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[Garden monument when heated by the sun brings water to a boil generating steam which causes sound to issue from pipes like an organ; shows statue, possibly of Hero of Alexandria]

[Hero's miraculous altar]

[A popular hero, Shibaraku]

Miss V-gh-n [and] the American hero

The American hero: a sapphick ode by Nath. Niles. A. M. Norwich, (Connecticut) October 1775.

The desponding hero of the Coldstream - a military madrigal

The way to keep him, or the female flagellants attacking the platonic hero at the Richmond Theatre / designed by Whim ; exectued by Satire.

Hero of the Wabash

Hero's recruiting at Kelsey's; - or- Guard-Day at St. James's / Js. Gy. ad vivam fect.

To be performed at the Brattle Street Church on Wednesday, February 19, 1800 Ode I. From Vernon's Mount behold the Hero rise! ... Ode II. That matchless form which aw'd the world ... [Boston] From the Chronicle-Press by R. Rhoades. [1800].

The journey of a modern hero, to the island of Elba

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

Genl. Andrew Jackson: the hero of New Orleans

Hero's Quick Step

General Z. Taylor: the hero of the Rio Grande

The little hero

The little hero

The hero of Lucknow, presented to the "Albion" subscribers, New York, 1859 / drawn and engraved by A.H. Ritchie.

Major Gen. Grant, the hero of Fort Donelson

The dying hero's request. By A. Anderson. Tune, as sung to Poor old slave. Harris, Printer, Phila. 1862

Major-General Ulysses S. Grant, U.S.A., the hero of Fort Donelson [Half-lgth., standing, (6)]

Our hero's of 1848 and 1865

J. L. Heywood, the "hero" of Northfield Bank, killed Sept. 7th, 1876

Our hero

The hero of Antietam. Gen. George B. McClellan

"See, the conquering hero comes!" / Keppler.

Rear Adm. Geo. Dewey, the hero of Manila

The hero of the new era / Keppler.

[The hero returned]

Statue of John Burns (the hero of Gettysburg), Pa.

Motor Cycle Ambulance -- Hero Land

Howitzer at Hero Land

Honoring the soldier who lived and died a hero - Caisson bearing Gen. Lawton's remains, on the Luneta, Manila, P.I.

Some deserving candidates for the hero fund / Ehrhart.

Our hero. Equestrian in the dress of a rough rider occupying the foreground

HERO, A., JR., GENERAL

Alone! At last alone! Hero in love and war

A startling melodrama, A ragged hero by Maurice J. Fielding.

"To Virginia was reserved the honor of producing the hero, Geo. Washington" - Pres. Roosevelt, Jamestown Exposition

A fallen hero

The battleship "HAMIDEH" bombarding the Greek and the Serbian transports opposite the coast of Albania, [with insert of the hero Ra-Uf Bey]

An Irish hero! ... Sergeant Michael O'Leary, V.C. ... Join an Irish regiment to-day / David Allen & Sons Ltd., 40, Great Brunswick St., Dublin.

Hero land, or, over the top with Uncle Sam and his allies / A. Rapeño, Paris.

Hero land / J. Carl Mueller.

Hero land The greatest spectacle the world has ever seen for the greatest need the world has ever known / / J. Carl Mueller.

Why not meet us in Hero Land? At the Belgian Children's Milk Fund Opening November 24 at the Grand Central Palace / / Sherwood 1917.

Hero land! Grand Central Palace, Nov. 24 - Dec. 12. Admission 50 cents

Hero land The greatest spectacle the world has ever seen for the greatest need the world has ever known / / J. Carl Mueller.

Maj. Gen. Andrew Hero Jr., Chief of Coast Artillery, 1/22/26

[Calvin Coolidge, head and shoulders, facing right, at base of the marble shaft erected to memory of the hero dead, in front of State, Navy and War Dept., dedicating memorial to heroes of First Division, American Expeditionary Forces]

U.S.A. Dunbar, the sculptor, presents Pres. Coolidge with a statue of Walter Johnson, Hero of the Nationals [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Pay tribute to Revolutionary hero. Dr. Ladislas Wroblewski, Minister from Poland at the base of the statue of Tadeusz Kosciusko, [...] famous Polish-American patriot, on the 178th ann[...] birth, February, 12th. The ceremony was under [...] Sons of the Revolution in the District of Columbia

Pay tribute to Revolutionary hero. The Sons of the Revolution, in the District paid tribute to Taduesz Kosciusko, famous Pol[...] today, February, 12th by placing a wreath at t[...] this revolutionary hero, commemorating the 178 [...] his birth. The photo shows Captain Evan W. S[...] Chaplain, offering a short prayer. On his left [...] Wroblewski, Polish Minister, who laid the wreath

[President Coolidge and Thomas Lee, Mississippi River hero, full-length portrait, standing, shaking hands]

President Coolidge presents Congressional Medal of Honor to sailor Hero. William Russel Huber, Machinist Mate, First Class, United States Navy, receiving from President Coolidge today the Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to him for an act of outstanding heroism. After a boiler explosion on the U.S.S. Bruce last June 11, Huber rescued shipmates and then succeed in closing off the steampipes at the risk of his own life. In the picture at extreme left is Admiral Charles F. Hughes, Chief of Naval Operations, while on the right is Secretary of the Navy Curtis D. Wilbur

New Chief of the Coast Artillery sworn in. Major General John N. Gulick, center, who was sworn in today as Chief of the United States Coast Artillery. He succeeds Major General Andrew Hero Jr. Left to right, Captain Frank E. Taylor, of the Militia Bureau, General Gulick, and General Hero

President Hoover presents Congressional Medal of Honor to World War hero. Michael Valente, formerly Private, Company D, 107th infantry, 27th Division during the World War, receiving from President Hoover the Congressional Medal of Honor at the White House today. Valente receives the medal for bravery while in Hindenberg Line during the World War. He enlisted at Ogdensburg, N.Y., but is now a resident of Long Beach, N.Y.

Day tribute to Admiral Dewey of Navy Day. Members of the Military and Naval Order of the Spanish-American War paid tribute to Admiral Dewey today, Navy Day, at Washington Cathedral, where the hero of Manila Bay is buried. In the center of group, left to right: Capt. J.R. Roeside, representing the Navy; Col, Robert L. Longstreet of the Army; and Rev. George F. Dudley, who conducted the services

Charles Weidman and Martha Graham as "The Hero's Inner Self" …

Polish Minister and party fly to Savannah, GA., to honor Gen. Pulaski on 150th anniversary of death. The Polish Minister to the United States, Hon. Tytus Filipowicz and the American Minister to Poland John B. Stetson, with a party of friends left Washington by plane today for Savannah, GA., to attend ceremonies commemorating the 150th anniversary of the death of Brig. Gen. Casimir Pulaski, hero of the siege of Savannah. In the photograph, left to right: Commander Louis Sable, French Naval Attache; Colonel Laborski; Polish Minister Filipowicz; Viktor Padoski, first secretary of Polish Legation; Waclaw Sicrosjowski, Polish author; and John B. Stotson, American Minister to Poland

War mothers honor unknown soldier. The 81 Missouri war mothers who have just returned from a pilgimage to the graves of their hero sons in France, paid tribute at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier upon their arrival in Washington. Gen. John J. Pershing, a native of Missouri, assisted them in the ceremony

War mothers honor unknown soldier. The 81 Missouri war mothers who have just returned from a pilgimage to the graves of their hero sons in France, paid tribute at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier upon their arrival in Washington. Gen. John J. Pershing, a native of Missouri, assisted them in the ceremony. Left to right: Mrs. Ida Owen, Mrs. Clara Kennedy, Mrs. Kate Thompson and Gen. Pershing

Stamps honoring Pulaski issued. Postmaster General Brown presents Polish Ambassador Tytus Filipowicz with the first sheet of stamps just issued by the Post Office Department in honor of Gen. Casimir Pulaski, the noted Polish patriot and hero of the American Revolution. 1/31

Trials of the hero

Rep. Royal Johnson before House Ways and Means Committee on bonus. Rep. Royal Johnson, of South Dakota and a World War hero himself, appeared before the House Ways and Means Committee today to voice his opposition against payment of the soldiers bonus

Sergeant Mike Donaldson. Hero of World War who selected unknown soldier at unknown soldier's tomb of Arlington Armistice Day. 11/11/35

Hero's funeral. Funeral rites for Maj. Gen. Adolphus Washington Greely, 91-year-old hero of battlefield and Arctic exploration, held at Arlington National Cemetery. Gen. Greely headed the tragic expedition into the north which cost the lives of 18 men in a party of 25. He later was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. 10/22/35

Admiral Sims grave, Arlington National Cemetery, VA, Oct. 1.Another American hero goes to his final resting place, the grave of Admiral William S. Sims, U.N.N. retired, banked high with floral tributes photographed after impressive final rites were conducted here

"A hero is born" A romantic musical by Theresa Holburn - based on an original story by Andrew Lang : Music by A. Lehman Engel - lyrics by Agnes Morgan / / Halls.

War Mothers observe Mother's Day at Tomb of Unknown Soldier. Washington, D.C., May 9. Scene at the Tomb of America's Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery today as thousand of war mothers from all parts of the country paid tribute to the world war hero in observance of Mother's Day. The services were conducted under the auspices of the American War Mothers at their thirteenth annual Mother's Day ceremonies, 5/9/1937

PRESIDENT LAUDS POLISH HERO. WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 11. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT LED THE NATION'S POLISH-AMERICAN CITIZENS AND OTHERS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY IN CELEBRATING PULASKI DAY WHEN HE SPOKE OVER THE RADIO FROM THE WHITE HOUSE TO LAUD THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR EXPLOITS OF THE POLISH CAVALRY HERO, GEN. CASIMIR PULASKI

Horse and buggy which is used for carrying mail at South Hero. Grand Isle County, Vermont

War heroes to speak to war workers. A heroine of Bataan and a hero of Midway meet at the Capitol to join in Pearl Harbor Day ceremonies. Lieutenant Mary Lohr, Army nurse, of Greenburg, Pennsylvania, recently awarded the Royal Blue Ribbon for gallant service at Bataan, and Lieutenant Robert L. Laub of Richland, Missouri, who received the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism as torpedo bomber pilot in the Battle of Midway, will speak to war workers in about 1800 war plants on December 7. They were selected by the War Production Drive Headquarters of the War Production Board (WPB) to participate with Honorable Joseph C. Grew, former ambassador to Japan, in personal messages for transcription as a feature of Pearl Harbor Day observance, which is being held under auspices of war production Labor-Management Committees

Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel) at work on a drawing of a grinch, the hero of his forthcoming book, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

Grave of movie actor and war hero Audie Murphy at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia

[South Corridor, Second Floor. Mural depicting Greek Hero Jason, by Walter McEwen Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[South Corridor, Second Floor. Mural depicting Greek Hero Bellerophon, by Walter McEwen Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

This tribute to Texas hero Sam Houston was designed and constructed by artist David Adickes, who dedicated the statue to the City of Huntsville, Texas on October 22, 1994

The Commodore Perry Estate home (but NOT that of THE Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, hero of the Battle of Lake Erie), in Austin, Texas

This statue of James Bowie, a hero at the Battle of the Alamo is by sculptor William M. McVey. It was placed in downtown Texarkana, Texas, in 1936 as part of the celebration of Texas's centennial

The dying hero's request. Tune.- Poor old slave

Republican Senators honor birth of Ethan Allen. Washington, D.C., Jan. 11. Republican members of Congress from Vermont paid tribute to Ethan Allen, Revolutionary hero, today on the 200th anniversary of his birth. They are shown placing a wreath at the statue of Allen in Statuary Hall. Left to right: Senator Ernest Gibson; Senator Warren R. Austin, and Rep. Charles A. Plumley

Now on exhibition, the celebrated blood hounds. Here and spot. the monster blood hound hero ... Don't fail to see them!.

Our left. Dedicated to the Maryland hero, Gen. Arnold Elzey, C. S. A. Baltimore, Oct. 20, 1861

Panay hero receives Navy Cross. Washington, D.C., July 1. Fireman first class John L. Hodge, who is recuperating at Naval Hospital here, was today decorated with the Navy Cross for the bravery he displayed during the sinking of the U.S. gunboat Panay by Japanese bombs last year. Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison is pictured pinning the award on the Bluejacket. It was hodge who carried Jim Marshall, staff writer for Collier's injured in the bombing, from the scene of the sinking vessel to Wuhu, China, a distance of about 17 miles, 7/1/38

Saw ye my hero, George, and Battle of Bunker Hill. Sold wholesale and retail, by L. Deming, No. 62 Hanover Street, Boston, and at Middlebury, Vt

Star of the North, or, Potomac's young hero! By A. Anderson. Tune- Continental march. Harris, Printer, ... Phila. September, 1863

The hero of Neptune. By B. Danforth

Birthday of confederate hero observed. Washington, D.C., June 4. The 130th anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis, president of the short lived war, was observed at the Capitol today when Miss Imogene Smith, President of the Charles M. Stedman Children of the Confederacy, placed a wreath at his statue. On the left is Senator Walter F. George, of Georgia. Mrs. Walter D. Lamar, National President, Daughters of the Confederacy. Stands on the right, 6/4/38

Island House, South side of U.S. Route 2 at intersection of road to Allen's Point, South Hero, Grand Isle County, VT

Our hero's reign. By Anna W. Spencer, of Rhode Island. Air--The dearest place on earth to me is home

Navy gets original commission of John Paul Jones. Washington, D.C., March 12. The orginal commission of John Paul Jones, as captian in the United States Navy, dated October 10, 1776, and issued under authority of the Continental Congress with signature of John Hancock as its president was presented to the Secretary of Navy Charles Edison today. Capt. H.A. Baldridge, U.S.N. retired, curator of the U.S. Naval Academy Museum, presented the valuable document to the secretary on behalf of the owner, John L. Senior of Glen Acres, Roxbury, Conn. who was not able to be present. The commission will be placed in the crypt of the Revolutionary War hero at the Naval Academy. Left to right: Admiral H.R. Stark, Chief of Naval Operations; Capt. H.A. Baldridge; Capt. Dudley Knox, Chief of Naval Records and Library; and Secretary Edison, 3-12-40

Major Robt. Anderson, the hero of Fort Sumter

We weep for our hero; Gen. U. S. Grant

We weep for our hero; Gen. U. S. Grant

We weep for our hero; Gen. U. S. Grant

We weep for our hero; Gen. U. S. Grant

Our hero

Our hero

Our hero