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An accurate map of His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world,

An express just arrived from General Washington. Camp at Cambridge. Oct. 24, 1775. Sir. The inclosed information being of the highest importance, I thought it proper to transmit it to you with all dispatch. I am Sir Your obedient servant George

In the Committee of Safety for the Colony of New-York, during the recess of the Provincial Congress, July 13th, 1775. Whereas information hath been given to this Committee, [Of wanton destruction of property, that guilty persons be punished as t

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, October 8, 1777. Whereas by information from the commanding officer of the detachment from this State, at the State of Rhode Island ... A true copy. Attest. J. Avery, D. Sec'y.

An accurate map of the State and Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world,

For the information of persons transacting business with the bank. the following rules are made known ... Bank, December 1, 1784. [Philadelphia] Printed by Hall and Sellers [1784].

Thomas Jefferson to Philip Mazzei, February 16, 1787, Request for Information on Translations; with List of Authors

Sarsfield to Thomas Jefferson, May 28, 1788, Engineering School Information for Ralph Izard; in French

Circular. Philadelphia. August 3, 1792. Sir. By the enclosed copy of the minutes of the proceedings of a general meeting of the Citizens of Philadelphia, you will preceive, that the Citizens are desirous to obtain information of the sense of the

Council Chamber, January 25, 1794. Sir. The annexed resolution of the General Assembly is sent to you for your information. You will readily discover from its purport, that the Legislature consider the past conduct of the escheators reprehensibl

The State of New Jersey, compiled from the most authentic information.

Information. Whereas pursuant to a law of the United States, entitled "An Act giving a right of pre-emption to certain persons who have contracted with John Cleves Symmes, or his associates, for lands lying between the Miami rivers, in the terri

Statement respecting Mr. Jarvis' delinquency. The subscribers, two of the Committee for the sake of Eastern Lands, ask leave to state, for the information of the Legislature, that, before the settlement of the Committee's last account, Leonard J

A map of the United States : compiled chiefly from the state maps and other authentic information /

To the public. The liberality and promptitude of the Citizens of this State, in attending to my request for information, have already far exceeded my expectations ... [Signed] Horatio G. Spafford. Hudson 1 Mo. 1, 1810.

Map of the state of Georgia, drawn from actual surveys and the most authentic information /

Highly important from Washington. Journal Office, ----- Extra. Saturday, April 23, 4 P.M. Resignation of the cabinet!! By the Benjamin Franklin, arrived this day we received the following important information, to wit - the resignation of the wh

Notice. Bank of Washington, May 12, 1837. Notwithstanding the information which has reached Washington of the suspension of specie payments by the banks of New York, as well as some of the banks of Philadelphia and Baltimore, the President and d

Notice. Bank of the Metroplis, May 12, 1837. Nothwithstanding the information which has reached Washington, of the suspension of specie payments by the banks of New York, as well as some of the banks of Philadelphia and Baltimore, the President

Hydrographical basin of the upper Mississippi River from astronomical and barometrical observations, surveys, and information.

Headquarters Army of shirtwearers. Important information having been received that there are in this city over 10,000 gentlemen who want good fitting shirts, this to to let them know that by calling at W. H. Faulkner & Co's and leaving their mea

Dog lost! A Cuba lap dog, with long white curling hair,-- feet trimmed close,-- answers to the name of "Fancy." Whoever will return the same, or leave information with Mrs. Story, Broadway, Cambridgeport, or T. L. Turner, No. 63 Cambridge St. Bo

Avery's patent for locking stones in the foundations of lighthouses ... More information may be obtained by letter addressed to John P. Avery, Norwich, Conn. [1854].

$500 reward to the police and others. The above reward will be paid to any one who will furnish information as the whereabouts of a young lady who saved the life of an English Baronet, at St. Valerre sur Somme, in France, and who is now s

Ager vs. information Young America politics.

Johnson's new railroad & county copper plate map of the southern states from the latest and best information.

Walter E. Nichols to Clark M. Smith, Friday, June 01, 1860 (Wants information on Lincoln's life)

John G. Nicolay to Unknown, 1860 (Draft by Abraham Lincoln in response to requests for biographical information)

15 dollars reward. Strayed or stolen, on Sunday evening the 17th instant, a large well-built bay horse, 16 hands high ... Any information leading to the recovery of the above property will be received and the said reward paid, by calling at hous

Map showing the battle grounds of the Chickahominy, and the positions of the subsequent engagements in the retreat of the Federal army towards James River and all the other points of interest in connection with the siege of Richmond from the most reliable information to be obtained by Edwin Sheppard.

Military map of the States of Kentucky and Tennessee, within eleven miles of the 35th parallel of latitude or southern boundary of Tennessee; compiled from the best authentic original maps, various documents, and miscellaneous latest sources of information;

$500 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of five hundred dollars to any person who shall give information that may lead to the detection and conviction of the person or persons who

Information map : [Southeastern Tennessee] /

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

James M. Buford, Sunday, January 10, 1864 (Printed request for information about his brother, General John Buford)

Colton's rail road and county map of the southern states containing the latest information.

Information map of part of Georgia.

Notice. For the information of those who paid money for recruiting purposes, the subscribers hereby give notice that the treasurer has not been able to hire money at a fair rate for the purpose of refunding the money to them ... Selectmen of Rea

House of Representatives, Wednesday, February 08, 1865 (Resolution requesting information on Hampton Roads Conference)

Military map of the States of Kentucky and Tennessee, within eleven miles of the 35th parallel of latitude or southern boundary of Tennessee; compiled from the best authentic original maps, various documents, and miscellaneous latest sources of information;

To the Republican members of the thirty-ninth congress. Gentlemen! I have recently come into possession of information to the effect that a plot has been formed to destroy the lives of a sufficient number of Republicans to reduce them to a minor

A new sectional map of the state of Kansas showing the route of the Union Pacific Railway--E. D. to Denver City. Col. and complete system of projected rail roads. Information compiled & collected from departments of the government at Washington, D.C. and other authentic sources by W. J. Keeler, C. E. 1867.

Lloyd's railroad, telegraph & express map of the United States and Canadas from official information.

Interesting information for Congressmen. How an office is procured at the Capitol. Disclosures of a consultation at headquarters of the New Hampshire ring No. F. Street. [Washington, D. C. February 23,1871.

Map of Jack County, State of Texas : exhibiting the extent of public surveys land grants and all other official information compiled from official surveys of the General Land Office at Austin... /

Map of Comanche County : state of Texas showing the extent of all public surveys, land grants and all other official information, compiled from the records of the General Land office at Austin, showing also the geology, agriculture and other important details carefully selected from authentic sources /

Map of Hamilton County, State of Texas : showing the extent of all public surveys, land grants and all other official information compiled from the records of the General Land Office at Austin... /

Map of Brown Co., state of Texas : showing the extent of all public surveys, land grants and all other official information compiled from the records of the General Land Office at Austin... /

Map of Haskell County, state of Texas : exhibiting the extent of public surveys, land grants and all other official information compiled from official surveys of the General Land Office at Austin... /

Map of San Saba County : exhibiting the extent of public surveys, land grants, and other official information ; compiled from the records of the General Land Office at Austin, showing also geology, agriculture, and mineral districts and all important details /

... I herewith enclose circular containing information relative to the arrangements that are being made for the 100th anniversary of the storming of Stony Point ... [July 16, 1879].

New county and railway map of the United States and the Dominion of Canada compiled from information obtained from official sources showing the lines of the Chicago and Alton R.R. and its connections.

... Dear Sir: Herewith we send you a specimen ballot which will give you the information necessary to enable you to vote the full Republican ticket ... Philadelphia, October 29th, 1892.

The Philippine Information Society

Philippine Information Society

[Union Station, Washington, D.C.] [Light fixture, wall bracket for south and east porticos; Light fixture, wall bracket for state reception room; Light fixture, wall bracket for state reception room; Light fixture, drug store ceiling light; Light fixtures for barber shop, stop over and information booths]

[New York City Police Dept. activities: Information Bureau at HQ--4 men at work]

Information Section, War Risk

A group of workers at Greenabaum's Cannery, Seaford, Del. 1 Child is 7 years of age. 4 Children are 12 years of age. 1 Child is 13 years of age. 4 Children are 15 years of age. 3 of these children are working 1 year. 1 of these children is working 2 years. 3 of these children are working 3 years. 2 of these children are working 4 years. 1 of these children is working 5 years. 1 of these children is working 6 years. Greenabaum's Cannery is considered one of the largest in the United States. A few years ago they canned 1,000,000 cans of peas in 4 days. This information was given by the bookkeeper of the Cannery. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Seaford, Del. June 2, 1910. Location: Seaford, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

[Donald Mallick, (#1513.) And Myrtle Mallick. Myrtle is 8 years. Selling papers 1 years, average earnings 35 cents per day. Sells from choice. Begs pennies and works "last paper" scheme. Earnings not needed at home. Visits saloons. (general report for further information.) Edward F. Brown, Investigator ]. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Anne Fitzhugh Miller Letter to Editor: Information on a Suffrage Referendum

Information map of Washington, the most beautiful city in the world : the heritage of all the people ; District of Columbia and part of Maryland and Virginia : part of original district has been ceded back to Virginia.

Information map of Washington, the most beautiful city in the world : the heritage of all the people ; District of Columbia and part of Maryland and Virginia : part of original district has been ceded back to Virginia.

[Flossie Britt, 6 years old has been working several months steadily as spinner in the Lumberton Cotton Mills. Makes 30 cents a day. Lonnie Britt, 7 years old has been working steadily for 1 year as spinner. Makes 40 cents a day. Ages and data given me by their grandmother at home, and I saw them going and coming early and late. 2 smallest in group. When Mr. Swift made his last visit to Lumberton he was shown through these mills by Mr. Jennings, who asked Mr. Swift how many children he thought there were under age. Mr. Swift said about 20, Mr. Jennings told him there were at least 30, and called one of his men to prove he was right. He told Mr. Swift that all the mills were employing children under age. N.B. SEE OTHER SIDE BEFORE USING LABEL (over) Important. [verso of card]: N.B. April 1915: A subsequent visit to this family brought out the information that Flossie was 8 years old and Lonnie 10 years old when I saw them. That the boss asked the mother to bring Lonnie to work, and that she worked about 1/2 year as steadily as she could. That another boss asked the mother to bring Flossie to work and that the girl soon became sick. The mother became disgusted and quit the mill for life on her father's farm where they are now located. There was no need for the children working. Since they moved to the farm the superintendent and 2 other persons visited the family and tried to intimidate them and get them to make mis-statements about the children's ages and work. See Hine report for additional details, all given to Mr. Hine in the presence of a prominent Lumberton attorney.] Location: [Lumberton, North Carolina].

[Flossie Britt, 6 years old has been working several months steadily as spinner in the Lumberton Cotton Mills. Makes 30 cents a day. Lonnie Britt, 7 years old has been working steadily for 1 year as spinner. Makes 40 cents a day. Ages and data given me by their grandmother at home, and I saw them going and coming early and late. 2 smallest in group. When Mr. Swift made his last visit to Lumberton he was shown through these mills by Mr. Jennings, who asked Mr. Swift how many children he thought there were under age. Mr. Swift said about 20, Mr. Jennings told him there were at least 30, and called one of his men to prove he was right. He told Mr. Swift that all the mills were employing children under age. N.B. SEE OTHER SIDE BEFORE USING LABEL (over) Important. [verso of card]: N.B. April 1915: A subsequent visit to this family brought out the information that Flossie was 8 years old and Lonnie 10 years old when I saw them. That the boss asked the mother to bring Lonnie to work, and that she worked about 1/2 year as steadily as she could. That another boss asked the mother to bring Flossie to work and that the girl soon became sick. The mother became disgusted and quit the mill for life on her father's farm where they are now located. There was no need for the children working. Since they moved to the farm the superintendent and 2 other persons visited the family and tried to intimidate them and get them to make mis-statements about the children's ages and work. See Hine report for additional details, all given to Mr. Hine in the presence of a prominent Lumberton attorney.]  Location: [Lumberton, North Carolina].
[Flossie Britt, 6 years old has been working several months steadily as spinner in the Lumberton Cotton Mills. Makes 30 cents a day. Lonnie Britt, 7 years old has been working steadily for 1 year as spinner. Makes 40 cents a day. Ages and data given me by their grandmother at home, and I saw them going and coming early and late. 2 smallest in group. When Mr. Swift made his last visit to Lumberton he was shown through these mills by Mr. Jennings, who asked Mr. Swift how many children he thought there were under age. Mr. Swift said about 20, Mr. Jennings told him there were at least 30, and called one of his men to prove he was right. He told Mr. Swift that all the mills were employing children under age. N.B. SEE OTHER SIDE BEFORE USING LABEL (over) Important. [verso of card]: N.B. April 1915: A subsequent visit to this family brought out the information that Flossie was 8 years old and Lonnie 10 years old when I saw them. That the boss asked the mother to bring Lonnie to work, and that she worked about 1/2 year as steadily as she could. That another boss asked the mother to bring Flossie to work and that the girl soon became sick. The mother became disgusted and quit the mill for life on her father's farm where they are now located. There was no need for the children working. Since they moved to the farm the superintendent and 2 other persons visited the family and tried to intimidate them and get them to make mis-statements about the children's ages and work. See Hine report for additional details, all given to Mr. Hine in the presence of a prominent Lumberton attorney.] Location: [Lumberton, North Carolina].

Flossie Britt, 6 years old has been working several months steadily as spinner in the Lumberton Cotton Mills. Makes 30 cents a day. Lonnie Britt, 7 years old has been working steadily for 1 year as spinner. Makes 40 cents a day. Ages and data given me by their grandmother at home, and I saw them going and coming early and late. 2 smallest in group. When Mr. Swift made his last visit to Lumberton he was shown through these mills by Mr. Jennings, who asked Mr. Swift how many children he thought there were under age. Mr. Swift said about 20, Mr. Jennings told him there were at least 30, and called one of his men to prove he was right. He told Mr. Swift that all the mills were employing children under age. N.B. SEE OTHER SIDE BEFORE USING LABEL (over) Important. [verso of card]: N.B. April 1915: A subsequent visit to this family brought out the information that Flossie was 8 years old and Lonnie 10 years old when I saw them. That the boss asked the mother to bring Lonnie to work, and that she worked about 1/2 year as steadily as she could. That another boss asked the mother to bring Flossie to work and that the girl soon became sick. The mother became disgusted and quit the mill for life on her father's farm where they are now located. There was no need for the children working. Since they moved to the farm the superintendent and 2 other persons visited the family and tried to intimidate them and get them to make mis-statements about the children's ages and work. See Hine report for additional details, all given to Mr. Hine in the presence of a prominent Lumberton attorney. Location: Lumberton, North Carolina.

Flossie Britt, 6 years old has been working several months steadily as spinner in the Lumberton Cotton Mills. Makes 30 cents a day. Lonnie Britt, 7 years old has been working steadily for 1 year as spinner. Makes 40 cents a day. Ages and data given me by their grandmother at home, and I saw them going and coming early and late. 2 smallest in group. When Mr. Swift made his last visit to Lumberton he was shown through these mills by Mr. Jennings, who asked Mr. Swift how many children he thought there were under age. Mr. Swift said about 20, Mr. Jennings told him there were at least 30, and called one of his men to prove he was right. He told Mr. Swift that all the mills were employing children under age. N.B. SEE OTHER SIDE BEFORE USING LABEL (over) Important. [verso of card]: N.B. April 1915: A subsequent visit to this family brought out the information that Flossie was 8 years old and Lonnie 10 years old when I saw them. That the boss asked the mother to bring Lonnie to work, and that she worked about 1/2 year as steadily as she could. That another boss asked the mother to bring Flossie to work and that the girl soon became sick. The mother became disgusted and quit the mill for life on her father's farm where they are now located. There was no need for the children working. Since they moved to the farm the superintendent and 2 other persons visited the family and tried to intimidate them and get them to make mis-statements about the children's ages and work. See Hine report for additional details, all given to Mr. Hine in the presence of a prominent Lumberton attorney.  Location: Lumberton, North Carolina.
Flossie Britt, 6 years old has been working several months steadily as spinner in the Lumberton Cotton Mills. Makes 30 cents a day. Lonnie Britt, 7 years old has been working steadily for 1 year as spinner. Makes 40 cents a day. Ages and data given me by their grandmother at home, and I saw them going and coming early and late. 2 smallest in group. When Mr. Swift made his last visit to Lumberton he was shown through these mills by Mr. Jennings, who asked Mr. Swift how many children he thought there were under age. Mr. Swift said about 20, Mr. Jennings told him there were at least 30, and called one of his men to prove he was right. He told Mr. Swift that all the mills were employing children under age. N.B. SEE OTHER SIDE BEFORE USING LABEL (over) Important. [verso of card]: N.B. April 1915: A subsequent visit to this family brought out the information that Flossie was 8 years old and Lonnie 10 years old when I saw them. That the boss asked the mother to bring Lonnie to work, and that she worked about 1/2 year as steadily as she could. That another boss asked the mother to bring Flossie to work and that the girl soon became sick. The mother became disgusted and quit the mill for life on her father's farm where they are now located. There was no need for the children working. Since they moved to the farm the superintendent and 2 other persons visited the family and tried to intimidate them and get them to make mis-statements about the children's ages and work. See Hine report for additional details, all given to Mr. Hine in the presence of a prominent Lumberton attorney. Location: Lumberton, North Carolina.

[Garden plant design information showing an eagle above a shield with flag, and a large star, probably in Washington, D.C.]

'La Route du 75 1914*1915.' Roman de guerre et d'espionage, par Paul D'Ivoi que publie 'L'Information'

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION. EXTERIOR OF QUARTERS ON JACKSON PLACE

CREEL, GEORGE. CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION, 1917-

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION. EXTERIOR OF QUARTERS ON JACKSON PLACE

U.S. Marines "Soldiers of the sea" - For full information apply recruiting station / J.C. Leyendecker.

CREEL, GEORGE. CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION, 1917-

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Information desk

CREEL, GEORGE. CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION, 1917-

U.S. Marines "Soldiers of the sea" - For full information apply recruiting station / J.C. Leyendecker.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION. EXTERIOR OF QUARTERS ON JACKSON PLACE

Do your duty! Full information at 50 East 42nd Street, Mayor's Recruiting Committee.

[CREEL, GEORGE. CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION, 1917-]

CREEL, GEORGE. CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION, 1917-

Women, girls - rest and information go to the YWCA blue triangle house opposite Union Station

Miss Huldah Salter, Searcher in the home Communication Service, asking a group of soldiers for information about some of those who have been lost or missing. Getting information for the Home Communication Service. In the garden of the AMERICAN RED CROSS recreation hut at Orleans. Miss Huldah Salter, AMERICAN RED CROSS hospital searcher, questioning a group of soldiers about some of their comrades who are missing

CREEL, GEORGE, CHAIRMAN, COM. ON PUBLIC INFORMATION. RIGHT, WITH MEXICAN NEWSPAPERMEN

Information from captured German maps, prisoner's statements, and recent aeroplane photographs : [Sommerance region].

Which? Soldier or mechanic--Enlist in the Engineers and be both For information apply at 808 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware / / L.H.

Newer Jerusalem and suburbs. Zionist Information Bureau

W.W. Cut, oil expert and geologist, who gave the Senate oil comm. valuable information about the Teapot Dome oil lands

Daughter of man who gave Landis first job discovered at new Willard Hotel, Wash. When Judge Kenesaw M. Landis, High Commissioner of Baseball was in Wash. for the World Series, he discovered Mrs. Laura Moody at the information desk in the new Willard Hotel and recognized her to be the daughter of Chas. Watts, who gave him his first job. At that time Mr. Watts was superintendent of the Pan Handle Railroad and Judge Landis was given a job as clerk. Later Mr. Watts became general Sutp. for the Penn Railroad System. He dies 4 yrs ago. Judge Landis took Mrs. Moody to the World Series

Senator Rice W. Means, of Colorado, who just been awarded a Silver Star citation for gallantry in action merited in 1898, by the War Department. Senator Means, formerly a Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry, merited the decoration as a second Lieutenant of Company E, first Colorado Volunteer Infantry, when on August 9th and 10th 1898, regardless of personal risk he conducted a "bold and daring" reconnaissance which developed important information

[Group of women standing in front of Voters Information Bureau]

If you happen to be commander of a Navy ship you will be happy to know about this new piece of mechanism. It is the result of the combined efforts of various branches of the Navy Dept. It is a theodolite (compass for measuring the horizon) that will be used on Navy ships. Mr. R.L. Currie of the aerological office Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy department is shown with this instrument which will be used to site pilot balloons sent from shipboard for the sake of gathering weather information

Fingerprint met hard on crooks. It is possible, according to E.K. Thode, chief of the National Division of Identification and Information, to reconstruct a fingerprint with positive accuracy from a verbal description received by telephone or telegraph. Mr. Thode's division works under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of the United States Department of Justice

Palm Beach : architecture and gardens. Front cover with printed author and title information

Miami Beach : architecture and gardens. Front cover with printed author and title information

Schools. Front cover with title and author information

Close ups. Front cover with printed title and author information

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Portrait of Jack Delano, Office of War Information photographer

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington, D.C. Portrait of Ann Rosener, United States OWI (Office of War Information) photographer

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.