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Topic: mae

1725
1725
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1995
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1995
212 media by topicpage 1 of 3
Hidari izutsu no mae

Hidari izutsu no mae

Print shows a geisha, standing, playing a zither.

Ichimuraza no mae no iroko

Ichimuraza no mae no iroko

Print shows two young men dreaming about acting at the theater. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-06. Format: Hashirae-ban Nishikie. Forms p... more

Hikitejaya mae  no yuki usagi

Hikitejaya mae no yuki usagi

Print shows a person walking to the left, mostly hidden by a snow-covered umbrella, a woman walking to the right, holding a tray with a snow sculpture of a bunny on it, and a woman sitting on a bench at a tea s... more

Hikitejaya mae no yuki usagi

Hikitejaya mae no yuki usagi

Print shows a person walking to the left, mostly hidden by a snow-covered umbrella, a woman walking to the right, holding a snow bunny on a tray, and a woman sitting on a bench at a tearoom. Title and other des... more

Chikurin no kabe no mae no shichikenjin

Chikurin no kabe no mae no shichikenjin

Print shows seven women portraying the seven sages of the bamboo grove, sitting together with musical instruments (shamisen, koto, and recorder), tobacco pipes, and a scroll. Title and other descriptive informa... more

Kameya no mae no sannō sai no yatai

Kameya no mae no sannō sai no yatai

Print shows two women and a man and several other people behind a portable shrine in front of a store during the Sanno festival. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo pri... more

Iwai shijyaku no kiku no mae

Iwai shijyaku no kiku no mae

Print shows Iwai Shijaku, full-length portrait, standing, facing left. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-2006. Format: vertical Oban Nishiki... more

Kiku no tsuitate no mae no shuen

Kiku no tsuitate no mae no shuen

Print shows a man and three women slightly amused by another man's behavior at a drinking party. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-2006. For... more

Mae Murray
Mae Murray
Mae Murray
Mae Murray
Mae Murray
Mae Gordon's original insane moving pedestal

Mae Gordon's original insane moving pedestal

Woman between bars of bicycle on platform over tricycle. H103457 U.S. Copyright Office Photo copyrighted by Mangold, South Bend, Ind. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tr... more

Allie Mae Burroughs

Allie Mae Burroughs

Allie Mae Burroughs, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front. U.S. Resettlement Administration photographs. In album: Pictures of the house and family of an Alabama cotton sharecropper / photographs by Walker... more

Frank Sinatra signs his induction papers while Chief Clerk Mrs. Mae E. Jones helps out at local board No. 19-160 Danforth St., Jersey City / World Telegram photo by F. Palumbo.

Frank Sinatra signs his induction papers while Chief Clerk Mrs. Mae E....

NYWT&S staff photo. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

Headquarters building of the Federal National Mortgage Association, or "Fannie Mae," in Washington, D.C.

Headquarters building of the Federal National Mortgage Association, or...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

The house of Kemper and Stella Mae Clay on Shumate's Branch

The house of Kemper and Stella Mae Clay on Shumate's Branch

Event: Visit to Homes on Shumate's Branch Prior to Evacuation in Preparation for Slurry Impoundment. Rick Bradford of Edwight, West Virginia, took photographs of homes on Shumate's Branch just before they were ... more

Howard Fulcher and his mother Ida Fulcher wait on customer Ida Mae McCall.

Howard Fulcher and his mother Ida Fulcher wait on customer Ida Mae McC...

Forms part of a group of images depicting scenes at Fulcher's Pharmacy, 59 Carroll Street, Paterson, New Jersey on September 12, 1994.

Howard Fulcher and his mother, Ida Fulcher, behind the counter of their pharmacy; customer Eula Mae McCall is visible in the frame.

Howard Fulcher and his mother, Ida Fulcher, behind the counter of thei...

Forms part of a group of images depicting scenes at Fulcher's Pharmacy, 59 Carroll Street, Paterson, New Jersey on September 12, 1994.

Howard Fulcher and his mother, Ida Fulcher, behind the counter of their pharmacy; customer Eula Mae McCall is visible in the frame.

Howard Fulcher and his mother, Ida Fulcher, behind the counter of thei...

Forms part of a group of images depicting scenes at Fulcher's Pharmacy, 59 Carroll Street, Paterson, New Jersey on September 12, 1994.

Howard Fulcher and his mother, Ida Fulcher, behind the counter of their pharmacy; customer Eula Mae McCall is visible in the frame.

Howard Fulcher and his mother, Ida Fulcher, behind the counter of thei...

Forms part of a group of images depicting scenes at Fulcher's Pharmacy, 59 Carroll Street, Paterson, New Jersey on September 12, 1994.

Howard Fulcher and his mother, Ida Fulcher, behind the counter of their pharmacy; customer Eula Mae McCall is visible in the frame.

Howard Fulcher and his mother, Ida Fulcher, behind the counter of thei...

Forms part of a group of images depicting scenes at Fulcher's Pharmacy, 59 Carroll Street, Paterson, New Jersey on September 12, 1994.

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