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Second view of Com. Perry's victory / M. Cornè p. ; W.B. Annin sc.

First view of Com. Perry's victory / M. Cornè ; W.B. Annin sc.

Comre. Oliver H. Perry / engraved by Henry Meyer from an original picture by John W. Jarvis.

O.H. Perry / painted by J.W. Jarvis ; engraved by W.G. Jackman.

[Two U.S. Marine officers and two enlisted men, members of Perry's Japanese expedition]

[U.S.S. Susquehanna, Commodore Perry's flag ship, full starboard view]

O.H. Perry / Kilburn, del.

Oliver Hazard Perry U.S.N. / engraved by J.B. Forrest from the original by J.W. Jarvis by the permission of the Corporation of New York ; Miller print.

[Commodore Matthew C. Perry, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing slightly left with left hand resting on sword]

[Perry Davis, bust, facing right, on advertisement for Perry Davis' vegetable pain killer]

Agnes Perry

Agnes Perry

First landing of Americans in Japan, under Commodore M.C. Perry at Gore-Hama July 14th 1853 / W. Heine del. ; E. Brown Jr. direxit. ; lith. of Sarony & Co. N.Y.

Agnes Perry

Agnes Perry

Hon. Nehemiah Perry of N. J.

Hon. Nehemiah Perry of N. J.

Hon. Nehemiah Perry of N. J.

Com. Perry's visit to Shui, Lew Chew / from nature by W. Heine ; lith. of Sarony & Co., New York.

Com. Perry paying his farewell visit to the Imperial commissioners at Simoda / from nature by Heine ; lith. of Sarony & Co., New York.

Capt. M.C. Perry

Col. J.H. Perry, 48th N.Y. Inf.

Hon. Eli Perry of N.Y.

Hon. Perry

[Patent medicine labels for Perry Davis & Son, showing view of Providence, R.I., and four patent medicine bottles] / Kilburn & Mallory sc., Boston.

Hon. Aaron Fufe Perry of Ohio

Noble, Hon. Warren Perry, M.C. Ohio, 1861-1865

Col. J.H. Perry, 48th N.Y. Inf.

Capt. M.C. Perry

Col. J.H. Perry, 48th N.Y. Inf.

Gunboat "Perry" on the James River

Gunboat "Commodore Perry", James River, Va.

Commodore Perry

Commodore Perry

O.H. Perry / from the original painting by Chappel.

Perry, Lt. T. U.S.N.

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. Oliver Hazard Perry T. of Ind. Senator. Gov. of Ind.

View of Tell City, Perry County, Indiana : Praemie zum Tell City Anzeiger /

Bummers [after Enoch Wood Perry]

[Perry's willow, Put-in-Bay]

Perry's Monument, Put-in-Bay, Ohio

Bachelor house of Perry brothers, near Merna, Custer County, Nebraska.

E. Perry, north Custer County, Nebraska.

E. Perry, north Custer County, Nebraska.

Z. Perry, Merna, Custer County, Nebraska.

Mr. Perry, northeast of Anselmo, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Group dressed for wedding(?) ceremony posed outdoors] / Perry, Allegheny, Pa.

Hotel Perry, Petoskey

[Oliver Curtis Perry, bank robber, head-and-shoulders portrait]

Perry, N.Y., Wyoming Co., 1892 /

Newport, Perry County, Pennsylvania, 1895 /

The Niagara, Perry's flagship

Perry Monument, Wade Park, Cleveland, O[hio]

Perry Payne Blg., Cleveland

D.J. Sweeney and Perry Belmont

Marie Perry, standing three-quarters

Correspondents and Perry, Battle Harbor

Perry Belmont & wife

Mrs. Perry Belmont

E.O. Wood, Perry Belmont, N.E. Mack

Mrs. Lounsbery Perry

Mrs. Perry Belmont

John H. Perry

Miss L.B. Perry, Mrs. J.H. Hayes, Mrs. J.T. Owen, Mrs. A. Clund, Mrs. J.H. Bankhead, Miss M. Bankhead, Judge Alyanala

[Perry House and Perry-Payne House, Cleveland, Ohio]

[Marsden J. Perry home, Providence, Rhode Island. Interior scene, detail of piano, crystal chandelier, mirror, and door]

Lts.: R.K. Perry & H.W. Goodman

Mr. Wade and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont

[Perry's Victory, Lake Erie, U.S. Capitol]

Perry monument [i.e. Cannonball Monument] and guns, Put-In-Bay, O[hio]

Perry Park, Put-In-Bay, O[hio]

Perry Cave, Put-In-Bay, Ohio

PERRY, CHARLES B. HONORABLE

PERRY, G.C., HONORABLE

Russians & newspaper men - Sergei Witte, Baron Rosen with their suite and newspaper men / Perry E. Conner, Portsmouth, N.H.

Russian & Japanese delegates and members of the press / Perry E. Conner, Portsmouth, N.H.

Perry Avenue, Montgomery, Ala.

[Theodore Perry Shonts, 1856-1919, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing right]

California Rifle team, Camp Perry

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH. DEDICATION OF STATUE. BLISS PERRY OF HARVARD, SPEAKING; MABIE, 2ND FROM RIGHT

Sweepers & mule-room boys in Royal Mill, River Point, R.I. Boy left hand end, Manuel Mites has been in mill 2 years. Clinton Silvey and Louis Perry (centre boys) have been in mill one year and said they are now 12 years old. Boy on right hand Manuel Silvey been in mill 1 year. (They could not speak English). Location: River Point, Rhode Island.

Perry's [Peary's] steamer Roosevelt, Hudson-Fulton Parade

Judge Wade, Mrs. Mack, Mr. & Mrs. Perry Belmont

Perry Belmont

[The Niagara, Perry flagship replica, lower deck]

[The Niagara, Perry flagship replica]

[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.] Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].

[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.]  Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].
[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.] Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].

[Cannon commemorating Perry's victory, Battle of Lake Erie, probably Ohio]

Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.  Location: Buffalo, New York (State)
Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Col. A.C. Sharpe, Camp Perry

Vernon Castle, Mrs. Castle, Perry Belmont & wife

Miss Emily K. Perry

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names) - - Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave., Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room, Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Joe Perry, Grinnell St. Said he was 10. August 22, 1911. 7:15 A.M. Richard K. Conant, Witness. Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Celia Perry. A young picker living in Rochester, Mass. Rochester [vicinity] Eldridge Bog, Massachusetts.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

These boys, and others, work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and label 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; - (the youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D. M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Westo[n] 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

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