Right: A political cartoon illustration from Harper’s Weekly, by W. A. Rogers. Left: Dr Hidetaka Hirota, postdoctoral researcher in the Society of Fellows at Columbia University.

Right: A political cartoon illustration from Harper’s Weekly, by W. A. Rogers. Left: Dr Hidetaka Hirota, postdoctoral researcher in the Society of Fellows at Columbia University.

Centre de la Culture du Limousin Médiéval Voilà l'image du monde connu fin XIIème Imago mundi by Honorius Augustodunensis England, probably Durham, ca. 1190 Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

Centre de la Culture du Limousin Médiéval Voilà l'image du monde connu fin XIIème Imago mundi by Honorius Augustodunensis England, probably Durham, ca. 1190 Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

A Tomb Stone in Tombstone - History of Boot Hill by F.M. Light and Sons

A Tomb Stone in Tombstone - History of Boot Hill by F.M. Light and Sons

Angels on the Front Lines -- The World War I battle that took place near Mons, Belgium in 1914 became famous for its accounts of an army of angels that stood on the front lines between the two warring sides:  the British and the Germans.  Over six days as the battle raged on, many soldiers and officers from both sides reported that angels dressed in shining white clothing appeared during fierce fighting, sometimes floating in between the two armies or stretching out their hands toward the…

Angels on the Front Lines -- The World War I battle that took place near Mons, Belgium in 1914 became famous for its accounts of an army of angels that stood on the front lines between the two warring sides: the British and the Germans. Over six days as the battle raged on, many soldiers and officers from both sides reported that angels dressed in shining white clothing appeared during fierce fighting, sometimes floating in between the two armies or stretching out their hands toward the…

Members of the 4th Canadian Division on the march prior to the Battle of Vimy Ridge

Members of the 4th Canadian Division on the march prior to the Battle of Vimy Ridge

597: TINTYPE OF LUTHER "YELLOWSTONE" KELLY W/ PORTFOLIO : Lot 597

597: TINTYPE OF LUTHER "YELLOWSTONE" KELLY W/ PORTFOLIO : Lot 597

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Tyler Lyson

I'm doing alright for now, had a real bad bout of my illness. So just now I'm in bed its late but I do my best thinking while lying in bed. And I had many thoughts going on at once it seemed but one thought was how ill equipped I am to even live alone. …

1718 Migration (Scots Irish) This is perhaps the time our Gregory, Sloan & Sharp families arrived.

1718 Migration (Scots Irish) This is perhaps the time our Gregory, Sloan & Sharp families arrived.

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