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Thomas Jefferson to John Garland, June 11, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to John Garland Jefferson, May 19, 1793

Nathaniel Garland to Jacob Crowninshield, December 4, 1806

Garland

Garland

Col. John Garland, 8th US Inf.

Brig. General Samuel Garland, Jr.

[Private Edward A. Cary of Company I, 44th Virginia Infantry Regiment, in uniform and his sister, Emma J. Garland née Cary]

J. G. Garland to Anson Stager, Thursday, December 11, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

J. G. Garland to Anson Stager, Saturday, December 13, 1862 (Telegram reporting battle at Fredericksburg)

J. G. Garland to Anson Stager, Saturday, December 13, 1862 (Telegram reporting battle at Fredericksburg)

[Allegorical image of a king surrounded by skulls, a woman surrounded by a garland, with three men below]

[Allegorical image of man and woman surrounded by garland containing cupids(?)]

Garland, Hon. A.H., Atty. Gen.

Family garland

Garland Ferry

[Kitchen with Garland stove]

[Store interior with Garland Agency stoves and ranges display, possibly Detroit, Michigan]

[Young woman modeling: nude with garland of flowers]

GARLAND, WILLIAM M. HONORABLE

DUPRE, G.GARLAND. HONORABLE

GARLAND ALEJANDRO

GARLAND, M.M. HONORABLE

[Girl, with flowers in hair, holding flower garland]

Capt. W. Garland Fay, U.S.M.C.

Louise Scott Garland

M.M. Garland

TEXAS, U.S.S. CLAUDIA LYON, MISS GARLAND BONNER, MAY COLQUITT, MISS URA LINK, AND MISS MAE FUREY AT LAUNCHING

[Crowd of German civilians, including children, surrounding a cannon which has a garland hanging from the muzzle]

DUPRE, HENRY GARLAND. REP. FROM LOUISIANA, 1910-1924

[Garland Stove Works and big stove]

Garland

William, Anna Belle and Garland Carter. See card and report. Location: Elizabethtown [vicinity], Kentucky / L.W. Hine.

[Emma Garland Morgan Fall, half length, facing right. Wife of Albert Bacon Fall]

Governor boom. D.C. Governor Albert C. Ritchie (left) of Maryland greeting Governor John Garland Polland before they spoke last night in behalf of greater Washington

Douglas, Oliphant, & Ferguson. Wm. O., Herman, Garland

[Portrait of Garland Wilson, New York, N.Y.(?), between 1938 and 1948]

[Portrait of Garland Wilson, New York, N.Y.(?), between 1938 and 1948]

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Apolinar Rael, rehabiliation client, harvesting beans, Costilla County, Colorado, near Fort Garland

Apolinar Rael, rehabiliation client, harvesting beans, Costilla County, Colorado, near Fort Garland

Apolinar Rael, rehabiliation client, harvesting beans, Costilla County, Colorado, near Fort Garland

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Noah Garland's barn and livestock with his son's home in the distance. Southern Appalachian Project near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Noah Garland sitting on the steps of his son's home, Southern Appalachian Project, near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

Field of sugar beets and sugar beet processing plant. Garland, Utah

Noah Garland's son's home along the creek. Southern Appalachian Project, near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

Noah Garland sitting on the steps of his son's home. Southern Appalachian Project near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Noah Garland sitting on the steps of his son's home, Southern Appalachian Project, near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Noah Garland sitting on the steps of his son's home. Southern Appalachian Project near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

Noah Garland's home on the hillside near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky. Southern Appalachian Project

Noah Garland sitting on the steps of his son's home. Southern Appalachian Project near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

Homes of Noah Garland's son and a neighboring FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower along the creek. Near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky. Southern Appalachian Project

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Noah Garland with his sons and some of their families. Southern Appalachian Project near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

Noah Garland's barns and home on the hillside. His neighbor's house is on the right. Southern Appalachian Project near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

Home of FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower Jackson, who is Mr. Garland's next-door neighbor. Southern Appalachian Project near Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Mrs. Garland and her little boy. Family lives in the submarginal farm area of Rumsey Hill, near Erin, New York

Garland Smith, who came to Childersburg to work as a carpenter. He used to be a farmer in Ardmore, Tennessee. Childersburg, Alabama

Garland Reviews Weekend of Dance

Young Marie O'Neill (about age seven) sits on running board of a car with friends (l-r) Tom Friend, Marie Garland, Margaret Friend, and Joseph Garland, at Garrett Mountain, Paterson, NJ.

Young Marie O'Neill (about age seven) sits on running board of a car with friends (l-r) Tom Friend, Marie Garland, Margaret Friend, and Joseph Garland, at Garrett Mountain, Paterson, NJ.

Marie O'Neill (second from left), about age seven, with friends (l-r) Tom Friend, Kathleen Garland, Margaret Friend, and Joseph Garland, sit on running board of a car (belonging to Tom Friend's father) parked on Garrett Mountain, Paterson.

Young Marie O'Neill (second from left) sits on running board of a car with friends (l-r) Tom Friend, Marie Garland, Margaret Friend, and Joseph Garland; at Garrett Mountain, Paterson, NJ.

Neighborhood baseball team "T.A.B.S. Giants": James Smith, James Howard, Michael McGuiness, William Ramsden, John Craig, Thomas Bayer, John Doughtery, Anthony Sorrentino, Joseph Garland, Frank Steigner, James Norman. Paterson, NJ., June 20, 1909.

Neighborhood baseball team "T.A.B.S. Giants": James Smith, James Howard, Michael McGuiness, William Ramsden, John Craig, Thomas Bayer, John Dougherty, Anthony Sorrentino, Joseph Garland, Frank Steigner, James Norman. Paterson, N.J., June 20, 1909.

Young Marie O'Neill (about age seven) sits on running board of a car with friends (l-r) Tom Friend, Marie Garland, Margaret Friend, and Joseph Garland, at Garrett Mountain, Paterson, NJ.

Young Marie O'Neill (second from left) sits on running board of a car with friends (l-r) Tom Friend, Marie Garland, Margaret Friend, and Joseph Garland; at Garrett Mountain, Paterson, NJ.

[Building, 100 W. Garland Street, Grand Saline, Texas]

Congressional monopoly committee holds initial meeting. Washington, D.C., July 1. The Congressional Executive Committee to investigate monopolies held their first meeting today and charted a course designed to determine the efffect of concentrated wealth and power on business. Pictured, left to right: (sitting) Senator William E. Borah, Herman Oliphant, General Counsel for Treasury; Senator William H. King, Utah; Senator Hoseph C. O'Mahoney, of Wyoming and Chairman of the Committee; Rep. Hatton W. Sumners, of Texas and Vice Chairman; Thurman Arnold, Assistant Attorney General; and Rep. Edward C. Eicher of Iowa. Standing left to right: Richard C. Patterson, Jr., Assistant Secretary of Commerce; Garland S. Ferguson, Chairman of Federal Trade Commission; William O. Douglas, Chairman of S.E.C.; Isador Lubin Chief of Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor; and Rep. Edward H. Rees of Kansas, 7/1/38

FTC chairmanship changes hands. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Commissioner William A. Ayres (right) today relinquished the Chairmanship of the Federal Trade Commission to Commissioner Garland S. Ferguson, who was elected last week. The FTC Chairmanship rotates yearly, 1/3/38

Garland Carr (center) arrested for trying to blow up Veterans Bureau, 6/21/22

Garland Carr, 6/21/22

1938 Chairman of Federal Trade Commission. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Commissioner Garland S. Ferguson today assumed the chairmanship of the Federal Trade Commission for 1938. He was elected last week to succeed Commissioner William A. Ayres, 1/3/38

Samuel Garland, Sr. House, 215 Madison Street, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

The Garland family register. Noblesville, Ind.

Federal Trade Commission. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. The first picture of the Federal Trade Commission with the newly elected Chairman Garland S. Ferguson, presiding. Left to right: Charles H. March, Robert E. Freer, Chairman Garland S. Ferguson, Ewin L. Davis, and William A. Ayres, 1/3/38

Old Mill (Interior), Garland, Warren County, PA

Fort Garland, Colorado.

Fort Garland, Colorado.

Fort Garland, Colorado.

James M. Garland to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, March 02, 1861 (Seeks office)

James M. Garland to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, March 02, 1861 (Seeks office)

Garland of melodies

Garland of melodies

Garland of melodies

Garland of melodies

Garland of melodies

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