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Thomas Jefferson, 1780, Instructions for Serving at Mail Station under William Galvan

The mail dilly. For the accomodation of the public

Post Office, 1791, Mail Carrier Contracts

Thomas Jefferson to Philadelphia Post Office Mail Route, March 13, 1799, Memorandum

Joseph Ireland, July 24, 1801, Note on Mail Packet to Thomas Jefferson

Post Office, July 20, 1806, Schedule of Mail Deliveries from Washington, D.C. to New Orleans

Transportation of the mail on the Sabbath. In the Senate of the United States, January 19, 1829 ... Mr. Johnson of Kentucky made the following report .... [Frankfort? Ky., 1829].

New method of assorting the mail, as practised by Southern slave-holders, or attack on the Post Office, Charleston, S.C.

Great Southern mail route from New York to N. Orleans! Through in 71/2 days. Via Washington City and Richmond, and the Chesapeake Bay and James River lines, to Charleston, Augusta, and Atlanta, Geo. Notasulga and Montgomery, Ala ... W. B. Wiley,

Daily line to the South! Sundays excepted, Carrying the Great Central U. S. Mail. Schedule ... T. Shepperd, Agent. Baltimore, August 25, 1847. Murphy Printer, 178 Market Street, Baltimore.

To Southern travellers! Spring, Summer and Fall arrangement of the great southern mail line! Via Washington City, S. C. Direct to New Orleans ... Stockton & Falls. E. F. Krebs, Agent. Baltimore, July, 1847. Murphy Print, 178 Market Street, Balti

Summer arrangement! Daily line to the South carrying the great central U. S. Mail to Norfolk, Portsmouth and lower parts of Virginia & North Carolina. Schedule. Leaving Spear's wharf, Baltimore daily, (except Sundays,) at 4 o'clock, B. M. ... T.

Royal mail steam ship, Europe

U.S. mail steam ship Pacific: Collins line, builders, hull by Brown & Bell N.Y. engines by Allaire Works N.Y.

U.S. mail steam ship, Atlantic: Collins line. builders, hull by Wm. H. Brown N.Y.--engines, by Stillman Allen & Co. Novelty Works N.Y.

The great pictorial romance of the age, or, steam ship commodores & United States mail contractors

U.S. mail steam ship Baltic: Collins line. builders, hull by Brown & Bell N.Y. engines by Allaire Works N.Y.

United States mail steam ship "Pacific"

View of the U.S. Mail Steamship Company's premises, Aspinwall, N.G.

To southern travellers! Spring & summer arrangement of the great southern mail line!! Direct to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, via Washington City, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Petersburg to Weldon, Raleigh, Wilmington. N.C. Charleston, S. C

Original air line and United States mail route! 1857. Spring arrangement. 1857. St. Louis, Alton and Chicago railroad. The only direct route from Chicago or Joliet to St. Louis Kansas and Nebraska ... [Chicago? Ill.] 1857.

Special notice. Royal Mail Through Line

Great western & south-western mail route to Cleveland Pittsburg, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville, Terre Haute, Lafayette, St. Louis and all points south and west The following lines and magnificent low pressure steamers form a nig

Post office, Boston. Winter mail arrangements ... Nahum Capen, Postmaster. Boston, November 16, 1857. J. P. Plumer, printer.

1857. New and important arrangement. Royal Mail through line for Kingston, Cobourg, Port Hope,...

We have read the memorial to Congress of several New York firms against any further extension of facilities to United States ocean mail steamers, and deem it not inappropriate to offer a few remarks on the subject for the consideration of Congre

Post office. Boston, Summer mail arrangements ... Nahum Capen, postmaster Boston, May 10, 1858. J. P. Plumer, printer.

Memorial of Henry O'Rielly concerning military roads or "stockade routes," for protecting travellers and settlers, facilitating mail and telegraph communications through vast interior territories, and rendering the United States independent of t

Map of the United States west of the Mississippi showing the routes to Pike's Peak, overland mail route to California and Pacific rail road surveys. To which are added the new state & territorial boundaires, the principal mail & rail road routes with all the arrangements & corrections made by Congress up to the date of its issue.

Lloyd's American railroad map of the United States, showing the three proposed roads and the overland mail route to the Pacific,

Express--the mail boat between Washington and the army hd.qts. City Pt.

Quartermasters Tugboat Sykes, carrying mail off Mobile

Post office, Boston. Winter mail arrangements ... John G. Palfrey, postmaster. Boston, Nov. 1, 1861.

Post office, Boston. Winter mail arrangements (corrected monthly) ... John G. Palfrey, postmaster. Boston, Dec. 1, 1861.

Post Office, Boston. Summer mail arrangements ... John G. Palfrey, postmaster. Boston, May 1, 1861.

Post office, Boston. Winter mail arrangements ... John G. Palfrey, postmaster. Boston, Jan. 1, 1862.

Post office. Boston. Summer mail arrangements (Corrected quarterly.) ... John G. Palfrey, postmaster. Boston, June 9, 1862.

The Pacific Mail Company's steamer "Golden Gate," burned at sea July 27, 1862 The United States Infantry burning the house of the Rebel Ruffin under the guns of the United States gun-boat "Mahaska" / / sketched by an officer of the "Mahaska."

U.S Mail boat dock, Harrison's Landing, James River, Va.--Floating houses of the contrabands erected on the freight boats, etc.

J. B. Gough. Presentation of a silver cup. The Boston young ladies' total abstinence society will give an entertainment at the Tremont Temple! on this Wednesday evening Oct. 23d ... [Boston] Mail steam press. [1862].

Falmouth, Virginia. Mail wagon for headquarters, Army of the Potomac

Post office Boston ... Winter mail arrangements ... John G. Palfrey, Postmaster. Boston, Nov. 16, 1863.

Post Office. Boston ... Summer mail arrangements ... Boston, July 13, 1863.

Post office, Boston ... Summer mail arrangements ... Boston, May 4, 1863.

The JACKAL TENDER and boats going to meet the American mail steamer at Roche's Point, near Queenstown, [Ireland]

Mail wagon of 2d Army Corps

Chapin, Hon. Chester Wm. of Mass. (early mail contractor, running post coaches and steamboats) (Pres of Boston & Albany R.R.)

Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Works, Benicia, Solano County, Maretinez in the distance

Map of part of the United States exhibiting the principal mail routes west of the Mississippi River.

Louisville railroad & mail steamer timetable. [Cincinnati, O. c. 1872].

[Ottoman weapons, chain mail and other armor]

Railway postal diagram of the state of Ohio prepared for the use of the Railway Mail Service by W. L. Nicholson, Topographer of the Post Office Dept.

U.S. Reports: Cotzhausen v. Nazro, 107 U.S. 215 (1883)

Railway postal diagram of the state of Wisconsin prepared for the use of the Railway Mail Service; W. L. Nicholson, Topographer P.O. Dept.

The Railway mail service - methods of distributing and delivering the mail / from sketches by a staff artist.

Mail orderlies of all nations at Hampton Roads

["Konig Albert," dining room, second class, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

U.S. mail steamer "Clara", Charlotte Harbor

["Grosser Kurfurst," dining room, first class, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

["Grosser Kurfurst," forward passage, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

[Mail carrier, Puerto Rico]

["Konig Albert," Promenade Deck, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers"

["Grosser Kurfurst," Promenade Deck, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

["Maria Theresia," smoking cabin, first class, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

Soldier of the Royal Guard. Ancient dress not yet entirely obsolete - Coat & helmet are lined with a mail of hard leather - & studded with iron buttons

["Konig Albert," smoking cabin, second class, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

Mail orderlies

["Konig Albert," staircase, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

["Grosser Kurfurst," Ladies' cabin, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers]

["Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse," smoking cabin, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

["Maria Theresia," Promenade Deck, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

U.S. Reports: Allgeyer v. Louisana, 165 U.S. 578 (1897)

Galbraith's railway mail service maps, Iowa.

Galbraith's railway mail service maps, Michigan.

Galbraith's railway mail service maps, Kansas.

Galbraith's railway mail service maps, Illinois.

Galbraith's railway mail service maps, Indiana.

Galbraith's railway mail service maps, Nebraska.

Fast mail, Northern Pacific R. R. /

Galbraith's railway mail service maps, Minnesota.

Galbraith's railway mail service maps, Missouri.

[2nd Division grade school pupils examining mail box, Washington, D.C.]

Map of the all American Route showing proposed railroad and U.S. Government Mail Road to the Yukon; issued by Central Alaska Transportation & Trading Co.; compiled by B. F. Millard and Emil Mahlo, Topographical Engineer, U.S. Alaska Exploration Expedition Capt. W.A. Abercrombie, U.S.A. Commanding.

Mail chute from Lusitania

[Mail str. Uncle Sam, Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.]

At start of plane mail service

U.S. mail -- Paris to Coblenz

U.S. Mail Wagon Automobile

Tug receiving mail and pilots for New York

Seward and Susitna mail team

Putting mail into chute, Lusitania

Mail 'plane

Horses pulling U.S. Mail sled

[Marine post office delivering mail, Detroit, Mich.]

E.D. Mail, M.P.

Tug receiving mail and pilots for New York

Erick Johnson with U.S. mail team

Los Angeles [woman] mail carrier

Mail received on Post Office boat

Mail train approaching Gasset's [i.e. Gassetts], Vt.

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