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James Madison to Thomas Mann Randolph, January 13, 1789. Clipping from Virginia Independent Chronicle, January 28, 1789.

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., July 25, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., May 9, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., November 24, 1791, Mutilated

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, February 19, 1791, Mutilated and Incomplete

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, June 5, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., October 19, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., July 11, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Mann Page, November 19, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., June 29, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Mann Page, December 8, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., August 25, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., December 20, 1793

Mary Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., January 13, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., July 7, 1793

American Philosophical Society to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., May 5, 1794, Certificate

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., June 29, 1797

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., March 23, 1797

Thomas Jefferson to Mann Page, March 6, 1798, Partly Illegible

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., December 4, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., October 30, 1799

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., February 26, 1799

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., January 28, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., March 9, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., March 7, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., June 4, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., November 22, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., November 25, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., February 3, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., June 3, 1803, with Note from N. P. Trist Dated April 5, 1864

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., December 19, 1803

Zachery Mann to Robert Purviance, October 3, 1805. Receipt.

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., July 13, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., February 19, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., February 23, 1808

Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr. to Cornelia Randolph, July 28, 1820

Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr. to Thomas Jefferson, January 31, 1822

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., February 3, 1822

Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., 1826, Memorandum on Acquisitions

James Madison to Mann Butler, October 11, 1834.

A voice for the Erie canal. A protest against the election of Preston King and Abijah Mann, Jr., and the Herkimer canal policy -- Speech of Samuel B. Ruggles, at the Whig convention, held in New York, on the 23d inst. [1837?].

Col. Wm. D. Mann, 7th Mich. Cav.

Col. Wm. D. Mann, 7th Mich. Cav.

Abraham Lincoln to Mary Mann, Tuesday, April 05, 1864 (Petition urging Lincoln to free slave children)

[Theophilus Mann of Company G, 1st (Farinholt's) Virginia Infantry Battalion Reserves, with pistol and knife]

Tract no. 1, plat of Wm. T. Mann, 1,147 A. patent : according to patent calls, corrected by lat. & dep.

Plat of lands lying between Mann's and Kenney's Creeks in Fayette Co., West Virginia, owned by Echols, Bell & Catlette, January 1880.

[Fred Mann, St. Louis Browns, baseball card portrait]

[Interior of Parker Mann house, Washington, D.C. - room filled with paintings]

Parker Mann's studio

Mann, Thomas, 1856-1941, head and shoulders, (4), an English socialist

Duchess of Rutland & Harrington Mann

Gen. W.A. Mann & Capt. Coulter

Gen. W.A. Mann & Col Simpson

Adm. v. Rebeur-Paschwitz, Capt. Ritter v. Mann

Josef Mann

Gen. W.A. Mann

Horace Mann statue, State House grounds, Boston, Mass.

Capt. Ritter von Mann of "Moltke"; Admiral Count von Mann

A.R. Mann & Family

Gen. W.A. Mann

Gen. W.A. Mann

Tom Mann

Duchess of Rutland & Harrington Mann

Gov. Mann

Josef Mann

Col. W.D. Mann

W.P. Chrysler & W.M. Mann

Gen. W.A. Mann

H.B. Mann, Kan.

Interior views, Iowa Odd Fellows' Orphans' Home, Mason City, Iowa / Chas. E. Mann Co.

MANN, CHARLES R. DOCTOR

MANN, EDWARD C. HONORABLE

MANN, W.A., GENERAL

Hon. Jas. R. Mann

Champ Clark & Jas. R. Mann

James Robert Mann, 1856-1922

Champ Clark & Jas. R. Mann

MANN, JAMES R., REPRESENTATIVE

Gov. Wilson, Mrs. Wilson, and Mrs. and Gov. Mann

MANN, JAMES R., REPRESENTATIVE

Gov. Mann & staff

Woodrow Wilson & Gov Mann

Woodrow Wilson & Gov Mann

MANN, JAMES R., REPRESENTATIVE

Group of boys working in Friedman Shelby Shoe Co., 6:30 A.M. The youngest, Vehnie Hughes, said he was 12 years old and had been working one year. Others are Hobson Waters, Elmer Behan, Ora Mann, Layman McMurtrie. Each gets $3 a week. Location: Mexico, Missouri.

Manuel Joson [i.e., Jason], on left of picture, 58 First Street, Ward 5. 18 years old. Mann Jacintho in centre of picture, 1 South Front Street, 15 years old. Witness - R.K. Conant. Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

[President Taft speaking at Manassas Court House--Governor William H. Mann to Taft's right]

Speaker Clark and Minority leader Mann

DOLLY MADISON BREAKFAST. MRS. WILLIAM F. DENNIS; MRS. CHASE RIKER; MRS. MANN BARKER

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. GERMAN OFFICERS AT NAVY DEPT., JUNE 5. CAPT. J.L. JAUNE; ADM. PASCHWITZ; UNIDENT.; CAPT. MANN

MANN, JAMES R. REP. FROM ILLINOIS, 1897-1922. PLANTING TREE AT CAPITOL

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. GERMAN OFFICERS AT NAVY DEPT., JUNE 5. CAPT. J.L. JAUNE; ADM. PASCHWITZ; UNIDENT.; CAPT. MANN

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. REPUBLICANS. STANDING: BARCHFELD OF PENNSYLVANIA; WINSLOW OF MASSACHUSETTS; DICK AUSTIN OF TENNESSEE; UNIDENTIFIED; J.R. MANN OF ILLINOIS; UNIDENTIFIED. SEATED: KALANIANAOLE OF HAWAII; C.B. MILLER OF MINNESOTA; UNIDENTIFIED

MANN, JAMES R. REP. FROM ILLINOIS, 1897-1922

MANN, JAMES R. REP. FROM ILLINOIS, 1897-1922

Col. Mann [and] Col. L. Clem

MANN, JAMES R. REP. FROM ILLINOIS, 1897-1922. WITH SENATOR PENROSE

Jas. R. Mann

J.J. Erwig -- Ed. Renz -- John Gallagher and B. Mann

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