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Bathing beach beauty contest, [1920], Eliz. Roache (most beautiful suit)

New York Mayor's Court. William Trusdell against Francis Harison, Esq. For arresting, imprisoning and keeping the Plaintif Ten weeks in prison, at the suit of Joseph Weldon, without authority ... [Dated New York, August 25th, 1733].

Thomas Jefferson to Unknown, June 30, 1771, Suit Brought by Martar

Virginia. In the House of delegates, Thursday, 28h November, 1793. Resolved that a state cannot, under the constitution of the United States, be made a defendant at the suit of any individual or individuals, and that the decision of the Supreme

The author of the following communication is not influenced by malicious motives. His object is solely to expose, publicly, the mal-conduct of a government officer ... As a suit is now pending in court respecting this transaction, it is hoped th

To the citizens of Washington. A hand bill is in circulation signed "a citizen and a tax payer" in which, among Gen. John P. Van Ness's claims to the honor of being re-elected Mayor of Washington, it is stated that he has ordered suit" against J

[Boy wearing suit, full-length portrait, standing, facing front]

[Unidentified Liberian man in suit with watch fob and papers and pencil in his breast pocket]

[Unidentified Liberian man in suit and bowtie]

Central Park Skate Emporium. Skates to suit everybody, from 50 cents to $25

Tourists' tickets to Niagara Falls, Rapids of the St. Lawrence, Thousand Islands, Saratoga, Hudson River, and other popular resorts; or Round trips including all the above, at prices to suit the times ... Vt. Central R, R. Line. [Boston] Fred Ro

[Full-length portrait of a young man, standing with one hand in suit jacket]

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, full-length portrait, standing at edge of ocean, in bathing suit, with left hand on boat, facing right]

The difference between a man in a full dress suit and full man in a dress suit

Mr. McKinley presents a counter attraction to his "all wool" suit of clothing

[Herbert Copeland, wearing suit]

[Full-length portrait of a man in suit and hat, holding papers and a board(?) in front of his face while cluthching a ruler(?)]

[Red Cloud, Oglala division of Lakota, Sioux, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right wearing suit] / Trager and Kuhn, Chadron, Neb.

[Bertram G. Goodhue wearing suit in library, seated]

The hares and the tortoise (from Aesop, altered to suit) / J.S. Pughe.

[Boy in suit with hand against face]

U.S. Reports: American Express Co. v. Michigan, 177 U.S. 404 (1900)

Premet Tailor Suit by J.M. Gidding

Prince Leopold of Belgium in sailor suit

Miss Allyn King wearing 3 - piece suit, separate soutache braided silk crepe blouse

King England, and boy in sailor suit

Hedda DeWolf Hopper, cape suit of eponette

Adelaide Lambert in swim suit with medals

[Clarence White in suit, seated]

Paquin blue tailored suit

[Portrait of man wearing a pinstripe suit seated with his arms crossed] / Miss Elton, Cleveland, Ohio.

Prince Leopold, in sailor suit

Cantacuzene, full lght., standing; wearing sailor suit, holding toy shovel, Boissonnas & Eggler / Boissonnas &

Riding suit no. 1

[Samuel Gompers, half-length portrait, facing slightly left, wearing white suit]

[Elliott, Taylor, Woolfenden, cloak and suit, Detroit, Mich.]

[Julius Caesar Augustus in suit jacket]

[Three-fourth length portrait of Theodore Roosevelt in suit facing forward.]

[Main in sailor suit]

[Young man in suit, seated]

[Man in old suit warming himself by fireplace]

[Young man in suit and woman in white blouse and hat, both seated, portrait]

[Man, in suit, with hand on chin]

[Man in suit, standing]

["Chug" in sailor suit, standing in doorway]

[Young man in suit]

[Hall and stairway, with suit of armor at left, and statue of cowboys on horseback at right, in home of Edmund Cogswell Converse, Greenwich, Connecticut]

[Hirakita Hyakubotu, with hand against face, wearing suit, slightly cropped at bottom]

[Young woman posing in bathing suit with other bathers and spectators in background]

[Man in suit carrying equipment cases in stadium]

[Mack Sennett girl in bathing suit holding up oar]

[Man in suit carrying equipment cases in stadium]

[Man in suit carrying equipment cases in stadium]

[Young man in suit, seated, with hand on leg]

Prince Henry of Wales, in sailor suit

[David Leung, in sailor suit, face]

[Boy in sailor suit, smock and cap, seated]

[Boy in sailor suit and cap, reclining]

[David Leung, in sailor suit, face]

[Tony in sailor suit, reclining]

[David Leung, in sailor suit]

[F.H. Day in sailor suit, portrait]

["Pippy" in sailor suit, reclining]

["Pucky"(?) in suit, reading newspaper at kitchen table]

[Ruyl family (Mrs. Beatrice Ruyl in chaise lounge with Barbara (baby), Mr. Ruyl seated with Ruth (in sailor suit)]

[Young woman in bathing suit with small dog in front of studio backdrop of beach]

[Author Upton Sinclair, in white suit with black arm band, picketing Rockefeller Building]

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. HIS SUIT

Woman in Poiret - Gray Suit (Wanamaker) - full length, standing

[Women's fashions: Poiret check suit]

[Maynard White in sailor suit standing beside a column on pergola]

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. HIS SUIT

[Military group, Newton Baker in dark suit at center; on steps of State, War and Navy Building, Washington, D.C.]

AUD, T. IN LIFE SAVING SUIT

Dunbar & Dukate oyster cannery. According to the testimony of a number of the parents and children, this factory reverses the child labor law to suit its own convenience, and probably to avoid detection. Instead of excluding the young children from work before six o'clock according to the law, they let the young children work from four until seven, and then send them home. Location: Biloxi, Mississippi / L.W. Hine.

NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD. FRONT: F.J. SPRAGUE; UNIDENTIFIED; MILLER R. HUTCHISON; THOMAS A.EDISON; DANIELS; F.D. ROOSEVELT. 2ND ROW, ONLY 3, STANDING ON 2ND STEP: H.E. COFFIN; UNIDENT.; PETER COOPER HEWITT. 3RD ROW: E.S. WEBSTER OF MASSACHUSETTS; UNIDENT. WITH BEARD; UNIDENT. IN LIGHT SUIT; THOMAS ROBBINS

[William Zorach, half-length portrait, dressed in suit and overcoat and wearing a hat]

While Mother made the sailor suit I was set to work on the doll dress

Ertle[?] in paper suit

Ertle[?] in paper suit

Ertle[?] in paper suit

[Woman modeling hat and suit with long coat and fur collar]

[Pilot in flight suit greets Sir Herbert Samuel. Gertrude Bell(?) stands between Samuel and pilot. Wyndham Deedes and Amir Abdullah to the left in foreground]

[Woman in bathing suit with trophy cup]

[Miss Washington in bathing suit with group]

[Arctic explorer Donald MacMillan in fur suit at wheel of ship Bowdoin]

[Woman in bathing suit]

[Woman in bathing suit]

Miss Washington in bathing suit at Wardman Park pool

[Woman in bathing suit with first prize cup]

[Betty Compson, half length portrait, standing, with umbrella, in bathing suit, facing slightly right, eating Eskimo Pie. Movie star]

[Woman in bathing suit]

[Boy in sailor suit with baseball at White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Women in bathing suit with prize cups]

[Miss Washington in bathing suit]

[Man in suit, member of Haile Selassie's entourage?]

[Man in military uniform and man in suit jacket, members of Haile Selassie's entourage?]

Son of H.S. [i.e., Haile Selassie] in suit & tie

[Danny Murphy, coach, Philadelphia AL, Joe Bush, New York AL, Chief Bender in a suit, Bob Shawkey, New York AL (baseball)]

[Unidentified child in sailor suit]