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[Jan Lutma, goldsmith] / Rembrandt, 1656.

Grass Valley--General View from Goldsmith Hill, Nevada County

Goldsmith Maid and American Girl: in the "brush home" of their capital race of six closely contested heats over the Union Course L.I. July 4th 1868

Won by a neck: Lady Thorn Goldsmith Maid and American Girl, in the first heat of their great trotting contest on the Prospect Park fair grounds August 28th 1869

The brush on the homestretch: Between American girl, Lucy, Bashaw Jr., Goldsmith Maid, Rhode Island and George Wilkes. In the last heat of their great trot on the prospect park fair grounds May 29th 1869

The trotting mare Goldsmith Maid driven by Budd Doble

The celebrated trotting mare "Goldsmith Maid" driven by Budd Doble Trotting in harness at Buffalo, August 11th, 1871, mile heats best 3 in 5, time 2:19 3/4, 2:19 1/4, 2:19, beating "Lucy" and "American Girl."

Best time on record. Three heats in 2:193/4, 2:161/2, 2:16: Goldsmith Maid and Judge Fullerton, in their great trot at East Saginaw, Mich. July 16th 1874

A goldsmith's shop, Chinatown, San Francisco

A goldsmith's shop, Chinatown, San Francisco

Blanche Goldsmith copy

Old Cheshire Cheese tavern, resort of Johnson and Goldsmith, London

Mrs. Margaret B. Laird, 34 Goldsmith Ave., Newark N.J. For four years treasurer N.J. Branch National Woman's Party--member of Contemporary Club Elected to New Jersey Assembly Nov. 1920

Peter H. Goldsmith, Am. Assn. for International Conciliation

Architects open convention in Washington. The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architec[...] its annual convention in the National Capital today distinguished teachers of architecture from all part [...] country in attendance. In the group, left to right: Goldsmith, University of Kansas and Vice-President of [...] Association; Edward S. Campbell of the Beaux Arts Inst[...] of Design, New York City; Roy Jones, University of M[...] and Secretary; Warren P. Laird, Dean of School of Fin[...] of University of Pennsylvania

FIRST LADY LUNCHEON GUEST OF B'NAI B'RITH. WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 13. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT WAS GUEST OF HONOR AND PRINCIPAL SPEAKER AT THE FIRST BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON TODAY OF THE WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF ARGO LODGE OF B'NAI B'RITH WHICH WAS HELD AT THE WILLARD HOTEL HERE. HERE WE SEE THE FIRST LADY CUTTING THE ORGANIZATION'S FIRST BIRTHDAY CAKE WHILE MRS. GERWIRZ, LEFT, RETIRING PRESIDENT, AND MRS. CHARLES A. GOLDSMITH, CHAIRMAN OF THE LUNCHEON, LOOK ON

A.P. Goldsmith, 385 5th Ave., New York City. Office IV

A.P. Goldsmith, 385 5th Ave., New York City. Office I

A.P. Goldsmith, 385 5th Ave., New York City. Office V

A.P. Goldsmith, 385 5th Ave., New York City. Office II

A.P. Goldsmith, 385 5th Ave., New York City. Office III

Alan G. Goldsmith, 8/19/21

Alan G. Goldsmith, [8/19/21]

Celebrated trotting horse Henry, driven by John Murphy: As he appeared at Prospect Park, L.I. June 27th 1872, in his trot with Goldsmith Maid and Lucy

Celebrated trotting horse Henry, driven by John Murphy: As he appeared at Prospect Park, L.I. June 27th 1872, in his trot with Goldsmith Maid and Lucy

George Goldsmith to William Brand, January 14, 1840

George Goldsmith to William Brand, January 14, 1840

A good send off,-go!: Goldsmith Maid, American Girl, Lucy and Henry, trotting at Fleetwood Park, Morrisania, N.Y. July 9th 1872

A good send off,-go!: Goldsmith Maid, American Girl, Lucy and Henry, trotting at Fleetwood Park, Morrisania, N.Y. July 9th 1872

Goldsmith to Thomas Jefferson, March 4, 1788

Goldsmith to Thomas Jefferson, March 4, 1788

Fast trotting in the west: Lucy and Goldsmith Maid

Fast trotting in the west: Lucy and Goldsmith Maid

M. Goldsmith to Thomas Jefferson, April 20, 1807

M. Goldsmith to Thomas Jefferson, April 20, 1807

Oliver Goldsmith, no date, Printed Page Extract from Vicar of Wakefield

Oliver Goldsmith, no date, Printed Page Extract from Vicar of Wakefield

Oliver Goldsmith, no date, Printed Page Extract from Vicar of Wakefield

Oliver Goldsmith, no date, Printed Page Extract from Vicar of Wakefield

A. Goldsmith's B. G. Driver, by Volunteer: Record 2:201/2

A. Goldsmith's B. G. Driver, by Volunteer: Record 2:201/2

Goldsmith Maid, Lucy, American Girl & Henry

Goldsmith Maid, Lucy, American Girl & Henry

Middleton Goldsmith to Augustus C. Hamlin, Monday, August 01, 1864 (Appointment of surgeon general)

Middleton Goldsmith to Augustus C. Hamlin, Monday, August 01, 1864 (Appointment of surgeon general)

Middleton Goldsmith to Augustus C. Hamlin, Monday, August 01, 1864 (Appointment of surgeon general)

A third heat in two sixteen!!: Judge Fullerton and Goldsmith Maid in their great trot at East Saginaw, Mich. July 16th. 1874

A third heat in two sixteen!!: Judge Fullerton and Goldsmith Maid in their great trot at East Saginaw, Mich. July 16th. 1874

Meyer Goldsmith House, 408 Conti Street, Mobile, Mobile County, AL

Meyer Goldsmith House, 408 Conti Street, Mobile, Mobile County, AL

Meyer Goldsmith House, 408 Conti Street, Mobile, Mobile County, AL

Meyer Goldsmith House, 408 Conti Street, Mobile, Mobile County, AL

Letter from William H. Goldsmith to [Alexander Graham Bell], August 5, 1871

Letter from William H. Goldsmith to [Alexander Graham Bell], August 5, 1871

Letter from William H. Goldsmith to [Alexander Graham Bell], August 5, 1871

A. A. Wood and B. B. Goldsmith to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 20, 1864 (Support from Presbyterians at Geneva, New York and request that profanity in the army be stopped)

A. A. Wood and B. B. Goldsmith to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 20, 1864 (Support from Presbyterians at Geneva, New York and request that profanity in the army be stopped)

A. A. Wood and B. B. Goldsmith to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 20, 1864 (Support from Presbyterians at Geneva, New York and request that profanity in the army be stopped)

A. A. Wood and B. B. Goldsmith to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 20, 1864 (Support from Presbyterians at Geneva, New York and request that profanity in the army be stopped)

Goldsmith maid galop

Goldsmith maid galop

Goldsmith maid galop

Goldsmith maid galop

Goldsmith maid galop

Lewis Goldsmith to Thomas Jefferson, May 20, 1801

Lewis Goldsmith to Thomas Jefferson, May 20, 1801

Letter from William H. Goldsmith to [Alexander Graham Bell], undated

Letter from William H. Goldsmith to [Alexander Graham Bell], undated