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Recruits / W. H. Bunbury, delint. ; Watson & Dickinson, excudt.

Billiards / H. Bunbury, esqr., delt. ; Watson & Dickinson, excudt.

The coffee-house patriots, or news, from St. Eustatia / H. Bunbury Esqr. delint. ; W. Dickinson excudt.

The Country Club / H. Bunbury, esqr, delint. ; W. Dickinson, excudit.

Thomas Jefferson to John Dickinson, March 6, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Mease-Seybert and Dickinson, January 9, 1808

Martin Van Buren head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left / D. Dickinson, lith. ; from an original drawing by D. Dickinson.

[Daniel Dickinson, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to the left, facing front]

[Henry Clay, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right] / from an original drawing by D. Dickinson ; D. Dickinson, lith.

Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson of N.Y.

Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson of N.Y.

Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson of N.Y.

Anna E. Dickinson

Anna E. Dickinson

Joseph Dickinson (Maine) Brevetted for gallantry of staff duty at Gettysburg

Hon. Dickinson

Joseph Dickinson (Maine) Brevetted for gallantry of staff duty at Gettysburg

The Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson to the Virginia Senators. Binghamton, Jan. 4th, 1861.

[Anna Elizabeth Dickinson, social reformer, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Group at Headquarters of Army of Potomac, Falmouth, Va.: J.S. Crocker, Ulris Dahlgren, B.C. Ludlow, A.N. Duffie, E.R. Warner, Lord Abinger, J. Dickinson, S.F. Barstow, J.B. Howard, D.W. Flagler, Harry Russell, J.R. Coxe and 4 unidentified men.

[Charles H. Richards, Dickinson Guard, 89th Regiment, New York, full-length studio portrait, standing next to a chair, facing front, wearing uniform]

Falmouth, Virginia. Lt. Col. [Jos] Dickinson and group of officers. Headquarters, Army of the Potomac

[Letter from R. H. Duell to Hon. D. S. Dickinson. Cortland Village. N. Y. June 21, 1864].

Daniel S. Dickinson to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 12, 1864 (Congratulations)

John Dickinson

Map of Dickinson County, Iowa /

Map of Dickinson County, Kansas /

John Dickinson / engraved by J.B. Forrest from a portrait by C.W. Peale painted in 1770.

John Dickinson, nat. 1732 - ob. 1808 / etched by Albert Rosenthal, Phila. 1888 after painting by C.W. Peale.

Post Master General [Don M. Dickinson] and staff

Map showing the land grant of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company in Montana, Idaho, and in part of North Dakota, and in part of eastern Washington, reaching from Dickinson, North Dakota, to Ritzville, eastern Washington.

[Emily Dickinson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Sulking in their tents -- Mr. Gorman is not going to Chicago -- Mr. Brice is not going to Chicago ...

C.G. Dickinson, portrait bust

Sec. Dickinson at von Steuben unveiling

C.C. Dickinson

Dickinson Memorial Library, East Northfield, Mass.

Sir Willoughby Dickinson

J.M. Dickinson

Dickinson Hall, Princeton University, N.J.

DICKINSON, C.C. HONORABLE

STIMSON & DICKINSON

STIMSON & DICKINSON

DICKINSON, LESTER J. HONORABLE

DICKINSON, J.M. JUDGE

DICKINSON, LESTER J. HONORABLE

DICKINSON, JACOB M. HONORABLE

DICKINSON, DWIGHT. DOCTOR

[Exterior of Dickinson Memorial Library, Northfield, Massachusetts]

J.M. Dickinson

West Point graduation: Sec'y Dickinson addressing cadets at graduation, 1909.

[Jacob McGavock Dickinson, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing front] / by Moffett Studio, Chicago.

WRIGHT FLIGHTS, FORT MYER, VA, JULY 1909. SPECTATORS: ROBERT BACON; SEC. OF WAR DICKINSON; SEN. ELIHU ROOT

Brown, Colton, Dickinson, Lindabury

DICKINSON, JACOB M. SECRETARY OF WAR. INSPECTING ARMY EQUIPMENT

HORSE SHOWS. UNIDENTIFIED MAN DRIVING. GEN. ALLEN AND SECRETARY DICKINSON STANDING BACK OF FENCE NEAR HEAD OF HORSE

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. SECRETARY OF WAR DICKINSON AND GEN. WOOD

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. SECRETARY OF WAR DICKINSON AND GEN. WOOD

Dickinson & J.P. Morgan

Miss Haldane, Judge Dickinson, J.P. Morgan

HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMM.: GREEN, WILLIAM R., REP. FROM IA; SABATH, ADOLPH J., REP. FR. ILL.; RAINEY, HENRY T., REP. FR. ILL.; OLDFIELD, WILLIAM A., REP. FR. ARK.; McGILLICUDDY, DANIEL J., REP. FR. ME; KITCHIN, CLAUDE, REP. FROM N.C.; HELVERING, GUY T., REP. FR. KS; DIXON, LINCOLN, REP. FR. IND.; DICKINSON, CLEMENT, REP. FR. MO; CRISP, CHARLES, REP. FR. GA.; CONRY, MICHAEL, REP. FR. NY; COLLIER, JAMES, REP. FR. MISS.; CASEY, JOHN, REP. FR. PA.; CAMPBELL, PHILIP P., REP. FR. KS; HULL CORDELL, REP. FR. TN

Bird's eye view, Dickinson, N.D.

Jacob M. Dickinson

L.J. Dickinson, Iowa

Mrs. Jno. Dickinson Sherman, [11/18/22]

C.C. Dickinson & Son, [11/24/23]

C.C. Dickinson of Missouri, 11/24/23

Air engine tester. Dr. K.C. Dickinson, Chief of the Heat and Power Division of the Bureau of Standards, and the control room of the new aircraft engine testing laboratory at Arlington, VA. Here all engines for use on licensed airplanes are to be tested and to protect the observer, the control room and the room in which the engines are mounted are heavily reinforced with concrete to prevent flying engine parts striking the observers

New Director, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce takes oath of office. Prof. Claudius T. Murchison, of Hickory, North Carolina, who has been named by President Roosevelt to be Director, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce of the U.S. Department of Commerce, took the oath of office this morning. In the photograph, left to right: John Dickinson, Assistant Secretary of Commerce; E.W. Libbey, chief clerk of Commerce Department, who administered the oath; Claudius T. Murchison; and Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper, 6/6/34

Wash. D.C. Draper in new office. Ernest G. Draper of New York City, photographed at his desk after he took office as Assistant Secretary of Commerce, succeeding John Dickinson, who has been named Assistant Attorney General. 9/12/35

Unloading hay. Dickinson, North Dakota

Hay costing twenty dollars a ton being unloaded to feed stock. East of Dickinson, North Dakota

Unloading bales of hay near Dickinson, North Dakota

Farmers and stock in drought near Dickinson, North Dakota

Hauling water for stock near Dickinson, North Dakota

Black Aleck Dickinson and his dog Snoop. Iron County, Michigan

Black Aleck Dickinson, single shacker. Iron County, Michigan

Black Aleck Dickinson and his dog Snoop. Dickinson is a single shacker in Iron County, Michigan

Black Aleck Dickinson setting a trap. Iron County, Michigan

Hired hand on Mr. Dickinson's farm in Lisbon, near Franconia, New Hampshire, putting split logs in woodshed for winter fuel

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

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

Logs for winter fuel on Mr. Dickinson's farm in Lisbon, near Franconia, New Hampshire

On Saturday afternoon many high school students come to Dickinson's farm to ski. Mr Dickenson built a ski tow on his farm three years ago at a cost of one thousand dollars. This is the first year he had made any money, although business is increasing rapidly now. He has a small dairy farm and until the hurricane last year destroyed his entire grove of maple trees he made and sold maple syrup. Lisbon near Franconia, New Hampshire

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

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

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

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

Skiers on porch of Mr. Dickinson's home in Lisbon near Franconia, New Hampshire

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

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

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

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

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

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

Hired hand on Mr. Dickinson's farm, splitting logs for winter fuel. Lisbon, near Franconia, New Hampshire

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

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

Skiers on porch of Mr. Dickinson's home in Lisbon, Franconia, New Hampshire. He installed a ski tow on his property three years ago costing around one thousand dollars, and this is the first year he has made any money on it, but business is increasing rapidly now. He has a small dairy farm and until the hurricane last year destroyed his entire grove of maple trees, he made and sold maple syrup

H. E. Dickinson

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