as a Christmas gift?

Gerda finds the mermaid's gift upon the door-stone

Shoe line - Bowery men waiting for shoes - a gift from Tim Sullivan

Senate gift for Miss Wilson

British Army's gift to Queen Mary

American University. Beirut, (A.U.B.). New medical bldg. [i.e., building] Gift of the Rockefeller Foundation

American University. Beirut, (A.U.B.). Class in chemistry bldg. [i.e., building] Gift of the Rockefeller Foundation

Long haired band aids war gift fund The band of the "House of David", from the strange Michigan religious colony where hair cuts and shaves are forbidden, is seen playing in New York to aid the fund drive for America's gift to France ... [New York City theater district].

Greek treasures in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Byzantine jewelled cross. Gift of John Palaeologus to the Sepulchre in 15th cent

Arthur Brauscombe, author of "The Cradle of the Washington and the Home of the Franklins;" Andrew B. Humphrey, Secy. of Sulgrave Manor, N.Y., and Herbert W. Thompson, of London, calling at White House. Mr. Brauscombe's book will be filmed and the proceeds will assist in paying for Sulgrave manor, recently a gift to the U.S. June 28, 1922

Bust of James Bryce, gift to the Amer. people of Sir Chas. C. Wakefield, for the Sulgrave Institution of Grt. Brit. Unveiled at Capitol, Oct. 12. Left to rt.: Dr. A.S. Beelan, of the Canadian cabinet, Auck. Geddes, Sir Chas, Wakefield, Chief Justice Taft who accepted bust on behalf of Amer. people.

Rev. N. De. Carlo, pastor of Holy Rosary Church, Wash., with a silver chalice presented by King Victor Emmanuel of Italy. The gift is one foot high with reliefs of the apostles cut on the base and delicately engraved handles symbolizing faith, hope, and charity. Presentation made by Dr. Sahetta, counselor of the Italian Embassy

The National Christmas Tree presented to President Coolidge by Middlebury College as a gift from his home state has been set up in Wash. D.C. immediately behind the White House

Pres. Coolidge snapped on one of his daily walks sporting a "big stick," the gift of A. J. Shell of Wise County, Va. [White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Pres. Coolidge snapped on one of his daily walks sporting a "big stick," the gift of A. J. Shell of Wise County, Va.]

The first piano to be transported by airplane, [...] brought from New York to Washington recently, was [...]d to the Friendship Settlement House, Washington, [...] afternoon, May 19th., by Mrs. Coolidge. Mrs. Coolidge [...]e this institution herself, for the gift

A gift From Argentina. Major John G. Quekemeyer, formerly [...] Pershing, with "Argentina" a six year-old Polo po[...] to him by the Minister of War of the Argentine Repu[...] General Justo. The General presented the Prince of Six Ponies while he was in South America

Commander Richard E. Byrd, the first man to reach the North Pole by airplane, repeating his experiences on the flight before President and Mrs. Coolidge and an audience of 6,000, including cabinet officers, members of the diplomatic corps. and representatives of National Geographic Society from whom he ? the Hubbard Gold Medal in Washington, June 23rd. The President presented Byrd and his pilot Floyd Bennett with medals. Gift from National Geographic Society

[Salvation Army children of California send Mrs. Coolidge a gift of flowers by airplane. A beautiful basket of flowers sent by airplane by the children of the Salvation Army Home at Lytton Springs, California, was presented to Mrs. Coolidge at the White House today. Ketha Holtz, daughter of Staff-Captain Ernest R. Holtz, Potomac Divisional Commander of the Salvation Army in Washington and Robert Rose, son of Ensign Robert Rose of Salvation Army, are shown making the presentation which also included a message reading: "Dear Mrs Coolidge: We are sending you these flowers because we love you"]

Salvation Army children of California send Mrs. Coolidge a gift of flowers by airplane. A beautiful basket of flowers sent by airplane by the children of the Salvation Army Home at Lytton Springs, California, was presented to Mrs. Coolidge at the White House today. Ketha Holtz, daughter of Staff-Captain Ernest R. Holtz, Potomac Divisional Commander of the Salvation Army in Washington and Robert Rose, son of Ensign Robert Rose of Salvation Army, are shown making the presentation which also included a message reading: "Dear Mrs Coolidge: We are sending you these flowers because we love you"

Coolidge lion cubs, a gift from Africa, [4/27/27]

Secretary of War receives painting of Gen. Pershing for U.S. Military Academy. The Polish Minister to the United States Mr. Jan Ciechanowski, (right) presenting to Secretary of War Dwight F. Davis today a portrait of General John J.Pershing, which was painted by Wojciech Kossak of the Polish army. The portrait is a gift to the United States Military Academy at West Point

Scouts present president with buffalo horn as birthday gift. President Hoover will be 56 years old on Sunday, August 10. Representative Boy Scouts of the District of Columbia presented him with a buffalo horn as a birthday present today. Harold [...], Troop 33, Takoma Park, Md., is shown making the presentation. The horn was prepared by over 200 scouts at their summer camp, Camp Roosevelt on Chesapeake Bay [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Newer Jerusalem and suburbs. The Jerusalem Archaeological Museum. The Rockefeller gift

Leg saver. Chester Antos, student at Georgetown University medical school, photographed with the newly devised Emerson suction pressure apparatus which designers believe will prevent amputation in many cases. The mechanical "boot" is to be used in treatment of severe cases of peripheral vascular diseases. The device was developed by Dr. Louis A. Hermann of Cincinnati. By increasing and decreasing the air pressure alternatively, the "boot" tends to stimulate circulation through the leg. The pump boot is a gift to Georgetown University Hospital from an alumnus. 11/12/35

Cake for the president. This birthday cake, a gift to President Roosevelt, is received for the Chief Executive by his Secretary, Marvin McIntyre, center. From the left: Pennsylvania State Senator Anthony Cavalcante, Mrs. J. Buell Snyder, wife of the Congressman; Sec. McIntyre, Miss Signe Osteberg, and Rep. J. Buell Snyder, D. of Pa. 1/30/35

Testimonial gift., Washington, D.C. Oct. 12. John A. Remon, president of the President's cup Regatto, vice president with a testimonial gift, a beautiful electric clock topped by a model gold speedboat, by Harry P. Somerville, Executive Secretary of the Regatta, at a luncheon today in honor of the officers and chairmen of the group. The luncheon was given to acknowledge the outstanding success of the 1936 regatta. Left to right: Admiral Harry G. Hamlet, U.S. Coast Guard; John A Remori, and Harry P. Somerville

Twenty truckloads of corn sent as a gift from the farmers of Livingston County, Illinois, to southeastern Illinois flood area. Near Carmi, Illinois

Twenty truckloads of corn were sent as a gift from the farmers of Livingston County, Illinois to southeastern Illinois flood counties. Near Carmi, Illinois

Work on Mellon's gift to National Capitol progressing rapidly. Washington, D.C., Nov. 3. Construction of the new National Gallery of Art, a gift of the late Andrew Mellon to the United Stated Government, is progressing rapidly. The building, which is expected to be the most beautiful and one of the largest galleries in the world, is slated to be completed in 1940. It is situated on the mall within a stone's throw of the U.S. Capitol, 11338

Gift shop window, Washington, D.C.

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Building. Window display: Electrical gift suggestions

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Building. Window display: Truly a practical gift

PRESIDENT RECEIVES GIFT OF FLAGS FROM PHILIPPINE RESIDENTS. WASHINGTON, D.C. AUGUST 1. A SET OF BEAUTIFUL HANDMADE FLAGS WAS ACCEPTED BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY FROM PHILIPPINE RESIDENTS AS A TOKEN OF GOODWILL FROM THE PHILIPPINES TO THE UNITED STATES

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

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

FSA (Farm Security Administration) client running a line with transit. This is a new way of working off grants; better than the direct gift to the client. Gray County, Kansas

New Attorney General admires floral horseshoe, a gift of Michigan congressionals. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Arriving at the Department of Justice today to begin his duties as U.S. Attorney General, Frank Murphy was surprised to see this floral horseshoe draped over his desk. The token of goodluck was a gift from the Michigan Delegation in Congress, 1339

Chinese Aviatrix receives gift of new plane from Col. Roscoe Turner. Washington, D.C., April 3. Col. Roscoe Turner, winner of speed trophies in the air, dropped down to Washington Airport today with a red high wing monoplane which he presented to the friends of New China, represented by Miss Hilds Yen, Chinese Aviatrix. The plane, 'the Spirit of New China', was built by the Porterfield factory. 4-3-39

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Row of Australian nurses, before an open ambulance

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Lord Somers, Middle East Commissioner for the Red Cross

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Col. The Hon. Harold Colieu, overseas commissioner to Aus. Red Cross Soc. [i.e., Australian Red Cross Society], taken behind the audience

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Lord Somers addressing the crowd

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Lord Somers, Lt. Gen. Sir Thomas Blamey & Capt. Hurley, head of Aus. [i.e., Australian] Photo. staff.

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Lady MacMichael, president of the Red Cross & Order of St. John of Pal. [i.e., Palestine] received by Dr. Stuart

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Lady MacMichael & Gen. Blamey conversing

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Group of J'lem. [i.e., Jerusalem] press men

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Col. The Hon. Harold Colieu, overseas commissioner to Aus. Red Cross Soc. [i.e., Australian Red Cross Society]

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Lt. Gen. Sir Th. Blamey speaking to ...

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Ambulances being inspected after the presentation

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Col. The Hon. Harold Colieu, overseas commissioner to Aus. Red Cross Soc. [i.e., Australian Red Cross Society], taken from behind the audience, closer up

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Lord Somers addressing the crowd, showing ambulance in the rear

Vice President Garner gets gift of Kentucky chewing tobacco. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Vice President Garner receiving from Senator A.B. 'Happy' Chandler, Democrat of Kentucky, a gift of Kentucky Burley Twist Tobacco which was grown within 100 yards of Chandler's home in the Blue Grass State

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. The nine ambulances presented to the British Red Cross

Australian gift to British Red Cross of 9 Red Cross ambulances. Group of Australian nurses, before an open ambulance

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Island, Virgin Islands. Street scene. The boy in the center is dressed in a Christmas gift outfit

Clark Spiller and son discussing move with O.A. Schlegel, Delmo group homes supervisor. This shack has two small windows and dirt floor. Evicted in January, Spiller built this shack behind levee from gift lumber and was ordered to move on after living there only a few weeks. His was second white family to move into group labor homes. Southeast Missouri

Southington, Connecticut. Southington's public Health Center, which has a staff of nurses and doctors and the most modern medical equipment. It is a gift to the town by a public-spirited citizen, Mrs. Julia Arnold Bradley

Bantam, Connecticut. Tree-lined Lafayette Boulevard--Route 25 to the motorist passing through Bantam--is the "main stem" of the town. The "Photo and Gift Shop," directly opposite the post office, is open all year, although its real business is done during the summer; at that season Bantam and the nearby town of Morris are host to some 350 vacationers at Bantam Lake, which is mainly in Morris. Below the shop is the office of Bernard C. Roeberg, the town's leading real estate dealer who is also principal of the Bantam School, a corner of which may be seen to the right. The large building with the water tower at the bottom of the hill is the Connecticut Electric Company, which has not yet started to enjoy the increased business brought to Bantam by the war program. Opposite this plant is a brick building used by the state highway department for storage. A section of this building is devoted to a small shop employing, at most, six people. Here bathrobes are occasionally turned out. No one was seen in the shop during the ten days the OEM (Office of Emergency Management) crew was in Bantam, although there was always a bunch of keys hanging in the locked door

Southington, Connecticut. Southington's public health center, which has a staff of nurses and doctors and the most modern medical equipment. It is a gift to the town by a public-spirited citizen, Mrs. Julia Arnold Bradley

Soldiers of the Iceland base command receiving gift boxes of sweaters and bags containing cigarettes, soap, sewing kits and other comforts from the Cleveland, Ohio, and New Haven, Connecticut, Red Cross chapters

Southington, Connecticut. Southington's public health center, which has a staff of nurses and doctors and the most modern medical equipment. It is a gift to the town by a public-spirited citizen, Mrs. Julia Arnold Bradley

Southington, Connecticut. Southington's public health center, which has a staff of nurses and doctors and the most modern medical equipment. It is a gift to the town by a public-spirited citizen, Mrs. Julia Arnold Bradley

New York, New York. Lily Chu, owner of a Chinese gift shop in Chinatown, mending a paper dragon

Southington, Connecticut. Southington's public health center, which has a staff of nurses and doctors and the most modern medical equipment. It is a gift to the town by a public spirited citizen, Mrs. Julia Arnold Bradley

Buffalo, New York. Cecelia Wrazen, who works at the Ross Heater plant, is engaged to a precision lathe operator in the same plant. Fellow workers presenting Cecelia with a wedding gift

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Jack Willis, vice-president in charge of production of the Bethlehem Fairfield shipyards with the sponsor of a newly-launched ship. The sponsor is looking at a gift given to her as a souvenir at the launching

Cecelia Wrazen, who works at the Ross Heater plant, is engaged to a precision lathe operator in the same plant. Fellow workers presenting Cecelia with a wedding gift

Lambert Showroom, business at 3800 Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas. Section of gift gallery

Lambert Showroom, business at 3800 Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas. Wedding gift gallery

Burdine's department store, business in Miami Beach, Florida. Gift shop

Burdine's department store, business in Miami Beach, Florida. Lighted gift counter

Halle Bros., Westgate. Gift

Rich's department store, business in Knoxville, Tennessee. Men's jewelry and gift bar

Lord & Taylor, business in Garden City, Long Island. Gift shop

Bee Hive department store, business in Patchogue, Long Island. Vista from gift shop

Bloomingdale's, business in Hackensack, New Jersey. Millinery, to gift shop

Bloomingdale's, business in Hackensack, New Jersey. Gift shop

Lord & Taylor, business in Millburn, New Jersey. Gift shop

Gift and souvenirs, Teepee Gifts, Route 20, Cherry Valley, New York

The Lighthouse gift shop, Wells, Maine