American, active 1919–1941
Leo Frank's Body Hanging to a Tree at Marletta, Georgia, After He Had Been Lynched
"Exhibtion Shown at Soviet Congress"
"The Final Act of the Game"
"Heavyweight of the Universe"
President Coolidge Opens the Baseball Season in Washington
"President Coolidge Wears His Rubbers to Inspect One of the Round-the-World Planes on Their Arrival at the Capital"
"The Council for the Prosecution Feels the Heat: William Jennings Bryan"
"Houdini Exposes Spirit Trickery to New York Clergymen"
"The Babe Down but Not Out"
"Suzanne Lenglen, Professional"
Men Against Wall
"The Best Show of the Season in New York City"
"Ms. Ruth Snyder as she Looks Today"
"Selection of Jury Delays Snyder Trial"
"The Passing of a Hat"
"Colonel Lindbergh Teaching 'Airmanship' to America"
Thousands of Dollars Go Up in Smoke in Kansas
After the Wedding in Albany
"Even Rob Roy Wants his Share of President's Birthday Cake"
"A Land Battleship for The Navy: An Armed Car"
"A Famous School of Dance Has a Birthday"
"Heroes of the World Series"
"Great White Chief: President Coolidge"
"The Road to the Moon"
"A Mexican Artist Records his First Impressions of San Francisco"
"Red Riot at Capitol"
"The Legions of the Nazis of Germany Salute Their Leader"
"The Motive Power To Drive a Giant of the Air Through the Clouds"
Al Smith at Game
"The Leader of the German Nazis Reviews His Forces"
"A Famous Fisherman in Action"
"The Champion Views the Scene of his Next Battle"
"Louisiana 'Kingfish' Ready for the Fray"
"Hitler Takes Another Leaf from Mussolini Book: Boy Nazis"
The Flight from a Police Charge in London
"Hunger Marchers Rally Outside the House of Commons"
"Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt"
"How the Boycott Was Enforced: Nazi Guards"
"'Shock Troops' of the Campaign: A Boycott Car"
"Memorial Celebration at the Tannenberg Monument"
"The Fourth Day of the Reichsparteitag in Nuremburg"
Heap Big Injun: Mayor James J. Walker of New York City
"One of the Freak Hazards of the Road: A Motorcycle Sidecar"
"Chancellor Adolf Hilter Engaged in Earnest Conversation with Dr. Goebbles"
"The Hull that Carries the Hopes of British Yachtsmen"
"The Poor Children of Berlin Share in Hitler's Birthday Party"
"A Unanimous 'Ja' for the Leader"
"Giant Liner Launched Named 'Queen Mary'"
"Mayor La Guardia Giving the Axe to Slot Machines which were Dumped in Waters off Scotland Light"
"In Honor of the 85th Birthday of a Famous General at the World War"
"Mayor La Guardia Climbs a Fence"
"The Mayor Becomes a Saint and a Sinner"
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Louis Out for a Stroll
"Official Souvenirs of the Fourth Winter Olympics"
"Mayor La Guardia Cutting the Ribbon"
"The Mayor in the Motorman's Cab of the First Official Train"
Citizens of Berlin Greeting the Reichsführer
"A Free for All in Tennessee Labor Dispute"
"The Tragic End of 13,500 Miles of Air Travel"
"The Opening Ceremony of the Poppy Drive"
"Breaking Ground for New Housing Project in Brooklyn"
The Mayor and a Baby Exchange Smiles
"The Dionne Years"
"The Mayor's Day"
"Photographs of Wendell L. Wilkie Dominate the Scene at his Headquarters in Philadelphia"
"A Showery Reception for Mr. Willkie in St. Louis"
"Mayor La Guardia Giving a Few Pointers"
"British Raid Nazi-held Norway"
"Hitler's Reception Hall Today"
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