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Moore, no date, Sweetest Love (poem)

To His Excellency Sr. Henry Moore, Bart., captain general and governour in chief in & over the province of New York & the territories depending thereon in America, chancellor & vice admiral of the same, this plan of the city of New York is most humbly inscribed /

To His Excellency Sr. Henry Moore, Bart., captain general and governour in chief, in & over the Province of New York & the territories depending thereon in America, chancellor & vice admiral of the same. This plan of the city of New York, is most humbly inscribed,

Plat of the partition of Moore & Beckley survey of 170,038 a. in the counties of Giles & Logan, Virginia.

Thomas Jefferson to Henry Moore, June 12, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Moore, August 5, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Moore, August 9, 1801

Thomas Moor [i.e., Moore], July 1804

Tom Moor [i.e., Moore], 1804

James F. Moore & Co. to Jackson & Hutchings, April 8, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Joshua I. Moore, September 19, 1805

Albert Gallatin to Thomas Moore, September 9, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Moore, October 28, 1807

[Mrs.] Robert Moore to Andrew Jackson, July 22, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Moore, May 21, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Moore, April 14, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Moore, May 1, 1807

Thomas Moore to Thomas Jefferson, January 22, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Kerr, Moore, and Williams, August 6, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to William Moore, et al, October 18, 1808

Alfred Moore, 1755-1810

Andrew Jackson to William Moore et al., June 15, 1826

Melancholy! How are the mightly fallen." [letter to Tom Moore regarding the execution of Duff Green] Washington, August 4th, 1829.

The phantom ship from legendary ballads by Thomas Moore, arranged for one or three voices by Henry R. Bishop / lith. of Endicott, N.Y.

View of Worcester, Mass. taken from Union Hill / P. Anderson del. ; on stone by R. Cooke ; T. Moore's Lithography, Boston.

Andrew Jackson to Moore & Adams, May 21, 1842

Christmas Carol. The visit of Saint Nicholas. Written by Prof.C. C. Moore. Philadelphia. Issued by John M. Wolff, stationer [1842].

[James Moore Wayne, half-length portrait, facing slightly left]

"Moore's Vacancy" : [Washington D.C.] /

Capt. H. Moore, U.S.A.

Resumption of the fast express train Through to Pittsburg in 13 hours. Summer arrangement over the great Penna. Central rail road, for Pittsburg ... Thos. Moore. Agent. Pennsylvania railroad company. May 1856. New York Booth & M'Naughton, Steam

L. Burlingame to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, September 24, 1859 (Family legal matters [request by Matilda Moore])

[Sydenham Moore, Representative from Alabama, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Clifton H. Moore to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 17, 1860

Hon. Eliakim Hastings Moore of Ohio

Burial of Sir John Moore. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 Chatham St. N. Y. [c. 1860]

Andrew B. Moore, war governor of Ala.

Clifton H. Moore to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 14, 1860 (Congratulations)

Lt. Col. Stephen Moore NYNG

Nettie is no more. Composed by John Benjamin, and sung by H. Greenwood at the Chatham Theatre. Air: Nettie Moore. H. De Marsan, 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y

Nettie is no more. By John Benjamin. Air--Nettie Moore. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham St., N. Y. [c. 1860]

Clifton H. Moore and John W. Moore to Abraham Lincoln or David Davis, Tuesday, November 06, 1860 (Telegram reporting election results)

[Sergeant Cornelius V. Moore of Company B, 100th New York Volunteers, a sergeant of 39th Illinois Regiment, a corporal of 106th New York Volunteers, and a private of the 11th Vermont Regiment in camp scene poses in front of painted backdrop showing military camp]

[Brothers Private William Savage Moore and Private John C. Moore of Richmond "Parker" Virginia Light Artillery Battery, 1st Company Howitzers Virginia Light Artillery Battery, and I Company, 15th Virginia Infantry Regiment, in early Richmond depot shell jackets]

[Letter from Cornelius V. Moore to Henry Moore]

[Envelope from Cornelius V. Moore to Henry A. Moore, 191 West Street, New York City, N.Y., care of Mr. Geo. Gwyer, postmarked Richmond, Virginia]

[Private Henry Augustus Moore of Co. F, 15th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, with artillery short sword and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South!]

[Sergeant Cornelius V. Moore of Company B, 100th New York Volunteers, a sergeant of 39th Illinois Regiment, a corporal of 106th New York Volunteers, and a private of the 11th Vermont Regiment holding bayoneted musket] / R. A. Lord, 164 Chatham Street (158 old number), New York.

J. J. Moore / F. Gutekunst, photographer, 704 & 706 Arch St., Philada[delphia].

The Moore House, near Yorktown, Va., showing effect of fire from Confederate batteries

Moore to Edward S. Sanford, Wednesday, November 05, 1862 (Telegram reporting Illinois election results)

To the people of Louisiana. A proper supply of arms is the great want of the state of Louisiana and of the Confederate states ... [Signed by] Tho. O. Moore. Governor. [New Orleans, 1862].

Yorktown, Virginia. Moore house where Lord Cornwallis the capitulation

Moore Hospital (Confederate) Main Street, Richmond, Va., April, 1865

Waddell, Hon. Alfred Moore of N.C. Delegate to Constitutional Union National Convention at Baltimore - 1860 (Bell & Everett) Lt. Col. of 3rd Cavalry, 41st N.C. Inf.

Hon. Alfred Moore Scales of N.C. C.S.A. General

[Certificate to discharge Cornelius V. Moore from Company B, 100th New York Volunteers]

Scales, Hon. Alfred Moore, Rep of N.C. Presidential elector on Democratic ticket of Breckinridge and Lane, 1860 (General in CSA)

Moore, L.D. Register of Treasury

Moore, Hon. W. D. of Miss. ?

William G. Moore to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, January 25, 1865 (Sends pass)

Moore, Capt. John M. U.S.N.

Scales, Hon. Alfred Moore, Rep of N.C. Presidential elector on Democratic ticket of Breckinridge and Lane, 1860 (General in CSA)

Moore's Lake - head of Bear River, Uintah Mountains

Map of the route of B'vt. Maj. A. Moore's scout, April 11th to June 12th 1869 /

Slavery in Massachusetts. Letter from Mr. Moore. To the editor of the Historical magazine. ... George H. Moore. New York: April 24, 1869.

Trotting stallion Tom Moore driven by Danl. Mace: sired by Hambletonian dam by Townsend Mare raised by John Minchin Goshen Orange County, N.Y.

Fischer's own--Bliss Moore & Co., Chicago / Donaldson & Elmes Steam Lith., Cin. O.

Brown, Westhead, Moore, & Co's exhibit

Map showing location lot no. 10 of Moore & Beckley patent, Raleigh Co., W. Va. (10,000 a. included).

Moore & Beckly [i.e. Beckley] patent, lot no. 10, Atlantic & North Western R.R. land.

William Moore, Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

Mr. Moore, Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

Frank Moore, Sargent, north Custer County, Nebraska.

George Moore

The "forecaster" that runs the bureau

Statesburg and her church. The following are copies of two interesting old documents found among the family archives of the late Col. John B. Moore of Statesburg, S. C. and through the courtesy of his son, Mr. J. Singleton Moore of Sumter, S. C.

The "forecaster" that runs the bureau

Rob't. Moore

Wm. H. Hackenberg, Pa. & Zibat. Moore, Pa.

Moore

J. Hampton Moore

J. Hampton Moore

Gov. Moore & Capt. Geo. Fried

A.P. Moore

Willis L. Moore

Col. Dan T. Moore

Willis J. Moore

Maybell Meek and Gladys Moore of "Midnight Sons", posing together on ball field during newsboys benefit

A.P. Moore

Mary Moore

Mrs. Philip N. Moore

Mayor Moore in his office

Loghran, Moore, Bialis, Donovan, Kaskey, ewtraw, Steinmetz

Gov. Moore on PRES. ROOSEVELT

Maj. C.B. Moore and wife

Mrs. Philip N. Moore

Willis Moore

Gov. A. Harry Moore & wife

John B. Moore