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Robert Taylor, Mayor, and the Recorder and Aldermen of the Borough of Norfolk to Thomas Jefferson, November 25, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Robert Taylor, Mayor, and the Recorder and Aldermen of the Borough of Norfolk, November 25, 1789

The friend of humanity and the knife-grinder,-scene. The borough, in imitation of Mr. Southey's sapphics,-Vide. Anti-Jacobin, p. 15

No. [4186] Protestant Episcopal Church lottery. This ticket entitles the bearer to such prize as may be drawn against its number, agreeably to the scheme of a lottery for repairing the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Borough of Lancaster. [Si

Public sale of household & kitchen furniture. There will be exposed to public sale on Tuesday the 24th day of August next, at the late residence of Rev. Dr. Breckindidge, in the borough of Canonsburg, a large and splendid assortment of household

Map of the borough of Woodbury, N.J. /

This institution is located on the eastern border of the borough of Pottstown ... Terms by the year ... Robert Cruikshank, principal & proprietor. Pottstown, June 16th, 1864.

[Borough Gardens from south, Dorchester, England]

Bird's-eye-view of the borough of Brooklyn showing parks, cemeteries, principal buildings, suburbs.

Bird's-eye view of the borough of Brooklyn : showing parks, cemeteries, principal buildings, and suburbs /

National Prohibition Park, Westerleigh, borough of Richmond, Staten Island, New York City /

Phillip Lee Borough (goldsborough?)

New York Borough Presidents together: G. McAneny, G. Cromwell, A.E. Steers, C.C. Miller, L.Gresser

View of the borough of Larchmont, New York.

Borough Hall and subway entrance, Brooklyn

Policeman, Bryan & Coler, Borough Hall, Brooklyn

Central library building, Eastern Parkway & Flatbush Ave., Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York West elevation / / Raymond F. Almirall, architect, 185 Madison Ave., New York City.

Tom Vitol (also called Dominick Dekatis) 76 Parsonage Street, Hughestown Burough [i.e., Borough] Works in Breaker #9. Probably under 14. Location: Pittston, Pennsylvania.

Map showing proposed waterfront improvements, terminals & railroad installations : at South Brooklyn, Gowanus Bay, and Erie Basin, borough of Brooklyn /

Group of boys working in #9 Breaker Pennsylvania Coal Co, Hughestown Borough, Pittstown, Pa. In this group were Sam Belloma, Pine Street, Angelo Ross, 142 Panama Street, and others (reported previously). Location: Pittston, Pennsylvania.

Angelo Ross, 142 Panama Street, Hughestown Borough, a youngster who has been working in Breaker #9 Pennsylvania Co. for four months, said he was 13 years old, but very doubtful. He has a brother, Tony, probably under 14 working. Location: Pittston, Pennsylvania.

Group of boys working in #9 Breaker, Pennsylvania Coal Co., Hughestown Borough, Pittston, Pa. In this group were Sam Belloma, Pine Street, Angelo Ross, 142 Panama Street, and others (reported previously). Location: Pittston, Pennsylvania.

Angelo Ross, 142 Panama Street, Hughestown Borough. A youngster who has been working in Breaker #9 Pennsylvania Company for four months, said he was 13 years old, but very doubtful. He has a brother Tony probably under 14, working. Location: Pittston, Pennsylvania.

Bay Side Park, 3d ward, borough of Queens, New York City.

Borough of Queens.

Borough councilman John Bobby playing pinochle in Czecho-Slovak Dramatic Club. Ambridge, Pennsylvania

Mrs. Blossom Kaplitt, of Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, New York (second from left) explains to Brooklyn housewives, whom she has enlisted in tin can salvage drive, how to prepare collected tin cans for the Department of Sanitation trucks. Since March 15th, she has organized twenty-five large apartment houses in the Borough Park section into units for salvage work. In each house a squad of three women, tenants in the apartment, collect once weekly from every housewife, tin cans accumulated during the previous week. In the cellar, each squad processes the cans, removes labels and bottoms, flattens them and deposits them into ashcans and barrels for pickup by department of sanitation trucks. Today twenty-five tons of empty processed cans have been collected through the efforts of Mrs. Kaplitt and other housewives in the territory across the East River. Left to right: Mrs. T. Cohen, Mrs. B. Kaplitt, Mrs. H. Mars, Mrs. T. Rubins

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Sixth grade class in current events in the Lititz Borough Public School. Students are studying about the route to Murmansk, its dangers, and the reason for using it

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Lititz Borough Council in session. Secretary of the borough, Elam Habecker, inspecting his minutes

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Lititz Borough Council in session. Pictures on the back wall are local heroes of the first world war

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Offices of Mr. Elam Habecker (right), a real estate man, and Secretary of Lititz borough. Walter Miller, who has been superintendent of water works for forty-three years, dictating water bills to Habecker, who types them

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Mr. M.C. Demmy, Principal of the Lititz Borough School, and the president of the Chamber of Commerce, in his school office where he has just received a letter from the government asking him to turn in one-third of the school's typewriters

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Honor roll in the hall of the Lititz Borough Public School, showing which classes have 100 percent record for buying war stamps and bonds for the week. During the week of November 12th, out of the 845 children in the school, 780 children bought four hundred seventy-three dollars and ninety-five cents worth of stamps and bonds; two thousand seven hundred twenty-seven dollars and thirty cents worth this year

Lititz, Pennsylvania. State American Legion official making a patriotic speech at the Lilitz Armistice Day gathering. The burgess of the borough (right) and local legionnaires (in background)

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Sixth grade class in current events in the Lititz Borough Public School. Students are studying about the route to Murmansk, its dangers, and the reasons for using it

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Lititz Borough Council in session. Pictures on back wall are local heroes of the first world war. Left is Walter Miller, superintendent of the water works; right is secretary Habecker

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Offices of Mr. Elam Habecker (right), a real estate man, and Secretary of Lititz borough. Walter Miller, who has been superintendent of water works for forty-three years, dictating water bills to Habecker, who types them

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Honor roll in the hall of the Lititz Borough Public School, showing which classes have 100 percent record for buying war stamps and bonds for the week. During the week of November 12th, out of the 845 children in the school, 780 children bought four hundred seventy-three dollars and ninety-five cents worth of stamps and bonds; two thousand seven hundred twenty-seven dollars and thirty cents worth this year

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Elam Habecker, real estate man and Secretary of Lititz borough for the past nine years, arrives at his office at 7:15 to read the paper and listen to war news on the radio. One son is a Lieutenant Commander who was at Pearl Harbor. One daughter is a nurse with the Jefferson unit in Egypt. The hat rack in the corner belonged to General Sutter on whose land gold was found in 1849 in California, who died in Lititz

[Mrs. Constance B. Motley, Lady Borough President]

View of New York City's Manhattan borough, or county-like administrative jurisdiction, from the Brooklyn Bridge, which crosses the East River between Manhattan and the borough of Brooklyn

View of New York City's Manhattan borough, or county-like administrative jurisdiction, from the Brooklyn Bridge, which crosses the East River between Manhattan and the borough of Brooklyn

View of New York City's Brooklyn borough, or county-like administrative jurisdiction, from the Brooklyn Bridge, which crosses the East River between the borough of Manhattan and Brooklyn. One of the oldest roadway bridges in the United States, the span was started in 1869 and completed fourteen years later in 1883

Ladd Field, Fort Wainwright, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Eska Coal Mine, Roof Parts, Wishbone Hill, Sutton, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK

Holy Assumption Russian Orthodox Church Complex, Kenai, Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK

Town Hall, Point Hope, North Slope Borough, AK

George C. Thomas Memorial Library, 901 First Avenue, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Colony Village, Wireck Barn, Alaska State Fairgrounds, Glen Highway, Palmer, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK

United Protestant Church (Presbyterian), Rectory, South Denali Street & East Elmwood Avenue, Palmer, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK

Nike Hercules Missile Battery, Tare Site, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Ladd Field, Birchwood Hangar, Fort Wainwright, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Penn Borough Freight Depot, Penn, Westmoreland County, PA

Cripple Creek, Wanigan, Ester, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Fairbanks Exploration Company, Goldstream Dredge No. 8, Fox, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 1022 First Avenue, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Nativity of the Holy Theotokos Russian Orthodox Church, Priest's House, Afognak Island, Afognak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Borough of Elizabeth Riverfront Park, Market Street at Monongahela River, Elizabeth, Allegheny County, PA

O'Connell Bridge, Sitka Harbor, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Ladd Field, Twelve Apartments-NCO, Fort Wainwright, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Summerseat, Barn, Clymer Street & Morris Avenue (Morrisville Borough), Morrisville, Bucks County, PA

Barn, Cantwell, Denali Borough, AK

Shelter Cabin Nos. 1 & 2, Noatak, Northwest Arctic Borough, AK

Stevens Cabin, Cantwell, Denali Borough, AK

Cripple Creek, Bunkhouses, Ester, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Bailey-Estelle Farm, Glenn Highway & Marsh Road, Palmer, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK

Ladd Field, Bachelor Officer Quarters, Fort Wainwright, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Naval Arctic Research Laboratory, Quonset Huts, Approximately 5 miles Northeast of Barrow, Barrow, North Slope Borough, AK

Kantishna Roadhouse, Cantwell, Denali Borough, AK

Van Gilder Hotel, Seward, Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Second Avenue & Adams Street, Seward, Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK

Japonski Bridge, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Pioneer's Home, Katlian Avenue & Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Borough House, Hooper Tombs, State Route 261 & Garners Ferry Road, Stateburg, Sumter County, SC

Lehigh Canal, Lock 44, North end of Freemansburg Borough, Freemansburg, Northampton County, PA

Russian Bishop's House, School, Lincoln & Monastery Streets, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Town of Prudhoe Bay, Prudhoe Bay, North Slope Borough, AK

Old Bridge, Spanning former branch of Contact Creek near Summer Street, Anaktuvuk Pass, North Slope Borough, AK

Iditarod Trail Shelter Cabins, Summit Shelter Cabin, Skwentna, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK

Ladd Field, Commanding Officer Quarters, Fort Wainwright, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Borough House School Road (Cabin), Stateburg, Sumter County, SC

Third Avenue (House), Seward, Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK

Cripple Creek, Assay Office-Superintendent's Office, Ester, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Fairbanks Command and Data Acquisition Station (FCDAS), 9-& 12-Meter Antenna, East and west of Eisle Road’s intersection with Steese Highway, Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Saints Sergius & Herman of Valaam Russian Orthodox Chapel, Well House, Spruce Island, Ouzinkie, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Farm, Glenn Highway & Scott Road, Palmer, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK

You'll have to hit the bull's eye before you ring the bell. H. P. Such, Machine printer and Publisher, 177, Union Street, Borough, S. E

Sheldon Jackson College, Sage Memorial Building, 801 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Cunningham Street, Barrow, North Slope Borough, AK

Anaktuvuk Pass Settlement Site, Privately owned land within boundaries of Gates of Arctic National Park & Preserve, Anaktuvuk Pass, North Slope Borough, AK

Alaska Court System Building, Agvik & Kiogak Streets, Barrow, North Slope Borough, AK

Pederson Lagoon and Glacier, Seward, Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, Priest's House, Monastery Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Iditarod Trail Shelter Cabins, Seward to Nome, Seward, Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK

Totem Bight Community House, Mud Bight Village, North Tongass Highway, Ketchikan, Ketchikan Gateway Borough, AK

City of Juneau, Juneau, Juneau Borough, AK

Fairbanks Exploration Company, Goldstream Dredge No. 8, Bunkhouse, Fox, Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

Walker Farmstead, West side of U.S. Route 522 at intersection with T-373, .3 mile south of Shirleysburg borough line, Shirleysburg, Huntingdon County, PA

Walker Farmstead, West side of U.S. Route 522 at intersection with T-373, .3 mile south of Shirleysburg borough line, Shirleysburg, Huntingdon County, PA

Walker Farmstead, West side of U.S. Route 522 at intersection with T-373, .3 mile south of Shirleysburg borough line, Shirleysburg, Huntingdon County, PA