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[Palden Thondup Namgyal, King of Sikkim, and Hope Cooke, Queen of Sikkim, in brocaded dress, walking to the Tsuklakhang Main Temple (Palace Temple) during the King's birthday celebration, Gangtok, Sikkim]

Masonic Celebration Committee to Andrew Jackson

Mr. Jefferson's last letter. The following letter is supposed to be the last production of the pen of the illustrious Thomas Jefferson, It was written to the Mayor of Washington, in reply to an invitation to attend the celebration of the Jubilee

Order of performances for the first celebration of the Washington benevolent society of Massachusetts. April 30, 1812 .... Odes, composed for the first celebration of the Washington Benevolent Society of Massachusetts. [Boston 1812].

Order of performances at the third publick celebration of the Washington benevolent society of Massachusetts. April 30, 1814.

Celebration of the ratification of the treaty of peace between the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, at Cambridbe, Feb. 23, 1815. Order of procession ... Order of exercise ... [Cambridge 1815].

Order of the exercises, on the celebration of the anniversary of the nativity of St. John the baptist, at Roxbury, by Washington Lodge. 24th June, A. L. 5817.

Order of exercises for the celebration of the] forty-eighth anniversary of American independence, July - 1824. [Newburyport, Mass.] W. & J. Gilman, printers [1824].

Ode for the canal celebration, written at the request of the printers of New-York. By Mr. Samuel Woodworth, Printer ... The foregoing ode was printed on a moveable stage, on the 4th day of November, 1825 during the procession in honour of the co

Democratic celebration of the third Congressional district. Regular toasts. [13 toasts including toasts to Andrew Jackson, President of the U. S. Martin Van Buren, Vice-president, Pennsylvania and Henry A. Muhlenberg,] [n. p. 183- ].

Printers' ode. Written for the celebration of the French revolution, in the City of Washington, October 28, 1830.

Celebration of American independence by the Boston Sabbath School Union, at Park Street Church, July 4, 1831. Order of exercise.

Toasts for the National Republican Clay celebration of the Fourth of July, 1831 at the City of Washington.

Order of services at the celebration of American independence in the Old South Church, July 4, 1833.

Order of services at the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Lexington. Monday, April 20, 1835.

Rail road celebration, November 18th 1835. [Norwich, 1835].

Order of services at the Centennial celebration of Harvard University, on the 8th of September, 1836.

Programme of the procession at the celebration of the completion of Bunker Hill monument. June 17, 1843.

Water celebration, Boston, October 25, 1848.

Order of exercises for the celebration of the 72d anniversary of American independence by the Presbyterian sabbath school of Georgetown, D. C. ... Georgetown, D. C. De Krafft, printer. High St. [1848].

U.S. Reports: Hallett et al. v. Collins, 51 U.S. (10 How.) 174 (1850)

Celebration of the sons of temperance, July 11, 1850. In the City of Oswego.

Seventh annual celebration of the birthday of Henry Clay, April 12, 1852. The Natal day song. Written and sung by William G. Mickell, Esq. [s. l.]

Quartette from the new opera of the "Whig celebration at Lundy's Lane." Tune "Will you come to the bower"

Order of exercises at the Old South Church, Wednesday, June 16,1852. at the centennial celebration of the separation of Danvers from Salem. Salem Observer Press [1852].

Educational convention and celebration, on the 6th and 7th of September, ‘53 [Program]. [Wilmington] C. P. Johnson, printer [1853].

Hymns and songs for the anti-slavery celebration of the Declaration of Independence, at Framingham, July 4, 1857. Boston, Prentiss & Sawyer, printers, No. 19 Water Street.

Grand Celebration of the Cincinnati Steam Fire Dept. in honor of the opening of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. "A Steamer" of the fire dept. of Cincinnati turning out to a fire; Procession of the steam fire-engines of the Cincinnati Fire Dept., on the occasion of the Opening of the ... Railroad

Grand Celebration of the Cincinnati Steam Fire Dept. in honor of the opening of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. Trial of all the steam engines of Cincinnati on the occasion of the opening of the ...Railroad

Atlantic cable celebration, Walpole. N. H., August 19, 1858. Hymn, to be sung at the conclusion of the exhibition, to the tune of "God save the King."

Hymns and songs for the celebration of British West India emancipation, at Abington, July 31, 1858 ... Boston. Prentiss, Sawyer & company, printers, 19 Water Street.

[Celebration in a Chinese public house]

Congress Washington's Birthday Celebration, Thursday, February 20, 1862 (Printed Order)

Eliza S. Quincy to Mary Todd Lincoln, Friday, January 02, 1863 (Celebration of Emancipation Proclamation in Boston)

Philadelphia, June 7th, 1863. Dear Sir: The Union League in Philadelphia, is desirous that the coming fourth of July should be distinguished by a great national celebration, of a character more extensive and imposing than has ever been presented

Order of exercises at the First Church, Chauncy Place, on the celebration of the 226th anniversary of the ancient and honorable artillery company, June 6, 1864 ... Boston. Wright & Potter, printers. 4 Spring Lane, cor. Devonshire St.

Charles S. Spencer to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 23, 1864 (Telegram requesting toast for New York celebration)

Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, March 25, 1865 (Telegram reporting arrangements for celebration at Fort Sumter)

Celebration of the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia by the colored people, in Washington, April 19, 1866 / sketched by F. Dielman.

Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans, Tuesday, March 6 - Procession of the "Mistick Krewe of Comus" [Epicurean floats]

The widow's home. Celebration of the first anniversary. [Charleston, 1868].

[Celebration of Italian unification in New York City and Italian troops entering Rome]

Fourth of July celebration at Woodstock / from a sketch by C.S. Reinhart.

New York City--The Morse celebration at the Academy of Music, June 10th--Professor Morse manipulating his signature to the message telegraphed by Miss Sadie E. Cornwell

North Carolina centennial celebration of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence .... March 25, 1875.

July 4th, 1876. The centennial celebration in Philadelphia-Richard Henry Lee of Virginia, reading the Declaration of Independence at Independence Square, July 4th / Hyde.

The ballot. dedicated to the Centennial celebration of the United States, in honor of the achievements of the people in the pursuits of the arts of peace and human progression for the period of one hundred years, from 1776 to 1876 by S. A. Holme

July 4th, 1876. The Centennial celebration in Philadelphia - The Seventh regiment, N.G.S. N.Y., passing under the arch in Chestnut Street

New York City--the Chanucka celebration by the Young Men's Hebrew Association, at the Academy of Music, December 16th--scene of the sixth tableau, "the dedication of the temple"

New York - First celebration of President Garfield's recovery

Puck's own Yorktown celebration / J. Keppler.

Celebration of the evacuation of the City of New-York by the British. Order of procession ... New York 1883.

Celebration of the evacuation of the city of New York by the British. Address. To the citizens of New-York ... [New York 1883].

Committee on the celebration of the evacuation of the city of New-York by the British. New York, 1888.

[N.Y.C. - Washington Inaugural Centennial celebration parade; birds-eye view]

23rd St. Arch, Washington Inaugural Centennial Celebration, New York City, April 29th & 30th, and May 1st, 1889

Marble cutters' float, Washington Inaugural Centennial Celebration, New York City, Arpil 29th & 30th, and May 1st, 1889

The Long Island farmer poet on the Columbus celebration from "Long Island News" Flushing, N. Y.) Little Neck, Oct. 1892. Bloodgood H. Cutter.

[Circular announcing the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Society. Philadelphia, 1892].

First Artillery, U.S. Army, passing under 5th Ave. arch, Columbus Celebration, New York, U.S.A. El regimiento lo de Artilleria pasando bajo el arco de la 5ta Avenida, celebración Colombina, Neuva York, E.U.

A fourth of July celebration under difficulties / Dalrymple.

Her Majesty Queen Victoria arriving in London for the Coronation Celebration, June 28th, 1897

Thirtieth Annual Convention and Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration of the National American Woman Suffrage Association

Cheering Governor Roosevelt, Dewey Celebration, New York

One of our victorious naval commanders, Rear Admiral [William Thomas] Sampson [in horse-drawn carriage] - Dewey Celebration, New York

Chicago, Ill., October 14, 1899. To the schools of America: The accompanying souvenir receipt, handed you on this the first anniversary of the celebration of Lafayette Day by the schools of America, is intended as a certificate of co-operation o

Church celebration on account of the enlistment of Macabebes into the United States Army, Macabebe, Philippine Islands

Chinese celebration at Y.M.C.A., N.Y.

[Crowd and celebration in plaza]

Archbishop Farley at St. Pat's Celebration

Police at Celebration

Our young Filipinos in holiday attire at the Fourth of July celebration, Manila, P.I. [holding U.S. flags]

American School, Tokyo, Celebration of Arms Conf.

Chariot race at 4th of July celebration

Joan of Arc celebration

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, carriage of Mrs. F.F. Ingram, Detroit, Mich.]

[Bi-centenary celebration, civic & industrial development, Fire Department, Detroit, Mich.]

[Part of bi-centenary celebration, civic & industrial, Detroit, Mich.]

Floats in civic & industrial parade, Detroit bi-centenary celebration

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, Nume [?] Cadillac's carriage float, Detroit, Mich.]

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, Ladies from Holy Parish Redeemer, Detroit, Mich.]

Mounted Maccabees in Civic & Industrial Parade, Detroit Bi-Centenary Celebration

[The Bi-centenary celebration, civic & industrial parade, police corps, Detroit, Mich.]

Sioux Indians in civic & industrial parade, Detroit bi-centenary celebration

[Part of bi-centenary celebration, civic & industrial, Detroit, Mich.]

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, carriage of Mrs. S.M. Dudley, Detroit, Mich.]

[Bi-centenary celebration, civic & industrial floats, Detroit, Mich.]

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, newsboys' band, Detroit, Mich.]

Merril [i.e. Merrill] Humane Fountain, Detroit Bi-Centenary Celebration

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, carriage of Mrs. D.G. Swift, Detroit, Mich.]

Floats in civic & industrial parade, Detroit bi-centenary celebration

[Detroit, Mich., Bi-Centenary Celebration, Floral Parade, carriage of E. Bonner]

Cadillac's body guard, civic & industrial parade, Detroit bi-centenary celebration

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, Freeman, Delameter Co. float, Detroit, Mich.]

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, automobile of Wm. Metzger, Detroit, Mich.]

City Hall at night, Detroit Bi-Centenary Celebration

[Bi-centenary celebration, floral parade, Ladies of the Maccabees, Detroit, Mich.]

Good Friday celebration, Franciscan church and monastery, Granada, Nicaragua, C. A.

Mass at St. Louis Cathedral in celebration of Louisiana Transfer, 1803-1903

[Citizens' victory celebration]

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