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Second letter on the Nebraska question (Respectfully addressed to the delegation in Congress, from Pennsylvania.) By Charles Miner. Repeal of the Missouri compromise. [1854].

The seceding South Carolina delegation. Keitt, Boyce, Chestnut, M'Queen, Ashmore, Hammond, Bonham, Miles

[View of Washington, D.C., copied from a sketch made by a member of the first Japanese delegation to the United States]

[South Carolina - Charleston - Democratic National Convention 1860. 4 scenes: St. Andrews Hal, exterior; Hibernian Hall, exterior; Yates Hall, interior, sleeping hall full of cots; Committee room of the Massachusetts delegation]

Alexander K. McClure and Andrew G. Curtin to Abraham Lincoln, April 15 [1861] (Meeting with delegation from Pennsylvania)

Richmond Virginia Convention, Monday, April 08, 1861 (Resolution appointing delegation to visit the president)

John M. Schofield to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 03, 1863 (Telegram responding to charges made against him by a delegation in Washington)

South Carolina Delegation, [1864] (List)

Cuthbert Bullitt to Murat Halsted, Tuesday, May 17, 1864 (Louisiana delegation to Baltimore Convention)

Simon Cameron to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 28, 1864 (Telegram concerning Pennsylvania delegation to the Republican National Convention)

Philadelphia Union League to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 28, 1864 (Telegram reporting that a delegation will meet with Lincoln)

Maginnis, Hon. Martin of Delegation from Territory of Montana, Private in 1st Minn Inf., later was a Captain was appointed Major in 11th Minn. Inf. in Sept. 1864

Rollins, Hon. Edward Henry, Sen. Of N.H. Chairman of N.H. delegation in the Republican National Convention at Chicago in 1860

New York City - the Internationals in council - the Federal Committee of Workingmen assembled at their headquarters, No. 68 Grand Street, to receive the report of the delegation to Albany

Michigan delegation, Forty fifth Congress, 1878

Comanche (and Kiowa?) delegation, ca. 1880-1899

Washington, D.C. - photographing an Indian delegation, in [C.M.] Bell's studio, for the government / from a sketch by A.B. Shults.

50th Congress Ohio delegation / Brady & Handy Photo Wash D.C.

Virginia Delegation (50th Congress)

50th Congress West Virginia Delegation

50th Congress Wisconsin Delegation / Brady & Handy Photos, Wash., D.C.

50th Congress Massachusetts Delegation / Brady & Handy Photo, Wash., D.C.

President Cleveland, an illustrated poem by H. Clay Preuss. Respectfully dedicated to the members of the New York delegation to the National Democratic convention, at St. Louis, June 5th, 1888, as a just tribute to a noble son of the old "Empire

The delegation of Sioux chiefs to ratify the sale of lands in South Dakota to the U.S. government, December, 1889 / photographed and copyrighted by C.M. Bell, Washington, D.C.

Sioux delegation

The South Carolina delegation in the first congress under the constitution

Sunday school conv[ention]. On Mt. of Olives. Indian delegation

Governor Nash and the Ohio delegation, who attended the launching of the Battleship "Ohio" - in California

INTERPARLIAMENTARY UNION DELEGATION

[Japanese envoys Kogoro Takhira (seated, left), Jutarō Komura (seated, right) with two staff members and H.W. Dennison, the American advisor to the Japanese delegation, full-length portrait facing front]

INTERPARLIAMENTARY UNION DELEGATION

BLACK FEET DELEGATION, MONTANA. GROUP

GERMAN DELEGATION

Philippine delegation in Congress (No. 3). Benito Legarda and Pablo Ocampo

Geneva to Send Delegation to Buffalo for New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention and National American Woman Suffrage Association convention

Hoover with Arms Conf. Delegation

Hoover with Arms Conf. Delegation

Women's Political Union delegation, Western New York, ca. 1910-1915. Phyllis Miller, [W]igger [the] Horse, Ida Armquist, Elisabeth Worth Miller, Jack McGee, Alfred Thompsen, Elisabeth Freeman, Teddy & Taft [the] Oxen.

Chicago Delegation in N.Y.

Chicago Delegation in N.Y.

Suffragettes. Conn. Delegation

Ecuador delegation

Cal[ifornia] Delegation entering Coliseum

French delegation & A[ndrew] Carnegie

Chicago delegation at Dem. Nat'l Com'ee Meeting 1912

Baltimore delegation, Washington 1912

T.R. [Theodore Roosevelt] and Ill. Delegation, 6/1/12

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. PUERTO RICAN DELEGATION: HENRY W. DOOLEY, 3RD FROM RIGHT; HENRY G. MOLINA; A. M. MOLINA; DOMINGO COLLAZO; ALL POSITIONS NOT GIVEN. 2 OTHERS UNIDENTIFIED

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. GEORGE M. PALMER, CHAIRMAN OF NEW YORK DELEGATION; REP. WILLIAM SULZER OF NEW YORK

Penn[sylvania] Delegation

[Pennsylvania delegation at the 1912 Republican National Convention held at the Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, June 18-22]

Okla[homa] Delegation

Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, Pres. Ohio Woman's Suf[frage] Ass[ociation] comes to head Ohio delegation & carry Ohio banner. She conducted Ohio campaign.

Procession Summer 1913. Delegation Coming in from Hyattsville to present petition from all parts of the U.S.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. FED. OF WOMAN'S CLUBS DELEGATION AT WHITE HOUSE

PAN AMERICAN CONGRESS. 5TH AT SANTIAGO, CHILE. U.S. DELEGATION: JOSEPH R. LAMAR; W.J. BRYAN; F.W. LEHMANN; H. PERCIVAL DODGE

LABOR UNIONS. CORSET BUYERS ASSN. DELEGATION AT WHITE HOUSE

FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS, D.C. LEADERS OF DELEGATION TO WHITE HOUSE: MRS. ELLIS LOGAN; MRS. H.W.WILEY; MISS E. SHIPPEN; MRS. R.C. DARR; MISS M. McNEILAN

PAN AMERICAN CONGRESS. 5TH AT SANTIAGO, CHILE. U.S. DELEGATION: JOSEPH R. LAMAR; W.J. BRYAN; F.W. LEHMANN; H. PERCIVAL DODGE

FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS, D.C. LEADERS OF DELEGATION TO WHITE HOUSE: MRS. ELLIS LOGAN; MRS. H.W.WILEY; MISS E. SHIPPEN; MRS. R.C. DARR; MISS M. McNEILAN

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. VENEZUELA DELEGATION: MINISTER DOMINICI, CHAIRMAN, 2ND FROM LEFT

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS DELEGATION FROM EL SALVADOR: MINISTER RAFAEL ZALDIVAR, CHAIRMAN OFTHE DELEGATION; MME. ZALDIVAR; MISS CONCHITA GUIROLA; RAFAEL GUIROLA DUKE; OFFICIAL DELEGATE

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. DELEGATION FROM HAITI. LEON DEJEAN; EDMOND HEREAUX; F.D. LEGITIME; HORACE ITHEART; EBERLE FIRMIN, OFFICIAL DELEGATE. CHARLES MATHOU, CHAIRMAN OF DELEGATION

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. CHILEAN DELEGATION. SEATED: ENRIQUE CUEVAS; JULIO PHILIPPE, VICE-CHAIRMAN; MOISES VARGAS

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. DELEGATION FROM COLOMBIA. EDUARDO RODRIQUEZ PINERES; CALIXTE TERRES UMANA; GONZALES MEJIA; MRS. HEDERICK; GEN. CARLOS CUERVE MARQUES; DIEGO MARTINEZ; FRANZ HEDERICK

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. COSTA RICAN DELEGATION. FRONT: UNIDENTIFIED; MARIANO GUARDIA; JOHN M. KEITH; OTHERS UNIDENTIFIED. REAR: UNIDENTIFIED, EXCEPT ROBERT N. HARPER OF D.C., RIGHT

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. DOMINICAN DELEGATION: FRANCISCO J. PEYRADO; ENRIQUE JIMENEZ; AMBASSADOR SUAREZ-MUJICA OF CHILE

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. BOLIVIAN DELEGATION: DR. IGNACIOCALDERON; DR. ADOLF BALLIVIAN

DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. NEW JERSEY DELEGATION

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. SALVADOREAN DELEGATION: ROBERTO ANGLIAE; ALFONSO GUINONES

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. DELEGATION FROM ECUADOR: JOAQUIN F. CODOVA; VOCTOR M. PENAHERRERA,OFFICIAL DELEGATE; GONZALO S. CORDOVA, CHAIRMAN OF THE DELEGATION; RAFAEL M. PENAHERRERA, SEC. OF DELN.; GONZALO CORDOVA, JR

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. NICARAGUAN DELEGATION. DAMASO RIVAS; ANTONIO A. ARIAGA; GEN. EMILIANO CHAMORRO; MINISTER FROM NICARAGUA; SENOR GOMEZ; ALEJANDRO CESAR

Japanese Red Cross delegation en route to Europe, 1/12/15

Ford Peace Party - NOORDAM of the Holland America Line, which carries the delegation of women to attend the Peace Conference at the Hague

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. JUAN S. LORD; CARLOS HERRERA; VICTOR S. ICARA, GUATEMALAN DELEGATION

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. DELEGATION FROM HAITI. LEON DEJEAN; EDMOND HEREAUX; F.D. LEGITIME; HORACE ITHEART; EBERLE FIRMIN, OFFICIAL DELEGATE. CHARLES MATHOU, CHAIRMAN OF DELEGATION

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. VENEZUELA DELEGATION: MINISTER DOMINICI, CHAIRMAN, 2ND FROM LEFT

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. DELEGATION FROM ECUADOR: JOAQUIN F. CODOVA; VOCTOR M. PENAHERRERA,OFFICIAL DELEGATE; GONZALO S. CORDOVA, CHAIRMAN OF THE DELEGATION; RAFAEL M. PENAHERRERA, SEC. OF DELN.; GONZALO CORDOVA, JR.

Indian Delegation in Washington

RAILWAY PRESIDENTS: T.M. SCHUMACHER, V.P., EL PASO & SOUTHWESTERN; J.H. YOUNG, PRES. NORFOLK SOUTHERN; G.W. STEVENS, PRES. C. & O.; DANIEL WILLARD, PRES. B. & O.; J.H. CARROLL, GEN. ATTY., C.B. & Q.; HALE HOLDEN, PRES. C.B. & Q., AND CHAIRMAN OF DELEGATION; M.J. CARPENTER, PRESIDENT, CHICAGO, TERRE HAUTE

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. POSTAL DELEGATION AT WHITE HOUSE

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. POSTAL DELEGATION AT WHITE HOUSE

Tumulty addressing Polish delegation

Tumulty addressing Polish delegation

International Communication Conference, American Delegation

Alice Paul and a delegation consulting with Governor Cox on the suffrage situation in Tennessee.

International Communication Conference, American Delegation

Rep. Martin B. Madden (center), with delegation of the Sanitary District Comm. of Chicago, in Wash.

Miss Edith Ainge, of Jamestown, New York, the first delegate to the convention of the National Woman's Party to arrive at Woman's Party headquarters in Washington, Miss Ainge is holding the New York state banner which will be carried by New York's delegation of 68 women at the convention meeting in Washington February 15th-18th.

Indian delegation who called to present the President a tobacco pouch - these Indians represented their race at the burial of the Unknown Soldier

Delegation composing the Council of the Osage Indian tribe of Oklahoma in Wash. to confer with Secy. Work and Commissioner of Indian Affairs Burke to take up the question of leasing oil lands in the Osage reservation

Delegation from American Federation of Labor [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Advisory Committee to Am. Delegation

Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines, Director of the Veterans Bureau, receiving a delegation of 15 disabled veterans

Pres. Coolidge with members of House Agric. Comm. who appeared at White House with delegation of farmers regarding the Diversification Bill

Japanese Delegation arrived October 24th, 1921--Left to right: Robert Woods Bliss, Baron Shiushara, Admiral Coontz, Admiral Kato, General Tanaka, General Brewster

U.S. Post Office delegation to Canada's postal conference

Am. Delegation to Arms Conf.

Burke statue. Formal presentation by British Delegation from the Sulgrave Institution, Oct. 12. Left to rt.: Rev. G.C.F. Bratenhal, Sir Chas. Wakefield, Fred Wakefield, Secy. of War Weeks, Alton B. Parker, Chancellor of the Institution and Lady Geddes

Representatives of League of Amer. Citizens of Ukrainian extraction with Rep. Stephen Porter, Chmn. of the House Foreign Relations Comm. L. to r.: Rep. Porter, [à] J. Hrycey and Dwight N. Lowery, General Counsel for the Delegation

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