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Mr. Jefferson's last letter. The following letter is supposed to be the last production of the pen of the illustrious Thomas Jefferson, It was written to the Mayor of Washington, in reply to an invitation to attend the celebration of the Jubilee

Lindos, ent[ra]nc[e] to Admirals pen from Greenwich, Jamaica

Serious appeal! Read and reflect!!. Fellow-citizens- The following letter, being one of a series from the pen of a distinguished statesman of Virginia, is recommended to the serious consideration of every man who has a stake in the welfare of hi

[Forbes Winslow, three-quarter length portrait, three-quarters to the right, eyes front, seated in chair at table with escritoire, holding quill pen]

The man is not bought! He is still in the slave pen in the Court House. The kidnapper agreed, both publicly and in writing, to sell him for $1200. The sum was raised by eminent Boston citizens, and offered him. He then claimed more. The b

The man is not bought! He is still in the slave pen in the Court House! The kidnapper agreed, both publicly and in writing, to sell him for $1200. The sum was raised by eminent Boston citizens and offered him. He then claimed more. The ba

George Washington first president of the U. S. Drawn with the pen by P. M. Collins. Prof. of penmanship. [New York? c. 1855].

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827, full lgth., standing holding pen and music "bronze statue...by Crawford, presented to the Music Hall, Boston"

Slave pen, Alexandria, VA. (Civil War time)

Bull Pen - Hd. qtrs A of P.

Slave Pen, Alexandria, Va.

Slave Pen, Alexandria, Va.

Alexandria, Virginia. Slave pen. (Price, Birch & Co. dealers in slaves)

Slave pen, Alexandria, Virginia / negative by Wm. R. Pywell ; positive by A Gardner.

Alexandria, Virginia. Slave pen. (Price, Birch & Company dealers in slaves)

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. "Slaughter Pen" on left wing

Slaughter pen, foot of Round Top, Gettysburg / negative by T.H. O'Sullivan. positive by A. Gardner.

Bird's eye view of Confederate prison pen at Salisbury, N.C., taken in 1864.

[Pen and ink sketch map drawn on tracing cloth, showing roads, streams, bridges, ferries, fords, houses, names of residents, and towns between Atlanta and the Chattahoochee River, 1864].

Plan of the Rebel prison pen at Savannah Georgia, Lt. S. R. Davis, C.S.A., Commandant, Sept. 1864.

[Peter Force, full-length portrait, seated at table, facing slightly right, holding a quill pen in his right hand, with books on table and floor] / A. Gardner, photographer, Washington, D.C.

R. Esterbrook & Cos. Lincoln Pen, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Family record / executed with a steel pen by J.S. Conover, Coldwater, Mich.

San Domingo Pen pictures and leaves of travel, romance and history, from the portfolio of a correspondent in the American tropics.

San Domingo : pen pictures and leaves of travel, romance and history, from the portfolio of a correspondent in the American tropics

[Old school teacher (sharpening feather pen?) and pupil]

San Domingo : pen pictures and leaves of travel, romance and history, from the portfolio of a correspondent in the American tropics

San Domingo : pen pictures and leaves of travel, romance and history, from the portfolio of a correspondent in the American tropics

[Charles Herber Clark, author (pen name, Max Adler), half-length portrait, facing front] / Gutekunst.

San Domingo : pen pictures and leaves of travel, romance and history, from the portfolio of a correspondent in the American tropics

I am the Lord thy God ... / drawn with pen by Van Leeuwen.

Family record / executed with a pen by John R. Staples.

[The ammunition magazine in the Pen Kuyrucak] / the photograph studio of the Imperial School of Engineering.

[The general view of the ammunition magazines in the Pen Kuyrucak] / the photograph studio of the Imperial School of Engineering.

[The ammunition magazine in the Pen Kuyrucak] / the photograph studio of the Imperial School of Engineering.

[The police station of the ammunition magazines in the Pen Kuyrucak] / the photograph studio of the Imperial School of Engineering.

Old slave pen - Thomasville, Georgia

Pen picture of the progress of the city of St. Louis, Mo.

Family record / designed and executed with a pen by A.L. Silvernail, Ionia, Mich.

Andersonville Prison pen, looking Northeast from the Southwest corner

[Creston Clarke, full-length portrait, facing slightly right, seated at desk, writing with quill pen, as a character in a play]

Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania 1894.

[Dr. Charles H. Parkhurst, three-quarter length portrait, seated at desk, with pen in hand, facing left]

[Charles H. Parkhurst, three-quarter length portrait, seated at desk, facing slightly left, with pen in his hand]

[High Rock Observatory, near Pen Mar Park, view looking west, Maryland]

[High Rock Observatory, near Pen Mar Park, Maryland]

Presenting pen to Wallis

Hotel Edgewood, near Pen Mar Park

Hotel Melvue, near Pen Mar Park

Road to High Rock, Pen Mar Park, Md.

[Roger Sherman, half-length portrait, facing right, holding quill pen]

E. Johnson and family looking at cattle and hogs in a pen, Sumner, Dawson County, Nebraska.

Pen Mar Park

Glen Afton Spring, near Pen Mar Park

Looking north from High Rock, near Pen Mar Park

Looking north from Brinkwood, near Pen Mar Park

[Madeline Breckinridge, full-length portrait, seated at desk, facing slightly left, with quill pen in hand]

League of American Pen Women copy of poster

Little chapel at Blue Mt. House, Pen Mar Park, Md.

North from Brink Wood [i.e. Brinkwood], Pen Mar Park, Md.

North from Blue Mt. station, Pen Mar Park, Md.

Lake Royer and Buena Vista from Ragged Edge, Pen Mar Park, Md.

[Dignified, elderly man seated at office desk, pen in hand]

North from Brink Wood [i.e. Brinkwood], Pen Mar Park, Md.

Chicago - Meat Packing Industry - Swift & Co.'s Packing House: killing hogs, shackling pen and wheel

In the art pen at Ellis Island

[Theodore Roosevelt, three-quarter length portrait, seated at his desk with papers and holding a pen, facing front]

[Walter Wellman, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing slightly right, with pen in hand, looking downward, Spitzbergen]

[Mabel Boardman, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left, with pen in hand]

Austin Pen. ruins

[William Howard Taft, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing right, with pen and eyeglasses in his hands]

[Frank L. Polk, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left, holding pen]

[Billy Sunday, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left, holding pen] / J.B. Schriever, Scranton, Pa.

[Baseball pitcher for Philadelphia Athletics Edward Stewart Plank throwing ball to warm up in bull pen]

[Feather pen]

The public libraries of Massachusetts / designed and drawn with pen and ink by George Hartnell Bartlett.

[Group in costume on steps; sign: "League of American Pen Women, Authors' Carnival and Ball ... Book Fair ... Massachusetts Ave. [Washington, D.C.]

[Group in costume on steps; sign: "League of American Pen Women, Authors' Carnival and Ball ... Book Fair ... Massachusetts Ave. [Washington, D.C.]

Prisoners in detention pen, Germany

Aero view of Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania 1916 /

League of American Pen Women exhibit at Woodward & Lothrop

League of American Pen Women

War Eagle series. There has been such a large and increasing demand for duplicates of the editorial cover pieces from the pen of the editor of the Manufacturers record ... that we have made up a series of one dozen of them under the above title.

DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. OPENING OF D.A.R. CONGRESS. FROM 2ND FRONT LEFT, MRS. MARY S. LOCKWOOD, PEN FOUNDER OF D.A.R. 4TH FROM LEFT MRS. J.A. VAN ORSDEL, HEAD OF CHILDREN OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 8TH FROM LEFT, MRS. GUERNSEY, PRESIDENT GENERAL

DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. OPENING OF D.A.R. CONGRESS. FROM 2ND FRONT LEFT, MRS. MARY S. LOCKWOOD, PEN FOUNDER OF D.A.R. 4TH FROM LEFT MRS. J.A. VAN ORSDEL, HEAD OF CHILDREN OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 8TH FROM LEFT, MRS. GUERNSEY, PRESIDENT GENERAL

DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. OPENING OF D.A.R. CONGRESS. FROM 2ND FRONT LEFT, MRS. MARY S. LOCKWOOD, PEN FOUNDER OF D.A.R. 4TH FROM LEFT MRS. J.A. VAN ORSDEL, HEAD OF CHILDREN OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 8TH FROM LEFT, MRS. GUERNSEY, PRESIDENT GENERAL

Indian group, Pen Women's League

Gypsy group: Pen Women's League

Biblical group: Pen Women's League

[Benjamin Franklin reading draft of Declaration of Independence, John Adams seated, and Thomas Jefferson standing and holding feather pen and paper, around table]

Mrs. Harding & Pen. Woman League

[Calvin Coolidge, full-length portrait, seated at desk, facing front, holding pen and paper, wearing black armband in mourning for President Harding]

A.E. Sartain, Warden Atlanta Pen.

Sheaffer fountain pen factory, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Boring holes

Birds. Ducks in pen

Sheaffer fountain pen factory, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Radite, the raw material for pens

Sheaffer fountain pen factory, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Corking ink bottles

Sheaffer fountain pen factory, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Line of nib grinders and their operators

Sheaffer fountain pen factory, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Grinding nibs

Sheaffer fountain pen factory, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Electroplating inner lining of pencil