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Brillant naval victory [Cut] Yankee Perry, better than old English cider. "Tune--- Three Yankee pigeons." [11 stanzas of verse] [Boston] Printed by N. Coverly, Milk Street [1813].

Grand victory on Lake Champlain [Cuts] Tenth naval victory.- "Com. Macdonough obtained a glorious victory, over the British Fleet on Lake Champlain Sept. 11 ... The old-war proverb still holds good; "There's virtue in the Yankee blood." Tune ...

[Nine humorous vignettes of a woman looking at her reflection in two mirrors, crowded stagecoach being loaded, insolvent man refusing to get out of bed, man walking on ceiling, John Bull and the Yankee barber, woman having portrait painted, town man mocking clothes of a country man, men greeting each other in storm, and fainting bride at Afro-American marriage ceremony]

[John Bull and the Yankee barber]

Our Yankee generals. Air: Dixie's land. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y

Southern Planter: "Pomp, you Rascal! do you see any of those cursed Yankee ships coming this way?" / J.M.[?]

Fredericksburg, Virginia. Gunboat YANKEE

Theatre! Benefit and last appearance but one of the celebrated American comedian Yankee Locke. On this occasion will be presented W. W. Pratt's moral lesson, entitled Ten nights in a bar room ... Friday evening December 29th, 1865 ... [n. p. 186

Theatre! Benefit and last appearance but one of the celebrated American comedian Yankee Locke! ... December 20th, 1865

American River, from the Central Pacific Railroad, around C. Horn - Bridge and Road to Yankee Jim's - Placer County

Republican star campaign song ... We'll go for Hayes and Wheeler. Air:- "Yankee Doodle" Melrose, Mass. 1876.

Yankee doodle. Revised for the Camp Fire by Comrade Thersites. Copyright by Capt. C. E. Mastin, Richmond, Ind. [c. 1888].

The Yankee peddler at the parsonage

Yankee visitors in Jacksonville, Fla.

U.S.S. Yankee, "All hands on the boat falls"

U.S.S. Yankee lieutenants Duncan and Andrews

U.S.S. Yankee, crew after 48 hours coaling

U.S.S. Yankee, morning bath

Starboard crew - Naval Reserve Ship YANKEE

U.S.S. Yankee pilot house

U.S.S. Yankee, wash day

U.S.S. Yankee

U.S.S. Yankee, washing down decks

U.S.S. Yankee

U.S.S. Yankee

U.S.S. Yankee, the colors

Yankee

Yankee

Yankee

Knickerbocker Theatre playing Geo. M. Cohan's "The Yankee Prince"

The Brave Sir Mark, A Yankee writer at King Arthur's Court

[New York Yankee President Frank Farrell's box seats at the Polo Grounds, New York (baseball)]

Yankee Doodle

The Yankee Doodle boy

GUNSTON HALL YANKEE CLUB

Old Van Rensselaer House, where Yankee Doodle waswritten, Albany, N.Y.

[Umpire gets ready to make the call as catcher applies tag to New York Yankee ball player sliding into home plate during baseball game]

[Umpire watches as New York Yankee player slides into base ahead of the tag during baseball game with Washington]

"There is a rich land to the south" -- the Pan-American Mercury to the yankee manufacturers / Keppler.

[Frank Farrell, Yankee president, making presentation to Harry Wolverton and Yankee players (baseball)]

[General Leonard Wood shakes hands with a Yankee baseball player as Yankees Manager Bill Donovan stands to the right of him, Polo Grounds, New York (baseball)]

[Raymond Benjamin Caldwell, Yankee pitcher, full-length portrait, facing right, with right arm extended outward after throwing baseball]

Arriving in Boston, Thu., April 10th, 1919, Troopship "Mongolia" with boys of the 26th ("Yankee") Division, the first ship to sink a German submarine

Arrival at Commonwealth Pier, Troopship America, with heroes of the 26th ("Yankee") Division, Sat. April 5th, 1919

Final review of the 26th (Yankee) Division, Camp Devens, April 22nd, 1919

Arrival at Commonwealth Pier, Boston, Mass., Troopship Agamemnon with 26th ("Yankee") Division boy's [sic], April 7th, 1919, formerly German "Liner Kaiser Wilhelm II"

Uncle Sam and John Bull again fast friends - Yankee Troops in London

Yankee basketball team, 1920

Yankee basketball team, 1920

Lauher, Yankee, 1921

Yankee group, 1921

Yankee group, 1921

[Denver Grigsby, Yankee spring prospect, New York AL (baseball)]

[Jacob Ruppert, Gov. Al Smith & wife at opening of Yankee Stadium, 4/18/23 (baseball)]

[Opening Day 1923 Yankee Stadium (baseball)]

Frank Chance & Miller Huggins, managers of the Boston Red Sox & NY Yanks shaking hands before start of 1923 opening game at Yankee Stadium, NY, 4/18/23

[Babe Ruth Shaking Hands With Pres. Warren Harding, at Yankee Stadium 4/24/23; Dr Chas. Sawyer (President's physician) & Albert Lasker also in box (baseball)]

[US President Warren Harding at Yankee Stadium, 4/24/1923 (baseball)]

[Harry New (Postmaster General), Dr. Chas. Sawyer (President's physician), Albert Lasker, Jacob Ruppert & Pres. Warren Harding at Yankee Stadium, 4/24/23 (baseball)]

[New York Governor Alfred E. Smith at the opening of Yankee Stadium (baseball)]

[Opening Day 1923 Yankee Stadium (baseball)]

[Albert D. Lasker (advertising genius), Jacob Ruppert (owner of New York AL), President Warren Harding at Yankee Stadium 4/24/1923 (baseball)]

[Fans at ticket booths at Yankee Stadium, right field grandstand (baseball)]

[Babe Ruth, at opening of Yankee Stadium (baseball)]

[Jacob Ruppert, Judge Kenesaw M. Landis, Tillinghast Huston, Harry Frazee, ? Flynn, at Yankee Stadium, 4/18/23 (baseball)]

Yankee Stadium opening day, 4/18/1923

Jacob Ruppert, Judge Kenesaw M. Landis, Tillinghast Huston, at Yankee Stadium, 4/18/23 (baseball)]

[Jacob Ruppert, New York Governor Al Smith & wife at opening day of Yankee Stadium, 4/18/23 (baseball)]

[Fans lined up for World Series bleacher seats at Yankee Stadium (baseball)]

Yankee opening day 1923

Yankee Stadium, 4/3/23

[Harry New (Postmaster General), Albert Lasker & Pres. Warren Harding at Yankee Stadium, 4/24/23 (baseball)]

Yankee Stadium, 4/3/24

Yankee Dugout

Opening ceremonies at Yankee Stadium, 1925

Opening ceremonies at Yankee Stadium, 1925

[Yankee dugout, New York AL (baseball)]

[Opening baseball season at Yankee Stadium, 4/14/1925 (baseball)]

[Umpire Nallan ready to make the call as Washington catcher Hank Severeid awaits ball while New York Yankee Lou Gehrig slides into home plate during baseball game]

Closures on bottles and jars for glass containers. Yankee Lax in glass bottle with cap

[Train: Main Central ... Flying Yankee]

Try a Yankee Doodle cocktail - New! Novel! Different! - "Follow the parade" now at Hollywood Playhouse.

Try a Yankee Doodle cocktail - New! Novel! Different! - "Follow the parade" now at Greek Theatre.

Yankee outfielder gets remembrance from Laurel, MD, fans. Washington, D.C., Aug. 18. Jake Powell, New York Yankee outfielder, was presented with a wallet today as a token of esteem from fans of Laurel, MD, where he played as a semipro. Brig. Gen E.E. Hatch, U.S.A. retired, now mayor of Laurel, is shown making the presentation

FIRST LADY CHRISTENS YANKEE CLIPPER. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 3. MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY SMASHED A BOTTLE OF WATER FROM THE SEVEN SEAS ON THE BOW OF THE YANKEE CLIPPER, CHRISTENING THE 40-TON, 74 PASSENGER FLYING BOAT WHICH WILL INAUGURATE TRANSATLANTIC AIR PASSENGER SERVICE. THE CEREMONY TOOK PLACE AT THE U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION HERE

Yankee Clipper

The incoming tide was not taken into consideration when official planned the christening of the giant flying boat Yankee clipper, at the U.S. Naval Station, Wash., D.C., As a result many of the sound engineers were marooned before Mrs. Roosevelt christened the ship, March 1939

FIRST LADY CHRISTENS YANKEE CLIPPER. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 3. MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY SMASHED A BOTTLE OF WATER FROM THE SEVEN SEAS ON THE BOW OF THE YANKEE CLIPPER, CHRISTENING THE 40-TON, 74 PASSENGER FLYING BOAT WHICH WILL INAUGURATE TRANSATLANTIC AIR PASSENGER SERVICE. THE CEREMONY TOOK PLACE AT THE U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION HERE

Miscellaneous lot of photographs by Barbara Wright, e.g. University of Virginia, Franconia, New Hampshire, Maine. Walter Richmond, Yankee farmer at Washburn homestead, Livermore, Maine

Mr. Edward Buzzell, Yankee dairy farmer of Slocum, Rhode Island

Old Yankee farmer. Has a very small farm with a subsistence garden and some turkeys. Near Fitchville, Connecticut

Mr. Edward Buzzell, Yankee dairy farmer of Slocum, Rhode Island

Mrs. Mary Smith, Polish tobacco farmer married to a Yankee. She runs the farm, husband has a job in town. Near Thompsonville, Connecticut

Mrs. Mary Smith, Polish tobacco farmer, married to a Yankee. She runs the farm. Husband has job in town. Near Thomsonville, Connecticut

Miscellaneous lot of photographs by Barbara Wright, e.g. University of Virginia, Franconia, New Hampshire, Maine. Walter Richmond, Yankee farmer at Washburn homestead, Livermore, Maine

Miscellaneous lot of photographs by Barbara Wright, e.g. University of Virginia, Franconia, New Hampshire, Maine. Walter Richmond, Yankee farmer at Washburn homestead, Livermore, Maine

Old Yankee farmer, has a small farm with a subsistance garden and some turkeys. Near Fitchville, Connecticut

Hartford, Connecticut (vicinity). Polish farmer (left) who shares work with a Yankee neighbor, harvesting his tobacco crop with his Yankee partner

Hartford, Connecticut (vicinity). Polish farmer (left) who shares work with a Yankee neighbor, harvesting his tobacco crop with his Yankee partner

The Flying Fortress being admired here is the Yankee Doodle, Jr., which has the enviable record of having sunk a Japanese cruiser and a transport. The flags indicate Zeros shot down in the South Pacific combat