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Shelling of Fort Anderson March 14, 1863 ... New York 1863.].

The young conscript and his lady. By A. Anderson ... Air: Who will care for Mother now? ... A. Anderson, Philadelphia ... Oct. 1863

President's ball, by A. Anderson ... Anderson Sold at 420 South Tenth Street, Phila

Answer to the young conscript by his lady. By A. Anderson, Philad'a. Air-Who will care for mother now? A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Oct. 1863

Ballad No. 2. Their trophies. By A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, Philadephia, ... [1864]

Ballad No. 2. Their trophies. By A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, 1864

W. P. Anderson to John Hay, Thursday, September 29, 1864 (Requests pass)

Ballad No. 2. Their trophies. By A. Anderson. Air: Johnny fill up the bowl ... A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth St. Philadelphia, 1864

Anderson, Hon. M.C.

Anderson, General T.E. of Fla

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 14th, 1865. Awaiting the arrival of Gen. Anderson and the invited guests

Anderson Gen, T.J. (not in uniform)

Anderson, Hon. Wm. B. of Ill.

Plan of Fort Anderson, Cape Fear River, N.C. showing the line of attack by the gun-boats February 18th 1865

Thanksgiving. A proclamation by Charles Anderson, Governor of the State of Ohio ... Now, therefore, in consideration of these and other reasons, I Charles Anderson ... do hereby revoke the appointment of the day heretofore recommended to the peo

Charleston, S.C. April 14, 1865. Flag-raising ceremony, with Brevet Maj. Gen. Robert Anderson and Henry Ward Beecher present

Thanksgiving for victory, peace, and our country saved. A proclamation by Charles Anderson, Governor of the State of Ohio ... I do hereby appoint the last Thursday, being the 30th day of the present month of November, as a day of general thanksg

[Jubal Anderson Early, 1816-1893, bust, facing left, in civilian clothes]

Anderson, Hon. of Kansas

Idols of our home. Dreaming Daisy S. Anderson ; after Mrs. S. Anderson

[William B. Anderson, Independent Congressman from Illinois, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / Brady & Handy photograph, Washington, D.C.

Map of Anderson County, Texas /

"Fort Hill," residence of John C. Calhoun, Oconee County, South Carolina / Anderson, Charleston, S.C.

[Mme. Mary (Anderson) de Navarro, 1859-1940, full-length portrait, standing, facing left, as Parthenia]

[Mary (Anderson) de Navarro, 1859-1940, full length portrait, standing, facing right; looking up, as Parthenia]

[Mary] Anderson as Galatea

[Mme. Mary (Anderson) de Navarro, 1859-1940, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, as Galatea]

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Anderson, Anderson County, South Carolina

[Mary (Anderson) de Navarro, 1859-1940, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right, as Perdita in the "Winter's Tale"]

[Mme. Mary (Anderson) de Navarro, 1859-1940, full-length portrait, standing on step, facing right, as Hermione in the "Winter's Tale."]

Ross Anderson, east Custer County, Nebraska.

Cross counter / Anderson, N.Y.

[Ballroom in Larz Anderson house, Washington D.C.]

Larz Anderson house, Washington, D.C. - dining room

Anderson's new guide map of the city of Seattle and environs, Washington.

Roma, la giustizia (Penni) stanze di Raffaele / Anderson.

Larz Anderson house, Washington, D.C. - ballroom

Anderson Building, U.S. Soldiers' Home, Washington, D.C.

Anderson's new map of the county of King state of Washington, 1894 /

[Nicholas Anderson House, 1530 K St., N.W., at 16th St., Washington, D.C.]

Map of Anderson County.

Statuary buttes, Badlands, S.D. / photo & copyright by J.A. Anderson, 1896.

Map of Anderson County, South Carolina /

Anderson's map of Cowlitz County, Washington /

Mary Anderson, 1859-1940

Capt. Jas. A. Anderson

J.O. Anderson

Tilden and Anderson

Julia American Horse / J.A. Anderson, Rosebud, S.D.

Judith Anderson

Mrs. Larz Anderson, photo by F.B. Johnston / F.B. Johnston

Anderson, Ohio

Larz Anderson

Judith Anderson

Chandler Anderson, Sen. Elihu Root

Mary Anderson

S.J. Elder, Sen. Geo. Turner, Chandler Anderson, Sen. Root

Geo. E. Anderson

Tilden and Anderson (tennis)

Charles B. Warren (Detroit), S.J. Elder, Sen. Turner, Chandler Anderson, Sen. Root

Fred G. Anderson

Col. H.W. Anderson

Judge Anderson

Judith Anderson

Robit Lansing, J. Brown Scott, Chanler Anderson, S.J. Elder

J.M. Anderson

Mary Anderson

W.H. Anderson

Anderson, Fla. And Scott, Alabama

Lts. Houghton and Mueller, Com. Klein, Lt. Rosendahl, Lt. Com. Pierce, Lts. Arnold, Kincaid, Wiley, Miller, Tyler and Anderson

Jacob Anderson and family in front of their farmhouse, Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Jacob Anderson and family in front of their farmhouse, Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Anderson Hall, University of Rochester

Statue of Martin Bremen [sic] Anderson, first president of the University of Rochester, N.Y.

ANDERSON, H.R. GENERAL. ON HORSE

Anderson, Hon. Geo. E.

ANDERSON, GEORGE, HONORABLE

ANDERSON, BENJAMIN

ANDERSON, SYDNEY. HONORABLE

ANDERSON, P.M. COLONEL

ANDERSON, JOHN F. DOCTOR

ANDERSON, JUSTICE THOS.

[Golf match] Jno. [John] Gatherum, Mt. Tabor Field Club and Tom Anderson, Montclair Golf Club

ANDERSON, SYDNEY. HONORABLE

ANDERSON, W.D.A. CAPTAIN

ANDERSON, A.F.

ANDERSON, H.R. GENERAL

ANDERSON, T.HART, JR.

ANDERSON, SYDNEY. HONORABLE

ANDERSON, H.R. GENERAL

Anderson Cottage, Soldier's Home used by Lincoln as summer White House

ANDERSON, SYDNEY. HONORABLE

Springstein Mills, Chester, S.C. Maggie Wooten (Largest), creels on warper. Lillie Anderson--Oldest of two sisters. Been in mill five years. Runs only 4 sides. Minnie Anderson, - youngest- runs 8 sides. Been in mill 4 year. One finds many such cases where youngest sister does twice the amount of work. Nov. 28/08. Witness Sara R. Hine. Location: Chester, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Salgreen and Anderson houses wrecked by cyclone, Kearney, Nebraska.

Charles P. Anderson, State Dept.

Miss Sarah Anderson, a Washington suffragist who advocates equal smoking rights for men and women in public places, snaped [sic] as she "puffed" a cigarette at the Chevy Chase Club, Washington's most exclusive country club

ANDERSON, RUTH

[L.D. Anderson, of Anacostia, 95 years old, oldest member of Metropolitan Police, full-length, standing on porch, with another man, facing slightly right]

Lt. Anderson, Adm. Osterhaus, Capt. Rodman

Anderson County, East Tennessee: The Faust family at work