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[Dormitory at the Imperial Military Academy] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[Dormitory at the Imperial Military Academy] / Abdullah Frères, Phot.,...

Title translated from album caption. Captioned in French. No. 37. No. 355. In album: Imperial military and medical schools, with student and teacher portraits and activities, Istanbul, Ottoman Empire. Forms par... more

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: A Dormitory in the Sisters' House, Ephrata]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his arti...

Reference copy may be available in 4400-G. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Convicts lined up outside dormitory at Khabarovsk

Convicts lined up outside dormitory at Khabarovsk

Similar to photograph in Lot 11948 from negative LC-USZ62-47622. Gift; William P. Meeker; 1971. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942. World's Transportation Commission photograph collection (Library... more

Shaw University, Raleigh, N.C. -  medical dormitory

Shaw University, Raleigh, N.C. - medical dormitory

Photograph shows young African American men playing croquet outside the dormitory. Title from item.

Dormitory, Municipal Lodging House

Dormitory, Municipal Lodging House

Photograph shows the Municipal Lodging House of New York City, which opened in February 1909 at 432-438 East 25th Street. (Source: American Labor Legislation Review, vol. 5 (1915), p. 616)

N.Y. Municipal Lodging House: dormitory

N.Y. Municipal Lodging House: dormitory

Photograph shows the Municipal Lodging House of New York City, which opened in February 1909 at 432-438 East 25th Street and opened in February, 1909. (Source: American Labor Legislation Review, vol. 5 (1915), p. 616)

Presentation at Blackwell House. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Miller gave portrait of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell for Girl's Dormitory

Presentation at Blackwell House. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Miller gave port...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Alice Stone Blackwell were speakers at William Smith College program presenting Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell's portrait

Learning to Keep House. These Belgian children have no homes in which to learn housekeeping but they are learning domestic art in their dormitory of the Ypres school colony, which has been established with aid sent by the Amer. Red Cross members. The dormitory is as spotlessly clean as though the little housekeepers had lived among all the comforts which American children know. They are some of the 350 children who were gathered in the colony by the Red Cross because they have no homes in which to stay during the bitter winter. While their parents are living in damp cellars and dugouts, the children are kept as comfortable as possible

Learning to Keep House. These Belgian children have no homes in which ...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Paris Office. Group title: Children, Belgium. On caption card: (1/1975) Used ... more

In the girl's dormitory

In the girl's dormitory

Two young women dancing beside bed; Cornell and New Hampshire pennants on wall. Copyright by Exhibit Supply Co. No. 15.

[Government dormitory]

[Government dormitory]

Title taken from handwritten inventory.

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