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Topic: pew

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[Gertie]. One morning on Fifth Avenue Gertie saw Mr. Cyrus Pew the banker with his back in scorn ...

[Gertie]. One morning on Fifth Avenue Gertie saw Mr. Cyrus Pew the ban...

Preparatory sketches for "Gertie." Gift; Mrs. Peter Grant; 1940; (DLC/PP-1940:008). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress).

[Gertie]. Old Pew obeyed her --  : beat it now! cried Gertie, fast as you know how!

[Gertie]. Old Pew obeyed her -- : beat it now! cried Gertie, fast as ...

Title devised by cataloger. Preparatory sketch for "Gertie" cartoon strip. Gift; Mrs. Peter Grant; 1940; (DLC/PP-1940:008). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress).

St. John's Church from Patrick Henry's pew, Richmond, Virginia

St. John's Church from Patrick Henry's pew, Richmond, Virginia

Copyright 1901 by Detroit Photographic Co. Title from item. Title on inventory list: St. John's Church from Patrick Henry's pew. Caption for similar image (LC-D4-13446) lists title as: St. John's Church, interi... more

All sittin' there in the front pew, all in one long uneven row

All sittin' there in the front pew, all in one long uneven row

Image blemish on digital file is not on actual item. (DLC/PP-1935:0022). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "Mrs. Clegg's Adopted" by Anne Warner, Century magaz... more

Lincoln pew, N.Y. Ave. church, Wash'n

Lincoln pew, N.Y. Ave. church, Wash'n

Photo shows President Abraham Lincoln's pew in the original New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1313 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. The building was razed in 1950 in order to construct the current bui... more

[Rev. James S. Montgomery, full-length portrait, standing by the pew to be occupied by Vice-President Charles Curtis at the Metropolitan Memorial M.E. Church, Washington, D.C.] / Underwood & Underwood, Washington.

[Rev. James S. Montgomery, full-length portrait, standing by the pew t...

Title devised by Library staff. Copyright Underwood & Underwood.

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