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Thomas Jefferson to Quin Morton, February 24, 1809

Gov. Morton's grand march

Sheriff's office. Philadelphia. June 28, 1844 Sir:- In the present excited state of popular feeling, it is possible that some accidental cause may produce disturbance on the approaching anniversary of our national indepedence ... Morton Mc Micha

[John P. Morton, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the left]

$100 reward! Ranaway on the 27th of September last, from the farm of the Hon. Jeremiah Morton, to whom he was hired, in the county of Orange, near Racc on Ford, my negro man Osborne! ... Robert O. Grayson. Stevensburg, Culpeper Co., Va.,

Hon. Morton Smith Wilkinson of Minn.

Hon. Morton Smith Wilkinson of Minn.

Hon. Morton Smith Wilkinson of Minnesota

Hon. Morton Craig Hunter of Ind.

Hon. Oliver P. Morton of Ind

The charge of Captain May at the Battle of Resaca de la Palma / Designed by Jno. L. Morton ; Engd. by H.S. Sadd.

Hon. Morton Craig Hunter of Ind.

Hon. Morton Smith Wilkinson of Minn

Sir Morton B. Howell / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Lt. Col. L. Morton

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 14, 1861 (Recommendation for John Defrees)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 06, 1861 (Telegram regarding military preparations)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, September 26, 1861 (Introduction)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 09, 1861 (Telegram regarding appointment of Catholic chaplains)

[Corporal John Morton Booker of Co. I, 23rd Virginia Infantry Regiment, in uniform with Bowie knife, flintlock pistol, and tin drum canteen with his name on it]

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 15, 1861 (Forwards resolution)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, July 23, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 23, 1861 (Introduction)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 22, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 30, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Oliver P. Morton to Thomas A. Scott, Wednesday, September 25, 1861 (Telegram requesting arms)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, September 21, 1861 (Telegram regarding military situation in Indiana)

Morton McMichael and John W. Forney to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 08, 1862 (Telegram concerning affairs in Philadelphia)

Rebel prisoners, Camp Morton, Indianapolis

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, June 25, 1862 (Cover letter)

O.P. Morton, Gov. of Indiana

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 15, 1862 (Telegram reporting Indiana election results)

Oliver P. Morton, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, July 10, 1862 (Telegram recommending conscription)

James K. Moorhead to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 04, 1862 (Telegram concerning speech made by Governor Morton)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 16, 1864 (Telegram in reply to Lincoln's request for election results)

Morton McMichael to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 03, 1864 (Introduction)

Oliver P. Morton, Thursday, January 14, 1864 (Printed circular)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln and Edwin M. Stanton, Thursday, October 13, 1864 (Telegram regarding vote of Indiana soldiers)

Petersburg, Virginia. Federal line near Fort Morton

Hunter, Hon. Morton Craig of Ind.

Morton, Hon. Oliver Hazard Perry T. of Ind. Gov. of Ind. in 1861

Morton, Hon. Oliver Hazard Perry T. of Ind. War Gov. of Ind.

Morton, Hon. Levy Parsons of N.Y. (Vice Pres. Ben Harrison Admn.)

Hunter, Hon. Morton Craig of Ind. (with Sherman on March to the Sea)

Hunter, Hon. Morton Craig of Ind. Presidential elector on the Republican ticket of Lincoln and Hamlin in 1860

Morton, Hon. Levi Parsons of N.Y. Rep., Vice Pres of U.S.

Morton McMichael to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 13, 1865 (Telegram concerning national day of thanksgiving)

Morton, Hon. Oliver Hazard Perry T. of Ind. Senator. Gov. of Ind.

Hon. Morton Craig Hunter of Ind.

McLean & Co's great boot & shoe sale! ... Boston. Geo. F. Downes, Plain and ornamental steam job printer. 15 Morton Place. [1869].

Hon. Oliver P. Morton of Indiana

Morton, Hon Oliver P. Gov. of Ind.

Morton, Hon. Oliver P. of Ind.

A nautical comedy

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Professor Morton, January 31, 1880

Bird's eye view of Mandan, Dak., county seat of Morton Co. 1883.

An address to cutters, tailors and others engaged in the manufacture of clothing and cloaks ... Vote for Harrison and Morton and protection to American industries ... New York: Press of De Leeuw & Oppenheimer. [1888].

A fable ... Harrison & Morton are in favor of a protective tariff in its fullest sense. President Cleveland is not! Consult your own interests and choose between them ... H. K. Thurber. [n. p. 1888].

Levi P. Morton, Republican candidate for vice-president

Vice-president Morton and wife

Sir Henry Morton Stanley, 1841-1904

Mrs. [Grover] Cleveland and ladies of the cabinet. Mrs. Richard Olney, Mrs. Walter Quinton Gresham, Mrs. Lamont, Mrs. Wm. Bissell, Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs. Hoke Smith, Mrs. John Griffin Carlisle, and Miss Morton

A long lead

Cadmus and the dragon's teeth

Geo. W. Lederer's Belle of New York the rage of two continents : book by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustav Kerker.

Graham and Morton Line docks, Chicago

Dr. Rosalie S. Morton, Anne Morgan

Geo. W. Lederer's Belle of New York the rage of two continents : book by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustav Kerker.

Digby Morton, Phila. Boy Scout, and U.S. Jackies at "Eagle" hut in London

Jacob Litt's production of Caleb West a dramatization of F. Hopkinson Smith's beautiful story of New England sea-folk by Michael Morton.

[Mrs. Perez Morton, head-and-shoulders portrait]

Geo. W. Lederer's Belle of New York the rage of two continents : book by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustav Kerker.

HOWELL, J. MORTON. DOCTOR

HOWELL, J. MORTON. DOCTOR

L.P. Morton, portrait bust, Pach Bros., N.Y. / Pach Bros.

Paul Morton, seated, Pach Bros., N.Y / Pach Bros.

Miss Helen Morton of Chicago, Wash. Horse Show, 1914

MORTON, LEVI PARSONS. REP. FROM NEW YORK, 1879-1881; U.S. MINISTER TO FRANCE, 1881- 1885; VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1889-1893; GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK, 1895-1907

MORTON, MISS HELEN. HORSE SHOW.

MORTON, MISS HELEN. HORSE SHOW

Mrs. Robert Morton, Chairman of Wyoming Branch of National Woman's Party

[Guy Morton, Sr., Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Guy Morton, Sr., Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Guy Morton, Sr., Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Guy Morton, Sr., Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Guy Morton, Sr., Cleveland AL (baseball)]

[Guy Morton Sr., Cleveland AL (baseball)]

Morton D. Hull of Ill.

Morton, Cleveland, 1924

Members of Ill. congressional delegation who urged Pres. Coolidge to appoint Rep. Wm. J. Graham for Judge of Court of Appeals for D.C. to succeed the late C.H. Smyth. Left to rt.: E.J. King, F.H. Funk, W.E. Hull, W.P. Holaday, Fred A. Britten, Martin B. Madden, E.W. Sproul, Morton D. Hull, and Richard Yates

Porter Adams, Baron deCartier, Ward T. Van Arman, Walter W. Morton, 3/26/27

Porter Adams, Baron deCartier, Ward T. Van Arman, Walter W. Morton, 3/26/27

Congressman on Job for [...] Special Session of Congress, Members of the weaker sex were strongly represented when the special session of Congress opened at the Capitol today. Seven of the eight Congresswomen are shown in this picture made today with only Rep. Katherine Langley, of Kentucky, missing. In the front row, left to right: Rep. Pearl P. Oldfield, Arkansas; Rep. Mary T. Morton, New Jersey; Rep. Ruth Baker Pratt, New York; Back row, left to right: Rep. Ruth Bryan Owen, Florida; Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers, Massachusetts; and Rep. Florence Kahn, California

Bankers and drought relief plans. Twelve drought-stricken states sent representatives, most of them well known bankers, to confer with President Hoover and his relief committee to discuss plans for extending financial aid to farmers. Secretary of Agriculture Hyde is in the center of the photograph. Others are: Clyde Henedricks, Alabama; J.H. Stanley, Arkansas; Elmer Stout, Indiana; Melvin A. Traylor, Illinois; Byron A. Limbecker, Kansas; Nicholas Desker, Kentucky; Dr. D. Hoss, Virginia; Morton Frentis, Maryland; Arnold G. Stifel, Missouri; Edward A. Seiter, Tennessee; F.H. Fugus, Texas; Fred A. Scott. Virginia; F.D. Drumholler, West Virginia; Charles Reiman, Federal Reserve Bank; Hugh S. Mackey, manager, International Credit Bank; and members of the President's drought relief committee [White House, Washington, D.C.]

LYTLE, MORTON H. MIDSHIPMAN. PORTRAIT

[Portrait of Nesuhi Ertegun, Adele Girard, Joe Marsala, Zutty Singleton, Max Kaminsky, Ahmet M. Ertegun, Sadi Coylin, and Benny Morton(?), Turkish Embassy, Washington, D.C., between 1938 and 1948]

Wm. R. Morton

CITATION FOR ADMIRAL YARNELL. WASHINGTON, D.C. AUGUST 28. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY CONFERRED UPON ADMIRAL HARRY E. YARNELL THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL AND A CITATION FOR EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, TACT AND DEVOTION IN PROTECTING AMERICAN INTERESTS DURING THE CHINESE EMERGENCY. HIS CONDUCT OF AFFAIRES IN THE FAR EAST HAS RECEIVED COMMENDATIONS FROM THE NATIONALS AND MILITARY OF OTHER NATIONS AS WELL. SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ARE,FRONT: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, ADMIRAL HARRY E. YARNELL; BACK: ACTING SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, CHARLES EDISON; ADMIRAL HAROLD R. STARK, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS; CAPTAIN MORTON L. DEYO; AND COMMANDER LELAND P. LOVETTE

[Portrait of Tommy Potter, Max Kaminsky, Benny Morton, Zutty Singleton, Adele Girard, Teddy Wilson, and Joe Marsala, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., ca. 1939]

"The Walkers Club." Eight U.S. airmen in China who were forced down behind the Japanese lines. After a period of eight weeks and many narrow escapes of contacts with enemy patrols, they reached their bases. Left to right, standing: Major Grant Mahoney, Vallejo, California; Colonel Bruce Hollaway, Knoxville, Tennessee; Captain J.O. Wellborn, Daingerfield, Texas; Lieutenant C.C. Moody, Blytheville, Arkansas; Kneeling: Lieutenant Morton Sher, Greenville, South Carolina; Lieutenant C.C. Vaughn, Pearsall, Texas; Lieutenant R. Durell, Scarbrough, Hudson, New York; Lieutenant M.D. Marks, Bayonne, New Jersey

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