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Topic: images of george washington

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George Washington's Fishing Tackle

George Washington's Fishing Tackle

Fish hooks, line, and hook container.

The art critic / C. Hassman̄.

The art critic / C. Hassman̄.

Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt wearing his Rough Rider uniform, with a "Nobel Prize" extending from one pocket and "The Big Stick" leaning against the wall, changing the title to a large painting of Geor... more

The Return from the hunt / J.L.G. Ferris.

The Return from the hunt / J.L.G. Ferris.

President George Washington greets family at Mount Vernon upon his return from hunting.

Constant Le Marin [and] Geo. Kennedy

Constant Le Marin [and] Geo. Kennedy

Photo shows wrestler and sports promoter George Washington Kendall (1881-1921) on left, with Belgian wrestler, Constant Le Marin. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)

Sam B. Boyd (Knoxville), H.C. Bunker (Cin'ti), Geo. Olvanny (Dep. Com'y, N.Y.), Geo. O. Luce (Knoxville), Geo. Kelly (Bism'k)

Sam B. Boyd (Knoxville), H.C. Bunker (Cin'ti), Geo. Olvanny (Dep. Com'...

Photo shows Sam B. Boyd, chief of the Knoxville fire department, Henry C. Bunker, chief of the Cincinnati fire department (1912-1916), George Washington Olvany, deputy fire commissioner in New York City and Geo... more

G.W. Plunkett [i.e., Plunkitt]

G.W. Plunkett [i.e., Plunkitt]

Photo shows New York State Senator and Tammany Hall politician George Washington Plunkitt (1842-1924). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2010)

He couldn't tell a lie / L.M. Glackens.

He couldn't tell a lie / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt, dressed as George Washington, holding an axe labeled "1912 Candidacy", and with his left hand on his chin, he ponders chopping down a cherry tree which has a quote carved ... more

Scotti; Amato; Hinshaw

Scotti; Amato; Hinshaw

Photo probably shows three opera singers, baritones Antonio Scotti, Pasquale Amato, and William Hinshaw, who arrived in New York City aboard the steamship George Washington in 1912 to perform with the Metropoli... more

He had a hunch / L.M. Glackens.

He had a hunch / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows George Washington carrying a small, potted cherry tree, turning to flee after reading notices posted on the "United States Bulletin Board", some of which state, "Delicatessen Trust to be Inve... more

Santa Claus in Wall Street / Ehrhart.

Santa Claus in Wall Street / Ehrhart.

Illustration shows an angry mob of bankers, brokers, and financiers threatening Santa Claus who is hanging off the statue of George Washington outside Federal Hall in Manhattan, New York City, New York.

The seven wonders of the world acclaim the eighth! / Keppler.

The seven wonders of the world acclaim the eighth! / Keppler.

Illustration shows Uncle Sam holding the American flag raised in his right hand and with George W. "Goethals" sitting on his left shoulder, standing astride the "Panama Canal", which he is presenting as the eig... more

A second Yorktown / Keppler.

A second Yorktown / Keppler.

Illustration shows a scene reminisent of the surrender at Yorktown, a man portraying Lord Cornwallis labeled "Special Privilege" is offering his sword to President Wilson portraying George Washington, with Will... more

Mrs. G.W. Lopp & cigarettes sent to France

Mrs. G.W. Lopp & cigarettes sent to France

Photograph shows Mrs. George Washington-Lopp (Clara Dolores Machain) sitting in front of a shipment of cigarettes and cigars she arranged to have shipped to soldiers fighting in World War I. (Source: Flickr Com... more

Washington inspecting the captured colors after the battle of Trenton

Washington inspecting the captured colors after the battle of Trenton

Print shows General George Washington standing with a group of soldiers looking at the flags captured from the British during the battle of Trenton.

Gen. G.W. Goethals

Gen. G.W. Goethals

Photograph shows General George Washington Goethals (1858-1928) who supervised the construction of the Panama Canal. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2015)

George Washington Goethals, 1858-1928

George Washington Goethals, 1858-1928

Head and shoulders, facing left.

Washington Lopp, wife and daughter

Washington Lopp, wife and daughter

Photograph shows George Washington Lopp with stepdaughter Sophia Machain and wife Clara Washington Lopp aboard a ship, probably the S.S. Espagne on a trip from France in 1915. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2014)

G.A. [i.e., W.] Kirchwey

G.A. [i.e., W.] Kirchwey

Photograph shows lawyer, politician and journalist George Washington Kirchwey (1855-1942). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

Washington School building

Washington School building

Washington School building, Alexandria, Virginia, the first free school in Virginia, founded by George Washington, in 1785.

G.A. [i.e., W.] Kirchwey

G.A. [i.e., W.] Kirchwey

Photograph shows lawyer, politician and journalist George Washington Kirchwey (1855-1942). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

Wall Street, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.

Wall Street, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.

Statue of George Washington on right and Trinity Chapel in background.

George Washington "The spirit still lives"

George Washington "The spirit still lives"

Poster showing George Washington clasping hands with a minuteman and a modern-day soldier.

G.A. [i.e., W.] Kirchwey

G.A. [i.e., W.] Kirchwey

Photograph shows lawyer, politician and journalist George Washington Kirchwey (1855-1942). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

George Washington Goethals, 1858-1928

George Washington Goethals, 1858-1928

3/4 lgth., seated, facing right; in uniform.

Cornerstone laid by George Washington, Sept. 18, 1793 / painting by Clyde De Land.

Cornerstone laid by George Washington, Sept. 18, 1793 / painting by Cl...

Photographic reproduction of a painting showing George Washington, with gavel on cornerstone marked "1793", addressing crowd at cornerstone laying ceremony.