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Mr. Armstrong's rough draft of the country to the west of Susquehanna.

Horatio Gates to Martin Armstrong, November 16, 1780

E. Harris to Martin Armstrong, October 5, 1785

Jefferson, Venango & Armstrong.

Armstrong County.

Armstrong C[ount]y.

Ebenezer Titus to Martin Armstrong, October 4, 1801

Ebenezer Titus to Martin Armstrong, October 4, 1801

Daniel Brent to John Armstrong, August 6, 1804.

John Armstrong to Thomas Jefferson, June 2, 1804

Thomas Jefferson to John Armstrong, May 30, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to John Armstrong, February 14, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to John Armstrong, July 17, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Armstrong, December 2, 1808

John Armstrong to Andrew Jackson, January 5, 1813

John Armstrong to James Madison, September 26, 1813.

John Armstrong to James Madison, July 24, 1813.

John Armstrong to Unknown, July 28, 1814

Andrew Jackson to John Armstrong, July 31, 1814

John Armstrong to Andrew Jackson, May 22, 1814

James Madison to John Armstrong, August 15, 1814. Notes, Military Strength.

John Armstrong to James Madison. 1814.

John Armstrong to Thomas Pinckney, March 20, 1814

Andrew Jackson to John Armstrong, June 27, 1814. Copy.

Andrew Jackson to John Armstrong, May 8, 1814

Thomas Pinckney to John Armstrong, July 30, 1814

Andrew Jackson to John Armstrong, July 24, 1814

John Armstrong to Andrew Jackson, July 18, 1814. Copy.

James Madison to John Armstrong, August 2, 1814. Order for ammunition to be delivered to Gen. Stuart.

Map by George Armstrong, Jefferson County, Kentucky deputy surveyor

[Composite of two illustrations: 1. Rev. L. Armstrong, Dr. B.J. Clark, Gardiner Stow, and James Mott around table with Holy Bible, Temperance Constitution, and Blackstone's Commentary; 2. The Mawney House, in which was organized the first temperance society]

Thomas Barron & Company to R. & W. Armstrong, April 23, 1822

John Armstrong to Henry Lee, December 6, 1825.

To the public. It will be recollected, that in a publication which I felt it my duty to make on the 9th of April last, in relation to the punishment of John Wood, I spoke of Doctor James L. Armstrong, the reputed author of "A Tennessean," as "an

To the public. A publication of Col. Robert Armstrong in the Nashville Republican of this day, seems to demand a brief notice from me ... Felix Grundy. Nashville, July 24, 1833.

Andrew Jackson to Robert Armstrong, August 13, 1835

T. Wells to Robert Armstrong, June 18, 1836

Robert Armstrong to Andrew Jackson, June 24, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Robert Armstrong, July 1, 1839

The forty thieves or the common scoundrels of New-York

Ellen Armstrong to Andrew Jackson, August 21, 1840

Andrew Jackson to Robert Armstrong

Robert Armstrong to Andrew Jackson, January 26, 1844

Mendelssohn Quintette Club of Boston (organized 1849) / Armstrong & Co. Lith. 1 Somerset St. Boston and Riverside Press, Cambridge.

Concert of vocal & instrumental music by the pupils of Henry Female College under the direction of C. E. B. Armstrong & Mrs. Martha Hamilton. Friday evening, May 23, 1851. Hulls + Shannon, Prs, 83 + 85 Fourth Street, Louisville.

Joshua Barney, U.S.N. / engraved by J. Gross from a drawing by W.G. Armstrong after a miniature by Isabey.

Hon. W.H. Armstrong

Hon. Armstrong

Gen. S. Chapman Armstrong, Founder of Hampton Institute

Hon. W.H. Armstrong

Gen. S. Chapman Armstrong, Founder of Hampton Institute

Hon. George Armstrong Halsey of N.J.

Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. View of Loudoun Heights. (Also called: Dismounted bridge across Armstrong Run)

W. A. M. Cortney to W. D. Stoddart, Thursday, October 08, 1863 (Introduces E. M. Armstrong)

Armstrong's mills and rebel works on Hatcher's Run, captured by the Second Corps, October 27, 1864 / sketched by C.H. Chapin.

[George Armstrong Custer, in uniform, seated with his wife, Elizabeth "Libbie" Bacon Custer, and his brother, Thomas W. Custer, standing]

Chase and capture of the blockade-runner "Armstrong" by our gun-boats

Armstrong Gun in Fort Fisher, N.C.

Armstrong, Hon. D.H. of MO.

[Major General George Armstrong] Custer

[Major General George Armstrong] Custer

Armstrong, Hon. D.H. of Mo.

Capt. Ed. Armstrong (Col'd) & crew of batteau Tam O'Shanter on beach of New River, Section 103, near 1st Res. 2nd N. R. Div.

Yours truly A.B. Earle / J.E. Baker ; Armstrong & Co. Lith., Boston.

View of the great railroad wreck The most appalling railroad disaster on the Continent, on the T.P. & W.R.R. near Chatsworth, Illinois, of the Niagara Excursion Train, at midnight, August 10th, 1887 ; Shows the general destruction of the timbers between Superintendent Armstrong's car and the culvert / / Harlan Holferty, view artist.

Chatsworth horror--Engine 13 and Mr. Armstrong's private car--Aug. 11, 1887

Ford City, Armstrong County Pennsylvania., 1896

Apollo, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania 1896.

Apollo, Armstrong County Pennsylvania., 1896

Ford City, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, 1896.

John Armstrong Chaloner from side

Armstrong Drexel

Armstrong, Drexel, McArdle, Anthony Drexel

Gun shop in Armstrong works

A.T. Worm, Wilson Mizner, Paul Armstrong, and Raoul Cincinell (left to right) standing

Eli Armstrong has moved to his new house, Broken Bow, Nebraska.

ARMSTRONG, FRANK S. COLONEL

Souvenir of the Christening of the German Emperors Yacht Meteor / Paul Armstrong.

Jno. Armstrong Chalua & Dep. U.S. Marshall Jno. Hess

Armstrong Drexel, McArdle, and Anthony Drexel, standing together outside

Mrs. Craig Biddle and J.A. Armstrong walking together

Bob Armstrong, Eddie McGoorty, Ed McMahon

G.W. Armstrong drug store

The eyes have it / Rolf Armstrong 1914 ; painted by Rolf Armstrong.

Mrs. R.F. Armstrong & Kilravock Donna-Mafalda [cat]

"Safety first" / Rolf Armstrong 1914 ; painted by Rolf Armstrong.

There, little girl, don't cry! / Rolf Armstrong 1914 ; painted by Rolf Armstrong.

Armstrong gun works, Newcastle [docks]

The mascot / painted by Rolf Armstrong.

Mrs. R.F. Armstrong & Kilravock Donna-Mafalda [cat]

Your country needs you - join the Navy! / Rolf Armstrong 1916.

World's largest boxing class, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Bat's. [sic] of 337th Inf. Brigade conducted by Billy Armstrong, June 27, 1918

[Second study for Armstrong house (Pasadena, California). Rendering] / James Osborne Craig, architect.

Armstrong. Portrait of Mr. Armstrong seated

Armstrong. Portrait of Mr. Armstrong

[Proposed house for Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Armstrong (Pasadena, California). Rendering, and two views of living room interior] / James Osborne Craig, architect.

E.O. Watson, Bishop Wm. Frasier McDonell, Bishop Eugene Russell Hendrix, Rev. Jm. Henderson, Clyde F. Armstrong

Wm. Armstrong Perry

Wm. Armstrong Perry

Experimenting on rabbit. This little rabbit is doing its bit for science and humanity as it is used for experiments in the Public Health Service. Irvin Norfalk, Laboratory Attendant, left, and Dr. Charles Armstrong, Surgeon and Specialist in virus disease