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George Baillie to Virginia Congressional Delegates, May 21, 1723. Pay Warrant.

Unknown to James Madison, June, 1790. Note on Pennsylvania Congressional Delegates.

To the freeholders of the Congressional district composed of the counties of Spotsylvania, Orange, Louisa and Madison. Fellow citizens: In compliance with the wishes of some of the inhabitants of the district, I inform you of my intention to bec

To the voters of the eighth Congressional district. Fellow Citizens: it has become necessary for me to publish a circular, in addition to the one already before the people for the purpose of correcting some erroneous impressions which have been

Circular--- No. IV. To the voters of the second Congressional district of Tennessee. Fellow-Citizens:- When I wrote my "Circular- No. III" I suspected that Mr. Lea would delay the publication of his answer to so late a period that I should not h

Democratic celebration of the third Congressional district. Regular toasts. [13 toasts including toasts to Andrew Jackson, President of the U. S. Martin Van Buren, Vice-president, Pennsylvania and Henry A. Muhlenberg,] [n. p. 183- ].

Fourth appeal to the free and independent voters of Congressional district No. 9 ... Holliston, July 20th, 1833.

To the voters of the fifth Congressional district of Indiana. Composed of the Counties of Fayette, Wayne, Union, Henry, Randolph, Delaware, Grant, Huntingdon, Allen and La Grange ... Jonathan M'Carty. Washington City, March 5th, 1835.

Antimasonic address to the anti-masonic voters of Norfolk County and the ninth Congressional district of Massachusetts. [1835?].

Supplement to the Globe. Prospectus of the Congressional Globe. Washington City October 1, 1835.

The truth: or, A review of a circular addressed "To the electors of the Western Congressional district." [184-].

A map showing the Congressional districts of Massachusetts as established by the Act of Sept. 16, 1842 /

To the independent voters of the Congressional districts of Barnwell, Richland, Lexington and Orangeburg:-- Fellow citizens: The Hon. S. H. Butler having resigned his seat in Congress, you will be called on the choose a representative, on the fi

To the electors of the Western Congressional district. The Hon. Wilkins Updike, of South Kingstown, is now a candidate to represent you in the next Congress of the United States ... A Citizens of Narragansett. [1847].

Specimen of index to reports of committees & executive documents, from the first to the thirtieth Congress inclusive. Navy ... The above outline of my plan for an index to the Congressional documents contemplated and proposed in my memorial to b

To the Whigs of the first Congressional district. The undersigned, Whigs of the Town of Hartford, being convinced that the late convention held in this city, to nominate a Whig candidate for the First Congressional District, did not, in its comp

A Congressional Scene

Abraham Lincoln, November 1858 (List of Votes by County, Illinois Ninth Congressional District, 1856 and 1858)

Illinois 9th Congressional District, November 1858 (Statement of the vote of Ninth Congressional District for the President in 1856 and Congressman in 1858)

Congressional row, in the U. S. House of Representatives, midnight of Friday, February 5th, 1858

The real "irrepressible conflict"--[See Congressional debates]

The cost of a rebel peace. Plain words for working-men ... New York. Printed for the Union Executive Congressional committee by John A. Gray & Green [186-?].

Congressional surgery. Legislative quackery

Circular. Fellow-citizens of the fifteenth Congressional district. Traitors in arms seek to overthrow our constitution and to seize our Capital. Let us go and help to defend them .... Jas. B. McKean. Saratoga Springs, Aug. 21, 1861.

To the voters of the third Congressional district, composed of the Counties of Carteret, Craven, Jones, Onslow, Duplin, Wayne, Johnston and Sampson. Fellow-Citizens:- I am a candidate for your suffrages, at the election to be held on the first W

Robert E. Kelly to John G. Nicolay, Tuesday, March 18, 1862 (Telegram regarding Congressional bill)

North Carolina Citizens of 2nd Congressional District to Abraham Lincoln, September 1863 (Petition requesting representation in Congress)

Provost Marshal's office, First Congressional district, State of Massachusetts. New Bedford, July 13, 1863. The Board of enrollment hereby announces that between the hours of two and four P. M., daily, up to the day when the drafted men are orde

Edward D. Townsend to Edwin M. Stanton, Saturday, June 11, 1864 (Congressional investigation of General Samuel R. Curtis)

Presidential campaign of 1864. Union Congressional Executive Committee.

Bradford Argus. Towanda, Pa. Thursday, October 6, 1864. For President Abraham Lincoln. For Vice President Andrew Johnson ... To the electors of the 13th Congressional District of the State of Pennsylvania ... H. W. Tracy.

Abraham Lincoln to Congress, [February 8, 1865] (Congressional resolution regarding electoral college)

To the people of the 7th Congressional District of North Carolina. Fellow Citizens: Circumstances having rendered upon me to become a candidate to represent the people of this district to the next Congress of the United States ... I deem it just

[Full page of advertisements and a political cartoon "Preparing for the heated term; King Andy and his man Billy lay in a great stock of Russian ice in order to cool down the Congressional majority"; caricature of Pres. Andrew Johnson and Sec. of State William Seward carrying huge iceberg of "Russian America" in a wheelbarrow "treaty"; refers to Seward's purchase of Alaska in Dec. 1866]

Let the American people ponder. Ku-Klux diabolism. Eleven pregnant facts brought to light by the Congressional investigating committee. Its Democratic paternity, its hellish features and party purpose. [n.p. 1867?].

The Ku-Klux reign of terror. Synopsis of a portion of the testimony taken by the Congressional investigating committee. No. 5. [n. p. 1872].

[Library of Congress ("Congressional Library"), Washington, D.C. Section, circular reading room]

[Library of Congress ("Congressional Library Building"), Washington, D.C. View of stair hall]

[Library of Congress ("Congressional Library Building"), Washington, D.C. View of stair hall]

[Library of Congress ("Congressional Library"), Washington, D.C. Line perspective of front and side elevations]

[Library of Congress ("Congressional Library"), Washington, D.C. Front elevation]

Congressional Library, U.S. Capitol

[Library of Congress ("Congressional Library"), Washington, D.C. Front elevation] / A.R. Esty archt.

The Congressional Districts of South Carolina as "Gerrymandered" by the Democracy in 1882.

Congressional cracksmen / J. Keppler.

Congressional contempt / F. Opper.

... For Congress Theodore Lyman ... To the voters of the Ninth Congressional district. [Boston, 1884].

Sign for the honor of Washington. The Washington monument is to be dedicated February 22, 1885, and the rites of the Masonic Lodge - though once excluded - are to be performed by permission of the Congressional Committee ... This distinction sho

Young men! vote for Edgar Tehune for Congress - First district ... To the young men of the first Congressional district ... Edgar Tehune. [Chicago? Ill., 1886].

Study not used for Anarchy in Congressional Library Washington

Congressional Library south book stack

Congressional Library, the entrance pavilion / Handy phot.

Design for Minerva Congressional Library

Minerva, design for a mosaic by Elihu Vedder, Congressional Library, Washington

Study Minerva Washington Congressional Library

Congressional Library. In the gallery

The entrance hall of the new Congressional Library, Washington, D.C. / drawn by G.W. Peters.

Congressional Library--Detail of fountain

Congressional Library. Grand stair hall

Congressional Library. Corridor south of main entrance

The book-delivery system at the Congressional Library, Washington / drawn by G.W. Peters, Washington, D.C.

Congressional Library. Mantle, Law, in special reading room, H. of R.

Congressional Library. Looking n.w. from south vault / Handy, ph. .

U.S. Congressional Library. Senate reading room

Congressional Library. Beethoven statue in the gallery, public reading room

Congressional Library. View looking north through grand stair hall, from south corridor / Handy, ph.

Congressional Library. Corridor north of main entrance

Congressional Library. Grand staircase

Congressional Library. Main vestibule

U.S. Congressional Library. Stairway to gallery / Handy, photo.

Congressional Library. Public reading room

Congressional Library. Shakespeare

Grand Staircase from Vestibule, Congressional Library, Washington, D.C.

The Congressional library [a poem] William Hyrd Hillyer. Atlanta, Ga. [1901?].

Smithsonian Instistute [foreground], Capitol and Congressional Library [background], Washingotn, D.C.

The Congressional Library [i.e. Library of Congress], Washington, D.C.

Congressional puzzle: - find Cuba in the cartoon

South corridor, Congressional Library, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

A poem in marble columns and frescoed walls, Congressional Library, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

CONGRESSIONAL UNION

CONGRESSIONAL UNION

Miss Julia Marlowe of New York, the well known actress, is one of the prominent members of the Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage.

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB LOBBY

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB VESTIBULE

Miss Helen Kellar [Keller] of Massachusetts is one of the prominent members of the Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Miss Kellar [Keller] is known to all Americans for her marvelous intellectual and educational accomplishments, in spite of the handicap imposed upon her by her deafness and blindness. Not so well known however is her strong espousal of the suffrage cause and the sincere support which she has given to the work of the Congressional Union for Women Suffrage.

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB EXTERIOR

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB SITTING ROOM

The Congressional Hearings

Congressional party in convent ruins, old Panama, March, 1907

Our beautiful Capitol building from the Congressional Library, Washington, D.C.

Congressional reporters using dictaphones

[Two Congressional reporters at work at desk]

Suffragists Make Pleas at Congressional hearings on suffrage amendment

Congressional reporters using dictaphones

Congressional reporters using dictaphones

Congressional Library

Congressional apartment house

Miss Anna McCue is one of the organizers of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. She began work as a child in the hosiery mills in Kensington, Philadelphia and worked in the Kensington factories until 22 years old when she became an organizer for the Congressional Union. Since that time she has been one of the most powerful speakers in the work for the national suffrage amendment, making a very effective appeal because of her intimate acquaintance with the hardships involved in the life of the wage earning woman.

Mrs. Harris Masterson is a member of the National Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. She is President of the Y.W.C.A. of Houston and takes a prominent part in the nation Y.W.C.A. movement.

Mrs. Gertrude Hunter of Minnesota is one of the national organizers of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Mrs. Hunter was formerly Secretary of the Minnesota Woman Suffrage Association ands is the founder of the Minneapolis Women Workers Suffrage Club.

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