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Variations brillantes sur l'air favori "Happy land"

Happy little chicks

The Happy Medium

Happy home

Happy New Year to you

Happy days of childhood

Happy and free. Sad and weary

Happy as the day's long

Happy farmer

Happy home above

The Happy nig's schottish

Happy in Immanuel's love

Happy children singing

Happy should we be

Troby homestead in Happy Hollow, southeast of Ansley, Custer County, Nebraska

Happy autumn hours

[Five knights' helmets, unhappy to happy]

[Happy Valley, Llandudno, Wales]

[Happy Valley, Tunbridge Wells, England]

Happy New Year

[Happy Valley, Llandudno, Wales]

Happy Laundry Girls

Happy Laundry Girls

Happy John

"A Happy Home in Alaska"

Happy Hollow, Hot Springs, Ark.

McLeod's cabin, Happy Hollow, Hot Springs, Ark.

A Happy new year!

Happy Hooligan it is to laugh : nothing but fun.

Happy Romanies

Happy days / Gertrude Käsebier.

A glimpse in Happy Valley Cemetery--Hong Kong, China

Happy Hooligan it is to laugh : nothing but fun.

Happy as the day is long

A Happy family

[Happy days, a portrait of the photographer's grandson Charles O'Malley]

The fun factory, Happy Hooligan all new.

Happy Jack and wife

Happy Hooligan the all fun show : all new.

Happy and healthy after his bear hunt - President Roosevelt returning to Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Happy Hollow from Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark.

Happy Hooligan's trip around the world the big scenic musical comedy.

Happy childhood--delightful hours in the nursery playroom

Happy new year! / Albert Levering.

Wishing you a Happy New Year -- 1908 / F.

Happy childhood - bright eyes and faces in the day nursery

Mrs. O.C. Coolican taking the fence on Happy Days, her entry in the National Capital Horse Show, opening in Washington, May 14th

Happy Walker Orchestra (Arlington)

Happy Walker's Orchestra

Happy new year!

Donald Mallick, ("Happy"), 203 King Street. 9 years of age, selling newspapers 5 years. Average earnings 35 cents a week. Sells from choice. Father, rivet driver, $20 weekly. "Happy" is well known character in town. When first interviewed gave story of sleeping in broken buildings and lots at night. Found out in streets at 11 P.M. at night pitching pennies and working "last paper" scheme. Flips cars and has sister who is 8 years of age who begs and sells papers. Boy very imaginative, and when last seen had a rusty 5 inch knife which he said he found and was playing with same in gutter. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Wilmington, Del. May, 1910. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Donald Mallick, ("Happy"), 203 King Street. 9 years of age, selling newspapers 5 years. Average earnings 35 cents a week. Sells from choice. Father, rivet driver, $20 weekly. "Happy" is well known character in town. When first interviewed gave story of sleeping in broken buildings and lots at night. Found out in streets at 11 P.M. at night pitching pennies and working "last paper" scheme. Flips cars and has sister who is 8 years of age who begs and sells papers. Boy very imaginative, and when last seen had a rusty 5 inch knife which he said he found and was playing with same in gutter. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Wilmington, Del. May, 1910. Location: Wilmington, Delaware Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Donald Mallick, ("Happy"), 203 King Street. 9 years of age, selling newspapers 5 years. Average earnings 35 cents a week. Sells from choice. Father, rivet driver, $20 weekly. "Happy" is well known character in town. When first interviewed gave story of sleeping in broken buildings and lots at night. Found out in streets at 11 P.M. at night pitching pennies and working "last paper" scheme. Flips cars and has sister who is 8 years of age who begs and sells papers. Boy very imaginative, and when last seen had a rusty 5 inch knife which he said he found and was playing with same in gutter. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Wilmington, Del. May, 1910. Location: Wilmington, Delaware Photo by Lewis W. Hine

[Donald Mallick, ("Happy"), 203 King Street. 9 years of age, selling newspapers 5 years. Average earnings 35 cents a week. Sells from choice. Father, rivet driver, $20 weekly. "Happy" is well known character in town. When first interviewed gave story of sleeping in broken buildings and lots at night. Found out in streets at 11 P.M. at night pitching pennies and working "last paper" scheme. Flips cars and has sister who is 8 years of age who begs and sells papers. Boy very imaginative, and when last seen had a rusty 5 inch knife which he said he found and was playing with same in gutter. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Wilmington, Del. May, 1910.] Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Happy Walker's Orchestra

[Donald Mallick, ("Happy"), 203 King Street. 9 years of age, selling newspapers 5 years. Average earnings 35 cents a week. Sells from choice. Father, rivet driver, $20 weekly. "Happy" is well known character in town. When first interviewed gave story of sleeping in broken buildings and lots at night. Found out in streets at 11 P.M. at night pitching pennies and working "last paper" scheme. Flips cars and has sister who is 8 years of age who begs and sells papers. Boy very imaginative, and when last seen had a rusty 5 inch knife which he said he found and was playing with same in gutter. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Wilmington, Del. May, 1910.] Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Happy Mose

Happy but thoughtless. The messenger service is poor training for him. (Works for Dime Messenger Service). Location: [Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia]

[Joel Baggs he sez, sez he: Here's wishin' you all a Merry Christmas 'nd a hull lot o' Happy New Years]

Happy Hooligan. Art is long, but Happy is unlucky! F. Opper

Happy Heinie march

Happy tho' married

Woman's Union. Happy Girls Club. Working girls in foreground. School girls behind. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

[Eddie Murphy, John "Shano" Collins, Joe Jackson, Happy Felsch, and Nemo Leibold, Chicago AL at 1917 World Series (baseball)]

[Eddie Murphy, John "Shano" Collins, Joe Jackson, Happy Felsch, and Nemo Leibold, Chicago AL at 1917 World Series (baseball)]

[Happy Felsch, Chicago AL (baseball)]

[Oscar "Happy" Felsch, Chicago AL (baseball)]

[Oscar "Happy" Felsch, Chicago AL (baseball)]

[Happy Walker's Madrillion Society Orchestra, Washington, D.C.]

Happy Walker

Happy Walker

Happy days (self-portrait)

Al Smith is given warm greeting by Navy [...] when he calls on Secretary of Navy Adams. Work was practically at a standstill today at the Navy Department in Washington when former Governor Al Smith called on Secretary of the Navy Charles Francis Adams, asking the advice of Navy Engineers in the construction of mooring mast on new Empire State Building in New York. The Happy Warrior is shown besieged by admirers as he left the Navy Building after the conference with the secretary. In the right foreground (with derby) is William F. Kenney, who accompanied former Governor Smith to Washington

Song portion of "Happy Days are Here Again". First page of sheet music

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT CORNERSTONE CEREMONIES. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 16. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAS IN A HAPPY MOOD TODAY AS HE ATTENDED THE LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE CEREMONIES OF THE NEW $12,000,000 INTERIOR BUILDING. THE PRESIDENT IS HOLDING THE THE TROWEL USED BY GEORGE WASHINGTON WHEN HE LAYED THE CORNERSTONE OF THE U.S. CAPITOL IN 1793

Elder Michaux, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

Elder Michaux for U. Mine Workers Fund, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

MOVIE FOLK LUNCHEON GUESTS AT WHITE HOUSE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. THE MOVIE STARS THAT ARE IN WASHINGTON TO HELP CELEBRATE THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY PARTY WERE LUNCHEON GUESTS OF MRS. ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. THEY MET THE PRESIDENT AND ALL WISHED HIM A HAPPY BIRTHDAY. L TO R: FREDERICK JAGEL, METROPOLITAN OPERA TENOR; MISS MARSHA HUNT; ROBERT TAYLOR; MISS MARIA GAMBERELLI, DANCER; MRS. F.D. ROOSEVELT; MISS JEAN HARLOW; MISS MITZI GREEN; AND COMMISSIONER GEORGE ALLEN ON THE PORTICO OF THE WHITE HOUSE

Elder Michaux, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

PRESIDENT RECEIVES CCC ESSAY WINNER. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 6. WINNER OF THE NATIONAL ESSAY CONTEST CONDUCTED BY 'HAPPY DAYS', OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS, P.J. O'DONNELL, CCC COMPANY 1161 OF WOONSOCKET, RI, WAS PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT RECEIVES FIRST BUDDY POPPY. WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 6. TODAY WAS HAPPY ONE FOR LITTLE FOUR-YEAR-OLD RUTH JOYCE BRADISH AS SHE PINNED THE FIRST BUDDY POPPY OF 1937 ON PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE. THE SALE OF BUDDY POPPIES IS CONDUCTED ANNUALLY DURING THE WEEK OF MEMORIAL DAY BY THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS FOR THE PURPOSE OF RAISING RELIEF WORK FUNDS. LITTLE RUTH IS THE DAUGHTER OF A DECEASED EX-SERVICEMAN AND WAS BROUGHT TO WASHINGTON FOR THE PRESENTATION FROM THE VFW HOME FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF EX-SERVICEMEN, EATON RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

Elder Michaux, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

Elder Michaux for Labors [...] partisan, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

Elder Michaux, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

Elder Michaux, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

Elder Michaux, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

[PRESIDENT RECEIVES FIRST BUDDY POPPY. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 6. TODAY WAS HAPPY ONE FOR LITTLE FOUR-YEAR-OLD RUTH JOYCE BRADISH AS SHE PINNED THE FIRST BUDDY POPPY OF 1937 ON PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE. THE SALE OF BUDDY POPPIES IS CONDUCTED ANNUALLY DURING THE WEEK OF MEMORIAL DAY BY THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS FOR THE PURPOSE OF RAISING RELIEF WORK FUNDS. LITTLE RUTH IS THE DAUGHTER OF A DECEASED EX-SERVICEMAN AND WAS BROUGHT TO WASHINGTON FOR THE PRESENTATION FROM THE VFW HOME FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF EX-SERVICEMEN, EATON RAPIDS, MICHIGAN]

Elder Michaux, [Happy News Cafe, 1727 7th St.]

Home in "Happy Hollow," better residential district of Omaha, Nebraska

Home in "Happy Hollow," better residential district of Omaha, Nebraska

Clover Hill, Lenoir vic., Happy Valley, Caldwell County, North Carolina

Clover Hill, Lenoir vic., Happy Valley, Caldwell County, North Carolina

Clover Hill, Lenoir vic., Happy Valley, Caldwell County, North Carolina

Clover Hill, Lenoir vic., Happy Valley, Caldwell County, North Carolina

'HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 11. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT WAS 55 YEARS OLD TODAY BUT IT WAS JUST 'ANOTHER DAY' TO THE FIRST LADY. ONE EXCEPTION IN HER REGULAR DAILY ROUTINE OF TEAS, LUNCHEONS AND LECTURES WAS THE TRADITIONAL FAMILY CELEBRATION WITH A BIRTHDAY CAKE, BUT SOMEBODY PRESENTED AN ORCHID. WE THINK IT SUITS HER

War Production Board (WPB) poster. "Slap Happy Jap." This life-size figure of "Slap Happy Jap" has been created by the "Quicker for Victory" campaign of the labor-management committee in the Cleveland warehouse plant. He appears in different departments with varying messages to spur production

V.P. PENSIVE AS PRESIDENT IS HAPPY OVER RECEPTION AT JACKSON DAY DINNER. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 8. VICE PRESIDENT GARNER SEEMED PENSIVE IN THIS PICTURE AS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ACKNOWLEDGES WITH A SMILE THE TUMULTUOUS GREETING EXTENDED HIM ON ARRIVAL AT THE $100 A PLATE JACKSON DAY DINNER IN WASHINGTON TONIGHT. THE PRESIDENT IS ON THE ARM OF HIS SON, FRANKLIN D., JR.

An American flying squadron in India. Just like home. The boys pitch to and go after the roast duck and vittles. Note the white tablecloth and flowers which is the custom at dinner in the "Hump Happy Tavern." Left to right are: Lieutenant R.J. Fruda, West Palm Beach, Florida; Lieutenant Joe H. Deer of Corpus Christi, Texas. Captain John B. Wilson of Deer Lodge, Montana; Captain Richard J. Gately of Roslyn Heights, Long Island, New York and Lieutenant Richard J. Taylor of Redlands, California

Hitler's helpmates. Adolf has only the most complimentary things to say about Mrs. Miranda Glucose. She has simply captivated him with her Axis-crable behavior. When the possibility of sugar rationing was first mentioned, this far-sighted lady bought up enough sugar to feed twenty-five American families for the next six years. And now that the rationing order has been put into effect, she is deliberately breaking the law by not telling the government about the secret stores. Happy diabetes, Miranda

An American flying squadron in India. Jive to "My Mamma Done Tole Me" makes "Happy Tavern" seem like home for a group of American pilots in India. Lieutenant L.D. Putnam of Portland, Oregon starts the session while other pilots applaud his rug-cutting. The pilots are members of an India-China ferry command, transporting supplies in and out of China