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[Scene with windmill on right, Brooklyn Navy Yard to left]

[Scene with windmill on right, Brooklyn Navy Yard to left]

(DLC/PP-1995:140.256) Philadelphia Print Shop Inventory no. 256. Title from item. Forms part of: Marian S. Carson collection (Library of Congress).

[Windmill on the hill of Montmartre]
[Thatched huts and windmill] / Th. R.

[Thatched huts and windmill] / Th. R.

No. 205. Schulman noted the naiveté of the drawing but still attributed it to Rousseau, based on the 1868 sales stamp. There are similar, generic huts painted by Rousseau during these years and this sheet may ... more

An Old-fashioned windmill - Agricultural Hall

An Old-fashioned windmill - Agricultural Hall

Wood engraving from Harper's Weekly, 1876, of interior scenes of the Phila. Centennial Exhibition. Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, 1876 June 10. Reference copy may be in LOT 4435A. This record contains unverified, ... more

[Windmill, Potsdam, Berlin, Germany]
[Catharine Bridge and windmill, Haarlem, Holland]

[Catharine Bridge and windmill, Haarlem, Holland]

Title from the Detroit Publishing Co., catalogue J, foreign section. Detroit, Mich. : Detroit Publishing Company, c1905. Print no. "17471". More information about the Photochrom Print Collection is available at... more

[The Spaarne and windmill, Haarlem, Holland]

[The Spaarne and windmill, Haarlem, Holland]

Title from the Detroit Publishing Co., catalogue J, foreign section. Detroit, Mich. : Detroit Publishing Company, c1905. Print no. "8480". More information about the Photochrom Print Collection is available at ... more

[Windmill Point, Lake St. Clair]
[Windmill Point, Lake St. Clair]
Dutch Windmill, Flower Show
[Lake St. Clair, Windmill Point]
Windmill Hill. Louisiana Purchase Exposition

Windmill Hill. Louisiana Purchase Exposition

Dozens of different windmills on display. Stereo copyrighted by C.H. Graves (The Universal Photo Art Co.). No. 121. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photog. I.... more

[House with windmill]
A Polish Windmill. The wide-winged windmill is as common in Poland as in Holland. Wherever one travels in this land of plains and levels, somewhere on the landscape he sees the great arms of the mill, swinging majestically around, or standing even more majestically quiet. According to reports from American Red Cross relief workers in the devastated regions of Eastern Poland, where hunger and disease have followed on the heels of destruction, the damage done to the windmills has constituted one of the most serious losses to the country, for it was in these mills that all the grain of the district was ground. Even when the ruined farm land is restored and crops are again harvested, the mills will still be missing

A Polish Windmill. The wide-winged windmill is as common in Poland as ...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Paris Office. Data: T.T. & C. Group title: General, Poland. Gift; American Na... more

Windmill on V Street (Mr. Allen). View of windmill I

Windmill on V Street (Mr. Allen). View of windmill I

Item title devised. Logbook annotation: Wind pump.

Gardiners Island, New York. Windmill II
Windmill in park, East Hampton, Long Island. Windmill I
Windmill in park, East Hampton, Long Island. Windmill II
Windmill. Home sweet home
Homemade windmill, Nebraska
Homemade windmill, Nebraska
Windmill propellers, Dumas, Texas
Broken windmill near Akron

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