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[Remondino de Luzzi overseeing assistant in dissection of cadaver as students watch in an early fourteenth century anatomy class at Bologna]

[Architectural title page of Commentaria ... super anatomia mudini bordered in columns with scene of seated teacher lecturing as assistant dissects cadaver]

[Alchemist and assistant in laboratory, with surrounding border of birds, flowers, and insects]

[Johannes Hevelius and assistant using six-foot sextant to measure angular distances between pairs of stars]

To the freemen and freeholders of the EastWard of the City of New York. Gentlemen, Having had the honor or serving you for three years last past in the office of an assistant, [again offering himself for the office.] [Signed Henry Brevoort. New-

1794. His Excellency Arthur Fenner, Esq; Governor. The Honourable Samuel J. Potter, Esq; Deputy-governor. 1. Thomas G. Hazard, Esq. assistant [and 9 other assistants] Henry Ward, Esq; Secretary. Ray Greene, Esq; Attorney-general. Henry Sherburne

Rules to be observed by the assistant guardians of the poor ... Charles G. Wilcox. Secretary. May 11th, 1821.

[Assistant Adjunct General Temple Clark, Union officer, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Dr. Felix Blazer, First Assistant Surgeon in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, half-length portrait, seated, facing front]

[Unidentified soldier in Union assistant surgeon uniform with Ames medical sword]

Bealeton, Virginia. Captain Henry Page, assistant quartermaster, at Army of the Potomac headquarters

Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia. Capt. J.B. Howard, Office of Assistant Quartermaster, Army of the Potomac

[Bealeton, Virginia]. Capt. Henry Page, assistant quarter master, at Army of the Potomac headquarters

Assistant engineers at headquarters Army of Potomac, November, 1864

Assistant Engineers at Headquarters Army of Potomac, Brandy Station, Va., January, 1864

Notice to holders of Confederate cotton. Office Assistant Special agent Treasury Department. District of Vicksburg. Meridian, Miss., August 15th, 1865. All persons holding cotton, the title of which was vested in the so called Confederate states

Darrall, Hon. Chester Bidwell of La. Assistant Surgeon of 86th N.Y. Vols. U.S.A. later promoted to surgeon

Washington, District of Columbia. Brig. Gen. Charles Thomas, Assistant Quartermaster General and other staff on steps of Quartermaster General's office, Corcoran's Building, 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Map of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers and their tributaries: explored by Capt. W.F. Raynolds, Topl. Engrs. and 1st. Lieut. H. E. Maynadier, 10th. Infy. Assistant. 1859-60 /

[Gen. Cowan, Assistant Secretary, Interior Department, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Map of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers and their tributaries explored by Capt. W. F. Raynolds, Topl. Engrs., and 1st Lieut. H. E. Maynadier, 10th Infy. Assistant, 1859-60 /

Grand piano "show off"; or, The salesman's assistant

Grand piano "show off"; or, The Salesman's assistant

Johnstown Flood, May 31st, 1889. No. 5, Geo. Hamilton, Assistant Superintendent, Cambria Iron Mills house

Goldi shaman priest and assistant

[Portrait of Harriet Hibbard, the photographer's assistant]

[Thomas Wilbur Cridler, 3rd Assistant Secretary of State, full-length portrait, seated, facing right]

[David Jayne Hill, 1st Assistant, State Department, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing right]

[Negro, the photographer's assistant]

[The Photographer's assistant]

Sec'y Hughes and his assistant secretaries

Postmaster General Will Hays with his four assistants. L to R, [Unidentified, First Assistant Postmaster General Hubert Work]; Second Assistant Postmaster General E.H. Shaugnnessy; Third Assistant Postmaster General W. Irving Glover; Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Harry H. Hillany. Back row: W. Mooney; Rush D. Simmons; G.W. Perkins; T.L. Degman; John H. Edwards

Postmaster General Will Hays with his four assistants. L to R, [Unidentified], First Assistant Postmaster General Hubert Work; Second Assistant Postmaster General E.H. Shaugnnessy; Third Assistant Postmaster General W. Irving Glover; Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Harry H. Hillany

[Assistant Secretary of State Robert Bacon and diplomats] / photo by Waldon Fawcett.

Fred. W. Upham, Ass't Treas. Rep'n Nat'l [Assistant Treasurer of the Republican National Committee]

[The Osage Council, with other Osage Indians, who came to Washington in connection with gas and mineral rights on the Osage Nation in Oklahoma. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells, Assistant Commissioner E.B. Meritt and Superintendent of the Osage Nation J. George Wright are in foreground]

Richard Taylor, assistant principal chief from 1851 to 1853

BRISTOW, JOSEPH LITTLE. 4TH ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL, 1897-1905; SENATOR FROM KANSAS, 1909-1915. LEFT

ADKINS, JESSE CORCORAN. ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S. 1908-1911

MEYERS, HERBERT. ASSISTANT TO SECRETARY LANE

BAILEY, ROBERT O. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

HAMLIN, CHARLES S. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, 1913 -

BAKER, JASPER. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF THE MINT

HAMLIN, CHARLES S. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, 1913 -

HAMLIN, CHARLES S. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, 1913 -

BAILEY, ROBERT O. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

HAMLIN, CHARLES S. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, 1913 -

ADEE, ALVEY AUGUSTUS. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE

ADEE, ALVEY AUGUSTUS. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE

ADEE, ALVEY AUGUSTUS. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE

[ADEE, ALVEY AUGUSTUS. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE]

MALLONE, DUDLEY FIELD. 3RD ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE, 1913

VROOMAN, CARL, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE

MALLONE, DUDLEY FIELD. 3RD ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE, 1913

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF U.S.A. COMMITTEE ON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: CHARLES C. JENK; C.A. McCORMICK; D.A. SKINNER, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF CHAMBER; A.W. SHAW, CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE; CALVIN M. SMYTH; E. OLIVER FOWLKES; PHILIP B. FOUKE; ELLIOTT H. GOODWIN

BRECKENRIDGE, HENRY C., ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR, 1913-1916

ADKINS, JESSE CORCORAN. ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL OF U.S. 1908-1911

CHAMBER OF COMERCE OF U.S.A. COMMITTEE ON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: CHARLES C. JENK; C.A. McCORMICK; D.A. SKINNER, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF CHAMBER; A.W. SHAW, CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE; E.E. PRATT, CHIEF, BUREAU OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE; CALVIN M. SMYTH; E. OLIVER FOWLKES

Miss Joy Young, of Washington, D.C. Assistant Editor of "The Suffragist," weekly organ of the Woman's Party and the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Picture taken when she was on her way to the White House to present President Wilson with a basket of flowers in which was contained a message from women voters of the West.

CHAMBER OF COMERCE OF U.S.A. COMMITTEE ON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: CHARLES C. JENK; C.A. McCORMICK; D.A. SKINNER, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF CHAMBER; A.W. SHAW, CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE; E.E. PRATT, CHIEF, BUREAU OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE; CALVIN M. SMYTH; E. OLIVER FOWLKES

BRECKENRIDGE, HENRY C. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR, 1913-1916

[Warp tenders assistant. "Tyer in." Had just been promoted from spooler tender. 4158.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

Warp tenders assistant. "Tyer in." Had just been promoted from spooler tender. See 4158. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

Miss Pauline Clarke, of New York, a graduate of Bryn Mawr College, is one of the assistant editors of "The Suffragist," weekly official organ of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage and the National Woman's Party. When Miss Clarke was a student at Bryn Mawr, she was President of that branch of the College Equal Suffrage League.

St. Joseph's Academy. The assistant to the Father in charge told me that none of the cannery children attended the academy, although he admitted that most of them were Catholics. Location: Bay St. Louis, Mississippi / L.W. Hine.

CROWELL, BENEDICT. MAJOR, U.S.A. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR, 1917. AT DESK

CROWELL, BENEDICT. MAJOR, U.S.A. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR, 1917. AT DESK

HAMLIN, CHARLES S., ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, 1913-

CROWELL, BENEDICT. MAJOR, U.S.A. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR, 1917. AT DESK

BRADLEY, LEE C. ALIEN PROPERTY CUST., EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

General Manager of ARC, and Personal Staff. George Eaton Scott, General Manager, lower center. Others, left to right: Willoughby, G. Walling, Keith Spalding, Directors of Divisional Administration; Samuel M. Geer, Assistant General Manager; Frederick C. Munroe, Assistant to General Manager

General Manager of ARC and personal staff. George Eaton Scott, general manager, loer center. Others, left to right: Willoughby, G. Walling, Keith Spalding, directors of Divisional Administration; Samuel M. Geer, assistant general manager; Frederick C. Munroe, assistant to general manager

[Russell Cornell Leffingwell, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right]

Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. (1887-1944) - Assistant Secretery of the Navy

Former Interior Department investigators summoned before Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., Jan. 22. Two former investigators for the Interior Department, Col. W.L. Simpson (left) and Capt. J.G. Ghoslton, were summoned today to testify before the Senate Public Lands Committee considering the nomination of Ebert K. Burlew as Assistant Secretary of Interior, 1/22/38

Maj. Omar W. Clark, new Assistant Director of Veterans Bureau

Theodore Douglas Robinson, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, with Mrs. Robinson and their daughter, Helen, snapped at the National Capital Horse Show today

Guests of Admiral Nulton, Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., on August 7 wh[...]n Assistant Secretary of the Navy Robinson inspected the aviation course being given the Midshipmen. In the group, (front row, left to right) Capt. H.A. Baldridge, Mrs. L. [...] Nulton, Mrs. T.D. Robinson, Mrs. Emory Perkins and Admiral Nulton. Back row, (left to right) Capt. [...] W. Simpson, [...] aide, Capt. S. Gannon and Lt. J.T. Williams

Secretary of the Interior Work introduces prominent Alaskans to President. In the group (left to right) Noel W. Smith, General Manager of the Alaskan Railroad, Secretary Work and George A. Parks, Assistant Supervisor of Public Lands o[...] Alaska [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Dr. Otto Wiedfeldt, (left) German a[...] the United States with Assistant Secretary of State [...] Wright, presents his letter of recall to President Co[...] leaving for Germany

[W.F. Longfellow, Assistant National Director of First Aid and Life Saving of the American National Red Cross, as "King Neptune" seated in a large fish tank at the U.S. Fish Commission - publicity stunt for Red Cross]

Hannibal Price, the new Minister from Haiti, (left), who presented his credentials to President Coolidge, February 10th. The new Minister was introduced to the President by Assistant Secretary of State J. Butler Wright, shown at the right [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Dr. L.A. [...]rowe, Director General of the American Union entertains at luncheon, Sept. 15th at the Pa[...] American Annex, in honor of the Minister of Chile to England. The assistant Secretary of Labor of Chile and Hon. Manuel Gar[...] de la Huesta of Chile. In the group, front row, left to right: [...] Manuel Garcia de la Huerta; Rafael H. Elizalde Minister of E [...] Ambassador from Chile Beltran Mathieu; Minister Migu[...] Cruchaga of Chile to London; Stokeley W. Morgan, State Depart[...] back row, left to right: Dr. E. Gil Borges, Assistant Directo[...] the Pan-American Union; Assistant Secretary of Labor of Chile [...] Poblete; Dr. L.S. Rowe and Benjamin Cohen Secretary of the [...] Embassy

The rum war continues. Any thought that the rum war being waged along [...] coast has abeted or stopped may quickly be dispelled[...]e office of General Lincoln C. Andrews, assistant [...]f the Treasury, where he studies the "war zone" map [...]ng noting

Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Douglas Robinson, inspected the new training being given the Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md on Friday August 7th. Under the new regulations each midshipmen must take a course in aviation and learn to pilot a plane. The [...] Year Men now at the Academy are the first ones to recieve training. This picture shows Mr. Robinson (center) ready [...]ake a flight with Midshipman C.O. Larson, right. Admiral N[...] Superintendent of the Academy

Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., former Secretary of the Navy and General William Mitchell, Assistant Chief of the Army Air Service appeared before the House Military Affairs committee, today, Feb. 17th. Roosevelt told the committee that aircraft was a supplementsupplementary arm of the National Defense and should be kept that way, while Gen. Mitchell continued his fight for the unification of the air services. In the group, left to right: Rep. Wm. C. Wright, George; Rep. John J. McSwain, South Carolina; General Mitchell, Rep. J.C. McKenzie, Illinois, Chairman of the committee; Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

Brig. Gen. William Mitchell, Assistant Chief of the Air Service testifying before the House Aircraft Committee a[...] Capitol. On the general's left is Rep. Florian Lampert, Cahir[...] the committee. Gen. Mitchell said he was convinced the syst[...] of aircraft management in the United States "is detrimental t[...] country's good and will seriously compromise our National defe[...] should an emergency arise"

President of Haiti arrives in Washington. The Secretary of State, Frank B. Kellogg, and other high officiai of the government greeted the President of Haiti, Louis Borno, upon his arrival in the NatiNational Capital, June, 14th. In the photograph, left to right: Col. Sherwood A Cheney, Military Aide to President Coolidge; J. Butler Wright, Assistant Secretary of State; Mrs. Louis Borno; President Borno and Secretary of State, Frank B. Kellogg

New Air Corps Chief takes oath of office. Maj. Gen. James F. Fechet being sworn in as Chief of the Army Air Corps to succeed Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick, retired. In the photograph, left to right; Maj. Charles P. Summerall, Chief of Staff. F. Trubee Davison, Assistant Secretary of War for Aviation; Lieut, Col. Joseph I. McMullen, a boyhood friend of Gen. Fechet who administered the oath; and Maj. Gen. Fechet

President appoints committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with Red Cross in aiding flood sufferers. After making an appeal to the people of the country today for prompt and generous contributions to the American Red Cross relief fund for sufferers in the flood area of the Mississippi river, President Coolidge appointed a committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with the officers of the Red Cross in their relief work. The cabinet members met with Red Cross Officials today in Washington to determine how the Federal Government through its many agencies can best cooperate. In the photograph, left to right; (sitting) Rear Admiral E.R. Stitt, chief of U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis; Secretary of the Navy, Curtis D. Wilbur; James L. Feiser, Acting Chairman of the Red Cross; Secretary of Commerce, Herbert Hoover; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Charles S. Dewey; Secretary of the Treasury, Andrew Mellon and Miss [...]

Minister of Switzerland [...] appointed minister to Switzerland, Leland [...]er Assistant Secretary of State, pays a last-minute nt Coolidge before leaving for his post

Santa Claus receives aeroplane pilot's license from Assistant Secretary of Commerce. Although there may not be sufficient snow for his reindeer sleigh, Santa Claus will still be able to deliver his load of presents on time this Christmas by using the air route. The old saint called at the Commerce Department in Washington today where he is shown receiving an aeroplane pilot's license from Assistant Secretary of Commerce. for Aeronautics William P. MacCracken, while Clarence M. Young (right) Director of Aeronautics, Department of Commerce, looks on. Airway maps and the assurance that the lights would be burning on the airways Christmas Eve were also given to Santa

Will keep informed of wants of 50,000 Post Office clerks. William Otto of Lincoln, Neb., recently elected Assistant Secretary Treasurer of the National Federation of Post Office Clerks, whose duty will be to keep Congress informed of the legislative wants of the 50,000 members of the organization who are employed in first and second class post offices throughout the country

[...] with Chief of Staff. Corps Area Commanders and Division Commanders of the United States Army met with the Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Charles P. Summerall, at the War Department in Washington today to discuss subjects of current interest to the military establishment. In the group, left to right: (front row) Maj. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, 3rd Corps Area Commander; Maj. Gen. William Lassiter, Commanding 6th Corps Area; Maj. Gen. James H. McRae, Commanding second Corps Area; Maj. Gen. Charles P. Summerall, Chief of Staff; Maj. Gen. John L. Hines, Commanding 9th Corps Area; Maj. Gen. Ernest Hinds, Commanding 8th Corps Area; Maj. Gen. Fox L. Connor, Commanding 1st Corps Area; Maj. Gen. Hanson E. Ely, Commandant of the War College, back row, left to right: Maj. Gen. Harry A Smith, assistant Chief of Staff; Maj. Gen. Dennis E. Nolan, Commanding 5th Corps Area; Brig. Gen. Edwin B[...] 1st Cavalry Division; [...]

Scientists for Uncle Sam awarded Magellan Gold Medal. Dr. L.J. Briggs, left, Assistant Director and Dr. Paul R. [Heyl?], Chief of the Sound Section of the United States Bureau of Standards, with the first successful experimental model of the earth inductor compass, which they developed for the Army Air Corps and for which they were awarded the Magellan Gold Medal by the American Philosophical Society. It was a model of this same compass that Capt. Charles Lindbergh used on his epochal flight from New York to Paris

Uncle Sam names a committee of nine to consider legislation for Conservation of Country's Oil Resources. A Committee of None composed of three representatives of the Government, a like number from the petroleum industry and three representatives from the American Bar Association, were named by the Federal Oil Conservation Board today to consider a legislative program for the conservation of the country's natural petroleum resources. The Committee of Nine is shown standing in the photograph, left to right: W.S. Farish, Humble Oil Company, Texas; James A. Veasey, American Bar Association; Henry M. Bates, American Bar Association; Edward C. Finney, Assistant Secretary of Interior; Thes. A. O'Donnell, California Petroleum Company

"Daddy" of Assistant Secretary of Agriculture is expert horseman at 84. Although he has passed his 84th birthday, Nelson J. Dunlap, (right) father of the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, Renick Dunlap (left) rides horseback for his daily exercise. The elder Dunlap is a Civil War veteran and a native of Kingston, Ohio, where he is a large land owner

This may help the weather reports. These transoceanic flyers, meeting in Washington with officials of the U.S. Weather Bureau and the Department of Commerce. the Meteorology Committee of the Guggenheim Foundation and representatives of other aeronautical interests, hope to help in improving weather service for aviators. Left to right, seated: Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aeronautics William P. McCracken, Jr. , Lt. A.F. Hagenberger, Col. Arthur C. Goebel, Paul Schluter, Charles Levine, left to right, standing: Emory Bronte, Edward F. Schlee, Clarence Chamberlain, Lt. Lester J. Maitland, William S. Brock, and Berndt Balchen

Pretty Dorothy Fell, daughter of Mrs. Ogden L. Mills, wife of the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and her mount "Dolly" snapped at the opening of the Washington Horse Show today. She is expected to capture a blue ribbon with this horse

Uncle Sam provides Assistant Secretary of War with Airplane Office. The latest type of Curtis airplane with a special desk in the rear cockpit has just been delivered to [...] Davison, Assistant Secretary of War for Aviation, [...] his many trips to Army posts around the country, Secretary [...] is shown in the plane ready for the first trip, 12/7/27

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