RM2J75C5K–Sir John Fenwick by Robert White, after Willem Wissing
RM2J75C6A–Zonguldak port and breakwater, Turkey Ottoman era postcard
RM2J75C10–Chief Inspector Donald Sutherland Swanson (12 August 1848 - 24 November 1924) was born at Geise, where his father operated a distillery, before the family moved in 1851 to Thurso, and was a senior police officer in the Metropolitan Police in London during the notorious Jack the Ripper murders of 1888.
RM2J75C21–Paul-Jacques Malouin (1701–1778)
RM2J75C62–Tserendorj, head of the Mongolian delegation in Moscow, signing treaty between Mongolia and the Russian Soviet Government.
RM2J75C18–Francis-Xavier de Montmorency-Laval, commonly referred to as François de Laval (30 April 1623 – 6 May 1708), was the first Roman Catholic bishop of Quebec, appointed when he was 36 years old by Pope Alexander VII.
RM2J75C5C–Elevation of Rudyard's lighthouse finished in 1709
RM2J75BWT–Hastings & Carrall, c.1948
RM2J75C2X–Thomas van Erpe [known as Thomas Erpenius] (September 11, 1584 – November 13, 1624), Dutch Orientalist, was born at Gorinchem, in Holland
RM2J75C04–Leonard Lessius, De justitia et jure, Antwerp: ex officina Plantiniana, B. Moretus, 1626.
RM2J75C1F–Jacob van der Does (4 March 1623, in Amsterdam buried 17 November 1673, in Sloten) was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter.
RM2J75BWK–Postcard: Kootenay Landing, BC, c.1910
RM2J75C65–Six Emirs at a meeting in Kano (c. 1913)
RM2J75C69–William Claiborne also, spelled Cleyburne (c. 1600 – c. 1677)
RM2J75C63–USS Vicksburg coaling at the Isabela Wharf, Basilan. Photo taken from the vantage point of the 'floating' Naval Hospital, 1901.
RM2J75BX3–Postcard: Kelowna, BC, c.1946
RM2J75BY2–Postcard: Ferry Ride on Kootenay Lake, BC, c.1950
RM2J75BYT–Postcard: Rossland, BC, c.1910
RM2J75C2H–Enrico Caterino Davila (October 30, 1576 – May 26, 1631) was an Italian historian and diplomat.
RM2J75C2K–Francesco Andreini (c. 1548 – 1624) was an Italian actor mainly of Commedia Dell'Arte plays.
RM2J75C1B–John Augustus Sutter Jr. (October 25, 1826 – September 21, 1897) was the founder and planner of the City of Sacramento in California, a U.S. Consul in Acapulco, Mexico and the son of German-born but Swiss-raised American pioneer John Augustus Sutter Sr.
RM2J75C5N–Map of south-eastern Europe c. 1670.
RM2J75C1Y–Press clip from the Polish newspaper Kurjer Poznanski 1925-5-8, informing about the Wilno school massacre that occurred at Joachim Lelewel high school in Wilno, Poland (now Vilnius, Lithuania) on May 6, 1925. During the final exams, at least two eighth-grade students attacked the board of examiners with revolvers and hand grenades, killing at least one teacher, several students, and themselves.
RM2J75BWX–West 4th Avenue at Granville Street, 1948
RM2J75C1D–Guillén de Castro y Mateo (1569 – 28 July 1631) was a Spanish dramatist of the Spanish Golden Age. He was distinguished member of the 'Nocturnos', a Spanish version of the 'Academies' in Italy.
RM2J75C0E–A 19th-century bluestone shipping depot on Rondout Creek
RM2J75BX1–Postcard: Japanese Fishing Wharf, c.1910
RM2J75C23–MNLF fighters surrender their firearms to President Ferdinand Marcos.
RM2J75C27–Page in Latin of theatre program dedicated to Algirdas (1687), once performed in Vilnius
RM2J75C2Y–President Pfotenhauer at the LCMS convention in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in 1923
RM2J75C61–Louis-Sébastien Le Nain de Tillemont (30 November 1637 – 10 January 1698) was a French ecclesiastical historian.
RM2J75C2F–Marco Antonio de Dominis
RM2J75C2B–The corpses of those killed during the 1906 pogrom in the courtyard of the Jewish Hospital in Bialystok. The corpses of the Jews killed during the 1906 pogrom of Bialystok are laid down in the yard of the Jewish hospital
RM2J75C0J–Early 18th century view of the now demolished Talbot house at Carton Demesne; Talbot grew up here, later renaming it 'Talbotstown' at the peak of his power.
RM2J75C1G–Johannes Leusden (also called Jan (informal), John (English), or Johann (German)) (26 April 1624 – 30 September 1699) was a Dutch Calvinist theologian and orientalist.
RM2J75BWW–Postcard: Peter Verigin's Tomb, Brilliant, BC, c.1920s
RM2J75C1T–Another map of Lecoq, (1805)
RM2J75C17–Friedrich Drake (June 23, 1805, Pyrmont – April 6, 1882, Berlin) was a German sculptor, best known for his huge memorial statues.
RM2J75C0R–Christoph zu Dohna-Carwinden (1583-1637)
RM2J75C29–Plan of the Acropolis Castle in Athens. Print taken from: Attic Athens, described by its principles until the purchase made by the Venetian arms in 1687
RM2J75C2W–Pieter Codde also known as Petrus Codde (27 November 1648, in Amsterdam – 18 December 1710, in Utrecht) was apostolic vicar of the Catholic Church's Vicariate Apostolic of Batavia
RM2J75C0N–Caspar Schamberger (1 September 1623 in Leipzig, Germany – 8 April 1706) was a German surgeon. His name represents the first school of Western medicine in Japan and the beginning of rangaku, or Dutch studies.
RM2J75C1H–An early allegorical map of temperance by John C. Wiltberger, Jr., 1838.
RM2J75C25–Fenwick's arrest (as later imagined in 1865)
RM2J75C0B–U.S. soldiers of Company C, 9th Infantry Regiment pose with one of the Balangiga bells seized as war trophy. Photo taken in Calbayog, Samar in April 1902.
RM2J75C0W–Cornelius a Lapide, Commentaria in quatuor prophetas maiores. Antwerpen: Nutius, Martinus (III), 1622.
RM2J75C60–Daniel Sennert (25 November 1572 – 21 July 1637) was a renowned German physician and a prolific academic writer, especially in the field of alchemy or chemistry. He held the position of professor of medicine at the University of Wittenberg for many years.
RM2J75C0F–Marco Passionei (13 September 1560 – 30 April 1625) - in religion Benedetto da Urbino - was an Italian Roman Catholic and a professed member from the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin
RM2J75C2M–Michelangelo Tamburini (27 September 1648 – 28 February 1730) was an Italian Jesuit, who was elected fourteenth Superior General of the Society of Jesus from January 31, 1706 to February 28, 1730.
RM2J75C0A–Woodcut from A Wonder of Wonders (1651) depicting the hanging of Anne Greene
RM2J75C64–Multicultural Vilnians in 1915. The city was famous for its tolerance of various ethnicities till World War I
RM2J75C2N–Francis Turretin (17 October 1623 – 28 September 1687; also known as François Turrettini) was a Genevan-Italian Reformed scholastic theologian
RM2J75C0C–1857 lithograph of Kano, drawn after a sketch by Heinrich Barth
RM2J75C3F–Pinchas Menachem (Elazar) Justman
RM2J75C0X–Coronal mass ejection, captured in 1867 with Vilnius's photoheliograph, which was only the second such device in the entire world
RM2J75C6C–Karl Eduard Aeschlimann (17 February 1808 in Burgdorf; † 4. April 1893 in Yalta) was a Swiss architect. He was a court architect of the Russian royal family.
RM2J75C5X–An allegorical map on temperance, based on the notion of alcohol as a train ride to destruction, the 'Black Valley Rail Road' by the Massachusetts Temperance Alliance, 1863.
RM2J75BWN–Postcard: Vancouver Panorama, c.1929
RM2J75BX2–Postcard: Horseshoe Bay, BC, c.1938
RM2J75C0D–Map of Batangas in 1918
RM2J75BX0–Postcard: Malahat Drive, c.1930s
RM2J75C67–The historical province of Zamboanga in 1918
RM2J75C2E–Map of the siege of Barcelona in 1697 where you can see the city, the mountain of Montjuïc and Tibidabo
RM2J75C1E–Inauguration of the statue of Charlemagne, 26 July 1868
RM2J75C2D–Henry Hart Milman
RM2J75BYX–Postcard: Malahat Drive, 1920
RM2J75C24–Old Plaza Rizal and Plaza Misericordia, opposite Santa Isabel Cathedral, old City Hall (Provincial Capitol) atop the hill in the background.
RM2J75C14–Elisabeth Augusta of Schleswig-Holstein (28 December 1623 – 9 August 1677) was the daughter of king Christian IV of Denmark and Kirsten Munk. She shared the title Countess of Schleswig-Holstein with her mother and siblings.
RM2J75C0H–Henry Noris (29 August 1631 – 23 February 1704), or Enrico Noris, was an Italian church historian, theologian and Cardinal.
RM2J75C38–The 'Roger Williams Root'
RM2J75C15–Etching depicting Elisha Cooke (1637-1715) Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
RM2J75BWH–On November 17, 1734, on Cosby's orders, the sheriff arrested Zenger. After a grand jury refused to indict him, the Attorney General Richard Bradley charged him with libel in August 1735
RM2J75C30–President Manuel Quezon tapping the sap of one of the trees in the pioneering Basilan rubber plantations developed by American Dr. James W. Strong.
RM2J75C0Y–Friedrich Pfotenhauer (April 22, 1859, Altencelle, Kingdom of Hanover – October 9, 1939, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.) was the fifth president of the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod, from 1911 to 1935.
RM2J75BYD–Postcard: Cowichan Bay, BC, c.1910
RMRT7R5E–Sketch map of Kandy and environ in 1815
RMRT7PJ9–'The Kappa Sigma book; a manual of descriptive, historical, and statistical facts concerning the Kappa Sigma fraternity' (1907)
RMRT7PK4–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7PCH–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7PJ4–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7PK0–'The Kappa Sigma book; a manual of descriptive, historical, and statistical facts concerning the Kappa Sigma fraternity' (1907)
RMRT7PD2–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7PJ3–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7PKJ–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7PDE–'The Kappa Sigma book; a manual of descriptive, historical, and statistical facts concerning the Kappa Sigma fraternity' (1907)
RMRT7R05–Map of the city, c. 1914
RMRT7PP3–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7PCR–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7PEN–'Trees in nature, myth and art;' (1907)
RMRT7PNA–'Houses for town or country' (1907)
RMRT7P9E–'The Kappa Sigma book; a manual of descriptive, historical, and statistical facts concerning the Kappa Sigma fraternity' (1907)
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