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Showing 7,611 results for E. M. Stratton
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1890s
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
Francis Hendricks
1850s–1910s
Keystone View Company
1850s–1910s
Brown and Turner families
begun 1846
E. M. Stratton
1859–68
John F. Stratton
ca. 1880
Walker Evans
1920s–70s
E. M. Stratton
1858
E. M. Stratton
1859–60
E. M. Stratton
1866–67
E. M. Stratton
1860–61
E. M. Stratton
1861–62
E. M. Stratton
1858–60
E. M. Stratton
1870
M. Leon
1850s–1910s
E. P. Libby
1850s–1910s
ca. 1336–1327 B.C.
Donatello
1432
ca. 1336–1327 B.C.
ca. 1336–1327 B.C.
ca. 1336–1327 B.C.
W. M.
ca. 1800
ca. 2051–2030 B.C.
Francesco Salviati (Francesco de' Rossi)
ca. 1545
P.M.
ca. 1567
John F. Stratton
mid-19th century
Marblehead Pottery
ca. 1908–20
Charles M. Harder
ca. 1930
German
1760–90
1813
James Morisset
hallmarked for 1797–98
Edouard Baldus
1870s
Carlo Crivelli
ca. 1480
Norman de Garis Davies
1908–1914; original ca. 1410–1370 B.C.
Horace E. Potter
ca. 1907
Arthur E. Baggs
ca. 1920–24
Arthur E. Baggs
1907
Arthur E. Baggs
ca. 1907–8