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Heir to Abyssinian throne

Haile Selassie group at Jerus. RR sta. [i.e., railroad station]

Woldegiorgis Woldeyohannes (Waldagiyorgis Waldayohanes)(right), personal secretary to Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia and man in military uniform (left), Jerusalem

H.S. [i.e., Haile Selassie] in robe

[Man in suit, member of Haile Selassie's entourage?]

[Man in military uniform and man in suit jacket, members of Haile Selassie's entourage?]

Son of H.S. [i.e., Haile Selassie] in suit & tie

Son of H.S. [i.e., Haile Selassie] in mili. [i.e., military] uniform

H.S. i.e., Haile Selassie in robe

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

Arrival of the Negus to Haifa

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. With his pet dog, Bull, alertly resting at his side, His Majesty, Haile Sellassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, was caught in this picture while reading an official report. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. Poring over official papers. At the left of His Majesty, Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, is Colonel Bishop, while at the right, standing, is Colonel Clark. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. His Majesty, Haile Selassie, emperor of Ethiopia, photographed during a radio broadcast. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. His Majesty, Haile Selassie, emperor of Ethiopia, strolling in the Palace grounds. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. In conference with the American delegation. Left to right: F. N. Plangin, Office of War Information (OWI); Lieutenant Colonel Robert M. Baughey; Colonel Edwin Clark; His Majesty, Haile Sellassie, Emperor of Ethiopia; Taffarra Worq (standing), and George Strompl. These picture are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. His Majesty, Haile Selassie, emperor of Ethiopia, strolling in the Palace grounds. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. Before its audience with His Majesty, Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, the American military delegation, paid a courtesy call on the British commanding officer of the Ethiopian area, Major General Samuel Butler, left. He is shown with Colonel Ewdin Clark, commanding officer of the U.S. Eritrean Service Command. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

Ethiopian child, little grand daughter of a cousin, or distant relative of Emperor Hail Selassi [i.e., Haile Selassie]

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. Before its audience with His Majesty, Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, the American military delegation, paid a courtesy call on the British commanding officer of the Ethiopian area, Major General Samuel Butler, left. He is shown with Colonel Ewdin Clark, commanding officer of the U.S. Eritrean Service Command. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. Poring over official papers. At the left of His Majesty, Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, is Colonel Bishop, while at the right, standing, is Colonel Clark. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. While visited by the American delegation, His Majesty, Haile Sellassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, took time off to pen a letter to President Roosevelt. He is shown here signing the letter, which was rushed by army plane to the White House. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. With his pet dog, Bull, alertly resting at his side, His Majesty, Haile Sellassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, was caught in this picture while reading an official report. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

Ethiopian child, little grand daughter of a cousin, or distant relative of Emperor Hail Selassi i.e., Haile Selassie

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. His Majesty, Haile Selassie, emperor of Ethiopia, photographed during a radio broadcast. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. In conference with the American delegation. Left to right: F. N. Plangin, Office of War Information (OWI); Lieutenant Colonel Robert M. Baughey; Colonel Edwin Clark; His Majesty, Haile Sellassie, Emperor of Ethiopia; Taffarra Worq (standing), and George Strompl. These picture are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, in his study at the palace

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, in his study at the palace

Famous historical quilt. Washington, D.C., Aug. 17. Joseph's coat of many colors had nothing on this unique quilt which is now being completed by Mrs. Ethel Sampson of Evanston, Ill., after six years of collecting. Parts of wearing apparel from President Roosevelt, Mrs. Roosevelt, members of the Cabinet, diplomats and notables from all over. From Hollywood Bing Crosby sent a tie while Mae West and Shirley Temple contributed parts of dresses. Former Emperor Haile Selassie's neckties and a linen of Winsor, are also included on the quilt. Diapers from the Dionne Quintuplets are also prominently displayed, 8/17/37

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