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John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson

James Gadsden to John Henry Eaton, November 16, 1818

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson, January 5, 1826

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson, January 5, 1827

John Henry Eaton to William Berkeley Lewis, August 8, 1828

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson, April 22, 1828

Andrew Jackson to John Henry Eaton, June 4, 1829

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson, November 5, 1831

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson, December 28, 1832

Map of the Old Colony Rail Road with its branches & connecting roads, prepared under the direction of the Committee of Investigation, Jany. 1850, S. Dwight Eaton, Engr.

Rufus P. Eaton of Pipe village, Lake Winnebago, Wis. A scoundrel! a knave! a liar! and a coward! I the undersigned hereby for reasons which will hereafter appear, publish and publicly post Rufus P. Easton ... as a scoundrel, a knave, a liar and

Hon. Reuben Eaton Fenton of N.Y.

Map of counties of Eaton and Barry, Michigan /

Gen. [Joseph H.] Eaton

Gen. Joseph H. Eaton, U.S.A.

Fenton, Hon. Reuben Eaton of N.Y.

Gen. John Eaton

Hon. Reuben Eaton Fenton of N.Y.

N. J. Eaton to Edward Bates, Monday, September 16, 1861 (Fremont's removal)

Noah H. Swayne to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, July 16, 1863 (Introduces John Eaton)

Eaton, Sen. Wm. Wallace, Conn.

Senator William Wallace Eaton, Senator and Representative Conn. B. Conn. 1816- D. Conn. 1898- Admitted to bar - 1837- Member of State H. of R. a no. of years. Speaker of House 1853 & 1873. Member of State Senate 1859. Member of U.S. Senate 1875-81.

Eaton, J.W.

Eaton, Gen. A.B.

Eaton, Mrs. Margaret (Peggy O'Neill), old lady

Works of the Eaton, Cole & Burnham Co., Bridgeport, Conn.

Works of Eaton, Cole & Burnham Co., Bridgeport, Conn. / Wils. Porter, del., '81. ; Charles Hart, lith., 26 Vesey St., NY.

The Union gun-boats at Shiloh on the evening of the first day / H.M. Eaton.

Mary Eaton

Lady Eaton

E. Johnson, Sir. J. & Lady Eaton, Sir E. Shackleton

Dr. Homer Eaton, portrait bust

Mary Eaton

Eaton School

Eaton School

Mrs. Adm. Eaton

Mrs. Eaton & Detective Scott

Eaton School

Dr. C.A. Eaton

Launching party, str. Geo. L. Eaton

C.S.V.[?] Clandy[?] Jno. Eaton School group

Mary Eaton and Norman H. Davis

Ervin Wasey Co. Inc., Eaton Manufacturing Co. Truck from National of Washington, D.C. in front of Valley Forge Distributing Co. I

Mary Eaton and Nm. H. Davis

Mary Eaton & Tumulty at White H., 11/19/20

Mrs. C.B. Eaton of Potomac Boat Club (Tidal Basin Carnival, [8/4/24])

Mrs. C.B. Eaton - Canoe Regatta & Water Carnival, Tidal Basin, [8/4/24]

Mary Eaton

Uncle and nephew both members of Congress. Uncle and nephew combination in Congress, Rep. Charles A. Eaton of New Jersey, (right) and his nephew Rep. William R. Eaton of Colorado, are both members of the special session of Congress which opened in Washington today. They are Republicans

Uncle and nephew both members of Congress. Uncle and nephew combination in Congress, Rep. Charles A. Eaton of New Jersey, (right) and his nephew Rep. William R. Eaton of Colorado, are both members of the special session of Congress which opened in Washington today. They are Republicans

Ervin Wasey Co. Inc., Eaton Manufacturing Co. Truck from National of Washington, D.C. in front of Valley Forge Distributing Co. IV

Ervin Wasey Co. Inc., Eaton Manufacturing Co. Truck from National of Washington, D.C. in front of Valley Forge Distributing Co. II

Ervin Wasey Co. Inc., Eaton Manufacturing Co. Truck from National of Washington, D.C. in front of Valley Forge Distributing Co. III

PRESIDENT RECEIVES FIRST BUDDY POPPY. WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 6. TODAY WAS HAPPY ONE FOR LITTLE FOUR-YEAR-OLD RUTH JOYCE BRADISH AS SHE PINNED THE FIRST BUDDY POPPY OF 1937 ON PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE. THE SALE OF BUDDY POPPIES IS CONDUCTED ANNUALLY DURING THE WEEK OF MEMORIAL DAY BY THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS FOR THE PURPOSE OF RAISING RELIEF WORK FUNDS. LITTLE RUTH IS THE DAUGHTER OF A DECEASED EX-SERVICEMAN AND WAS BROUGHT TO WASHINGTON FOR THE PRESENTATION FROM THE VFW HOME FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF EX-SERVICEMEN, EATON RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

[PRESIDENT RECEIVES FIRST BUDDY POPPY. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 6. TODAY WAS HAPPY ONE FOR LITTLE FOUR-YEAR-OLD RUTH JOYCE BRADISH AS SHE PINNED THE FIRST BUDDY POPPY OF 1937 ON PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE. THE SALE OF BUDDY POPPIES IS CONDUCTED ANNUALLY DURING THE WEEK OF MEMORIAL DAY BY THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS FOR THE PURPOSE OF RAISING RELIEF WORK FUNDS. LITTLE RUTH IS THE DAUGHTER OF A DECEASED EX-SERVICEMAN AND WAS BROUGHT TO WASHINGTON FOR THE PRESENTATION FROM THE VFW HOME FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF EX-SERVICEMEN, EATON RAPIDS, MICHIGAN]

Allen Eaton, in charge of the exhibit. He is with the Russell Sage Foundation of New York City. Looking at the "Roundup" whittle by Hugh Haskins, of Montana. The board carved in shape of the state of Montana, holds 126 horses, chuck wagon, mess tent, pup tent and other things necessary for use during the roundup season

Eaton, Warrenton, Warren County, North Carolina

Eaton, Warrenton, Warren County, North Carolina

Eaton, Warrenton, Warren County, North Carolina

Eaton, Warrenton, Warren County, North Carolina

Mr. Eaton at Bureau of Standards

Mrs. Calvin Brown, wife of FSA(Farm Security Administration) borrower, with grandson in garden near Eaton, Colorado

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Brown and grandson on the steps of their house near Eaton, Colorado. FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrowers

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Brown and grandson on the steps of their house near Eaton, Colorado. FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrowers

Dr. Eaton V.W. Read

Eaton, residence in Fairfield, Connecticut. Exterior

Lighthouse Restaurant (gas), Eaton, New York

Lighthouse Restaurant (gas), Eaton, New York

Horses graze at the Eaton's Dude Ranch, Wyoming

A guest practices lassoing at Eaton's Dude Ranch, Wyoming

Just a smidge of the more than 1,400 washing machines and wash products on display at Lee Maxwell's Washing Machine Museum in little Eaton, Colorado. Newly retired, Mr. Maxwell had no hobby, and, on a cross-country trip, he and his wife saw an old washer for sale one day. The rest, as they say, is history, to the tune of assembling the world-record number of sudsers

Just a smidge of the more than 1,400 washing machines and wash products on display at Lee Maxwell's Washing Machine Museum in little Eaton, Colorado. Newly retired, Mr. Maxwell had no hobby, and, on a cross-country trip, he and his wife saw an old washer for sale one day. The rest, as they say, is history, to the tune of assembling the world-record number of sudsers

State Department confers privately with House on amendments to Neutrality Act. Washington, D.C., June 5. Meeting today in executive session, the House Foreign Affairs Committee conferred with officials from the State Department on proposed amendments to the present neutrality laws. Left to right, seated: R. Walton Moore, State Department counselor, Chairman Sol Bloom, Green H. Hackworth, State Dept. legal advisor; standing: Carlton Savage, assistant to Moore, and Rep. Charles A. Eaton of N.J.

Wife of Agriculture secretary views rural art exhibit. Washington, D.C., Nov. 23. Mrs. Henry A. Wallace, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture, was visitor today at the Rural Art Exhibit sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Russell Eaton, Director of the Exhibit, acts as guide for Mrs. Wallace, who is shown in this picture viewing a wayside stand which was placed on exhibition by the Millbrook Garden Club, Millbrook, New York. 11/23/37

["Dick" Eaton]

Mary Eaton, 11/19/20

Mary Eaton and Jos. P. Tumulty, 11/19/20

Bureau of Standards designs new device for studying water flow through plumbing fixtures. Washington, D.C., March 13. A new type of rate-of-flow meter for studying the rate of variation of flow of water through plumbing fixtures and for use in investigation presenting similar problems has just been designed and built by the U.S. Bureau of Standards with the cooperation of the Plumbing Fixture Manufacturers Research Associateship. Mr. H.M. Eaton, who is in charge of the hydraulics laboratory where the device is installed, is shown in foreground of picture, 3-13-40

Mary Eaton and Jos. P. Tumulty, 11/19/20

Providence College, William M. Bailey House, Eaton Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

The Civil Service Cerberus and the Hercules of spoils

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eaton, Preble County, Ohio

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eaton, Preble County, Ohio

The Civil Service Cerberus and the Hercules of spoils

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eaton, Preble County, Ohio

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eaton, Preble County, Ohio

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eaton, Preble County, Ohio

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eaton, Preble County, Ohio

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eaton, Preble County, Ohio

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eaton, Preble County, Ohio

Samuel Swartwout to John Henry Eaton, March 26, 1826

Samuel Swartwout to John Henry Eaton, March 26, 1826

Samuel Swartwout to John Henry Eaton, March 26, 1826

Samuel Swartwout to John Henry Eaton, March 26, 1826

William Eaton to James Madison, November 29, 1815.

William Eaton to James Madison, November 29, 1815.

William Eaton to James Madison, November 29, 1815.

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson, April 16, 1832

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson, April 16, 1832

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson, April 16, 1832

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