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American admiral Chester W Nimitz, Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Fleet, World War II, 1941-1945 (photo) Featured American Photographer (after) Image

American admiral Chester W Nimitz, Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Fleet, World War II, 1941-1945 (photo)

6015170 American admiral Chester W Nimitz, Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Fleet, World War II, 1941-1945 (photo) by American Photographer (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: American admiral Chester W Nimitz (1885-1966), Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Fleet, World War II, 1941-1945. Illustration from The Second Great War, A Standard History, Volume Five (The Waverley Book Company Ltd in association with The Amalgamated Press Ltd, London, c1946).); © Look and Learn

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Battle of the Holme, 902, between the Danes and the army of Wessex and Kent under Edward the Elder, in which Aethelwold aetheling, who had allied himself with the Danes, was killed (litho) Featured American Photographer (after) Image

Battle of the Holme, 902, between the Danes and the army of Wessex and Kent under Edward the Elder, in which Aethelwold aetheling, who had allied himself with the Danes, was killed (litho)

6014697 Battle of the Holme, 902, between the Danes and the army of Wessex and Kent under Edward the Elder, in which Aethelwold aetheling, who had allied himself with the Danes, was killed (litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Battle of the Holme, 902, between the Danes and the army of Wessex and Kent under Edward the Elder, in which Aethelwold aetheling, who had allied himself with the Danes, was killed. Illustration from Les Peuples du Nord - Russie, Allemagne, Angleterre, by E de la R... (Ardant Freres, Limoges and Paris, c1885).); © Look and Learn

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Jesse James (b/w photo)
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Jesse James (b/w photo)
Union headquarters at 26 South Battery Street in occupied Charleston, South Carolina, 1865 (b/w photo) Featured American Photographer (after) Image

Union headquarters at 26 South Battery Street in occupied Charleston, South Carolina, 1865 (b/w photo)

867771 Union headquarters at 26 South Battery Street in occupied Charleston, South Carolina, 1865 (b/w photo) by American Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Union Maj.-Gen. John P. Hatch's headquarters in the villa at 26 South Battery Street in occupied Charleston, South Carolina, guarded by African-American soldiers; note the American flag at half-staff and bunting on the mansion's arcade columns, as a sign of mourning for the recent assassination of President Lincoln in April 1865. The adjacent mansion, at 28 South Battery to the left of this picture, was the home of photographer George S. Cook, and also has bunting displayed on its columns, although the house itself was still shuttered awaiting his return to reoccupy it with his family. Both buildings still stand largely unchanged today, part of a historic-preservation effort in the City of Charleston. This image was enhanced by combining its stereographic pair of wet-collodion glass negatives into a single wide photograph, cleaned and repaired); Battlefields in Motion, Ltd

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