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Lyman Spalding, 1802, Broadside of Bill of Mortality, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1801 by Lyman Spalding, M. B. &c. [Portsmouth, 1802].

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1802 by Lyman Spalding.

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1803 by Lyman Spalding, M. B. &c. [Portsmouth, 1804].

Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1805. By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth, 1806].

Lyman Spalding, 1808, Broadside of Bill of Mortality, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Bill of morality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1807. By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth 1808].

Thomas Jefferson to William Lyman, April 30, 1808

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth Newhampshire, for A. D. 1808. by Lyman Spalding. M. D. [Portsmouth 1809].

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1811 By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth 1812].

[Unidentified man, possibly Lyman Fiske, head-and-shoulders portrait, full face]

Hon. Lyman Tremain of N.Y.

Hon. Lyman Tremain of N.Y.

Rev. Lyman Beecher

Hon. Lyman Tremain of N.Y.

Rev. Lyman Beecher

Rev. Lyman Beecher

[Lyman Trumbull, Senator from Illinois, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Lyman Trumbull to John G. Nicolay, Monday, June 18, 1860 (Sends speeches)

Hon. Lyman Trumbull of Ill.

Abraham Lincoln to Lyman Trumbull, Friday, December 28, 1860 (Sends letter in reply to Duff Green)

G.H. Lyman

John M. Read to Lyman Trumbull, Tuesday, May 29, 1860 (Campaign efforts in Pennsylvania)

Abraham Lincoln to Lyman Trumbull, Friday, December 21, 1860 (Lincoln's meeting with Thurlow Weed)

Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 31, 1860 (Cameron)

Solomon Sturges to Lyman Trumbull, Monday, January 21, 1861 (Seeks recognition of Liberia)

Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, August 31, 1861 (Recommendation)

Charles Durkee and Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 08, 1861 (Recommendation)

Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, August 10, 1861 (Recommendation)

Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, July 09, 1861 (Meeting with Fremont)

Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 10, 1862 (Introduction)

George Blagden to John Williams, Friday, July 08, 1864 (Case of Lyman C. Reed)

George D. Lyman to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, July 19, 1864 (Cover letter)

J. C. Ayer & Co. to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 29, 1864 (Lyman D. Stickney)

Lyman B. Todd to Abraham Lincoln, November 30 [1864] (Introduction)

Lyman Tremain to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 30, 1864 (Letter on behalf of Rufus Andrews)

Trumbull, Hon. Lyman of Ill

Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 09, 1865 (Sends General Banks' statement to Judiciary Committee)

Trumbull, Lyman (Attorney)

... For Congress Theodore Lyman ... To the voters of the Ninth Congressional district. [Boston, 1884].

Lyman Pike, Jr., in front of his dugout north of Jefferson Post Office on the Middle Loup River, Nebraska.

Lyman Pike, Jr., north of Jefferson Post Office on the Middle Loup River, Nebraska

A moving scene

[Str. Lyman Smith]

[Dwight Lyman Moody, bust portrait, facing front]

Capt. Lyman Kimball and wife

Walter Lyman Brown

Lyman D. Davies U.S. Marshall of Ohio-Mont Reilly, PresÆt State League

[Freighter Lyman C. Smith]

Lyman J. Gage, portrait bust

Lyman

S.S. B. Lyman Smith

WILBUR, LYMAN DOCTOR

Str. Lyman C. Smith, broadside, before the launch

[Str. Lyman C. Smith, in the slip]

Str. Lyman C. Smith, stern view before the launch

Logging in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.: Boom Shingle Bolts and Bolt Puncher [man standing on boards across stream, guiding logs coming down ramp into stream], Skagit River, Near Lyman, Wash.

Dr. Lyman Abbott

Advance forager, Forrest Cavalry Corps, Boston, Lyman

Dr. Lyman G. Barton, Jr. -- Dr. Goodhue

Hard work and dangerous. This "river-boy" Lyman Frugia, poles the heavy logs into the incline that takes them to the mill. It is not only hard work, but he is exposed to all kinds of weather, and is dangerous too. Said he is fourteen years old and has worked here several months. Gets $1.00 a day. Miller and Vidor Lumber Company. This was the only mill I found around Beaumont that employed boys - likely because they are located some distance from town. Location: Beaumont, Texas.

Lyman Powell

Joel Baggs he sez, sez he: Spring's in sight, sumbudy's seen a robin, nd Nick Lyman got two seed catylogues in last night's mail

John Grant Lyman

KELLOGG, VERNON LYMAN. ZOOLOGIST AND AUTHOR; CHAIRMAN, RECONSTRUCTION PROBLEMS COMMITTEE OF NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL

KELLOGG, VERNON LYMAN. ZOOLOGIST AND AUTHOR; CHAIRMAN, RECONSTRUCTION PROBLEMS COMMITTEE OF NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL

Henry J. Lyman, The Duke of Kahoho

Mrs. Fred [...] Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Kendall

New U.S. Commissioner of Pensions assumes post at Interior Department. The new Commissioner of Pensions of the Department of Interior, Earl D. Church of Hartford, Conn. received a hearty greeting from Secretary of the Interior Ray Lyman Wilbur, as he assumed his new post today. In the photograph, left to right: Rep. E.H. Fenn of Connecticut; Commissioner E.D. Church; Secretary Wilbur; and Senator Hiram Bingham of Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lyman Wilbur at Girl Scout House

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lyman Wilbur at Girl Scout House

Ray Lyman Wilbur, [3/5/29]

Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Ray Lyman Wilbur as they appeared at the White House for the New Years reception

Wins horse show honors. Warrenton, Va. Mrs A.K.B. Lyman, wife of Major Lyman, won the International course over eight fences without wings at the Warrenton horse show friday. 10/12/35

Explaining New Deal. From the left, W. Dale Clark of Omaha; Lyman E. Wakefield, of Minneapolis, and Thomas R. Preston, Chattanooga, all directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, photographed at the luncheon which interrupted the "explaining" of the New Deal by Chamber Directors. It was emphasized that the Directors were not "denouncing" the New Deal, merely "explaining"

Wins horse show honors. Warrenton, Va. Mrs A.K.B. Lyman, wife of Major Lyman, won the International course over eight fences without wings at the Warrenton horse show friday. 101235

Lyman Bryson, famous forum leader, will discuss "Are we done with democracy?" at Roosevelt High 8th year of Des Moines Public Forum / / designed and produced by Iowa Art Program WPA.

Lyman Brewster, part owner. Quarter Circle 'U' Ranch, Montana

Mr. Andrew Lyman, Polish FSA (Farm Security Administration) client and tobacco farmer near Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Dr. Lyman Chalkley, Industrial Economic Consultant to Chemical Section, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lyman, Polish tobacco farmers near Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Rounding up cattle during first stages of snow blizzard. Lyman County South Dakota

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Rounding up cattle during the first stages of blizzard. Lyman County, South Dakota

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lyman, Polish tobacco farmers near Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Riding out to bring the cattle. First stages of snow blizzard. Lyman County South Dakota

Potatoes and corn also grown on the farm of Andrew Lyman, Polish tobacco farmer and FSA (Farm Security Administration) client near Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Horses in snowstorm. Lyman County, South Dakota

Mr. Andrew Lyman, Polish FSA (Farm Security Administration) client and tobacco farmer near Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lyman, Polish tobacco farmers near Windsor Locks, Connecticut

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