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The vision

The vision

Print shows a young man, possibly William Pitt, the younger, being visited by a ghost from the grave, possibly the elder William Pitt, who has come "to warn thee against thy impending fate - Beware of Prerogati... more

The soldier's vision
A painful prophetic vision / F.M. Hutchins.

A painful prophetic vision / F.M. Hutchins.

Print shows a well-dressed, grand old woman sitting in a chair, with a comb labeled "Republican Party" in her hair, and newspapers on the floor around her with headlines "Evening Reporter - Commerce Picking Up ... more

The vision

The vision

Photograph shows head portrait of Agnes Lee.

Their first Christmas eve; - a vision of the future / C.J. Taylor.

Their first Christmas eve; - a vision of the future / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows a well-dressed couple sitting on a sofa before a fire in the fireplace, with the spirits of three young children dancing around a Christmas tree; there are art-nouveau style furnishings (lamp and fl... more

Speaker Reed's new year's vision / Keppler.

Speaker Reed's new year's vision / Keppler.

Print shows Speaker of the House, Thomas B. Reed asleep at his desk, dreaming that Thomas C. Platt and Matthew S. Quay, as angels, are coming to offer him the "Presidential Nomination 1896".

Vision
The vision / Gertrude Käsebier.

The vision / Gertrude Käsebier.

Photograph shows woman holding young child standing on her lap; the child gazes into the distance over the woman's head.

The vision

The vision

Photograph of mural depicting an angel, carrying the Grail, and a dove appearing to the child Galahad, as he is held by a nun.

In diplomatic circles.  Mr. Tagg is fascinated by Washington society and decides to go into politics : he enjoys a vision of himself at the Court of Saint James

In diplomatic circles. Mr. Tagg is fascinated by Washington society a...

Drawing shows reception in Washington, D.C., for visiting diplomats who are attended by fashionably dressed, attractive women; one man, Mr. Tagg, imagines himself at the court of Saint James.

The vision of Joan of New Hampshire / Kep.

The vision of Joan of New Hampshire / Kep.

Illustration shows Senator Jacob H. Gallinger as a Dutch girl praying to the angelic spirit of Marcus A. Hanna holding a ship labeled "Ship Subsidy".

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".

Just a vision: that is all! / K.

Just a vision: that is all! / K.

Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt sitting in a chair with a bull moose who is crying and looking up at him; in the background the vision shows crowds cheering as Roosevelt is sworn in as president by Chief ... more

The woman of it A vision of the primitive.

The woman of it A vision of the primitive.

Motion picture poster for "The Woman of It" shows a man extending a hand to a woman, wet and prostrate on a coastline.

Just like Joan of Arc. The anti-suffragist has a "vision" of her duty

Just like Joan of Arc. The anti-suffragist has a "vision" of her duty

Caricature showing man "corrupt politics" showing sword "woman's place is in the home" to woman "anti-suffragist."

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