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Larry O'Gaff

[Larry Corcoran, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

Larry on his front porch

[Larry Pape, Boston AL (baseball)]

[New York Giants. Top row (left to right): Rube Marquard, Larry Doyle, Josh Devore, Art Fletcher, George Burns, Art Wilson, Red Ames. Bottom row: Chief Meyers, Fred Snodgrass, Red Murray, Arlie Latham, Beals Becker, John McGraw, Buck Herzog, Fred Merkle (baseball)]

[Jake Daubert, Josh Devore, Larry Doyle, Rube Marquard, Art Devlin, Fred Merkle, E.A.Devlin (baseball)]

[Harry Hooper (left) and Larry Gardner (center), Boston AL (baseball)]

[Manager Jake Stahl with Larry Gardner & catcher Bill Carrigan, Boston AL (baseball)]

[Duffy Lewis, Larry Gardner, Tris Speaker, Heinie Wagner, Boston AL (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Boston AL (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Boston AL (baseball)]

Larry Mulligan - Hicks, Tim Sullivan

[Christy Mathewson (New York Giants) pitches as Larry McLean (New York Giants) catches in Game Two of the 1913 World Series at Shibe Park Philadelphia (baseball)]

[Larry McLean, New York NL (baseball)]

[Walt Kuhn, catcher & Larry Chappell, Chicago AL, at the Polo Grounds, NY (baseball)]

[Josh Devore (New York NL), Tillie Shafer (New York NL), Larry Doyle (New York NL), Dick Egan (Cincinnati NL), Grover Hartley (New York NL), Beals Becker (Cincinnati NL) at the Polo Grounds, May 7-9, 1913 (baseball)]

[Larry McLean, New York NL (baseball)]

[New York Giants Opening Day line-up at the Polo Grounds [New York]. Left to right: Fred Snodgrass, Tillie Shafer, George Burns, Larry Doyle, Red Murray, Fred Merkle, Buck Herzog, Chief Meyers (baseball)]

[Larry Kopf, Philadelphia AL (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Boston AL (baseball)]

[Larry Doyle, New York NL (baseball)]

[Roger Peckinpaugh, New York AL and Larry Doyle, New York NL, 10/8/1914 (baseball)]

[Larry Schlafly, manager of the Buffalo (Fed.), full-length portrait, standing, facing front, in baseball uniform]

[Roger Peckinpaugh, New York AL and Larry Doyle, New York NL (baseball)]

[Larry Schlafly, manager, Buffalo Federal League (baseball)]

[Lee Magee, manager, Brooklyn Federal League & Larry Schlafly, manager, Buffalo Federal League (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Boston AL & Milt Stock, Philadelphia NL (baseball)]

[Larry Schlafly, manager, Buffalo Federal League & Lee Magee, manager, Brooklyn Federal League (baseball)]

[Dick Hoblitzell, Everett Scott, Jack Barry, Larry Gardner, Boston AL (baseball)]

[Larry Schlafly, manager, Buffalo Federal League (baseball)]

[Larry Cheney, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

[Larry Cheney, Brooklyn NL (baseball)]

[Mrs. Chief Meyers & Mrs. Larry Cheney (baseball)]

[Larry Doyle, New York NL (baseball)]

[Larry Doyle, New York NL (baseball)]

[Larry Doyle, New York NL (baseball)]

[Larry Kopf, Cincinnati NL (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Larry Doyle, New York NL (baseball)]

[Larry Doyle at left, throwing ball, New York NL (baseball)]

[Larry Doyle, New York NL (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Larry Gardner, Cleveland AL (baseball)]

Agnew, Freddie Gilbert, Ray Huntley, Larry O'Tell, Bob White

Miss C.L. Larry testing radium at Bu. of Standards, [8/17/25]

LaGuardia leaves White House. Mayor F. LaGuardia of New York City talks with President Roosevelt about a billion dollar work progress and leaves the White House without a specific comment. He is being helped to his car by Lt. Larry Seeman, veteran White House office. 2/11/35

Larry Elliott of the C.B.S. and Bill Coyle, of the N.B.C.

Larry Valentine with his wife and one of his children. Bedford County, Pennsylvania

Larry Valentine and part of his family. Bedford County, Pennsylvania

[Portrait of Larry Clinton, New York, N.Y.(?), between 1938 and 1948]

Steel house operated by Larry Hall. Flint River Farms, Georgia

Chicago, Illinois. Larry Martin, fireman in a Chicago and Northwestern Railroad yard

Cincinnati, Ohio. Preparing canned pork (Russian: "svinaia tushonka") for lend-lease shipment to the USSR at the Kroger grocery and baking company. Larry Schaefer, age twenty-nine, father of two children, treating the pork for twenty percent shrinkage

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. Fireman Larry Adams

[Portrait of Larry Adler, City Center, New York, N.Y., ca. Jan. 1947]

[Portrait of Larry Clinton and Betty George, Copacabana(?), New York, N.Y., ca. Sept. 1947]

[Portrait of Larry Adler and Paul Draper, City Center, New York, N.Y., ca. Jan. 1947]

[Portrait of Larry Adler and Paul Draper, City Center, New York, N.Y., ca. Jan. 1947]

[Portrait of Larry Clinton and Betty George, Copacabana(?), New York, N.Y., ca. Sept. 1947]

[Portrait of Larry Adler, City Center, New York, N.Y., ca. Jan. 1947]

[Cleveland Indians baseball player Larry Doby, full-length portrait, looking slightly right, holding baseball bat]

Prisant Properties, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. Larry Richmond, living room to dining room

Prisant Properties, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. Larry Richmond, library I

Prisant Properties, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. Larry Richmond, dining room

Prisant Properties, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. Larry Richmond, exterior

Prisant Properties, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. Larry Richmond, fireplace detail

Prisant Properties, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. Larry Richmond, from dining room to living room

Prisant Properties, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. Larry Richmond, library II

[ Terese Capucilli and Larry White in Errand into the maze]

Letter to Larry Esposito, recommending David Grinspoon for a tenure track faculty position

[Senator Larry Pressler rowing a boat on the Potomac River with a fellow Congress member]

Larry Schneider, his wife Bonnie, and their children Tanya and Luke stand in front of Larry's '56 Chevy dragster that he has customized in his own machine shop.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe.

Larry Schneider working on the gear-making machine.

Larry, wife Bonnie, and children Lara, Luke, and Tonya pose beside car.

Lead man Larry Schneider showing old patterns upstairs at Watson, these were used by Watson to cast machine parts when the foundry was operating.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe in his machine shop.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe in his machine shop.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe.

Larry at work in his machine shop.

Larry at work in his machine shop.

Shipping office at Watson; the shipping department is located across from Larry Schneider's office at the central, side entrance to the shop on Dale Street.

Larry with the car.

Larry at the wheel of his car.

Larry at work in his machine shop.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe.

Larry checks tire pressure of his car.

Larry with the car.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe.

Larry at work in his machine shop.

Larry at work in his machine shop.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe.

Larry Schneider adjusts a lathe.

Larry Schneider removing a gear from the gear-making machine and filing smooth the edges of the gears.

Larry at work in his machine shop.

Larry, wife Bonnie, and children Lara, Luke, and Tonya pose beside car.