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Topic: clara

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I.S. Clara

I.S. Clara

Print shows four Dutch ships, one burning anchored off small island.

Theatrical doctors recovering Clara's notes! / [Williams]

Theatrical doctors recovering Clara's notes! / [Williams]

"Mrs. Billington, enormously fat, sits in an arm-chair, her arms flung over its arms, opening her mouth for a spoonful of guineas, administed by W. T. Lewis (right), who bends over her ..." (Source: George)

Clara
Clara Ziegler

Clara Ziegler

Photograph shows Clara Ziegler, German actress, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.

Esplicacion de la 1a. vista del panorama de Mexico / imprenta lito callejon de Sa. Clara 8.

Esplicacion de la 1a. vista del panorama de Mexico / imprenta lito cal...

Print showing bird's-eye view of prominent buildings, identified by numbered key, in Mexico City.

Clara
[J.W. Drew, Clara Barton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schloss(?) on porch of house, 26 New St., Ansonia, Conn.]

[J.W. Drew, Clara Barton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schloss(?) on porch ...

Stamp on verso: "Clara Barton Brow (Drew?), studio and home portraits."

Clara Barton - from portrait taken in Civil War and authorized by her as the one she wished to be remembered by

Clara Barton - from portrait taken in Civil War and authorized by her ...

Clara Barton, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.

Clara
Clara Barton.  A war time photograph by Brady

Clara Barton. A war time photograph by Brady

Clara Barton, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly left.

Clara
Clara
Clara Lipman

Clara Lipman

Clara Lipman, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front.

Our happy little admirers at Villa Clara, Cuba

Our happy little admirers at Villa Clara, Cuba

Crowd of children and some adults in street.

Clara Bow
Clara Butt
[The Clara Barton Ambulance Corps of the National First Aid Association of America]

[The Clara Barton Ambulance Corps of the National First Aid Associatio...

Photograph showing two uniformed men standing before the entrance of a building bearing the name of The Clara Barton Ambulance Corps above the door and the insignia of The National First Aid Association of Amer... more

Clara Bow
Clara Barton, 1821-1912

Clara Barton, 1821-1912

Full lgth., standing, facing slightly right.

Clara Barton, 1821-1912

Clara Barton, 1821-1912

Half lgth., facing left.

The Potter--Santa Clara

The Potter--Santa Clara

Santa Clara woman, full-length portrait, seated with pottery.

Oyegi-a ye ("Frost Moving"), Santa Clara Governor

Oyegi-a ye ("Frost Moving"), Santa Clara Governor

Oyegi-a ye, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing cap with feathers and a single horn.

In the village of Santa Clara

In the village of Santa Clara

Two Pueblo women carrying jugs on their heads; trees, rail fence, stick structure along dirt path in the background.

Pottery burners at Santa Clara

Pottery burners at Santa Clara

Photograph shows two women, probably Tewa, tending a fire pit, Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico.

A Santa Clara man (Frost Moving)

A Santa Clara man (Frost Moving)

Oyegi-a ye (Frost Moving), a Tewa Pueblo Indian, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front.

Over the rich orchards of the Santa Clara Valley from Hamilton, Ca. U.S.A.

Over the rich orchards of the Santa Clara Valley from Hamilton, Ca. U....

Stereograph showing a man standing behind a fence viewing farmland below.

Clara Lyde

Clara Lyde

Full length, standing, facing front.

Santa Clara pueblo Indians

Santa Clara pueblo Indians

Two Santa Clara Pueblo Indians, full-length portraits, facing front, standing in front of fence, New Mexico.

First site of Mission Santa Clara

First site of Mission Santa Clara

13 people standing by cross, Santa Clara, California.

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