The American Age: United States Foreign Policy at Home and Abroad

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P. 13: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; p. 20: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; p. 22: New-York Historical Society, New York; p. 31: Department of State; p. 44: American Philosophical Society; p. 49: Warder Collection; p. 55: Historical Pictures Service: p. 59: Metropolitan Museum of Art; p. 60: Courtesy Department of Library Services, American Museum of Natural History; p. 64: Library of Congress; p. 72: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of I.N. Phelps Stokes, Edward S. Hawes, Alice Mary Hawes, Marion Augusta Hawes, 1937 (37.14.34); p. 77: National Archives; p. 83: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; p. 102: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; p. 103: Library of Congress; p. 115: National Archives; p. 128: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of I.N. Phelps Stokes, Edward S. Hawes, Alice Mary Hawes, Marion Augusta Hawes, 1937 (37.14.2); p. 128: Metropolitan Museum of Art; p. 130: National Archives; p. 131: National Archives; p. 139: UPI-Bettmann; p. 151: Public Opinion, January 17, 1901; p. 156: Granger Collection; p. 160: State Historical Society of North Dakota; p. 161: State Historical Society of North Dakota; p. 164: Library of Congress; p. 169: Public Archives of Hawaii; p. 176: Warder Collection; p. 183: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; p. 186: Brown Brothers; p. 187: New-York Historical Society, New York; p. 193: Charles Musser, The Emergence of Cinema: The American Screen to 1907 (New York: Scribner's, 1990); p. 199: Literary Digest, January 26, 1901; p. 201: Smithsonian Institution; p. 203: Library of Congress; p. 207: Library of Congress; p. 220: Library of Congress; p. 228: Library of Congress; p. 231: Public Opinion, September 1, 1904; p. 241: Library of Congress; p. 245: Library of Congress; p. 255: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; p. 258: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; p. 260: Library of Congress; p. 263: Library of Congress; p. 271: The New York Times; p. 280: UPI-Bettmann; p. 288: National Archives; p. 297: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; p. 305: Daily Herald; p. 308: Warder Collection; p. 311: Library of Congress; p. 317: Department of State; p. 318: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; p. 321: Wide World Photos; p. 337: Historical Pictures Service; p. 338: Cesare, Outlook; p. 343: National Archives; p. 352: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; p. 354: National Portrait Gallery. Smithsonian Institution; p. 361: UPI‐ Bettmann; p. 365: C. D. Batchelor, © 1936 New York News Inc., reprinted with permission; p. 381: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; p. 383: National Archives; p. 384: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; p. 394: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; p. 404: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; p. 407: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; p. 417: Franklin D. Roo

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