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Plano del Puerto de Sn. Luis de Apra en la Ysla de Guahan de las Marianas, por las corbetas del Rey Descubierta y Atrevida, año de 1794.

Thomas Jefferson to Luis de Onis, November 4, 1809

[Luis G. Osollo, bust portrait, facing front]

Luis Molina to Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln, Wednesday, May 29, 1861 (Accepts invitation)

[General José Luis Blasio, half-length portrait, seated, facing front]

In the market place, San Luis Potosi

[Street and cargador, San Luis Potosi, Mexico]

[Water carriers at the fountain, San Luis Potosi]

Fountain in front of the curch, Guadaloupe [i.e. church, San Luis Potosi]

Alameda, San Luis Potosi, The

Aguadors [water carriers] at the fountain, San Luis Potosi

Group in the market place, San Luis Potosi

A street in San Luis Potosi, the cargador

Church of Carmen, San Luis Potosi, Mexico

Water carriers at the fountain, San Luis Potosi

Street in San Luis Potosi

In the market place, San Luis Potosi

Aguadors [water carriers] at the fountain, San Luis Potosi

In the market place, San Luis Potosi

Aguador [water carrier] with cart, San Luis Potosi

Approach to San Luis Potosi, Mexico

Luis Martinetti /

[Mexico - Railroad scenes: Mexican Central Railroad Station, San Luis Potosi]

On "La Union" sugar plantation, San Luis, Santiago Province, Cuba

[Father O'Kief and two other monks standing under dilapidated arch of the old Spanish mission church, San Luis Rey, California]

Luis Angel Firpo

Luis Firpo [and his handlers: G. Widmer, A. Mayer, J. DeForest]

[Church of Santisima Virgen del Consuelo. Elevation, plan, transverse section, and longitudinal section] / Luis G. Ohera, arquitecto.

Prince Luis Fernando

Luis Calvo

[Father O'Kief, a monk, posed full-length, standing at bottom of brick steps of the old Spanish mission church, San Luis Rey, California]

Luis Herrera

CHURION, LUIS. HONORABLE

Don Luis Terrazas of Mexico

Senor Rodriguez -- Luis Rodriguez -- Senor Gandara

Gen. Count Luis Cadorna

Luis Peredo

Riccardo Vasquez, Luis D'Antin, Oscar E. Duplin [i.e., Duplan], Francisco Paredo [i.e., Peredo], Luis Peredo, E. Arredondo, Jose Arredondo

[Prince Luis Fernando D'Orleans]

Gen. Luis Blanco & staff

[Manuel Luis Quezon, (right), shaking hands with C. A. Dewitt]

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, OFFICIALS, ETC. LUIS GALVAN, 1ST SECRETARY, DOMINICAN LEGATION; J.M. SULLIVAN, U.S. MINISTER; EDWARDO R. SOLER, MINISTER TO U.S.

ELGUERO, LUIS. DELEGATE FROM MEXICO

Luis Cabrera

CABRERA, LUIS OF MEXICO

CABRERA, LUIS OF MEXICO

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. GONZALES V. BULNES AND LUIS IZQUIERDO, OF CHILE; AGUSTO VILLAMIEVO, RICARDO D. ALDAO, AND JUAN GARCIA, OF ARGENTINE

Luis Izquierdo, Augusto Villanueva, Henry P. Fletcher, W.D. Straight

The health of the child is the power of the nation Children's year, April 1918 - April 1919 / / F. Luis Mora.

Free milk for France / F. Luis Mora.

Don't let up - Keep on saving food / F. Luis Mora.

Food for France / F. Luis Mora.

Morale hastens victory - back up the boys over there United War Work Campaign, Nov. 11th - 18th / / F. Luis Mora.

Children of Senor [...] Luis Galvan, Dominican Republic

Pan Amer. Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, June 2-6, 1919, Dr. Luis Harroste Toledo, Guatemala, 1919

Galvan, Dr. Luis, funeral

Galvan, Dr. Luis, funeral

Galvan, Dr. Luis, funeral

Dr. Luis Razetti

Luis Firpo [and handlers] 4/12/23

Luis Firpo at Argentine Embassy, [7/25/24]

Luis F. Corea, candidate for the [Presidency?] of Nicaragua and former Minister to U.S. from the country

Luis Firpo & Honorio Pueyrredon, Argentine ambassador, 7/25/[24]

Luis Firpo & Ambassador Pueyrredon, 7/25/[24]

[Manuel Luis Quezon, (center), with representatives from the Philippine Independence Mission]

Luis Firpo at Argentine Embassy, 7/25/[24]

Julia Pueyrredon, Luis Firpo, & Romana Lalevre, 7/25/[24]

Eduardo Monedo & Luis M. Monrones of Mexico

Hannibal Price (left) Secy. of [...] and Luis Brogan, Minister from Honduras, [snap?] given by Dr. Leo S. Rowe, Director of the Pan [...] in honor of the new ministers from Haiti and Honduras

San Luis Rey mission

Luis N. Morones

[Group at Samuel Gompers Memorial. Left to right: John P. Frey, Arthur O. Wharton, Santiago Iglesias, Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, William Green, Luis Morones, Frank Morrison, Philip Murray, and John L. Lewis. Washington, D.C.]

[Luis Quinones Aymard, Guanica, Puerto Rico]

Luis N. Morones

Takes command at Spanish Embassy, Washington, D.C., Sept. 12. Senor Enrique Carlos de la casa, consul of Spain at San Francisco, today took command of the Spanish Embassy here, following the resignation of Ambassador Senor Don Luis Calderon. The retiring Ambassador announced that he had transmitted the papers and control to Casa last night and would leave the United States within a few days

Eroded field. San Luis Obispo County, California

New Spanish Ambassador assumes his duties. Washington, D.C., Oct. 8. The new envoy from Spain to the United States, Prof. Fernando De Los Rios, was at his desk bright and early today after assuming his post in Washington. President of the University of Madrid, Prof. De Los Rios succeeds Luis Calderon, who resigned because he was not in sympathy with the new Spanish government

This man is a labor contractor in the pea fields of California. "One-Eye" Charlie gives his views. "I'm making my living off of these people (migrant laborers) so I know the conditions." San Luis Obispo County, California

Migrant camp in California during the pea harvesting. San Luis Obispo County, California

California desert mountains. San Luis Obispo County

Pea pickers at work. San Luis Obispo County, California

This pumping plant for irrigation is powered by a natural gas engine which operates at about half the cost of electricity. Tulare County, California. Butane (natural gas in tanks) as a source of power on small farms is in Tulare, Kern, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Barbara Counties, California

This pumping plant for irrigation is powered by a natural gas engine which operates on cost of about 1/2 the cost of electricity, Tulare County, California. Butane (natural gas in tanks) as a source of power on small farms is being developed by the Farm Security Administration Rural Rehabilitation Program in Tulare, Kern, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties, California

Howard Crowder feeds a litter of pigs raised on his homestead at San Luis Valley Farms, Alamosa, Colorado

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crowder and daughter, resettlement clients. San Luis Valley, Colorado

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Picking potatoes in San Luis Valley, Rio Grande County, Colorado

San Luis Creek, Fremont County, Colorado

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Spanish-American rehabilitation clients working in the field of their farm near San Luis, Colorado

San Luis Obispo County, California. Cowboy coming in from the hills

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Grain threshing outfit in operation on San Luis Valley Farms, Colorado

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Alamosa (vicinity), Colorado, San Luis Valley Farms. Children of resettlement families playing near the community building in the schoolyard

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Grain harvest, San Luis Valley Farms, Alamosa, Colorado

Farmstead on San Luis Valley Farms, Colorado

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