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Advertisement. Whereas there was an advertisement in the Boston News Letter the 4th & 11th days of this instant October, giving notice to the subscribers in the partnership for circulating bills or notes, founded on land-security, for meeting on

Notes sur les environs de York: Plan donné par des arpenteurs du pays.

Notes sur les environs de York.

The two circulars, ornamented with notes. John W. Taylor's circular, General M'Arthur's circular and Notes by Philo-Taylor. Washington City June 1824.

Map of the Mammoth Cave : Accompanied with notes /

A new map of Iowa : accompanied with notes by W. Barrows /

Notice the directors of the Medina County Fire insurance company, have levied the following assessments upon the premium notes of the members of said Company, to wit ... which notes of the assessments are made payable September 15, 1849. ... Med

Notes on public subjects made during a tour in the United States and in Canada /

Notes on public subjects made during a tour in the United States and in Canada /

Highland Co. & notes at foot of North Mt.

Merchants' and bankers' table giving the required number of stamps on foreign exchange and domestic bills, promissory notes and letters of credit, in accordance with the act of Congress, to take effect on the 1st of November, 1862. New York. Wm.

Post office department. Sir: You are directed to receive from Postmasters, on deposit, for the service of the Post Office department all treasury notes of the old issue, at part, for balances due from them to the Confederate states, up to and in

Loss of U. S. 7-30 treasury notes with coupons and U S. Coupon bonds. Taken from the First national bank of St. Albans, Vt., by raiders, on the 19th of October, 1864, the following 7-30 treasury notes and U. S. 5-20 bonds, together with all coup

Stamp duties on notes, &c. and foreign exchange, as amended and to take effect on and after August 1st, 1864 ... New York 1864.

U.S. Reports: Ewing v. Howard, 74 U.S. (7 Wall.) 499 (1869)

The undersigned, having unusual facilities for collecting over-due claims, respectfully offer their services for obtaining payment of accounts, notes, and all forms of indebtedness, upon which legal services are necessary ... Derby & Williamson,

The following notice has been sent to all bankers and brokers on this continent. United States notes, series of 1869. Two thousand notes, of ten dollars each, From No. H3,530,001*, to No. H 3,532,000* both inclusive, were stolen from the Treasur

Map of Coahoma County in the state of Mississippi : taken from the original field notes, personal survey & actual observations /

U.S. Reports: Wyman v. Wallace, 201 U.S. 230 (1906)

Ofc. of Comptroller. Committee checking daily destruction of National Bank notes

A.D.T. boy, 13 years old. 1 1/2 years at it; works from noon till 10:30 P.M. Said he "carries notes, etc." Location: Burlington, Vermont.

A.D.T. Boy, 13 years old. One and one-half years at it. Works from noon to 10:30 P.M. Said he "carries notes, etc." Location: Burlington, Vermont.

Comparison of Baptisimal Record and Age Certificate of Stanley Letuvinak (American name, Thomas Long). Born according to baptismal record May 10, 1897; date of birth given in age certificate was June 10, 1893, in order to make him 14 years of age. He was killed by falling from a breaker at Wanamie, Pa., when only 10 years of age. The Coroner's Jury, said in its report, "We find said company not responsible for the accident as they held affidavit from his father that he was 14 and the boy was away from his work when the accident occurred." (See also notes from Coroner's Docket, 1910 report of L.W. Hine.) Location: [Pennsylvania]

Preston De Costa, fifteen year old messenger #3 for Bellevue Messenger Service. I ran across him and took photos while he was carrying notes back and forth between a prostitute in jail and a pimp in the Red Light district. He had read all the notes and knew all about the correspondence. He was a fine grained adolescent boy. Has been delivering message and drugs in the Red Light for six months and knows the ropes thoroughly. "A lot of these girls are my regular customers. I carry 'em messages and get 'em drinks, drugs, etc. Also go to the bank with money for them. If a fellow treats 'em right, they'll call him by number and give him all their work. I got a box full of photos I took of these girls - some of 'em I took in their room." Works until 11:00 P.M. Location: San Antonio, Texas

Preston De Costa, fifteen year old messenger #3 for Bellevue Messenger Service. I ran across him and took photos while he was carrying notes back and forth between a prostitute in jail and a pimp in the Red Light district. He had read all the notes and knew all about the correspondence. He was a fine grained adolescent boy. Has been delivering message and drugs in the Red Light for six months and knows the ropes thoroughly. "A lot of these girls are my regular customers. I carry 'em messages and get 'em drinks, drugs, etc. Also go to the bank with money for them. If a fellow treats 'em right, they'll call him by number and give him all their work. I got a box full of photos I took of these girls - some of 'em I took in their room." Works until 11:00 P.M. Location: San Antonio, Texas.

Preston DeCosta [i.e., De Costa?], fifteen year old messenger #3 for Bellevue Messenger Service. I ran across him and took photos while he was carrying notes back and forth between a prostitute in jail and a pimp in the Red Light. He had read all the notes and knew all about the correspondence. He was a fine grained adolescent boy. Has been delivering message and drugs in the Red Light for 6 months and knows the ropes thoroughly. "A lot of these girls are my regular customers. I carry 'em messages and get 'em drinks, drugs, etc. Also go to the bank with money for 'em. If a fellow treats 'em right, they'll call him by number and give him all their work. I got a box full of photos I took of these girls - some of 'em I took in their room." Works until 11:00 P.M. Location: San Antonio, Texas.

Indian Field School. [Div. 3.] See Kentucky notes. Location: Clark County, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

"Beats the Arctic ice and snow" so said Mr. Polar Bear at the Washington Zoo, when the "Better Ole" club orchestra, assisted by Dolly Daye, dancer, tried their wildest notes and dances in front of Bruno's cage. True to form, Mrs. Bruno developed a streak of jealousy and refused to watch the performance. Music may "soothe the savage beast" but Bruno's chief interest was centered on the little lady ...

U.S. Reports: Tower Mills v. United States, 270 U.S. 375 (1926)

Refreshments concession inside the Norris visitors' building (compare with notes on K 1867). In the design of such facilities the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) wanted to demonstrate simple, clean, efficient arrangements which at the time were not known or appreciated in the valley

New radio meteorograph developed for the U.S. Navy. Washington, D.C., June 9. The National Bureau of Standards has recently developed for the U.S. Navy Meteorological Service a new radio meteorograph. The new instrument (shown in the picture) is sent up on a 5-Foot balloon and is expected to replace the use of airplanes in upper-air meteorological surroundings. E.G. Lapham, Associate Physicist of the bureau, is shown assembling the new meteorograph in preperation for an ascent. The device transmits audio notes which are a function of temperature and humidity. These notes are interrupted at approximately each 10-millibar increment in pressure, thus identifying each temperature and humidity indication with its respective increment of altitude, 6/9/37

New radio meteorograph developed for the U.S. Navy. Washington, D.C., June 9. The National Bureau of Standards has recently developed for the U.S. Navy Meteorological Service a new radio meteorograph. The new instrument (shown in the picture) is sent up on a 5-Foot balloon and is expected to replace the use of airplanes in upper-air meteorological surroundings. E.G. Lapham, Associate Physicist of the bureau, is shown assembling the new meteorograph in preperation for an ascent. The device transmits audio notes which are a function of temperature and humidity. These notes are interrupted at approximately each 10-millibar increment in pressure, thus identifying each temperature and humidity indication with its respective increment of altitude, 6937

While newsmen take notes, Chairman Dies of House Committee investigating Un-American activities, proofs & reads his statement replying to Pres. Roosevelt's attack on the Committee, Oct. 26, 1938

Mrs. Compton and her four year-old son, Billy, taking sticks of tobacco out of barn to strip house. They are tenants and the Negro owner lives in Mebane. This is a part of a prosperous Negro settlement between Carr and Cedar Grove, Orange County, North Carolina. See captions 52055-D and 52080-D. See general notes on subregion. September 28, 1939. Number four

Small abandoned sawmill, between Antioch Church and Highway 54. Southern part of Orange County, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion, Sept. 27, 1939

Mrs. Elvin Wilkins (Rosa) churning butter in the kitchen of their home in Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

General fall farm landscape showing, with whole shocks of cornstalks. Between Cedar Grove and Carr, Orange County, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion. September 28, 1939. Number three

A portable cane mill (the owner gets every sixth gallon for making the sorghum syrup). This is on the property of a Negro owner, Wes Chris, a tobacco farm of about 165 acres in a prosperous Negro settlement near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina. See general caption notes on subregion, September 28, 1939

Farmers in warehouse during the auction sale. Two bookmen on each side of the row follow the auctioneer and buyers calculating the amount of the sale by multiplying the price times the number of pounds. Mebane, Orange County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 9, 1939

Compton, Negro sharecropper, and his wife stripping and grading tobacco. He has a Negro landlord who lives in Mebane, part of a very prosperous Negro settlement. Near Carr, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion, September 28, 1939, number four

Terraced pastures, three small farms treated as unit for the purpose. Owners are Linnie Bailey, his son and son-in-law (Mr. Mann). Route 93, about four and a half miles south of Graham, Alamance County, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion, September 27, 1939. Number three

Hand-painted sign pointing to Stem Grange, west side of Highway No. 15 at Hester, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilkins helping "take off" the tobacco for grading and stripping in the strip house on their farm. Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum). November 16, 1939

Children playing and cutting out pictures from Sears Roebuck catalogue on kitchen floor while their parents prepare dinner for the men on cornshucking day, at home of Mrs. Fred Wilkins. Tallyho, Stem, North Carolina. Granville County. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Mrs. Elvin Wilkins' son milking their cow in the evening on their farm. Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Granville County Courthouse, Oxford, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum)

Interior of courtroom during trial of automobile accident case during court week in Granville County Courthouse, Oxford, North Carolina. This was the second day of Superior Court. See subregional notes (Odum). November 22, 1939

The Titus Oakley family stripping, tying and grading tobacco in their bedroom. Shoofly, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes. November 16, 1939

Compton, Negro sharecropper and his wife stripping and grading tobacco. He has a Negro landlord who lives in Mebane, part of a very prosperous Negro settlement. Near Carr, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion, Sept. 28, 1939, number four

Tobacco barns. Negro owner living in Mebane in prosperous Negro settlement between Carr and Cedar Grove, Orange County, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion. September 28, 1939. Number three

Cornshucking on Uncle Henry Garrett's place. Negro tenant of Mr. Fred Wilkins. White women don't go to Negro shucking to help with the cooking but white men are fed by Negro women just the same as at other shucking week previous at Mr. Fred Wilkins' home. Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Mrs. Fred Wilkins "taking off" the tobacco for grading and stripping in strip house on their farm. Tallyho near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Negro sharecropper and two wage hands shucking corn for the landlord, a white woman. On road to Cedar Grove, west of Highway 14. Orange County, North Carolina. See general notes on sub-region, September 28, 1939, number two

Field of corn shocks, belonging to Robert Hughes, rural mail carrier, west of Highway 14 on road to Cedar Grove. Orange County, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion, September 28, 1939. Number two

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilkins grading and stripping tobacco in strip house on their farm. Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Negro woman dipping snuff while watching them make sorghum syrup at Cane Mill, on Wes Chris' property near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion, September 28, 1939

Men killing time in sheriff's office on court day, during dinner hour. Granville County County Courthouse, Oxford, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 22, 1939

Spectators and witnesses on second day of Superior Court during trial of automobile accident case during court week in Granville County Courthouse, Oxford, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 22, 1939

John Newton hauling a sack of Red Dog pig feed from the store in Stem, Granville County, North Carolina, to his farm, the old Elijah Roberts place about four miles away, which he has recently bought. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

White tenant farm woman in doorway of house. She is Mrs. Arrington, mother-in-law of Taylor, a white sharecropper. Shoofly, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Farmers in warehouse during the auction sale. Two bookmen on each side of the row follow the auctioneer and buyers calculating the amount of the sale by multiplying the price times the number of pounds. Mebane, Orange County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 9, 1939

Mrs. Elvin Wilkins' son riding their mule up the road in front of their house. Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Mrs. Elvin Wilkins (Rosa) churning butter in the kitchen of their home in Tallyho. Near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Granville County Courthouse, Oxford, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 22, 1939

Mrs. Elvin Wilkins (Rosa) patting the butter into a mould to take to town to sell from door to door while her husband auctions off their tobacco at the warehouse. Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Mrs. Elvin Wilkins (Rosa) churning butter in the kitchen of their home in Tallyho, near Stem, Granville County, North Carolina. See subregional notes (Odum) November 16, 1939

Waste wood. Note large size which would make good firewood. Left on site of small abandoned sawmill, recently moved between Antioch Church and Highway 54. Southern part of Orange County, North Carolina. See general caption notes on subregion. September 27, 1939. Number two and caption 52101-D

Mrs. Fred Wilkins and other women of the Wilkins clan washing dishes in her kitchen after large dinner for the men who were shucking corn. Tallyho, Stem, North Carolina. Granville County, See subregional notes. (Odum) November 16, 1939

Interior of courtroom during trial of automobile accident case during court week in Granville County Courthouse, Oxford, North Carolina. This was the second day of Superior Court. See subregional notes (Odum). November 22, 1939

Corn field showing topped and untopped cornstallks. About six miles north of Hillsboro on Highway 14, Orange County, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion. September 28, 1939. Number one

Commission merchants examine and make notes on shipments of fruit for which they intend to bid. Terminal warehouse, Chicago, Illinois

War Production Board launches auto graveyard program. W.F. Breuer, regional representative of the auto salvage section, War Production Board, starts preliminary survey of jaloppies available for war production use. Miss Jane McCullough of the WPB local office takes notes

War Board launches auto graveyard program. W.F. Breuer, regional representative of the Auto Salvage Section, War Production Board, starts preliminary survey of jaloppies available for war production use. Miss Jane McCullough of the WPB local office takes notes

Civilian defense. Prompt and efficient telephone handling is an important part of civilian defense work. This operator at air raid warden headquarters receives calls telling her of trouble in various areas, notes the message and passes them on for immediate action. The demonstration was at the civilian defense show at Madison Square Garden, New York, October 1941

Fruit terminal and grain elevator. Crates from each shipment are opened and set up on end; these the commission merchants examine, making notes on what they want to buy, a few hours before the auction. Chicago, Illinois

Civilian defense. Prompt and efficient telephone handling is an important part of civilian defense work. This operator at air raid warden headquarters receives calls telling her of trouble in various areas, notes the messages and passes them on for immediate action. The demonstration was at the civilian defense show at Madison Square Garden, New York, October 1941

Manpower, junior size. Notes from parents giving permission to their sons and daughters to join the Roanoke, Virginia junior army are received by teacher Doris Jordan. Now these newly appointed junior commandos are ready to collect scrap for victory

Washington, D.C. Under the auspices of the Bureau of University Travel and the National Capital School Visitors' Council, over 200 high school students chosen for their intellectual alertness visited Washington for a week. Students taking notes at a hearing of the Naval Affairs Committee

Parris Island, South Carolina. Lieutenants of Marine Corps, studying glider pilotage, compare notes before a flight

Washington, D.C. Under the auspices of the Bureau of University Travel and the National Capital School Visitors' Council, over 200 high school students chosen for their intellectual alertness visited Washington for a week. A student on his way from the Library of Congress to the Capitol making notes about what he has seen using a friend's back for a desk

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. They fly without engines. Lieutenants of the Marine Corps, studying glider pilotage, compare notes before a flight

Imperial County, California. Cattleman notes down number of head of cattle shipped

Marine Corps gliders, Parris Island. They fly without engines. Lieutenants of the Marine Corps, studying glider pilotage, compare notes before a flight from Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Washington, D.C. Chemistry students making notes in the apparatus used for an experiment at Woodrow Wilson High School

Charlottesville, Virginia. Officers enrolled in the School of Military Government reviewing notes taken down during lecture on foreign administrative policies, held in the School of Law at the University of Virginia

New York, New York. Associated Transport Company. The checker notes every load of goods that goes on each truck

Argentine, Kansas. A yard clerk making notes of car numbers in the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad yard

Charlottesville, Virginia. Officers comparing notes after a lecture on international law in the School of Military Government at the University of Virginia

An interview between two men, concerning black marketing, while a stenographer takes notes

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The Portugeese church of Our Lady of Good Voyage is notes for its carillion of thirty-two bells. Above the doors is a Madonna holding a schooner in one hand while the other is raised in blessing the waves

Franklin Delano Roosevelt January 30, 1882 - April 12, 1945. [Notes of sympathy from Churchill to Mrs. Roosevelt. Stalin to President Truman and a testimonial from Malcolm Bingay in the Detroit Free Press.] [Ann Arbor, Mich. 1945].

Two painted bronze "golfers" compare notes outside the Legacy Golf Club in Henderson, Nevada

Tapestry "Evolutionary Notes to Wk" at the Hubert Humphrey Federal Building, Washington, D.C.

Tapestry "Evolutionary Notes to Wk" at the Hubert Humphrey Federal Building, Washington, D.C.

Tapestry "Evolutionary Notes to Wk" at the Hubert Humphrey Federal Building, Washington, D.C.

Tapestry "Evolutionary Notes to Wk" at the Hubert Humphrey Federal Building, Washington, D.C.

Knudson and Kettering after. Washington, D.C., Dec. 6. William S. Knudsen, right, President, and Charles F. Kettering, Vice President of the General Motors Corporation, compare notes as they arrived to appear before the Monopoly Committee today. Both testified that it would be 'bad for the industry generally' if the present patent system were abolished

Before Monopoly Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 20. William H. Woods, former President of the Illinois Bankers Life Assurance Co., and Head of the Illinois Bankers Life Association, today outlined to a Monopoly Subcommittee the circumstances surrounding organization of the company in 1929 when it reinsured and took over the Illinois Bankers Life Association. Woods testified he had received $100,000 in cash and $60,000 on notes when the reinsurance deal went through

Congressional farm leaders compare notes. Washington, D.C., Jan. 5. Leading exponents of farm legislation in the House and Senate met at the Capitol today to compare notes on the progress made so far. Left to right: Senator James P. Pope of Idaho; Rep. Marvin Jones of Texas, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee; Senator John H. Bankhead of Alabama; Senator Ellison D. Smith, Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, 1/5/38

Jedediah Hotchkiss Papers: Writings File, circa 1846-1899; Other writings by Hotchkiss; Education; Sunday School lecture notes, class rolls, and miscellaneous notes; 1894-1895