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Andrew Jackson to John Caldwell, April 25, 1808

John Caldwell Calhoun to James Bankhead, December 16, 1817

John Caldwell Calhoun to William Allen Trimble, March 7, 1818

John Caldwell Calhoun to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, January 22, 1818

John Caldwell Calhoun to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, January 22, 1818

John Caldwell Calhoun to William Allen Trimble, March 4, 1818

John Caldwell Calhoun to Isaac Shelby, May 13, 1818

John Caldwell Calhoun to Andrew Jackson, March 17, 1818

John Caldwell Calhoun to Daniel Bissell, December 9, 1820

John Caldwell Calhoun to Daniel Bissell, July 18, 1820

John Caldwell Calhoun to Henry Leavenworth, April 10, 1820

Joseph Hopkinson to John Caldwell Calhoun, November 26, 1820

John Caldwell Calhoun to William Bradford, May 12, 1820

John Caldwell Calhoun to Richard Ivy Easter, January 20, 1821

John Caldwell Calhoun to Andrew Jackson, March 9, 1821

James Madison to Charles Caldwell, March 13, 1828.

Andrew Jackson to John Caldwell Calhoun, December 30, 1829

Andrew Jackson to John Caldwell Calhoun, December 22, 1829

Gen. J.C. Caldwell

Map of the Parish of Caldwell, Louisiana : from United States surveys.

John C. Caldwell

[Captain David Thompson of Caldwell Minute Men (later Caldwell LIght Infantry); Company D, 1st Infantry Regiment 4th Division Missouri State Guard; and Company H, 2nd Missouri Infantry Regiment; holding sword]

J.M. Pumphrey to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 04, 1861 (Virginia Republicans recommend Alfred Caldwell for cabinet)

John G. Nicolay to George W. Caldwell, Wednesday, May 01, 1861 (Forming loyal government in Virginia)

[Bv't. Maj. Gen. John C. Caldwell and staff posed in front of tent]

A. H. Caldwell to Anson Stager, Saturday, December 13, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

A. H. Caldwell to Anson Stager, Thursday, September 18, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Fair Oaks, Virginia (vicinity). Gen. John C. Caldwell and staff

Antietam, Maryland. General John C. Caldwell and staff on battlefield

A. H. Caldwell to Anson Stager, Saturday, December 13, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

John D. Caldwell, Tuesday, November 10, 1863 (Printed letter)

Caldwell, Hon. Wm. Parker of Tenn. Presidential Elector on the Democratic ticket of Douglas and Johnson in 1860

Caldwell, Hon. John Henry, M.C. of Ala. 10th ALA Inf. C.S.A.

Caldwell, Hon. J.H. of Ala. M.C.

John D. Caldwell to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 16, 1865 (Requests copy of 2nd Inaugural Address)

Caldwell, Hon. John William of Ky. Private in Confederate Army. Captain of "Logan Grays." Colonel of 9th Ky. Inf. C.S.A.

"For the Constitution". For Governor William W. Holden, of Wake. For Lieut Governor Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke ... [1868].

Caldwell's illustrated, historical, combination atlas of Jefferson County, Pennsylvania /

Caldwell's illustrated, historical, combination atlas of Jefferson County, Pennsylvania /

Caldwell's illustrated, historical, combination atlas of Jefferson County, Pennsylvania /

Caldwell's illustrated, historical, combination atlas of Jefferson County, Pennsylvania /

Map of Caldwell County, Texas /

Map of Caldwell County, Texas /

Lake George from Caldwell

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Caldwell, Noble County, Ohio

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho

Rock Island train at State Line, September 16th 1893. opening of Cherokee Strip, Caldwell, Kansas.

Tea Island from Caldwell shore, Lake George, N.Y.

[Fort William Henry Hotel from Caldwell shore, Lake George, N.Y.]

Bobsledders, ready to go, Caldwell, N.J.

Hay wagons on bobsled road, Caldwell, N.J.

A.J. Caldwell

J.K. Caldwell

Carriage on Bobsled Road, Caldwell, N.J.

Willie W. Caldwell

North from Artillery Point, Caldwell, Lake George, N.Y.

Steinhoff bobsled, for two people, Caldwell, N.J.

[John Caldwell Calhoun, 1782-1850, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Fort William Henry Hotel from Caldwell shore, Lake George, N.Y.

[Caldwell Hart Colt Memorial, Hartford, Conn.]

Caldwell Hart Colt Memorial, Hartford, Ct.

CALDWELL, JOHN. HONORABLE

CALDWELL, JOHN K.

CALDWELL, JOHN. HONORABLE

D.J. Caldwell

Caldwell Hall, C.U.

Birthplace of Grover Cleveland, Caldwell, N.J.

J.L. Caldwell

[Ray Caldwell, New York AL, pitching in exhibition game which was the first game at Ebbets Field, April 5, 1913 (baseball)]

[Ray Caldwell, New York AL, at Polo Grounds, NY (baseball)]

[Ray Caldwell, New York AL, at Ebbets Field exhibition game (baseball)]

CALDWELL, JOHN LAWRENCE. AMBASSADOR TO PERSIA, 1914-. SNAP

CALDWELL, JOHN LAWRENCE. AMBASSADOR TO PERSIA, 1914-. SNAP

C.B. Caldwell

O.H. Caldwell

[Ray Caldwell, New York AL (baseball)]

[Raymond Benjamin Caldwell, Yankee pitcher, full-length portrait, facing right, with right arm extended outward after throwing baseball]

Clinic conducted by the Red Cross and County Health Dept., Caldwell Kansas

Clarence Caldwell Sherrell, 2/22/22

Mrs. F.M. Carter, Secty. of House; Ex Mayor Hugh M. Caldwell, Seattle; Mrs. Stafford

[Mrs. F.M. Carter, Secty. of House; Ex Mayor Hugh M. Caldwell, Seattle; Mrs. Stafford]

Miss Virginia S. Caldwell of Carbondale, Ill.

Federal Radio Board with complete roster holds first meeting in Washington. With the arrival from China of its chairman, Rear Admiral W.H.G. Bullard, Chairman; John F. Dillon and Orestes H. Caldwell

Caldwell Boy, 1928

MRS. ROOSEVELT PRESENTED WITH MAY DAY FLOWERS. IN CELEBRATION OF CHILD HEALTH DAY, SIX CHILDREN ARE SHOWN PRESENTING A MAY BASKET TO MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE LAWN. IN THE PHOTO, L TO R: BETSY SAVIN, 4; MERCER COOK, 3; MRS. ROOSEVELT RITA JOHNSON, 5; DICKIE CALDWELL, 5; TOMMY CALDWELL, 4; AND JOAN PARKER, 3 YEARS OLD

[Erskine Caldwell signing copies of book "Tobacco Road"]

Crowned Queen of Cherry Blossoms. Washington, D.C., April 8. A colorful ceremony which attracted thousands of visitors to the Capital, little Sakiko Saito, daughter of the Japanese Ambassador and Mme. Saito, was crowned Queen of the Cherry Blossoms by Melvin Hazen, Commissioner of the District of Columbia. The festival was held to celebrate the anniversary of the presentation of the Japanese cherry trees to the capital by the citizens of Tokio, Japan during the Taft Administration. With the Queen as shown her two attendants Masako Saito, also a daughter of the Japanese Amabassador, and Barbara Caldwell, American playmate of the two youngsters, 4/8/1937

Hollywood, Caldwell vic., Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Hollywood, Caldwell vic., Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Hollywood, Caldwell vic., Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Gregg Log Cabin, Blowing Rock vic., Caldwell County, North Carolina

Fort Defiance Plantation, Lenoir vic., Caldwell County, North Carolina

Gregg Log Cabin, Blowing Rock vic., Caldwell County, North Carolina

R.B. Caldwell, pres. S.C. co-op.

Hollywood, Caldwell vic., Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Clover Hill, Lenoir vic., Happy Valley, Caldwell County, North Carolina

Clover Hill, Lenoir vic., Happy Valley, Caldwell County, North Carolina

Hollywood, Caldwell vic., Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Gregg Log Cabin, Blowing Rock vic., Caldwell County, North Carolina

Gregg Log Cabin, Blowing Rock vic., Caldwell County, North Carolina