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Man plowing field with two oxen, four small buildings in the background
Teasel field.
People walking and carrying baskets or sacks. Family group resting in a field.
[Partridges in a field.]
MUNICIPAL DINNER TO CYRUS W. FIELD,ESQ. [held by] METROPOLITAN HOTEL [at] "[NEW YORK, NY]" (HOTEL)
Field relief corps of the U.S. Sanitary Commission. Supply wagon and tent of a corps relief agent. Lewis H. Steiner, Chief inspector.
The family of Mr. Leroy Dunn, chopping cotton in a rented field near White Plains, Greene County, Georgia, June 1941.
Polo Grounds, 1906, "World's Championship Series, Second game of series, played at the Polo Grounds, New York City, Athletics in the field, Bender pitching
"Wild or Field flowers" girls 199
A religious meeting on the field; American, British, French, Belgian and Portuguese troops are represented in this gathering of defenders of Liberty listening  to a sermon on the western front.
Migratory laborers cutting celery, Belle Glade, Florida, January 1941.
Military uniforms: Austria, Field kitchen?
Baseball players - Charley Jones, Boston Red Caps, left field
Baseball players - Charley Jones, Boston Red Caps, left field
Study for painting of Jackson borne from the field
Baseball players - George Hall, Boston Red Stockings, 1874, right field
Baseball players - John F. McMullen [sic], Philadelphia Athletics, 1874. Center field
Baseball players - Andy Leonard, Boston Red Stockings, 1874 left field
Dugouts in the hills showing camouflage and barbed wire; dugout and camouflaged field kitchen showing French soldier's grave.
E.M. Barton : Field agent U.S.S.C. : Fifth Army Corps A[rmy] of P[otomac] : July 1863 to May 1865
Baseball players - Fraley Rogers, Boston Red Stockings, 1872 Right field
Field Artillery. Cigarette Card
William Hogarth - Scene in a Hay Field at Rickmersworth
Field, Stephen - Samuel J. Tilden papers
Field, Kate - Samuel J. Tilden papers
Field, David Dudley - Samuel J. Tilden papers
Sugar beet field showing tractor with plowshare attached and Mexican operator. California.
Superb calla lillies growing in field, Cal., U.S.A.
Superb calla lillies growing in field, Cal., U.S.A.
The present home of the Howard family. This family was photographed in April 1935. At that time they were on their way from Okla. to Calif. Camped in an open field. Mother pregnant with five starving children. Raw green onions were all that they had to eat. They were again photographed during the potato harvest. The baby was born then, and they had food. Now there is some prospect of a fairly decent home. A pile of odds and ends of lumber will eventually be a house. A truck garden is planted.
Young family, penniless, hitchhiking on U.S. Highway 99, California. The father, twenty-four, and the mother, seventeen, came from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, early in 1935. Their baby was born in the Imperial Valley, California, where they were working as field laborers.
Typical East El Centro home, (Mexican field laborer) El Centro, Imperial Valley, Calif. 1936.
FIELD DAY IN ATLANTIC CITY [held by] KNIGHTS TEMPLAR [at] "THE ISLESWORTH, ATLANTIC CITY, NJ" (HOTEL)
The vineyards and prune orchards of the Napa Valley, Cal.
Use of machinery in cotton production is increasing. Tractors move from one field to another on the Aldridge Plantation. Near Leland, Miss. June 1937.
Letter to Robert Field Stockton and others, Princeton, N. J.
Southeastern view of Salina village ; Internal view of a salt manufactory, Salina ; View of a field of salt-vats, Salina.
258TH FALL FIELD DAY [held by] ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY OF MASSACHUSETTS [at] "EXCHANGE AND BALLARD HOTEL, RICHMOND, VA" (HOTEL;)
Military uniforms: Austria, Field artillery
Field, Cyrus W. New York. To T. Bailey Myers
Field, Cyrus W. - Samuel J. Tilden papers
Woman in field carrying grain on head
Braddock's Battle Field.
260TH FALL FIELD DAY [held by] ANCIENT & HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY OF MASSACHUSETTS [at] "HOTEL IROQUOIS, BUFFALO, NY" (HOT;)
261ST FALL FIELD DAY [held by] ANCIENT & HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY OF MASSACHUSETTS [at] "CHATEAU FRONTENAC, QUEBEC, CANADA" (HOT;)
Military uniforms: Field Artillerymen, cir. 1908
FAREWELL DINNER TO CAPTAIN G.J. JOHNSTON [held by] VICTORIAN FIELD ARTILLERY [at] "GRAND HOTEL, MELBOURNE, (AUSTRALIA?)" (FOR;)
262ND ANNUAL FALL FIELD DAY [held by] ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY OF MASSACHUSETTS [at] "THE CONTINENTAL, PHILADELPHIA, PA" (HOTEL;)
A field of battle (continued.) (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
A field of battle. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
ANNUAL INITIATION  & BANQUET [held by] PHI DELTA PHI - FIELD CHAPTER -NY UNIVERSITY [at] ST. DENIS HOTEL NY (HOTEL;)
Kefr et Tur, the village on the summit of Olivet, from the so-called "Crusaders' Field," where an ox and an ass yoked together are dragging a primitive plough
Suffolk County, V. 2, Double Page Plate No. 5 [Map bounded by Coram, Coram Hill, West Yaphank, Plain Field, Medford, Holts Ville, Holbrook, Ronkonkoma, Lake Ronkonkoma, Lake Grove]
Atlas of Suffolk County, Long Island, New York. Sound Shore. Based upon maps on file at the county seat in riverhead and upon Private plans and surveys furnished by surveyors and individual owners supplemented by careful measurements & field observations by our own corps of engineers completed in Two Volumes. Volume One: South Side Ogean Shore. Volume Two: North Side Sound Shore. Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 5 Beekman St. Manhattan, 97 Liberty St. Brooklyn.1909. Volume Two.
Field in foreground, houses and trees in background
[Woman walking up hill towards cottage in clump of trees, cows in field in left background.]
Field Marshal Earl Harcourt when Lieut. Colonel of the 16th Light Dragoons taking prisoner General Lee, the Commander of the American Army.
In the Shepherds' Field, Bethlehem.  A shepherd watching a flock of the long-eared and long-tailed sheep common in Palestine
View of the Shepherds' Field, from Bethlehem.  Looking towards the east, the mountains of Moab in the distance
Braddock's battle field.
Braddock's Battle Field
Cultivating a field of beets in Colorado.
DINNER TO FIELD DELEGATES GIVEN BY THE METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. [held by] METROPOLITAN FIELD DAY [at] "SHERRY'S, NEW YORK, NY" (REST;)
[View of a field.] Connecticut. NYP Sterescope Card Collection.
Milkweed Flower, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois
Maps or plans and profiles, with field notes and explanatory remarks, showing the location, width, grades, and class of streets, roads, avenues, public squares and places, located and laid out by the Commissioner of Street Improvements of the 23rd and 24th wards of the city of New York : under authority of Chapter 545 of the laws of 1890.
Atlas of the borough of the Bronx, city of New York : based upon official plans and maps on file in the various city offices; supplemented by careful field measurements and personal observations, by and under the supervision of Hugo Ullitz.
David Stedley [?] Field
Cyrus W. Field
Pineapple and bananas. [View of field.]
Rice field. Collection of Georgia Sterescope Cards
Rice field, Savannah, Ga. Collection of Georgia Sterescope Cards
Rice field and dyke. Collection of Georgia Sterescope Cards
Rice field. Collection of Georgia Sterescope Cards
[View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.]
[View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.]
View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.
Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn, city of New York. The first Twenty Eight Wards complete in Four Volumes. Three additional volumes for the Four new wards will complete the entire borough. Volume One Embraces Sections 1, 2, 3 & 4. Volume Two, Embraces Sections 5,6&7. Volume Four Embraces Sections 12, 13 & 14. Newly constructed and based upon official maps and plans on file in the municipal building and registers office (Hall of Records) supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C.E. Published by E. Belcher Hyde. 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 1903. Volume One. [Title Page]
Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn, city of New York. The First Twentyeight Wards complete in Four Volumes. Four additional Volumes for the Four new Wards will complete the entire Borough. Volume One, Embraces Sections 1, 2, 3 & 4. Volume Two, Embraces Sections 5, 6 & 7. Volume Three, Embraces Sections 8, 9, 10 & 11. Volume Four, Embraces Sections 12, 13 & 14.Newly constructed and based upon official maps and plans on file in the municipal building and registers office (Hall of records) Supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C. E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 1904, Volume Three. [Title Page.]
Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn City of New York. The First Twentyeight Wards complete in Four Volumes. Three additional volumes for the Four new Wards will complete the entire borough. Volume One, Embraces Sections 1, 2, 3 & 4. Volume Two, Embraces Sections 5, 6 & 7. Volume Three, Embraces Sections 8, 9, 10 & 11. Volume Four, Embraces Sections 12, 13 & 14. Newly constructed and based upon official Maps and Plans on file in the Municipal Building and Registers Office (Hall of Records). Supplemented by Careful Field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C.E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 1904. Volume Two. Engraved by, Rudolph Spiel, 30N Fifth St., Philadelphia. [Title Page]
Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn City of New York. The First Twentyeight Wards complete in Four Volumes. Four additional Volumes for the Four new Wards will complete the entire Borough. Volume One, Embraces Sections 1, 2, 3 & 4. Volume Two, Embraces Sections 5, 6 & 7. Volume Three, Embraces Sections 8, 9, 10 & 11. Volume Four, Embraces Sections 12, 13 & 14.Newly constructed and based upon official maps and plans on file in the municipal building and registers office (Hall of records) Supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C. E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 1905, Volume Four. [Title Page.]
Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn City of New York. The First Twentyeight Wards complete in Four Volumes. Four additional Volumes for the Four new Wards will complete the entire Borough. Volume Five, Embraces Sections 15 & 16. Volume Six, Embraces Sections 17, 18 & 19. Volume Seven, Embraces Sections 20, 21 & 22. Volume Eight, Embraces Sections 23, 24 & 25. Newly constructed and based upon official maps and plans on file in the municipal building and registers office (Hall of records) Supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C. E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 1905, Volume Six. [Title Page.]
Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn City of New York. The First Twentyeight Wards complete in Four Volumes. Four additional Volumes for the Four new Wards will complete the entire Borough. Volume Five, Embraces Sections 15 & 16. Volume Six, Embraces Sections 17, 18 & 19. Volume Seven, Embraces Sections 20, 21 & 22. Volume Eight, Embraces Sections 23, 24 & 25. Newly constructed and based upon official maps and plans on file in the municipal building and registers office (Hall of records) Supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C. E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 1907, Volume Seven. [Title Page.]
Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn City of New York. Complete in Three Volumes. Volume One containing the first 28 Wards. Volume Two, Flatbush and New Utrecht, (29th & 30th Wards.) Volume Three, Gravesend and Flatlands, (31st & 32nd Wards.) Based upon official maps and plans on file in the various city offices. Supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C. E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 5 Beekman St., Manhattan, 1916, Volume One. [Title Page.]
Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn City of New York. The First Twentyeight Wards complete in Three Volumes. Volume One, Containing the first 28 wards. Volume Two, Flatbush and New Utrecht, (29th & 30th Wards.) Volume Three, Gravesend and Flatlands, (31st & 32nd Wards). Based upon official maps and plans on file in the various city offices. Supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C. E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 5 Beekman St., Manhattan, 1917, Volume Two. [Title Page.]
268 FALL FIELD DAY [held by] ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY OF MASSACHUSETTS [at] "HOTEL TEN EYCK, ALBANY, NEW YORK" (HOTEL;)
[Man pointing over field surrounded by split rail fence that another man is plowing near Elgin.]
Field, Leiter & Co. (later Marshall Field) building.
[Field & Leiter (later Marshall Field) building.]
Field, Leiter & Co. (later Marshall Field) building.
[Interior of Marshall Field's store showing decorative items for sale.]
Field, Leiter & Co. (later Marshall Field) [building].
Loading rye in the field, Illinois, U.S.A.
Oat field, showing the prarie, Illinois, U.S.A.
Chicago fire views: Field, Leiter & Co.'s store.
Great Fire of 1871. Field & Leiter's store. Sterescope Card of Chicago.
An Eastern Turn out, Field's Columbian Museum, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
Skeleton of Caribou deer and hippopotamus. Field's Columbian Museum, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
FALL FIELD DAY [held by] ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY [at] "ATLANTIC CITY, NJ"
[Plate 44: Bounded by W. 158th Street, Edgecomb Avenue, W. 155th Street (Manhattan Field), Harlem River, W. 147th Street, and Amsterdam Avenue.]
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