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James Maury to James Madison, July 10, 1786.

Thomas Jefferson to James Maury, July 2, 1787

Fontaine Maury to James Madison, June 14, 1789.

James Maury to James Madison, February 13, 1790.

Fontaine Maury to James Madison, May 26, 1790.

Thomas Jefferson to James Maury, August 30, 1791

James Maury to James Madison, May 26, 1792.

Thomas Jefferson to James Maury, September 12, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to James Maury, November 21, 1807

Maury County Citizens to John Coffee, December 20, 1813

William Maury to James Madison, September 16, 1818. Maury & Latham, Extract.

Fontaine Maury to James Madison, February 14, 1819.

James Maury, September 28, 1821. List of weight and value for tobacco.

William Maury to James Madison, October 6, 1821. Maury & Latham.

William Maury to James Madison, November 1, 1821. Maury & Latham.

William Maury to James Madison, October 31, 1821. Maury & Latham, Account

Andrew Jackson to Fountaine Maury, March 16, 1822

Fontaine Maury to Andrew Jackson, March 5, 1822

Fontaine Maury to Andrew Jackson, March 24, 1822

Fontaine Maury to Andrew Jackson, June 5, 1822

Maury & Latham to James Madison, June 16, 1829.

Maury & Latham, May 30, 1829. Monthly Tobacco Report.

James Madison to James Maury, September, 1831.

Circular. "United States fiscal department." To professional gentlemen, officers in the various branches of the public service, claimants, and others "immediately interested in the practical administration of the government." ... Taylor & Maury,

The public schools and John W. Maury ... [Signed] Justice. [Washington] June 3, 1852,.

The mayoralty. The charge having been made that J. W. Maury, Esq., has proved himself by his course in the Board of Aldermen unfriendly to our public schools, it is deemed proper at this time, to published the following act, providing for the es

Gen. D.H. Maury

Gen. D.H. Maury

Commander M.F. Maury, C.S.N.

Gen. D.H. Maury

Commander M.F. Maury, C.S.N.

[Dabney Herndon Maury, 1822-1900; head and shoulders, facing left; in Confederate officer's uniform]

Map of Maury Co., Tennessee : from new and actual surveys /

Gorod Kirillov. Vid s gory Maury, [Rossiĭskai︠a︡ imperii︠a︡]

Maury School group, [Washington, D.C.]

MAURY, MATTHEW FONTAINE, U.S.N.

MAURY, MATTHEW FONTAINE, U.S.N.

Maury, 3310 Macomb, [Washington, D.C.]

Maury Apt., 19 & G, [Washington, D.C.]

Capt. Royden Williamson & Mrs. J. Maury Dove, [6/6/26]

Rarin' to go. These members of Congress don't want to waste any time buying railroad tickets after Congress adjourns. Here they are at the Capitol ticket office buying what it takes to get away from Washington quickly From the left, Representative Maury Mavrick, of Tex.; J. Burwood Daly of Pa.; Samuel B. Hill of Wash., and Theodore L. Moritz of Pa., 8/24/35

Rep. Maury Maverick. Determined [...] Rep. Maury Maverick, D.of Tex., was one of the determined witnesses who offered opinions regarding the practices of utility holding companies in their lobby activities in connection with the recent Utility "death sentence"

Rep. Maury Maverick, Dr. Ernest Gruening, Rep. Edw. G. Moran

[Maury Maverick, left]

Nearly unseated [...] Rep. Maury [Laverick?] D. of Tex., who told the House Lobbying Com. Tuesday how he almost fell out of his chair when he [...] of the much discussed "[...] vote" elaborates to Rep. John E. Rankin, D.of Miss., who says congress should not adjourns now or at Christmas time. 7/6/35

[Maury Maverick at desk]

[Maury Maverick]

Maury Maverick

[Maury Maverick]

Maury Maverick

[Maury Maverick at desk]

[Harold Ickes, center; Maury Maverick, right]

[Maury Maverick]

[Maury Maverick at desk]

[Maury Maverick]

Buying tickets at Capitol, left to right: Maury Maverick, Tex.; Knute Hill, Wash; John M. Huston

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. General entrance facade, 11 a.m.

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Stable group

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Living room, to fireplace

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Playroom

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Library

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. House from distance

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. General entrance facade, 1 p.m.

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Chimney and rear over garden

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Staircase from 2nd floor

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Entrance hall

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Entrance yard

Maury Gate, Carter House, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Living room, to hall

Maury Gate, Carter House, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama

Maury Gate, Carter House, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama

C. Maury Jones, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Entrance detail, sharp

Mr. Maury Maverick

Mr. Maury Maverick, Chief, State and Local Government Requirements Branch, Division of Civilian Supply, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Mr. Maury Maverick, Chief, State and Local Government Requirements Branch, Division of Civilian Supply, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Mr. Maury Maverick, Chief, State and Local Government Requirements Branch, Division of Civilian Supply, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Maury Maverick

Maury Maverick

Jarrett White, architect. Copy of drawing of Maury Planetarium

Texas Solon leaves for Roosevelt's pow-wow. Annapolis, MD. June 25. Rep. Maury Maverick, of Texas was the first to board the boat for Jefferson Island today enroute to attend the President's party and confab for Democratic members of Congress. The diminutive Texan is shown being instructed in the use of the life preserver by two Bluejackets. 6/25/37

Capt. Royden Williamson & Mrs. J. Maury Dove, 6/6/26

Texas Solon goes back to studies. Washington, D.C., Nov. 27. Rep. Maury Maverick, Democrat of Texas, went back to his classes at St. Mary's University during the recent recess of Congress, studying economics and government. The honor roll just released from the University at San Antonio showed the fiery legislator as one of sixteen students to win a place on the roll for the first half of the fall team. 11/27/37

Texas Solon believes in comfort. Washington, D.C., July 30. Rep. Maury Maverick, Democrat of Texas, combats the Washington weather by shedding his coat while working in his office on Capitol Hill. Just now the fiery Texan is advocating a sweeping investigation of the entire government relief set-up. As investigators he wants a commission to be named by the president and containing representative citizens as well as lawmakers, 7/30/37

Fiery San Antonio mayor testifies before House Judiciary Subcommittee. Washington,D.C., March 6. Former representative and Mayor of San Antonio, Maury Maverick was back in familiar territory today when he appeared before a House Judiciary Committee to urge abolishment of the poll tax in elections for federal office. He told the committee "The poll tax makes The South a sort of piece-meal fractional democracy," 3-6-40

Congressional children broadcast. Cong. Kids, NBC, 4/16/38 Temilita Maverick & Mrs. Maury Maverick

Pro and con. Washington, D.C., March 28. Fiery Rep. Maury Maverick (right) of Texas, today started a House revolt against Senate Majority Leader Barkley's resolution for an investigation of the Tennessee Valley Authority. He declared the Senate resolution is the foundation for a "purge trial" to get rid of Dr. Arthur E. Morgan, deposed Chairman of the T.W.A. Rep. Andrew J. May, (left) Democrat of Kentucky, is warmly supporting the resolution for an investigation, 3/28/38

Covered Bridge, Spanning Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Thomas Jefferson to James Maury, April 25, 1812

Thomas Jefferson to James Maury, April 25, 1812

Thomas Jefferson to James Maury, April 25, 1812

Thomas Jefferson to James Maury, April 25, 1812

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to Thomas Jefferson, September 9, 1815

James Maury to Thomas Jefferson, September 9, 1815

James Maury to Thomas Jefferson, September 9, 1815

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