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Augustus H. Chapman to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 24, 1849 (Illness of Thomas Lincoln (father))

John D. Johnston to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 25, 1849 (Illness of Thomas Lincoln (father))

Charles H. T. Collis to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 31, 1861 (Judge Read's illness)

[President & Mrs. Wilson on first auto ride after his illness]

President Hoover attends church on Easter Sunday. President Hoover leaving Friend's Meeting House in Washington today after attending Easter Sunday church services. Mrs. Hoover was unable to attend because of illness

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ADDRESSES SOCIAL WORKERS AT WHITE HOUSE. A TWO-DAY MEETING OF THE 1933 MOBILIZATION FOR HUMAN NEEDS WITH SOCIAL WORKERS FROM ALL THE COUNTRY ATTENDING WAS OFFICIALLY OPENED IN WASHINGTON TODAY WHEN PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ADDRESSED THE GROUP ON THE THE GROUP ON THE LAWN OF THE WHITE HOUSE. NEWTON D. BAKER IS CHAIRMAN OF THE GROUP BUT WAS UNABLE TO ATTEND TODAY BECAUSE OF ILLNESS. THE CONFERENCE WAS INAUGURATED IN 1931 TO AID SOCIAL WORK GROUPS IN THEIR FIGHT AGAINST THE DEPRESSION

Chief Justice takes brisk walk on 77th birthday. Washington, D.C., April 11. Celebrating his 77th birthday today, Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes of the United States Supreme Court, is snapped by a news cameraman as he takes his usual morning stroll. The Chief Justice appears fully recovered from the recent illness which kept him confined to his home for 10 days. 4-11-39

Chief Justice celebrates 77th birthday. Washington, D.C., April 11. Leaving his home for the usual morning stroll on his 77th birthday today Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes acknowledges birthday greetings from Alice and Patricia Miller of Brooklyn, New York, who are spending the Easter Holidays in the Capitol. The Chief Justice appears fully recovered from his recent illness and is expected to resume his place on the bench when the high tribunal convenes again on April 17. 4-11-39

Reciprocal aid. American soldiers, sailors, and marines, recuperating from wounds and illness on roof of a new 3 million dollae hospital which government of Australia, without cost to the United States has provided for our forces, "somewhere in Australia." Huge red cross identifies building for passing airplanes. Hospital is one of many facilities given the United States by Australia as reciprocal lend-lease

Reciprocal aid. New ten-story hospital "somewhere in Australia" which the government of Australia has provided under reciprocal lend-lease, without payment by the United States, for care of American troops recuperating from illness and wounds

Reciprocal aid. New ten-story hospital "somewhere in Australia" which the government of Australia has provided under reciprocal lend-lease, without payment by the United States, for care of American troops recuperating from illness and wounds

Reciprocal aid. American nurses and officers enjoy themselves in nurses' quarters of a new 3,000,000 dollar hospital "somewhere in Australia" which government of Australia has provided, without payment by the United States, for American servicemen recuperating from wounds and illness. Hospital is one of many Australian contributions under reciprocal lend-lease. Left to right: Miss Bertha Only, Middletown, New York; Major James Hipple, Pierre, South Dakota; Lieutenant R.A. Pearson, Jr., Raleigh, North Carolina; Miss Genevieve Kusek, Danvers, Massachusetts; Captain T.F. Connolly, Sacramento, California; Lieutenant Ray Loper, Cleveland, Oklahoma; Miss Julia Owens, Columbus, Georgia; Lieutenant Edward Ferreri, Connorsville, Indiana; Miss Sera Clifton, Harrington, Delaware

An unscreened door is an invitation for flies and illness near La Plata, Maryland. Charles County

Improper disposal of kitchen waste water may be a cause of illness. Long well project, Saint Mary's County, Maryland

Class at the veterinary school at Iowa State College diagnosing illness of a horse brought in by a farmer, Ames, Iowa

Class at the veterinary school at Iowa State College diagnosing illness of a horse brought in by a farmer, Ames, Iowa

U.S. Negro troops in New Guinea. Medical care is well provided for all American and allied forces in New Guinea. Here a field medical dispensary is set up and operated by a Negro medical detachment. Soldiers go daily for "sick calls" and any possible illness is checked or given immediate care

Last picture of Senator Borah made before present illness. Washington, D.C., July 11. The condition of Senator William E. Borah, veteran Republican from Idaho who has been ill for the last ten days, was "about the same" today, his office announced. This picture of the Senator, made at the first meeting of the Senate Monopoly Committee with Herman Oliphant, Treasury Department General Counsel, is the last on to be mode of the legislator before he became ill, 7/11/38

Supreme Court flag half-masted out of respect to dead jurist. Washington, D.C., Nov. 16. Scene thru the pillars of the U.S. Supreme Court Building showing the flag at half-mast out of respect to Justice Pierce Butler, who died this morning after a long illness

Masanao Hannihara, Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan since the illness of Baron Shidehara, head of the Japanese delegation at the arms conference, 11/30/21

Tells U.S. Chamber of Commerce lack of confidence to blame for business slowdown. Washington, D.C., May 2. Drafted to speak when illness prevented Secretary of Commerce Hopkins, S. Clay Williams, Chairman of the Board, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., today told the 27th annual meeting of the United States Chamber of Commerce that lack of confidence was to blame for the slowdown of industry. He also warned that the time is fast approaching when this country must get on a 'going' basis. George H. Davis, President of the Chamber, is also shown in the picture

Secretary of Navy. Washington, D.C., Oct. 15. Fully recovered from his serious illness of last year, Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson seems to be in the best of health again. This informal picture was made shortly after the Secretary presented a medal to Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd today. 10/15/37

Galento puts up 10-grand note as challenge to Joe Louis. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Roly Poly Tony Galenton today deposited with the D.C. Boxing Commission ten thousand dollars as a challenge to Joe Louis for a championship bout. Tony claims Joe Louis ran out on him when he accepted a bout with John Henry Lewis instead. Left to right - sitting- Secretary Harvey L. Miller of the D.C., Boxing Commission - Tony Galento, Joe Jacobs, his manager. Standing is Herman Taylor, Philadelphia promoter whose schedules bout between Galento and Louis was postponed because of Tony's illness, 11/9/38

Faces last shot. Washington, D.C., Dec. 29. Admiral William H. Standley faced his last barrage today. A salva from the guns of a battery of cameramen. He retires as Chief of Naval Operations on January 1, having reached the age limit. Admiral Standley has had a difficult regime. At one time during the illness of Secretary Swanson and following the death of Assistant Secretary Roosevelt, he was Acting Secretary, Assistant Secretary besides holding his own post as Operations Chief

New Senator from Vermont. Washington, D.C., July 1. Ernest W. Gibson, Jr., today took the oath as Republican Senator from Vermont and assumed his duties immediately. He named to succeed his father, Senator Ernest W. Gibson, who died a few weeks ago after a long illness

Justice Stone ready to resume duties. Washington D.C. Apparently fully recovered from his recent Illness, Associate Justice Harlan Fiske Stone of the United States Supreme Court returned to Washington yesterday from Sea Island, Georgia, where he had been recuperating. This exclusive picture of the Justice was made as he took an early morning stroll today. Many important decisions, among them the validity of the Labor Relations Act, have been postponed by the Court pending the return of Justice Stone to the bench. Along with Chief Justice Hughes, Justices Brandeis and Cardozo, Justice Stone is noted for his liberalism toward the New Deal

A monologue entitled A last resort

A monologue entitled A last resort

A monologue entitled A last resort

A monologue entitled A last resort

A monologue entitled A last resort

A monologue entitled A last resort

A monologue entitled A last resort

1 act comedy sketch entitled April first

1 act comedy sketch entitled April first

1 act comedy sketch entitled April first

1 act comedy sketch entitled April first

1 act comedy sketch entitled April first

1 act comedy sketch entitled April first

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Non compos mentis an original comedietta in one act

Augustus H. Chapman to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 28, 1849 (Illness of Thomas Lincoln (father))

Augustus H. Chapman to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 28, 1849 (Illness of Thomas Lincoln (father))

Died general purchasing power and major prosperity after long over-taxing illness ... [Broadside advocating passage of general welfare act H. R. 4199]. [Chicago. Ill.? 1938?].

Died general purchasing power and major prosperity after long over-taxing illness ... [Broadside advocating passage of general welfare act H. R. 4199]. [Chicago. Ill.? 1938?].

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

Two nuts from Matteawan

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

The cold molasses special with added incidents and songs an original monologue

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

A New Years [sic] dream

Thomas Jefferson to Ligan, January 15, 1817, to Lignan in Patrick Gibson's Illness

Thomas Jefferson to Ligan, January 15, 1817, to Lignan in Patrick Gibson's Illness

Sam Todd of Yale a comedy in one act

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