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Carlos Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 35 pictures in our Carlos collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


YELLOW FEVER, CUBA, c1900. Conquerors of Yellow Fever. Cuban physician Dr. Carlos Finlay (left, in civilian clothes), U.S. Army surgeon Dr. Walter Reed (center), and others observe as Dr. Jesse Lazear inoculates Dr. James Carroll for yellow fever in Cuba after the Spanish-American War. Oil on canvas, c1940, by Dean Cornwell Featured Print

YELLOW FEVER, CUBA, c1900. Conquerors of Yellow Fever. Cuban physician Dr. Carlos Finlay (left, in civilian clothes), U.S. Army surgeon Dr. Walter Reed (center), and others observe as Dr. Jesse Lazear inoculates Dr. James Carroll for yellow fever in Cuba after the Spanish-American War. Oil on canvas, c1940, by Dean Cornwell

YELLOW FEVER, CUBA, c1900.
'Conquerors of Yellow Fever. Cuban physician Dr. Carlos Finlay (left, in civilian clothes), U.S. Army surgeon Dr. Walter Reed (center), and others observe as Dr. Jesse Lazear inoculates Dr. James Carroll for yellow fever in Cuba after the Spanish-American War. Oil on canvas, c1940, by Dean Cornwell

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Harding speaking with President Mario Garcia Menocal of Cuba from the Pan American Union at Washington, D.C., at the formal opening of telephone communication between the United States and Cuba, 11 April 1921. Left to right: John J. Pershing; Carlos de Cespedes; President Harding; L.S. Rowe; Charles Evans Hughes; and Andrew Mellon Featured Print

Harding speaking with President Mario Garcia Menocal of Cuba from the Pan American Union at Washington, D.C., at the formal opening of telephone communication between the United States and Cuba, 11 April 1921. Left to right: John J. Pershing; Carlos de Cespedes; President Harding; L.S. Rowe; Charles Evans Hughes; and Andrew Mellon

WARREN G. HARDING, 1921.
Harding speaking with President Mario Garcia Menocal of Cuba from the Pan American Union at Washington, D.C., at the formal opening of telephone communication between the United States and Cuba, 11 April 1921. Left to right: John J. Pershing; Carlos de Cespedes; President Harding; L.S. Rowe; Charles Evans Hughes; and Andrew Mellon

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