Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Canadian, Oh Canada! and Canada Titles


Description of Illustration: titles, three versions: Canadian, Oh Canada! and Canada, all have red maple leaves on white backgrounds


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Bannières françaises patriotiques

Description of Illustration: 3 versions, French flag, banners come in red, white and blue variations, Patriotic French Banners

3 versions, drapeau français, les bannières viennent en rouge, blanc et bleu, bannières français patriotiques




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Vous avez une question sur l'illustration? Il suffit de le taper dans la boîte de commentaires et je vous rappellerai dès que possible. Je ne publie que du contenu qui est étroitement lié au sujet, les gens.

American Patriotic Clip Art Index

Clip art samples from my American Patriot Index.
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  1. For a Glorious Fourth Banner
  2. A Patriotic Flag Banner
  3. "Let Freedom Ring"
  4. Patriotic Bugle Banner
  5. Two American Eagles
  6. The drums of war...
  7. Vintage Uncle Sam Clipart
  8. Fireworks
  9. Election News Graphic Stars
  10. Safe and Sane Political Candidate?
  11. Pray For Peace
  12. American Flag and The Liberty Bell Graphics
  13. Bald Eagle with Scripture
  14. Died For Us
  15. Stuffed Star Banners (three versions)  
  16. Character Counts! 
  17. July 4th 1776 Postcard, (three versions)
United States Presidents:
  1. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson
  2. Illustration and Quote: Lincoln Memorial
  3. Pictures of Grover Cleveland
Page last updated May 17, 2017 

Pictures of President Grover Cleveland

Portrait of President Cleveland, 22 president
of The United States.
Description of Illustration: portrait of Cleveland in greyscale and a drawing of his marriage to Frances Folsom in the white house in greyscale

Stephen Grover Cleveland (March 18, 1837 – June 24, 1908) was an American politician and lawyer who was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States. He won the popular vote for three presidential elections – in 1884, 1888, and 1892 – and was one of two Democrats (with Woodrow Wilson) to be elected president during the era of Republican political domination dating from 1861 to 1933. He was also the first and to date only President in American history to serve two non-consecutive terms in office. Read more...
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On June 2, 1886, Cleveland married Frances Folsom in the Blue Room at the White House.

Portrait of Thomas Jefferson


President Thomas Jefferson 1801-1809
Description of Illustration: text, "Thomas Jefferson" medallion shaped portrait, black and white, powdered wig, ruffled collar

Thomas Jefferson (April 13 [O.S. April 2] 1743 – July 4, 1826) was an American Founding Father who was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence and later served as the third President of the United States from 1801 to 1809. Previously, he was elected the second Vice President of the United States, serving under John Adams from 1797 to 1801. A proponent of democracy, republicanism, and individual rights motivating American colonists to break from Great Britain and form a new nation, he produced formative documents and decisions at both the state and national level. He was a land owner and farmer. Read more...
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July 4th 1776 Postcard, three versions

postcard, July 4th 1776, full color
Description of Illustration: text, "July 4th 1776" cannon, eagle, statue of liberty, three versions

postcard, July 4th 1776, red monochromatic
postcard, July 4th 1776, blue monochromatic
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Character Counts!

David Rice
Description of Illustration: text, "Character Counts!", from my dad's old army days, transparent background
My dad, second man on the left, bottom row. Waiting with his army band, having coffee.
He played the clarinet, then gave it to a young boy in his home town who couldn't
afford one after he served his term as an officer in the army.


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  The Andrew Sisters sing "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"
Before Dad's time but was still a popular tune even
in his day.

Stuffed Star Banner, three versions

red, white and blue
 Description of Illustration: stuffed, American flag stars, 3 versions: full color, blue and red only, white backgrounds, You may superimpose a text on these banners for advertising an event only, do not add quotes and redistribute them from web collections or web pages, folks.


blue monochromatic

red monochromatic
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For a Glorious Fourth Banner

Description of Illustration: black and white, patriot, three cornered hat, drummer, drum and drum sticks, text "For a Glorious Fourth, stars and stripes on the text

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A Partriotic Flag Banner

Description of Illustration:black and white, shield and flag, stars and stripes, banner

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Saturday, May 13, 2017

The Gospel of Mark Clip Art Index

About: Dr. Lardner thinks that Mark's Gospel is alluded to by Clement of Rome: but the earliest ecclesiastical writer upon record who expressly mentions it is Papias. It is mentioned, also by Irenaeus, Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian, Origen, Eusebius, Epiphanius, Jerome, Augustine, Chrysostom, and many others.
Samples of clip art found in this Gospel of Mark Index.
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Sometimes multiple scripture using the same image are uploaded onto the same page. Keep looking on the post and you will find that there is a scripture from the Book of The Bible it is listed under here.
  1. Get On Board The Church Bus! - Mark 16:15
  2. Church Interior with Scriptures - Mark 8:36
  3. Shofar and Scriptures - Mark 2:27
  4. "And the two shall become one..." Mark 10:8
  5. Camel Billboard - Mark 1:25
  6. Sleeping Through Stormy Seas - Mark 4:38
  7. The Black Sacred Heart Paired with Sacred Scripture - Mark 16:15
  8. Prutah or Widow's Mites - Mark 12:41
  9. The Widow's Offering or The Widow's Mite - Mark 12: 41-44
  10. Jesus warns against the teachers of the law - Mark 12: 37-40
  11. Mark 4:29 - forest
  12. Remember the faithful in South Africa - Mark 10:15
  13. Hosanna Palms - Mark 11:9
  14. Mark 11:9 - palm leaves up close
  15. Who is my brother? - Mark 3:35
  16. Illustrated and Illuminated Scripture for Lent - Mark 1:5
  17. How to Follow Jesus - Mark 8: 34-37
  18. Wedding Rings - Mark 10:7
  19. "And the two shall be one" - Mark 10:7
  20. Baptism of The Savior - Mark 1:9-13
  21. Loaves and Fish - story in Mark 6
  22. The Healing Christ - story in Mark 5
  23. Mark 4:31-32 - mustard seed parable
video by The Bible Project

Page last updated on May 13, 2017.

Friday, May 12, 2017

A Prayer by Phoebe Cary

Prayer
by Phoebe Cary

Father! thou didst hear my prayer.
When I plead with thee to spare,
When I asked for length of years,
Thou didst pitying see my tears,
And thy words in answer were,
"Respite from the sepulchre!"
Lo! no more the prayer I raise:

Life hath waned to evil days;
Veiling in the dust my woes,
I would bless the grave's repose;
Sweeter, sweeter would it be,
Than a lover's dream to me.

Long enough thy child hath been
Struggling in a world of sin,
Long enough have doubts assailed,
Long enough the flesh prevailed,
Long enough hath sorrow tried
One it hath not purified.

In life's hours of rosy dawn,
Hope with white hand let me on,
Showing gorgeous imagery
Of a happier time to be;
But, in noonday's clearer flame,
Blest fruition never came.

Hastening now towards its close
Is the day that brightly rose,
And the hope that fled its prime
Comes not at evening time,
Hear me, pity, and recall,
Ere the midnight shadows fall!

Willing, eager to depart,
Old in years and old in heart,
Waiting but the messanger
To unseal the sepulchre,
Lo! again to Thee I come-
Take me, Father, take me home!