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Thomas Jefferson to Hans Rodolph Saabye, September 12, 1793

Hans Holbein / Ipse ; Corner Inct.

Skating beauty. Mazurka by R. Frank Cardella. Song and chorus by Hans Patrick le Connor / A. McLean lith.

[Hans Christian Oersted, 1777-1851; discovery of electro-magnetism by Oersted in 1820]

Hans v. Bülow

[Hans Heiling, Carlsbad, Bohemia, Austro-Hungary]

Letztes leuchten Coucher de soleil ; Setting sun / / Hans Beat Wieland.

Hans von Bülow Orchestra and Military Band

Hans and Nix everything new but the title : fun, music, and song : the positive limit in polite comedy.

Capt. Hans Ruser

Hans Kindler

Hans Kindler

Hans Kindler

Hans Kindler

Hans Knappertsbusch

Hans Kindler

Lady Jane Seymour, afterward queen of Henry VIII, after the painting by Hans Holbein now in Belvedere gallery, Vienna

Hans Weidman

Hans B. Schmidt

Hans Weidman

Lt. Hans Wirth

[Hans Lobert, Philadelphia NL, at Polo Grounds, NY (baseball)]

Hans Schumann - Heink, standing three-quarters, photo: Hahn Nachf., Dresden, Ferdinand Str. 11 / Hahn

[Hans Lobert, Philadelphia NL, at Polo Grounds, NY (baseball)]

Hans von Minning, 15 years, mascot of German Reg't

[Hans Lobert, New York NL (baseball)]

[Hans Lobert, New York NL (baseball)]

[Hans Lobert, New York NL (baseball)]

DELBRUCK, HANS. OF GERMANY

[Never had Hans and Gretel looked better than the next morning when they were ready]

[Hans Lobert, New York NL & Joe Schultz, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

[Baseball players Hans Lobert of the New York Giants (left) and Joe Schultz, Sr. of the Brooklyn Dodgers (right), full-length, standing]

[Hans Lobert, New York NL (baseball)]

[Hans A. Sulzer, half-length portrait, facing slightly left]

[Hans Schwartz, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, with two detectives on way to court, New Jersey]

Baron Hans von Bulow, 12/29/21

Baron & Mrs. Hans von Bulow

Baron Rheinbaden, Sec. of State of Germany and Charge D'Affairs Hans Heinrich Dieckhoff at W.H. [i.e. White House, Washington, D.C.,10/23/24]

World Series of 1933, Washington, D.C. Left to right: Cronin, Hans Wagner, Terry

HANS LUTHER, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, DR. HUGO ECKNER, CAPT. ERNST LEHMANN

Departing German ambassador bids president goodbye. Washington, D.C., April 22. Dr. Hans Luther, who is being relieved as German Ambassador to the United States, leaving the White House today as bidding goodbye to President Roosevelt, 4/22/1937

New German Ambassador arrives. Washington, D.C., May 14. The new German Ambassador to the United States Dr. Hans Heinrich Dieckhoff with Frau Dieckhoff, arriving at the Mayflower Hotel today. Dr. Dieckhoff will succeed Dr. Hans Luther, 5/14/1937

How a bill become a law. After discussion and debate on the merits and defects of the bill as presented or amended, a vote is taken either by "aye & nay", tellers, or tally. This picture shows Hans Jurgensen, tally clerk of the house recording the results of a tally vote

German Ambassador [...]on Secretary of State. Washington, D.C., Sept. 28. The German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff didn't seem to have a care in the world as he stepped from auto at State Department today for a call on Secretary Hull. After the talk with Secretary Hull, Ambassador Dieckhoff told newsmen the Munich Four Power Conference tomorrow may open the way for general settlement of outstanding European problems in addition to the German-Czech controversy, 9/28/38

THE PRESIDENT AND WIFE OF AIDE ENJOY OPEN AIR CONCERT ON POTOMAC. WASHINGTON, D.C. JULY 12. THE PRESIDENT AND MRS. EDWIN M. WATSON, WIFE OF THE PRESIDENT'S AIDE, SITTING IN THE PRESIDENTIAL CAR LISTENING TO THE WASHINGTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF DR. HANS KINDLER AS THE ORCHESTRA PLAYED FROM ITS BARGE ON THE POTOMAC RIVER NEAR THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL. THE OPEN-AIR CONCERTS, WHICH BEGAN TONIGHT, WILL BE CONDUCTED TWICE A WEEK DURING THE SUMMER SEASON, AND WASHINGTONIANS TURN OUT TO SIT ON THE STEPS OR IN NEARBY BOATS TO LISTEN

Associate Architect quits on design for new German Embassy. Washington, D.C., March 22. Harry F. Cunningham Associate Architect for the proposed new German Embassy, announced his resignation as a protest against acts by the German Reich today. He tendered his resignation to Charge D'Addaires Hans Thomsen, ad Interim. 3-22-39

[Portrait of Hans Jaray]

[Portrait of Hans Jaray]

[Portrait of Hans Jaray]

[Portrait of Hans Jaray]

London, England. "Checking in" at the new Hans Cresent club for American servicemen. Left to right: Jerome Musco, of Providence, Rhode Island; Staff Sergeant Lloyd Tredway of Mines City, Montana; Corporal George Arvanities, of Lowell, Massachusetts; and Sergeant Oliver Gilbert of Labile, Missouri. American Red Cross

Mrs. Edward Harkness, residence at 1 E. 75th St., New York City. Close-up, Hans Holbein painting

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Living room, to window

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Ship model

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Dining room II

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Entrance facade I

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Ship model, detail I

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Living room, to desk

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Mr. Hinrich's bedroom I

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Guest house, bedroom, north II

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Ocean facade, general 10 a.m.

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Snapping turtles, with three

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Dining room I

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Guest house, south bedroom I

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Mr. Hinrich's bedroom II

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Living room, to fireplace

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Entrance facade, from guest house

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Dining room III

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Bay, from roof

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Entrance steps, with dog

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Cabana exterior

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Dining room IV

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Ocean terrace I

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Mrs. Hinrich's bedroom

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Miss Hinrich's bedroom II

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Cabana interior

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Guest house, south bedroom II

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Living room, detail of fishing rods

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Ship model, detail II

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Entrance facade II

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Ocean facade, and guest house

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Ocean facade, general 1 p.m.

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Miss Hinrich's bedroom I

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Guest house, bedroom, north I

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Entrance terrace, looking toward guest house

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Miss Hinrich, at desk

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Living room, to dining room

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Guest house, entrance door

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Ocean terrace II

Hans Hinrichs, residence in Quogue, Long Island, New York. Garage

Dr. Marvin Hans performs tubal insufflation (Rubin) test ... / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Weiss, residence on Riverside Dr. To TV panel, open

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Weiss, residence on Riverside Dr. To TV panel, closed

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Weiss, residence on Riverside Dr. From living room, to study

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Weiss, residence on Riverside Dr. From study, to living room

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Weiss, residence on Riverside Dr. To sofa over table

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Weiss, residence on Riverside Dr. To cabinet over table

[ Danny Kaye, at right, sits at table with other men beneath chandelier in house of Hans Christian Anderson]

[ Danny Kaye lies in bed of Hans Christian Anderson and holds open umbrella]

German Ambassador bades goodbye to newsmen. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. Leaving the State Department today after paying a farewell call on Secretary of State Cordell Hull, German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff bids goodbye to the newspaper reporters, many of whom have become his friend since covering the German Embassy during the recent German-Czech crisis. Ambassador Dieckhoff plans to sail for Germany on the Europa next Friday night

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