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The Holy Family at the Fountain

Flammans of St. Martin.

Russia, 960-1694 [part 1].

George Washington- The Munro-Lenox Portrait

Head of a winged figure wearing a diadem.

Façade n. Bas-relief 46.

Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

Sunset from the Battery (or Moonlight), New York, N. Y.

Public Library, Front View, Boston, Mass.

Fishing Schooners at T Wharf, Boston, Mass.

Nasby Building, Toledo, Ohio

[Title page.]

An Albanian woman wearing her native costume

Danish man.

Curtiss JN - a training plane.

The wreck of the Titanic : descriptive piece

Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Destitute pea pickers in California. Mother of seven children. Age thirty-two. Nipomo, California

Receiving a rehabilitation check. Dona Ana Co., N.M.

Sphinx at Gizeh

Junction of Canal & Walker Sts. Near Centre St.

Germany. Saxony. Knights

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Bético.

Ordenes militares: [1] Orden militar de N. S-ra de la Merced. -- [2] Id. del Paloma. -- [3] Id. de Montesa. - [4] Id. de la Banda. -- [5] Id. de la Azucena. -- [6] Id. de la Escama. -- [7] Id. del Toison de Oro.

Anubdator. ([Año] 740).

Balear.

Explicit.

Muhammad, followed by Abû Bakr and 'Alî, goes to ask support of his uncle 'Abbâs at the 'Ukâz Fair and to invite the people to Islam.

'Abd-Allâh talks with a group of his kinsmen about the new religion.

Bilâl al-Habashî, an Ethiopian negro, tells 'Umar ibn al-Khattâb that he wants to go to Damascus.

'Abd-Allâh ibn Ybayy climbs a date palm and announces that Muhammad is approaching Qubâ', a suburb of Medina.

Muhammad and Abû Bakr on their camels, a servant holding the reins, ask for a night's lodging from an old Bedouin woman, Umm Ma'badah.

Abû Hishâm and his friends discuss Muhammad and his new religion with the people of Quraysh.

A Persian king who is a Zoroastrian and his young son, Salmân al-Fârisî, enter a fire temple administered by three priest, and learn that the sacred flame has been waning.

'Ayyâsh and Hishâm freed by al-Walîd ibn al-Mughayrah who unlocks their manacled hands, a large candle lighting the scene.

Salmân presents a tablet written in Syriac to Muhammad, that indicates that Muhammad is the last prophet.

Salmân and his religious instructor have read a holy book predicting the coming of the Prophet and discuss this matter.

Muhammad at al-Masjid al-Aqsâ leads the earlier prophets and angels in prayer.

Seventy-two converts to Islam from Medina come out to greet Muhammad.

Mutî', who has been restored to life by the Prophet, stands in front of him, his idol lying at his feet, and he converts to Islam.

Muhammad sits before a mihrab discussing Islamic religious precepts with a Christian monk in the presence of nine of the Companions.

Three Christian monks attend a Muslim religious meeting.

Umm Hakîm, in white robes and a black net face veil, seated before the Prophet, tells Muhammad that Abû Bakr would like to give his daughter 'Â'ishah in marriage to him.