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Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, July 23, 1779, Request to Send Letter to Mr. Battora in New York under Flag of Truce

[Title page and frontispiece to Jean-Pierre Blanchard's Journal of my forty-fifth ascension..., showing a balloon with a man holding an American flag]

The caneing in Conduit Street. Dedicated to the flag officers of the British Navy

[Three men in basket of ascending balloon with flag attached]

[William Pitt, head-and-shoulders portrait, in disc superimposed over flag with owl, ship (Nelson), rock with sword, pike, and laurel crown, and tower on rock] / W.M. Craig, del. ; T. Brown, sculp.

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia with shield and American flag and White House]

Our country's flag! A new national song

[1840 Presidential campaign handkerchief] Log cabin with flag on top reading "Harrison and Reform"

See our torn flag still waving

Capture of the ANN D. RICHARDSON slaver [flying U.S. flag] by H.M. Steam-frigate PLUTO

The flag of our union, a national song

The flag of our union, a national song

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing eagle holding banner stating "Union Forever" in its beak and American flag in its talons]

[U.S.S. Susquehanna, Commodore Perry's flag ship, full starboard view]

Tremont House, Chicago - presentation of flag to Light Guards, by Duquesne Greys of Pittsburgh

[Design drawing for stained glass typical nave window showing Joshua at the Walls of Jericho; and David and Goliath with USA Seal, flag for Old Mariners' Church in Detroit, Michigan]

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing victorious Christ with flag]

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window "Jamestown" showing colonists, monk, ship, dogwood (Virginia state flower), and English flag]

Lithograph of Abraham Lincoln on horseback within a border of furled U. S. flag and symbolic illustrations. "After a little while."

[Flag of the Richland Volunteer Rifle Company]

[Unidentified sailor seated in front of a painted backdrop showing nautical scene, right arm resting on table draped with an American flag]

One nation, one country, one government, one flag ... U. S. Journal Central Committee, Bos. 1056, Philadelphia, Pa. [186-].

[Landscape with faintly drawn flag]

Flag of Regt., 44th N.Y. Inf.

Scenes in Charleston, S.C. [composite of 4 wood engravings]: Tomb of John C. Calhoun, in St. Philip's Churchyard; the old powder magazine, Cumberland Street; the Palmetto Flag; the Palmetto Cockade

Hurrah for the Union flag. By Hon. Thomas Williams. [Greensburg, Pa.] Westmoreland Republican print. [186-].

[Card shows two children ascending in the basket of a balloon waving a flag and handkerchief]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with forage cap in front of American flag]

Song to our flag - "Hail That Great and Glorious Banner," by A.W. Burns and George W. Hewitt

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia holding sword and American flag, with message "God, our country and liberty!"]

[Civil War envelope showing sailor climbing up flagpole to American flag with lines from poem]

[Civil War envelope showing Liberty holding a flag]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle with American flag above star design with message "Not a star must fall"]

[Civil War envelope showing flag design with message "The Union and the Constitution"]

[Civil War envelope showing portrait of Lieutenant General Winfield Scott in front of eagle and American flag banner with message "The right man in the right place!"]

[Civil War envelope showing Zouave soldier with American flag and rifle in front of sign with message "Washington via Baltimore"]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle in flight carrying American flag in beak]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle with American flag in talon attacking serpent with 7-star Confederate flag]

[Unidentified soldier in Union Zouave uniform with cased photograph in front of American flag backdrop]

[Two unidentified soldiers in Union uniforms in front of American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing Union sailor with American flag, with message "Our brave gun boat boys"]

[Civil War envelope showing George Washington standing at Mount Vernon and angel with American flag, bearing message "The banner of glofy"]

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia with American flag bearing message "For the Union" and state seal of Maryland]

[Civil War envelope showing sailor labeled "Victory" holding American flag, with message "The war for the Union"]

[Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Interior view of Fort Sumter during ceremony of raising flag]

Unknown to R. H. McEwen, Tuesday, June 11, 1861 (Requests that American flag be lowered)

[Civil War envelope showing sailor waving hat in front of American flag]

[Unidentified soldier in Union sack coat in front of American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing soldier holding American flag, with message "Liberty or death"]

Our country's flag

[Civil War envelope showing eagle with American flag and stalk of wheat with message "The people will save the country"]

[Unidentified soldier in Union cavalry uniform with Colt Dragoon revolver and sword in front of American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing American flag with second stanza from Francis Scott Key's poem, "Defence of Fort McHenry"]

[Three unidentified soldiers playing cards, smoking, and drinking in front of American flag]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with bayoneted musket in front of painted backdrop showing encampment with palmetto trees and American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing American flag on globe floating in water with message "The Union now and forever, one and inseparable"]

[The Clinch Rifles (Co. A, 5th Georgia Infantry) in ranks outside the armory at Macon, Ga.; with the first Confederate flag. May 1861]

[Civil War envelope showing Elmer Ellsworth with sword, pistol, and American flag with message "One flag, one country"]

[Civil War envelope showing sailor with American flag and sword standing atop anchor]

[Sergeant Albert S. Brownson of Company G, 12th Indiana Infantry Regiment, and Company D, 5th Indiana Cavalry Regiment, in uniform and upside down U.S. belt buckle with revolver in front of American flag backdrop]

Confederate flag flying. Ft. Sumter after the evacuation of Maj. Anderson - interior view

[Civil War envelope showing drummer boy in front of American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing American flag, cannon, and ships with message "The Star Spangled Banner"]

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia with American flag, laurel wreath, eagle, and cannon with message "Liberty and Union"]

Flag of Battery D, 2d U.S. Artillery

[Civil War envelope showing eagle and flag]

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia with eagle, American flag, and cornucopia with lines from John Savage's poem, "The starry flag"]

The flag of Fort Sumter

Down with the traitors serpent flag

[Unidentified soldier of "First Scotch Regiment," 12th Illinois Infantry Regiment, in sack coat and Tam o'Shanter cap in front of painted backdrop showing weapons and American flag at Benton Barracks, Saint Louis, Missouri]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with bayoneted musket in front of painted backdrop showing American flag and column pedestal]

[Civil War envelope showing soldier holding 51st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment flag with message "The star-flowering banner must never be furled, for its blossoms of light are the hope of the world"]

[Civil War envelope showing American flag and shield surrounded by stars and rays of light]

[Civil War envelope showing American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing flying 34-star American flag with message "The Union, now and forever"]

[Civil War envelope showing 34-star American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing shaking hands in front of U.S. Constitution with weapon and American flag in back]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle with American flag in its talon and snake coiled around Confederate flag in its beak]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle atop arrows and drum with American flag, cannon, and rifles bearing message "The Star Spangled Banner must be upheld"]

[Flag flying above an emcampment]

[Civil War envelope showing soldiers with sword and American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle with American flag as 7-star Confederate flag is hit by lightning with message "Doom of the traitors flag"]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle holding American flag in talons with message "Union & libe[rty]"]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle with American flags, shield, arrows, and laurel branch with first stanza from Joseph Rodman Drake's poem, "The American Flag"]

[Civil War envelope for Massachusetts Thirteenth Regiment Rifles showing Lady Justice dressed in an American flag pattern]

[Civil War envelope showing a firing cannon and an American flag standing in a pile of cannon balls]

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia with sword and American flag]

[Civil War envelope showing eagle and flag]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with sword in front of painted backdrop showing weapons and American flag at Benton Barracks, Saint Louis, Missouri]

[Civil War envelope showing American flag with message "The star spangled banner, the flag we fight under"]

[Civil War envelope showing an eagle carrying an American flag in its claw and a serpent in its beak with motto "The early bird catches the worm" below]

[Hospital views and the national flag of the Southern Confederacy]

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia with American flag and sword]

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia holding American flag and cornucopia next to an eagle with a snake in its beak, and with a verse from a song]

[Unidentified soldier in Union cavalry uniform holding American flag]

Our rattlesnake flag

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia and American flag with message "Columbia, Columbia, to glory arise"]

[Civil War envelope showing American flag in sunburst with message "Our Union forever"]

Gen'l Dix "Shoot the first man that dares pull that flag down / E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm), 501 Broadway, N.Y.

[Civil War envelope showing American flag flying high over a burning Fort Sumter with message "Remember Fort Sumter!"]

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