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Boston. March 22. 1672/3 The Deputy Covernour and magistrates adjacent being assembled in Council, to consider of the late awful hand of God, consuming our Castle by fire the one and twentieth of this instant, thereby taking away that part of ou

To the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen [Declining nomination as deputy] [Signed] Alexr M'Dougall. New York, July 9, 1774.

Map by George Armstrong, Jefferson County, Kentucky deputy surveyor

Deputy

Auction on Wednesday, the 8th day of April, inst. Will be sold at public auction, at the dwelling house of Hannibal A. Ellsworth, in the town of East Windsor, a large amount of personal property ... Sam'l W. Thompson. Deputy Sheriff. East Windso

Geo. S. Bennett United States deputy marshall Let the public mark this man, and let the nation fear for its safety when lecherous, drunken tyrants are in power ... [Signed] Justice. Cincinnatti, O. February 1st, 1856.

Survey of I. R. Houston, deputy surveyor of Rockbridge Co., Va. of lands in dispute between Wm. B. McNutt & D.& H. Forrer, being Nos. 1, 2 & 3 of this plat (Nos. 14, 15 & 16 of the bill).

Swearing in of U.S. Deputy Marshals and Supervisors of Registry and Election, by Commissioner Davenport, Circuit Court, Chambers Street, Friday, October 28, 1870 / Bofhs(?).

[General Hasan Rami Paşa, Deputy Commander of the Port] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

An agreeable deputy

Deschanel (Deputy)

Deputy Gröber

Deputy guarding wagon - sugar strike Williamsburg

Deputy Marshall taking Dowd to jail

Dr. Katherine Davis & Deputy Lewis

Sulzer and deputy

Com'r Kath. Davis & Deputy Lewis

Photo of Ordinary's Certificate for Bronson Beers, 9 years old, (and therefore illegal). The Deputy Clerk told me "That was likely a clerical error." but I found five of these "errors" issued to children under 10 years old, one for child aged 8. (The latter was later marked 'Void' but none of the rest were.[)] Rolly's teacher told me the family had moved, but that the boy was a mere baby with a lisp. The issuing of the certificates is very unbusinesslike. (See Vaughn's report, Georgia, 1913.) The Ordinary said, "I'm a practical Man! The cotton mill people are the poorest paid workers in the country. They have to put their children into the mills." Location: Columbus, Georgia.

Holman A. Drew, Harry K. Thaw, Deputy Sherriff Kelser

Photo of Ordinary's Certificate, Columbus, Ga. giving permit to Rolly Strickland, 9 years old, (and therefore illegal). The Deputy Clerk told me "That was likely a clerical error," but I found five of these "errors" issued to children under 10 years old., one for a child aged 8. (The latter was later marked 'Void' but [none] of the rest were.) Rolly's teacher told me the family had moved but that the boy was a mere baby with a lisp. The issuing of the certificate is very unbusinesslike. (See Vaughn's Report, Georgia, 1913.) The Ordinary said, "I'm a practical Man! The cotton mill people are the poorest paid workers in the country. They have to put their children into the mills." The Associated Charities Records show five older children working in the mill. One of 25 years, one of 23, one of 18, 16, 11. Location: Columbus, Georgia.

SWEET. DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

Group of children attending the mill school at Barker Cotton Mills. These children are well-kept at home, and well-directed in school. School is sanitary and well-equipped. School attendance is compulsory. Deputy in mill acts as truant officer. If parents neglect to send children to school, they are requested to move out. The whole situation reflects the good management of the superintendent. Location: Mobile, Alabama.

Maj. Gen. John L. Hines, Deputy Chief of Staff, today decorated Col. Perry L. Miles, Infantry, with Distinguished Service Cross

J. Frank Norfleet, Deputy Sheriff, of Hale Center, Texas, left, and W.H. Mercer, Secy. to Senator Mayfield

[New York City Deputy Police Commissioner John A. Leach, right, watching agents pour liquor into sewer following a raid during the height of prohibition]

H.M. Vandervort, [Deputy Com. of Pensions, 6/6/21]

Major Gen. John L. Hines at his desk on his first day as Deputy Chief of Staff succeeding Gen. Harbord.

Gen. John J. Pershing, Chief of Staff, at his desk in the War Dept. for the first time since his return from France, conferring with Major Cen. John L. Hines, Deputy Chief of Staff

German cavalry horse show team received by Secretary of War Davis. Members of the German cavalry horse show team, one of the five foreign teams to compete with the United States in the 1928 National Horse Show just ended in New York City and the first German horse show team to come to the United States since the World War, were received by Secretary of War Dwight F. Davis today. In the front row, left to right: Lieut. Wilhelm Schmalz; Lieut. Col. von Flotow; Secretary Davis; Lieut. Baron von Nagel and Lieut. von Barnekow. In the back row, left to right: Dr. Rudolf Leitner, first secretary of the German Embassy; Col. R.H. Williams; and Maj. Gen. Bryant Wells, Deputy Chief of Staff

The Secretary of War, The Hon. Dwight Davis, and the Chief of Staff, the Deputy Chief of Staff, the assistants Chief of Staff, and the Chiefs of branches posed for a photograph on the steps of the war Dept. In the group left to right, front row, Major Gen. Frank Parker, Major Gen. Charles P. Summerall, Chief of Staff, Assistant Secretary of War, Col. C.B. Robbins, Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis, Major Gen, B.H. Wells, Deputy Chief of Staff, Brig. Gen. E.E. Booth, Ass't Chief of Staff, Major Gen. Fred T. Austin, Chief of Field Artillery, Major Gen. A.L. Carmichael, Chief of Finance

The Army arrives. Officers of the United States Army arriving at the White House for the annual New Year's Reception. In the lead, General Charles P. Summerall, Chief of Staff and Major General Briant H. Wells, Deputy Chief of Staff

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

A deputy with a gun on his hip during the September 1935 strike in Morgantown, West Virginia

Washington, D.C. Henry W. Riley, Deputy Administrator, U.S. foreign economic adminstration

Bessie Donaldson, Deputy and Asst. Postmaster, Wm. E. Slattery, Comp. of Post Off. Dept., A.H. Gilbert, Chief Asst. of Post Off., John E. Lammel, Director of [...] Post Office, [...] Postmaster James Farley, Wm. W. Hoover, [...] Postmaster, [...]

Congressional defiant served with subpoena. Wash. D.C. Robert W. Lyons, Counsel for several chain store organizations, is served with a subpoena by Deputy Sargeant-at-Arms Wm. A. Weber to force testimony before the Special House committee investigating "super lobbies." Myron Cohen, counsel for Lyons, is in the center, 8/9/35

West Virginia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Left to right: Arthur C. Sullivan, John T. Walker, Jr., the Deputy Intermediate Comm.; Geo. M. Brennan, Intermediate Commissioner of F.C.A.

Harlan witness tells of bribe to hide-out. Washington, D.C., April 28. Hugh Taylor, former Harlan County, Ky. Deputy Sheriff, told the La Follette Civil Liberties Committee today that High Sheriff T.R. Middleton offered him $2,000 to hide out during the present investigation. With both hands crippled by bullet wounds, Taylor declared he spent two weeks in emergency hospital here in March after being forced to flee Harlan hospital. He was shot, he said, by two other deputies, probably because he refused to join in the Musick murder, 4/28/1937

Kentucky Bomber & U.S. Marshall. Washington, D.C., April 14. Richard C. Tackett, (right) who is appearing before the Senate Civil Liberties Committee testifying that he is one of the three that bombed a union organizer in Harlan County, Ky., is shown in the custody of U.S. Deputy Marshall Robert H. Bonham of Washington, D.C. (left). Tackett is in custody of the Marshall during the hearing and is now residing in the district jail, 4/15/1937

Admits "kicking back" part of salary. Washington, D.C., April 22. He "turned back" $75 of his $200 per month salary, Henry M. Lewis former Deputy Sheriff in Harlan County, Ky., told the Senate Civil Liberties Committee as it resumed its investigation of alleged terrorism in connection with Harlan County Coal Operators' efforts to resist union organization drives. The money was returned to Sheriff Theodore R. Middleton each month in 1935 and 1936. Lewis added that many of the men listed as drawing salaries from the Sheriff's office were not regarded as regular employees, and several of them worked for coal companies, 4/22/1937

Poor memory. Washington, D.C., April 30. Testifying before the Senate Civil Liberties Committee today, George S. Ward, Secretary of the Harlan County (Ky.) Coal Operators Association, said he had been "very careful" not to know what his "chief deputy" did with the association's expense money. The "chief deputy," Ben Unthank, has been missing since the Committee investigators, armed with subpoenas, began searching for him two months ago. The Committee is investigating labor-conditions in "bloody" Harlan County, 4/30/1937

Poor memory. Washington, D.C., April 30. Testifying before the Senate Civil Liberties Committee today, George S. Ward, Secretary of the Harlan County (Ky.) Coal Operators Association, said he had been "very careful" not to know what his "chief deputy" did with the association's expense money. The "chief deputy," Ben Unthank, has been missing since the Committee investigators, armed with subpoenas, began searching for him two months ago. The Committee is investigating labor-conditions in "bloody" Harlan County, 4301937

Evidence displayed to Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., April 27. A bloody bullet-torn undershirt was displayed to the Senate Civil Liberties Committee today by Thomas Ferguson, coal miner union Representative, to suport his story of having been shot last January by Harland County deputy sheriffs. He admitted that he could not identify the group of deputies who fired the shots, one of which was soft-nosed bullet that entered his shoulder and came out in the back. The Committee is investigating labor practices in "Bloody" Harlan County, Ky., coal regions, 4/27/1937

Revenue agents meet with Treasury officials. Washington, D.C., May 12. Internal Revenue agents from 37 key cities in the United States and Alaska began a four-day conference today with treasury officials to devise means of expediting and improving field audits of income tax returns. Secretary Morgenthau told the conferees that they had a big responsibility in connection with federal financing and budget balancing. It was their job, he said, to see that the government got its revenue. In the photograph, left to right: (seated ) Guy T. Helvering, U.S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue; Roswell Magill, Undersecretary of Treasury; Charles T. Russell, Deputy Commissioner of Internal Revenue; Milton C. Carter, Assistant to the Commissioner. Back row, left to right: W.A. Holt, Oklahoma City; W.L. McBride, Chicago; George E. Neal, Detroit; R.T. Miles, Buffalo; D.W. Reynolds, Milwaukee; John R. Kirk, Cleveland, 5/12/1937

Union Representative displays bullet wound received from Harlan County sheriffs. Washington, D.C., April 27. A.T. Pace, Representative of the United Mine Workers, inspects the bullet wound in the back of Thomas Ferguson, Coal Miner Representative, who testified before the Senate Civil Liberties Committee the he was shot by Harlan County, Ky., deputy sheriffs last January. Ferguson displayed a bloody shirt to the Committee to prove his contention, 4/27/1937

National Archives to get 1892 petition for building of better roads. Washington, D.C., April 30. A petition containing over one million names submitted to the United States Senate in 1892 requesting legislation, "for the purpose of promoting knowledge in the art and construction and maintenance of roads" is to be removed from the Capitol and deposited in the National Archives building. Senator Kenneth McKeller, (right) Chairman of the Senate Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads, is shown examining the petition with (left to right) Frank McCallister, Deputy Examiner, National Archives; and Col. Edwin A. Halsey, Secretary of the Senate, 4/30/1937

Mary A. Shanley being congratulated by Mayor La Guardia, Deputy Chief Inspector John Lyons looks on

Goodwin J. Oppegaurd; Deputy Comptroller of Currency

Marshall R. Diggs, Chief Supervisory Receiver and 1st Deputy Comptroller of the Currency

Richard R. France, Chief Deputy Sheriff of Stark Co., Ohio appearing before the Lafollette Civil Liberties Committee

Howard O. Hunter, Deputy Administrator WPA

Before Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Washington, D.C., March 22. Secretary surrounded the meeting of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in Executive session today at which Brig. Gen. George C. Marshall, Deputy Chief of Staff, Rear Ad. William D. Leahy, Chief of Naval Operations, and Undersecretary of the State Sumner Welles, were heard. Later they made a statement in support of an administration measure to aid Latin American Republics in developing their military establishments. Left to right: Marshall, Leahy, Senator Key Pittman, Chairman of Committee, and Welles, 3-22-39

Articles on mantelpiece and photograph showing last reunion of deputy U.S. Marshalls in Indian territory. Scene in home of farm family now on WPA (Works Progress Administration/ Work Projects Administration) near Sallisaw, Oklahoma

Jerusalem Y.M.C.A. activities. Group of prize winners with the Mayor & Deputy Mayor, etc.

Jerusalem Y.M.C.A. activities. Group of prize winners with the Mayor & Deputy Mayor, etc.

Deputy sheriff, Mogollon, New Mexico

Edward T. McCormick, Deputy Supervisor, Civilian Allocation, Division of Civilian Supply, Office of Production Management (OPM)

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

Dan A. West, deputy director of Consumer Division, OPA (Office of Price Administration)

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

J.B. Hutson, deputy commissioner, Agricultural Division

Colonel Frank McSherry, deputy director for Labor, Supply and Training, Labor Division

Mary K. Browne, Deputy Director in Charge of Physical Fitness, Office of Civilian Defense

Mary K. Browne, Deputy Director in Charge of Physical Fitness, Office of Civilian Defense

T. Semmes Walmsley, Deputy Director, Office of Civilian Defense

Hays County Jail, San Marcos, Texas. Living quarters for the Deputy Sherriff who is the jailer, and his family, are downstairs. Jail cells are on second floor. Maid who came to the door said, "It's the nicest place I ever saw"

Arthur D. Newhall, Deputy Director of Purchases, Office of Production Management (OPM)

A.J. Browning, deputy director, Division of Purchases, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Left, Eleanor Roosevelt, Assistant Director, Office of Civilian Defense; Right, Mary K. Browne, Deputy Director in Charge of Physical Fitness, Office of Civilian Defense

Dan A. West, deputy director of Consumer Division, OPA (Office of Price Administration)

Mary K. Browne, Deputy Director in Charge of Physical Fitness, Office of Civilian Defense

J.S. Knowlson, Deputy Director of Priorities, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Karl N. Fischer, deputy commissioner, Transportation Division formerly Land and Tax Commissioner of Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad

A.J. Browning, deputy director, Division of Purchases, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Mr. A.L. Williams. Assistant to the Assistant Deputy Director, Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM)

A.J. Browning, deputy director, Division of Purchases, Office of Production Management (OPM)

J.S. Knowlson, Deputy Director of Priorities, Office of Production Management (OPM)

A.C.C. Hill Jr., deputy director of Priorities, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Mr. Corrington Gill, Deputy Director in Charge of Operations, Office of Civilian Defense

Mr. A.L. Williams. Assistant to the Assistant Deputy Director, Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM)

J.B. Hutson, deputy commissioner, Agricultural Division

Deputy sheriff and constable talking, Mogollon, New Mexico

Arthur D. Newhall, Deputy Director of Purchases, Office of Production Management (OPM)

A.C.C. Hill Jr., deputy director of Priorities, Office of Production Management (OPM)

John E. Hamm. Deputy Administrator, Office of Price Administration (OPA) and Civilian Supply

Colonel Frank McSherry, deputy director for Labor, Supply and Training, Labor Division

J.B. Hutson, deputy commissioner, Agricultural Division

T. Semmes Walmsley, Deputy Director, Office of Civilian Defense

Karl N. Fischer, deputy commissioner, Transportation Division formerly Land and Tax Commissioner of Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad

Mr. Corrington Gill, Deputy Director in Charge of Operations, Office of Civilian Defense

Edward T. McCormick, Deputy Supervisor, Civilian Allocation, Division of Civilian Supply, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Brigadier General Barnes. Brigadier General Barnes, Assistant Chief of Ordnance, U.S. Army, and head of the Design Division of the U.S. War Department, is now touring Ministry of Suply munition factories. General Barnes talking to Mrs. Martha Haddon, now working in a gun factory, and formerly a housewife. On General Barnes' left is Mr. H.E. Harris, the Deputy Director General of Ordnance Factories. In between the General and Mr. Haddon, is the factory superintendent

Miscellaneous lot of photographs by Barbara Wright. National Youth Administration (NYA), Works Progress Administration (WPA) and Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). David Williams, NYA deputy, national office, Washington, D.C.

British and American Production and Resources Board. British and American members of combined Production and Resources Board at press conference held July 31, 1942. Left to right: Sir Robert Sinclair, Captain Lyttleton's deputy on the board; Donald M. Nelson, board member; J. S. Knowlson, Mr. Nelson's deputy on the board

British and American Production and Resources Board. British and American members of combined Production and Resources Board at press conference held July 31, 1942. Left to right: Sir Robert Sinclair, Captain Lyttleton's deputy on the board; Donald M. Nelson, board member; J. S. Knowlson, Mr. Nelson's deputy on the board

Leon Henderson and staff. Deputy administrators of the Office of Price Administration (OPA) with Leon Henderson, Administrator, in Washington, D.C. just prior to Mr. Henderson's retirement from office. Seated, left to right, J.K. Galbraith, Mr. Henderson, John E. Hamm, David Ginsburg. Standing, left to right, Dexter M. Keezer, Paul M. O'Leary, Paul A. Porter, Edward N. Hay, Robert W. Horton

Production. B-25 "Billy Mitchell" bombers. This North American B-25 "Billy Mitchell" bomber, similar to the type used to bomb Tokyo, has established an unique combat record in several theaters of war. Lieutenant General Henry H. Arnold, Deputy Chief of Staff for Air said the B-25 can "go farther, faster and carry more bombs than the best ships of our enemy." The plane is flying near the Inglewood, California, plant in which it was made. In addition to the battle-tested B-25, this plant produces the P-51 "Mustang" fighter plane which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

First meeting of labor management policy committee of the War Manpower Commission. Seated -- left to right: Fowler Harper, deputy chairman of War Manpower Commission (WMC); R. Conrad Cooper of Wheeling Steel Corporation; Arthur S. Flemming of Civil Service Commission, chairman; Clinton S. Golden, United Steel Workers of America, Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO); John P. Frey, American Federation of Labor (AFL), president, Metal Trades. Standing -- left to right: R.E. Gillmore, president, Sperry Gyroscope Company; R. Randall Irwin, director, industrial relations, Lockheed Vega Aircraft Corporation; H.A. Enochs, chief of personnel, Pennsylvania Railroad Company; Brigadier General Frank J. McSherry, director of operations, War Manpower Commission; Walter P. Reuther, member of United Automobile Workers, CIO; John Green, Marine and Shiipbuilding Workers, CIO; George Masterton, Steam Fitters and Plumbers, AFL; Joseph S. McDonagh, secretary treasurer, Building Trades, AFL

Phillip M. McCullough, Deputy Director of the War Production Board (WPB) Region 2, receiving part of a lot of typewriters which Metropolitan Life is selling to the government. Girl employees of Metropolitan Life are delivering the machines