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The mass of Saint Gregory AD monogram

Gregoire XII / B. Picart, del.

From Dr. Gregory's encyclopedia [text]

Saints Ambrose, Gregory, Jerome & Augustine--confessors & doctors of the church / / Rubens Pinxit; G.B. Ellis Sc.

Andrew Jackson, Jr. to Henry Gregory, May 23, 1839

Pope Gregory 1st lith of Wagner & McGuigan Philada

Boggs & Gregory's Jenny Lind fine cut cavendish

Assist. Engineer H.P. Gregory, USN

Assist. Engineer H.P. Gregory, USN

Acting Master S.B. Gregory, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. Francis H. Gregory

Rear Adm. Francis H. Gregory

Assist. Engineer H.P. Gregory, USN

Acting Master S.B. Gregory, U.S.N.

Acting Master S.B. Gregory, U.S.N.

Charles W. Gregory to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 09, 1861 (Seeks office)

Dudley S. Gregory, Ephraim Marsh, and William A. Newell to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 01, 1861 (Telegram recommending appointment)

John Gregory Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 10, 1865 (Requests permission to publish letter from Lincoln)

John Gregory Smith, Monday, February 27, 1865 (Printed proclamation)

Lady Gregory, one of the founders of the Irish theatre

Lady Gregory

Lady Gregory, one of the founders of the Irish theatre

S.S. Gregory

GREGORY, L. ADMIRAL

GREGORY, H.E. DOCTOR

Thos. Watt Gregory, Cl[...] photo

3 doffer boys, Dickson Mill, Laurinburg, N.C. Charley Gregory (boy with white collar). Been in mill 8 years. Has worked nights four years. David and Dick work daytime. Witness, S.R. Hine. Location: Laurinburg, North Carolina.

Mrs. Edwin Clark Gregory

Thos. Watt Gregory, [...] photo

Daniel Gregory Mason

GREGORY

Thos. W. Gregory

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Gregory

Gregorius IX PP Anagninus

GREGORY

Mrs. Thos. Watt Gregory, Food Adm.

S Gregorius I Magnus Romanus

[Lady Isabella Augusta Gregory, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Capt. S.E. Gregory, Aust.

Haldane leaving reviewing grounds, West Point - Gen. C.P. Townsey, Capt. E.R. Householder, Capt. K.S Gregory

Thomas Watt Gregory, 1861-1933

GREGORY, THOMAS WATT. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE U.S., 1914-1919

GREGORY, THOMAS WATT. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE U.S., 1914-1919

Mrs. T.W. Gregory

GREGORY, THOMAS WATT. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE U.S., 1914-1919

GREGORY, THOMAS WATT. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE U.S., 1914-1919

BURLESON, ALBERT SIDNEY. REP. FROM TEXAS, 1899-1913; POSTMASTER GENERAL, 1913-1921. AT WHITE HOUSE WITH ATTORNEY GENERAL GREGORY

GREGORY, THOMAS WATT, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE U.S., 1914 - 1919. LEFT. BURLESON, ALBERT SIDNEY, REP. FROM TEXAS, 1899 - 1913; POSTMASTER GENERAL, 1913-1921, RIGHT.

Maj. Gregory, Medical Inspection

GREGORY, THOMAS WATT. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE U.S., 1914-1919

BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILWAY. CABINET OFFICERS INSPECTING SAFTEY FIRST TRAIN: REDFIELD; GREGORY; LANSING; DANIELS; LANE; DANIEL WILLARD, PRESIDENT, B & O; W.D. WILSON; BAKER

No war talk! Attorney General Gregory says, "Obey the law, keep your mouth shut!"

Maj. Gregory, Medical Inspection

To prevent this - buy war savings certificates now / F. Gregory Brown ; J.W. Ltd.

L to R: Henry C. Stewart, Va., Samuel W. McCall, Mass., Stanley King, Thos. W. Gregory. Back, Dr. W.O. Thompson, J.W. Wickersham, Richard Hooker

Thos. W. Gregory, Golf

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

Miss Helen Gregory. Field representative, Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration (OPA)

New Quartermaster General of the Army. Washington, D.C., March 14. Col. Edmund B. Gregory will become quartermaster general of the Army when Gen. Henry Gobbons, present chief, retires on March 31 after 41 years of service. The promotion of Col. Gregory will carry with it the rank of Major General, 3-14-40

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Petit salon

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Dining room, to mirror

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Bedroom II

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Large salon, to doors

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Entrance hall II

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Dining room, to fireplace

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Entrance hall I

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Large salon, general view, to petit salon

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Bedroom I

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Foyer, reversed light

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Petit salon, to window

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Bedroom, to bed

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Petit salon, to fireplace

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Dining room I

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Large salon, to mirror doors

George Gregory, residence at 903 Park Ave., New York City. Large salon, to windows

These four members of the crew of "Snow White" a B-24 bomber, of the United States Army Ninth Air Force, have completed 300 hours combat time in the same bomber they brought to the Mediterranean theater from America. Under the protecting wing of Snow White are (left to right) Technical Sergeant John A. Harkell, Captain Rolo C. Lawrence, Sargeant George A. Brunnell and Sergeant Kermit E. Gregory

Technical Sergeant Kermit M. Gregory, radio operator of the Snow White, a B-24 bomber of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force in Tunisia. He is one of the original crew members that brought this bomber across the Atlantic and then completed thirty-six missions over enemy targets, piling up 300 hours of combat time. He was a dairy man in Washington, Indiana before the war

Statues and sculpture over the door of the gallery of House chamber, U.S. Capitol. Gregory the Ninth medallion II

Statues and sculpture over the door of the gallery of House chamber, U.S. Capitol. Gregory the Ninth medallion I

Dick Gregory interviewed on telephone / World Telegram & Sun photo by Herman Hiller.

Buck Gregory's house on Shumate's Branch

Buck Gregory's house on Shumate's Branch

Gregory Williams, Clay's Branch

Gregory Peck Speech Academy Awards - March 29, 1982 [transcript of speech introducing Danny Kaye as an award recipient]

[ Herold L. Gregory, Executive Director, Utah Symphony, to Danny Kaye, May 15, 1984]

[ Ernie Williams (Danny Kaye) is brought to Major Houston (Gregory Walcott) by two MPs in a scene from "On the Double"]

[ Major Houston (Gregory Walcott), Ernie Williams (Danny Kaye), and Colonel Somerset (Wilfrid Hyde-White) try to remove papers from Ernie's hands in a scene from "On the Double"]

[ Letter from Sr. Gregory to Oscar Hammerstein II, n.d.]

Corn loans "immediate necessity" President Roosevelt told. Washington, D.C., Oct. 20. Corn loans of 60 cents a bushel are an "immediate necessity", Edward R. O'Neal, (center) President of the American Farm Bureau Federation, told President Roosevelt at a White House conference today. The condition of farm prices is one reason for the stock market being so jittery, O'Neal told newsmen following the call. Earl Smith, (left) President oft he Illinois Agricultural Association, and Clifford H. Gregory, Editor of Wallace's Farm Journal, were also in on the Conference. 10/20/37

Gen'l. Gregory Simienoff, 4/3/22

New Quartermaster General of the Army. Washington, D.C., March 14. Col. Edmund B. Gregory will become Quartermaster General of the Army March 31 upon the retirement of Maj. Gen. Henry Gobbons after 41 years of service. Col. Gregory will be promoted to the rank of Major General when he takes over the new post, 3-14-40

William Gregory Building (first), 400-402 King Street, Alexandria, Independent City, VA

[ Letter from Sr. Gregory to Mary Martin and Richard Halliday, September 24, 1959]

William Gregory Building (second), 404-406 King Street, Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Admiral Gregory at grave of Adm. R.E. Peary, 4/6/25

[ Major Houston (Gregory Walcott), General MacKenzie (Danny Kaye), Ernie Williams (Danny Kaye), and Colonel Somerset (Wilfrid Hyde-White) in a scene from "On the Double"]

New Quartermaster General of the Army. Washington, D.C., March 14. Col. Edmund B. Gregory will become quartermaster general of the Army when Gen. Henry Gobbons, present chief, retires on March 31 after 41 years of service. The promotion of Col. Gregory will carry with it the rank of Major General, 3-14-40

[ Letter from Sr. Gregory to Mary Martin and Richard Halliday, October 11, 1959]

New Solicitor U.S. Department of Labor. Washington D.C. Gerard D. Reilly, of Boston, has just been nominated by President Roosevelt to be Solicitor for the Department of Labor. He has been acting Solicitor since March 1 and now succeeds Charles A. Gregory, of Illinois, as Head of the Legal Division of the Department. Reilly, who is 30 years old, was born in Boston and graduated form Harvard University in 1927, 7/24/37

Greek Manuscripts 1671. The Holy Spirit

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