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Emma
Mrs. Emma Willard's chronographer of ancient history, Troy, New York 1851 / lith. of Sarony 117 Fulton St. N. York.

Mrs. Emma Willard's chronographer of ancient history, Troy, New York 1...

Print showing an ionic temple with the columns, floor, and ceiling labeled with events in history beginning, in the background, with "Creation" and ending in the foreground with "The Roman Empire."

Emma Webb
Emma Webb
Emma Webb
[Private Edward A. Cary of Company I, 44th Virginia Infantry Regiment, in uniform and his sister, Emma J. Garland née Cary]

[Private Edward A. Cary of Company I, 44th Virginia Infantry Regiment,...

Photograph shows identified soldier and woman; manuscript found with photograph. More information is in "Glimpses of Soldiers' Lives," http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/coll/SoldierbiosCary.html

Emma Juch Wellman

Emma Juch Wellman

Half lgth., facing left.

Misses Emma Stitt, Virginia Edwards, Cecil L. Jones, and Alice Milburn

Misses Emma Stitt, Virginia Edwards, Cecil L. Jones, and Alice Milburn

Four debutantes walking under cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin with Washington Monument in background, Washington, D.C.

Emma Eames
Emma Godey

Emma Godey

"Aunt Emma Godey and Ruth (at piano) - 2455 18th St. N.W.," Washington, D.C.

Hague, Holland. Theo Roosevelt leaving Ex-Queen Emma's

Hague, Holland. Theo Roosevelt leaving Ex-Queen Emma's

Photograph shows Theodore Roosevelt riding in rear of a horse drawn coach.

Emma Goldman 1869-1940

Emma Goldman 1869-1940

Portrait, bust, facing left.

Mrs. Sus. Fitzgerald, Emma Bugby, Maggie Murphy, Mrs. H.S. Blatch

Mrs. Sus. Fitzgerald, Emma Bugby, Maggie Murphy, Mrs. H.S. Blatch

Photo shows (left to right) suffragists Susan Walker Fitzgerald (1871-1943), Emma Bugbee (1888-1981), Maggie Murphy and Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940) at a women's suffrage parade in New York City. (Source:... more

Susan Fitzgerald, Emma Bugby, Maggie Murphy, and Mrs. H.S. Blatch

Susan Fitzgerald, Emma Bugby, Maggie Murphy, and Mrs. H.S. Blatch

Photo shows (left to right) suffragists Susan Walker Fitzgerald (1871-1943), Emma Bugbee (1888-1981), and Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940) at a women's suffrage parade in New York City. (Source: Flickr Common... more

Emma Goldman

Emma Goldman

Photograph shows anarchist and activist Emma Goldman (1869-1940) who was in the news during May and June of 1917 for her opposition to the "selective draft." (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2015)

Gladys Kierstead, Emma Hanks [i.e. Hanko]

Gladys Kierstead, Emma Hanks [i.e. Hanko]

Photograph shows a cooking class for men at the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York during World War I. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2015 and article "Systematic selection of cooks for new army," The New Yo... more

[The black hat (Emma in a black hat)] / Geo. Bellows.

[The black hat (Emma in a black hat)] / Geo. Bellows.

Emma Bellows, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly left, wearing large hat.

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