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To the voters of the 2d Ward, Gentlemen, having seen a handbill signed "A citizen" heaping the vilest abuse, and containing without exception the vilest falsehoods respecting Charles L. Coltman, and asking your votes for Edward Dyer .... therefo

Map exhibiting that portion of the State of Pennsylvania traversed by the surveys for a continuous rail road from Harrisburg to Pittsburg made under the direction of Charles L. Schlatter, c.e. in the year 1839 and 1840.

[Charles L. Scott, Representative from California, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Charles L. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 14, 1860 (Recommendation)

Charles L. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 22, 1860 (Introduction)

Charles L. Bogert to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 28, 1861 (Cover letter)

Charles L. Peck to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 11, 1864 (Telegram reporting Nevada election results)

Residence of Charles L. Low, Harrison Street, San Francisco

Charles L. Davis

[Charles L. Marlatt, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly right]

The late Charles L. Brace of New York

McNARY, CHARLES L. HONORABLE

FAUST, CHARLES L. HONORABLE

UNDERHILL, CHARLES L. HONORABLE

McNARY, CHARLES L. HONORABLE

BOVE [...], CHARLES L. DOCTOR

McNARY, CHARLES L. HONORABLE

BARTLETT, CHARLES L.

FAUST, CHARLES L. HONORABLE

UNDERHILL, CHARLES L. HONORABLE

Sen. Charles L. McNary, Oregon

[Sen. Charles L. McNary, Oregon]

President Coolidge presents Collier Trophy to New York man for most outstanding achievement in aviation for 1927. The much coveted Collier Trophy which is awarded annually for the most outstanding achievement in aviation was presented to Charles L. Lawrence of New York by President Coolidge at the White House today. Mr. Lawrence is the builder and designer of the famous whirlwind motors and was awarded the Trophy for 1927 for his development of them. President Coolidge is on the left in the photograph and Mr Lawrence on the right. Army and Navy Air Corps officials are shown in the background

[Group at NBC microphone; Charles L. McNary, left]

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

[Charles L. McNary at desk]

[Charles L. McNary at desk]

They investigate [...] Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg (R. of Mich) and Sen. Charles L. McNary (R of Ore) make a special investigation at Tuesday's com. hearing of Territories and Insular affairs in the Senate office building, with reference to the Virgin Islands

[Charles L. McNary]

[Group at White House; Charles L. McNary? center and William Borah, right]

[Charles L. McNary, left]

[Charles L. McNary, right]

[Charles L. McNary at desk]

[Charles L. McNary, 2nd from right]

[Charles L. McNary, right]

[Charles L. McNary and wife?]

[Joseph T. Robinson, 2nd from right; Charles L. McNary, right]

[Charles L. McNary and ?]

Charles L. Stillman, residence in Fairfield, Connecticut. Entrance detail

Rep. Charles L. Gerlach of Pa., Sept. 1939

Charles L. Stillman, residence in Fairfield, Connecticut. Living room, to fireplace

Charles L. Stillman, residence in Fairfield, Connecticut. Hall

Charles L. Stillman, residence in Fairfield, Connecticut. Rear, sharp

Charles L. Stillman, residence in Fairfield, Connecticut. Rear, general

Charles L. Stillman, residence on Hall's Farm Rd., Fairfield, Connecticut. Entrance facade, from center

Charles L. Stillman, residence on Hall's Farm Rd., Fairfield, Connecticut. Entrance facade, sharp, from left

Charles L. Stillman, residence in Fairfield, Connecticut. Dining room

Charles L. Stillman, residence on Hall's Farm Rd., Fairfield, Connecticut. Entrance detail

Mr. Charles L. Sheldon

Charles L. Stillman, residence on Hall's Farm Rd., Fairfield, Connecticut. Entrance facade, from right I

Mr. Charles L. Sheldon

Charles L. Stillman, residence on Hall's Farm Rd., Fairfield, Connecticut. Entrance facade, from right II

Charles L. O'Reilly, residence at Hampshire House, Central Park South, New York City. Living room, to dining table

Charles L. O'Reilly, residence at Hampshire House, Central Park South, New York City. Foyer

Charles L. O'Reilly, residence at Hampshire House, Central Park South, New York City. Living room, to fireplace

Charles L. O'Reilly, residence at Hampshire House, Central Park South, New York City. Living room, to sofa

Charles L. O'Reilly, residence at Hampshire House, Central Park South, New York City. Bedroom, to dressing table

Charles L. O'Reilly, residence at Hampshire House, Central Park South, New York City. Bedroom, toward beds

Charles L. O'Reilly, residence at Hampshire House, Central Park South, New York City. Dining table to pantry

Charles L. O'Reilly, residence at Hampshire House, Central Park South, New York City. Library

Will run senate machine while Vice President Garner is absent. Washington, D.C. June 14. While Vice President Garner is vacationing in Texas during the next few weeks, Senator Key Pittman, President Pro Tem will preside over the Senate. Senator Pittman is shown with other officers of the Senate as the session opened this morning. Left to right: Chesley W. Jurney, Sergeant at Arms; Leslie L. Biffle, Secretary to the Majority; Charles L. Watkins, Parliamentarian and Journal Clerk; John C. Crockett, Cheif Clerk; Senator Key Pittman; Emery L. Frazier, Legislative Clerk; and Col. Edwin A. Halsey, Secretary. 6/14/37

The ball goes out and the game is on. Washington, D.C., April 21. Baseball really isn't ushered in until the ceremony of throwing out the ball is accomplished. Vice President John Garner did the honors today in the absence of President Roosevelt. Left to right. Senators Pat Harrison, Robert Lafollette Jr., Charles L. McNary, Carter Glass, the Vice President, Bucky Harris who manages the Washington Senators, Postmaster General James A. Farley, N.Y. Yankees' Manager Joe McCarthy. Senator Allen J. Ellender is standing behind the Vice President

James Watson Webb and George C. Bates to Charles L. Wilson, Wednesday, June 09, 1858 (Printed Extract)

James Watson Webb and George C. Bates to Charles L. Wilson, Wednesday, June 09, 1858 (Printed Extract)

James Watson Webb and George C. Bates to Charles L. Wilson, Wednesday, June 09, 1858 (Printed Extract)

James Watson Webb and George C. Bates to Charles L. Wilson, Wednesday, June 09, 1858 (Printed Extract)

James Watson Webb and George C. Bates to Charles L. Wilson, Wednesday, June 09, 1858 (Printed Extract)

James Watson Webb and George C. Bates to Charles L. Wilson, Wednesday, June 09, 1858 (Printed Extract)

James Watson Webb and George C. Bates to Charles L. Wilson, Wednesday, June 09, 1858 (Printed Extract)

Charles L. Huger House (Ironwork), 154 South Conception Street, Mobile, Mobile County, AL

Charles L. Huger House (Ironwork), 154 South Conception Street, Mobile, Mobile County, AL

[Charles L. Herzog, Boston Rustlers, baseball card portrait]

[Charles L. Herzog, Boston Rustlers, baseball card portrait]

Letter from Mrs. Charles L. Shattuck to Alexander Graham Bell, March 31, 1887

Letter from Mrs. Charles L. Shattuck to Alexander Graham Bell, March 31, 1887

Charles L. Davis to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 06, 1861 (Seeks position as Lincoln's coach driver)

Charles L. Davis to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 06, 1861 (Seeks position as Lincoln's coach driver)

Charles L. Armour to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 02, 1863 (Sends chair)

Charles L. Armour to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 02, 1863 (Sends chair)

Charles L. Fleischmann, June 1862 (Biographical sketch)

Charles L. Fleischmann, June 1862 (Biographical sketch)

Charles L. Fleischmann, June 1862 (Biographical sketch)

Charles L. Fleischmann, June 1862 (Biographical sketch)

Charles L. Fleischmann, June 1862 (Biographical sketch)

Charles L. Fleischmann, June 1862 (Biographical sketch)

Charles L. Fleischmann, June 1862 (Biographical sketch)

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L. Wilson Residence, 307 Forty-second Street, Campion, Larimer County, CO

Charles L'Agrvy Lelliere to Thomas Jefferson, December 27, 1803, in French

Charles L'Agrvy Lelliere to Thomas Jefferson, December 27, 1803, in French

Charles L. Bernays to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 02, 1864 (Protests conduct of General Rosecrans)

Charles L. Bernays to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 02, 1864 (Protests conduct of General Rosecrans)

Charles L. Bernays to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 02, 1864 (Protests conduct of General Rosecrans)