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  1. Pectoral Sandpiper
  2. Judy Garland (1922-1969), actress and singer
  3. Los Angeles In 1928
  4. Audubon: Sparrow
  5. Times Square, 1936
  6. Eiffel Tower During Construction
  7. Little Boy Feeding Horses
  8. Seven Acrobats - Vintage Poster
  9. Poster advertising the Hamburg American Line, 1897
  10. Worlds Fair, New York, 1940, Vintage Poster
  11. Digitally restored vector war propaganda poster. Keep 'em rolling!
  12. Shelbourne Hotel Dublin
  13. British diagram of a German A7V tank used during World War I,
  14. 1950's USA Arrow Magazine Advert (detail)
  15. The concourse in Penn Station in New York City, 1910
  16. Earl 'Fatha' Hines, 1947
  17. Moses' discovery in the Nile River
  18. Rough Going, Motivational, Vintage Poster
  19. Advertisement for Hutchinson tyres, c.1937
  20. Radio, Vintage Poster, by Achille Luciano Mauzan
  21. Trout Fishing In Montana, 1886
  22. World War II: Shipyard, USS Missouri
  23. Ancient Architecture V
  24. Wolsey Nylons Advertisement
  25. World War II poster of an engineer rolling up his sleeves and a locomotive in motion
  26. Bowling Pin Up Girl
  27. Nikola Tesla With An Early Tesla Coil
  28. Abundance of the Garden I
  29. Straight Five
  30. Illinois, Pomona, General Store
  31. Roger Brown of the Detroit Lions and quarterback Bart Starr of the Green Bay Packers
  32. Poster for the 14th Exhibition of Vienna Secession, 1902
  33. Statue Of Liberty, Paris, torch of the statue at the Monduit and Bechet workshop
  34. View of Bordeaux
  35. Botanical on Teal IV
  36. Yosemite, Cathedral Spires, 1874
  37. Passengers waiting for their train at Penn Station in New York City, 1942
  38. Couple Ice Skating
  39. Abundance of the Garden II
  40. Roman Baths
  41. The Plant and its Ornamental Applications, Plate 71 - Chrysanthemum
  42. Sioux Grass Dance, c1913
  43. Milton: Paradise Lost
  44. Lake Lenape Delaware Water Gap
  45. Cordial Medoc
  46. Audubon: Warbler
  47. Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977), actor and comedian
  48. Brooklyn Bridge, New York