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Religious worship. Chapman (large) Hall is open every Sunday morning, afternoon and evening for religious worship. Preaching at 10.5 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M., by Rev. Edwin Burnham ... Come and worship the Lord with us, when you may be

Col. George S. Burnham, 22nd Conn. Inf.

Col. George S. Burnham, 22nd Conn. Inf.

Col. G.S. Burnham, 22nd Conn. Inf.

Fort Burnham (previously Confederate Fort Harrison)

[Fort Burnham, formerly Confederate Fort Harrison, James River, Virginia, with man on horseback and tents in background]

[Fort Burnham, formerly Confederate Fort Harrison, James River, Virginia, with bombproof quarters(?) in foreground, soldiers, log buildings in background]

Bomb proof quarters at Ft. Burnham. The sides and top are 7 feet thick, contains two rooms, sleeping and cooking

The first ecumenical council of Nice; a world's Christian convention. A. D., 325 By Dean Dudley 8 vo. Price $1.00 A liberal discount made to the trade. Published by T. O. H. O. Burnham, 143 Washington Street, Boston. Opinions of the Press

Sumner Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 10, 1862 (Telegram)

[Unidentified man] / T. R. Burnham, photographer. 247 Washington Street, Boston.

Works of Eaton, Cole & Burnham Co., Bridgeport, Conn. / Wils. Porter, del., '81. ; Charles Hart, lith., 26 Vesey St., NY.

Works of the Eaton, Cole & Burnham Co., Bridgeport, Conn.

[Watch Burnham, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Burnham Beeches, London and suburbs, England]

C.B. Burnham

Major F.R. Burnham

Viscount Burnham

Henry Eben Burnham, 1844-1917

Birds eye view of Burnham and Yeagertown, Mifflin Co., Pa. 1906.

F.K. Burnham of "Dixie IV" Syndicate

[Derrill Burnham "Del" Pratt, St. Louis Browns baseball player, wearing uniform, standing in position to receive thrown baseball]

Some of the anti-suffrage leaders who took 1200 people up the Hudson for their Decoration Day picnic : L to R: Mrs. George Phillips, Mrs. K. B. Lapham, Miss Burnham, Mrs. Everett P. Wheeler, Mrs. John A. Church.

Lord Burnham

Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A.; 82nd Division in review, honoring Mrs. Jno. B. Gordon, Brig. Gen. Burnham commanding

82nd Division review in honor Mrs. J.B. Gordon, Brigadier General Burnham commanding, Camp Gordon, Ga.

Capts. C.T. Brooks & L.W. Burnham, Marine aides to President, [1/12/25]

Two Navy wives, Eva Herzberg and Elve Burnham, entered war work after their husbands joined the service, Glenview, Ill. They assemble bands for blood transfusion bottles at Baxter Laboratories. Mrs. Burnham is the mother of two children

Two Navy wives, Eva Herzberg and Elve Burnham, entered war work after their husbands joined the service, Glenview, Ill. They assemble bands for blood transfusion bottles at Baxter Laboratories. Mrs. Burnham is the mother of two children

Production. Blood transfusion bottles. Two Navy wives, Eva Herzberg and Elve Burnham, entered war work after their husbands joined the service. They assemble bands for blood transfusion bottles at Baxter Laboratories, Glenview, Illinois. Mrs. Burnham is the mother of two children

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay. Rear facade II

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay. Guest room

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay. Living room I

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence on Cove Rd., Oyster Bay, Long Island. Forecourt from gallery

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay. Dining room

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence on Cove Rd., Oyster Bay, Long Island. Forecourt from entrance passage

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay. Bedroom from door

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay. Looking out front door

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay. Living room, to gallery

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay, Long Island. Library, to window

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay, Long Island. Entrance hall

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence in Oyster Bay, Long Island. Library, to bookcases

Architectural details of Daniel Burnham's 1910 Peoples Gas Building, then a state-of-the-art office tower in Chicago, Illinois

Staircase in the Monadnock Building, designed by the Chicago firm of Burnham and Root in 1889. Chicago, Illinois

American System-Built Homes, 2728-30 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI

The elective franchise. The argument of Carrie S. Burnham ... To be had of agents, or E. M. Davis, President Citizen's suffrage association 333 Walnut Street. [Philadelphia, n. d.].

Brig. Gen. Hiram Burnham

Capts. C.T. Brooks & L.W. Burnham, Marine aides to President, 1/12/25

American System-Built Homes, 2732-34 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI

American System-Built Homes, 2714 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI

American System-Built Home, 2714 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI

American System-Built Home, 2714 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI

American System-Built Home, 2714 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI

American System-Built Home, 2714 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI

Mrs. R. A. Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 24, 1864 (Seeks release of relative from Confederate prison)

Mrs. R. A. Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 24, 1864 (Seeks release of relative from Confederate prison)

Mrs. R. A. Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 24, 1864 (Seeks release of relative from Confederate prison)

Mrs. R. A. Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 24, 1864 (Seeks release of relative from Confederate prison)

Frederick G. Burnham to Andrew Jackson, December 13, 1843

Frederick G. Burnham to Andrew Jackson, December 13, 1843

Frederick G. Burnham to Andrew Jackson, December 13, 1843

Chapin's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Fort Burnham, formerly, Confederate Fort Harrison, near James River

Chapin's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Fort Burnham, formerly, Confederate Fort Harrison, near James River

[Fort Burnham, Va. Encampment and earthworks]

[Fort Burnham, Va. Encampment and earthworks]

[Fort Burnham, Va. Encampment and earthworks]

Chapin's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Fort Burnham, formerly Confederate Fort Harrison, near James River

Chapin's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Fort Burnham, formerly Confederate Fort Harrison, near James River

Granite plants on Burnham's Meadow, Barre, Vt.

Granite plants on Burnham's Meadow, Barre, Vt.

George Burnham House, 3401 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

George Burnham House, 3401 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Burnham Tavern, High Street, Machias, Washington County, ME

Chapin's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Fort Burnham, formerly, Confederate Fort Harrison, near James River

Chapin's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Fort Burnham, formerly, Confederate Fort Harrison, near James River

James Burnham to Thomas Jefferson, February 15, 1803

James Burnham to Thomas Jefferson, February 15, 1803

Samuel Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, May 04, 1864 (Requests books)

Samuel Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, May 04, 1864 (Requests books)

Samuel Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, May 04, 1864 (Requests books)

Samuel Burnham to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, May 04, 1864 (Requests books)

[Fort Burnham, Va., vicinity. Camp of the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry near the battlefield of Oct. 29, 1864]

[Fort Burnham, Va., vicinity. Camp of the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry near the battlefield of Oct. 29, 1864]

[Fort Burnham, Va., vicinity. Camp of the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry near the battlefield of Oct. 29, 1864]

Andrew Jackson Burnham to Andrew Jackson, April 14, 1845

Andrew Jackson Burnham to Andrew Jackson, April 14, 1845

Andrew Jackson Burnham to Andrew Jackson, April 14, 1845

The Pennsylvania Railroad's Union Station, Washington, D.C. / D. H. Burnham & Co., architects, Chicago, Ill. ; engraved by the John A. Lowell Bank Note Co.

The Pennsylvania Railroad's Union Station, Washington, D.C. / D. H. Burnham & Co., architects, Chicago, Ill. ; engraved by the John A. Lowell Bank Note Co.

American System-Built Homes, 2720-22 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, WI