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William Lee to Continental Congress Secret Committee, September 12, 1778, Commercial Treaties with Holland and France; Extract

Commercial treaty with England ... Washington, Nov. 24, 1815.

[ornamental border] Comparative views of New England, New York, and the United States. Commercial, statistical, moral and political. Boston, 1837.

Temperance poem. Dedicated to the noble crew of the United States receiving ship Franklin, at Charlestown Navy Yard and sung in the Boston Baptist Bethen, corner of Lewis and Commercial Streets, Friday evening September 7th, 1849, after the pres

Great inducement to purchasers of carpets! Three larfe stocks united! ... Geo. W. Chapman & Co ... Boston. Commercial printing house, 36 Kilby Street [1858].

Garments made to order ... G. C. Harris & Co. 18 Washington St ... Boston Commercial printing and advertising house, [1859].

McCormick, Hon. Richard Cunningham, Delegate from Arizona and M.C. from N.Y. Served as a correspondent of the New York Evening Post and New York Commercial Advertiser with the Army of the Potomac in 1861-1862. Appointed by Lincoln Secretary of Arizona

Commercial and geographical relation of New York to Europe and Asia, with views of Hong Kong, Honolulu, Aspinwall, Panama, and on the Pacific Railroad

Millions of acres. Iowa and Nebraska. Land for sale on 10 years credit by the Burlington & Missouri River R. R. Co. at 6 per ct interest and low prices ... Buffalo. N. Y. Commercial advertiser printing house [1872].

Illuminations of Boston and Commercial Club Buildings, New Orleans, Mardi Gras, 1898

Crowd waiting for Bryan at Commercial Travelers League, N.Y.C. [New York City]

Commercial Club, Indianapolis, Ind.

[United Commercial Travelers of America building, Utica, N.Y.]

Rio de Janeiro city : Commercial Distric.

Mayor Mitchel & delegates to the Southern Commercial Congress Convention standing on steps of City Hall: Gov. Manning, S.C.; Straus; Dr. de Cespedes, Cuban Minister; Mayor Mitchel; Sen. Fletcher, Fla.; Karavongsi, Siamese Minister; Dr. Porras, Pnama Minis

Commercial might versus divine right / Keppler.

T. Finler (Finlen?) Commercial Barn, Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Commercial Street, Willemstad, Curaçao, W.I.

Commercial Place, Norfolk, Va.

Main Street and Market Square [i.e. Commercial Place], Norfolk, Va.

Chicago Commercial Assn. Banquet, Oct. 7th, 1905

Minsker Young Men's Commercial Athletic Assn. Grand Ball

Wm. Phillips, Asst. Sec. of State, Ignacio Calderon, Minister of Bolivia, Pan Amer. Union 2nd Commercial Conference

[Machine shop in the Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.] / The Commercial Photo Co., Washington, D.C.

Minsker Young Men's Commercial Athletic Club New Year casino banquet

Scene in front of Northern Commercial Co.

Kearney Commercial Club, Kearney, Nebraska

Johnstone Bucks Wind 55 Miles In Return Flight [New York Globe & Commercial Aviation, 28 October 1910]

Large group attending Nebraska State Convention of Commercial Clubs pictured in front of the State Normal Building at Kearney, Nebraska

Commercial Place, Norfolk, Va.

Belmont Park Aviation Meet (continued from first page) [The Globe & Commercial Aviation, 28 October 1910]

Commercial Milling Co. building, Detroit, Mich.

PECK, PAUL. COMMERCIAL AVIATOR. IN GYRO TYPE PLANE SPONSORED BY BERLINER AT MINEOLA, N.Y.

PECK, PAUL. COMMERCIAL AVIATOR. IN CURTISS TYPE PLANE; COLLEGE PARK

Summer home of Pres. Taft, "New England Association of Commercial Executives" "Parramatta", Beverly, Mass., Sept. 13, 1911

Fifth International Congress of Chambers of Commerce and Commercial and Industrial Associations, Boston, U.S.A., 1912

Commercial progress blocked / drawn by Will Crawford.

COMMERCIAL ATTACHES: ALBERT H. BALDWIN, TO LONDON; V.L. HAVENS, TO SANTIAGO, CHILE; ERWIN W. THOMPSON, TO BERLIN; A.I. HARRINGTON, TO LIMA, PERU; DR.ALBERT HALE, TO BUENOS AIRES, ARGENITNA; DR. CHARLES W. A. VEDITZ, TO PARIS. SECRETARY REDFIELD, SEATED, CENTER

COMMERCIAL ATTACHES: ALBERT H. BALDWIN, TO LONDON; V.L. HAVENS, TO SANTIAGO, CHILE; ERWIN W. THOMPSON, TO BERLIN; A.I. HARRINGTON, TO LIMA, PERU; DR.ALBERT HALE, TO BUENOS AIRES, ARGENITNA; DR. CHARLES W. A. VEDITZ, TO PARIS. SECRETARY REDFIELD, SEATED, CENTER

COMMERCIAL ATTACHES: ALBERT H. BALDWIN, TO LONDON; V.L. HAVENS, TO SANTIAGO, CHILE; ERWIN W. THOMPSON, TO BERLIN; A.I. HARRINGTON, TO LIMA, PERU; DR.ALBERT HALE, TO BUENOS AIRES, ARGENITNA; DR. CHARLES W. A. VEDITZ, TO PARIS. SECRETARY REDFIELD, SEATED, CENTER

Wetherby flag day, Thursday, 29th March, 1917. Please help us to give these real necessities / Hassally ; The Commercial Supply Co., 8 Wine Office Court, London, E.C.

The Bank section of Commercial Room in Central High School. See Bliss report. Location: Muskogee, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Vous aussi faites votre devoir : avec toutes vos ressources souscrivez á l'Emprunt. Crédit Commercial de France

Commercial Club entertaining with watermelons and lemonade

Emprunt de la Liberation. Souscrivez. Sté. Gle. de Crédit Industriel & Commercial

Crédit Commercial de France. 4ème Emprunt de la Défense Nationale - 1918. Souscrivez pour la victoire et pour le triomphe de la liberté

There is a Liberty Bond in this house / Commercial Art Class, Maryland Institute.

Pan Amer. Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, Diaz Irizar, Cuba, 1919

Pan Amer. Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, Minister of Cuba, June 1919

Pan Amer. Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, Dr. Leo S. Rowe, Wash. D.C., June 2-6, 1919

Pan American Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, June 2-6, 1919, Salvador Sol. M., Minister of Salvador

Pan American Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, June 2-6, 1919, Charles Morevia, Minister of Haiti

Pan Amer. Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, June 2-6, 1919, Dr. Luis Harroste Toledo, Guatemala, 1919

Wm. Phillips, Asst. Sec. of State, Dr. Juan B. Rojo, Counseler Mexican Embassy, Pan. American Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, June 2-6, 1919

Pan American Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, Manuel Goudra, Minister of Paraguay, June 1919

Pan Amer. Union, 2nd Commercial Conference, Diego Manuel Chamorro, Minister of Nicaragua, [1919]

Commercial St. and Custom House, Boston, Mass / photo by L.H. Abdalian.

Commercial Nat. Bank

Commercial Nat. Bank

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Building. Commercial electric cooking appliances, made for PEPCO on 4th floor

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Building. Commercial electric cooking appliances

A.A. McGill (left) and D.K. Clink, officers of the Internat'l Federation of Commercial Travelers organizations who called at the White House today. They talked of traveling conditions with Pres. Coolidge

Reception to Taft by Cincinnati Commercial Club, [5/30/25]

Secretary of State Charles Evan Hughes, (left), with Senator Borah, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, leaving a two hour executive session on February 2, when both Secretary Hughes and Secretary Hoover were heard regarding the German Commercial Treaty, intended as a model for conventions with other nations

President Coolidge receives merchants, a delegation from the National League of Commercial Merchants who are meeting in Washington were received by President Coolidge at the White House today. In the center of group, left to right: Louis Ludlow; President Coolidge and L.J. Keask, President of the League

Commercial art studio. Books and globe II

Commercial Engineering Co. Network transformer (in government building off Wisconsin Ave., tempo no. 8)

Giv. S Transatlantic [...], Secretary of Commerce Clarence M. Young congratulated Poland by transatlantic telephone on the inauguration of Polish merchant marine service with the United States. In the photograph, right to left, are: Young; T. Nosowiez, director of the Polish department of marine; Clayton Lane, commercial attache of the American embassy in Warsaw [...] Commercial Counselor of the Polish embassy in Washington

Commercial art studio. Books and globe I

AIR MAIL PILOT GETS HIGHEST MEDAL FOR BRAVERY. MAL FREEBURG, COMMERCIAL AIRMAIL PILOT, RECEIVES THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR FROM THE PRESIDENT, AND THUS BECOMES THE FIRST AIR MAIL PILOT EVER TO RECEIVE THIS AWARD FOR ACTS OF BRAVERY DURING PEACE TIMES. FROM THE LEFT: DAVID L. BEHNCKE, PRESIDENT OF THE AIR LINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION; W.W. HOWES, 2ND ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL IN CHARGE OF AIRMAIL; JESSE DONALDSON, DEPUTY TO MR. HOWE; REP. CLYDE KELLEY OF PA; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; PILOT FREEBURG RECEIVING MEDAL AND STEPHEN A. CESLER, SUPERINTENDENT OF AIR MAILS

Commercial center. Greenbelt, Maryland

Sheriff's sale of foreclosed farm. Commercial print purchased from Acme Newspapers, Inc.

[Desks on truck at Commercial National Bank Building]

Commercial aviation

Jaw bone doggling, Wash. D.C. These Democratic party leaders are forming an army of political amazons to go out into the field and fight for the retention of the present administration at the next presidential election. Mrs. Hugh Butler, center, wife of the Commercial Attache at the U.S. Embassy at London, is instructor in a special course of political public speaking. On the left is Mrs. Samuel Herrick, chairman of the Public Speaking program of the Women's division of the National Democratic party, and on the right is Mrs. George M. Eckels, vice president of the Women's National Democratic club, 11/26/35

Commercial canning kitchen near Huntsville, Arkansas

Commercial propaganda. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Left to right: Ernest Kanzler, Universal Credit Co.; Henry Ittleson, Commercial Investment Trust; Senator Prentiss Brown, of Mich.; Edsel Ford, Auto Conference at White House

Murphy creates new office in Justice Department. Woll named Chief. Washington, D.C., Feb. 6. Albert Woll who until today was Special Assistant to the Attorney General, was named by Murphy to head his new Bureau of Commercial Frauds under the Criminal Division. Woll will handle violations of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, 2-6-39

Murphy creates new office in Justice Department. Woll named Chief. Washington, D.C., Feb. 6. Albert Woll who until today was Special Assistant to the Attorney General, was named by Murphy to head his new Bureau of Commercial Frauds under the Criminal Division. Woll will handle violations of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, 2-6-39

[Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, 1908-, half length, seated behind desk, facing slightly left, papers in his hands; as Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics]

Simon Hauson, Chief, Economic and Statistical Division, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

Francis A. Jamieson, Chief, Division of Public Education and Information, and Special Assistant to the Coordinator, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

S. Paul Kramer, Assistant to F.A. Jamieson, Chief of Public Education and Information, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

Nelson A. Rockefeller, Coordinator, and Joseph C. Rovensky, Chief of Finance and Industry, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

William Barclay Harding, Director, Division of Transportation and Aviation, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics. Retains partnership in Smith, Barney and Company, Investment Banking Firm, 14 Wall Street, New York City

A.D. Whiteside, chairman, Commercial Aircraft Group, Division of Priorities, Office of Production Management (OPM)

FIRST LADY INAUGURATES NEW SERIES OF RADIO TALKS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. IN THE FIRST BROADCAST OPENING HER NEW SERIES OF TWICE-WEEKLY INFORMAL RADIO TALKS FOR A COMMERCIAL SPONSOR, MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY SAID HER DESIRE TO ESCAPE A 'FEATHER-BED KIND OF EXISTENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE' WAS ONE OF HER REASONS FOR MAKING EXTENSIVE TRIPS AROUND THE COUNTRY

William Barclay Harding, Director, Division of Transportation and Aviation, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics. Retains partnership in Smith, Barney and Company, Investment Banking Firm, 14 Wall Street. New York City

Commercial aviation

Commercial Street, the main street of Provincetown which runs along the waterfront, including a view of the "Sand Bar Club" and the tourist bus which runs out to the beach. Provincetown, Massachusetts

Arthur Jones, Chief, Business Management Division, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

John S. Dickey, Chief, Planning Division, and Special Assistant to Nelson A. Rockefeller, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

A.D. Whiteside, chairman, Commercial Aircraft Group, Division of Priorities, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Joseph C. Rovensky, Chief of Finance and Industry, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

James W. Young, Director of Communications Division, Office of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

John McL. Clark, Assistant to Carl B. Spaeth (Assistant Coordinator), Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

Dudley Easby, Assistant, Legal Division, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

Dr. Robert C. Caldwell, Chief, Cultural Relations, Office of Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics

Civilian defense. War Emergency Radio Service. Commercial short wave radio transmitter are made into mobile two-way War Emergency Radio Service sets for Civilian Defense by patriotic radio "hams" who not only install and operate the sets, but frequently contribute their own equipment. Powered by the auto battery, these War Emergency Radio Service mobile stations can maintain uninterrupted contact with their control center even if all telephone and power lines are out of operation

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