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Veüe et perspective de la Ville de Paris du côté de la porte de la Conference

The conference

The conference between the brothers how to get rich

Continental Congress Broadside, 1777 : [April 14-15 resolves on Committee of Conference meeting with Pennsylvania officials]

Continental Congress Broadside, 1777 : [Resolve of February 15, endorsing New England Conference Report]

John Scott, First Earl of Eldon to Rufus King, October 9, 1801. With Conference Note.

Conference of Arabs at Wady Moosa, Petra March 6th 1839 / David Roberts.

Conference of Kaw Indians (Kansas) with the United States Commission of Indian Affairs

John Burgess to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 09, 1860 (Lincoln elected honorary member of Conference Missionary Society)

The general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, south. Convened in Nashville, Tennessee, on the first day of May 1858 / drawing by A.F. Bellows, New York : engraved by J.C. Buttre, New York.

Ye conference. "Not any we thank you Mr. Davis"

Massachusetts and Rhode Island Christian Conference, Friday, September 11, 1863 (Resolutions)

H. B. Beegle to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, March 31, 1863 (Sends report from New Jersey Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church)

To the loyal citizens of the United States. The day is not far distant when you will be called upon to elect an occupant for the presidental chair ... National conference committee of the Union Lincoln association of New York ... New York, Janua

Abraham Lincoln to Ulysses S. Grant, Tuesday, January 31, 1865 (Copy of Lincoln's telegram regarding Hampton Roads Conference)

House of Representatives, Wednesday, February 08, 1865 (Resolution requesting information on Hampton Roads Conference)

Edwin M. Stanton to Ulysses S. Grant, January 30, 1865 (Hampton Roads Conference)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Telegram concerning Hampton Roads Conference)

Abraham Lincoln to Ulysses S. Grant, Thursday, February 02, 1865 (Copy of telegram concerning Hampton Roads Conference)

Abraham Lincoln to Thomas T. Eckert, Monday, January 30, 1865 (Hampton Roads Conference)

Edwin M. Stanton to Edward O. C. Ord, Sunday, January 29, 1865 (Telegram concerning Hampton Roads Conference)

Abraham Lincoln to Ulysses S. Grant, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Copy of telegram concerning Hampton Roads Conference)

Remarks of Mr. Cyrus W. Field, at the International telegraphic conference, Rome December 28th 1871.

[Presbyterian Conference, Chicago, 1871]

Appeal to the American people. The President having signed the Treaty of the Geneva conference and the Senate having on the 16th instant, ratified the President's action, the American association of the Red Cross, organized under provisions of s

The first visit of William Penn to America - a conference with the colonists

The Colored delegates to the Second Ecumenical Methodist Conference, Washington, D.C., October, 1891 / photographed and copyrighted by C.M. Bell.

General Miles, Shafter, Wheeler returning from the conference with Genral H. Toral which resulted in the surrender of the Province of Santiago de Cuba

[Theodore Roosevelt in conference, Rough Riders military camp, Montauk Point, New York]

Intelligence chiefs, peace conference.

Judge Gray, delegate to Hague Conference

Italians, trade conference

Governors at Governors Conference

Peace Conference at Brest-Litovsk

British & French officers in conference

Portsmouth Peace Conference

Peace conference

Gen. Sumner's conference with sultans of Bayang and Oato, at Camp Vicars, Mindanao, P.I.

Brussells conference, cartel magnate

New York, May 19, 1905. Dear Sir: A conference was held in New York, May 3, 1905, to consider a proposition received from Mr. Andrew Carnegie, to provide funds to promote the simplification of English spelling ....

The Pope-Toledos at Hotel Wentworth, used at peace conference, Portsmouth, N.H., U.S.A., August, 1905

Proceeding to peace conference by steam launch

Scenes and incidents, Russo-Japanese peace conference, Portsmouth, N.H. /

Russian-Japanese Peace Conference building -- Portsmouth, N.H.

[An American cruiser arriving in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference]

Komura and Takahira leaving Wentworth Hotel for peace conference

[An American cruiser arriving in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference]

[Portraits of envoys at the Portsmouth Peace Conference, Baron Komura and Kogoro Takahira (left), M. Witte and Baron Rosen (right), and President Theodore Roosevelt (center). Written at bottom of card "We are fighters for peace"]

Japanese Delegates to Arms Conference, left to right: Denby, Admiral Kato, Prince Tokugawa, and Sec'y Hughes

[Portraits of envoys at the Portsmouth Peace Conference, Baron Komura and Kogoro Takahira (left), M. Witte and Baron Rosen (right), and President Theodore Roosevelt (center). Written at bottom of card "We are fighters for peace"

Japanese Russian Peace Conference, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A., 1905

[Royal Navy armored cruiser arriving in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference]

Attending the Tacna conference

2nd International Labor Conference

WILSON, WOODROW. WITH PAN AMERICAN CONFERENCE

[Portraits of envoys at the Portsmouth Peace Conference, Baron Komura and Kogoro Takahira (left), M. Witte and Baron Rosen (right), and President Theodore Roosevelt (center). Written at bottom of card "We are fighters for peace"]

Newspaper correspondents at Portsmouth Peace Conference 1905

[Postcard with printed words "Russia, Japan, Peace Conference, August 1905" and stamped with the seal of the city of Portsmouth, N.H.]

NATIONAL SHIPPERS CONFERENCE CO__

NATIONAL IMMIGRATIONS CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE

WHITE HOUSE. CONFERENCE ROOM

National Reciprocity Conference

Opening Session of the Conference of the Five Central American countries in the Hall of Americas, Pan American Building. The five countries represented are Guatemala, Honduras, Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica

[An American cruiser being guided by a tugboat past the Statue of Liberty, as it arrives in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference]

[An American cruiser firing its guns in salute as it arrives in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference]

[Postcard with printed words "Russia, Japan, Peace Conference, August 1905" and stamped with the seal of the city of Portsmouth, N.H.]

Second International Labor Conference

[An American cruiser arriving in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference]

[Postcard with printed words "Russia, Japan, Peace Conference, August 1905" and stamped with the seal of the city of Portsmouth, N.H.]

Peace Conference building. Portsmouth Navy Yard, 1905

A Typical Mormon conference, annually in April

Local Delegates to Peace Conference

Opening session of Central American Peace Conference

The peace conference in session

A summer conference at Oyster Bay / Keppler.

National Arbitration and Peace Conference Last Week

Group picture of governors at White House Conference, copyright Harris & Ewing, 1908, Washington / Harris and Ewing

Doorway and tablet, Peace Conference bldg., Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Me.

Cardinal Mercier at Catholic Univ., [Conference of Bishops]

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

[Alice Paul and Mrs. Lawrence Lewis holding a conference, Pauline Floyd, sec., at 14 Jackson Place]

Cardinal Mercier at Catholic Univ., Conference of Bishops

Cardinal Mercier at Catholic Univ., Conference of Bishops

[D.C. Wash. - White House Offices: Conference room with table and ten chairs]

Cardinal Mercier at Catholic Univ., Conference of Bishops

Governor's conference

[Republican National Conference, New York Delegates (women)]

Ill. Conference of M.E. Church, Jacksonville, Ill., Sept. 19, '10

Ill. Conference of M.E. Church, Jacksonville, Ill., Sept. 19, '10

Governor's conference

Col. Roosevelt giving public address at Birmingham, N.C.L.C. Conference. Location: Bir[mingham], Alabama.

Colonel Roosevelt giving public address in Birmingham N.C.L.C. Conference. Location: Birmingham, Alabama.

Col. Roosevelt addressing the crowd at Corey on the occasion of the N.C.L.C. Conference at Birmingham. Location: Bir[mingham], Alabama.

Col. Roosevelt addressing crowd at Ensley, Ala., on the occasion of N.C.L.C. Conference at Birmingham. Location: Bir[mingham], Alabama.

Delegates to Catholic conference, Milwaukee

Col. Roosevelt giving public address N.C.L.C. Conference Birmingham. Location: Bir[mingham], Alabama.

Auto Party at Chicago Conference, Railroad Y.M.C.A., Chicago, Ill., 1912

Come to the Conference on Child Labor at the Board of Trade Auditorium, March 13 to 17, afternoon and evening sessions.

Michigan annual M.E. conference, Battle Creek, Mich., 1913

Miss Kate M. Gordon is president of the Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference, and editor of the "New Southern Citizen." Miss Gordon some years ago visited Oregon and held suffrage meetings in this state. She says concerning party responsibility, "We believe that the first step in our campaign is to get the Democratic Party to commit itself to suffrage. We believe this is an essential step before any of the state legislatures will submit."

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