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Orlando fvrioso : in English heroical verse, / by Iohn Haringto[n].Imprinted at London : By Richard Field ..., 1591.[18], 423, [11] p. : ill. ; 31 cm. (fol. in 6s)

Mr. Braham in the character of Orlando / Drawn, etchd. & pubd. by Dighton.

William Orlando Butler to Andrew Jackson, January 12, 1817

Butler, Hon. Wm. Orlando of Ky.

Colonels Orlando M. Poe & Orville E. Babcock at Fort Sanders, Knoxville, Tenn.

Petersburg, Virginia. "Cock fighting" at Gen. Orlando B. Willcox's headquarters

Warrenton, Virginia. Headquarters, Army of the Potomac. Generals, Ambrose E. Burnside, Winfield S. Hancock, Darius N. Couch, Edward Ferrero, Marsena R. Patrick, Orlando B. Willcox, John Cochrane, John Buford and others

Petersburg, Virginia. Gen. Orlando B. Willcox and staff

Petersburg, Virginia. Gen. Orlando B. Willcox and staff

Petersburg, Virginia. Gen. Orlando B. Willcox and staff

Petersburg, Virginia. Cock fighting at Gen. Orlando B. Willcox's headquarters

[Glimpse of Lake Eola], Orlando, Fla.

Orlando

[Orange groves on Lake Concord, Orlando, Florida]

A. Nicholas Orlando & wife

Foch, Clemenceau, Lloyd George, Orlando, Sonnino

Premier Orlando

Orlando - on Lake Eola - midwinter in tropical Florida

Orange grove and pineries, Orlando, Fla.

Hotel San Juan and Orange Avenue, Orlando, Fla.

Orange grove and pineries

Private gardens at Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla.

Court House and Lake Eola from Hotel San Juan, Orlando, Fla.

Court house and Lake Evla [sic] from Hotel San Juan, Orlando, Fla.

[Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Florida]

Glimpse of Lake Eola, Orlando, Fla.

Orange Avenue, Orlando, Fla.

Looking toward Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla.

West Street, Orlando, Fla.

[Italian Premier, Vittorio Orlando]

Displays battle scarred old flag. When the Union forces made their triumphal entry into Washington at the close of the Civil War 65 years ago, Orlando Learned could not come because of a battle wound. But at last the Union veteran has been able to make a trip to the Capital, bringing with him his cherished 36-starred Union flag, which he obtained during a celebration of the fall of Vicksburg and later carried in into battle with him. The picture shows him proudly displaying it to Edward Hudgins, age 2, his great grandson, 1/31

[Woman and man next to automobile: Orlando to Washington, Bonus or Bust]

Stony Gorge Dam and reservoir, Orlando Project, California

Orlando, Florida. Wings Over Jordan, a popular Sunday morning program broadcast by Columbia Broadcasting System from station WDBO. President James A. Colston waiting on the announcers, right, for his cue to begin speaking to a vast audience

Orlando, Florida. Wings over Jordan, a popular Sunday morning radio program broadcast by Columbia Broadcasting System from station WDBO. The choir rehearsing

Orlando, Florida. Wings over Jordan, a popular Sunday morning radio program broadcast by Columbia Broadcasting System from station WDBO. Control room checking with master station in New York to see if program is coming through clearly

Orlando, Florida. Wings over Jordan, a popular Sunday morning radio program broadcast by Columbia Broadcasting System from station WDBO. President James A. Colston of Bethune-Cookman college speaking to a nationwide audience

Orlando, Florida. Wings over Jordan, a popular Sunday morning radio program broadcast by Columbia Broadcasting System from Station WDBO. The choir rehearsing

Orlando, Florida. Wings over Jordan, a popular Sunday morning radio program broadcast by Columbia Broadcasting System from station WDBO. Rev. Glenn T. Settles, founder and narrator of the program, going over his script

7 boys line up at Pacific St. between Carlton Ave. & Vanderbilt Ave / N.Y. World Telegram & Sun photo by Orlando Fernandez.

[Quiz show "21" host Jack Barry turns toward contestant Charles Van Doren as fellow contestant Vivienne Nearine looks on] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Orlando Fernandez.

[Meyer Lansky, three-quarter length portrait, facing slightly left, at 54 St. police station, New York City, being booked for vagrancy] / N.Y. World Telegram & Sun photo by Orlando Fernandez.

[Meyer Lansky, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, being led by detective for booking on vagrancy charge at 54th Street police station, New York City] / N.Y. World Telegram & Sun photo by Orlando Fernandez.

Tug[boat]s Eugene F. Moran and William J. Tracy, two of the many "workhorses" that keep New York harbor traffic moving, nudge Caronia into pier / World Telegram & Sun photo by Orlando Fernandez.

[Suzanne Farrell with George Balanchine, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, at the N.Y. State Theater] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Orlando Fernandez.

Twinkly lights on the palm trees at the Peabody Hotel, Orlando, Florida

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank as dye is added.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; skeins of undyed silk are placed on rollers.

Machine operator Orlando Lee putting silk into spinning machine so it can be spun dry.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; skeins of undyed silk are placed on rollers.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work handling silk at dyeing tank.

Machine operator Orlando Lee handling silk at dyeing tank.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at dyeing tank with silk he is dyeing red.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee putting silk into spinning machine so it can be spun dry.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at dyeing tank with silk he is dyeing red.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank as dye is added.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; skeins of undyed silk are placed on rollers.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; skeins of undyed silk are placed on rollers.

Machine operator Orlando Lee putting silk into spinning machine so it can be spun dry.

Orlando Lee operates tanks with silk inside.

Machine operator Orlando Lee putting silk into spinning machine so it can be spun dry.

Machine operator Orlando Lee handling silk at dyeing tank.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; skeins of undyed silk are placed on rollers.

Machine operator Orlando Lee handling silk at dyeing tank.

Orlando Lee operates tanks with silk inside.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Orlando Lee operates tanks with silk inside.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; skeins of undyed silk are placed on rollers.

Machine operator Orlando Lee at work at dyeing tank; dye is absorbed by the silk as rollers are rotated.

Orlando Lee operates tanks with silk inside.

Sculpture "Artifact" located at exterior courtyard of the George C. Young Federal Building and Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Untitled art glass window at entrance to atrium, U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Untitled art glass window located at the top of staircase, U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Untitled art glass window at entrance to atrium, U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Sculpture "Artifact" located at exterior courtyard of the George C. Young Federal Building and Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Swan and Dolphin Hotel, Orlando, Florida

Untitled art glass window located at the top of staircase, U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Untitled art glass window located at the top of staircase, U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Untitled art glass window, at U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Untitled art glass window at entrance to atrium, U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Black and white photographs in Jury Assembly Room, first floor of U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Sculpture "Artifact" located at exterior courtyard of the George C. Young Federal Building and Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Untitled art glass window located at the top of staircase, U.S. Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Sculpture "Artifact" located at exterior courtyard of the George C. Young Federal Building and Courthouse, Orlando, Florida

Orlando furioso, di Lodovico Ariosto...Birmingham, Da'torchj di G. Baskerville, per P. Molini e G. Molini, 1773

Orlando fvrioso di m. Lodovico Ariosto

Newsreel cameraman describes Chicago strike riots to Senate Civil Liberties Committee. Washington, D.C., July 2. Orlando Lippert, cameraman for Paramount News, describing to the Senate Civil Liberties Committee today the scenes he photographed for his reel at the Memorial Day strike riots at the south Chicago plant of the Republic Steel Corp. The pictures which suppressed by Paramount were screened for members of the committee today, 7/2/37

Orlando Brown House, 202 Wilkinson Street, Frankfort, Franklin County, KY

Little business men meet the President. Washington, D.C., Feb. 4. President Roosevelt today met in what was described as constructive discuss on with small business leaders. He was reported to believe that some of their recommendations could be carried into effect, shown as they left the White House after the conference. Left to right, front: R.P. Hastey, Chicago; O.L. Roach, Danville, VA.; Leslie E. Sanders, Orlando, Fla.; Secretary of Commerce Daniel Roper; Bernard F. McLain, Dallas, Tex.; Howard D. North, Cleveland; Wallace D. Kimball, New York City. In the rear, left to right: D.E. McAvoy, New York City; Joseph D. Kleckner, Chicago; Asst. Sec. of Commerce Ernest Draper; W.C. Tinsley, Tampa, Fla.; James Daly, Columbus, OH; W.K. Gunter, Gaffney, N.C., 2/4/38

William Orlando Butler to Andrew Jackson, April 1, 1817