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Lines in commemoration of the death of Sarah M. Cornell. Sung by Mrs. John Thomas. On the death of Sarah Marian Cornell, supposed to have been murdered by the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery. In December last at Tiverton, Rhode Island. The body was found

Marian Griswold Nevins

Lake Marian, Humboldt Mts., Nev / T. H. O'Sullivan, phot.

Lake Marian, Humboldt Mts. / T. H. O'Sullivan, phot.

Lake Marian, Humboldt, Nevada / T. H. O'Sullivan, phot.

Marian Mordunut?

Telegram from Alexander Graham Bell to Marian Bell Fairchild, February 15, 1885

[Alexander Graham Bell with his wife Mabel and daughters Elsie (left) and Marian (Daisy)]

[Marian Hubbard "Daisy" Bell and Elsie May Bell with governess]

[Marian Hubbard "Daisy" Bell, three-quarter length portrait, at eight years of age, standing, facing left, with dog]

Emperor of Norfolk: By Norfolk, dam Marian by Malcom

Marian "Daisy" Bell, left, and Elsie May Bell, right, standing, with an unidentified friend, seated

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Marian Bell Fairchild, April 29, 1897

Marian MacDowell in the woods near the log cabin studio

Marian Zdsiechowski

Marian Warring-Manley

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Marian Bell Fairchild, February 15, 1901

Telegram from Alexander Graham Bell to Marian Bell Fairchild, November 5, 1903

FRIENDSHIP CHARITY FETE. MRS. EMERSON; MISS DURYEA; MARIAN CRAWFORD; MARY C. McCAULEY

Marian A. Spratt

Marian Vogdes "Miss San Diego"

Marian Viera - 101 Columbia St., Doffer - Says he gets $7.74 a week. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

Marian F. Walker, May [i.e. Mary] McCormick, Lt. G.L. Sullivan

Fania Mindell, Harold Hersey, Marian Bloom

Beatrice Wanger and Marian Berenger dancing

Margaret Crossen & Marian Drian

Mrs. W.M. Calder, Miss Marian Calder

Dunbarton College. Plaque for Marian field at Dunbarton College

[California woman is new member of U.S. Board of Appeals. Washington, D.C., July 29. Miss Marian Harron, of California, photographed at her desk shortly after taking the oath as a member of the United States Board of Appeals. Miss Harron is Democrat and succeeds another woman member Judge Annabel Matthews]

Marian Hepburn

Negro contralto and the great emancipator. Washington, D.C., April 9. Not since Shirley Temple visited Washington last year has anybody been photographed before the sculpture of Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial here. Here is Marian Anderson, singer, who gave an open air concert before the Memorial this afternoon after a high school and DAR auditorium had been refused her, standing before the dramatic statue of the man who freed her race, 4-9-39

Washington's prominent figures listen to Marian Anderson's singing. Washington, D.C., April 9. Behind Marian Anderson, the heroic statue of Lincoln; beside her, Cabinet members and Senators; before her a crowd of 75,000 black and white listeners. Left to right - Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morganthau, Mrs. Morganthau, Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes, [...] at the piano, Marian Anderson. 4-9-39

Interior Secretary Ickes congratulates Marian Anderson at concert. Washington, D.C., April 9. Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes, who introduced Marian Anderson at her open-air concert at the shrine of the president who freed her race from slavery, congratulating her after the concert to which an estimated 75,000 listened

Alabama's Supreme Court Justice and wife at negro singer's concert with Senator Sherman Minton. Washington, D.C., April 9. Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black, Mrs. Black, and Senator Sherman Minton talking together during intermission of Marian Anderson's open air concert at the Lincoln Memorial this afternoon, 4-9-39

Masses listen while negress sings. Washington, D.C., April 9. An estimated 75,000 people of all races massed before the Lincoln Memorial today while negro contralto Marian Anderson staged on of the most dramatic concerts seen in Washington. The concert was the culmination of the bitterest black-vs.-white contests since the World War. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt resigned the DAR because of their refusal to allow her to sing in their Constitution Hall here, 4-9-39

Marian MacDowell at the piano with Nina Maud Richardson

GIRL SCOUTS PREPARE LUNCHEON UNDER WATCHFUL EYES OF MRS. ROOSEVELT. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. ARRIVING EARLY AT THE GIRL SCOUTS LITTLE HOUSE WHERE SHE WAS HONOR GUEST AT A LUNCHEON TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT WATCHED THE YOUNGSTERS PREPARE THE FOOD THEY LATER SERVED AT THE MEAL. THE FIRST LADY'S VISIT HIGHLIGHTED GIRL SCOUT PARTICIPATION THROUGHTOUT THE COUNTRY IN THE OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL BETTER HOMES WEEK. SHOWN WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT, L TO R: SARAH DONALDSON; MARIAN FAEL; VIRGINIA STEELE; AND BETTY ROSSER

[Portrait of Marian Anderson]

Audience at concert given by Marian Anderson, Chicago, Illinois

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Audience at concert given by Marian Anderson, Chicago, Illinois

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. First Liberty Ship named for a Negro, the SS Booker T. Washington is shown at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards a short time before it was christened by Marian Anderson, the celebrated contralto. The cargo vessel was placed in command of Captain Hugh Mulzac, a Negro skipper.

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. The SS Booker T. Washington, first Liberty Ship named for a Negro is shown at the fitting-out pier a short time after it was launched at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards. Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto, christened the ship which was named for the noted Negro educator

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. The SS Booker T. Washington, first Liberty Ship named for a Negro is shown at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards. Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto, christened the ship which was named for the noted Negro educator

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto, christens the SS Booker T. Washington, first Liberty Ship named for a Negro, at the Wilmington yards of the California Shipbuilding Corporation on September 29, 1942. The ship was named for the noted Negro educator and founder of the Tuskegee Industrial Institute

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto, prepares to christen the SS Booker T. Washington, talks to two Negro workmen who helped construct the first Liberty Ship named for a Negro, at the Wilmington yards of the California Shipbuilding Corporation

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune, Director of Negro Affairs, National Youth Administration (NYA); Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto; and Dr. William J. Thompkins, Recorder of Deeds, Washington, D.C., congratulate Negro workmen who helped construct the SS Booker T. Washington, first Liberty Ship named for a Negro

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. The SS Booker T. Washington, first Liberty Ship named for a Negro is shown at the fitting-out pier a short time after it was launched at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards. Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto, christened the ship which was named for the noted Negro educator

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. First Liberty Ship named for a Negro, the SS Booker T. Washington is shown at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards a short time before it was christened by Marian Anderson, the celebrated contralto. The cargo vessel was placed in command of Captain Hugh Mulzac, a Negro skipper.

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. First Liberty Ship named for a Negro, the SS Booker T. Washington is shown at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards a short time before it was christened by Marian Anderson, the celebrated contralto. The cargo vessel was placed in command of Captain Hugh Mulzac, a Negro skipper

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune, Director of Negro Affairs, National Youth Administration (NYA); an identified member of the local committee; Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto; Dr. William J. Thompkins, Recorder of Deeds, Washington, D.C.; Reverend F.D. Jordon, Los Angeles; and Mrs. Portia Washington Pittman, only living daughter of Booker T. Washington, wave farewell as the Liberty Ship named for the great Negro educator and leader, slides down the ways at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards at Wilmington, California

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto, and Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune, Director of Negro Affairs, National Youth Administration (NYA), at the launching of the SS Booker T. Washington, first Liberty Ship named for a Negro, at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. The SS Booker T. Washington, first Liberty Ship named for a Negro is shown at the fitting-out pier a short time after it was launched at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards. Marian Anderson, celebrated contralto, christened the ship which was named for the noted Negro educator

"You Can't Do Business With Hitler." Rehearsal is underway for the radio show "You Can't Do Business With Hitler" written and produced by the radio section of the Office of War Information (OWI). At the microphone are (left to right) Sam Lauder, Marian Harvey (with back turned), Robert Pollard and Ilona Killian

Production. Launching of the SS Booker T. Washington. First Liberty Ship named for a Negro, the SS Booker T. Washington is shown at the California Shipbuilding Corporation's yards a short time before it was christened by Marian Anderson, the celebrated contralto. The cargo vessel was placed in command of Captain Hugh Mulzac, a Negro skipper.

Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Musician (second class) Wayman E. Hathcock, directs a double quartet from Camp Robert Smalls, Great Lakes Training Station, at the dedication of a mural commemorating Marian Anderson's free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium before a distinguished audience on January 6, 1943

[Marian Anderson shaking hands with woman at ceremony for the dedication of a mural commemorating Anderson's 1939 concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington D.C.]

Marian Anderson at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by her on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Oswego, New York. Miss Marian C. Mackin, executive secretary of the Oswego County chapter of the American Red Cross

Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Marian Anderson, noted contralto, sings a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural commemorating her free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium before a distinguished audience on January 6, 1943. On the platform, (L to R) are Charles Houston, acting Dean of Howard University Law School, who presented the mural; Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes who accepted it for the government, and Oscar Chapman, Assistant Secretary of Interior

Audience at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by Marian Anderson on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Miss Marian Price, eighteen years old, a garage mechanic for the Yellow Cab Company. She was formerly a busgirl at a cafeteria

Washington, D.C. Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in the United States Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert which she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of the American Revolution refused to allow her to sing in Constitution Hall

Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Marian Anderson, noted contralto, sings "The Star Spangled Banner" at the dedication of a mural commemorating her free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium before a distinguished audience on January 6, 1943. Miss Anderson is holding a bouquet of roses presented to her by Negro high school cadets who served as ushers at the ceremony. Secretary of Interior Ickes accepted the mural for the government

Marian Anderson at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by her on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

[Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Marian Anderson, noted contralto, at the dedication of a mural commemorating her free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1938. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium on January 6, 1943. Miss Anderson poses with high school cadets who served

Washington, D.C. Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in the United States Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert which she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of the American Revolution refused to allow her to sing in Constitution Hall

Two members of the audience at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by Marian Anderson on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Audience at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by Marian Anderson on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Japanese-American volunteers. "I am very happy that my son is the first man inducted," Harue Doi, thirty-eight, of Lihue, Kauai said in broken English as he posed with his son Mitsuru, eighteen, first AJA [Americans of Japanese ancestry] volunteer in the territory to be inducted into the AJA combat regiment being formed in the islands. Mrs. Sao Doi, thirty-six, proudly stood beside her son and held up the fourth member of the Doi family, eighteen-month-old Marian Hanako. The elder Doi, yardman for Dr. S. Wallis of Lihue, is an alien but Mrs. Doi, laundress for the Lihue Plantation Hospital, was born in Lihue and is an American citizen

Washington, D.C. Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in the United States Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert which she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of the American Revolution refused to allow her to sing in Constitution Hall

Marian Anderson greeting members of the audience at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by her on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Washington, D.C. A portrait of Miss Marian Squire, of Yampa, Colorado, who does secretarial work at the Office of Price Administration (OPA), is treasurer of the Walsh Club for war workers, located at 1523 22nd Street, N.W.

[Washington, D.C. Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in the United States Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert which she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of Revolution refused to allow her to sing in Constitution Hall]

Mrs. Marian McMillen, residence on Clapboard Ridge Rd., Greenwich, Connecticut. Breakfast room

Marian MacDowell and pianist Lillian Steuber with the score to Edward MacDowell's concerto No. 2 for piano and orchestra

[Portrait of Marian Seldes, as Bertha in Ondine]

[Portrait of Marian Seldes, as Bertha in Ondine]

[Portrait of Marian Seldes, as Bertha in Ondine]

Ragheb Moftah and Marian Robertson-Wilson in Cairo, 1984

San Francisco, California's most famous twins, Marian (left) and Vivian Brown, photographed in the 1990s, enjoy afternoon tea

Letter from Marian Robertson-Wilson to Jon Newsom, March 15, 1997

2009 Inaugural Parade. Michelle Obama's mother, Marian Shields Robinson views parade with Malia and Sasha Obama behind glass in the viewing stand in front of the White House, Washington, D.C.

Telegram from Alexander Graham Bell? to Marian Bell Fairchild, undated

Mrs. W.M. Calder, Miss Marian Calder, 2/23/22

Col. C.M. Radford, Sen. Moses, Miss Marian Waldion, J.H. Bartlett, 2/13/26

Marian & Loraine Lyons 7/13/22

Edward and Marian MacDowell Collection, 1861-1960

Bernstein rehearsing with singer Marian Anderson at Lewisohn Stadium, New York. June 1947. (Music Division)

Mrs. Babel Pell, Miss Lloyd Waggeman, Marian Trumbull, 4/10/23

Aaron Copland with Marian Anderson, rehearsing "Lincoln Portrait"

Marian MacDowell (right) and nurse Anna Baetz

A Hepburn is new CIO aide. Washington, D.C., Jan. 8. Marian Hepburn, 19-year-old sister of Katherine the stage and movie star, has just taken a job with the United Federal Workers of America, a union of government employees affiliated with the CIO. Miss Hepburn is now in her third year at Bennington College, Vermont, taking up the study of labor, government and sociology which might explain why she is working for FWA. She is to resume her studies on February 20 at which time she will write on what she has learned from practical experience, 1/8/38

Arien und Gesänge aus Die Landparthie locale Vaudeville-Posse in einem Akt

Freischütz. Libretto. English

Robin Hood. Libretto. German

Robin Hood. Libretto. German

Arien und Gesänge aus Die Landparthie locale Vaudeville-Posse in einem Akt

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