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A spinner in the Mollahan Mills, Newberry, S.C. Dec. 3/08. Witness, Sara R. Hine. Location: Newberry, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Frank F. Gibson, 1305 Linden St. Western Union Telegraph Co. Messenger No. 7. 14 years of age. 1 year in service. Visits houses of prostitution. Guides soldiers to segregated district. Smokes. Still at school and works from 8:30 P.M. to 12:30 A.M. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Louis [i.e. Lewis] W. Hine, May, 1910.

A general map of the middle British colonies in America, viz. Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pensilvania, New-Jersey, New York, Connecticut & Rhode-Island: of Aquanishuonigy the country of the confederate Indians comprehending Aquanishuonigy proper, their places of residence, Ohio & Thuchsochruntie their deer hunting countries, Couchsachrage & Skaniadarade their beaver hunting countries, of the Lakes Erie, Ontario and Champlain. Wherein is also shewn the antient & present seats of the Indian nations. Carefully copied from the original published at Philadelphia, by Mr. Lewis Evans.

Copy of a survey return'd by Mr. Sam Lewis, surveyor of Botetourt Coun[t]y. Surveyed for George Washington 2950 acres of land (by virtue of a warrant for 5,000 acres granted by His Excellency the Governor to said Washington agreeable to His Majesty proclamatiom issued in the year 1763) lying in the county of Botetourt on the n.e. side of the Great Kanhaway about a mile and half above the mouth of Cole River, joining the upper end of the Poketillico survey ... Novemr. 6th, 1774.

A map of the middle British colonies in North America. First published by Lewis Evans, of Philadelphia, in 1755; and since corrected and improved, as also extended, with the addition of New England, and bordering parts of Canada; from actual surveys now lying at the Board of Trade.

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia ... By order of Major General Arnold. Lewis Nicola, T. N. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken 1777].

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia ... By order of Major General Arnold. Lewis Nicola, T. N. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken 1777].

Lewis Robert Morris to Thomas Jefferson, January 31, 1783

Articles of agreement between John Lewis, James Wilkinson, and Abner Martin Dunn

Agreement between John Lewis and James Wilkinson for locating land

John Donelson to Lewis Robards, March 13, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas Lewis, April 22, 1786

Nicholas Lewis to James Madison, November 26, 1786.

Lewis Littlepage to Thomas Jefferson, January 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis Littlepage, October 10, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis Littlepage, August 12, 1787

The Treaty of Commerce or New coalition / G.R., delint. ; Lewis 16, fecit.

Thomas Jefferson to Francis Lewis, May 1, 1788

Nicholas Lewis to James Madison, January 9, 1789.

Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas Lewis, May 3, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas Lewis, June 11, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas Lewis, June 13, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to William Lewis, April 5, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Lilburne Lewis, June 4, 1793

An act to authorize the settlement of the accounts of Lewis Garanger, for military services during the late war ... 1793, January 2d- Passed the House of representatives. [Philadelphia] Printed by John Fenno [1793].

Lewis Mordecai, April 11, 1793, U.S. Bank Draft

... An act to authorize the President of the United States to lay, regulate and revoke embargoes ... [Followed by] An act to authorize the settlement of the account of Lewis Dubois, for his services in the late army of the United States. [Philad

Thomas Jefferson, October 13, 1797, Lewis Littlepage Note, Incomplete

[Lewis Robert Morris, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile]

Thomas Jefferson to James Lewis, Jr., May 9, 1798

[Map of Missouri River and vicinity from Saint Charles, Missouri, to Mandan villages of North Dakota : used by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in their 1804 expedition up Missouri River].

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, March 31, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Lewis, Sr., January 24, 1801

James P. Preston to Meriwether Lewis, September 28, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, February 23, 1801

John Newman to Meriwether Lewis, August 10, 1801

Thomas Jefferson, November 1802, Account with M. Lewis

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis Geanty, January 23, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, April 23, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, July 15, 1803

Meriwether Lewis to Thomas Jefferson, July 22, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, May 16, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis Harvie, March 17, 1803, Partly Illegible

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, April 27, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis Harvie, May 28, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, July 11, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis Harvie, April 22, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, April 30, 1803

[Lewis and Clark map, with annotations in brown ink by Meriwether Lewis, tracing showing the Mississippi, the Missouri for a short distance above Kansas, Lakes Michigan, Superior, and Winnipeg, and the country onwards to the Pacific].

Meriwether Lewis

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, January 13, 1804

Thomas Jefferson to Reuben Lewis, January 4, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Morgan Lewis, May 2, 1806

Message from the President of the United States communicating discoveries made by ...Captains Lewis & Clark...Feb. 19, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, August 8, 1807

A map of the discoveries of Capt. Lewis & Clark from the Rockey Mountain and the River Lewis to the Cap of Disappointement or the Coloumbia River at the north Pacific Ocean /

Supplement to the Republican crisis.-- April 13, 1807. The faction unveiled. To the independent republican electors of the State of New-York, Fellow-Citizens. The enemies of Governor Lewis have with unceasing malignity and unblushing impudence,

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis Cook and Jacob Francis, May 5, 1808, of the St. Regis Indians

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis, August 16, 1809

Captain Lewis & Clark holding a council with the Indians

Captain Lewis shooting an Indian

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson, November 21, 1813

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, February 17, 1814

John Coffee to William Berkeley Lewis, September 25, 1814

A map of Lewis and Clark's track, across the western portion of North America from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /

A map of Lewis and Clark's track across the western portion of North America, from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /

R-l advice / Lewis Marks del.

An altercation concerning r-l wives, &c / Lewis Marks del.

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson, May 14, 1815

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson, December 6, 1816

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, December 27, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis Williams, February 18, 1820

Marmion for sale. This desirable and airy situation, in King-George county, Virginia, will be for sale on Wednesday the twenty-ninth of March, on the premises to the highest bidder ... G. Lewis. Marmion, Feb. 26, 1820. Fredericksburg. Printed by

James Madison to Lewis A. Tarascon, July 24, 1824.

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, February 14, 1825

John Henry Eaton to William Berkeley Lewis, August 8, 1828

Thomas Ritcher to William Berkeley Lewis, September 16, 1828

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, June 18, 1829

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, April 7, 1829

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, November 13, 1829

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson, September 8, 1829

Andrew Jackson to Lewis Veron & Co, November 13, 1829

Yours very sincerely Lewis P. Clover

William Berkeley Lewis, April 13, 1830

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, April 1, 1830

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, May 28, 1830

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, May 24, 1830

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, April 1, 1830

William Berkeley Lewis to Michael Anthony Giusta, July 6, 1831

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, April 4, 1831

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, July 19, 1831

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, May 26, 1831

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, December 9, 1831

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, July 5, 1832

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, December 26, 1832

Lewis Cass to Andrew Jackson, November 22, 1833

Lewis Cass / engraved by T.B. Welch from a drawing by J.B. Longacre.

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, June 21, 1833

Washington Steam Packet Company to William Berkeley Lewis, December 20, 1834

100 dollars reward. Ran away from the subscriber, living near Charlestown, Jefferson County, Virginia, on the night of the 4th instant two negro men Robert & Lewis ... John Lock. October 6, 1834. Charlestown: Printed at the Virginia Free Press O

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