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"Coming Out" for Harrison
Samuel D. Ehrhart
American, c. 1862-1937
"Coming Out" for Harrison, n.d.
". . . So...then she sez. . . ."
Gladys Nilsson
American, born 1940
". . . So...then she sez. . . .", 1993
"Bear with Hunter's Cap"
Charles Pearson
American, active 20th century
"Bear with Hunter's Cap", n.d.
"Allow me to Examine the Young Lady—"
Winslow Homer (American, 1836-1910)
published by Harper's Weekly (American, 1857-1916)
"Allow me to Examine the Young Lady—", published February 18, 1860
"All in the Gay and Golden Weather"
Winslow Homer (American, 1836-1910)
published by Appletons' Journal (American, 1869-1881)
"All in the Gay and Golden Weather", published June 12, 1869
"Any Thing for Me, If You Please?"—Post-Office of the Brooklyn Fair in Aid of the Sanitary Commission
Winslow Homer (American, 1836-1910)
published by Harper's Weekly (American, 1857-1916)
"Any Thing for Me, If You Please?"—Post-Office of the Brooklyn Fair in Aid of the Sanitary Commission, published March 5, 1864
"Above and Beyond the Call of Duty"
David Stone Martin (American, 1913-1992)
printed by U.S. Government Printing Office
published by Office of War Information
"Above and Beyond the Call of Duty", 1943
"And the day ran into the night, memories..."
Ivan Albright
American, 1897-1983
"And the day ran into the night, memories...", 1937
"Chicago Riviera", from One-Hundred Views of Chicago
Bronislaw M. Bak (American,1922-1981)
printed by Studio Press, Chicago
published by Hedi Bak (American, born Germany, active 20th cen.) and Bronislaw M. Bak
dedicated to Carl O. Schniewind (American, 1900-1957)
"Chicago Riviera", from One-Hundred Views of Chicago, 1967
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