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Chauncey M. Depew

The crematory money-bilt [sic] system. "The cost of the equipment is great" - Depew

Reporters interviewing Mr. Depew / Drawn by T.V. Chominski after a sketch by T. Dart Walker.

Depew, N.Y.

Mrs. C.M. Depew

C.M. DePew

C.M. Depew and Lou Payne

C.M. DePew

Chauncey Depew

C.M. Depew

Depew and Payne

Root, Hiscock, and Depew, standing together

C.M. Depew

[Chauncey Mitchell Depew, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Chauncey Mitchell Depew, half-length portrait, facing left]

DePEW, CHAUNCEY M. SENATOR

79 varieties. Depew: If I get out of these by the time I am 72 I will be able to do my real work in the Senate

Chauncey Mitchell Depew, 1834-1928

Mrs. Von Andre -- C.M. Depew and wife

Mrs. Von Andre -- C.M. Depew and wife

Chauncey M. DePew

Mrs. C.M. Depew

Mrs. C.M. Depew seated

C. M. Depew

C.M. Depew & wife

C.M. Depew

Herrick, Depew

C.M. Depew

Chauncey Depew, Senator Perkins, and Governor Whitman of New York, at GOP Convention, 1916, Chicago, Ill. /

Mrs. DePew residence. Interiors of Mrs. DePew home II

Mrs. DePew residence. Gentlemen's room in Mrs. DePew house

Mrs. DePew residence. Interiors of Mrs. DePew home I

Mrs. DePew residence. Interiors of Mrs. DePew home IV

Mrs. DePew residence. Interiors of Mrs. DePew home III

Chauncey Depew

Members of the National Society Sons of the American Revolution were received by President Coolidge at the White House today. In the center of the group, left to right: Ganson Depew of Buffalo, N.Y., Mrs Ernest Rogers; Gorton Rogers; President Coolidge; Ernest Rogers, President General of the Society; and Frank B. Steel, Secretary General

Mrs. Depew, residence. Rug in Mrs. Depew's home

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Negro farmer onloading much-repaired wagon wheel at the blacksmith shop where he hopes it can again be made serviceable. Depew, Oklahoma

Blacksmith and helper pounding out plow point. Depew, Oklahoma

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Blacksmith's helper disassembling plow belonging to Pomp Hall, Negro tenant farmer from Creek County, Oklahoma. Blacksmith shop is in Depew, Oklahoma. See general caption number 23

Blacksmith. Depew, Oklahoma

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Plow points in blacksmith shop. Depew, Oklahoma

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Pomp Hall, Negro tenant farmer, talking to another farmer as he waits at the blacksmith shop in Depew, Oklahoma for his plow points to be sharpened. Pomp Hall is considered one of the best farmers in this county and is consulted by Negroes and whites concerning farming problems. See general caption number 23

Pomp Hall, Negro tenant farmer, and blacksmith loading Pomp's plow into truck after it has been sharpened. Depew, Oklahoma. See general caption number 23

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Blacksmith. Depew, Oklahoma

Pomp Hall, Negro tenant farmer, talking to another farmer as he waits at the blacksmith shop in Depew, Oklahoma for his plow points to be sharpened. Pomp Hall is considered one of the best farmers in this county and is consulted by Negroes and whites concerning farming problems. See general caption number 23

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Negro farmer and blacksmith shop workman look over much-repaired wagon wheels to see if they can be made usable again. Depew, Oklahoma

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Negro farmer onloading much-repaired wagon wheel at the blacksmith shop where he hopes it can again be made serviceable. Depew, Oklahoma

Blacksmith and helper pounding out plow point. Depew, Oklahoma

Pomp Hall, Negro tenant farmer, and blacksmith loading Pomp's plow into truck after it has been sharpened. Depew, Oklahoma. See general caption number 23

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Farmers of Great Depression. Dust bowl refugees, Resettlement program.

Farmers of Great Depression. Dust bowl refugees, Resettlement program.

Blacksmith. Depew, Oklahoma

Blacksmith with wagon wheel hub and spokes. Depew, Oklahoma

Blacksmith's helper disassembling plow belonging to Pomp Hall, Negro tenant farmer from Creek County, Oklahoma. Blacksmith shop is in Depew, Oklahoma. See general caption number 23

Negro farmer rolling much-repaired wagon wheel into blacksmith shop to see if it can again be repaired. Depew, Oklahoma

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom in the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. Frank and Laura Czaya praying in church one week after Easter. They were married six months before Frank was drafted. He is now a corporal, stationed in Arkansas and is home on a ten day furlough. Laura works in the Symington-Gould plant; lives in an apartment with her family in Depew. The Czayas are of Polish descent

Buffalo, New York. Frank and Laura Czaya praying in church one week after Easter. They were married six months before Frank was drafted. He is now a corporal, stationed in Arkansas and is home on a ten day furlough. Laura works in the Symington-Gould plant; lives in an apartment with her family in Depew. The Czayas are of Polish descent

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the living room of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the living room of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Chauncy & Mrs. Depew, 5/19/22

Chauncy & Mrs. Depew, 5/19/22

H. D. Robertson and Chauncey M. Depew to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 26, 1863 (Appointment of Abram Hyatt)

H. D. Robertson and Chauncey M. Depew to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 26, 1863 (Appointment of Abram Hyatt)

H. D. Robertson and Chauncey M. Depew to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 26, 1863 (Appointment of Abram Hyatt)

[Chauncey Mitchell Depew, lawyer, three-quarter-length portrait, facing left]

[Chauncey Mitchell Depew, lawyer, three-quarter-length portrait, facing left]

Emma Willard, pioneer of the higher education of women, founder of the Troy female seminary. Extract from the address of the Hon. Chauncey M. Depew at the dedication of Russell Sage Hall of the "Emma Willard" School, Troy, N. Y., 1895. ... New Y

Emma Willard, pioneer of the higher education of women, founder of the Troy female seminary. Extract from the address of the Hon. Chauncey M. Depew at the dedication of Russell Sage Hall of the "Emma Willard" School, Troy, N. Y., 1895. ... New Y

Emma Willard, pioneer of the higher education of women, founder of the Troy female seminary. Extract from the address of the Hon. Chauncey M. Depew at the dedication of Russell Sage Hall of the "Emma Willard" School, Troy, N. Y., 1895. ... New Y

Emma Willard, pioneer of the higher education of women, founder of the Troy female seminary. Extract from the address of the Hon. Chauncey M. Depew at the dedication of Russell Sage Hall of the "Emma Willard" School, Troy, N. Y., 1895. ... New Y