Ceremony of laying the corner-stone at the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan. General Carlos Romulo, president of the General Assembly, shaking hands with Mr Truman. Carlos Pena Romulo QSC CLH NA (14 January 1898 - 15 December 1985) was a Filipino diplomat, statesman, soldier, journalist and author. He was President of the UN General Assembly. Harry S. Truman (May 8, 1884 - December 26, 1972) was the 33rd president of the United States, serving from 1945 to 1953. A lifetime member of the Democratic Party, he previously served as the 34th vice president from January to April 1945 under F
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Laying the Corner Stone of the United States Capitol, by President Washington, Sept. 18, 1793., Jarvis, J. F. (John F.) (b. 1850), Washington (D.C.), United States
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Antique 1891 photograph, “laying the corner stone of the Masonic Home in Utica, New York.” SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH
RM2AMH2A6Antique 1891 photograph, “laying the corner stone of the Masonic Home in Utica, New York.” SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH
President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (The Mormon church) Thomas S. Monson arrives for a corner stone laying ceremony at the dedication of the Draper Utah Temple in Draper, Utah March 20, 2009.  The 58,300 square foot Draper Utah Temple is the 129th temple the church has built worldwide. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES SOCIETY RELIGION)
RM2D2J4RFPresident of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (The Mormon church) Thomas S. Monson arrives for a corner stone laying ceremony at the dedication of the Draper Utah Temple in Draper, Utah March 20, 2009. The 58,300 square foot Draper Utah Temple is the 129th temple the church has built worldwide. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES SOCIETY RELIGION)
Antique 1891 photograph, “laying the corner stone of the Masonic Home in Utica, New York.” SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH
RM2AH895DAntique 1891 photograph, “laying the corner stone of the Masonic Home in Utica, New York.” SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH
Laying the Corner Stone of the United States Capitol, by President Washington, Sept. 18, 1793, by Jarvis, J. F. (John F.), b. 1850
RMFGKR0PLaying the Corner Stone of the United States Capitol, by President Washington, Sept. 18, 1793, by Jarvis, J. F. (John F.), b. 1850
Antique 1891 photograph, “laying the corner stone of the Masonic Home in Utica, New York.” SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH
RM2AMH29JAntique 1891 photograph, “laying the corner stone of the Masonic Home in Utica, New York.” SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH
. Laying the Corner Stone of the United States Capitol, by President Washington, Sept. 18, 1793.  Coverage: 1870?-1895?. Source Imprint: Washington, D.C. : John F. Jarvis, 1870?-1895?. Digital item published 1-25-2006; updated 2-13-2009. 167 Laying the Corner Stone of the United States Capitol, by President Washington, Sept. 18, 1793, by Jarvis, J. F. (John F.), b. 1850
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The Prince of Wales laying the corner stone of the new Parliament Buildings at Ottawa City, the Seat of Government of the British Provinces in North America, September 1st, 1860. Visit of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (Edward VII), to Canada. 19th century illustration from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
RF2JR6E0AThe Prince of Wales laying the corner stone of the new Parliament Buildings at Ottawa City, the Seat of Government of the British Provinces in North America, September 1st, 1860. Visit of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (Edward VII), to Canada. 19th century illustration from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
070809-N-3385W-761 MUSA KHEL, Afghanistan (Aug. 9, 2007) - Commanding Officer Provincial Reconstruction Team Khost, U.S. Navy Cmdr. David Adams and the Governor of AfghanistanÕs Khowst province, Arsala Jamal, in a uniquely Afghan tradition, cut the ribbon before laying the corner stone for Freedom High School in Musa Khel.  U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Christopher Weis (RELEASED) US Navy 070809-N-3385W-761 Commanding Officer Provincial Reconstruction Team Khost, U.S. Navy Cmdr. David Adams and the Governor of Afghanistan%%5Ersquo,s Khowst province, Arsala Jamal, in a uniquely Afghan tradition, cu
RMHFTX8B070809-N-3385W-761 MUSA KHEL, Afghanistan (Aug. 9, 2007) - Commanding Officer Provincial Reconstruction Team Khost, U.S. Navy Cmdr. David Adams and the Governor of AfghanistanÕs Khowst province, Arsala Jamal, in a uniquely Afghan tradition, cut the ribbon before laying the corner stone for Freedom High School in Musa Khel. U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Christopher Weis (RELEASED) US Navy 070809-N-3385W-761 Commanding Officer Provincial Reconstruction Team Khost, U.S. Navy Cmdr. David Adams and the Governor of Afghanistan%%5Ersquo,s Khowst province, Arsala Jamal, in a uniquely Afghan tradition, cu
The national Capitol; its architecture, art and history . e panel repre-sents Washington taking the oath of office, administered by Chancellor Liv-ingston. As the Supreme Court of the United States was not organizeduntil September of the same year, the Chief Justice could not officiate; andthis established the precedent whereby a President-elect can be sworn intooffice, in case of necessity, by another than the chief of that Court. Thetop panel shows the laying of the original corner-stone of the Capitol byWashington, with Masonic rites, on the 18th of September, 1793. The weightof these doors
RM2AMYFT2The national Capitol; its architecture, art and history . e panel repre-sents Washington taking the oath of office, administered by Chancellor Liv-ingston. As the Supreme Court of the United States was not organizeduntil September of the same year, the Chief Justice could not officiate; andthis established the precedent whereby a President-elect can be sworn intooffice, in case of necessity, by another than the chief of that Court. Thetop panel shows the laying of the original corner-stone of the Capitol byWashington, with Masonic rites, on the 18th of September, 1793. The weightof these doors
Washington D.C., Benjamin Franklin Sta., The USA - 26 September 1932: historical envelope: cover with cachet United States post office department
RF2CH0DDYWashington D.C., Benjamin Franklin Sta., The USA - 26 September 1932: historical envelope: cover with cachet United States post office department