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A lie nailed. The following certificates silence a base slander set afloat by a man who knew it was a lie when he told it. The original certificates are in the hands of Wm. H. Pearce, Cecilton. Certificates. The undersigned, neighbors of Charles

A lie nailed. The following certificates silence a base slander set af...

Haines, Charles H. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 31, Folder 5.

"Father, I cannot tell a lie: I cut the tree" / painted by G.G. White ; engraved by John C. McRae.

"Father, I cannot tell a lie: I cut the tree" / painted by G.G. White ...

Print showing George Washington as a young boy telling his father that he cut the tree. 17150 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. From the original painting by George G. White. Copyright 1889 by Joseph Laing.

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

Young men of Britain! The Germans said you were not in earnest. "We knew you'd come - and give them the lie!" Play the greater game and join the football battalion / designed and printed by Johnson, Riddle & Co., Ltd., London, S.E.

Young men of Britain! The Germans said you were not in earnest. "We kn...

Poster showing soldiers firing from a trench, and a vignette of players on a soccer field.

"The lie of the last minstrel"

"The lie of the last minstrel"

Man and woman wearing masks at a masquerade ball. Color halftone repro. of drawing by Ralph Barton. Illus. in: Puck, 1917 May 19, cover. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

On the job for victory United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation / / Jonas Lie ; The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., N.Y.

On the job for victory United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet C...

Poster showing a panoramic view of a busy shipyard.

"A Lie" Steel head answers to Senator Guffey's questions. Washington, D.C., June 24. Senator Joseph Goffey of Pennsylvania as he questioned Tom Girdler, Head of Republic Steel Corporation, about that he (Girdler) had been asked to resign as President of Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp., because he had given confidential information to Republican Steel Corp. "That's a lie and whoever told you is a liar" Girdler replied heatedly to the Senator, 62437

"A Lie" Steel head answers to Senator Guffey's questions. Washington, ...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

On the job for victory United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation / / Jonas Lie ; The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., [N.Y.]

On the job for victory United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet C...

Poster showing a panoramic view of a busy shipyard.

On the job for victory United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation / / Jonas Lie ; The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., [N.Y.]

On the job for victory United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet C...

Poster showing a panoramic view of a busy shipyard.

"Father, I cannot tell a lie: I cut the tree" / painted by G.G. White ; engraved by John C. McRae.

"Father, I cannot tell a lie: I cut the tree" / painted by G.G. White ...

Print showing George Washington as a young boy telling his father that he cut the tree.

"Father, I cannot tell a lie: I cut the tree" / painted by G.G. White ; engraved by John C. McRae.

"Father, I cannot tell a lie: I cut the tree" / painted by G.G. White ...

Print showing George Washington as a young boy telling his father that he cut the tree.