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Philip II letter, 1578 Dec. 2.

Thomas Jefferson, June 21, 1790, Estimated Costs of Proposed United States Diplomatic Missions

Meeting in behalf of the American board of commissioners for foreign missions, in Park Street Church, May 29, 1845.

Missionary map of the Hawaiian or Sandwich Islands, from the latest and best authorities

Mission Dolores / Lith. & publ. by Quirot & Co., corner California and Montgomery Sts., S. Francisco.

U.S. Reports: United States v. Ritchie, 58 U.S. (17 How.) 525 (1855)

U.S. Reports: The United States v. Cruz Cervantes, 59 U.S. (18 How.) 553 (1856)

[French naval expedition to the Indo-Chinese archipelago: Catholic mission at Toumhai]

[Design drawing for stained glass window with text "Patron Saint of the Catholic Missions"]

California life illustrated

U.S. Reports: United States v. Carey Jones, 68 U.S. (1 Wall.) 766 (1864)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Workman, 68 U.S. (1 Wall.) 745 (1864)

California. Old Spanish "Mission San José," Alameda County

Interior view of church of San Xavier

Mission of San Xavier del Bec [i.e., Bac], side view

Mission of Tumacacori

Mission of Tumacacori - man in foreground

Mission house and collegiate Church of the Merciful Saviour, Santee Ag., Neb. photographed and published by S.J. Morrow, Yankton, Dakota

Front view of San Xavier del Bec [i.e., Bac]

Front view of San Xavier del Bec [i.e., Bac]

Christmas card--A gift to the members of the Foreign Missionary Box Association of the Protestant Episcopal Church

The present chapel of San Juan Capistrano

The Mission, Santa Barbara, Cal. / Reed, photo.

Map of missions in China.

Mission San Fernando

San Gabriel Mission, No. 2 by Louis K. Harlow

San Juan Capistrano Mission, No. 2

Old Mission, San Diego by Louis K. Harlow

Mission Dolores, San Francisco by Louis K. Harlow

Santa Barbara Mission, No. 2 by Louis K. Harlow

Carmel Mission, Monterey by Louis K. Harlow

Santa Barbara Mission, garden scene Louis K. Harlow

San Luis Rey Mission, No. 2, Oceanside by Louis K. Harlow

Lambs for the fold--Branch school of the American Mission, Assiout, Egypt

Mission San Miguel

Old Mission, Madeline Island, Bayfield in distance

Old Mission, Madeline Island, Bayfield in distance

Mission San Antonio, general view

Mission Santa Inez

Mission Dolores, San Francisco, Cal.

Old Mission, Madeline Island, Bayfield in distance

Mission San Antonio

Old Mission, Madeline Island, Bayfield in distance

Mission of San Juan Capistrano

Brother Odoricus, Mission Santa Barbara, California

Mission of Santa Barbara, outer corridors

Mission of Santa Barbara, Mission fathers at the fountain

Mission of San Gabriel

Mission of San Gabriel

Mission of San Juan Capistrano

Mission of Santa Barbara, Mission fathers at the fountain

Mission of Santa Barbara, the garden

Mission of Santa Barbara, outer corridors

Mission Santa Barbara, California

Mission of San Gabriel

Mission of Santa Barbara, the cemetery

Mission of Santa Barbara, the garden

Mission of San Gabriel

Mission of Santa Barbara, the cemetery

Allied missions at Vladivostock

Episcopal Station on the Koyukuk River, the farthest north mission in Alaska

St. John's Episcopal Mission

As the heathen see us - a meeting of the Chinese Foreign Missions Society

Children from Holy Cross Mission

Children of Holy Cross Mission

[Santa Barbara mission with fountain, Calif.]

Our foreign missions;-- an embarrassment of riches for the heathen / Dalrymple.

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions group

Glimpses of California and the missions,

San Xavier Mission, Tucson, Arizona

A pleasant retreat from the world - gardens of the old Santa Barbara Mission, California

Missionary map of the world showing prevailing religions of its various nations and the central stations of all Protestant missionary societies

The crucifix, a sign of suffering and sacrifice, among nature's luxuriant beauties, Santa Barbara Mission, California

Reminders of things which have passed away - tomb and ruined gate, old Santa Barbara Mission, California

[Facade of mission, Santa Barbara, California]

Muni : Guinea Continental Espańola /

In the sacred gardens, Santa Barbara, Cal., U.S.A

San Gabriel Mission, Southern California, U.S.A

Mission San Diego, California

Puck's inventions / Ehrhart.

The picturesque old Spanish mission of San Gabriel, California

The gospel according to "St. John" / Keppler.

The Old Mission Church of Monterey, Built by the Franciscan Fathers, California

Picturesque walls of the historic San Gabriel Mission, California, U.S.A

Picturesque old Mission (founded 1786) Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A

A reminder of Spanish rule - quaint Santa Barbara Mission, California, U.S.A

Interior of the old Spanish mission, Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A.

Mission San Buenaventura de Cochiti, New Mexico

Quaint arched bell tower of San Gabriel Mission, California, U.S.A

Chimes of San Gabriel Mission, San Gabriel, Cal

San Fernando Mission

San Juan Capistrano Mission

First site of Mission Santa Clara

San Juan Capistrano Mission after a painting by Chris Jorgensen

Free coffee at Bowery Mission for unemployed

San Gabriel Mission near Pasadena, Cal.

[Mission, Santa Barbara, California]

Mission, Santa Barbara, California

St. James Mission and Reading Room

Carmel Mission near Monterey, Cal.

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