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The North Association of Hartford County. To the piously and benevolently disposed within our limits. [regarding funds for support of missionaries]. Aaron Church, moderator. Done in Association, Farmington October 4, 1797.

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, November 12, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, May 28, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, May 20, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, June 16, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, February 11, 1799

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, January 7, 1799, Partly Illegible

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, February 12, 1800

Aaron Burr! At length this Cataline stands confessed in all his villainy - His inveterate hatred of the Constitution of the United States has long been displayed in one steady undeviating course of hostility to every measure which the solid inte

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, November 18, 1801

Aaron Burr to Pierce Butler, September 16, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, February 1, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Burr, November 19, 1801

Aaron Burr to James Madison, August 2, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Aaron Goff, August 13, 1803

To Aristides, The advocate of Aaron Burr, if not Mr. Burr himself, and the implacable enemy of emigrants from all quarters of the globe. Sir. On perusing your pamphlet in favor of Aaron Burr, I find you profess to be a guardian of religion- as m

Proofs of the corruption of Gen. James Wilkinson and of his connection with Aaron Burr : with a full refutation of his slanderous allegations in relation to the character of the principal witness against him

Aaron Jordan Booge, September 10, 1818

(Circular.) American and foreign agency for claims, Uc. under the direction of Aaron H. Palmer ... New York, December 7, 1829.

Robert Peell to Aaron Vail, May 21, 1835

[Duke] Wellington to Aaron Vail, May 20, 1835

Aaron Clark

Administrator's sale!! By virtue of a decree from the Circuit Court of Jersey county, and State of Illinois ... I shall offer at public sale, on the premises, on Wednesday, Dec. 1, ... the following real estate, of which Aaron Hamilton ... died

Aaron Copland collection

[Aaron Vanderpoel, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the left, with side whiskers]

Tomb of Aaron Summit of Mount Hor March 11th / David Roberts, R.A.

[Aaron Shaw, Representative from Illinois, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Aaron Harlan, Representative from Ohio, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

General John Aaron Rawlins, 1831-1869, full length, standing at door, with wife and child

Hon. Aaron Fufe Perry of Ohio

Hon. Aaron Augustus Sargent of California

Aaron A. Sargent to John G. Nicolay, Tuesday, January 28, 1862 (Acknowledgment)

Frederick F. Low, Timothy G. Phelps, and Aaron A. Sargent to John P. Usher, Friday, February 20, 1863 (Recommend removal of James Compton and appointment of Charles Brockins)

Hon. Galusha Aaron Grow of Pa.

Sargent, Hon. Aaron Augustus of California

Governor Cummings. Reply to his letter in the "Press of November 8 - Review of his "Performances" first as the Negroes' Moses, and next as the Copperheads Aaron He wants to save his bread and butter.

Soldiers' Cemetery at Arlington Heights, Virginia / / sketched by Theo. R. Davis. The Tomb of Aaron Burr, Princeton, New Jersey / photographed by Wm. R. Powell, 867 Broadway

Aaron Burr on his midnight visit to Mrs. Prevost

Aaron Burr's strategim at the Weeks [i.e. Levi Weeks] trial

Petra. Aaron's Tomb exterior, on Mt. Hor

Petra. Aaron's Tomb, interior / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Petra. Aaron's Tomb, interior / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Hill of Aaron, Sinai

Hill of Aaron

Petra. Aaron's Tomb, interior

Petra. Aaron's Tomb exterior, on Mt. Hor / American Colony, Jerusalem.

To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Hill of Aaron from Jethro's Path.

To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Hill of Aaron.

To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Multitude at the Hill of Aaron.

Petra in Transjordan. Aaron's tomb, interior

Aaron Spenz

Petra in Transjordan. Aaron's tomb, exterior

Aaron Spenz & wife

KREIDER, AARON S. HONORABLE

WARD, AARON CAPTAIN

KREIDER, AARON S. HONORABLE

B.E. Forrester presents Yorke & Adams in the musical comedy success Bankers and brokers by Aaron Hoffman

B.E. Forrester presents Yorke & Adams in the musical comedy success Bankers and brokers by Aaron Hoffman

B.E. Forrester presents Yorke & Adams in the musical comedy success Bankers and brokers by Aaron Hoffman

B.E. Forrester presents Yorke & Adams in the musical comedy success Bankers and brokers by Aaron Hoffman

The goat of Cannonism / Kep.

Aaron S.Watkins

O. J. C. Rose To Honorable Aaron J. Levy, Judiciary Committee, Albany

Aaron J. Levy, Committee on Judiciary to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Mrs. Mary George, 74 Southbridge Street, Worcester, Mass. Mother and Aaron, 13 yrs., and Elizabeth 12 yrs old, working on crochet slippers. The children work until 9 or 10:30 P.M. sometimes, and the mother later. Girl has so much trouble with eyes that she is very much behind in school. Mother has eye trouble, too. (See Report also.) Witness. F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Rear Admiral Aaron and Elizabeth Cairns Ward]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Roses]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York Iris beds]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Rose garden]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Wisteria]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Spring bulbs]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Rose garden]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Rose garden]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York Iris border along harbor]

Admiral Aaron Ward

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Rose garden]

Aaron Bradshaw of Wash.

Old School House, Aaron Burr property, Silver Spring

Aaron Burr Gateway, Silver Spring

[Aaron Ward, New York AL (baseball)]

Aaron S. Kreider, Pa.

Aaron S. Kreider, Pa.

[Aaron Ward, New York AL (baseball)]

[Wally Pipp, Aaron Ward, Johnny Mitchell, Home Run Baker, Al DeVormer, New York AL (baseball)]

Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge Koussevitzky, 1925-1926.

[Frankie Frisch, New York NL & Aaron Ward, New York AL (baseball)]

Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge Koussevitzky, October 29, 1925.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge Koussevitzky, April 21, 1925.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Nicolas Slonimsky, January 16, 1926.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Barbara and Roger Sessions, April 1928.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge Koussevitzky, December 4, 1928.

French Ambassador receives French-Canadian boy entered in National Spelling Bee. Aaron Belanger, (right) French-Canadian boy who is representing southeastern Massachusetts in the National Spelling Bee now being held in Washington was received French Ambassador Paul Claudel today. On the left is Eleanor Harrison, who came to Washington as alternate for the boy

Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge and Natalie Koussevitzky, September 8, 1931.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge Koussevitzky, April 23, 1930.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Carlos Chávez, 1930.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge Koussevitzky, undated.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Nadia Boulanger, December 6, 1978.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge Koussevitzky, November 14, 1930.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Mary Lescaze, 1930.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Mary Lescaze, 1930.

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