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W. Barry to Andrew Jackson

To Wm. T. Barry. Esq. No. II. Sir-- Few men in the state of your age and standing have exhibited so little stability of character and so complete a devotion to schemes of self- aggrandizement as you have. From your profession to-day, it is impos

Andrew Jackson to W. T. Barry

W. T. Barry to Thomas Jefferson, December 24, 1822

Andrew Jackson to William T. Barry, February 25, 1833

William Taylor Barry to Andrew Jackson, November 24, 1834

William Taylor Barry to John Forsyth, March 22, 1835

Andrew Jackson to W. T. Barry, May 5, 1835

Wm. Barry

Gen. Wm. F. Barry

Barry

McClellan and staff. L to R: Capt. Clark, Gen. McClellan, Capt. Van Vliet, Maj. Barry

Gen. William Farquhar Barry

Barry

Map of counties of Eaton and Barry, Michigan /

Abraham Lincoln from a portrait taken from life by Charles A. Barry, Springfield, Illinois, June 1860 / on stone by J.E. Baker ; J.H. Bufford's Lith. 313 Washington St. Boston.

Gen. Wm. F. Barry

Maj. Barry, 16th U.S. Inf.

Brig. Gen. Wm. F. Barry

Gen. Wm. F. Barry

McClellan and staff. L to R: Capt. Clark, Gen. McClellan, Capt. Van Vliet, Maj. Barry

Brig. Gen. Wm. F. Barry

Gen. Wm. F. Barry

Wm. Barry

Gen. William Farquhar Barry

McClellan and staff. L to R: Capt. Clark, Gen. McClellan, Capt. Van Vliet, Maj. Barry

Brig. Gen. Wm. F. Barry

Artillery Depot, (Camp Barry) near Washington, D.C.

Artillery Depot (Camp Barry) near Washington, D.C.

Bvt. Maj. Gen. W. F. Barry and staff

Yorktown, Virginia. Gen. William F. Barry and friends

Cumberland Landing, Virginia. Seated: Generals, Andrew A. Humphreys, Henry Slocum, Wm B. Franklin, Wm F. Barry and John Newton. Officers standing not indentified

Alfred C. Barry to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 17, 1864 (Requests transfer)

Charles Dickens as he appears when reading / sketched by C.A. Barry.

The wonderful fish, caught near Eastport, Maine, Aug. 3, 1868 / drawn by Charles A. Barry.

Major James M'Laughlin, Sioux Indian agent Dakota - The noted Sioux chief "Rain-in-the-Face" ; Dakota - Council of Sioux Indians, recently held at Standing Rock Agency, to consider the land question - Sitting Bull addressing the council / / photo by Barry.

Sitting Bull's family / D.F. Barry.

... Grant of certain lands to the Barry hospital June 12 1894.- Committed to the Committee of the whole house on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed. Mr McRae,from the Committee on the public lands submitted the following report. [W

Lydia Barry

George Felix & Lydia Barry in "The vaudeville craze"

Richard Barry

Gen. Thos. Barry, in uniform

Admiral E. Barry

Gen. Thos. Barry

John Barry Ryan holding cigarette

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Washburn, Barry County, Missouri.

BARRY, T.H. GENERAL

BARRY, T.H. GENERAL

BARRY, J.D.

BARRY, T.H. GENERAL

BARRY, E.B. ADMIRAL

BARRY, DAVID S.

BARRY, E.B. ADMIRAL

Statue of John Barry, Philadelphia, Pa.

Gen. T.H. Barry, Mrs. Lindley Garrison, Mrs. Barry, Mrs. C.F. Roe

Gen. T.H. Barry and wife

Gen. T.H. Barry, Mrs. Lindley Garrison, Mrs. Barry, Mrs. C.F. Roe

Mrs. E.C. Burges, Mrs. Sarah A. Barry, Mrs. Isabel Berwin, Mrs. D.J. Addams, Miss M. Rothschild, Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Gluck

Rudder, Osterhaus, Barry G.T. Wilson, Hill, Smith, Waldo

[Statue of John Barry, Commodore United States Navy]

Pres't. Wilson -- Barry Mon't [i.e., monument] unveiling

Barry Monument, [Washington, D.C.], unveiling

[Statue of John Barry, Commodore United States Navy]

Ernest Barry

[John Barry Ryan, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing front, holding cigarette]

[Jack Barry, Philadelphia Athletics, baseball card portrait]

Togo at West Point with Gen. Barry

[Monument to John Barry, Commodore, United States Navy]

[Jack Barry, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

BARRY, JOHN. COMMODORE, U.S.N. HIS STATUE UNVEILED, MAY 16, 1914. EXERCISES, PARADE, ETC.

[Jack Barry, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

BARRY, JOHN. COMMODORE, U.S.N. HIS STATUE UNVEILED, MAY 16, 1914. EXERCISES, PARADE, ETC.

BARRY, JOHN. COMMODORE, U.S.N. HIS STATUE UNVEILED, MAY 16, 1914. EXERCISES, PARADE, ETC.

[Stuffy McInnis, Eddie Murphy, Frank Baker, Jack Barry, Eddie Collins, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

BARRY, JOHN. COMMODORE, U.S.N. HIS STATUE UNVEILED, MAY 16, 1914. EXERCISES, PARADE, ETC.

Unveiling Barry Monument

Wilson at unveiling Barry Monument

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Washburn, Barry County, Missouri.

BARRY, JOHN. COMMODORE, U.S.N. HIS STATUE UNVEILED, MAY 16, 1914. PRESIDENT WILSON SPEAKING

BARRY, JOHN. COMMODORE, U.S.N. HIS STATUE UNVEILED, MAY 16, 1914. EXERCISES, PARADE, ETC.

BARRY, JOHN. COMMODORE, U.S.N. HIS STATUE UNVEILED, MAY 16, 1914. EXERCISES, PARADE, ETC.

Bishop Harding at Barry Mon't [i.e., Monument] unveiling

Barry Mon't [i.e., monument]

BARRY, JOHN. COMMODORE, U.S.N. PORTRAIT

[Elaine Miss C. Barry, Irish Pic...]

Elaine Miss C. Barry, Irish Pic[...]

[Jack Barry, Boston AL (baseball)]

[Dick Hoblitzell, Everett Scott, Jack Barry, Larry Gardner, Boston AL (baseball)]

[Babe Ruth, Bill Carrigan, Jack Barry, & Vean Gregg, Boston AL (baseball)]

[John Barry memorial]

D.S. Barry

D.S. Barry

Barry statue unveiling Pres. Wilson speaking, 1917?

Barry statue unveiling, 1917?

Barry statue unveiling, 1917?

Crowd at Barry statue unveiling, 1917?

Barry statue unveiling, 1917?

[Jack Barry, Boston AL (baseball)]

The surrender of Jerusalem to the British, December 9th, 1917. Major Barry, the first British officer to arrive.

Barry statue unveiling, 1917?

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