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Painting. MEN OF PROGRESS by Christian Schussele (1824-1879). NPG

Compare changing artistic styles, or source images of famous individuals. [...] »

Watercolor, Figurehead for Lady Blessington, c. 1936-1941, WPA, NARA

View works from artists financed by the United States Government during the Great Depression. [...] »

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Experience Caucasian, middle-class Northeastern life through the collections of four families. [...] »

Painting, W. Campbell (The Aviator), 1944, B. G. Reyneau, National Portrait Gal.

A collection of 20 portraits by African American artists from the Harmon Foundation. [...] »

Photo, Chief Jake of Killisnoo aroused, c. 1896-1920, Alaska State Library

View images related to Alaskan statehood and Native Americans. [...] »

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Explore approximately 100 activities designed for classroom use. [...] »

Photograph, Thomas Jefferson Park, school gardens, 1912, Library of Congress.

Explore the history of American landscape and architectural design from 1850-1920. [...] »

Photo, Shrimp-pickers in Peerless Oyster Co., March 1911, Lewis Hine, LoC

How has photography altered our perception of and the actuality of reality? [...] »

Map, Nova totius terrarum, 1635?, Willem J. Blaeu, The New York Public Library.

Explore the mid-Atlantic region with more than 1,852 maps created before 1850. [...] »

Engraving, A House Divided..., 1787, Amos Doolittle, Library of Congress

A collection of special documents and artifacts held within the Library of Congress. [...] »

 
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