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Brigade orders, First brigade, Ninth division, Ohio militia. Head quarters, Paines-ville. July 22, 1824.

Brigade orders. First brigade. Ninth division Ohio militia. Head quarters. Paines-ville. May 30, 1825.

Members of the Perseverance fire company, of Washington - for 1840. Gideon printer, Ninth street.

Abraham Lincoln, November 1858 (List of Votes by County, Illinois Ninth Congressional District, 1856 and 1858)

Literary club. Ninth anniversary October 29th, 1858 ... Cincinnati Gazette Co. Print. [1858].

Illinois 9th Congressional District, November 1858 (Statement of the vote of Ninth Congressional District for the President in 1856 and Congressman in 1858)

Ninth Massachusetts Infantry Camp near Washington, D.C., 1861

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with saxhorn] / Photographed by Thomas Smith, 142 and 144 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia.

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with drum] / Photographed by Thomas Smith, 142 and 144 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia.

The seige of Petersburg - Burying the dead before Cemetery Hill under a flag of truce after the repulse of the Ninth Army Corps

New York City - The Orange Riot of July 12th - view on Eighth Avenue looking from Twenty-Fifth Street [...]ard the Grand Opera House - dispersal of the mob by the Ninth, Eighty-Fourth and other regiments

New York City--The sewing-room at A.T. Stewart's, between Ninth and Tenth Streets, Broadway and Fourth Avenue / Hyde.

Ninth annual convention of the National woman suffrage association at Lincoln Hall, 9th and S sts. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 16th and 17th, day and evening ... [Washington, D. C. 1883].

... For Congress Theodore Lyman ... To the voters of the Ninth Congressional district. [Boston, 1884].

Ninth U.S. Cavalry: Dismount!

Troop A, Ninth U.S. Cavalry - Famous Indian fighters

Ninth U.S. Cavalry: Troop A - famous Indian fighters [on horseback]

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Ninth Station / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Troop A, Ninth U.S. Cavalry - famous Indian fighters

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Ninth Station

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Ninth Station of the Cross.

[Ninth annual race meeting, the Berkshire Hunt, Lenox, Mass.]

The Ninth Cavalry of Colored Troops, heroes of San Juan, inaugural parade, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1905

Ninth U.S. Infantry in Camp, in the court of the Forbidden City, Peking, China

Ninth & Phillips Ave. after the storm, 1909, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.

The Leader Theater, 507 Ninth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

[Third International Pageant of Pulchritude and Ninth Annual Bathing Girl Revue, view with arms up, Galveston, Texas]

Third International Pageant of Pulchritude and Ninth Annual Bathing Girl Revue, June 3, 4, 5, 1928, Galveston, Texas

[Signing birthday greetings to Marie Dressler, November Ninth, Nineteen Thirty-Three]

Youth forums Leader E.W. Balduf of Des Moines Public Forums at the Y.W.C.A. Ninth & High Street.

PRESIDENT PRESENTS AWARD TO WINNER OF GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 16. WINNER IN THE NINTH ANNUAL GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST ON THE SUBJECT 'ACHIEVEMENTS OF WILLIAM CRAWFORD GORGAS AND THEIR RELATION TO OUR HEALTH,' MISS FRANCES BABIN IS PICTURED RECEIVING THE HENRY L. DOHERTY FIRST PRIZE OF $500 FOR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. MISS BABIN IS A MEMBER OF THE 1938 GRADUATING CLASS OF SOUTH SIDE HIGH SCHOOL, MEMPHIS, TN. L TO R: MRS. HENRY L. DOHERTY, MISS BABIN, AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

Nightclub on Ninth Street, Washington, D.C.

Ninth grade dancing Virginia reel at May Day-Health Day festivities. Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

Ninth Street amusement. Washington, D.C.

Saturday afternoon on Ninth Street. Washington, D.C.

Lieutenant Robert "Rocky" Byrnes (in the plane), twenty-six, Saint Louis, Missouri, flying with the Sixty-fourth Squadron of the Fifty-seventy Fighter Group is seen here as he landed after destroying three ME-109's. The Fifty-seventh United States Fighter Group of the Ninth Air Force destroyed seventy-four enemy planes in the same action. Lieutenant Byrnes now has four enemy fighter planes to his credit. He was a pro baseball player with Cincy farm system before the war. Captain Carl A. Nelson, Los Angeles, California, intelligence agen for Sixty-fourth, getting details of Byrnes' part in action

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Bomber crews of the United States Army Ninth Air Force are given a chalk talk before they take off on a mission over Axis Territory. These are some of the heavy bonber groups which are disrupting Axis shipping in the Mediterranean. Giving the blackboard talk is Major Frank W. Delong, squadron commander.

New York, New York. Looking north from the Ninth Street station on the Third Avenue elevated railway as a train leaves on the local track

An Allied airbase somewhere in Nothern Africa. Four American airmen of the Bombardment Group, United States Army, Ninth Air Force, take just enough time out to receive their citations while their bonber is being refueled. They are shown as they lined up beside their B-24 just before General Auby C. Strickland made the awards. Left to right: Lieutenant Lorey H. Woods, pilot, 1381 Worton Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio; Staff Sergeant Steve E. Rambert, twenty-one, gunner, 2321 North Parkade, Chicago Illinois; Technical Sergeant Wallace Armstrong, nineteen, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 3515 Simon Avenue; Lieutenant Albert P. Miska, navigator bombardier, twenty-five, 449 Compton Avenue, Perth Amboy, New Jersey

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Lieutenant Milton Marx of New York City, attached to the Public Relations Office of the United States Army Ninth Air Force, does some painting in the streets of Tripoli. In civilian life Marx is a commercial artist

These four members of the crew of "Snow White" a B-24 bomber, of the United States Army Ninth Air Force, have completed 300 hours combat time in the same bomber they brought to the Mediterranean theater from America. Under the protecting wing of Snow White are (left to right) Technical Sergeant John A. Harkell, Captain Rolo C. Lawrence, Sargeant George A. Brunnell and Sergeant Kermit E. Gregory

Brigade Genera Auby C. Strickland of the United States Army Ninth Air Force gets his shoes shined in Tripoli

Lieutenant Milton Marx of New York City, attached to the Public Relations Office of the United States Army Ninth Air Force, does some painting in the streets of Tripoli. In civilian life Marx is a commercial artist

The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia. Ninth hole

Statues and sculpture over the door of the gallery of House chamber, U.S. Capitol. Louis the Ninth medallion II

Statues and sculpture over the door of the gallery of House chamber, U.S. Capitol. Louis the Ninth medallion I

Statues and sculpture over the door of the gallery of House chamber, U.S. Capitol. Gregory the Ninth medallion II

Statues and sculpture over the door of the gallery of House chamber, U.S. Capitol. Gregory the Ninth medallion I

Barber Shop damaged by Hurricane Katrina, 2005, located in Ninth Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana

Barber Shop located in Ninth Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana, damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005

Oil painting "Gateway Center from Ninth Street Bridge" at U.S. Courthouse and Post Office, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Fuse Detonater Magazine, 166 feet South of Ninth Avenue; 2500 feet East of D Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

Altoona Gymnasium, Lexington Avenue & Ninth Street, Altoona, Blair County, PA

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, General Purpose Warehouse, 1980 feet South of Ninth Avenue; 3230 feet East of D Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, General Purpose Warehouse, 3300 feet South of Ninth Avenue; 3350 feet East of D Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

2709 Ninth Avenue (House), Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Soulard Mansion, 1249 South Ninth Street, Saint Louis, Independent City, MO

Ninth Street Northwest, 500 Block (Commercial Buildings), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Fort McCoy, Building No. T-1099, South of South Ninth Avenue, in Southeast Quadrant of Hospital Area, Block 10, Sparta, Monroe County, WI

778 North Ninth Street (Cottage), Richmond, Independent City, VA

Haupt Truss Bridge, 1300 Ninth Avenue, Railroaders' Memorial Museum, Altoona, Blair County, PA

Fort McCoy, Building No. T-1096, South side of South Ninth Avenue, Block 10, Sparta, Monroe County, WI

Pittsburgh High School for the Creative & Performing Arts, 111 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Twelfth Street Car Shops, Erecting Shop No. 3, Ninth Avenue at Twelfth Street, Altoona, Blair County, PA

Adolphus Meier House, Ninth & Bremen Avenue, Saint Louis, Independent City, MO

616 Ninth Street Northwest (Commercial Building), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Fort McCoy, Building No. T-1068, North side of South Ninth Avenue, Block 10, Sparta, Monroe County, WI

Mickey's Diner, 36 West Ninth Street, Saint Paul, Ramsey County, MN

Washington Hose Company No. 10, 35 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

W. S. Hostler House, 1303 Ninth Street, Altoona, Blair County, PA

University of Nevada (Site Plan), Evans, Virginia & Ninth Street, Reno, Washoe County, NV

National institute. The ninth meeting will be held on Monday morning, the 8th of April, at 11 o'clock, in the Unitarian church, near the City Hall. Exercise for the Ninth meeting ... Exercises for the tenth meeting .... [Washington, D. C. n. d.]

John Warwick Daniel Statue, Park Avenue between Floyd & Ninth Streets, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

1117 Ninth Avenue (Commercial), 1117 Ninth Avenue, Altoona, Blair County, PA

Craddock-Terry Shoe Company, Ninth & Jefferson Streets, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Area B, Building 7, Engineering Shops Office, Southeast corner of Ninth & C Streets, Dayton, Montgomery County, OH

Wilton Depot, Ninth Street, Calera, Shelby County, AL

Former New York Mayor and Mrs. Walker, callers at White House. Washington, D.C., July 19. "I wouldn't accept the Democratic nomination for Mayor of New York City for anything", former Mayor Jimmy Walker, told newsmen today as he emerged from a conference with President Roosevelt. Accompanied by Mrs. Walker the former Mayor said he did not talk politics with the president but discussed a Hudson River Bridge project--a $150,000,000 railroad freight project across the Hudson River at 57th Street combined with low-rent housing project along Ninth and Tenth Avenues, 7/19/37

Alice MacDonald House, 1305 Ninth Street, Altoona, Blair County, PA

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Water Tower, 1660 feet south of Ninth Avenue; 2500 feet east of D Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

305 Ninth Street Northwest (Commercial Building), Square 408, Lot 815, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Mallinckrodt House, 3524 North Ninth Street, Saint Louis, Independent City, MO

28 Ninth Street, Northeast (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

By Wall & Barnard, auctioneers, Corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth street. Large and peremptory sale of an elegant assortment of ladies & gentlemen's furs, sleigh robes, &c. &c. at auction on Tuesday morning, December 3 ... Wall & Barnard,

First Presbyterian Church, Ninth & Court Streets, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Sarin Storage Building, 3320 feet South of Ninth Avenue; 30 feet East of Road NS-4, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

Benjamin Whitman House, Ninth & Peach Streets, Erie, Erie County, PA

Alcoa-New Kensington Works, Ninth Street to Sixteenth Street, adjacent to Allegheny River, New Kensington, Westmoreland County, PA

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, General Purpose Warehouse, 1800 feet South of Ninth Avenue; 3150 feet East of D Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

172 Ninth Street (House), Lucerne Mines, Indiana County, PA

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Cooling Tower, 3500 feet South of Ninth Avenue; 470 feet East of Road Northwest-4, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

618 Ninth Street Northwest (Commercial Building), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

1879 Building, Jefferson Street between Eighth & Ninth Streets, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Norfolk & Western Freight Depot, Ninth & Eleventh Streets at bank of James River, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Lynchburg National Bank, Ninth & Main Streets, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Submerged Quench Incinerator, 3940 feet South of Ninth Avenue; 930 feet West of Road NS-4, Commerce City, Adams County, CO