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From 'Gobolinks, or Shadow-Pictures for Young and Old' by Ruth McEnery Stuart and Albert Bigelow Paine. New York: The Century Co.

LOC Photo Display

Crystal Glass Casket Co Store Front 1900 Reprint Of Old Photo

Crystal Glass Casket Co., exterior [1919 or 1920]

The Rocket Book, by Peter Newell. Vintage cover via iconoclassic: (via BibliOdyssey: The Rocket Book) Best Book Covers, Vintage Book Covers, Vintage Children's Books, Antique Books, Old Children's Books, Buch Design, Library Of Congress, Children's Library, Online Library

“The Rocket Book” - Classic Books

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File:Paper doll fashions issued by the Sunday Times-Herald Chicago - Wikimedia Commons The Sunday Times, Library Of Congress, Paper Dolls, Fun Crafts, Chicago, Painting, Wikimedia Commons, Art, Fashion

Paper doll fashions issued by the Sunday Times-Herald Chicago

1 print : chromolithograph ; sheet 23.3 x 40.6 cm. | Print shows half-length cutout figures for Sir Walter Raleigh, Mary, Queen of Scots, Queen Elizabeth, and Rob Roy, along with a corresponding cutout outfit for each, as issued by the Sunday Times-Herald, Chicago.

inch Canvas Print (other products available) - RAILROAD POSTER, <br>American lithograph poster, for the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad. - Image supplied by Granger Art on Demand - Box Canvas Print made in the USA

[Girl holding doll and boy with dog in waiting room at railroad station]

1 print : lithograph, color.

This seeping rock pile, along the main highway above Durango, Colorado, has a name. It's the "Pinkerton Hot Springs," whose waters were first discovered in the early 1870s by dairy farmer James Harvey Pinkerton. Highsmith, Carol M. All That Remains, Fine Art Photo, Library Of Congress, Hot Springs, The Rock, Maine, Swimming Pools, Durango Colorado, Farmer

This seeping rock pile, along the main highway above Durango, Colorado, has a name. It's the "Pinkerton Hot Springs," whose waters were first discovered in the early 1870s by dairy farmer James Harvey Pinkerton. Highsmith, Carol M.

Alexander, crystal seer knows, sees, tells all. Library Of Congress, Crystals, Poster, Pictures, Magic, Color, Art, Photos, Craft Art

Alexander, crystal seer knows, sees, tells all. [approximately 1910]

 1936 reflecting in crystal ball.

Crystal ball. 1936 reflecting in crystal ball. Horydczak, Theodor. 1936.

Crystal Cave billboard, Route 65  Margolies, John, photographer  1979.

Crystal Cave billboard, Route 65 Margolies, John, photographer 1979.

Greek treasures in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The Crystal tiara. A crusader relic bound in gold and jewels; [Another view of the crystal tiara] American Colony (Jerusalem)., photographer [approximately 1920 to Library Of Congress, Drawstring Backpack, Jewels, Drop Earrings, Crystals, Jerusalem, Greek, Gold, Bags

Greek treasures in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The Crystal tiara. A crusader relic bound in gold and jewels; [Another view of the crystal tiara] American Colony (Jerusalem). Photo Dept., photographer [approximately 1920 to 1933]

 [Woman with large topaz crystal from Brazil, Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. Crystal Identification, Georgia State University, 2017 Photos, Library Of Congress, Photo Displays, Natural History, Geology, Topaz, Washington

Woman with large topaz crystal from Brazil, Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Harris & Ewing, photographer [1938 or 1939]

Geologist George P. Merrill with the world's largest perfect crystal sphere which is housed at the Smithsonian.

[George P. Merrill, head curator of the National Museum, with the largest perfect crystal globe in the world, Washington, D.C.] Harris & Ewing, photographer [1925 May 8]

[Man with a group of 100 kHz quartz crystal oscillators which served as the U. National primary frequency standard in Harris & Ewing, photographer Created / Published January or February] Library Of Congress, Quartz Crystal, February, Group, Crystals, Crystal, Crystals Minerals, Quartz

[Man with a group of 100 kHz quartz crystal oscillators which served as the U.S. National primary frequency standard in 1929] Harris & Ewing, photographer Created / Published [1930 January or February]

[Untitled photo, possibly related to: Monument erected to Popeye, Crystal City, Texas. This is in the spinach growing center] Lee, Russell. Library Of Congress, Texas, Baseball Cards, City, Spinach, Movie Posters, Crystal, History, Texas Travel

[Untitled photo, possibly related to: Monument erected to Popeye, Crystal City, Texas. This is in the spinach growing center] Lee, Russell. [1939 Mar.]