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The Army of the Cumberland in front of Chattanooga / J.G. 1863 ; lith. by Donaldson & Elmes.

The Army of the Cumberland in front of Chattanooga / J.G. 1863 ; lith. by Donaldson & Elmes.

Fischer's own--Bliss Moore & Co., Chicago / Donaldson & Elmes Steam Lith., Cin. O.

Mountain Dew fine cut chewing tobacco Manufactured by Allen & Ellis, the leader tobacco works of Chicago / / Donaldson & Elmes Steam Lith.

Yosemite. Fine cut. John T. Hancock, Dubuque, Iowa / Donaldson & Elmes lith., Cin., O.

Gulliver and the Liliputians / Donaldson Brothers, Five Points, N.Y.

The Donaldson bicycle lithos for the season of 1896

DONALDSON, JOHN L.

J.A. Donaldson

Mrs. L.B. Gilespie, Mrs. T.O. Donaldson, Sue Spiller

Coolidge & Sgt. Michael A. Donaldson, [8/9/23]

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

Making way for Roosevelt bills. Speaker Joe Byrns, seated, tells a group of newspaper men that everything will be set aside in the House to make way for the president's four point temporary legislative program made necessary by the Supreme Court's NRA decision. The Speaker said that the Congress will NOT instigate a constitutional amendment to circumvent the court's ruling. Bill Donaldson, superintendent of the House Press Gallery, is shown beside the Speaker, 6/6/35

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, [...]

Sergeant Mike Donaldson. Hero of World War who selected unknown soldier at unknown soldier's tomb of Arlington Armistice Day. 11/11/35

Civil Service hearing. Mrs. Josephine Smithers, who was made center of a storm of protests over her raise from $1740 to $2300 yearly, and Jessie Donaldson, Director of Personnel of the Post Office Department who backed the raise. 3-29-39

Complaints that pretty girls receive favors in promotions brings questioning of civil service employees. Washington, D.C., March 29. Senator Allen J. Ellender, Louisiana, remarked before the group of witnesses at his hearing today on civil service appointments that a group of civil service employees had complained to him last Friday night that they were dis-satisfied over the system of appointments, but were affraid to appear before his committee to openly state charges. The charges Sen. Ellender said, were to the effect that beauty means more in promotions than efficiency. Today, he called in post office employees where, it was charged, Mrs. Josephine Smithers had been promoted from a salary of $1740 to $2300 a year, while Miss Leone Adair, who has served the department longer, was broken hearted because she had not been considered. This is a general view of the hearing with witnesses. Left to right - William J. Dixon, Superintendant, Division of Postmasters, who appointed Mrs. Smithers, Leone Adair, one of protesting witnesses, Jessie Donaldson, Director of Personnel who backed up Dixon's Judgment in Promotions, Mrs. Virginia Counselman, complaining witness, J.P.B. Barber, complaing witness, Rose Goldensiel, complaining witness, and - in back, standing - Mrs. D.L. Holladay, complaining witness. 3-29-39

GIRL SCOUTS PREPARE LUNCHEON UNDER WATCHFUL EYES OF MRS. ROOSEVELT. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. ARRIVING EARLY AT THE GIRL SCOUTS LITTLE HOUSE WHERE SHE WAS HONOR GUEST AT A LUNCHEON TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT WATCHED THE YOUNGSTERS PREPARE THE FOOD THEY LATER SERVED AT THE MEAL. THE FIRST LADY'S VISIT HIGHLIGHTED GIRL SCOUT PARTICIPATION THROUGHTOUT THE COUNTRY IN THE OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL BETTER HOMES WEEK. SHOWN WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT, L TO R: SARAH DONALDSON; MARIAN FAEL; VIRGINIA STEELE; AND BETTY ROSSER

Welcome - defense workers! Homes registration office : Defense rental listing bureau / / Joe Donaldson, Jr.

Training. Brooklyn Avaiation Center. Major John Donaldson, U.S. Army Air Corps, discusses the construction of an airplane wing section with Kay Hoo Chung at the Brooklyn Aviation Trade Center. Major Donaldson, a veteran of the first world war, is the head of the school, which trains workers for airplane factories. Mr. Chung, who was born in China, is nearing completion of the course offered by the school

Lady Lighton(?), Mrs. John Donaldson, Mrs. Robert Ollsen, Mrs. Josephine Schain

Coolidge & Sgt. Michael A. Donaldson, 8/9/23

Pershing decorating Jno. C. Donaldson, 3/9/23

Come, Jeff, come, or, Fort Donaldson is taken. Air- Annie of the Vale. A. W. Auner, Song publisher, &c., 110 North 10th Street, ab. Arch, Phila

Pershing decorating Jno. C. Donaldson, 3/9/23

Congress' reporters hold own elections. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. The biennial election of press galleries of the House and Senate today cast ballots to elect a standing committee of five to supervise management of the two press galleries during the next two years. Here, Harriet Evans, casts her ballot while election officials, Chester R. Thrift, Douglas Cornell and Bill Donaldson, Superintendent of the House Press Gallery see that it is done right, 1/20/39

Donaldson Run Bridge, Spanning Donaldson Run, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Congress' reporters hold own elections. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. The biennial election of press galleries of the House and Senate today cast ballots to elect a standing committee of five to supervise management of the two press galleries during the next two years. Here, Harriet Evans, casts her ballot while election officials, Chester R. Thrift, Douglas Cornell and Bill Donaldson, Superintendent of the House Press Gallery see that it is done right, 1/20/39

Thomas Donaldson to Montgomery Blair, Monday, November 10, 1862 (Release of political prisoners in Baltimore)

Thomas Donaldson to Montgomery Blair, Monday, November 10, 1862 (Release of political prisoners in Baltimore)

Thomas Donaldson to Montgomery Blair, Monday, November 10, 1862 (Release of political prisoners in Baltimore)

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

Golden Oil Company, Lot 410 Lease, Sheffield Field, Donaldson, Warren County, PA

James L. Donaldson to Thomas Jefferson, January 11, 1807

James L. Donaldson to Thomas Jefferson, January 11, 1807

J. L. Donaldson to William Stewart, July 5, 1806

J. L. Donaldson to William Stewart, July 5, 1806

J. L. Donaldson to William Stewart, July 5, 1806

J. L. Donaldson to William Stewart, July 5, 1806

Letter from Mary L. Donaldson to Alexander Graham Bell, January 20, 1904

Letter from Mary L. Donaldson to Alexander Graham Bell, January 20, 1904

James Waughop to Donaldson Thorburn & Co, July 2, 1803. Bill of lading for wine.

James Waughop to Donaldson Thorburn & Co, July 2, 1803. Bill of lading for wine.

Letter from Mary L. Donaldson to Alexander Graham Bell, April 10, 1906

Letter from Mary L. Donaldson to Alexander Graham Bell, April 10, 1906

Samuel Donaldson, April 5, 1816

Samuel Donaldson, April 5, 1816

Donaldson, Thorburn & Co. to James Madison, September 17, 1803. enclosed with a receipt for wine to be paid to T. Butler.

Donaldson, Thorburn & Co. to James Madison, September 17, 1803. enclosed with a receipt for wine to be paid to T. Butler.

Donaldson, Thorburn & Co. to James Madison, September 17, 1803. enclosed with a receipt for wine to be paid to T. Butler.

Donaldson, Thorburn & Co. to James Madison, September 17, 1803. enclosed with a receipt for wine to be paid to T. Butler.

John Granbery to Donaldson, Thorburn & Co., September 20, 1803. Account.

John Granbery to Donaldson, Thorburn & Co., September 20, 1803. Account.