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U.S. Reports: Rapelje v. Emery, 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 231 (1795)

Gen. Lucius Fairchild, Col. 2nd Wisc Regt

Gen. Lucius Fairchild, Col. 2nd Wisc Regt

Gen. Lucius Fairchild, Col. 2nd Wisc Regt

Edmund James McGarn and William Fairchild to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 20, 1861 (Threat from Mississippi)

Telegram from Alexander Graham Bell to Marian Bell Fairchild, February 15, 1885

The Philistines be upon thee Samson!

The Philistines be upon thee Samson!

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Marian Bell Fairchild, April 29, 1897

H. Leroy Fairchild

Fairchild

Blair Fairchild

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Marian Bell Fairchild, February 15, 1901

Telegram from Alexander Graham Bell to Marian Bell Fairchild, November 5, 1903

FAIRCHILD, LOUIS W. HONORABLE

FAIRCHILD, LOUIS W. HONORABLE

FAIRCHILD, MILTON

FAIRCHILD, BENJAMIN. HONORABLE

FAIRCHILD, BENJAMIN. HONORABLE

FAIRCHILD, G.W., MRS.

FAIRCHILD, TAYLOR IMOGENE

Mrs. C.E. Fairchild

Henry Pratt Fairchild

E.T. Fairchild

[Reproduction of frontispiece in Catalogue Plantarum by Thomas Fairchild, 1723]

Letter from David Fairchild, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry, Washington, D.C., to John D. Whiting

My name is Fairchild. I mean what I say. You're going to run the Liberta ashore on Sand Island. Mr. White will communicate with the engine room

Benj. L. Fairchild, N.Y.

Benj. L. Fairchild, N.Y.

Hon. & Mrs. Benj. L. Fairchild, 4/21/22

Washington man sleeps in a blanketless bed. Milton Fairchild of Washington, D.C., does not need any blankets for keeping him warm these winter nights.He has invented an electrical bed which does not require any covering for the body when asleep. Furthermore, according to Mr Fairchild, an "electric blanket" is healthier and one is not so susceptible to colds. The temperature is maintained constant throughout the night by automatic controls

Assistant Secretary of War completes final plans with pilots for long air trip to Panama. Final plans were completed at Bolling Field, Washington, today for Assistant Secretary of War F. Trubee Davison, who will start on his long flight to Panama at daylight Sunday, March 11th. In the photograph, to right: Secretary Davison; Maj. Gen. James E. [...]et, Chief of Army Air Corps, who will accompany him; [...]ain Ira C. Eaker and Lieut. Muir S. Fairchild, who [...] pilot the planes

[Aerial view of New York City] / Fairchild Aerial Surveys Inc., N.Y.C.

Secretary of Agriculture presents Meyer medal to veteran government plant explorer. Washington, D.C., July 24. Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace, right, presenting the Meyer Medal for distinguished services in plant introduction to David Fairchild, Veteran Plant Explorer of the United States Department of Agriculture. The Secretary made the award on behalf of the American Genetic Association, the Trustees of the Medal. Following the presentation, Secretary Wallace out-lined the distinguished services of Dr. Fairchild during his 50 year's association with the department of Agriculture. Dr. Fairchild has introduced many hundreds of new plants into America. Others in the picture are Mrs. Fairchild and P.H. Dorsett, retired plant explorer, 724-39

American "Fairchild" aircraft. American "Fairchild" amphibian aircraft being used by the Air Sea Rescue Service of the Middle East Command in their search over the Mediterrinean for pilots who have been forced down into the sea

American "Fairchild" aircraft. American "Fairchild" amphibian aircraft being used by the Air Sea Rescue Service of the Middle East Command in their search over the Mediterrinean for pilots who have been forced down into the sea

W.S. Fairchild, Lloyd Neck, Long Island. Draft room

W.S. Fairchild, Lloyd Neck, Long Island. Tennis court, to balcony

W.S. Fairchild, Lloyd Neck, Long Island. General view of tennis court

Shoes and lunch taken by Mr. Fairchild to work at a steel works in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a vegetable farmer near Saugus, Massachusetts

W.S. Fairchild, Lloyd Neck, Long Island. Tennis court, to rear

W.S. Fairchild, Lloyd Neck, Long Island. Generator

W.S. Fairchild, Lloyd Neck, Long Island. Power house

Fairchild Aviation Corp., Jamaica, New York. Jamaica Ave. facade

Mr. Fairchild, vegetable farmer near Saugus, Massachusetts. He also works at a steelworks in Boston

Beaumont, Texas. Mammie Fairchild and Dorothy Mason working on a bus at the city transit company

Beaumont, Texas. Mammie Fairchild and Dorothy Mason lubricating a bus at the city transit company

Beaumont, Texas. Miss Manie Fairchild and Mrs. Dorothy Mason, mechanics at the city transit company. They work on buses

Beaumont, Texas. Mamie Fairchild and Dorothy Mason working on a bus at the city transit company

Truck being loaded into the new C-82 at demonstration of equipment held by United States Army Air Forces. The after end of the fuselage opens to the complete height and width of the interior, which is square. This is first plane designed solely for hauling military cargo, and is the product of the combined engineering staffs of Air Technical Service Command and the Fairchild Aircraft Corporation

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Testing cell

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Sharp view

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Air conditioning

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Conference room II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Night exterior II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Sharp view to panels

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. To main entrance I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Exterior II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Conference room I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Cutting machine

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Stairway to girders

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. To main entrance III

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Newbold office II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Cafeteria I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Balcony to stairs

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Sharp view, main facade

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Ceiling detail

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. To main entrance IV

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. To secretary desk I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Plant in operation I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Corner office

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. To secretary desk II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Panel detail

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Exterior I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Cafeteria II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Night exterior V

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Broad, general view

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. North facade

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Lobby, to reception desk

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Plant in operation II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Boiler room II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Oblique shot, lobby

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Lobby, to girders

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Lobby, to receptionist

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Boiler room I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Night exterior IV

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Exterior from gate

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Night exterior III

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Air conditioning machines

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. View to work space

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Night exterior I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Guest dining room

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. To main entrance II

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Mr. Newbold in office I

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Exterior, east facade

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Cafeteria close-up

Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Bayshore, Long Island, New York. Newbold office III

Arthur M. Loew, business on Red Spring Rd., Glen Cove, Long Island. Exterior

Fairchild Camera & Instrument Co., Syosset, Long Island. View III

Arthur M. Loew, business on Red Spring Rd., Glen Cove, Long Island. Tennis court, interior II

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