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Lion with two shields

[The elaborate device of Franz Birckmann, a Cologne bookseller, showing 3 seperate scenes: The Adoration, St. Ursula with the 11,000 virgins, and a boiling cauldron containing 7 Maccabean youths and their mother. In upper corners are 2 shields containing Cologne arms and Birckmann trademark]

Francis I, King of Fran[ce] / Titian, pixt ; J. Heath, sculpt.

Thomas [Shields?]

Taurus Poniatowski, Serpentarius, Scutum Sobiesky, and Serpens / Sidy. Hall, sculpt.

Thomas Shields to Andrew Jackson, March 14, 1839

Slaughtering Sam'l Work; on his own hook. Alton, Ill's. The subscriber has erected a large and convenient house and pens, in the city of Alton, near Shields' Branch, for the purpose of carrying on the slaughtering and dressing of beef, hogs and

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing the George Washington equestrian monument on the Virginia state capitol grounds by Thomas Crawford surrounded by seraphs, eagles and Union shields; back is design of seraphs, eagles, and shields only]

Jas. Shields

James Shields to Peter Moneghan, May 12, 1857

James Shields to Amador County California Breckinridge Club, Wednesday, October 10, 1860 (Printed Circular Letter)

Gen. J. Shields

[Unidentified woman, possibly Mrs. James Shields, in mourning dress and brooch showing Confederate soldier and holding young boy wearing kepi]

[Civil War envelope showing shield with message "Shield of liberty"]

[Civil War envelope showing shields with message "The Union, [no]w and forever, one and indivisible!"]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle atop shield with messages "Union!" and "Emblem of our nation's liberty"]

[Civil War envelope showing American flag and shield surrounded by stars and rays of light]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle and shield with sailboat and steamboat in the distance and bearing message "Victory"]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle holding American flag in talons with message "Union & libe[rty]"]

[Civil War envelope showing shield and star bearing message "The Union forever"]

Infantry shield

Civil War envelope showing American flag shield with message "Sherman's Brigade, 65th Reg't., C.S. Harker, Col."

James Shields to Seth Williams, Sunday, March 23, 1862 (Telegram reporting battle at Winchester)

Union

Shields, General James (not in uniform) Senator from Ill. & Missouri

Shields, General James, (not in uniform)

Reverse of target

The goddess protection

Memorial to Briane Boroimhe the greatest monarch of all Ireland

"Monument to Brian Boroimhe"

[Amazon women with shields by tree and letter A]

Four masai warriors in full war dress, Kenya

Indian relics

Magna Carta, regis johannis, AD 1215

Three men carrying palm leaf and matting rain shields

Mediaeval weapons, museum, Salzburg, Austria

Sen. J.K. Shields

Sweely, Shipman & Co. present When knighthood was in flower by Charles Major and Paul Kester.

Frank Shields, Lexington, Nebraska.

SHIELDS, J.K. SENATOR

SHIELDS, J.K. SENATOR

The Duchess of Devonshire by Mrs. Charles A. Doremus.

Abraham Lincoln with malice toward none with charity for all

Family in front of W.T. Shields' house east of Buda, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Lt. Col. Geo. Shields

Family in front of W.T. Shields' house east of Buda, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

[Group of Kavirondo natives posed in standing pyramid with spears and shields. ca. 191-, in Africa]

SENATE, COMMITTEES. EDUCATION AND LABOR SUBCOMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE CONDITIONS IN THE PAINT CREEK DISTRICT OF WEST VIRGINIA. SOMETIMES CALLED 'STRIKE INV. COM.' SENATORS MARTINE OF NEW JERSEY; SHIELDS OF TENNESSEE; SWANSON OF VIRGINIA; BORAH OF IDAHO; KENYON OF IOWA

SHIELDS, JOHN KNIGHT. U.S.S., TENN., 1913-1925

SHIELDS, JOHN KNIGHT. U.S.S., TENN., 1913-1925

[Pete Shields, catcher in spring training with Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Pete Shields, Cleveland AL (baseball)]

GOODWIN, WILLIAM SHIELDS. REP. FROM ARKANSAS, 1911-1921

Mrs. F.P. Curtis as Columbia

Mrs. Alexandra Shields, Born West Point, Ga., Home Amarillo, Texas. On picket line July 4, 1917.

Shields, Sen. Jno. K. (Tenn.)

ALDUNATE, SANTIAGO. AMBASSADOR FROM CHILE. FUNERAL FLOOD, HENRY DeLaWARR, REP. FROM VIRGINIA, 1901-1921; GOODWIN, WILLIAM SHIELDS, REP. FROM ARKANSAS, 1911-1921

Freiwillige aller Waffen sichert Berlin; tretet ein in die Brigade Reinhard / Helmuth Stockmann.

[Marion Morgan's art dancers doing a pyrrhic dance, in Grecian costumes with shields, on the campus of Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania]

Sen. Jno. K. Shields, Tenn.

Sen. Jno. K. Shields, Tenn.

Far Western delegates to Woman's Party conference. L to R: Miss Emma Wold, Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Wm. Kent, San Francisco, Cal.; Mrs Lucille Shields, Amarillo, Tex.; Miss Sybil Moore, Seattle, Wash., [11/11/22]

Shields, New York, 1924

Shields, Yorktown, York County, Virginia

Arab demonstrations on Oct. 13 and 27, 1933. In Jerusalem and Jaffa. Foot and mounted police patrolling Jaffa Square with steel helmets and shields

G. O'Berdick, left, Secy. to Young & John W. Young, Pres. of Federal Laboratories both domestic & for foreign markets tear gas, submachine guns, armored shields, cars & vests. At Civil Liberties Comm. hearings

Admits destroying records. Washington, D.C., March 10. Mayor Daniel J. Shields, of Johnstown, PA., today told the Senate Civil Liberties Committee he had destroyed the records concerning the payment of approximately 500 special officers sworn in during the "Little Steel" strike last summer. Asked why he destroyed them, shields said, as far as he was concerned the records were finished business with him, 31038

Fuel oil conservation. Here's blackout insulation--a twofold combination to save you money! Use sections of board for the top half of the window and the bottom half. The board for the upper half of the window, which should be weatherproofed board, can be nailed in place on the outside of the window frame and half-drawn shades will conceal this piece from the inside. The board for the lower half can be attached at night from the inside. Not only are these practical blackout shields, but you'll save one gallon of oil for each square foot of board used

Production. War housing trailers. When windows are in place, opaque blackout blinds are installed in war housing trailers under construction at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company. Light-weight shields are installed at the top and sides to prevent light leaks

Three Thirds of the Nation. Here is the cast of the War Production Board (WPB) radio program "Steel." Rehearsal is over and the cast relaxes for a few minutes before going on the air. The actors shown here are Edward Arnold, Howard McNeer, Frank Graham, Fred Shields, Janet Eberhardt, Pat McGeehan, Cy Kendall, Eric Rolf, Lou Merrill, Lucille Meredith, Joe Kearns and Glen Ford

Tennis stars. Left to right: Vincent Richards; Arthur MacPherson, Frank Shields; Clarence H. Low, chairman; S. Wallis Merrihew; and George Elder

Left to right: James Herbert, (colored) runner; Vincent Richards, tennis; Arthur MacPherson, national veterans tennis champion; Mrs. Harry McNaughton, golfer; Jess Sweetser, golfer; Gloria Callen, swimmer; Frank Shields, tennis; Maureen Orcutt, golfer; George J. Elder, yachtsman; Wallace Merrihew (old guy), editor American Lawn Tennis journal; and John Borican, (colored) runner

Charles E. Wilson, executive vice-chairman of the War Production Board (WPB), and staff. Standing, left to right: Arthur L. Hawley, assistant to Mr. Wilson; Carroll K. Shaw, executive officer; Ray C. Ellis, director of the Radio Division; T.P. Wright, director, Resources Controll Office, Aircraft Production Board; L.R. Boulware, Office of the Controller of Shipbuilding; M. Joseph Meehan, associate director, Office of Progress Reports; William B. Murphy, director of Facilities Division; William K. Frank, director, General Industrial Equipment Division; A.H. Bunker, director, Aluminum and Magnesium Division; John S. Chaffee, deputy director, Tools Division; R.L. Vaniman, director, Automotive Division; Curtis E. Calder, director general for operations; Ralph J. Cordiner, director general of War Production Scheduling; Captain J.O. Gawne, director, Shipbuilding Division; Francis M. Shields, director, Safety and Technical Equipment Supplies Division; Mordecai Ezekiel, assistant to Mr. Wilson; Fred Searls, Jr., director, Facilities Bureau; James N. Nicely, assistant to Mr. Searls

Tiles from Puebla, Mexico at the Mexican Cultural Institute, depict the shields of the Mexican states and a view of the ancient cities of Popoca-tepetl and Ixtacihivatt. Washington, D.C.

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.

Mural "Ceremonial Shields & Bull's Head," by Stephen Mopope at the Department of Interior Building, Washington, D.C.

A rich array of wisteria shields a house in Burnet in the Texas Hill Country

Clete Shields's eight-foot-tall statue of singer-songwriter Willie Nelson, behind the Austin, Texas, city hall

Southern Delegates to Woman's Party Conference. Mrs. Lucille Shields, Amarilla [sic], Tex., Mrs. John D. Wilkinson, Shreveport, La., 11/11/22

Mrs. Jn. Shields & Mrs. [...] Underwood, 2/23/21

Fiery Johnstown Mayor and Counsel. Washington, D.C., March 10. Just before taking the stand before the Senate Civil Liberties Committee today, Mayor Daniel J. Shields (left) of Johnstown, PA., held a last-minute talk with his counsel Samuel A. King. Mayor Shields told the committee he had destroyed records concerning the payment of approximately 500 special officers sworn in during the "Little Steel" strike last summer, 3/10/38

Tests of the new Armoured trucks of the Post Office Department at Fort Meyer today. The windows and wind shields are of bullet proof glass. This photo snaped [sic] at the moment of impact, plainly shows the fine splinters of flying glass, 12/1/21

Admits destroying records. Washington, D.C., March 10. Mayor Daniel J. Shields, of Johnstown, PA., today told the Senate Civil Liberties Committee he had destroyed the records concerning the payment of approximately 500 special officers sworn in during the "Little Steel" strike last summer. Asked why he destroyed them, shields said, as far as he was concerned the records were finished business with him, 3/10/38

Discusses Wall Street reforms with Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Oct. 29. Paul Shields, New York Utilities expert, shown leaving the White House after conferring with President Roosevelt in relation to Wall Street reforms growing out of the Richard Whitney case. Shields, recommends greater safeguards for brokerage customer funds, 10/29/38

Susan Hart Shields House, 1401 Sixteenth Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Genl. Shields at the battle of Winchester, Va. 1862

National picture. Behold oh! America, your sons. The greatest among men / L. Kurz ; lith. by Chas. Shober, Chicago.

Redstone Arsenal, Harris Residence, Off Buxtia Road between Shields & McAlpine Roads, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Redstone Arsenal, Harris Residence, Off Buxtia Road between Shields & McAlpine Roads, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Redstone Arsenal, Harris Residence, Off Buxtia Road between Shields & McAlpine Roads, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Redstone Arsenal, Harris Residence, Off Buxtia Road between Shields & McAlpine Roads, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Redstone Arsenal, Harris Residence, Off Buxtia Road between Shields & McAlpine Roads, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Redstone Arsenal, Harris Residence, Off Buxtia Road between Shields & McAlpine Roads, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Thomas Langford Butler to Thomas Shields, February 15, 1815

Thomas Langford Butler to Thomas Shields, February 15, 1815

James Shields to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 20, 1862 (Recommendation)

James Shields to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 20, 1862 (Recommendation)

James Shields to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 20, 1862 (Recommendation)

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