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A sober reply in Christian love to a paragraph in Jonathan Edwards's discourse, delivered at New Haven, Sept. 10th, 1741. [New London, Printed by Timothy Green, 1741?].

Thomas Jefferson to Pierpont Edwards, May 11, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Pierpont Edwards, March 31, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, December 30, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to John Edwards, January 22, 1797

James Monroe to Enoch Edwards, February 12, 1798.

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, June 2, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, October 11, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, July 9, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, September 17, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Pierpont Edwards, March 29, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, April 18, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, May 11, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, May 7, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Pierpont Edwards, July 21, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, August 28, 1801

Robert Hays et al. to Nathan Edwards, September 8, 1806

The Sexual system as represented by modern authors / Edwards, del.; Mazel, sculp.

Notice. A lecture will be delivered before the "Alton literary society," on Friday evening, December 21st, by Alfred Stevens, Esq'r., on the fall of Poland. Citizens are invited to attend. N. G. Edwards. Sec. Dec. 20, 1838. Alton "Telegraph" off

Notice. A lecture will be delivered before the "Alton Literary society," on Friday evening, Febr'y 8th at half past 6 by, J. R. Bullock, Esq, Citizens are invited to attend. N. G. Edwards, Sec. Alton, Feb. 8, 1839. Alton "Telegraph" Office [1839

[Judge Ogden Edwards, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the left]

Murder! $500 reward. A reward of $500 will be given for the apprehension, and safe delivery in the jail of Chillicothe of the murderer of Frederick Edwards, committed at Bourneville, Ross county, O. on the night of the 19th of Nove

Henry Clay Copied from a daguerreotype portrait by Anthony, Edwards & Co. taken April 1844 / / on stone by F. Davignon ; lith. of Endicott.

James L. Edwards to Maria Davis, Tuesday, March 20, 1849 (Bounty Land Claim)

James L. Edwards to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 28, 1849 (Pension Claims)

Samuel Houston / engd. by W.J. Edwards, from a daguerreotype.

Oliver Edwards, Col. 37th Mass

Hon. Edwards

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Ninian W. Edwards to Edwards, Tuesday, December 11, 1860 (Forwards letter)

Edwards, Hon. Thos. M. of N.Y.

Tom O. Edwards to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 07, 1860 (Introduction)

Hon. Edwards

C.S. Edwards

Ninian W. Edwards to Edwards, Tuesday, December 11, 1860 (Forwards letter)

Ninian W. Edwards to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 24, 1861 (Introduction)

"Jesse K. Dubois, William Butler, and Ozias M. Hatch" to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 21, 1861 (Protest appointment of Ninian Edwards)

Ninian W. Edwards to Edward Bates, Thursday, June 18, 1863 (Conduct as a commissary of subsistence)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Ninian W. Edwards to Edward Bates, Thursday, June 18, 1863 (Conduct as a commissary of subsistence)

Jacob Bunn to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 25, 1863 (Complains about Ninian Edwards and other Democratic office holders in Springfield)

C. A. Edwards to William A. Newell, Saturday, June 18, 1864 (Removal of Samuel A. Hopkins)

Pierrepont, Hon. Edwards, Attny General - Grant Adm.

Birds eye view of the city of Port Huron, Sarnia & Gratiot, St. Clair Co., Michigan 1867 & Point Edwards, Lambton Co., Canada west.

Henry W. Longfellow. [Born Feb. 27, 1807. Died March 24, 1882.] I. Edwards Clarke. Washington, D. C. March 24, 1882.

Edwards' map of Jackson Co., Missouri /

Edwards' map of Adams Co., Illinois /

Mattie Edwards Hewitt

[Mattie Edwards Hewitt, half-length portrait, standing, facing front]

Mattie Edwards Hewitt

Edwards County, Illinois 1891 /

Edwards Co.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Edwards, Saint Lawrence County, New York

Gen. C.R. Edwards

Dr. Hall Edwards, portrait bust

Agustin Edwards

Cliff Edwards and wife

W.H. Edwards

Edwards Hall, Princeton University

E.I. Edwards

E.J. Edwards

Joe Edwards

Marguerita Sylva in Kirke La Shelle's elaborate opera comique production, The Princess Chic book by Kirke La Shelle, music by Julian Edwards.

Big Bill Edwards & scouts

Dr. Marion Edwards Park

Miss Stanley Edwards as "Bimbie"

Wm. Seymour Edwards

Mrs. Clarence Edwards

Agustin Edwards

[Scientific equipment used by Dr. Davis of Columbia University and Prof. Edwards of Trinity College in their experiment at Columbia, combining oxygen and hydrogen under the influence of radium]

A geographical curiosity: Mt. Edwards, in Glacier National [...] This peak, 9,000 feet high, was part of an ocean bed 100 mi[...] ago. Enormous pressure from far below forced it upward, [...] glaciers, rains, and snows gnawed at its sides. Shells and other forms of ocean life are found encrusted in the rocky slopes

EDWARDS, CHARLES GORDON. HONORABLE

EDWARDS, JOHN. HONORABLE

EDWARDS, CHARLES G. HONORABLE

EDWARDS, CLEMENT. HONORABLE

EDWARDS, JOHN. HONORABLE

Postmaster General Will Hays with his four assistants. L to R, [Unidentified, First Assistant Postmaster General Hubert Work]; Second Assistant Postmaster General E.H. Shaugnnessy; Third Assistant Postmaster General W. Irving Glover; Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Harry H. Hillany. Back row: W. Mooney; Rush D. Simmons; G.W. Perkins; T.L. Degman; John H. Edwards

EDWARDS, CHARLES GORDON. HONORABLE

Edwards and Jacobson with other laborers laying a concrete sidewalk

Taft golf cabinet [standing with golf clubs] (March 1909). From left to right: Sherman; Butt; Edwards; Taft

Misses Emma Stitt, Virginia Edwards, Cecil L. Jones, and Alice Milburn

President Taft and Gen. Clarence Edwards riding horses

Edwards M'F'G Co., Augusta, ME

Dobbs & Edwards

Joe Edwards

Joe Edwards

NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION AT WHITE HOUSE. ARMY OFFICERS. TWO IN CENTER: GENERAL EDWARDS AND COL. SIDNEY A. CLOMAN

[Exhibit display area for architectural photographs by "Frances Benjamin Johnston, Mattie Edwards Hewitt, Official Photographers"]

Gen. Clarence Edwards, in uniform

BASEBALL, PROFESSIONAL. PRESIDENT AND MRS. TAFT; GENERAL CLARENCE EDWARDS

Capt. F.E. Beanell [i.e., Beadnell], Purser Robt' Edwards of CYMRIC

B.P. Harrison, Miss.; J.K. Vardaman, Miss.; Gen C.R. Edwards, U.S.A.

Edwards, Freake, and others -- Polo

Ebb-tide in the industry. Home of Mrs. Edwards. Her boy (photo 2203) works in Century Cotton Mill, South Boston, Va. Gets forty cents a day. Husband has a job in a North Caroline cotton mill not far away, and spends Sunday with the family here. They moved here a while ago, expecting steady work which was promised by the mill. Disappointed, as mill work very slack. Two girls (said to be 15 and 17) work in the shirt factory here, where I afterwards found some young children at work. Location: South Boston, Virginia.

[Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, 1832-1919, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, wearing man's top hat and coat]

Portrait photograph of Captain Everett Edwards

Mrs. Edwards & Frl. Kussin [boxing]

C.J. Edwards

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISON; MURRAY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 2ND ROW: UNIDENTIFIED; EDWARDS OF GEORGIA; McDERMOTT OF ILLINOIS; REAR ROW: WHITE OF OHIO; UNIDENTIFIED; TOM REILLY OF CONNECTICUT; WEBB OF NORTH CAROLINA; RAUCH OF INDIANA

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISON; MURRAY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 2ND ROW: UNIDENTIFIED; EDWARDS OF GEORGIA; McDERMOTT OF ILLINOIS; REAR ROW: WHITE OF OHIO; UNIDENTIFIED; TOM REILLY OF CONNECTICUT; WEBB OF NORTH CAROLINA; RAUCH OF INDIANA

[Mary Edwards Walker, 1832-1919, full length portrait, standing, facing slightly right; holding umbrella; in top hat and tails. 1st woman Army medical officer (Civil War); suffragette and dress reformer]

Fraulein Kussin and Mrs. Edwards boxing

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