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Henderson to Andrew Jackson

U.S. Reports: Taylor v. Knox, et al., 1 U.S. (1 Dall.) 158 (1785)

Leonard Covington to William T. Henderson, February 12, 1813

The president, directors & co. of the Bank of Henderson promise to pay ... or bearer, five dollars on demand. Henderson 18 Aug. 1818

Headquarters of the Marine corps. Adjutant and Inspector's office. Washington, Orders. [16 orders] A. Henderson, Colonel commandant marine corps. [1840].

William H. Henderson to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 26, 1849 (Abraham Lincoln in Land Office)

William H. Henderson to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 13, 1849 (Abraham Lincoln in Land Office)

William H. Henderson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1849 (Abraham Lincoln in Land Office)

Henderson & Nashville Railroad Co., Tuesday, July 12, 1853 (Recommendation for William Bewley)

Hon. John B. Henderson

Hon. John B. Henderson

Hon. J.B. Henderson

Hon. John Brooks Henderson of Mo

Hon. John Brooks Henderson of Mo.

John B. Henderson to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, July 09, 1862 (Commission)

John B. Henderson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 23, 1863 (Telegram requesting replacement for General Sumner)

[Envelope addressed to Lut. [i.e. Lieut.] Frank C. Barnes, Co. G, 56th Va. Regt., Point Lookout, Md.; postmarked Henderson, Ky.]

Henderson, Hon. W.B. of Ill.

Henderson, Hon. John Brooks of Mo. Delegate to Democratic National Convention at Charleston S.C. in 1861. (Henderson Castle) Brig. Gen in State Military in 1861

Henderson, Hon. Thos. J. of Ill

Senator Henderson's financial bill. From the Miners' Journal of February 1, 1868.

Henderson County.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Athens, Henderson County, Texas.

The Battle of the Petersburg Crater: The Confederate line as reconstructed at the crater. From a drawing made by Lieutenant Henderson after the battle

Cutter Yacht "Thistle": Designed by G.L. Watson. Built by D.W. Henderson & Co. Glasgow. Owned by Mr. James Bell, Glasgow

Ice castle, Montreal; winter carnival, 1887 / J.T. Henderson, publisher, Montreal ; Canada Bank Note Co. Lim., lith.

[Mrs. John B. Henderson, half-length portrait, facing slightly left]

[Henderson Street West, Bridge of Allan, Scotland]

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Athens, Henderson County, Texas.

[Lester, Willie and Paul Henderson, neighbors of Wilbur and Orville Wright in Dayton, Ohio]

[Daniel Henderson, neighbor, in front of Wright home at 7 Hawthorn Street, Dayton, Ohio]

David B. Henderson, Speaker of House of Rep. Iowa

Gaff Henderson

[David B. Henderson, full-length portrait, seated at table reading a book]

[David B. Henderson, full-length portrait, standing with one arm behind back]

Mrs. F.C. Henderson

Lew G. Henderson, Vincent Genoves, Duke P. Kahanamoku, E. K. Miller

John Mitchell, national president of the United Mine Workers of America / The Henderson Lithographing Co., Cincinnati, O.

Ouray, Colorado / by J.W. Henderson..

16th & Fuller Streets. Mrs. Henderson's latest addition to 16th St.

HENDERSON'S CASTLE

HENDERSON, JOHN, MRS.

HENDERSON, J.H., HONORABLE

Henderson's Point prior to excavation -- Portsmouth, N.H.

HENDERSON, JOHN, MRS.

HENDERSON, JOHN, MRS. WITH CHILDREN

HENDERSON, ROBERT. COM.

HENDERSON, CHARLES W.

HENDERSON, JOHN, MRS. WITH CHILDREN

HENDERSON, J.H., HONORABLE

HENDERSON, PAUL

HENDERSON, C.B., SENATOR

HENDERSON'S CASTLE

Geneva Political Equality Club meeting notice held at home of Mrs. H. H. Henderson

Audriens Jones, C.B. Henderson, Gilbert M. Hitchcock

C.R. Henderson

[...] Henderson

W.J. Henderson

North Carolina, Henderson. Cotton picking

Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club Meeting with Mrs. Hiram H. Henderson

[Automobile showroom: "Allen: The Henderson Rowe Auto Co."]

Gen. Sir David Henderson

Florentino [i.e., Fiorentino], Sheriff Henderson

Chas. Henderson

Arthur Henderson

H.C. Lathrop, D.J. Burns, R.E. Nixon, R.P. Henderson, L.S. French, W.F. Grundy, Bob Fowler, J.J. Cole, W.L. Colt, C.P. Henderson, and H.S. Stratton

Dependent parent. Henderson Family, 52 Lakewood St. Two girls on left hand and another older girl work in Lynchburg (Va.) Cotton Mill. Father does not work. Location: Lynchburg, Virginia.

C.P. Henderson, J.J. Cole, Bob Fowler

Some of the youngsters working in Belton Mfg. Co., Belton S.C. Two of the youngest and J. Henderson, Kelly Street. Percy Morrison, Eugene Simper. Location: Belton, South Carolina.

Lew G. Henderson; Vincent Genoves; E.K. Miller; and Duke P. Kahanamoku

Lew G. Henderson; Vincent Genoves; E.K. Miller; and Duke P. Kahanamoku

Some of the youngsters working in Belton Mfg. Co., Belton S.C. Two of the youngest and J. Henderson, Kelly Street. Percy Morrison, Eugene Simper. Location: Belton, South Carolina.

Some of the youngsters working in Belton Mfg. Co., Belton, S.C. Two of the youngest and J. Henderson, Kelly Street. Percy Morrison, Eugene Simper. Location: Belton, South Carolina.

[Outlaw League executives: left to right, Marshall Henderson, co-owner Pittsburgh; William T. Murphy, owner Cleveland; Ambrose Hussey Jr., co-owner, Brooklyn; William A. Witman, first league president and owner, Reading; Ernest C. Landgraf, co-owner, Richmond; John J. Ryan, co-owner Cincinnati; Hugh Mckinnon, co-owner, Cincinnati; Ambrose Hussey Sr., co-owner Brooklyn (baseball)]

[Outlaw League executives: left to right, Marshall Henderson, co-owner Pittsburgh; William T. Murphy, owner Cleveland; Ambrose Hussey Jr., co-owner, Brooklyn; William A. Witman, first league president and owner, Reading; Ernest C. Landgraf, co-owner, Richmond; John J. Ryan, co-owner Cincinnati; Hugh Mckinnon, co-owner, Cincinnati; Ambrose Hussey Sr., co-owner Brooklyn (baseball0]

Some of the youngsters working in Belton Mfg. Co., Belton, S.C. Two of the youngest and J. Henderson. Kelly Street. Percy Morrison, Eugene Simper. Location: Belton, South Carolina.

HENDERSON, MRS. JOHN B.

INTL. ANTI-VIVISECTION CONGRESS. BACK ROW: MRS. CLINTON PICHNEY FARRELL; MRS. L. B. HENDERSON; MRS.FLORENCE PELL WARNING. FRONT ROW: MRS. CAROLINE E. WHITE; MISS LIND-AF-HAGEBY; MRS. R. G. INGERSOL

Henderson Bay from Rex Beaches, Lake Hopatcong, N.J.

Harriet Cotton Mills. Investigator spent the noon and part of the day around the mill, and saw a very few young children. He was not able to get into the mills, but indications are that there is plenty of child labor here when work is brisk. Location: Location: Henderson, North Carolina

Harriet Cotton Mills. Investigator spent the noon hour and part of the day around the mill, and saw a few very young children. He was not able to get into the mills, but indications are that there is plenty of child labor here when work is brisk. Location: Henderson, North Carolina.

Boys to the farm -- bring your chums and do your bit -- S.O.S. / E. Henderson.

Ollie Allen. Been working in Harriet Cotton Mills 2 years. He is a violation according to both his brother and life insurance policy which say he is 12 years old now. These statements are based on the parents' statement, which is probably high. He appears to be 10 years old, and has been working 2 years. His father and older brother are in the mill. They have a house full of children, and the sanitary conditions are frightful. Location: Henderson, North Carolina

Harriet Cotton Mills. Investigator spent the noon hour and part of the day around the mill, and saw a few very young children. He was not able to get into the mills, but indications are that there is plenty of child labor here when work is brisk. Location: Henderson, North Carolina

Ollie Allen. Been working in Harriet Cotton Mills 2 years. He is a violation according to both his brother and life insurance policy which say he is 12 years old now. These statements are based on the parents' statement, which is probably high. He appears to be 10 years old, and has been working 2 years. His father and older brother are in the mill. They have a house full of children, and the sanitary conditions are frightful. Location: Henderson, North Carolina.

Charlie and Ollie Allen. Been working in Harriet Cotton Mills 2 years. Charlie is probably of age, but Ollie is a violation according to both his brother and life insurance policy which say he is 12 years old now. These statements are based on the parents' statement, which is probably high. He appears to be 10 years old, and has been working 2 years. His father and older brother are in the mill. They have a house full of children, and the sanitary conditions are frightful. Location: Henderson, North Carolina.

Buy fresh fish, save the meat for our soldiers and allies / E. Henderson.

Harriet Cotton Mills. Investigator spent the noon and part of the day around the mill, and saw a very few young children. He was not able to get into the mills, but indications are that there is plenty of child labor here when work is brisk. Location: Location: Henderson, North Carolina.

Canada's pork opportunity / E. Henderson.

We are saving you, you save food / E. Henderson.

Arthur Henderson

[Charles Rapello Henderson house, Southampton, New York. Birdbath]

HORSE SHOWS. COL. ROBERT M. THOMPSON AND MRS. JOHN B. HENDERSON

Group gathering tobacco on farm of Daniel Barrett, Spottsville, Ky., Star Route. He is a renter. Boys all belong to other families and will go to Bluff City School, Div. 3, Henderson Co., when work is over. School opened 2 weeks ago, and the boys expect to be out several weeks more. 10-year old boy, Edward Goldsberry carries and drops the sticks. 11-year old Aubrey Hazeland is piling the tobacco (in front). 13-year old Dolph Hazeland piling (behind Aubrey), and 14-years old Willie Goldsberry is spiking the tobacco. Location: Henderson County--Spottsville, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Sam Galloway, 12 years and John Galloway, 16 years working out for Sam Crawley, who is 17 years old. The former live on a farm a few miles away and go to Keats and Bethel School, Div. 3, Henderson Co., Ky. Sam Crawley rents the part of farm he uses for tobacco on shares. Address Hebbardsville, Ky. Worming and suckering. Location: Hebbardsville [vicinity], Kentucky.

Colored School at Anthoston. Census 27, enrollment 12, attendance 7. Teacher expects 19 to be enrolled after work is over. "Tobacco keeps them out and they are short of hands." Ages of those present: 13 years = 1, 10 years = 2, 8 years = 2, 7 years = 1, 5 years = 1. Location: Henderson County, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Cutting tobacco on farm of A.G.W. Gish, Route 3, Henderson. Boys 10, 13 and 15 years will all go to Niaara School, Div. 4, Henderson Co., when it opens next week. New building. The 2 younger boys belong to C.M. Gish. Both Gish families own their farms. Location: Henderson, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Colored School at Anthoston. Census 27, enrollment 12, attendance 7. Teacher expects 19 to be enrolled after work is over. "Tobacco keeps them out and they are short of hands." Ages of those present: 13 years = 1, 10 years = 2, 8 years = 2, 7 years = 1, 5 years = 1. Location: Henderson County, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Cutting tobacco on farm of A.G.W. Gish, Route 3, Henderson. Boys 10, 13 and 15 years will all go to Niagara School, Div. 4, Henderson Co., when it opens next week. New building. The 2 younger boys belong to C.M. Gish. Both Gish families own their farms. Location: Henderson, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Hebbardsville School. Principal is new and said "Only a few absent." School opened September 5th. Location: Henderson County, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.