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Hihn, Frederick A. Portrait, ca. 1890

Hihn, Frederick A. with the Society of California Pioneers Sash, n.d.

Hilgard, Georg Friedrich, Grandfather of Henry Villard, n.d.

Hilgard, Gustav Leonhard, Father of Henry Villard, n.d.

Hill, James J., 1911

Hills Bros Coffee Can

Hilo street scene, branch office of H. Hackfeld & Co. on the right

Hirsch, Barbara Honeyman and Harold S. Hirsch

Hirsch, Barbara Honeyman, Harold S. Hirsch, Helen McAlpin, and Malcolm McAlpin, August 1937

Hirsch, Harold S. being interviewed during filming of “Success Story”

Hirsch, Max S., 1954

Historic marker for the Long Pond Ironworks Site in New Jersey

Hochberg with her Sons

Hochberg’s yellow Formica kitchen table

Hohner billboard in New York City, 1924

Hohner factory in Trossingen, ca. 1924-25

Hohner office in New York in the 1920s

Holländischer Brook, Hamburg, Germany, ca. 1900

Hollerith, Herman as a young boy, c. 1870

Hollerith, Herman as a young man, c. 1880s-1890s

Hollerith, Herman portrait, c. 1890s-1910s

Hollerith, Herman portrait, c. 1910s-1920s

Hollerith, Herman, holding his grandson, Herman Hollerith, III, 1924

Hollywood notables gather at Columbia Stage 12 to bid farewell to Harry Cohn, 1958.

Holt, Evelyn, Movie Card

Home of Morris and Nettie Lasker in Galveston, Texas

Home of the Weltzien family in the Berlin neighborhood of Zehlendorf

Home of Wilhelm Böing, Sr., on Woodward Avenue in Detroit, 1881

Homoeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania building, 1105 Filbert Street, Philadelphia