Henry Clay, Sr. (April 12, 1777 – June 29, 1852) was an American lawyer, politician, and skilled orator who represented Kentucky in both the United States Senate and House of Representatives. He served three non-consecutive terms as Speaker of the House of Representatives and was also Secretary of State from 1825 to 1829. He lost his campaigns for president in 1824, 1832 and 1844.

Henry Clay

Henry Clay, Sr. (April 12, 1777 – June 29, 1852) was an American lawyer, politician, and skilled orator…

(1722-1770) Member of the House of Commons and First Lord of the Treasury

George Greenville

(1722-1770) Member of the House of Commons and First Lord of the Treasury

(1807-1886) Diplomat and member of the House of Representatives. He was able to lobby to keep Britain neutral during the civil war.

Charles Francis Adams

(1807-1886) Diplomat and member of the House of Representatives. He was able to lobby to keep Britain…

(1830-1893) US representative, Speaker of the House of Representatives, senator from Maine, and secretary of state.

James G. Blaine

(1830-1893) US representative, Speaker of the House of Representatives, senator from Maine, and secretary…

(1833-1912) Elected to the Canadian House of Commons

Hon. Edward Blake

(1833-1912) Elected to the Canadian House of Commons

(1787-1859) Railroad promoter who gave generously to the House of Refuge and the Peabody Institute of Baltimore

George Brown

(1787-1859) Railroad promoter who gave generously to the House of Refuge and the Peabody Institute of…

(1835-1910) US representative, Speaker of the House of Representatives, senator Kentucky, and cabinet officer

John G. Carlisle

(1835-1910) US representative, Speaker of the House of Representatives, senator Kentucky, and cabinet…

(1827-1904) British statesman that became leader of the House of Commons.

Sir William Harcourt

(1827-1904) British statesman that became leader of the House of Commons.

(1836-1903) Elected to the Canadian House of Commons and in 1903 he was appointed one of the Alaskan boundary Commissioners.

Sir Louis A. Jette

(1836-1903) Elected to the Canadian House of Commons and in 1903 he was appointed one of the Alaskan…

Marcella Sembrich (February 15, 1858 – January 11, 1935 was the stage name of the Polish coloratura soprano, Prakseda Marcelina Kochańska. She had an important international singing career, chiefly at the New York Metropolitan Opera and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London.

Marcella Sembrich

Marcella Sembrich (February 15, 1858 – January 11, 1935 was the stage name of the Polish coloratura…

Charles VIII, called the Affable, (1470 – 1498), was a monarch of the House of Valois who ruled as King of France, from 1483 to his death in 1498.

Charles VIII of France

Charles VIII, called the Affable, (1470 – 1498), was a monarch of the House of Valois who ruled as…

(1736-1802) Soldier in Revolutionary war. Later served in the House of representatives.

Daniel Morgan

(1736-1802) Soldier in Revolutionary war. Later served in the House of representatives.

House of Lords

Lord Henry Brougham

House of Lords

House of Lords

Lord Henry Brougham

House of Lords

Member of the House of Lords

Lord John Russell

Member of the House of Lords

English farm house

English Farm house

English farm house

Parliament House

Parliament House

Parliament House

When alarmed, the hermit crab withdraws itself wholly into its portable house, closing the mouth of the shell with one of its claws, (Hooker, 1882).

Hermit Crab

When alarmed, the hermit crab withdraws itself wholly into its portable house, closing the mouth of…

The House Sparrow is lively, pert, and cunning, the true gamin of the winged race,(Figuier, 1869).

House Sparrow

The House Sparrow is lively, pert, and cunning, the true gamin of the winged race,(Figuier, 1869).

The House Sparrow is lively, pert, and cunning, the true gamin of the winged race,(Figuier, 1869).

House Sparrow

The House Sparrow is lively, pert, and cunning, the true gamin of the winged race,(Figuier, 1869).

Venice: House of Gold

Venice: House of Gold

Venice: House of Gold

White House in Washington, D.C., early 1900s view

White House

White House in Washington, D.C., early 1900s view

The fly has one pair of wings and sucking mouth parts.

Fly

The fly has one pair of wings and sucking mouth parts.

"When alarmed, the hermit crab withdraws itself wholly into its portable house, closing the mouth of the shell with one of its claws, "(Hooker, 1882).

Hermit Crab

"When alarmed, the hermit crab withdraws itself wholly into its portable house, closing the mouth of…

Man crying coming from King's house.

Man crying

Man crying coming from King's house.

Four men with one on horse gonig toward the King's house

Four Men

Four men with one on horse gonig toward the King's house

Bear and fox walk toward store-house

Bear and Fox

Bear and fox walk toward store-house

Parliament House at Ottawa, Canada, 1901.

Parliament House

Parliament House at Ottawa, Canada, 1901.

School house.

Pictorial banner

School house.

House front

House

House front

House front

House

House front

A farm house without landscaping.

Farm house

A farm house without landscaping.

A farm house with landscaping.

Farm house

A farm house with landscaping.

A school house without landscaping.

School house

A school house without landscaping.

A school house with landscaping.

School house

A school house with landscaping.

Machine planter about 1900.

Machine Planter

Machine planter about 1900.

Corn planter about 1900.

Corn Planter

Corn planter about 1900.

Field corn planter about 1900.

Field CornPlanter

Field corn planter about 1900.

Field corn planter about 1900.

Field corn planter

Field corn planter about 1900.

Fertilizer distributor about 1900.

Fertilizer Distributor

Fertilizer distributor about 1900.

Grain drill about 1900.

Grain Drill

Grain drill about 1900.

A typical single-wheel hoe and cultivator, 1919.

Hoe and Cultivator

A typical single-wheel hoe and cultivator, 1919.

A typical double-wheel hoe and cultivator for straddling the rows, 1919.

Hoe and Cultivator

A typical double-wheel hoe and cultivator for straddling the rows, 1919.

A simple hotbed.

Hotbed

A simple hotbed.

Cloverleaf spreader

Cloverleaf spreader

Cloverleaf spreader

Disk harrow.

Disk Harrow

Disk harrow.

Spring tooth harrow.

Spring Tooth Harrow

Spring tooth harrow.

Single disk drill.

Single Disk Drill

Single disk drill.

Husker and shredder.

Husker and Shredder

Husker and shredder.

Thresher with feedre, wind stacker, and elevator with wagon spout.

Thresher

Thresher with feedre, wind stacker, and elevator with wagon spout.

Cream separator.

Cream separator

Cream separator.

Corn binder.

Corn Binder

Corn binder.

Corn sheller.

Corn Sheller

Corn sheller.

Tedder.

Tedder

Tedder.

Hay loader.

Hay loader

Hay loader.

Pitch fork.

Pitch fork

Pitch fork.

Trowel.

Trowel

Trowel.

Watering can.

Watering can

Watering can.

Farmer plowing with two horses.

Plowing

Farmer plowing with two horses.

Donkey in a stable.

Donkey

Donkey in a stable.