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Horace Greeley

Horace Greeley

Horace White to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 05, 1858 (Senate)

[Horace F. Clark, Representative from New York, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Horace Maynard, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Horace Boughton

Gen. Horace Porter, U.S.A.

Horace Greeley to D. L. Pope, Sunday, March 04, 1860 (Endorsement)

Horace Boughton

Horace White to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram; Campaign biography)

Horace Boughton, U.S.A.

Horace Boughton

Horace White to John G. Nicolay, Friday, April 19, 1861 (Raising troops in Chicago)

[Bv't. Brig. Gen. Horace Porter, half-length portrait, facing right]

Horace Greeley to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, May 14, 1861 (Introduction)

Horace Greeley to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 19, 1861 (Introduction)

Bv't. Brig. Gen. Horace Capron, col. 14th Ill. Cav.

Bv't. Brig. Gen. Horace Capron, col. 14th [...] Cav.

Horace Greeley to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 19, 1861 (Support)

Horace White to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 22, 1862 (Illinois politics)

Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley, Friday, August 22, 1862 (Clipping from Aug. 23, 1862 New York Tribune)

Horace Greeley to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 16, 1864 (Introduction)

Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley, Friday, July 15, 1864 (Niagara Falls negotiations)

Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley, Friday, July 15, 1864 (Peace negotiations)

Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley, Saturday, July 09, 1864 (Niagara Falls negotiations)

Horace Dresser to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 18, 1864 (Cover letter)

View of Petersburg from the signal-station on our extreme left / sketched by Horace Heath.

Hon. Horace Maynard, Rep from Tenn.

Porter, General Horace, U.S.A.

Horace Greeley / Fr. Koss ; Geo. Schlegel, lith., 97 William Street, N.Y.

Maynard, Hon. Horace of Tenn. Post-Master General

Horace Greeley, 1811-1872

Horace Greeley

Horace Greely (i.e. Greeley)

"Uncle Horace Oblinger 21 y of age"

Colonel Thomas A. Scott / photographed by F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. The late Horace F. Clark / photographed by Gurney & Son.

London central fruit and vegetable market - Mr. Horace Jones (architect to the corporation) architect / B. Sly ; A. Berry, sc.

Horace Weston's new schottische

In a cotton field / drawn by Horace Bradley.

The Fourth of July in a southern town / W.L.S. ; from a sketch by Horace Bradley.

If I could do that -- he paused, fixed Horace with a defiant eye -- and ended melodramatically -- I'd chuck the whole

[Horace (Buster) Wright, son of Lorin Wright, nephew of Wilbur and Orville]

[Horace (Buster) Wright, son of Lorin Wright, nephew of Wilbur and Orville]

Horace White and Frank S. Sidway

[Freighter Horace S. Wilkinson]

Horace Taft

Horace Mann statue, State House grounds, Boston, Mass.

Mrs. Horace Hevemeyer

Sir Horace Plunkett

Sir Horace Rumbold

Horace White

Horace Wright

Mrs. Horace Havemeyer

Judge Horace E. Deemer

Horace White, in his study

Horace Wright

Sir Horace Plunkett

Placer mining, Twin Springs / photo by Horace C. Myers.

[Lorin Wright, brother of Wilbur and Orville, seated holding his children, Horace, Ivonette, and Leontine]

[Mrs. Horace Havemeyer, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly right]

Horatius at the bridge

TOWNER, HORACE M. HONORABLE

KNOWLES, HORACE G. HONORABLE

WESCOTT, HORACE, MRS.

West Point graduation - Gen. Horace Porter, Member of Board for Visitors, addressing cadets; William H. Taft, seated.

Mrs. Horace M. Towner

[Horace Fletcher, half-length portrait, left profile]

[Horace Fletcher, half-length portrait, facing slightly right]

Central building of the Free Library of Philadelphia Second floor plan / / Horace Trumbauer, architect.

Horace Fletcher

Sir Horace Plunkett

Railroad Labor Board Seated, l to r: A.C. Wharton; G.W.W. Hagner; J. James Forrestor and Harry T. Hunt. Standing, Horace Baker; Albert Phillips; R.M. Barton, Chairman; William L. Park and J.H. Elliott

Horace White, in rocker

Sir Horace Plunkett

[Kill Devil Hill, where the first gliding experiments were conducted by the Wright brothers in 1900; Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Orville Wright, accompanied by his brother Lorin, his nephew Horace, and his friend Alexander Ogilvie, of England, arrived for the purpose of conducting gliding experiments with a glider resembling the 1911 powered machine but lacking its motor]

[Group portrait in front of glider at Kill Devil Hill. Sitting: Horace Wright, Orville Wright, and Alexander Ogilvie; standing: Lorin Wright, and group of journalists, including Van Ness Harwood of the New York World, Berges of the American News Service, Arnold Kruckman of the New York American, Mitchell of the New York Herald, and John Mitchell of the Associated Press; Kitty Hawk, North Carolina]

HORSE SHOWS. REP. AND MRS. HORACE M. TOWNER

Annie Fedele, 22 Horace Street, Sommerville, Mass. This is one of the places she works on crochet. See other photos and Home Work report. Location: Somerville, Massachusetts.

Home Work, Somerville, Mass. Crocheting on underwear. A common sight. 35 Horace Street. See also Home Work report about woman working here with running sore on limb. Location: Somerville, Massachusetts.

SMITH-DORIEN, HORACE, SIR GENERAL

[Group picture of Orville Wright, Bishop Milton Wright, Katharine Wright, Earl N. Findley, nephew Horace Wright, John R. McMahon, and Pliny Williamson, on the porch of Orville's home, Hawthorn Hill; Dayton, Ohio]

[Group picture of Orville Wright, Bishop Milton Wright, Katharine Wright, Earl N. Findley, nephew Horace Wright, John R. McMahon, and Pliny Williamson, all seated on the lawn of Orville's home, Hawthorn Hill; Dayton, Ohio]

[Group picture of Orville Wright, Bishop Milton Wright, Katharine Wright, Earl N. Findley, nephew Horace Wright, John R. McMahon, and Pliny Williamson, on the steps of Orville's home, Hawthorn Hill; Dayton, Ohio]

Sir Horace Rumbold

[Group picture of Orville Wright, Bishop Milton Wright, Katharine Wright, Earl N. Findley, nephew Horace Wright, John R. McMahon, and Pliny Williamson, on the walk of Orville's home, Hawthorn Hill; Dayton, Ohio]

HORSE SHOWS. MRS. HORACE WESTCOTT

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC ADAMS, DR. JOHN M., OF CINCINNATI, OHIO; MONFORT, E.R., CAPT., U.S.A.; McELROY, JOHN, COL., U.S.A.; CARR, REV. HORACE M., OF KANSAS

Sir Horace Plunkett

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. DELEGATION FROM HAITI. LEON DEJEAN; EDMOND HEREAUX; F.D. LEGITIME; HORACE ITHEART; EBERLE FIRMIN, OFFICIAL DELEGATE. CHARLES MATHOU, CHAIRMAN OF DELEGATION

Amos is 6 and Horace 4 years old. Their father, John Neal is a renter and raises tobacco. He said (and the owner of the land confirmed it) that both these boys work day after day from "sun-up to sun-down" worming and suckering, and that they are as steady as a grown-up. Location: Warren County--Albaton, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

"Driving boy" taking pigs to market. Says he is 14 years old and has been working with pigs for 9 years. Goes to school in Paris, Ky. Horace Harpe, 320 West 8 Street,. Location: Winchester [vicinity], Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Amos is 6 and Horace 4 years old. Their father, John Neal is a renter and raises tobacco. He said (and the owner of the land confirmed it) that both these boys work day after day from "sun-up to sun-down" worming and suckering, and that they are as steady as grown-ups. Location: Warren County--Albaton, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

"Driving boy" taking pigs to market. Says he is 14 years old and has been working with pigs for 9 years. Goes to school in Paris, Ky. Horace Harpe, 320 West 8 Street. Location: Winchester [vicinity], Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Kindergarten children in Horace Mann School working on doll houses. See Bliss report. Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

[Domestic Science class in Horace Mann School. See Bliss report.] Location: [Tulsa, Oklahoma] / [Lewis W. Hine]

Domestic Science class in Horace Mann School. See Bliss report. Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

[Horace M. Albright, full-length portrait, standing, facing right]

Gen. Horace Porter, portrait bust

Horace Wade

[George Horace Lorimer, half-length portrait, seated]