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[Three panel cartoon representing the change in condition of French peasants, union of the Three Orders (clergy, aristocracy, and people), and miserable plight of peasants]

[Three panel cartoon representing the change in condition of French pe...

Print shows a three panel cartoon representing the change in condition of French peasants, union of the Three Orders (clergy, aristocracy, and people), and miserable plight of peasants Title devised by Library ... more

Panel in ceiling of colonnade of dome

Panel in ceiling of colonnade of dome

U.S. Capitol (drawing). This record contains unverified data from caption card.

[Panel details from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitoll]

[Panel details from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wi...

Photograph of bronze doors detail showing two panels from top of right valve, one depicting the battle of Bunker Hill and death of General Warren and the other depicting the battle of Monmouth and rebuke of Gen... more

[Panel and medallion details from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]

[Panel and medallion details from bronze doors for the east portico of...

Photograph of bronze doors detail showing panel, depicting the battle of Yorktown and gallantry of Alexander Hamilton, and allegorical medallion of war, depicting Hessian soldier and New Jersey farmer, from bot... more

[Panel detail from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]

[Panel detail from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate win...

Photograph of bronze doors detail showing panel from left valve, depicting inauguration of George Washington. In album: Benjamin Brown French "Photographs," p. 167. The doors were designed and modeled by Thomas... more

[Panel and medallion details from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]

[Panel and medallion details from bronze doors for the east portico of...

Photograph of bronze doors detail showing panel, depicting ovation for George Washington at Trenton, New Jersey, and allegorical medallion of peace and agriculture, from bottom of left valve. In album: Benjamin... more

"Belcourt," monogram panel West side.

"Belcourt," monogram panel West side.

Architectural drawing shows architectural decoration for Belcourt, estate of Oliver Belmont, Newport, Rhode Island. Title from item. Gift; American Institute of Architects / American Architectural Foundation; 2... more

First Panel Sheriff's Jury, Jan. 17, 1906, Delmonico's

First Panel Sheriff's Jury, Jan. 17, 1906, Delmonico's

H72883 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Geo. R. Lawrence; February 6, 1906. Copyright claimant's address: New York, Chicago. No. 108.

Exhibit panel

Exhibit panel

Print by Jessie Willcox Smith entitled Five o'clock tea.

Pickwick Dam. Control room at Pickwick powerhouse with equipment for first two units in place. All principal lighting is indirect to avoid reflections on instrument faces. Recessed lights along rear wall illuminate back of main panel. Ceiling is acoustic tile; floor, linoleum. Series of glass panels in back of operator seated at desk permits view of generator hall such as appears on K 1849. Also, by means of a balcony visitors can inspect control room through these panels

Pickwick Dam. Control room at Pickwick powerhouse with equipment for f...

Original Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) number: K 1775. Title and other information from caption sheet entry. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division... more

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