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William Fleming to Thomas Jefferson, June 22, 1776, Comment on Proceedings of the Virginia House Committee to Prepare "A Plan of Government"

William Fleming to Thomas Jefferson, June 22, 1776, Comment on Proceed...

Comment on Proceedings of the Virginia House Committee to Prepare "A Plan of Government"

Comment vous ne vous arretez pas ...  Vous ne máimez plus. Je commence a en avoir assez, je ne fais plus que passer

Comment vous ne vous arretez pas ... Vous ne máimez plus. Je commence...

A man glances at a woman as he passes her on the street. No copyright information found with item. Signed, lower center: Ricardo Flores. Title inscribed above image. Bequest and gift; Caroline and Erwin Swann; ... more

Comment ils écrivent l'histoire

Comment ils écrivent l'histoire

French soldiers on a battlefield; includes vignette of mother surrounded by children, reading letter. Translation of title: How the soldiers write history. Signed: V. Prouvé, 1918. Promotional goal: Fr. J44. 19... more

[ Comment on Martha Graham performance of October 16, 1927]

[ Comment on Martha Graham performance of October 16, 1927]

Reproduced with permission of Martha Graham Resources, a division of The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, www.marthagraham.org. (Copyright Notice)

[ Comment on Martha Graham recital of March 3, 1929]

[ Comment on Martha Graham recital of March 3, 1929]

Reproduced with permission of Martha Graham Resources, a division of The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, www.marthagraham.org. (Copyright Notice)

Anonymous to James Madison, October 14, 1812. Includes a comment by Albert Gallatin.

Anonymous to James Madison, October 14, 1812. Includes a comment by Al...

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Anonymous to James Madison, October 14, 1812. Includes a comment by Albert Gallatin.

Anonymous to James Madison, October 14, 1812. Includes a comment by Al...

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Anonymous to James Madison, October 14, 1812. Includes a comment by Albert Gallatin.

Anonymous to James Madison, October 14, 1812. Includes a comment by Al...

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Henry Lee to James Madison, January 23, 1792. with James Madison Comment.

Henry Lee to James Madison, January 23, 1792. with James Madison Comme...

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Henry Lee to James Madison, January 23, 1792. with James Madison Comment.

Henry Lee to James Madison, January 23, 1792. with James Madison Comme...

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Henry Lee to James Madison, January 23, 1792. with James Madison Comment.

Henry Lee to James Madison, January 23, 1792. with James Madison Comme...

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Henry Lee to James Madison, January 23, 1792. with James Madison Comment.

Henry Lee to James Madison, January 23, 1792. with James Madison Comme...

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