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[Title page of Le journal des scavans, with armillary sphere]

[Title page of Le journal des scavans, with armillary sphere]

Title page in: Le journal des scavans. Amsterdam : Pierre le Grand 1665. Published in: The tradition of science / Leonard C. Bruno. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, 1987, p. 19.

Fetridge and Co's periodical arcade, Washington and State Streets, Boston JHM del

Fetridge and Co's periodical arcade, Washington and State Streets, Bos...

Interior view of "Fetridge's book and periodical depot." Illus. in: Gleason's pictorial, v. 3, 1852 July 31, p. 80. Reference copy available in LOT 4397-S. Published in: Eyes of the nation : a visual history of... more

The Republican Standard.

The Republican Standard.

Partly colored broadside in five columns within a colored border of a rail fence. Heading in a large type. No 1745, Vol. 3. T. W. Streeter Collection sale, 1967.

Champion. Extra. Inaugural Address, President Lincoln, [Newspaper].

Champion. Extra. Inaugural Address, President Lincoln, [Newspaper].

Penciled notation: "Atchison, Kansas, March 5, 1861."

President Lincoln's funeral. [Harper's Weekly illustration.]

President Lincoln's funeral. [Harper's Weekly illustration.]

From Harper's Weekly, May 13, 1865, p. 296-297. Photographed by Brady.

Puck.  Vol. 2.
Puck.  Vol. 2.
Puck.  Vol. 2.
Puck.  Vol. 2.
Puck.  Vol. 2.
Puck.  Vol. 2.
Puck.  Vol. 2.
Puck.  Vol. 2.
Le ballon bulletin trimestriel de toutes les ascensions, 6me année, janvier, févier, mars, 1883.

Le ballon bulletin trimestriel de toutes les ascensions, 6me année, ja...

Advertisement for the French aeronautical journal "Le ballon" shows a balloon carrying two passengers flying in the clouds. Clipping from a book or periodical. Title from item. Tissandier collection.

It shines for all

It shines for all

Cherub, seated in chair titled "Life," reading newspaper "The Sun."

The Quarterly-Illustrator Current Number for sale here--price 30cts

The Quarterly-Illustrator Current Number for sale here--price 30cts

Poster shows an illustration of a magazine cover of young woman using an umbrella to knock leaves off a tree. Title from item. Date of publication supplied by Library staff. Signed: W. Yeoel. Forms part of the ... more

Harper's for July

Harper's for July

July 1892 Issue of Harper's New Monthly Magazine framed by stars and stripes banner. Promotional goal: U.S. D42. 1892.

Century Magazine - Midsummer Holiday Number / Louis Rhead.

Century Magazine - Midsummer Holiday Number / Louis Rhead.

Art nouveau poster showing a woman seated under tree and reading Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Promotional goal: U.S. D41. 1894.

The New York Sunday Herald, August 18th 1895

The New York Sunday Herald, August 18th 1895

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated by a woman in fancy dress holding onto her hat as the wind blows while looking at large mosquito. Title from item. Signed: CHW. Forms part of the Artist po... more

The New York Sunday Herald, December 1st 1895

The New York Sunday Herald, December 1st 1895

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated by a woman ticket collector punching tickets for passengers on train. Title from item. Signed: CH Wright. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Li... more

The New York Sunday Herald, July 28th 1895

The New York Sunday Herald, July 28th 1895

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated with a woman in fancy clothes paddling a canoe. Title from item. Signed: Wright. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promot... more

The New York Sunday Herald for Sept. 1st 1895

The New York Sunday Herald for Sept. 1st 1895

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated by two women wearing red bathing suits. Title from item. Signed: CHW. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal:... more

The New York Sunday Herald, August 4th 1895, fiction number

The New York Sunday Herald, August 4th 1895, fiction number

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated by a woman, wearing a red dress, lying on a couch reading a newspaper. Title from item. Signed: CH. Wright. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (... more

The New York Sunday Herald, July 14th 1895

The New York Sunday Herald, July 14th 1895

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated by a woman in fancy clothes fishing. Title from item. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Signed with the artists's initial... more

The New York Sunday Herald, Oct. 20th

The New York Sunday Herald, Oct. 20th

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated with two busts in profile; one black and the other white.

The New York Sunday Herald, Oct. 6th 1895

The New York Sunday Herald, Oct. 6th 1895

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated with a woman wearing a hat. Title from item. Signed: CH. Wright. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S.... more

The New York Sunday Herald, July 14th 1895

The New York Sunday Herald, July 14th 1895

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated by a woman in fancy clothes fishing. Title from item. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Signed with the artists's initial... more

The New York Sunday Herald, January 19th 1896

The New York Sunday Herald, January 19th 1896

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated with a woman in profile wearing a hat holding a snowball. Title from item. Signed: CH. Wright. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Co... more

The New York Sunday Herald, March 15th 1896

The New York Sunday Herald, March 15th 1896

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated with a woman's head in profile. Title from item. Signed: CH. Wright. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: ... more

The New York Sunday Herald, April 26th 1896

The New York Sunday Herald, April 26th 1896

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated with a woman with red hair smelling a rose. Title from item. Signed: CH. Wright. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promot... more

The New York Sunday Herald, March 29th 1896

The New York Sunday Herald, March 29th 1896

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated four long stemmed flowers. Title from item. Signed: Wright. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. D41.... more

The New York Sunday Herald, April 5th 1896

The New York Sunday Herald, April 5th 1896

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated by woman wearing a fancy dress and hat and matching parasol. Title from item. Signed: CHW. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congre... more

October Century / HML.

October Century / HML.

Design for magazine cover showing a sailboat. Promotional goal: U.S. D41. 1896.

Col. Roosevelt tells the story of the Rough Riders in Scribner's Magazine ... January Scribner's / H.C. Christy.

Col. Roosevelt tells the story of the Rough Riders in Scribner's Magaz...

Advertisement poster for Scribner's magazine, showing Theodore Roosevelt, full-length portrait, standing, in uniform, with left hand on hip. Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons. Promotional goal: U.S.D42. 1898.

Richard Harding Davis's new serial story ... April Scribner's
New York Herald, Sunday, Mar. 14th

New York Herald, Sunday, Mar. 14th

Poster shows an advertisement for magazine illustrated with a woman wearing long black coat and matching hat trying to walk against the wind swirling around her. Title from item. Signed: M. Stein. Forms part of... more

Clipping, February 2, 1899
Le Frou Frou 20', journal humoristique / L Capiello.

Le Frou Frou 20', journal humoristique / L Capiello.

Poster showing a can-can dancer holding a copy of "Le Frou Frou" while she dances. Title from item.

Clipping, February 2, 1899
Scribner's for March--Governor Roosevelt's account of the fight at Las Guasimas illustrated--Senator Hoar's political reminiscences ... / H.C. Christy ; Grignard Litho. Co., N.Y.

Scribner's for March--Governor Roosevelt's account of the fight at Las...

Advertisement poster for Scribner's magazine showing woman standing, full-length, holding Scribner's magazine and flowers.

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the descendants of former African slaves now in residence in the United States of America] American Negro newspapers and periodicals.

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the desc...

Diagram shows number of magazines and newspapers published by African Americans. Title from LOT 11931, no. 37; part title from item. Chart prepared by Atlanta University students for the Negro Exhibit of the Am... more

Everybody's magazine February number

Everybody's magazine February number

Poster shows two women and lillies on either side of the magazine title. Title from item. Signed: Starmer. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. D41. [190-?]... more

Judge, will do!

Judge, will do!

Poster shows a woman, in Victorian dress, looking at a copy of Judge. Title from item. Signed: Stanlaws. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. D41. 1900 Gift... more

Photograph of the Newspapers & Current Periodicals Reading Room, Library of Congress

Photograph of the Newspapers & Current Periodicals Reading Room, Libra...

Another copy may be in: U.S. GEOG FILE - WASHINGTON, D.C. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS JEFFERSON BUILDING INTERIOR OFFICES SERIAL RECORDS DIVISION. This record contains unverified data from caption card.

U.S. Reports: Bates & Guild Co. v. Payne, 194 U.S. 106 (1904)

U.S. Reports: Bates & Guild Co. v. Payne, 194 U.S. 106 (1904)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 194; October Term, 1903; Bates and Guild Co. v. Payne

U.S. Reports: Houghton v. Payne, 194 U.S. 88 (1904)

U.S. Reports: Houghton v. Payne, 194 U.S. 88 (1904)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 194; October Term, 1903; Houghton v. Payne

U.S. Reports: Smith v. Payne, 194 U.S. 104 (1904)

U.S. Reports: Smith v. Payne, 194 U.S. 104 (1904)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 194; October Term, 1903; Smith v. Payne

The official scapegoat / Keppler.

The official scapegoat / Keppler.

Illustration shows an unidentified man sitting in a chair in a cell at Sing Sing Prison, he has changed out of his prison uniform, into a business suit, and is doling out money by the scoop-ful in return for "B... more

The live wire / K.

The live wire / K.

Illustration shows a live wire transmitting electricity spelling "Vice Presidency" dripping red drops and with jolts of lightning around it as it dangles between potential candidates in the upcoming presidentia... more

Puck Christmas 1909 / Gordon Grant.

Puck Christmas 1909 / Gordon Grant.

Illustration shows a Christmas present box filled with beautiful female faces. Title from item. Illus. in: Puck, v. 66, no. 1709 (1909 December 1), cover. Copyright 1909 by Keppler & Schwarzmann.

The Wickersham will git yer if yer don't -- watch -- out!

The Wickersham will git yer if yer don't -- watch -- out!

Illustration shows a huge red flying creature labeled "Wickersham" holding a fork with webbing in one hand and papers labeled "Trust, Dissolution, Sherman Law, [and] Disintegretion" in the other, descending on ... more

U.S. Reports: Smith v. Hitchcock, 226 U.S. 53 (1912)

U.S. Reports: Smith v. Hitchcock, 226 U.S. 53 (1912)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 226; October Term, 1912; Smith and Others, Trading under the Firm Name of Street & Smith, Appellants, v. Hitchcock, Postmaster-General - Frank Tousey. Publisher, a Corporation, v. Same

The vision of Joan of Arc / J. Norman Lynd (after Jules Bastien Lepage).

The vision of Joan of Arc / J. Norman Lynd (after Jules Bastien Lepage...

Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt in a grove of trees, as a young Joan of Arc experiencing a vision of himself wearing a suit of armor and receiving a large sword labeled "Third Term". Title from item. Illu... more

"And the waters were divided" / Kep.

"And the waters were divided" / Kep.

Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson, as Moses, standing on a rock with left arm raised, at the parting of the seas labeled "Republican Split" through which a horde of Democrats labeled "Marshall, M'Combs, Bryan, ... more

Eskimo reading Saturday Evening Post in the arctic region

Eskimo reading Saturday Evening Post in the arctic region

Photograph shows an Eskimo wearing an anorak and heavy gloves sitting on a stool in an open field reading the Saturday Evening Post. j187509 U.S. Copyright Office. Photographer unknown. Title from item.

The regular - ready! He was - he is - he will be Enlist for the infantry or in one of the other twelve branches / / Gordon Grant.

The regular - ready! He was - he is - he will be Enlist for the infant...

U.S. Army recruiting poster showing a soldier standing with gun ready, with a wreath in the background.

Sly-dog days / W. Barribal 1914 ; painted by W.H. Barribal.

Sly-dog days / W. Barribal 1914 ; painted by W.H. Barribal.

Illustration shows a young woman and a harlequin, they both hold glasses of wine, and the man is holding a bottle of wine. Title from item. Illus. in: Puck, v. 76, no. 1955 (1914 August 22), cover. Copyright 19... more

The queen of hearts / painted by Walter Dean Godlbeck.

The queen of hearts / painted by Walter Dean Godlbeck.

Illustration shows a playing card for the Queen of Hearts with the face of a woman, possibly Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, who is holding in her hands a man wearing a tuxedo and top hat. Title from item. Illus. in: Puck,... more

"Khaki" magazine & cabled news sheet / designed by Frank Brangwyn, A.R.A. ; printed by The Avenue Press, Ltd., Bouverie St., London, E.C.

"Khaki" magazine & cabled news sheet / designed by Frank Brangwyn, A.R...

Poster showing soldiers in battle, with caption: Your friends need you. Be a man!

[Frances Pepper (left) and Elizabeth Smith (right) working in the offices of The Suffragist, the weekly journal published by the Congressional Union and National Woman's Party from 1913 to 1921.]

[Frances Pepper (left) and Elizabeth Smith (right) working in the offi...

Title derived by Library of Congress staff. Summary: Photograph of two women working in the Suffragist office. Frances Pepper is seated at a typewriter; Elizabeth Smith is reaching for a shelf on a step ladder.... more

Copies of French and English magazines. Freedom magazine II
Copies of French and English magazines. Monde libre magazine I
United States news. Page with "The Story of American Efficiency"
United States news. Page with "The Congress Week"
United States news. Ledger, open
Books. Bound volume 54 of National geographic magazine
United States news. Page with "Washington Whispers"
United States news. Page with "The March of News"
United States news. Page with "The Trend of Business"
United States news. Ledger, closed
Copies of French and English magazines. Monde libre magazine II
United States news. Page with "The Question of the Week" I
United States news. Page with "News-Lines"
United States news. Page with "The President's Week"
United States news. Page from United States news magazine
United States news. Page with "The Finance Week"
United States news. Page with "The Voice of Congress" I

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