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[Pedro Escudero Y Echanove, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing front]

Don Pedro II, Emporor of Brazil

Toledo. Pozo árabe del convento de San Pedro mártir / J. Laurent. Madrid.

Lima. Church of San Pedro

Pedro, D. of Brazil (1876)

Our centennial--President Grant and Dom Pedro starting the Corliss engine / from a sketch by Theo. R. Davis.

[President Grant and Don Pedro starting the Corliss engine at the centennial, Philadelphia, 1876]

[Pedro III, Emperor of Brazil, 1825-1891, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right]

D. Pedro d. Alcantara, Emperor of Brazil Etchd. by H.B. Hall, N.Y

Dom Pedro II of Brazil and the Princess Isabella of Brazil

Lisboa. Praça de Don Pedro. (Rocio.)

Spanish ship "Pedro," captured by U.S.S. "New York," April 22. Capture of the Spanish steamer "Buena Ventura," by the U.S. gunboat "Nashville," 17 miles off Key West, Friday morning, April 22 / drawn by Carlton T. Chapman, special artist for Harper's Weekly

Calle de San Pedro, Cavite, P.I.

Free harbor jubilee, Los Angeles and San Pedro. April 26 and 27 1899 / J.F. Derby.

Church at San Pedro Macati, used as a hospital, Philippine Islands / Strohmeyer & Wyman, publishers, New York, N.Y.

The Pasig River at San Pedro Macati, Philippine Islands

Pasig River, San Pedro, Macati

Pedro A. Dias

Pedro A. Diaz

Pedro Miguel Lock site, excavations, looking south down to grade, Panama

Panama Canal, Pedro Miguel Locks looking south

Pedro Rodriquez, on horse, Colporteur of American Bible Society, Caracas

Pedro Miguel locks. Auxillary crane dumping concrete, Panama Canal.

Building a harbor at San Pedro /

San Pedro, Cal. and inner harbor

ROJAS, PEDRO E.

Bird's-eye view of San Pedro, Cal. /

Panorama of San Pedro, California

Colombia Cartagenia, San Pedro Claver Church as it was in Bol[...] time

San Pedro Bay, San Pedro, California

One of the smallest apprentices I found. (Work being slack.) De Pedro Casellas Cigar Factory, Tampa, Fla. Jan. 28, 1909. Location: Tampa, Florida. / L.W. [Hine]

E. K. Wood Lumber Co., San Pedro, Cal.

Canals at San Pedro, Cal.

"A School Factory" De Pedro Casellas Factory, Tampa, Fla. 18 employees, 5 of them young. Young boys and girls hire out as apprentices and pay the boss $15.00 to $25.00 for being taught. Location: Tampa, Florida.

Pedro Miguel Lock, Panama Canal

Lumber Yards, San Pedro, Calif.

Some of the boys in a "School Factory" De Pedro Casellas Cigar Factory, Tampa, Fla. 18 employees, 5 of them young apprentices. Pay to be permitted to work. Location: Tampa, Florida.

Pedro Miguel Locks, east chamber, looking north, Panama Canal

Pedro Miguel Locks, looking south from west bank, April 8, 1910

[A concrete mixer at work at Pedro Miguel Lock site, Panama Canal]

Pedro Miguel Locks, approach from lake, Panama Canal

Gen. Pedro Nel Ospina, Pres. Colombia

[William Howard Taft, Pres. U.S., full length portrait, standing, right profile, talking to Supt. Williams at Pedro Miguel [Panama]; construction site; other men in background.]

Pedro Miguel Locks, Panama Canal, at Miraflores Lake

City market of Los Angeles, Cal., 9th & San Pedro St., Aug. 8th 1910

San Pedro, north from public library

San Pedro, Cal., south from public library

South end of Pedro Miguel locks, showing Miraflores Lock one and one-half mile in the distance, Pedro Miguel, Panama Cnaal

Pedro Miguel Locks, birdseye view, Panama Canal

Pedro Miguel Locks

"San Pedro, Cal.", "The Harbor City", from public library, Feb. 13th, 1909

BRYAN, WILLIAM JENNINGS. REP. FROM NEBRASKA, 1891-1895; SECRETARY OF STATE, 1913-1915. WITH PEDRO RAFAEL CUADRA

[Pedro Miguel Locks, Panama Canal]

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. NICARAGUA: D. FORTIN; LEOPOLD CORDOVA; PEDRO RAFAEL CUADRA; GEN. CHAMORRA; MAN AT LEFT UNIDENTIFIED

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. PEDRO COSIO; CARLOS DE PENA; JOSE RICHLING; GABRIEL TERRA. URUGUAY

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. VENEZUELA: PEDRO RINCONES; SANTOS A. DOMINICI

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. GENERAL CHAMORRO IN CENTER WITH PEDRO RAFAEL CUADRA AND PEDRO J. CUADRA, NICARAGUA

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. GENERAL CHAMORRO IN CENTER WITH PEDRO RAFAEL CUADRA AND PEDRO J. CUADRA, NICARAGUA

CUADRA, PEDRO RAFAEL, OF NICARAGUA. RIGHT, WITH WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN

DON PEDRO, II, EMPORER OF BRAZIL

[Lighthouse at end of jetty, San Pedro, Los Angeles, California]

Senor Pedro M. Arcaya, [9/12/22]

Luncheon was given at the Pan American Union by Dr. L.S. Rowe, the Director General of the Pan American Union, in honor of Dr. Don Pedro Manuel Arcaya, the new minister from Venezuela

Hon. Pedro Guevara & J.E. Espinosa

Dr. Pedro Gonzales of Nicaragua with Wright at WH, [9/25/25]

Gen. Pedro P. Dartnell of Chile at Arlington, [6/1/25]

Pedro Gonzales & Minister from Nicaragua

Dr. Pedro Gonzales of Nicaragua at W.H.

Dr. Pedro Gonzales of Nicaragua & Butler Wright at W.H., [9/25/25]

Filipino leaders congratulate President on naming of Governor General Stimson Filipino leaders photographed at the White House today when they called to congratulate President Coolidge on his appointment of Henry L. Stimson as Governor-General of the Islands. Left to right: Sergio Osmena, speaker of the House; Manuel Quezon, president of the Senate; and Pedro Guevara, Resident-Commissioner in Washington.

N. from 12th St., between San Pedro St. and Grand Ave.

[Pedro Zuniga playing the guitar with his daughter Zenovia, San Antonio, Texas]

South African Minister and Mrs. Hull. Minister of South America Ralph William Close, and Mrs. Close, left, chat a moment with Mrs. Cordell Hull, wife of the Secretary of State, at the reception given at the Mexican Embassy for Pedro Sanchez, of the Pan American Geographic Society. 10/21/35

Senorita Urbaneja, Senorita Pietre, Dr. Pedro Manual Arcaya, Minister to the United States from Venezuela and his daughter, Senorita Teresa Arcaya, snapped at the Orquestre Tipica Mexicana which was held at the Pan American Union of Nov. 27th

Three of a kind. These ministers of Latin American countries photographed at the Mexican Embassy. From the left: Don Manuel Gonsales Zeledon of Costa Rica; Don Pedro M. Arcaya of Venezuela, and Don Enrique Bordenave of Paraguay, 10/21/35

Archive group meets Mexican delegation representatives. Officials of the Archives building in Washington meet with representatives of a Mexican delegation visiting Washington, D.C. From the left: John G. Bradley, Chief of the Division of Motion Pictures, U.S. Archives building; Dr. Roscoe Hill, Chief of the Division of Classification; R.D. W. Conner, Archivist of the U.S.; Pedro Sanchez, Director of the Institute of Geography, Mexico F.D.; and his Assistant Octavio Bustamente, 10/19/35

New Cuban Ambassador. Washington, D.C., March 11. The new Cuban Ambassador to the United States Dr. Pedro Martinez from, left: photographed on the steps of the White House after presenting his credentials to President Roosevelt today. He is shown with Richard Southgate of the state Dept. Dr. Frada succeeds Senor Dr. Guillermo Patterson

San Pedro, Cal. Apr. 1942. Fishing boats, formerly operated by residents of Japanese ancestry, tied up for the duration in Los Angeles harbor

Calif., San Pedro, Apr. 1942 - Evacuation of Japanese-Americans to relocation authority centers - part of fleet of fishing boats tied up at Terminal Island, owned by Japanese-Americans

San Pedro, Calif. Apr. 1942--Residents of Japanese ancestry being moved from Los Angeles harbor before their eventual resettlement in war relocation authority centers

San Pedro, Calif. Apr. 1942. The last Redondo Beach residents of Japanese ancestry leaving by truck for relocation

San Pedro, California. Ship undergoing repairs

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sister Kenny conducting a class at the Elizabeth Kenny Institute. Observing are Dr. James Vila of San Juan, Puerto Rico and Dr. Pedro Gonzales of Havana, Cuba. The patient is Dr. Vila's son

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sister Kenny conducting a class at the Elizabeth Kenny Institute. On her left are Dr. Pedro Gonzales of Havana, Cuba and Dr. James Vila of San Juan, Puerto Rico. The patient is Felix Serralles of Puerto Rico, whose father is employed on a sugar plantation near Ponce. Felix has beeb at the institute since November, 1942

Captain Axel W. Pearson, war shipping representative in 1942 to Murmansk and Archangel reported: "I never saw such courage as our seamen have. They've got the same spirit those Russians have." Captain Pearson, Swedish-born American, for many years master of U.S. merchant ships, tells in his report to War Shipping Administration how he was attacked three times by air and submarine on his trip from America to Murmansk and experienced day and night bombings by the Germans during his four-month stay at the Russian ports. Captain Pearson is now a War Shipping Administration port captain for San Pedro, California

[Major Pedro Luis Díaz Lanz, former commander in chief of the Cuban airforce, testifying before the Senate Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on theJudiciary, which was investigating the Communist threat to the United States from the Caribbean]

Point Fermin Lighthouse, San Pedro, California

5th St. at San Pedro, Skid Row, LA, 2003

Weeks & Pedro Guevara, 9/27/23

War Secretary welcomes Brazil's Chief of Staff. Washington, D.C., June 22. Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring warmly greets General Pedro Aurelio Goes Monteiro, Chief of Staff of the Brazilian Army, as they met today at the War Department

Hull bids goodbye to Brazilian Chief of Staff. Washington, D.C., June 22. Secretary of State Cordell Hull bids goodbye to General Pedro Aurelia Goes Monteiro, Brazilian Chief of Staff, as both leave the White House today after a luncheon given in honor of the Brazilian general by President Roosevelt

Gen. Pedro P. Dartnell of Chile and Pershing at polo match, 6/2/25

Senor Pedro M. Arcaya, 9/12/22

Gen. Pedro P. Dartnell of Chile at Arlington, 6/1/25

The Cuban Dictator and the Mrs. Washington, D.C., Nov. 10. Col. Fulgencio Batista, the Cuban Army Sergeant who rose to the Dictatorship of Cuba, arrived in Washington today for a round of military reviews and dinners of state which will screen some fine international conversations, the visit has a high flavor of mystery, the War Department has been at elaborate pains to stick to its story that the Colonel, who never set foot outside of Cuba until two days ago, is suddenly traveling at the age of thirty seven years, he is shown with his seldom photographed wife, and the ambassador from Cuba Dr. Pedro Fraga[?], at the Cuban Embassy, 11/10/38

Dr. Pedro Gonzales at WH, 9/25/25

Pedro Guevara, 9/17/23

Amb. Matthew & Gen. Pedro P. Dartnell at W.H., 6/4/25

White's Point Reservation, Base End Stations, Bounded by Voyager Circle & Mariner Drive, San Pedro, Los Angeles County, CA

The Dictator from Cuba arrives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 10. Col. Fulgencio Batista, Cuba's Dictator, arrived in Washington today, he was met at the Union Station by General Malin Craig, Chief of Staff of the United States Army, who invited the Colonel to the Capitol, and Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles, as well as a hundred Cubans who bowed to the Colonel as he passed thru Union Station, left to right. Sumner Wells, Batista, Craig, and the Ambassador from Cuba Dr. Pedro Fraga, 11/10/38

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