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National League of Women Voters hold up signs reading, 'VOTE', Sept. 17, 1924. Millions of women voted in 1920 and 1924, but in a lower proportion than men.
THE BIRTH OF VENUS, by Alexandre Cabanel, 1875, French painting, oil on canvas. This is a copy of Cabanels popular work exhibited in Paris Salon of 1863, which was purchased by Napoleon III for his pe
Wheat Field with Cypresses, by Vincent Van Gogh, 1889, Dutch Post-Impressionist, oil on canvas. This was his first version and was likely painted en plein air, when Van Gogh was able to leave the prec
Water Lilies, by Claude Monet, 1919, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. Monet left many of his late works unfinished, but this work was an exception which he signed and sold in 1919
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, President of Turkey, 1923-1938. He was a supporter of the 1908 Young Turk Revolution, a victorious General of the defense of Gallipoli in 1915, and led the Turkish National Move
Vetheuil in Summer, by Claude Monet, 1880, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. This painting creates the illusion of flickering reflections of sunlight on the water
THE DEATH OF SOCRATES, by Jacques Louis David, 1787, French Neoclassical painting, oil on canvas. Greek Classical philosopher Socrates about to drink poison hemlock as the price of maintaining his bel
American woman votes, ca. 1920. The 1920 election was the first time all American female citizens over 21 were able to vote for a U.S. President.
World War 1: Battle of Verdun. French soldiers crawling through their own barbed wire entanglements as they begin an attack on enemy trenches. April-June, 1916.
VENUS AND CUPID, by Lorenzo Lotto, 1520s, Italian Renaissance painting, oil on canvas. This work was painted to celebrate a wedding, with Venus' features possibly those of the bride. Venus has rose
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, by Sebastiano del Piombo, 1519, Italian painting, oil on canvas. The inscription stating the sitter as Columbus was probably added after the painting was made and identification
Irises, by Vincent Van Gogh, 1890, Dutch Post-Impressionist, oil on canvas. The paintings original pink background has faded because he used impermanent red pigments
African American extended family arriving in Chicago from the rural South, ca. 1920.
Rows of bodies at Nazi-German Belsen Concentration Camp on April 15, 1945. They were among thousands of corpses that lay unburied on the camp grounds when the camp was liberated by British Army, World
Couple dancing the jitterbug
Monet Family in Their Argenteuil Garden, by Edouard Manet, 1874, French impressionist oil painting. Manet and Renoir were guests of Monet when this work was painted. When not posing, Monet painted Man
The German passenger airship Hindenburg seconds after catching fire, May 6, 1937. At 200 feet above the ground, flames erupt on top and in the back of the ship. It descended as it burned, reaching the
Prohibition agents stand with a still and mason jars used to distill hard liquor in Wash. D.C. area. Nov. 11, 1922
Referee counting down knockout
Garden at Sainte-Adresse, by Claude Monet, 1867, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. This was painted as Monet was breaking away from the influence of Manet and developing his dappled paint
Sigmund Freud, head and shoulders portrait, 1909. The image is cropped from group photograph taken at Clark University, Worcester, Mass., in Sept. 1909
The Dance Class, by Edgar Degas, 1873, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. Over twenty women, ballerinas and their mothers, wait while a dancer executes her examination. Jules Perrot, a famo
George Washington, by Gilbert Stuart, c. 1803-05, American painting, oil on canvas. In 1796 Washington sat for Stuart who created the famous, but never finished 'Athenaeum' portrait. From that work,
Man watching a high diver prepare to do backward flip off diving board
ST. JUSTINA OF PADUA, by Bartolomeo Montagna, 1490-1524, Italian Renaissance painting, oil on wood. Justina of Padua was baptized by St. Prosdocimus, the first bishop of Padua, and then martyred for h
Irises, by Vincent van Gogh, 1889, Dutch Post-Impressionist painting, oil on canvas. Van Gogh painted this in the garden of the asylum in Saint-Remy, France in May 1889. The cropped composition was l
Study for A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, by Georges Seurat, 1884, French Post-Impressionist painting. This oil on canvas work was Seurat's final study for his most famous painting. It measures 28 by31
Prohibition agents stand with boxes and bottles of wine and liquor after a raid in Wash. D.C. area. Oct. 14, 1922. Note the camera man in upper left
Andrew Carnegie on return from his annual visit to Europe, NYC, Oct. 17, 1913.
Attendees give Hitler the Nazi salute during the nation anthem, Oct. 9, 1935. They were meeting at the Kroll Opera in Berlin, to organize the Winter Relief festive to help finance charitable work
Women Suffragettes holding placards with political activist slogans in 1920. Signs read: Know Your Courts-Study Our Politicians; Liberty in Law; Law Makers Must Not Be Law Breakers; Character in Candi
World War 1. British forces in Bapaume, France, site of a battle from August 21 through Sept. 3, 1918. Building on the victory of Battle of Amiens, the Allied counter offensive would drive the Germans
Figures on the Beach, by Auguste Renoir, 1890, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. Beach scene painted on the Cote d\x90Azur in southern France
New York men in a bread line during the Great Depression, 1935-38. The sign read, 'Paid Up to this Point, Every Dollar pays for 20 More Meals. Men ahead of the sign are assured of a five-cent meal--th
Royce 'Ross' Youngs played ten seasons in Major League Baseball for the New York Giants. His career ended when he died of Bright's disease at the age of 30 in 1927.
Nocturnal gathering of robed and hooded Ku Klux Klan men in 1921-1922. Photo by National Photo Company and was likely taken within 100 miles of Washington, D.C.
Showgirls hanging from monkey bars
Landscape: The Parc Monceau, by Claude Monet, 1876, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. Monet applied the paint in small daubs over the entire canvas, a style that became characteristic of h
PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN, by Bronzino, 1530s, Italian Renaissance painting, oil on wood. The sitter is thought to be one of Bronzinos literary friends in Florence. There are carved grotesque heads on t
Harry Houdini jumps 30 feet from Harvard Bridge locked up in chains, April 30, 1908. Boston, Massachusetts. His hands were handcuffed and chained to a collar around his neck by a Boston policeman in f
Chief Sitting Bull holding peace pipe in 1885 photo. When signing on with BUFFALO BILLS WILD WEST show, Sitting Bull negotiated exclusive rights over the sale of photographs of himself
Two Young Girls at the Piano, by Auguste Renoir, 1892, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. This was painted for the new Musee du Luxembourg, which collected the works of living artists
Ile aux Fleurs near Vetheuil, by Claude Monet, 1880, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. The forms and space of the landscape are dematerialized in the lacework of his brushstrokes
RECLINING NUDE, by Amedeo Modigliani, 1917, Italian modernist painting, oil on canvas. This is one for several dozen nudes Modigliani painted between 1916 and 1919 on commission from his dealer and fr
World War 1. American gun crew from the 23rd Infantry, firing a French 37mm cannon in World War I action in Belleau Wood. June 3, 1918
Oleanders, by Vincent Van Gogh, 1888, Dutch Post-Impressionist, oil on canvas. The flowers fill a majolica jug that he used for other still lifes and share the table with Emile Zolas novel, La Joie de
HANDS ACROSS THE LAND, political cartoon about the relationship between Politics and Banks. Puck Magazine, Aug. 20, 1913. It asks a question, Which is worse, financial control of politics, or politica
THE STORM, by Pierre-Auguste Cot, 1880, French painting, oil on canvas. A young couple in classical costume run for shelter in a rainstorm, using the womans overskirt as a cover. The diaphanous chemis
FLEUR DE LIS, by Robert Reid, c. 1895-1900, American painting, oil on canvas. Reid studied in Paris from 1885-89 before establishing himself as a portraitist in New York City. This lush impressionisti
Marcus Garvey, Jamaican Black Nationalist and Separatist, ca. 1920. In August 1920, his 'Universal Negro Improvement Association,' , claimed 4 million members and 25,000 attended its Madison Square Ga
1807, FRIEDLAND, by Ernest Meissonier, 1861-75, French painting, oil on canvas. The Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Friedland on June 14, 1807, is depicted in intricate realist detail in a paintin
Workers assembling condensers at the Atwater Kent Factory in North Philadelphia, 1925. The largest manufacturer of radios in the U.S. employed over 12,000 in the 1920s
Young girl reading an illustrated book in Pleasant Green School, near Marlinton, West Virginia. The one-room school was one of the best schools for African Americans in Pocahontas County. Oct. 1921. P
Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries, by Jacques-Louis David, 1812, French painting, oil on canvas. The Emperor is portrayed as having worked through the night at his desk, composing the Na
Thomas Alva Edison in 1922. He remained active until his death in 1929 at age 84
Cat fight
American B-17 flying fortresses bombs Ludwigshafen chemical and synthetic oil works, Germany. World War2, Sept. 29, 1944.
Workers building cars in factory
SALOME WITH HEAD OF JOHN THE BAPTIST, by Andrea Solario, 1490-1524, Italian Renaissance oil painting. There is dramatic contrast between Salome\x90s beauty and jewels and Baptists gruesome decapitated
Bouquet of Sunflowers, by Claude Monet, 1881, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. Sunflowers in a Japanese vase on a red tablecloth
Celebrating the New Year
Man in old fashioned bathing suit diving into pool
Kleine Welten I by Vasily Kandinsky, 1922, Russian German Expressionist print. This lithograph was included in the artists 1922 portfolio. Each print presents an autonomous microcosm of self-containe
Regatta at Sainte-Adresse, by Claude Monet, 1867, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. It depicts a sailing regatta at Le Havre with figures on the beach. The standing man in a gray suit and
Summer Flowers, by Henri Fantin-Latour, 1880, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. The dahlias, phlox, and roses in the bouquet were picked near the artist\x90s country home in Bure, Normandy
COSINO I DE\x90 MEDICI, by Workshop of Bronzino, 1550_74, Italian Renaissance painting, oil on wood. Cosimo ascended to power when, the Duke of Florence, Alessandro de Medici, was assassinated in 1537
Damaged wood houses after the San Francisco Earthquake, April 18, 1906. They were built on land fill composed of wooden ships and dredged sand in the eastern part of the city, and were subject to liqu
VENUS AND ADONIS, by Titian, 1545-75, Italian Renaissance painting, oil on canvas. Scene from Ovid\x90s METAMORPHOSES, in which Venus begs the hunter Adonis not to leave, warning him of danger.
VENUS AND THE LUTE PLAYER, by Titian, 1565_70, Italian Renaissance painting, oil on canvas. A nude reclining Venus stops listening to music to be crowned by Cupid. The meaning of this work may relate
The Scream, by Edvard Munch, 1895, Norwegian Symbolist/Expressionist print, lithograph. The skull like human head has a single psychological dimension. The precursor of this image was a drawing of a m
Left side view of German airship 'Hindenburg' burning, at Lakehurst, N.J., May 6, 1937. Hindenburg used flammable hydrogen for lift, which incinerated the airship in a massive fireball in less than 30
AT THE SEASIDE, by William Merritt Chase, 1892, American painting, oil on canvas. Impressionist Long Island, N.Y. beach scene, painted in bright, luminous color with big umbrellas, women, and children
CAFE HOUSE, CAIRO, by Jean-Leon Gerome, 1884, French painting, oil on canvas. Bashi-bazouks, mercenary soldiers in the Ottoman army, depicted in a Cairo cafe. On right men and women watch a male dan
World War 1. Somme Offensive. Canadian soldiers fighting at Courcellette, Sept. 15, 1916, around the sugar refinery. Men lobbed bombs from behind the cover of parts of the destroyed refinery. The batt
VIEW OF ORNANS, by Gustave Courbet, 1853-57, French painting, oil on canvas. View of the countryside of Courbets native town. The church steeple rises above houses along the banks of the River Loue, t
Man inspecting printing press
Green Wheat Fields, Auvers, by Vincent van Gogh, 1890, Dutch Post-Impressionist painting, oil on canvas. Painted in the last months of his life, Van Gogh's painted with broad calligraphic strokes. Th
Semmes Motor Co. advertising 'Good Used Cars, Price and Terms Right, Buy With Confidence'. In the 1920s the Washington D.C. automotive business was a service station, and offered auto painting and re-
Chief Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill 1885 when the former Hostile Sioux Chief joined the show. Sitting Bull negotiated a favorable contract for performing with BUFFALO BILLS WILD WEST: $50 a week; all
Still Life with Roses and Fruit, by Henri Fantin-Latour, 1863, French impressionist oil painting. Fantin-Latour associated with the Impressionists, but his style remained compositionally conservative
President Theodore Roosevelt sitting on large stone, Glacier Point at Yosemite, May 17, 1903. In 1908 the US government established the Muir Woods National Monument in Marin County, California
CHARLES X, by Henry Bone, 1829, British copy of French painting. From original by Francois Gerard. Charles was the younger brother of Kings Louis XVI and Louis XVIII, and ruled for six years, from 182
Portrait of Elizabeth I, Queen of England, by Anonymous, c. 1550-99, European painting, oil on panel. The Queen wears a dress with a lace collar and ornamented with precious stones. She has a heavily
Wife and children of an unemployed African American coal miner in Scott's Run, West Virginia. Photo by Lewis Hine, March 1937.
World War 1. Women and children who had been hiding in the cellars of Chateau-Thierry, France, emerging after the Allies liberated the city in July 1918.
Farmers drinking beer during fall harvest in Jackson, Michigan. Fall 1941. In the background is a potentially dangerous harvesting machine, that requires alert workers.
TWO MEN CONTEMPLATING THE MOON, by Caspar David Friedrich, 1825-30, German painting, oil on canvas. Figures are identified as Friedrich, at right, and his friend and disciple August Heinrich. The figu
Circus performer posing on elephant
Scared woman covering her mouth
Olive Trees, by Vincent Van Gogh, 1889, Dutch Post-Impressionist, oil on canvas. The work was painted directly from nature, but in a highly stylized manner, incorporating pointillist broken color
The Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise, 1791, by Benjamin West, by Anglo-American painting, oil on canvas. Archangel Michael expels Adam and Eve, who wear coats of skins' from Eden. The serpent,
Boulevard Montmartre on Winter Morning, by Camille Pissarro, 1897, French impressionist oil painting. This view of Paris was painted from his rooms at the Grand Hotel de Russie
Still Life with Flowers, by Eelke Jelles Eelkema, c. 1815-39, Dutch oil painting, oil on canvas. Bouquet of roses, tulips, daffodils, irises, on a stone plinth. Among the flowers is a butterfly. A sma
Pie in the face
SEPTEMBER MORN, by Paul Chabas, 1912, French realist painting, oil on canvas. When exhibited in the New York in 1913, it was declared immoral by Anthony Comstock, leader of the New York Society for th
Roses, by Vincent Van Gogh, 1890, Dutch Post-Impressionist, oil on canvas. The paintings original pink roses has faded because he used impermanent red pigments
Self-Portrait, by Vincent van Gogh, 1889, Dutch Post-Impressionist painting, oil on canvas. He painted this when in asylum at St.-Remy, where he had committed himself following a mental breakdown. Af
People playing leapfrog on beach
Emperor Napoleon I and his Staff on Horseback, Horace Vernet, c. 1815-50, French oil painting. In the distance is the smoke from a battle of the Napoleonic Wars
Marie-Antoinette, by Elisabeth-Louise Vigee Le Brun, 1783, French painting, oil on canvas. The tragic guillotined French Queen was played by Norma Shearer in the 1938 film, MARIE ANTOINETTE, and by K
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