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Letter, Ernest Hemingway to Archibald MacLeish discussing Ezra Pound's mental health and other literary matters, 10 August 1943

Letter, Ernest Hemingway to Archibald MacLeish discussing Ezra Pound's...

Reproduction number: A62 (color slide) Novelist Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) wrote this 10 August [1943] reply to his friend Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982), the distinguished poet and dramatist who served as Li... More

New Year's greeting from presidential assassin Charles Julius Guiteau to his jailer, 31 December 1881

New Year's greeting from presidential assassin Charles Julius Guiteau ...

Reproduction number: A45 (color slide) Presidential assassinations maintain a strong hold on the American imagination. The assassination of President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) continues to resonate with Ameri... More

New Year's greeting from presidential assassin Charles Julius Guiteau to his jailer, 31 December 1881

New Year's greeting from presidential assassin Charles Julius Guiteau ...

Reproduction number: A45 (color slide) Presidential assassinations maintain a strong hold on the American imagination. The assassination of President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) continues to resonate with Ameri... More

A sketch for the regents speech on Mad-ass-son's insanity / G. Cruikshank fet.

A sketch for the regents speech on Mad-ass-son's insanity / G. Cruiksh...

Gabriel blowing a message "A bad news for you" at James Madison, who is standing between Napoleon and the devil, as two women symbolizing Great Britain and America, and British soldiers look on.

A sketch for the regents speech on Mad-ass-son's insanity / G. Cruikshank fet.

A sketch for the regents speech on Mad-ass-son's insanity / G. Cruiksh...

Gabriel blowing a message "A bad news for you" at James Madison, who is standing between Napoleon and the devil, as two women symbolizing Great Britain and America, and British soldiers look on.