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Panorama dal campanile di S. Marco verso S. Maria della Salute

Salute to New York

Salute to New York

Notice! His Excellency Erastus Fairbanks, Governor and commander-in-chief having made the request through the Adjutant General of the state, Company D. 1st regiment. V. V. M., Captain W. Y. W. Ripley will cause a national salute to be fired and

The steamship Marion, on her way to New York with the wives and children of the soldiers in Fort Sumter - manning the ramparts and cheering of the men as the steamer passes the fort the parting salute from Fort Sumpter / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston

The United States gun-boat "Wyandotte" firing a salute on Washington's Birthday in Pensacola Harbor / drawn by an officer of Lieut. Slemmer's command.

Salute of 161 guns

Venice, Italy--Panorama from the campanile of S. Marco towards S. Maria della Salute

Salute to San Francisco march

New York - arrival of the French transport steamer Isere with the Bartholdi statue on board, at the base of the pedestal, Bedloe's Island, Friday, June 19th - the salute of welcome by the fleet

Salute from the lagoon / Joseph Pennell.

[La Salute - dawn] / [butterfly monogram].

[The Grand Canal, Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, Italy]

U.S.S. Boston, firing salute

[Church of Salute, Venice, Italy]

A Fourth of July salute

U.S.S. Montgomery firing last salute to Spanish flag at Havana

Belgians salute U.S. flag

[The White Squadron's Farewell Salute to the Body of John Ericsson, New York Bay, August 23, 1890]

Steamer Tashmoo nearing gunboat Yantic for 21 gun salute

President Roosevelt acknowledging the salute of the war-ships - on the "Algonquin," Charleston Harbor, S.C.

Santa Maria della Salute

[Santa Maria della Salute]

[The Grand Canal and Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, Italy]

The salute from Grand Canal

[An American cruiser firing its guns in salute as it arrives in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference]

Nebraska National Guard at Kearney, Nebraska, giving salute to the governor of the State of Nebraska.

[Military group salute with President Harding]

Firing salute PRESIDENTE SARMIENTO

"Hail, Caesar! We who are about to die salute thee!" / Wilder.

KAISER firing salute to Kasier

Various results of the war. Ramadan salute by British battery.

American sailors salute King Geo. [i.e. George]

The better the soldier, the better the salute

America's highest dignitaries of state, army and navy stand at salute while the casket containing the body of the unknown soldiers is borne to the casson [sic] taking it from the Navy Yard to the Capitol. In the group are General Pershing, Gen. Lejeune, commander of the Marine Corps, Gen. Harbord and others

U.S. Naval Training Station, Hampton Roads, Va.: At salute for the Star Spangled Banner

[Gun salute at memorial]

Coast Guard cutter "Apache" firing salute of the unveiling of the statue of Alexander Hamilton

[Gun salute at funeral]

Jap[anese] sailors at salute for Chichibu

A scene on the parade grounds at Fort Meyer, Va. after General Guy V. Henry was sworn in as the guns reared a salute

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. Sir Arthur receiving the royal salute. Reception at the R.R. [i.e., railroad] station

Iraq. (Mesopotamia). Celebration of Iraq becoming member of the League of Nations, Oct. 6, 1932. Baghdad. Young Iraqis offer the fascist salute. To. H.M. the King

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. Celebration of the King's birthday, 1932. The High Commissioner taking the salute

Ceremony of the opening of the Haifa harbour. H.E. [i.e., His Excellency] and the District Commissioner receiving the royal salute

[Adolph Hitler with an official in a stadium at a Nazi party rally and an aerial view of a crowd of people giving the Nazi salute, Nuremberg, Germany]

SOUND LIKE THE BYRD TO SISTIE AND BUZZIE. BUZZIE AND SISTIE DALL, SON AND DAUGHTER OF MRS. ANNA DALL BOETTIGER, DAUGHTER OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, CLOSE THEIR EARS AS NAVAL GUNS ROAR SALUTE AFTER SALUTE IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, SECRETARY CLAUDE SWANSON, THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE AND ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD, WHO RETURNS TODAY FROM LITTLE AMERICA. A TOTAL OF 110 GUNS WERE FIRED IN THE SALUTE

SOUND LIKE THE BYRD TO SISTIE AND BUZZIE. BUZZIE AND SISTIE DALL, SON AND DAUGHTER OF MRS. ANNA DALL BOETTIGER, DAUGHTER OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, CLOSE THEIR EARS AS NAVAL GUNS ROAR SALUTE AFTER SALUTE IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, SECRETARY CLAUDE SWANSON, THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE AND ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD, WHO RETURNS TODAY FROM LITTLE AMERICA. A TOTAL OF 110 GUNS WERE FIRED IN THE SALUTE

Palestine disturbances 1936. Lt. General Dill taking the salute as the Scots Guards parade passes down the Julian Way between the King David Hotel and the Y.M.C.A. building

King's birthday celebration. The "March Pass" salute taken by H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) The High Com. [i.e., Commissioner]

Palestine disturbances 1936. Funeral on Mt. Zion of Sergeant CH. [i.e., Christopher] Wren of the Palestine Police, who was shot in the Old City. Firing salute

[Men standing in the back of a truck salute Hermann Göring and others during inaugural ceremonies for the newly opened Autobahn]

PRESIDENT REVIEWS ARMY DAY PARADE. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 6. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH SECRETARY OF WAR HARRY H. WOODRING (RIGHT) AND GENERAL MALIN H. CRAIG, U.S. CHIEF OF STAFF; REVIEWING THE ARMY DAY PARADE IN THE CAPITAL IN OBSERVANCE OF THE TWENTIETH TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICA'S ENTRANCE INTO THE WORLD WAR. EVERYBODY WAS IN 'SALUTE' IN THIS PICTURE BUT THE SECRETARY OF WAR

Salute to Am. Emb. at Peking(?)

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

21-GUN SALUTE FIRED WELCOMES NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT TO CAPITAL. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 5. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT, GEN. ANASTASIO SOMOZA, STAND AT ATTENTION AS A 21-GUN SALUTE IS FIRED ON THE ARRIVAL OF THE CENTRAL AMERICAN EXECUTIVE IN THE CAPITAL. L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; SENORA DE SOMOZA; PRESIDENT SOMOZA; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; BRIG. GEN. EDWIN M. WATSON, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY AND AIDE; AND STEPHEN EARLY, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY

Gridiron widows. Mrs. Pete Brandt, playing Girl Scout Chief Mrs. Herbert Hoover, gives a three fingered salute to Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, played here by Mrs. Jay Hayden

21-GUN SALUTE FIRED WELCOMES NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT TO CAPITAL. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 5. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT, GEN. ANASTASIO SOMOZA, STAND AT ATTENTION AS A 21-GUN SALUTE IS FIRED ON THE ARRIVAL OF THE CENTRAL AMERICAN EXECUTIVE IN THE CAPITAL. L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; SENORA DE SOMOZA; PRESIDENT SOMOZA; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; BRIG. GEN. EDWIN M. WATSON, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY AND AIDE; AND STEPHEN EARLY, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY

Detroit, Michigan. A Venetian night party at the Detroit yacht club, whose members represent the wealthier class of manufacturers and friends. Sailor with a small cannon used to salute boats

Amman. 24th anniversary of Arab revolt under King Hussein & Lawrence, celebration Sept. 11, 1940. The Emir Abdullah & Glubb Pasha coming out of Palace to take the salute

Anzac Day, Jerusalem, April 25, 1940. At salute during trumpeting of 'Last Post'

Amman. 24th anniversary of Arab revolt under King Hussein & Lawrence, celebration Sept. 11, 1940. The Emir, etc. at salute on Palace steps, during the playing of national anthem

Indian troops in East Africa. The largest crowd Bombay city has seen for a long time turned out to see the spectacular finale of the city's "war week," a great route march by British and Indian naval and military units followed by armored vehicles and ambulances. Sir Roger Lumley, Governor of Bombay, took the salute from a saluting base by the fine Marine Drive. With him was General Sir Claude Auchinlock, Commander-in-Chief in India. How a tank goes over the top was graphically illustrated during the "war week" when the Rodney negotiated this wall with the greatest of ease

Arab recruits on parade in Jerusalem. Recruits passing Jaffa Gate where District Com. [i.e., Commissioner] took the salute

Arab recruits on parade in Jerusalem. Recruits passing Jaffa Gate where District Com[missioner] took salute, closer view

Arab recruits on parade in Jerusalem. Recruits passing Jaffa Gate where District Com[missioner] took salute, closer view

Arab recruits on parade in Jerusalem. Mr. Keith Roach the Mayor, etc. at saluting stand K.R. [i.e., Keith Roach] taking salute

Field Marshall Smuts, Prime Minister of the Union South Africa, receives salute from Lieutenant Bergman, United States Navy, heading a group of U.S. Navy men passing in review in the Navy Week Celebration parade in Johannesburg. Also on the stand are Rear Admiral R.J.R. Scott (at Smutt's right), director of naval training, South Africa; Air Vice Marshall M.B. Frew; and Major General Brink, head of inland command. Field Marshall Smutts is fifth from left on the stand saluting)

Annapolis, Maryland. Officers of the midshipmen's regiment, U.S. Naval Academy, giving their saber salute

Baghdad, Iraq. Opening of the Iraq Parliament by the regent. The regent with the prime minister General Nuri as-Said on his left, receiving the salute of the guard of honour. The regent is wearing the Iraqi Field Marshal's uniform with the sash of the Order of al-Rafid-ain and the Hashimite chain. He is also wearing the Star of the Order of St. Michael and St. George recently conferred on him by His Majesty King George VI

Annapolis, Maryland. Officers of the midshipmen's regiment, U.S. Naval Academy, giving their saber salute

Inspection of Australian Guard of Honour at Government House by the Duke of Gloucester on May 15, 1942. Guard at salute

Annapolis, Maryland. Officers of the midshipmen's regiment, U.S. Naval Academy, giving their saber salute

Safe clothes for women war workers. Estelle Hendel, twenty-eight, a guard at the Bendix Aviation Plant in Brooklyn, stands before the company service flag and gives the correct salute. Bendix Aviation Plant, Brooklyn, New York

Ashland, Aroostook County, Maine. Memorial Day salute to the patriots who have fallen on the field of battle

Carlisle, Pennsylvania. U.S. Army medical field service school. Army doctors learning to salute

It's "Present arms!" for members of the 442nd Combat Team, Japanese-American fighting unit, as they salute their country's flag in a brief review held the day of their arrival at Camp Shelby, Miss.

Baltimore, Maryland. Funeral of a merchant seaman. Firing the military salute

Rochester, New York. Earl Babcock's school day begins with the salute to the flag

Merchant marine seaman given military funeral. A military guard fires a salute as a tribute to Herman Sweitzer, merchant marine member who was killed in the recent ammunition ship-tanker collision off Norfolk. Sweitzer was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Baltimore, with full military honors

New York City views. Washington Arch and salute to season flags

Salute at 87. May 14, 1957. [A tribute to Bruce Rogers on his 87th birthday].87 copies printed by Fridolf Johnson at the Mermaid Press.

Mural "A Salute to Emergency Medical Services" by artist Alfredo Cuellar in Bakersfield, California

Gives the Nazi salute. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff gives the familiar Nazi salute as he arrives at the State Department today to pay a farewell call on Secretary of State Cordell Hull. He expects to sail for Germany from New York next Friday night on the Europa

Military parade in Jerusalem on May 28, '42. Grand Stand in front of public garden where salute was taken

Forward to Forty!' cry of republicans at dinner tonight. Washington, D.C., April 20. Full of high hopes and confidence as they look toward 1940, members of the republican party got together tonight for a dinner at which they forecast victory for themselves at the coming presidential elections. Here are some of the outstanding Republicans giving a salute to 1940. Left to right: Republican National Committee Chairman John Hamilton, Senator Robert Taft, Ohio's newest hope for the presidency, Gov. Raymond Baldwin of Connecticut, Senator Clyde M. Reed of Kansas, which state saw one presidential hope die in the last election, and Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr., House Minority Leader

Salute to Marshall Foch, 3/27/29

Military parade in Jerusalem on May 28, '42. Mr. E. Keith Roach & officer commanding receiving the salute

Salute to Colors, P.H.U. 5/13/27

Parade of Allied nations in Jer. [i.e., Jerusalem] On June 14, '43. Grand stand, the dais where H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) took the salute

H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) the High Commissioner reviews first Jerusalem Company of the Palestine Volunteer Force. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) & accompanying officers leaving parade ground for salute stand

H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) the High Commissioner reviews first Jerusalem Company of the Palestine Volunteer Force. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) taking salute during march past

"Heil Hitler" salute given chairman of House Committee investigating un-American activities by first witness. Washington, D.C., Aug. 12. Called as the first witness before the Special House Committee investigating Un-American activities, John Metcalfe, former Chicago reporter but now an investigator for the committee, gives Chairman Martin Dies (right) a Nazi salute before taking the stand. Joining under the name of Hellmut Oberwinder, Metcalfe related his experiences as a member of the German-American bund and charged the organization has a secret relationship with the Nazi government in Germany, 8/12/38

Argiope. Libretto. Italian

A darktown wedding - the parting salute

Argiope. Libretto. Italian

Argiope. Libretto. Italian

Argiope. Libretto. Italian

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