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Barn Swallow

Barn Owl

Old Jack, the famous New Orleans mouser, clearing Uncle Sam's barn of bank and Clay rats; ...

View of the harbor of Pensacola--Santa Rosa Island and Fort Pickens in the fore-ground, Rebel batteries and Navy-Yard in the distance / / sketched by our special artist. The great review at Bailey's Cross Road, Virginia, on November 20, 1861 / sketched by our special artist from the top of a barn

Keedysville, Maryland (vicinity). Smith's barn, used as a hospital after the battle of Antietam

Antietam, Maryland. Real's barn, burned by the bursting of a Federal shell at the battle of Antietam

The old barn

The Murderers doom. Miserable death of J. Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Lincoln. Shot through the head by Sergeant Boston Corbett in a barn on Garrett's Farm near the Rappahannock, April 25, 1865.

The killing of Booth, the assassin - the dying murderer drawn from the barn where he head taken refuge, on Garrett's farm, near Port Royal, Va., April 26, 1865

Desperate conflict in a barn

Dancing in the barn schottische

Gens. Sickles, Carr & Graham. Taken near Trostle's barn, Gettysburg Battlefield - on spot where General Sickles lost his leg, July 2nd, 1863

John S. Hastings, Livery Barn, Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska.

R.G. Carr hall and barn, West Union, Nebraska

R.G. Carr hall and barn, West Union, Nebraska

Family standing near a new wooden bridge; frame house and large barn in Custer County, Nebraska

[Corn barn, Ambar]

Livery and feed stable barn in east Custer County, Nebraska.

Lake Champlain [in the Adirondack Mtns., N.Y.]: Barn Rock

[Barn against trees]

[Large barn with two figures walking toward it]

[Farm house and red barn]

Group of men and wagons in front of livery barn at Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska.

Tithe Barn at Great Cokkeswell [sic]

[Landscape with woman walking up hill, barn below, and rail fence along road, at twilight, Dingman's Ferry, Pennsylvania]

[Barn and other buildings behind fence in Georgia]

[Russian farm scene showing thatched-roof buildings, with horses and barn in left foreground]

Passaconaway Inn from Barn Point, York, Me.

David Harum's barn, Homer, N.Y.

McPherson barn, Gettysburg, Pa.

[The Firs, driveway to barn, New Baltimore, Mich.]

Barn on the W.G. Fredrick Ranch, Kearney, Nebraska

barn northeast of Gibbon, Buffalo County, Nebraska

C.B. Marsh family in front of his barn at Amherst, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Neidicorn barn and livestock, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

T. Finler (Finlen?) Commercial Barn, Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Stockwell Barn, Overton, Nebraska, Dawson County.

David Christensen and family in front of their barn,. New Helena, Nebraska.

[Two cows and calf in barn] / T.E. Marr.

The Palace livery barn in Lexington, Dawson County, Nebraska

Threshing oats in the barn, Illinois, U.S.A.

C.A. Hagstrom barn and livestock, Overton, Dawson County, Nebraska,

People in a carriage in front of the Watson Ranch barn near Kearney, Nebraska.

People in a carriage in front of the Watson Ranch barn near Kearney, Nebraska.

Link Milburn's barn, Overton, Nebraska.

The Palace livery barn in Lexington, Dawson County, Nebraska

"Bill, ye'd better go up to the barn an' git some more fodder" / J.S. Pughe.

Watson Ranch barn near Kearney, Nebraska, the largest barn in the state..

C.A. Hagstrom barn and livestock, Overton, Dawson County, Nebraska,

Behind the Barn

Members of the Holt family in front of their barn posed with mules.

Six men standing near concrete block house and barn at Pleasanton, Nebraska.

[Hay wagon and farmers returning to barn]

Group of boys from Wylie Mill, Chester, S.C. Spending Saturday behind the barn. Overseer came up and I couldn't get names or ages. Location: Chester, South Carolina.

The Barn, Wellesley College, Mass.

Walters barn northeast of Riverdale, Nebraska.

The barn dance

Horse Barn, Tuskegee

Barn northeast of Shelton, Nebraska.

Barn and livestock of Jacob Johnson, Gibbon, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Cow barn unroofed, Geneva, N.Y., Cyclone

Family and teams of horses outside barn owned by A.C. Rosenthalls, southeast of Gibbon, Nebraska.

Several horses and people in front of the barn on the E.C. Warren farm south of Shelton, Nebraska.

Several horses and people in front of barn on farm of E.C. Warren south of Shelton, Nebraska.

Several children standing in front of Woolman barn south of Shelton, on an island,.

Dynamite box at Indianapolis, (Jones Barn)

Applegate barn and engine, south of Gibbon, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Cow barn blown down, Geneva, N.Y., cyclone

Jones Barn where dynamite was found

R.T. Pounder and family in front of a barn east of Shelton, Nebraska.

Phillips barn north of Shelton, Nebraska.

Family near the barn owned by R.A. Dunham north of Shelton, Nebraska.

Jones Barn where dynamite was found

The Old barn at Mt. Vernon

House and barn, Kearney, Nebraska

Barn of Morners near Albany

1:30 A.M. Peter, 15 years old (on left). Employed in camphor works. Air full of camphor. Sells papers Saturday nights until 3 A.M. One of a dozen boys who sleep in car barn these nights. Charles, 11 years old (on right). Gets supper in restaurant. Sells every day. Brother of #3117. Location: Jersey City, New Jersey.

[Interior of a barn with cow and chickens]

Tobacco barn, showing how it is dried. Location: Winchester [vicinity], Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Housing tobacco in barn of W.L. Fugate. Will go to Schoolsville School but it has not opened on account of repairs. Lewis W. Hine. See 4398-9 and 4400. Location: Hedges Station, Kentucky.

Barn of Daniel Barrett and group shown in photos 4464-5-6. Location: Henderson County--Spottsville, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Housing tobacco in barn of W.L. Fugate. Will go to Schoolsville School but it has not opened on account of repairs. Lewis W. Hine. See 4398-9 and 4400. Location: Hedges Station, Kentucky.

["Surprise Valley Farm," Arthur Curtiss James property, Beacon Hill Road, Newport, Rhode Island. Men loading sacks of grain from truck in courtyard into second floor doorway of barn]

["Surprise Valley Farm," Arthur Curtiss James property, Beacon Hill Road, Newport, Rhode Island. Men loading sacks of grain from truck in courtyard into second floor doorway of barn]

Reference prints, 1919-1920, numbers 2133-2377. House from rear through trees; Barn and leaning tree

Reference prints, 1919-1920, numbers 2133-2377. Cows in field with barn and shed in background II; Group of trees in field

Reference prints, 1919-1920, numbers 2133-2377. Dirt road with trees on right; Cows in field with barn and shed in background I

Farming scenes. Goats and barn

Farming scenes. Goats in barn

Potomac Electric Power Co. substations. Brightwood station car barn

Landscape photographs. Landscape with road and barn I

Landscape photographs. Landscape with road and barn III

Farming scenes. Goats in barn

Farming scenes. Farmhouse and barn in New York state

Landscape photographs. Landscape with road and barn II

Charles G. Meyer, residence on Bell Ave., Bayside, Long Island. Hay barn, looking out

Charles G. Meyer, residence on Bell Ave., Bayside, Long Island. Hay barn, looking in

Agriculture being still the predominant occupation in the Valley, the TVA's (Tennessee Valley Authority) programs included a demonstration of good agricultural practices. The barn shown here was built in the course of such programs and served the double purpose of demonstration and the provision of pasteurized milk for construction employees

House and connected barn. Reedsville, West Virginia

Barn. Reedsville, West Virginia

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