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[Rosalie Henriette Bediez Laborde, full-length portrait of a woman, three-quarters to right, standing, in costume with lace apron, holding bouquet]

[Sesto Benedetti, three-quarter length portrait, facing three-quarters to right, with beard, sitting in chair, wearing large ring and figured waistcoat]

[Teresa Truffi, full-length portrait of a woman, slightly to the left, eyes right, standing, in theatrical costume, holding small bottle]

[Emma Gillingham Bostwick, half-length portrait of a woman, three-quarters to left, facing three-quarters to right]

Mrs. Van Zandt

Anna Bishop

Mme. Clara M. Brinkerhoff

Antone Parvali

Anna Bishop

Mr. Mazzolini

Gazzangia

Medori

Miranda

Medori

Pasquale Brignoli

Gazzangia

Gazzangia

Antone Parvali

Mrs. Van Zandt

Miranda

Antone Parvali

Mme. Clara M. Brinkerhoff

Medori

Mrs. Van Zandt

Sunini

Mr. Mazzolini

Mlle. Boisso

Mr. Mazzolini

Miranda

Sunini

Anna Bishop

Seventh general Singer Festival in Philad. Pa. 13 to the 16 of June 1857 Siebentes allgemeines Saengerfest in Philadelphia vom 13 - 16 Juni 1857

Interior view of the central office of I.M. Singer & Co., 458 Broadway, New York City / Keating sc.

Euphrosyne Parepa-Rosa Opera Singer

Geistinger

Vestralli, "Singer"

Jauner-Krall

Gallmayer

Vestralli, "Singer"

Miss Louisa Kellogg. - Singer

Clara L. Kellogg

Clara L. Kellogg

[Studio portraits of a Japanese broom vendor, a naval officer, a woman, and women street singers]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese woman singer with a shamisen, a priest wearing robes, and women]

Thursby, Emma. Singer

Stanton, Kate (Singer)

Stanton, Kate (Singer)

Thursby, Emma. Singer

Abbott, Emma. Singer

Stanton, Kate (Singer)

Abbott, Emma. Singer

Nielsen

Mallinger

[Jean-Baptiste Faure, French opera singer, head-and-shoulders portrait, in costume as Hamlet, facing left] / Ch. Reutlinger, Phot.

Lucca

Peschka-Leutner

Euphrosyne Parepa-Rosa Opera Singer

Serio comic singer

Duse

A played-out tenor - from star to street-singer / F. Opper.

The Gospel singer

The miniature Patti, Louise Marguerite the wonderful child singer & actress.

Elizabeth Carter Brooks with Emma Azelia Smith Hackley (wearing spectacles)

Men of Mark, Library edition, No. 6, George R. McKenzie i.e., MacKenzie, President of the Singer M'F'G Co

Saturday evening at Lotos Club, 149 Fifth Avenue, New York City

All nations use Singer sewing machines / J. Ottmann Lith. Co., Puck Building, N.Y.

All nations use Singer sewing machines Woman in the middle of the tradecard, elegantly dressed, standing at a sewing machine

Portugal (Vianna) / J. Ottmann Lith. Co., N.Y.

Ceylon / J. Ottmann Lith. Co., N.Y.

[French cabaret singer Yvette Guilbert wearing gown and long black gloves; illustration and surrounding text]

Singer, Lt. Com. F

Singer, Lt. Com

According to the ideas of our missionary maniacs, the Chinaman must be converted, even if it takes the whole military and naval forces of the two greatest nations of the world to do it / Dalrymple.

Pauline Hall, 1860-1919

[Yvette Guilbert, 1865-1944, half length portrait, standing, facing slightly right]

India - Hindu family

Fred J. Piper, baritone

Office in Bombay, India

Braslau

Braslau

Braslau

[Gus Van, Vaudeville comic & singer (baseball)]

Braslau

Skyscrapers, looking north towards towers of Woolworth Building and Singer Building, Manhattan, New York, N.Y.

Eddie Cantor

De Luca

Man near statue

McCormack

M. Journet

McCormack

De Luca

McCormack & Bori

Man near owl ornament

John McCormack and son

De Luca

Danise

Mme. Sembrich

De Luca

Namara and Guy Bolton

V. Lazzari and wife

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