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[First chapter of Spiritalium liber; with decortated initial C. in which baby holds a staff and rope with weight at end, possibly engineering tools]

[Chapter opening with illustration of man heating and hammering iron bar aligned in north-south orientation to magnetize it, decorated initial H and two cherubs, and surrounding text]

[Illustration for chapter one of L'art de jetter les bombes showing a man standing amid artillery shooting cannon balls]

[First chapter opening of Methodus inveniendi ...; with headpiece of sphinxes, cherubs, and open book with crossed trumpets, and decorated initial M showing stormy sea]

Title IV, of the King; Chapter I, Of the Inviolability of the King...

Belshazzar's feast--A monarch's revel and a nation's ruin--Daniel, Chapter V

The charter of nations. This charter is found in the twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth verses of the twelfth chapter of Zechariah's prophecies ... [New York? c. 1856].

City of Boston. Public library. The subscriber hereby gives notice that, in compliance, with the requirement of the fourteenth article of the second chapter of the rules and regulations of the Public Library, all books must be returned on or bef

Delaware lotteries. $28.000! Consolidated lottery of Delaware authorized by "An act for the encouragement of internal improvements in the State of Delaware." Chapter DVII. Passed at Dover, January 26, 1859. Wilmington, Del. Gootee & Co. 1

[Martha Finley's Elsie Dinsmore, Chapter ten]

Topographical map made from surveys by the commissioners of the Department of Public Parks of the city of New York of that part of Westchester County adjacent to the City and County of New York embraced in chapter 534 of laws of 1871 as amended by chapter 878 of laws of 1872 /

Notice! Particular attention is called to the following statute of the General laws of Massachusetts: Chapter 1t1, Section 66 ... James Reid, Chairman of the selectmen. James A. Bancroft. Chairman of the road commissioners. Reading, December 24t

Registration! An accordance with the provisions of Chapter 251 of the act of 1878, notice is hereby given to all persons desiring to register their names as voters, to present themselves for registration ... Selectmen of Reading. Reading. Oct. 9

The Dean Stanley memorial. It having been suggested, at the late meeting held in the Chapter house of Westminister Abbey, on the birthday of Dean Stanley, December 13, 1881, at which our American minister, M5. Lowell, was one of the speakers, th

Registration. In accordance with the provisions of chapter 251, of the acts of 1878, notice is hereby given to all persons desiring to register their names as voters, to present themselves for registration ... Selectmen of Reading. Reading, Marc

An act in relation to minerals. An act to amend Sections 81, 85 and 86 of article 18, Chapter 12 of the compiled laws ... Approved Dec. 15, 1883. D. W. Busyhead Principal Chief Tahtequah. 1883.

The charity pagoda surrounded by the 733 little pagodas each containing a chapter of the Buddhist law engraved on a marble slab

The last chapter

The evening chapter

George H. Broadhurst's new American play, The last chapter a comprehensive production and significant cast.

Copyright- Costa Rica. By the President of the United States of America. A proclamation Whereas it is provided by section 13 of the act of Congress of March 3, 1891, entitled "An act to amend title sixty, chapter three of the revised statutes of

George H. Broadhurst's new American play, The last chapter a comprehensive production and significant cast.

George H. Broadhurst's new American play, The last chapter a comprehensive production and significant cast.

George H. Broadhurst's new American play, The last chapter a comprehensive production and significant cast.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency W. Murray Crane, Governor: a proclamation. Complying with the provisions of chapter 32 of the Resolves of 1886, I hereby designate Saturday, the twenty-eighth day of April, now current, as Arbor d

BIBLE. EZEKIEL, CHAPTER 33

Red Cross: A.R.C. Canteen, S.E. Penna. Chapter

Noble Saine [?] Mt. Pleasant Chapter

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Eugene N. Foss, Governor: A proclamation in accord with Chapter 328 of the Acts of 1905, I hereby set apart Monday, February 12, as Lincoln Day ... Witness ... this twenty-ninth day of January

Back of Chapter and Branch Headquarters. Desk of Chapter. It is planned to use this room as a community Center for meetings, etc

Chapter headquarters, including the home service department, and salvage and shop department of the Merced chapter

Wash. Cathedral group. Bd. Directors, Md. DAR chapter

Wash. Cathedral group. Bd. Directors, Md. DAR chapter

Illinois daughters attending D.A.R. Convention. After a luncheon at the Willard Hotel in Washington today, this group of Illinois Daughters of the American Revolution attending the forty-first continental congress, posed for this photograph. In the front row, left to right: Mrs. Arnold Fernsted; Mrs. David J. Peffers, Illinois State Regent; Mrs. Frederick C. Barnett, Regent, Peoria Chapter; Mrs. Henry M. Pindell; Mrs. John H. Roth; Mrs. Electa B. Spangler; Mrs. John G. Oglesby. Back row, left to right: Miss Mary Knapp; Mrs. Frederick Albertson; Mrs. John Neilson; Mrs. H.C. Blanchard; Mrs. Charles L. Wilson; Mrs. William E. Hull, wife of Congressman Hull; and Mrs. Nathan B. Hendee, 4/19/32

Juliet gown. Mrs. Nelson Elgin wearing a Juliet gown at the style show sponsored by the Dorthy Hancock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Raleigh Hotel. The gown is black and white with an ermine hood. 10/23/35

Cocktail dress. Miss Polly Wayne Wirgman modeling a cocktail dress of seal with a high neck and a three quarter jacket. The style show was sponsored by the Dorothy Hancock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and was held at the Raleigh Hotel. 10/23/35

Evening gown. Miss Jean Gilbert modeling a green crepe sari evening gown at the style show sponsored by the Dorothy Hancock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Raleigh Hotel. 10/23/35

Diplomat model. Miss Amelita Alfaro, daughter of the minister of Panama modeling an evening gown of black velvet and white starched lace collar at the style show sponsored by the Dorothy Hancock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Raleigh Hotel. 10/23/35

Tea dress. Miss Frances Glover shown in a tea dance dress of red flat crepe. The style show was sponsored by the Dorothy Hancock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Raleigh Hotel. 10/23/35

CHIEF EXECUTIVE ANSWERS RED CROSS ROLL CALL. WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 20. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ANSWERED THE AMERICAN RED CROSS 1937 ROLL CALL TODAY AND WAS ENROLLED BY MISS HEBE REYNOLDS, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA RED CROSS CHAPTER, AT THE WHITE HOUSE. MISS REYNOLDS IS THE DAUGHTER OF MAJ. GEN. CHARLES R. REYNOLDS, SURGEON GENERAL OF THE U.S. ARMY. ON THE LEFT IS ADMIRAL CARY T. GRAYSON, CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS

Prosymna The Helladic settlement. preceding the argive heraeum. by Carl W. Blegen. With a chapter on the jewellery and ornaments ... Edition limited to 350 copies 1937. Published at $35.00. Our special price $18.50. G. E. Stechert

Committee from local chapter of UCAPAWA (United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing, and Allied Workers of America) meeting with FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisor to request work grants, food or loans for sharecroppers and tenant farmers in the county. Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Conference of officials of local chapter of UCAPAWA (United Cannery, Agricutural, Packing, and Allied Workers) of America in Tabor, Creek County, Oklahoma. Pomp Hall, who is leaning on table at right, is an active leader in the union and in his community among both whites and Negroes. See general caption number 23

Conference of county FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisors and officials of local chapter of UCAPAWA (United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America), headed by state representative to national organization. The union is asking for food, loans and work for local sharecroppers and tenant farmers. Creek County, Oklahoma

Meeting of local chapter of UCAPAWA (United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing, and Allied Workers of America). Bristow, Oklahoma

Officials of local chapter of UCAPAWA (United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing, and Allied Workers of America) agricultural union, looking over newspaper clippings. Creek County, Oklahoma

Negro mother and child at local chapter meeting of UCAPAWA (United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing, and Allied Workers of America). Bristow, Oklahoma

Food, with no time lost! That's the purpose of this Red Cross canteen unit. This unit of the New York Red Cross chapter is so organized that it can feed victims of any disaster anywhere in New York City within two hours

Washington, D.C. Mr. Lund, who is the head of the District Red Cross, at his desk in the District chapter house

Washington D.C. Mr. Lund, who is the head of the District Red Cross, dropped in at the District chapter house where a Norwegian unit of the Red Cross was wrapping bandages

Washington, D.C. Mr. Lund, who is the head of the District Red Cross, at his desk in the District chapter house

Washington, D.C. Mr. Lund, who is head of the District Red Cross, dropped in at the District chapter house, where a Norwegian unit of the Red Cross was wrapping bandages

York, South Carolina. York Red Cross workers agreed to furnish four dayrooms at Fort Jackson, ninety miles from York; they sent out a call for discarded household furnishings, repaired and repainted them in the rear of a Main Street store. Shown here, left to right, are: Mrs. Emil Montgomery, Mrs. Annie O'Leary, Mrs. George Smith (sewing), Mrs. Nearl Hanks, (at radio), Mrs. R.B. Hilderbrand, wife of the Mayor, (kneeling at a chair), And Mrs. W.W.Harrison, chairman of Camp and hospital service. The chapter

Lithuanian chapter of Red Cross. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Oswego, New York. Miss Marian C. Mackin, executive secretary of the Oswego County chapter of the American Red Cross

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Lithuanian chapter of Red Cross

Lithuanian chapter of the Red Cross at work finishing sweaters. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Code of Federal Regulations: Period Of Limitations In Case Of Related Taxes Under Chapter 1 And Chapter 2 Of The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1944)

"She dotes on ruffles and frills" Chapter VII /

[Rev. L. Francis Griffin, head of a local NAACP chapter in Farmville, Prince Edward County, Virginia, half-length portrait, facing front] / TOH.

[Rev. L. Francis Griffin, head of a local NAACP chapter in Farmville, Prince Edward County, Virginia, half-length portrait, facing front] / TOH.

This old tollhouse on Main Street in Barboursville, West Virginia, took payments along the land portion of the old, 1800s-vintage James River & Kanawha canal-road turnpike through town. It was refurbished by the area Daughters of the American Revolution chapter in 1950

Judge Blackstone in the 2d Chapter of the first Book of his Commentaries, speaking of Parliament says, It is a matter most essential to the liberties of this kingdom, that such members be delegated to this important trust ... [n. p. n. d.].

Adding prize winner. Washington D.C. In a speed and accuracy contest for adding machine operators last night, William A. Offutt of the Washington Loan and Trust Company, was declared winner over a field of 30 contestants. The contest was sponsored by the Washington Chapter, American Institute of Banking

The third chapter of Saul the Shulamite ... Printed for Charles Prosser. [n. p. n. d.].

Dr. Walter Granger of the American Museum of Natural History in New York who was principal speaker, Capt. Hertford Cowling, Secretary of the Washington Chapter of the Explorers' Club, and Carl Loman, Reindeer King of Alaska at the dinner of the Washington Chapter of the Explorer's Club at the University Club

Wells Cathedral: stairway to Chapter House

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920

New York state franchise tax on business corporations, chapter 726, laws of New York 1917, approved June 4, 1917 as amended by chapter 271, laws 1918, chapter 276, laws 1918, chapter 292, laws 1918, chapter 417, laws 1918, chapter 138, laws 1919, chapter 628, laws 1919, chapter 113, laws 1920, chapter 640, laws 1920