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The encampment in Hyde Park MDCCLXXX / P. Sandby fecit.

New-York, November 26, Last Sunday night arrived the Lord Hyde Packet in 47 days from Falmouth. From the English papers brought we have extracted the following important advices. London. September 30. The definitive treaty, between Great-Britain

Map of Hyde Township.

James Madison to Hyde de Neuville, November 17, 1819.

James Madison to Baron Hyde de Neuville, December 19, 1823.

James Madison to Hyde de Neuville, June 15, 1829.

The magnificent building, for the World's Fair of 1851: built of iron and glass, in Hyde Park, London

Samuel M. Hopkins, D.D., Hyde Professor of ecclesiastical history and church polity, Theological Seminary, Auburn, N.Y. / Melainotype by E.P. Senter ; engd. by J.C. Buttre, N.Y.

View of the nave of the great exhibition building, Hyde Park

[Picadilly omnibus boarding passengers to the exhibition at Hyde Park; coach in front of Pinchins & Co. bar and ale]

Third day of the great sale at Hyde Park & Fairmount, Monday, Oct. 11. Free trains on the Boston and Providence, and the Boston and New York Central railroad from the Summer Street and Providence stations, at 2 1-2 P. M ... [1857?].

Col. N.B. Hyde, 37th Vermont Inf.

Lt. Col. Wm. B. Hyde, 9th N.Y. Cavalry

The cruelties of fashion - "fine feathers make fine birds" / Hyde.

Group of Sioux Indians "Spotted Tail" (photo c. 1875) Standing: Joe Merrivale; Young Spotted Tail; Antoine Janis; Seated: Touch-the-Clouds; Little Big Man; Black Cool; last two are rapoves[?] indentified by George E. Hyde 4229 Dangler[?] St. Omaha, Neb.

Hyde, hon. Ira B. Rep of Mo. Pvt. Co. F. 1st Minn. Mounted Rangers against Sioux Indians

Hyde, Hon. Ira B. of Mo.

New York City--An afternoon lounge at Goupil's Art Gallery, Fifth Avenue / drawn by J.N. Hyde.

New York City - opening day at Lord & Taylor's store, Broadway and Twentieth Street - ladies ascending in the elevator / Hyde.

Ladies' dress reform meeting at Freeman Place Chapel, Boston, Mass. / Hyde ; sketched by E. R. Morse.

New York City--The sewing-room at A.T. Stewart's, between Ninth and Tenth Streets, Broadway and Fourth Avenue / Hyde.

July 4th, 1876. The centennial celebration in Philadelphia-Richard Henry Lee of Virginia, reading the Declaration of Independence at Independence Square, July 4th / Hyde.

New York City - Cheap lodging-houses as nests of disease -A night scene in a "five-cent" den on Pearl Street / Hyde ; from sketches by Joseph Becker.

Hyde & Behman's Operatic Spectacular Minstrels under the personal supervision of Richard Hyde direct from their own beautiful theatre, Brooklyn, New York.

Ohio - the mining troubles in Hocking Valley - scene in the town of Buchtel - the striking miners' reception of "Blackleg" workmen when returning from their work escorted by a detachment of Pinkerton's detectives / from a sketch by Joseph Becker ; Hyde.

At farewell social of Congregational Church at Hyde Park, Mass., January 22, 1885 upon the departure of the pastor, Rev. P. W. Davis for Palestine. by Gen'l H. B. Carrington. [Poem] [Hyde Park, Mass. 1885].

Richard Mansfield as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

[Hyde Park Corner, London, England]

[Rotten Row and Hyde Park Corner, London, England]

Hyde Park, Queens birthday, London / photographed and published by B.W. Kilburn.

[Up from Hyde's Cave, Ausable Chasm, N.Y.]

Helen Hyde

Chas. H. Hyde, seated in study

Entrance to grounds, Hyde Manor, Green Mountains

Frank Farrel, Charles Hyde

Lawn at Hyde Manor, Green Mountains

Lawn at Hyde Manor, Green Mountains

Arthur M. Hyde

[James Hazen Hyde, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right]

Hyde Park School, room 2 /

HYDE, ARTHUR. HONORABLE

Hyde Park Avenue, Tampa, Fla.

HYDE, ARTHUR. HONORABLE

HYDE, ARTHUR. HONORABLE

Ruins of San Francisco, 500 feet elevation above Hyde and Green Sts.

All London in Hyde Park for record-breaking suffrage demonstration

Suffragists New Record. Half million demonstrate for woman suffrage in Hyde Park, London

Votes for Women, Programme and souvenir, Hyde Park Demonstration, London,

Votes for Women, Hyde Park Demonstration, London, June 21, 1908, Souvenir program

Hyde Park corner, London, Eng.

Hyde Park and Westport High School, Kansas City, Mo.

Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Hyde, Mrs. Ginnett, a detective and a little girl walking down the street together

Mrs. Richard Hyde

Mrs. Richard Hyde

Jas. H. Hyde

Jas. H. Hyde

Chas. Hyde opens American B.B. season, 4/22/11

Return of C.H. Hyde to New York

Florence S. Hyde

[Russia]. Dr. Huntington, Mr. Bergen, Mr. Groves, Mr. Smith. Mac Artney, Miss Katz, Solnolsky, Dr. Huntington, Ted Paramore, Pop Willis. Our Poezd Nachalnik. Peden & Hyde

105th Engineers, Lt. Col. Joseph Hyde Pratt, commanding, Camp Sevier, S.C., March 7th, 1918

Eliz. Hyde Sirvent

Charles Cheney Hyde, nominated Jan. 27th by the Pres. to be solicitor of the Dept. of State, succeeding Fred. K. Nielson

Wallace & Hyde triplets

General John J. Pershing joined with members of the Service Star Legion in paying homage to the World War dead at Arlington National Cemetery before the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Tuesday afternoon, May 26th. Mrs. Henry F. Baker of Hyde, Md., placed a bronze insignia of the Order in the Trophy Room of the Amphitheatre. The picture shows Mrs. Florence M. Thorpe of Lynn, Mass. laying the insignia upon the tomb. General Pershing is [...] directly behind Mrs. Thorpe. At the General's left is [...] Baker, then Mrs. [Max?] Mayer of Des Moines, Iowa and General [...] T. Hines, Director of the Veterans Bureau

Arthur M. Hyde, [2/6/29]

[Arthur M. Hyde, 2/6/29]

President Hoover officially opens baseball season in National Capital. President Hoover tossing out the first ball to officially open the baseball season in Washington today. The Washington Senators played in the Philadelelphia Athletics in the season's opener. In the photograph, left to right: Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde; Mrs. Herbert Hoover; President Hoover; Secretary of Treasury Andrew Mellon (sitting) Secretary of War James W. Good; Walter Johnson; and Clark Griffith

Mrs. Hoover presents cup to boy winner at National 4-H Club Camp. Mrs. Hoover presenting to John C. Jackson of East Baton Rouge Parish, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the cup known as the Secretary of Agriculture Trophy, at the National Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club Camp held on the grounds of the Department of Agriculture in Washington. This award is made to the biy and girl selected as best typifying 4-H club work of the 700,000 rural boys and girls enrolled in the 4-H farm and home making clubs in the 48 states and Hawaii. Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde can be seen next to Mrs. Hoover

Secretary of Agriculture is surprised with gifts from members of personal staff when he was Governor of Missouri. Led by members of his personal staff when he was Governor of Missouri and fellow Missourians, Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M.Hyde, was given a surprise party at his office in Washington today. They presented him with a complete traveling outfit and in short speeches each one paid a glowing tribute for Missouri's friendship for him. In the center of photograph, left to right: Dwight F. Davis, former Secretary of War; Secretary Hyde; and Col. M.F. Natter of Kansas City and member of Secretary Hyde's staff when he was Governor

Bankers and drought relief plans. Twelve drought-stricken states sent representatives, most of them well known bankers, to confer with President Hoover and his relief committee to discuss plans for extending financial aid to farmers. Secretary of Agriculture Hyde is in the center of the photograph. Others are: Clyde Henedricks, Alabama; J.H. Stanley, Arkansas; Elmer Stout, Indiana; Melvin A. Traylor, Illinois; Byron A. Limbecker, Kansas; Nicholas Desker, Kentucky; Dr. D. Hoss, Virginia; Morton Frentis, Maryland; Arnold G. Stifel, Missouri; Edward A. Seiter, Tennessee; F.H. Fugus, Texas; Fred A. Scott. Virginia; F.D. Drumholler, West Virginia; Charles Reiman, Federal Reserve Bank; Hugh S. Mackey, manager, International Credit Bank; and members of the President's drought relief committee [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Mrs. Herbert Hoover and cabinet ladies at amaryllis show. The First Lady of the land and ladies of the cabinet viewed the beautiful blooms at the Department of Agriculture amaryllis show in Washington today. In the photograph, left to right; Mrs. Ogden L. Mills, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury; Mrs. Arthur M. Hyde, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture; Mrs. Herbert Hoover; Mrs. Charles Francis Adams, wife of Secretary of Navy; Mrs. Walter F. Brown, wife of Postmaster General; and Mrs. William D. Mitchell, wife of Attorney General. 3/23/32

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ARRIVES HOME FROM VACATION. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ARRIVED AT THE NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON, TODAY ABOARD THE YACHT OF VINCENT ASTOR, THE NOMRAMAHAL, FROM HIS VACATION AT HYDE PARK. IN THIS PHOTOGRAPH PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS CONGRATULATING THE SKIPPER OF THE NOMRAMAHAL, CAPT. GUSTAF KLANG, FOR THE SMOOTH VOYAGE DOWN THE EASTERN SEABOARD. ON THE RIGHT IS CAPT. WALTER N. VERNOU, WHITE HOUSE NAVAL AIDE

ROOSEVELT BACK FROM VACATION. RETURNING FROM HIS SUMMER WHITE HOUSE AT HYDE PARK, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS CAPABLE OF SMILING DESPITE THE JUMBLED CONDITION OF HIS 'HOUSE OF LETTERS': NRA, AAA, ETC.

ROOSEVELT RETURNS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT RETURNS FROM HIS SHORT TRIP TO HYDE PARK APPARENTLY AS FIT AS A FIDDLE AND READY FOR ANY SORT OF BATTLE WITH THE SENATE THAT IS NECESSARY TO BREAK THE DEAD-LOCK ON THIS RELIEF PROGRAM

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Old Vermont farm building near Hyde Park, Vermont

Old Vermont farm shed near Hyde Park, Vermont

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Old Vermont carriage and farm family near North Hyde Park, Vermont

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Auction near Hyde Park Village, Vermont

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Portable saw near North Hyde Park, Vermont

Old Vermont carriage and farm family near North Hyde Park, Vermont

Auction near Hyde Park Village, Vermont

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The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Sharpening knife of old mowing machine on farm near Hyde Park, Vermont

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

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