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Thomas Jefferson, no date, Dollar Equivalents in Foreign Currencies

United States Congress, May 16, 1783, Resolution to Pay Courier and Postage Expenses for American Foreign Ministers

Thomas Jefferson, 1783, List of American Foreign Ministers

Thomas Jefferson Ferdinand Grand, August 12, 1786, Memorandum on Finances for American Foreign Ministers in Europe

James Madison, 1787, Fragment of Document on Foreign Trade; Sent to Thomas Jefferson

United States Treasury Board, 1788, Statement on Loan from the Netherlands; Foreign Office Budget, 1788 to 1790

Alexander Hamilton , May 10, 1790. "Abstract of duties which have accrued on the Tonnage of Foreign & Domestic vessels".

Thomas Jefferson, 1790-1793, List of Presents Received by Foreign Ministers

U. S. State Department, March 18, 1791, Foreign Fund Expenses

Thomas Jefferson, March 31, 1792, Note on Foreign and Domestic Debt

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, January 24, 1792, Foreign Fund Estimate

Thomas Jefferson, March 13, 1808, Rembrandt Peale Character Reference for Foreign Travel

Easter card--Cape Mount--A gift to the members of the Foreign Missionary Box Association of the Protestant Episcopal Church

Acrobats on horseback

Christmas card--A gift to the members of the Foreign Missionary Box Association of the Protestant Episcopal Church

A Foreign warship at Columbian Naval Review, 1892 [i.e. 1893]

The Foreign element in New York--the Chinese colony, Mott Street / Drawn by W. Bengough.

Watching the "Foreign Devils" - Gate of the English Bridge barring the Cantonese from the Legations, China

As the heathen see us - a meeting of the Chinese Foreign Missions Society

Flag of Foreign Legion

Ministers of Foreign Powers during negotiations with China - leaving Spanish legation after a sitting - Peking, China

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions group

Immigrants just arrived from Foreign Countries--Immigrant Building, Ellis Island, New York Harbor

Over Main Entrance and Colonade, Agricultural Palace [r]ight, Foreign Palace (left), Portland Exposition, Portland, Ore.

Dr. Edw. E. Pratt, Chief Bureau Foreign & Domestic Commerce

The Field: Foreign Notes

[Commercial Foreign Packages]

[Commercial Foreign Packages]

Von Jagow, German Foreign Minister

Newton D. Baker and Foreign Officers

U.S. Reports: Texas & N. O. R.R. Co. v. Sabine Tram. Co., 227 U.S. 111 (1913)

Enrique C. Creel, Sec. Foreign Relations

Women Representing Foreign Countries Suffragette's Parade - March 3, 1913 - Washington, D.C.

[Cup or Vase "Presented to J. Harry Covington by the members of the Committee of Interstate and Foreign Commerce, June 30, 1914]

[Cup or Vase "Presented to J. Harry Covington by the members of the Committee fo Interstate and Foreign Commerce, June 30, 1914"]

FOREIGN TRADE COUNCIL. IN LEAD, FREDERICK A. DELANO AND J. P. MORGAN, JR.; LEAVING WHITE HOUSE

CHAMBER OF COMERCE OF U.S.A. COMMITTEE ON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: CHARLES C. JENK; C.A. McCORMICK; D.A. SKINNER, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF CHAMBER; A.W. SHAW, CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE; E.E. PRATT, CHIEF, BUREAU OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE; CALVIN M. SMYTH; E. OLIVER FOWLKES

CHAMBER OF COMERCE OF U.S.A. COMMITTEE ON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: CHARLES C. JENK; C.A. McCORMICK; D.A. SKINNER, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF CHAMBER; A.W. SHAW, CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE; E.E. PRATT, CHIEF, BUREAU OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE; CALVIN M. SMYTH; E. OLIVER FOWLKES

COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF JULY 4TH PARADE. FLOAT OF BUREAU OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE

Letter from R. H. Glover, Foreign Secretary, Christian and Missionary Alliance, to Dr. W. W. Peet, American Legation, Switzerland

Foreign Missions at Mt. Vernon, [Virginia], 1917

FOURTH OF JULY. FOREIGN GROUPS ON RED CROSS STEPS

FOURTH OF JULY. FOREIGN GROUPS ON RED CROSS STEPS

FOURTH OF JULY. FOREIGN SAILORS

FOURTH OF JULY. FOREIGN SOLDIERS

FOURTH OF JULY. FOREIGN GROUPS ON RED CROSS STEPS

MEDALS, DECORATIONS, ETC. FOREIGN OFFICERS DECORATED BY SEC. BAKER

MEDALS, DECORATIONS, ETC. FOREIGN OFFICERS DECORATED BY SEC. BAKER

SENATE, COMMITTEES. FOREIGN RELATIONS. WARREN G. HARDING; BLURRED; FRANK B. BRANDEGEE; BLURRED; HENRY CABOT LODGE, CHAIRMAN; GILBERT M. HITCHCOCK; CLAUDEA. SWANSON; OTHERS BLURRED

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, fall of the Alamo Mexican war

Veterans of Foreign Wars. Drum corps

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, surrender at Manila[?]

Veterans of Foreign Wars. Majors of drum corps

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, scene at Santiago

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, scene in Santiago

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, a scene in Samoan islands

Emprunt Français 5 percent 1920 - Lloyds and National Provincial Foreign Bank Limited

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, annexation of Texas

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, surrender at Manila[?]

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, annexation of Texas

[Foreign visitors at White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Foreign visitor at White House, Washington, D.C.]

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, [...] Philippines

Pageant, Vets of Foreign Wars, return of overseas soldiers

House Com. on Interstate & Foreign Commerce

Sen. Hiram Johnson of Calif. on the steps of the U.S. Capitol addressing Veterans of Foreign Wars who presented a bonus petition at the Capitol - prominent in the group are Congressman Fordney, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, and Sen. McCumber, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee

Foreign delegates, women's foreign [...] society, 11/1/22

Representatives of League of Amer. Citizens of Ukrainian extraction with Rep. Stephen Porter, Chmn. of the House Foreign Relations Comm. L. to r.: Rep. Porter, [à] J. Hrycey and Dwight N. Lowery, General Counsel for the Delegation

Miss Julienne Sessions, Pres. of the Ohio League of Women Voters, presenting a World Court petition to Sen. F.B. Willis, Chmn. of the Senate Foreign Committee. Left to right: Sen. Willis, Miss Sessions, and Sen. Simon D. Fess of Ohio

Gen. Lloyd M. Brett, right, Nat'l Comdr. Veterans of Foreign Wars, pinning the first poppy emblematic of the Amer. soldiers disabled in the World War, on Gen. Frank T. Hines, Direct. of the Veterans Bur., others in the group included Gen. L. Brett's staff, the Asst. Dirct. of the Bur.

[Gen. Hines & Vets of Foreign Wars, 4/3/24]

Vets of Foreign Wars poppy story, [3/19/24]

Foreign Personnel Service Board, [6/22/24]

U.S. Reports: United States v. New York S. S. Co., 269 U.S. 304 (1925)

Delegation from Veterans of Foreign Wars, [10/21/25]

Delegation from Veterans of Foreign Wars, [10/21/25]

[Floral anchor: Veterans of Foreign Wars]

Secretary of State Charles Evan Hughes, (left), with Senator Borah, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, leaving a two hour executive session on February 2, when both Secretary Hughes and Secretary Hoover were heard regarding the German Commercial Treaty, intended as a model for conventions with other nations

Foreign Service Officers of State Dept., [6/5/25]

Foreign service class, State Dept., [Washington, D.C., 5/4/26]

[Foreign & other delegates, 50th anniv., A.L.A.]

Secretary of Navy is presented with "Buddy Poppy" anchor by Veterans of Foreign Wars. The Secretary of the Navy, Curtis D. Wilbur, was presented with a floral Poppy Anchor at the Navy Department in Washington today by Theodore Stitt, Commander-in-Chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The Secretary of the Navy is presented with this Anchor each year by the Veterans as a tribute to the services of the veterans of the Navy who lost their lives during our Nation's wars. On Memorial Day the anchor will be cast on the waters of the Potomac River with impressive ceremonies

[Frank Kellogg defending U.S. action in Nicaragua before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, with chairman of the committee Senator William E. Borah on the left]

Youngster presents President Coolidge with check for flood victims and first "Buddy Poppy" for Veterans of Foreign Wars. Today was a happy one for little Elizabeth Anne Stitt, three-year-old daughter of Commander-in-Chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, for she had the honor of presenting President Coolidge, as head of the American Red Cross, a $500 check for the Mississippi Flood victims and the first "Buddy Poppy" of the season. The check was a contribution from the "buddy Poppy" Relief Fund of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The poppies are [...]de by disabled veterans and distributed by the Veterans of Foreign Wars during the week proceding Memorial Day

Brit. [i.e., British] & Foreign Bible Society Building, view from across plaza, 1928

Tells [...] Joseph E. [...] appeared be [...] Foreign Rel[...] American c[...] depr[...] has from 5 [...] is being exp[...] legislature [...] law in reco[...]

Commander-In-Chief of Veterans of Foreign Wars presents legislative program to president. President Coolidge and Lieut. Eugene P. Carver, Jr., of Boston, Mass., Commander-in-Chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, photographed at the White House today shortly after Commander Carver presented the legislative program of the veterans to the President

President Hoover receives first "Buddy Poppy". Eugene S. Carver, Commander-in-chief, Veterans of Foreign Wars, holds little Betty Boyer of Washington, while she pins the first "buddy poppy." The poppies are sold every year at this time for the benefit of American Veterans of Foreign Wars

United States soldiers who died in Russia during World War buried in Arlington. Impressive services marked the burial in Arlington National Cemetary today of three members of the "Polar Bear Army," whose bodies were to this country from Russia. The men were Privates Elmer E. Steicher; Louis A. Szymanski; and James T. Ida, a Japanese. Services were conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars

Assistant Secretary of Navy rays tribute to Late Rear Admiral Peary. Memorial services commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the discovery of the North Pole by Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary were conducted at the grave of the explorer in Arlington National Cemetery today under the suspices of the Robert E. Peary Ship, Veterans of Foreign Wars. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy Ernest L. Jahncke is shown placing a wreath while on his right is Rear Admiral Luther E. Gregory, Chief of Civil Engineers, United States Navy

U.S. Capitol interiors. Foreign Relations Committee room in U.S. Capitol II

President Hoover receives first Buddy Poppy. Little Lois June Allen, five-year-old daughter of deceased veteran, presenting President Hoover with the first Buddy Poppy of the annual campaign conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States for the relief of disabled veterans and their dependants. The father of Lois was Private Barney Allen of Detroit, who served with the 310th Engineers in Northern Russia from July 1918 to July 1919 [White House, Washington, D.C.]

U.S. Capitol interiors. Foreign Relations Committee room in U.S. Capitol I

Given luncheon at Capitol. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today tendered a luncheon to General Jan Christian Smuts, former premier of South Africa. Seated in the center of the group: Senator Claude A. Swanson, General Smuts, Eric H. Low, South African Minister to the United States, Senator Rey Pittman and Philip C, Nash, Director of the League of Nations Association

Italy's Ambassador to U.S. [...] his country's position in the five-power [...]. In our address over the Columbia Broadcasting Station from [...] in Washington February 11 [...] Martine, Italian Ambassador, declared his country's position is the five-power naval conference in London as one of [...] with every other (left) was introduced to his radio audience by Senator Frederick M. Gillett of Massachusetts member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations

Secy. of War Patrick Hurley at Xmas party, Mt. Alto Hospital, given by Veterans of Foreign Wars

Foreign veterans honor unknown dead. One of the first acts of the delegates of the Federation Interallies des Ancians Combattants [...] upon their arrival in Washington for their eleventh annual convention was to make a pilgrmage to Arlington National Cemetary to pay tribute to the Unknown dead of the World War. This photograph shows Lieut. Col. Fred Abbott of England, president of Fidae, placing a medal on the Unknown Soldier's Tomb, after first laying a wreath there

Root explains his "formula" to committee. Elihu Root, former Secretary of State, photographed as he appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to explain the "Root Formula" for the United States to enter the League of Nations Court. He explained the discussions at Geneva two years ago, when the now famous formula was the subject of negotiations. 1/31

Veterans appeal to Congress for bonus. Scene on the Capitol steps in Washington today when a thousand veterans presented a truck load of petitions to Congress for immediate payment of the bonus. On the extreme right is Paul Wolman, past Grand Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, is presenting the petitions to Rep. Rainey, of Illinois. Others on the picture are Rep. Snell; Rep. Patman; and Senator Brookhart, 4/8/32

CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER ARRIVES AT WHITE HOUSE. PRIME MINISTER RICHARD B. BENNETT OF CANADA, ARRIVED AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY TO TAKE PART IN THE DISCUSSIONS ON THE COMPLICATED FOREIGN EXCHANGE PROBLEM. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: COL. JAMES ULIO, MILITARY AIDE; MRS. WILLIAM D. HERRIDGE, WIFE OF THE MINISTER FROM CANADA; MINISTER HERRIDGE; PRIME MINISTER BENNETT; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND CAPT. WALTER VERNOU, WHITE HOUSE NAVAL AIDE

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