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A funeral elegy, on the Rev’d and renowned George Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right honorable the Countess of Huntington, &c. Who departed this life at Newbury-Port, on Sabbath morning the 30h. day of September, 1770. AEt. 56. [Boston 1770].

A funeral elegy, on the Revd. And renowned George Whitefield, chaplain to the right honorable the Countess of Huntington, &c. Who departed this life at Newbury-Port, on Sabbath morning the 30th day of September 1770 AEt. 56 [Boston? 1770?].

Chaplain A.A. Harris, U.S.A

Rev. Father Mooney

Chaplain A.A. Harris, U.S.A.

Sunday morning mass. Camp of 69th N.Y. SM

Chaplain G. Winslow, 5th N.Y. Inf.

Chaplain G. Winslow, 5th N.Y. Inf

Hon. John Hyatt Smith of N.Y

Chaplain T. Scully, 9th Mass. Inf

Chaplain S.H. Weston, 7th N.Y.S.M

Rev. Dr. J.P. Newman

Chaplain T. Quinn, 1st R.I. Light Artillery

Chaplain T. Quinn, 1st R.I. Light Artillery

Hon. Thomas Weston Tipton of Neb

Chaplain S.H. Weston, 7th N.Y.S.M

Chaplain J.F. Sutton, 102nd N.Y. Inf. USA

Chaplain S.H. Weston, 7th N.Y.S.M.

Chaplain S.H. Weston, 7th N.Y.S.M.

Chaplain S.H. Weston, 7th N.Y.S.M

Chaplain T. Quinn, 1st R.I. Light Artillery

Chaplain S.H. Weston, 7th N.Y.S.M.

[Portrait of Lt. Bartley Pace Bynum, C.S.A., also Chaplain in the Confederate Army]

Chaplain G. Winslow, 5th N.Y. Inf.

Chaplain J.F. Sutton, 102nd N.Y. Inf. USA

Chaplain G. Winslow, 5th N.Y. Inf

Chaplain T. Quinn, 1st R.I. Light Artillery

[Civil War envelope with message "Soldier's letter" from Cuyler U.S. Army Hospital, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, signed by L. Ward Smith, Hospital Chaplain]

91st New York Volunteers

Sunday morning mass in camp of 69th N.Y.S.M.

[Chaplain Charles A. Fischer of the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / photographed by D. Stuber, Louisville, Ky.

Camp Cameron, Georgetown, D.C., the encampment of the Seventh Regiment New York State Militia ; Service by Rev. Dr. Weston, chaplain of the Seventh Regiment, at Camp Cameron, on Sunday, May 5th, 1861 /

John W. Arthur to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, November 06, 1862 (Arthur's appointment as a chaplain)

[Envelope addressed to Rev. Wm. Banks, Chaplain 4th S.C. Cavalry, (care of Col. Rutledge), Pocotaligo, S.C.; postmarked [Charl]esto[n], S.C.]

Rev. H. M. Turner, chaplain First United States Colored Regiment

Joseph K. Barnes to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, April 30, 1864 (Appointment of hospital chaplain)

Tipton, Hon. Thomas Weston of NEB. Sen. Chaplain of the 1st Nebraska Vol. Inf. 1861-65

Tipton, Hon. Thomas Weston of NEB. Sen. Chaplain of the 1st Nebraska Vol. Inf. 1861-65

Marriage of a colored soldier at Vicksburg by Chaplain Warren of the Freedmen's Bureau

Townsend, Rev. E.D., Chaplain of H. of R

Townsend, Rev. J.L. Episcopalian chaplain of the H. of R. 1875 - 1877

Townsend, Rev. J.L. Episcopalian chaplain of the H. of R. 1875 - 1877

Townsend, Rev. E.D., Chaplain of H. of R.

Steward, T.G

Chaplain David Wilson

Volunteer march [from] The Army chaplain

Kosackenritt galop [from] The Army chaplain

Chaplain A.A. McAllister

The Chaplain, Brooklyn Navy Yard

U.S.S. New York, Chaplain Royce

Milburn, Chaplain

Chaplain Brown of the "Rough Riders" preaching to the regiment

Chaplain Gen. Dr. Jarvis

Chaplain Gen. Dr. Jarvis

Chaplain W.T. Manning

Chaplain Pierre H. Leveque

Chaplain J.K. Oheeron

Bishop Manning

Dickens, Chaplain

MONTGOMERY, J.S. REVEREND

REGAN, T.F. CHAPLAIN

REGAN, T.F. CHAPLAIN

Rev. Henry N. Couden, Chaplain of House of Rep.

Rev. Henry N. Couden, Chaplain of House of Rep

Chaplain Wm. W. Brander, 8th Cavalry

Chaplain Wm. W. Brander, 8th Cavalry

Gen. J. O'Ryan - Blum - Stirez - Genns

Police Chaplains - Blum - Stires - Genns. N.Y.

Gen. J. O'Ryan - Blum - Stirez - Genns

Bishop of Ripon

Kaiser & Dr. Rogge

Police Chaplains - Blum - Stires - Genns. N.Y

Bishop of Ripon

Kaiser & Dr. Rogge

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PALLBEARERS; MINISTERS, REV. COTTON SMITH AND NAVY CHAPLAIN; REV. DR. GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH STANDING AT CAISSON

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PALLBEARERS; MINISTERS, REV. COTTON SMITH AND NAVY CHAPLAIN; REV. DR. GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH STANDING AT CAISSON

German Field chaplain burying French Officer who died in hospital

German Field chaplain burying French Officer who died in hospital

American Red Cross Personnel at Base Hospital #30, Royal, France. Standing-left to right. Miss Mary Rathvon, Hut Directoress, Denver, Col., Chaplain Collier (Protestant) Lexington, Mass., Captain R.S. Mighill, Hospital Representative, N.Y., Chaplain Geo. L. Rice (Catholic) Harrisburg, Pa., Miss Elizabeth Ellicott, Searcher, Philadelphia, Pa. Sitting-left to right. Miss Yvonne Fautrad, Hut Worker, Paris, France. Mrs. Chance Moore, Hut Worker, New York, N.Y. Mrs. Lulie Griffith King, Searcher, Alexandria, Va. Miss Minnie Poulin, Secretary, Warertown, N.Y. Miss Ada Allen, Librarian, Los Angeles, Cal

Officers of 119th F.A. i.e. Field Artillery

Col. J.T. Axton

Father Conley (12th N.Y.)

Chaplain Pierre H. Leveque

Chaplain W.T. Manning

Chaplain J.K. Oheeron

Rev. R.C. Knox

Electing Bishop Manning

Chapl. W.A. Atkinson

COUDON, REV. HENRY. BLIND CHAPLAIN OF SENATE

COUDON, REV. HENRY. BLIND CHAPLAIN OF SENATE

Father Conley (12th N.Y.)

French Chaplain and two French doctors with Norton Harjes (AMERICAN RED CROSS) ambulance near Verdun

Rev. Herb. Shipman addressing recruits

U.S. troops at landing port, France

Rev. Herb. Shipman addressing recruits

Chaplain & stretcher bearers, France

Chaplain & stretcher bearers, France

Military Hospital 1, Neuilly, Rev. Father Wareing, Chaplain ARC writing home for the boys (he was rescued from the Laconia when it was torpedoed)

Lucien Malapert, adopte. Address: 76 Rue Michelet-Le Harve (Seine Guifre) protege of: 1st Battalion 102nd Infantry Care of Chaplain Thomas G. Speers., American Expeditionary Forces

Ward I, Miss Best in charge, showing Chaplain T.R. White A.R.C. of the University of Indiana, and nurses serving hot chocolate etc. American Red Cross Evacuation Hospital No. 114, Fleury-sur-Aisne, Meuse, France

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