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Standing Poodle
Attributed to United States Pottery Company
American, 1847–58
Bennington, Vermont
Standing Poodle, 1847/58
Pair of Candlesticks
Attributed to United States Pottery Company
American, 1847–1858
Bennington, Vermont
Pair of Candlesticks, 1847/58
Cow Pitcher with Lid
United States Pottery Company
American, 1847–58
Bennington, Vermont
Possibly designed by Daniel Greatbatch
American, born England, active 1838-c. 1861
Cow Pitcher with Lid, c. 1855
Untitled (Martian Landscape)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
American, established 1958
Untitled (Martian Landscape), July 21, 1976
Untitled (Footprint)
Neil Armstrong (American, born 1930)
for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)(American, established 1958)
Untitled (Footprint), July 20, 1969, printed 1979
Untitled (David R. Scott gathering lunar regolith samples while conducting senelogical experiments on the Moon, with Iriwn’s Shadow in the Left Foreground)
James B. Irwin (American, born 1930)
for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)(American, established 1958)
Untitled (David R. Scott gathering lunar regolith samples while conducting senelogical experiments on the Moon, with Iriwn’s Shadow in the Left Foreground), 1971
The Greatest Crime in Christendom
Unknown artist
published by United States Food Administration
The Greatest Crime in Christendom, c. 1918
Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with Scene Reflected in his Face Covering and Footprints on Ground
Neil Armstrong (American, born 1930)
for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)(American, established 1958)
Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with Scene Reflected in his Face Covering and Footprints on Ground, July 20, 1969, printed 1979
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
American, established 1958
Surveyor Moon Photography, Day 154, Survey A, w/a Pan, 1966/68
Aerial Photograph of Bombardment, World War I, France
Photographic Section, U.S. Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF)
Aerial Photograph of Bombardment, World War I, France, 1918/19
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