ORGAN MANUFACTURE, 1770. The manufacture of pipe organs. Line engraving by Pierre Claude Delagardette, from 'l'Art du Facteur d'Orgues,' compiled by Dom François B
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INDIAN AFFAIRS MEETING, 1937. A meeting in Washington D
INDIAN AFFAIRS MEETING, 1937.
A meeting in Washington D.C. to discuss a proposed prohibition law in Alaska, 2 February 1937. Left to right: Senator Elmer Thomas, Chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee; Claude M. Hirst, Director of the Office of Indian Affairs in Alaska; and John Collier, U.S. Commisioner of Indian Affairs. From the Farm Security
ROUGET DE LISLE (1760-1836). Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle. French army officer and composer
ROUGET DE LISLE (1760-1836).
Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle. French army officer and composer. Performing 'La Marseillaise' for the first time, at the home of the mayor of Strasbourg, 1792. Oil on canvas, 1849, by Isidore Pils.
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