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[William Howard Taft, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, in a mason's garb]

A New humorous song, on the Cherokee chiefs Inscribed to the ladies of Great Britain : To the tune of, Caesar and Pompey were both of the horned / / by H. Howard.

A recommendation from the convention of the Congregational ministers, at Boston, May 26, 1790 [That only properly qualified members of regular associations be asked to discharge the ministerial office.] Simeon Howard, moderator of the Convention

Richard Howard to Caesar A. Rodney, October 31, 1803

James Madison to Howard Malcom, April 10, 1831.

John Eager Howard, 1752-1827

3rd and 1st ward Tippecanoe Club. An adjourned meeting of this club will be held on this (Thursday) evening, June 11, at 8 o'clock, at the Municipal Court Room, Corner of Henry and Cranberry Streets ... George Hall, President, B. C. Howard Secre

List of members of the Howard Fire Company for 1841. Bull & Tuttle, Job printers No. 7 North Gay Street.

Enclosure with Robert Howard to Andrew Jackson March 26, 1844. Record of land donations from Robert Howard and others to the city of Baltimore, MD for the purpose of erecting a monument to Andrew Jackson. February 26, 1844

[George Cunnabell Howard, half-length portrait, three-quarters to right]

[George Cunnabell Howard, nearly full-length portrait, facing front, standing, holding tall hat, one arm on hip]

Gen. O.O. Howard

[William A. Howard, Representative from Michigan, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Maj. J. Howard

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

Howard USN

Howard. Hon. Jacob Merritt of Mich. Drew up platform of the first convention ever held by the Republican Party and christened that party in 1854

Maj. J. Howard, Paymaster

Martenet's Map of Howard County, Maryland : drawn entirely from actual surveys /

Prof. John Langston, Howard University

Maj. J. Howard

Maj. J. Howard, Paymaster

Howard USN

Gen. O.O. Howard

O.O. Howard

Hon. Howard

His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, with Mayor Howard of Portland on his left; photographed just prior to departure on board his fleet, at Portland, Maine, October 20, 1860 / by George Stacy, 143 Madison Street, New-York.

Gen. O.O. Howard, U.S.A.

O.O. Howard

O.O. Howard

Maj. J. Howard, Paymaster

A street view in Portland, Me., October 20th, 1860, of the Prince of Wales, Duke of Newcastle, Lord Lyons & Mayor Howard

O.O. Howard

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

O.O. Howard

O.O. Howard

Maj. J. Howard

O.O. Howard

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

Prof. John Langston, Howard University

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

O.O. Howard

Army of the West: Schofield, Thomas, Slocum, McPherson, Sherman, Howard, and Rousseau

Howard, New York Times

[William Howard Russell, 1820-1907, full length portrait, seated at small table, writing, facing right. British war correspondent]

[Oliver Otis Howard, 1830-1909, bust portrait, facing left; in uniform]

William B. Wadman, dealer in furnaces, ranges and stoves, would respectfully inform the citizens of the South End that he has taken the store formerly occupied by Francis Howard, at 1011 & 1013 Washington, (Corner Union Park Street.) ... W. B. W

Plan of the Rebel position at Howard's Bridge, April 4th 1862.

Map of Hampton to Howard's Bridge, Virginia.

The Rebel works at Howard's Bridge Virginia April 4th 1862.

The March from Hampton to before Yorktown, Va., April 1862. Map showing route of 3rd Army Corps. A.P. from Howard's Bridge to the sawmill, April 5 and 6th, 1862.

Group at Headquarters of Army of Potomac, Falmouth, Va.: J.S. Crocker, Ulris Dahlgren, B.C. Ludlow, A.N. Duffie, E.R. Warner, Lord Abinger, J. Dickinson, S.F. Barstow, J.B. Howard, D.W. Flagler, Harry Russell, J.R. Coxe and 4 unidentified men.

Belle Missouri, written by Howard Glyndon

Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia. Capt. J.B. Howard, Office of Assistant Quartermaster, Army of the Potomac

Chancellorsville, Va. Position of the 11th Corps at 6 p.m. May 2nd 1863 Maj Genl O.O. Howard commanding

[Fairfax Court House, Virginia]. Capt. J.B. Howard, A.Q.M. and group at headquarters, Army of the Potomac

Abraham Lincoln to Oliver O. Howard, Tuesday, July 21, 1863 (Reply to Howard's letter of July 18 defending Gen. Meade)

Brandy Station, Virginia. Winter quarters of Col. J.B. Howard, Chief Quartermaster, 3d Army Corps

Joseph Howard, Jun., the forger

Jacob M. Howard, Monday, March 07, 1864 (Requests information concerning 1861 neutrality agreement between General McClellan and Simon B. Buckner)

Abraham Lincoln to Edwin M. Stanton, Monday, August 22, 1864 (Release of Joseph Howard Jr.; endorsed by Stanton and Lincoln)

Washington, District of Columbia. John C. Howard's stable on G Street between 6th and 7th (where John H. Surratt kept horses before leaving town on April 1, 1865)

Howard Street, from 6th Street, looking East, San Francisco

Howard Street, between 2nd and 3rd Streets, San Francisco

Green Bay and Fort Howard, Brown Co., Wisconsin 1867.

My dear Sir: In order to complete the Congregational church in this city thirty thousand dollars will be required ... O. O. Howard. Chairman building com. Washington, D. C. June 10, 1867.

Orphans' homestead, Gettysburg, Pa. The building, now newly roofed and adapted as far as practicable for its present use, was occupied by Gen. Howard as his head quarters at the battle of Gettysburg. It stands on Cemetery Hill, within a few rods of the vertex of the angle formed by our army in the battle. It is used until a more commodious and suitable structure can be erected to shelter its present fatherless inmates, with many other soldiers' orphans in different States of the Union, awaiting admission to the institution / / Photographed by C.J. Tyson, Gettysburg.

Birds eye view of the city of Kokomo, Howard Co., Indiana 1868.

Mrs. Paul Howard in her impersonation of Miss Grym, "one of the grimmest specimens of that class of womankind which bore ... with the everlasting subject of woman's rights"

James Howard cabin

William Howard Taft (seated center) and classmates at the Woodward High School

[Art furniture at the centennial, Philadelphia - display of Howard & Sons, London, 1876]

Oh! Oh! Howard! "I am still pursuing the Indians" - telegram from General O.O. Howard

[William Howard Taft, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, in Masonic regalia]

[Invitation to be present at the ceremonies attending the reinterment of the remains of John Howard Payne at Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington, D. C] [Washington, D. C. 1883].

Subdivision of the Howard University lands : [Washington D.C.] .

The home sweet home of John Howard Payne

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Big Spring, Howard County, Texas.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Howard, Miner County, South Dakota

Howard Cooper on a table overlooking valley of Middle Loup Valley, west of West Union, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washington, D.C. Howard Hall (Building No. 12). Courtyard veranda and staircase. Plan, section/elevation, and perspective rendering ]

Republican ticket. For electors of President and vice-president of the United States. Frank W. Cheney. J. Howard Wittemore. Henry R. Kibbe. Edward F. Jones. William A. Slater. William G. Harding. For Governor, Morgan G. Bulkeley ... [s. l., 1888

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: Going to meeting]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People", in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: Interior of the Sisters' Kloster, Ephrata, showing the typical doorway, 5' 20", which represents the "narrow way that leads to everlasting life"]

"Alice Howard", St. James, Florida

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: woman serving drinks to wounded Continentals]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785, Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: Old man who acts as "cicerone", or guide]

"Alice Howard", Charlotte Harbor

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: A Dormitory in the Sisters' House, Ephrata]

Mrs. Wolters & Helen on "Alice Howard"

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illus. his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: An old Lancaster House]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: Interior of Chapel]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: The Kiss of Peace]

Howard Pyle, 1853-1911

[Howard Statue, Bedford, England]

Howard County, Texas /

[Howard Pyle, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, looking at book, and his daughter Phoebe with arm around his shoulders]

The greater Shenandoah by Bronson Howard.

The Greater Shenandoah by Bronson Howard

The greater Shenandoah by Bronson Howard.