RMH4E0DF–Bill Clinton (b.1946), 42nd President of the USA, Jan 1993
RMF2AXKE–Informal portrait of President Bill Clinton at his desk in the Oval Office. 1993. (BSLOC 2015 2 187)
RMF7NY2F–US president Bill Clinton, taking the oath of office, 1993
RM2H7305E–BILL CLINTON as US President in 1993.
RMCB7WF2–US President Bill Clinton makes a statement on Social Security reform March 30, 1999 at the White House in Washington D.C.
RMKX90BR–Bill Clinton as Governor of Arkansas and US Presidential Candidate during the Presidential Election Campaign October 1992. Scans made in 2017. Seen here: The Candidate Bill Clinton at an election rally in West Philadelphia. Photographs on the road on the 1992 Presidential Election campaign trail from Philadelphia and down the eastern states to Atlanta in Georgia. Clinton went on to become the 42nd President of the United States serving two terms from 1993 to 2001.
RMC1HE7Y–Democratic candidate to the presidency Bill Clinton visits a high school in New York City, february 23, 1992.
RMERMHA3–Little Rock, Arkansas, USA 31992 Clinton/Gore Election night victory celebration on the courthouse steps in Little Rock. President-elect William Jefferson Clinton and Vice-President-elect Albert Gore Jr and their wives Tipper and Hillary along with their daughters celebrate their presidential election win over incumbent George.H.W. Bush Credit: Mark Reinstein
RMKWC4EX–President Bill Clinton with VP Albert Gore and Attorney General Janet Reno. Reno was the first woman Attorney General and served for 8 years. (BSLOC 2015 2 188)
RMA8FDN2–Erie Canal opening ceremony with New York Governor DeWitt Clinton and other dignitaries on the first boat 1825. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2HF719Y–President William J Clinton, seated at his desk in the Oval Office, Washington, DC, 1993.
RFA83N0J–Sunset and silhouetted power transmission lines near Port Clinton Ohio
RMG88JA7–Guillermo (Memo) Arreola (r) of the USA, ducks under an onslaught from Great Britain's Clinton McKenzie (l)
RMMM00J2–Clinton Common. 1890
RMPRB6EC–John Wesley Jarvis, Portrait of DeWitt Clinton, Circa 1816, Oil on canvas, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C., USA.
RM2G15A3G–Map of the Attack on Forts Clinton and Montgomery during the American Revolution
RMFDCJKH–Bill Clinton. Official White House portrait of President Bill Clinton, 4th January 1993
RMF2AXKJ–William Jefferson Clinton as Governor of Arkansas in 1992. (BSLOC 2015 2 183)
RMD98DWH–William Jefferson 'Bill' Clinton (born 1946) 42nd President of the United States of America 1993-2001, giving a press conference in the Amphitheater of the ITC Reagan Building.
RMG5GE7X–John Wesley Jarvis - DeWitt Clinton
RMCB78NW–US President Bill Clinton announces the start of bombing against Serbian targets by US-led NATO forces, March 24, 1999 at the White House, Washington, DC.
RMP74G3X–Clinton Joseph Davisson (1881–1958), was an American physicist who won the 1937 Nobel Prize in Physics (which he shared with George Paget Thomson) for his discovery of electron diffraction in the Davisson-Germer experiment. (Photo: November 1937)
RMECH97F–George Clinton performing live in London UK
RM2K0YFD7–DeWitt Clinton (1769-1828), American Politician and Naturalist, portrait painting in oil on canvas by Samuel Finley Breese Morse, 1826
RMDT0C04–James Clinton, 1736 –1812. American Revolutionary War officer.
RMCPWCP7–Bill Clinton, President Bill Clinton, William Jefferson 'Bill' Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States
RMB8NFEF–DeWitt Clinton with his autograph. Hand-colored steel engraving
RMHM4R0T–1921 Aston Martin SV at Aston Clinton hill climb
RMKF1C0N–Standing at the Diplomatic Entrance to the White House, United States President Bill Clinton bids farewell to Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa following their successful working meeting on Friday, April 16, 1993. The two leaders agreed to begin a new round of trade talks. Credit: White House via CNP - NO WIRE SERVICE - Photo: White House/Consolidated News Photos/White House via CNP
RMG9JXTE–Cricket - Benson and Hedges Cup - Surrey v Essex. Surrey's Graham Clinton (r) hits another four on his way to a score of 79
RM2BDXR08–Dewitt Clinton, American Politician and Naturalist
RMMM1EEX–Map of Clinton. 1870
RMK329F7–Candid portrait of Johns Hopkins professor of psychology Clinton DeSoto reading notes in an office, 1973.
RMER7J6M–View of Clinton Connecticut
RM2J11AG6–Portrait of the American politician, DeWitt Clinton (1769-1828) by john Wesley Jarvis, oil on canvas, c. 1816
RMCWB1YP–Bill Clinton (center), taking the oath of office of President of the United States, daughter Chelsea Clinton stands at front
RMHHECB5–Edward Fiennes Clinton (1512— 1585) 1st Earl of Lincoln; English statesman
RMG5GE8N–John Wesley Jarvis - Portrait of DeWitt Clinton (ca. 1816)
RMEJWHAX–US President Bill Clinton addresses Global Warming at a conference at Georgetown University October 6, 1997 in Washington, DC.
RMP74G40–Clinton Joseph Davisson (1881–1958), was an American physicist who won the 1937 Nobel Prize in Physics (which he shared with George Paget Thomson) for his discovery of electron diffraction in the Davisson-Germer experiment. (Photo: November 1937)
RF2HEKE5T–Lion & dragon West Clandon, Surrey. Hastings shield arms. Aston Clinton 1796
RMBR73B3–Police officers mingle with crowd at entrance to Next shop after Clinton McCurbin died while being arrested by the police
RMDT0BKN–George Clinton, 1739 – 1812. American soldier and statesman, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States
RMFA25K7–George Clinton, American soldier and statesman, considered one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and fourth Vice President of the United States from 1805 to 1812
RMAXJ2KB–Henry Clinton British commander in chief during the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2EKJ9M4–U.S. First Lady Hillary Clinton during her Presentation at Congressional Hearing on Healthcare Reform, Washington, D.C., USA, Maureen Keating, September 1993
RMTTG69X–Pelham-Clinton, 4th Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyne, Henry Pelham Fiennes, mezzotint by Charles gymnast based on a painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMG88JA0–Boxing - Welterweight - Clinton McKenzie v Guillermo (Memo) Arreola - Wembley. Clinton McKenzie (l) of Great Britain and Guillermo (Memo) Arreola (r) of the USA
RM2BDXR07–Dewitt Clinton, American Politician and Naturalist
RMMM1EEY–Map of Clinton. 1870
RMBDCHHH–GEORGE CLINTON - US singer about 1994
RMK329GR–Portrait of Johns Hopkins University professor of psychology Clinton DeSoto standing in his office holding a stack of papers, 1973.
RMDPA49P–DE WITT CLINTON
RM2KYWP4C–The American politician and naturalist, DeWitt Clinton (1769-1828) by Rembrandt Peale (1778-1860), oil on canvas, c. 1823
RMF2AXJP–President Bill Clinton with Socks the Cat perched on his shoulder. March 7, 1995. (BSLOC 2015 2 203)
RMEX6H3K–Everett Koop and Hillary Clinton promoting universal health insurance 1993
RME5MFWH–THE HUNTING OF THE PRESIDENT, Bill Clinton, 2004, (c) Regent Releasing/courtesy Everett Collection
RMBNMH4D–William J. Clinton Presidential Center & Park Library Exterior Little Rock Arkansas USA landscape architecture autumn park
RMHEDCHN–USN Rainbow Sideboys sailors salute former U.S. Presidents George H.W. Bush (left) and Bill Clinton as they arrive aboard the USN Whidbey Island-class amphibious dock landing ship USS Fort McHenry February 20, 2005 in the Indian Ocean.
RMBR73BM–Police officers guard entrance to Next shop after Clinton McCurbin died while being arrested by the police in Wolverhampton
RMG1DRGB–Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham-Clinton, 5th Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyne, 1811 – 1864, styled Earl of Lincoln before 1851. British politician.
RMKM4ADX–DeWitt Clinton, American politician
RM2A5YX57–US president Bill Clinton, taking the oath of office, 1993
RM2EKJ9T7–U.S. First Lady Hillary Clinton during her Presentation at Congressional Hearing on Healthcare Reform, Washington, D.C., USA, Maureen Keating, September 1993
RFJ7ACF6–Women cleaning one of the giant H class locomotives, Clinton, Iowa.
RMGCWGEC–Clinton McKenzie, right, in action against Steve Early.
RMHRKJPD–DeWitt Clinton Locomotive & Cars
RMMM00JA–Map of Clinton. 1857
RM2BWTJX1–CLINTON DAVISSON (1881-1958) American physicist
RMD5YG97–Henry Clinton (1730-1795). British military and politician. Engraving in American Revolution.
RMFDCJKG–Bill Clinton. Official White House portrait of President Bill Clinton, 4th January 1993
RMF2AXKF–President Bill Clinton, January 1993. Official White House portrait by Bob McNeely. (BSLOC 2015 2 186)
RMMR4RBB–Masonic Temple Clinton Avenue North, Rochester, New York, USA. Postcard circa 1920
RMHT23AJ–'Lady Catherine Pelham Clinton feeding her chickens', 1781 (1931). Artist: Sir Joshua Reynolds.
RMBNMH4G–William J. Clinton Presidential Center & Park Library Exterior Little Rock Arkansas USA landscape architecture autumn park
RMDYAHEY–Former US President Bill Clinton addresses the brigade of Midshipmen during a Forrestal Lecture series in Alumni Hall at the U.S. Naval Academy April 8, 2014 in Annapolis, Maryland. Clinton discussed the principles of leadership and the challenges military leaders face in the 21st century.
RM2HPMT48–Vintage 1800s prohibition medal 'PROHIBITION VICTORY' with Gen. Clinton B Fisk and John A Brooks of the temperance party shown as engravings on medal, political temperance The temperance movement is a social movement against the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Participants in the movement typically criticize alcohol intoxication or promote complete abstinence from alcohol (teetotalism), and its leaders emphasize alcohol's negative effects on people's health, personalities and family lives
RMDAKECN–Anti-Hilary Rodham Clinton sentiments are spray painted on an ancient cement truck in a southern Utah quarry.
RM2DJFD07–DeWitt Clinton, 1769 – 1828. American politician and naturalist. He served on the United States senate, as Mayor of New York and as sixth Governor of New York. After an engraving by Asher Brown Durand from a work by Charles Cromwell Ingham.
RMMYCMW5–U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with F.W. de Klerk, former President of the Republic of South Africa, at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 6, 2012
RMR2426R–Engraving of Henry Pelham-Clinton, Duke of Newcastle (1811-1864) a British politician. Dated 1860
RM2EKJ9XN–U.S. First Lady Hillary Clinton during her Presentation at Congressional Hearing on Healthcare Reform, Washington, D.C., USA, Maureen Keating, September 1993
RMKHR8P6–Edward Clinton, 1st Earl of Lincoln, Lord High Admiral, ambassador, courtier, 1512-1584. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Francis Bartolozzi after Hans Holbein from Facsimiles of Original Drawings by Hans Holbein, Hamilton, Adams, London, 1884.
RMGCWGEG–Steve Early, right, in action against Clinton McKenzie.
RM2J7YX2W–President Bill Clinton, 1993
RMMM2XTP–High Bridge. Clinton. 1930
RMEWJY8R–GEORGE CLINTON US singer in 1998
RMD709T3–Henry Clinton (1730-1795). British military and politician. Engraving in American Revolution. Colored.
RMER6RDR–Clinton Hall's Strategists
RMDT37GK–Aston Clinton Victorian period
RMF2AXK8–President Bill Clinton plays the saxophone presented to him by Russian President Boris Yeltsin. Yeltsin hosted a private dinner
RMEC80M3–Photograph of Sir Clinton Edward Dawkins (1859-1905) a British businessman and civil servant. Dated 1901
RM2J3JY3X–The Old Mill, Clinton, New Jersey
RMBNMH4J–William J. Clinton Presidential Center & Park Library Exterior Little Rock Arkansas USA landscape architecture autumn park
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