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The death of Warren / M inv. ; Norman sc.

Major gen'l. Joseph Warren - slain at the battle of Bunker's Hill June 17th 1775 / J. Norman sc.

Major Gen'l. Rich'd. Montgomery slain in storming Quebec Dec'b'r. 31st, 1775 / J. Norman sc.

B. Franklin, L.L.D. F.R.S. - ambassador from the Congress of America to the Court of France / J. Norman sc.

His excy. Nathaniel Green, Esq., major general of the American Army / J. Norman sc.

His excy. John Hancock, Esqr., late president of the American congress / J. Norman sculp.

His excy. George Washington Esqr. captain general of all the American forces / J. Norman.

The honle. Horatio Gates, Esqr., major general in the American Army / J. Norman sc.

The honle. Henry Knox, Esqr., major general of the artillery in the American Army / J. Norman sc.

The hon'le. B. Lincoln, Esq., major general in the American Army / J. Norman sc.

[Instruction of American youth] / J. Norman sc.

Revd. Samuel Cooper D.D. / J. Norman sc.

Dr. Franklin - cœlis eripuit fulmen sceptrumque tyrannis / J. Norman sc.

Major general Warren / J. Norman sc.

[George Washington] / J. Norman sc.

Peace crowned by victory / J. Norman sc.

His excy. John Adams, esq. / J. Norman sc.

Norman's plan of New Orleans & environs, 1845.

[Medieval costumes of Central Europe: fig. 1 Queen Clotilda; fig. 2 Maid of honor; fig. 3 Frankish leader; fig. 4 Frankish warriors; fig. 5 King Clovis; fig. 6, Charlemagne; fig. 7, 8 Prince & Princess; fig. 9, 10 Noble & wife; fig. 11 Leader under Charlemagne; fig. 12 Warriors; fig. 13 Bishop; fig. 14 common people; fig. 15-18 Frankish royal family; fig. 19, 20 Plebendary & nun; fig. 21 Citizen; fig. 22, 23 Norman king & queen; fig. 24-26 Norman nobles; fig. 27, 28 Norman citizen]

Norman's plan of New Orleans & environs, 1854.

Norman's chart of the lower Mississippi River,

Abraham Lincoln to Norman B. Judd, Tuesday, November 16, 1858 (Reply to Judd's letter of November 15)

Thurlow Weed to Norman B Judd, [October] 20, 1859 (Telegram; invitation)

Abraham Lincoln to Norman B. Judd, Thursday, February 09, 1860 (Campaign strategy)

Norman B. Judd to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, August 26, 1860 (Pennsylvania politics)

Abraham Lincoln to Norman B. Judd, Sunday, February 05, 1860 (Remarks by Herndon)

Norman B. Judd to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram offering advice)

Norman B. Judd to Robert Schenck, Monday, August 13, 1860 (Invitation to speak)

Norman B. Judd to [John G. Nicolay], 1861-65 (Travel plans)

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Wednesday, March 06, 1861 (Appointments for Norman Judd and Hermann Kreismann)

Norman B. Judd to William H. Seward, Sunday, April 21, 1861 (Recommendation)

Norman B. Judd to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, December 12, 1863 (Meeting with “Mr. P.")

Williams, Hon. Jeremiah Norman of Ala. Captain of the Clayton Guards, C.S.A. later Major of the First Ala Inf. CSA

Hon. Norman B. Judd, Representative from Illinois / Engd. by G.E. Perine.

The celebrated trotting mare Lula, owned by Mr. Joseph Harker: By Alexander's Norman, dam thoroughbred

Lula: Bay Mare, by Alexander's Norman, dam by imp. Hooten

Mrs. Norman B. Judd to John Hay, Saturday, June 24, 1882 (Sends Lincoln document)

[Book room, Norman Williams Public Library, Woodstock, VT.]

[Norman Hapgood, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / Pach Bros., N.Y.

[Norman's Woe, Cape Ann, Massachusetts]

Lesna / Van Norman.

Norman Ross

Norman Angell

Norman H. Davis and wife

Norman Rockwell

Norman Mack & Wife at Denver

Norman Hapgood

Norman J. Gould

Norman E. Mack

Norman Glover shown alone and also walking with two other gentlemen

Norman Rockwell

Norman D. Nairn

Norman Hapgood

Norman Jones

Norman L. Jones

Norman Mack and Wm. J. Bryan

Norman's bldg., Mich. Agricultural College [i.e. Michigan State University], [East] Lansing, Mich.

Mrs. Norman Ditman

Norman Bell Geddes

Norman Bell Geddes

The Reef of Norman's Woe, Magnolia, Mass.

The cobbler / Geo. H. Van Norman, photographer, Springfield, Mass.

WHITAKER, NORMAN T.

DAVIS, NORMAN H., HONORABLE

Norman's Woe, Mass.

[Surf at Norman's Woe, Magnolia, Mass.]

DAVIS, NORMAN H., HONORABLE

[Surf at Norman's Woe, Magnolia, Mass.]

LIEBER, NORMAN J. GENERAL

Taft parade, Maritime Exchange Div., C.R. Norman, Marshal, New York

Steam yacht Norman

Norman Barr, Penn.

Residence, Mrs. Norman Galt, 1308 20th, [Washington, D.C.]

Woodrow Wilson, Norman E. Mack

George H. Bogart, 720 Pine Street. Market vender, 11 years of age. Tends stand for 1 year. Father owns same, Gets 25 cents per week. Norman Colt, 331 E. 7th St. Market vender, 12 years old, working for one year at stand 831 King St., vegetables. Works of own volition. Money not needed at home but wanted for spending money. Location: Wilmington, Delaware.

Norman Pruitt residence

Norman Brooks and wife

Mrs. Norman Hapgood

1. Sen. Ben Tillman, 2. John E. Osborne, 3. J.B. Sanford, 4. P.L. Hall, 5. Governor [Woodrow] Wilson, 6. Norman Mack, 7. Willard Saulsbury, 8. J.E. Davies, 9. J.R. Mountcastle, 10. Cong. Talbott

Canterbury Cathedral, Norman staircase

Mrs. Rob't Crain, Mrs. Norman E. Mack, Mrs. Tom Taggart

The vision of Joan of Arc / J. Norman Lynd (after Jules Bastien Lepage).

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. MRS. NORMAN E. MACK; MRS. WILLIAM H. TAFT; MRS. HUGH WALLACE

"Down with the bosses!" / J. Norman Lynd.

DOLLY MADISON BREAKFAST. MRS. H.D. CLAYTON; MRS. BEDELL PARKER; MRS. W.J. BRYAN; NORMAN MACK

DOLLY MADISON BREAKFAST. MRS. NORMAN E. MACK, MISS LAURA MERRIAM

Mrs. Robert Crain, Mrs. Norman E. Mack, Mrs. Tom Taggart

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. MISS RUBY TUCKER OF ARKANSAS; MRS. THOMAS TAGGART OF INDIANA; MRS. NORMAN MACK OF NEW YORK

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. NORMAN E. MACK OF BUFFALO

"The free American citizen" / J. Norman Lynd.

U.S. STEEL CORPORATION, LINDABURG, RICHARD, REAM, NORMAN B., ROBERTS, PERCIVAL, GARY, ELBERT HENRY

DOLLY MADISON BREAKFAST. MRS. H.D. CLAYTON; MRS. BEDELL PARKER; MRS. W.J. BRYAN; NORMAN MACK

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. MRS. NORMAN E. MACK; MRS. A.J. DALY OF ALASKA; MRS. THOMAS TAGGART; MISS McCARTNEY; MRS. ROBERT CRAIN

Mrs. Norman Mack, Mrs. Wm. Taft, Mrs. L.L. Francis, Mildred Aubrey

The trusts - the tariff - the nigger in the woodpile / J. Norman Lynd.

Norman Mack, Robert Crain

Urey Woodson, Norman E. Mack, Robert Crain

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. MRS. NORMAN E. MACK AND MRS. WILLIAM H. TAFT

Some of the younger boys working in Brazos Valley Cotton Mills at West. One Charlie Lott was thirteen years old according to Family Record. Another Norman Vaughn apparently twelve year old was under legal age according to one of the boys there, Calvin Caughlin who did not appear to be fifteen years old himself. These and two girls that I proved to be under legal age were all working in this small mill. It was an exceptional case, but it is likely that as the children become tired of school later in the year, there will be many more at work. Location: West, Texas.

[Norman "Nick" Cullop, Cleveland AL (baseball)]