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William Harvey M.D. / Bemmel pinx. ; J. Houbraken sculps. Amst. 1739.

Baron Gardner to Reuben Harvey, Sr., July 9, 1803

James Harvey Hook to John Robb, August 7, 1832

Mabel Payne and Luke Harvey

George Washington and the spy Harvey Birch / designed by T.H. Matteson ; engraved by Charles Burt, N.Y.

Trust sale at Front Royal, on Saturday the 27th of December 1851, of house and lots, slaves and household and kitchen furniture. By virtue of a deed of trust from William Cook bearing date November 19, 1851 ... Winchester, Va. Harvey Brown Cheap

Hon. James Harvey Slater of Oregon

James E. Harvey to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 06, 1860 (Telegram reporting election results)

Harvey Curtis to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 13, 1860 (Honorary degree from Knox College)

James E. Harvey to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 09, 1860 (Telegram reporting Pennsylvania election returns)

James E. Harvey to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, January 05, 1861 (Forwards note)

Louis P. Harvey, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 10, 1861 (Wisconsin Republicans recommend Judd for cabinet)

James E. Harvey to A. G. Magrath, 1861 (Fort Sumter)

James E. Harvey to Abraham Lincoln, [March 1861] (Actions of Virginia Convention)

Louis P. Harvey to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 01, 1862 (Cover letter)

State of Wisconsin. Proclamation. Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to take from the people of this state its chief magistrate the Hon. Louis P. Harvey, who, on the 19th day of this month, lost of life .... I do hereby recommend that for thir

Harvey H. Woods to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 14, 1863 (Seeks office)

Dr. Harvey W. Wiley

Harvey H. Woods to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 14, 1863 (Seeks office)

Slater, Hon. James Harvey of Oregon

Slater, Hon. James Harvey of Oregon

Harvey Andrews in Cedar Canyon on Victoria Creek, near New Helena, Nebraska.

Harvey Andrews and family herding their livestock in Cedar Canyon on Victoria Creek, near New Helena, Nebraska.

Harvey Andrews and family herding their livestock in Cedar Canyon on Victoria Creek, near New Helena, Nebraska.

Harvey Andrews and family herding their livestock in Cedar Canyon on Victoria Creek, near New Helena, Nebraska.

Harvey G. Shannon, near Woods Parks, Custer County, Nebraska

The Harvey Andrews family on their homestead two and one-half miles northwest of New Helena, Nebraska.

Harvey Andrews, West Union, Custer County, Nebraska.

The Harvey Andrews family posed at the grave of son Willie Andrews.

Harvey Andrews in Cedar Canyon on Victoria Creek, where he made a small fortune selling cedar fence posts and pine logs to settlers.

Harvey M. Pickens, Ortello Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Fred Harvey eating house and Santa Fe Station, Chanute, Kans.

[Annie Rogers and Harvey Logan, half-length portrait, facing front]

Stephen Harvey

Harvey W. Loomis

Cora Harvey and Alex. Law

Mrs. Harvey Coit

A.E. Johnstone & Harvey Loomis

Lt. Lowell H. Smith and Sgt. Harvey

Martin Harvey (profile)

Geo. Harvey

Maj. F.L. Martin & Sgt. Harvey

[Freighter Harvey D. Goulder in the locks]

Chas. Harvey and Jas. Coffroth

Martin Harvey

Geo. Harvey

Geo. Harvey, Booth Tarkington, Hewett Howland, F.A. Duneka

Geo. Harvey

Sir Martin Harvey

[Harvey Washington Wiley, looking through optical instrument in laboratory at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Bureau of Chemistry]

Harvey Logan 'in death'

WILEY, HARVEY. DOCTOR

WILEY, HARVEY W.

DELANO, HARVEY. CAPTAIN

HARVEY, C.G., COLONEL

WILEY, HARVEY. DOCTOR

A corner of the Harvey dining car

Harvey Cobb, new domino champion of the Nat'l Press Club

CURTIS, HARVEY L., DOCTOR

Harvey E. Wiley, seated at desk

Dr. Harvey W. Wiley

Views on Woman Suffrage by Well-known men and women: George Harvey

Birds-eye view of Lebanon, Ind. / photo by E.S. Harvey, Lebanon, Ind.

May Hosiery Mills. The boy is Harvey Curtis, 12 years old, turns stockings. Made $1.41 this week, out of which he paid sixty cents carfare. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Harvey Nailling, delivery boy for Kutterer Printing Co. 300 Olive St. Works 9 1/2 hours a day. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Mr. & Mrs. J. Harvey Ladew, J.H. Ladew, Jr., and Oliver Ladew

Geo. Harvey

Harvey Isaac's Ice cream parlor & trolley station, Chapman Beach, Conn.

All work in Delta Cotton Mills, Mc Comb Miss. Smallest boy, a band-boy, is Johnnie Mathews, apparently only ten or eleven, but his mother assured me he is nearly fourteen, which is very doubtful. Been working one year. Couldn't write his name. Next to him is Charlie Davis, a sweeper, seemed to be eleven, but mother told me twelve. Has been working a long time. Father and two brothers in the mill. They own their home. Other boys working there: Arthur Littelson, Harvey Green, Lee Kelley. Location: McComb, Mississippi.

All work in Delta Cotton Mills, Mc Comb, Miss. Smallest boy, a band boy, is Johnnie Mathews, apparently only ten or eleven, but his mother assured me that he is nearly fourteen, which is very doubtful. Been working one year. Couldn't write his name. Next to him is Charlie Davis, a sweeper, seemed to be eleven but his mother told me twelve. Has been working a long time. Father and two brothers in the mill. They own their home. Other boys working there: Arthur Littleton, Harvey Green, Lee Kelley. Location: McComb, Mississippi.

All work in Delta Cotton Mills, Mc Comb, Miss. Smallest boy, a band boy, Johnnie Mathews, apparently only ten or eleven, but his mother assured me he is nearly fourteen, which is very doubtful. Been working one year. Couldn't write his name. Next to him is Charlie Davis, a sweeper, seemed to be eleven, but mother told me twelve. Has been working a long time. Father and two brothers in the mill. They own their home. Other boys working there: Arthur Littleton, Harvey Green, Lee Kelley. Location: McComb, Mississippi.

Early years, with images of family, self portraits, landscapes and architectural interiors. At Harvey's Lake, Pennsylvania

Early years, with images of family, self portraits, landscapes and architectural interiors. Glimpses of Harvey's Lake, Pennsylvania

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. COL. GEORGE HARVEY; SEN. A.O. BACON OF GEORGIA

Early years, with images of family, self portraits, landscapes and architectural interiors. Pine tree at Harvey's Lake, Pennsylvania

9 P.M. Gum vendors still selling, near the National Theatre. Eli Marks, 505 4 1/2 St. S.W., (8 yrs. old, makes 25 cents a night.) Morris Marks, 10 yrs. old makes 50 cents a night. Harvey Schneider, 11 yrs. old, makes 50 cents a night, 209 -- 10th St. S.W. "When they see us, they chase us home at 8:30, but when we see 'em coming we slid the boxes in our pockets, until the cop gets past. Then we stay 'til - or after sometimes." Location: [Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia]

Harper's Weekly, edited by George Harvey / A.G. Peck.

Early years, with images of family, self portraits, landscapes and architectural interiors. Harvey's Lake, Pennsylvania

Guy Haywood, 10 years old, helps his brother. Harvey doff[s] in Columbus (Ga.) Mill. Location: Columbus, Georgia.

Sheila Byrne on Harvey Ladew's "Cardiff"

HARVEY, GEORGE, COL. EDITOR, HARPER'S WEEKLY, ETC.; AMB. E. & P. TO GREAT BRITAIN

John Harvey Kellogg

GAYLORD, DR. HARVEY B. RADIUM EXPERT OF BUFFALO

Harvey (L) & Wm. (R) Peck and pets

Chas. Harvey, Les Darcy, O'Sullivan, "Tex" Rickard, Tom O'Rourke

[Harvey (L) & Wm. (R) Peck and pets]

NATIONAL GUARD OF D.C. RETURNING FROM CAMP AT COLONIAL BEACH. COL. WILLIAM E. HARVEY AT RIGHT

DAVIS, JAMES HARVEY 'CYCLONE DAVIS.' REP. FROM TEXAS, 1915-1917. WEARING FIRST COLLAR

Col. Harvey, D.C. Nat. Guard

NATIONAL GUARD OF D.C. RETURNING FROM CAMP AT COLONIAL BEACH. COL. WILLIAM E. HARVEY AT LEFT

NATIONAL GUARD OF D.C. M. AND M. ASSN. OF D.C. ON VISIT TO D.C.N.G. IN CAMP AT COLONIAL BEACH. FRONT: BOB FEATHERSTONE; UNIDENTIFIED; COL. WILLIAM E. HARVEY; ROSS P. ANDREWS; UNIDENTIFIED; ANTON STEPHAN; C.J. COLUMBUS; RICHARD L. LAMB; M.A. LEASE; UNIDENTIFIED; HARRY COOPE. 3 IN REAR UNIDENTIFIED

NATIONAL GUARD OF D.C. GEN. HUGH L. SCOTT; COL. WILLIAM HARVEY; SEC. OF WAR BAKER. ANTON STEPHAN IS AT REAR BETWEEN HARVEY AND BAKER

HARVEY, WILLIAM E., COLONEL, N.A. NATIONAL GUARD OF D.C.

NATIONAL GUARD OF D.C. COL. HARVEY

DAVIS, JAMES HARVEY, 'CYCLONE DAVIS.' REP. FROM TEXAS, 1915-1917. RIGHT; HARDY, RUFUS, REP. FROM TEXAS, 1917-1923. LEFT

NATIONAL GUARD OF D.C. M. AND M. ASSN. OF D.C. ON VISIT TO D.C.N.G. IN CAMP AT COLONIAL BEACH. FRONT: BOB FEATHERSTONE; UNIDENTIFIED; COL. WILLIAM E. HARVEY; ROSS P. ANDREWS; UNIDENTIFIED; ANTON STEPHAN; C.J. COLUMBUS; RICHARD L. LAMB; M.A. LEASE; UNIDENTIFIED; HARRY COOPE.; 3 IN REAR UNIDENTIFIED

NATIONAL GUARD OF D.C. GEN. HUGH L. SCOTT; COL. WILLIAM HARVEY; SEC. OF WAR BAKER. ANTON STEPHAN IS AT REAR BETWEEN HARVEY AND BAKER

CUBAN WAR MISSION TO THE U.S. LT. COL. VANDER GUTCH; CAPT E.N. TABIO; LT. COMDR. KEAR, U.S.N.; CAPT. HARVEY, U.S.A.; LT. COL. LEZANA OF THE MISSION; GEN. MARTI; ALBERTO CARRICARTE; DeCESPEDES, MINISTER TO U.S.; DR. ALFONSO FORCADE, ATTACHE TO CUBAN LEGATION; LT. COL. WITTERMYER, U.S.A.; J.H. STABLER, CHIEF, LATIN [...]

CUBAN WAR MISSION TO THE U.S. LT. COL. VANDER GUTCH; CAPT E.N. TABIO; LT. COMDR. KEAR, U.S.N.; CAPT. HARVEY, U.S.A.; LT. COL. LEZANA OF THE MISSION; GEN. MARTI; ALBERTO CARRICARTE; DeCESPEDES, MINISTER TO U.S.; DR. ALFONSO FORCADE, ATTACHE TO CUBAN LEGATION; LT. COL. WITTERMYER, U.S.A.; J.H. STABLER, CHIEF, LATIN [...]

Harvey D. Gibson