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Thomas Jefferson, October 20, 1777, Notes on Virginia Committee on Laws; William Phillips letter of April 12, 1779

William Phillips to Thomas Jefferson, September 12, 1779

Williams Phillips to Thomas Jefferson, April 11, 1779, Invitation to Visit Friedrich Adolph, Baron von Riedesel

William Phillips to Thomas Jefferson, April 12, 1779, Declines Jefferson's Invitation

The present state of Great Britain / J. Phillips fecit.

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Phillips, September 12, 1793

Plan of township no. 1, north of Phillips /

[Cut] Declaration and dying speech of Henry Phillips. Taken from his own mouth at the Boston goal a short time previous to the day of his execution. [Boston 1817].

[Four wood engravings illustrating Ambrose Phillips' Imitation of eclogue]

[Four wood engravings illustrating Ambrose Phillips' Imitation of eclogue]

The treasury-hen alarmed

Washington, August 14, 1852. Sir: In accordance with an invitation from the corporate authorities of this City, and at the request of numerous citizens, Professor Boynton, of New York, will deliver a lecture upon the subject of Phillips' fire an

[Wendell Phillips, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Wendell Phillips

Wendell Phillips

Wendell Phillips

Wendell Phillips

Wendell Phillips

Captain Phillips & Lieutenant Yates, 8th Hussars

Wendell Phillips

[Henry M. Phillips, Representative from Pennsylvania, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

David L. Phillips to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 29, 1860 (Warns of possible Democratic treachery in Southern Illinois)

David L. Phillips to Jesse K . Dubois, Monday, October 29, 1860 (Efforts in Illinois campaign)

John L. Phillips to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 25, 1861 (Supports Cameron)

Ruins of Phillips House, near Falmouth, Va.

[Map of part of the counties of Fulton and Cobb, Georgia, showing fortifications on the Chattahoochee River at Isoms Ford and Phillips Ferry] /

To the freedmen. Wendell Phillips on learning to read and write. Boston, July 16, 1865 [Letter to Mr. James Redpath from Wendell Phillips.].

Phillips, Wendell

Sir: You are respectfully invited to attend a meeting of Republicans of Ward 5, at Phillips Hall (Mercantile building,) Summer street on Friday evening next, August 28th at 7.5 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a Grant & Colfax Club. Per or

"All Hail and Farewell to the Pacific Railroad." Wendell Phillips [Indian with knife lying on track in path of oncoming locamotive, Rocky Mountains in background]

[Unidentified African American man] / Broadbent & Phillips, 1206 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Phillips, Wendell

Octavius V. Catto / photographed by Messrs. Broadbent & Phillips, Philadelphia ; S. Fox.

The Idaho Indian war / Chas. W. Phillips, photographer, Walla Walla.

The pacing wonder Sleepy Tom, the Blind Horse: with Phillips, his driver coaxing him to "go in and win" sired by Tom Rolfe, son of Old Pocohantus

Carrie E. Phillips

Phillips, Wendell

[David Graham Phillips, half-length portrait, seated, facing front, left elbow resting on back of chair, head on hand] / G.C. Cox photo.

[David Graham Phillips, full-length portrait, standing at writing table, facing slightly right]

Wendell Phillips portrait with quote

Earl & Jensch's humorous banterers handing the public, Will F. Phillips' complicated comedy, A bell boy

Will F. Phillips' complicated farcical extravaganza, A bell boy

Earl & Jensch's humorous banterers handing the public, Will F. Phillips' complicated comedy, A bell boy

Earl & Jensch's humorous banterers handing the public, Will F. Phillips' complicated comedy, A bell boy

Will F. Phillips' complicated farcical extravaganza, A bell boy

Earl & Jensch's humorous banterers handing the public, Will F. Phillips' complicated comedy, A bell boy

Will F. Phillips' complicated farcical extravaganza, A bell boy

Will F. Phillips' complicated farcical extravaganza, A bell boy

Will F. Phillips' complicated farcical extravaganza, A bell boy

David Graham Phillips

Dorothy Phillips

Owen Phillips (Baron Kylsant)

Where Phillips was shot

Wm. Phillips

Wm. C. Phillips

Mrs. Wendell Phillips

Mrs. Wendell Phillips

Dr. Phillips Thomas

David G. Phillips

E. Phillips Oppenheim, bust

Phillips

Jesse Phillips

Coles Phillips

Phillips

Dr. Phillips Thomas and microphone

Wm. Phillips

Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.

Theo. Phillips and family in front of their home, Cozad, Nebraska

PHILLIPS, T.W., HONORABLE

PHILLIPS, T.W., HONORABLE

Students and teacher, Miss Ada Phillips, at the Cozad Grade School, Cozad, Dawson County, Nebraska.

PHILLIPS, A.E.

PHILLIPS, F.H. MAJOR

PHILLIPS, C.C. DOCTOR

PHILLIPS, C.J.

Young Johnnie Steele has an Oldsmobile / Copyright 1907 by Tom M. Phillips.

She is the queen of his gas machine / Copyright 1907 by Tom M. Phillips.

She trieds to learn the auto / Copyright 1907 by Tom M. Phillips.

As they go flying along / Copyright 1907 by Tom M. Phillips.

Whitnel (N.C.) Cotton Mills. Everyone in this family except the mother, works in the mill. Father earns $1.00 a day. Smallest girl, Annie Philips, been there only a few months, earns nearly a dollar a day. Next in size, Clara Phillips, 13 years old, Been there 3 or 4 years, earns over a dollar a day. Next, Daisy Philips. Next, Mary Philips. A dollar a day each. Oldest is married and husband is in the mill. The superintendent said it is unusual for the father to work when children get large enough to work. He usually loafs. That's why the mills are so full of children. Location: Whitnel, North Carolina.

10th & Phillips Ave. after the storm, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.

Phillips Ave. north from Sioux Falls Business College

Wm. Phillips, Asst. Sec. of State, Ignacio Calderon, Minister of Bolivia, Pan Amer. Union 2nd Commercial Conference

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

Mrs. Wm. Phillips

Phillips Andover Academy, 1910

Wililam Phillips steam plow, Belpre, Kansas

Phillips house in Shelton, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Phillips, Princeton

Railroad Labor Board Seated, l to r: A.C. Wharton; G.W.W. Hagner; J. James Forrestor and Harry T. Hunt. Standing, Horace Baker; Albert Phillips; R.M. Barton, Chairman; William L. Park and J.H. Elliott

Phillips barn north of Shelton, Nebraska.

MEMPHIS, U.S.S., W. PHILLIPS, ONE OF WOUNDED SAILORS

E.E. Phillips

GOLDSBOROUGH, PHILLIPS LEE. GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND, 1912-1916

Rosy Phillips. Fifteen year old spinner in a Dallas cotton mill. She was far from "rosy" - thin, anaemic. Prematurely old. Her brother Exie [?] twelve years old who helps her some on Saturdays. He said: "I can't get a steady job, but I can help her all I want to." I did not see any others very young. Location: Dallas, Texas.

Some of the anti-suffrage leaders who took 1200 people up the Hudson for their Decoration Day picnic : L to R: Mrs. George Phillips, Mrs. K. B. Lapham, Miss Burnham, Mrs. Everett P. Wheeler, Mrs. John A. Church.

FLAG DAY. FLAG DAY EXERCISES, STATE, WAR AND NAVY BUILDING. WILSON SPEAKING; BRYAN, DANIELS, WILLIAM PHILLIPS, F.D. ROOSEVELT, ETC. PRESENT

[Bill C. Phillips, manager, Indianapolis Federal League (baseball)]

FLAG DAY. FLAG DAY EXERCISES, STATE, WAR AND NAVY BUILDING. WILSON SPEAKING; BRYAN, DANIELS, WILLIAM PHILLIPS, F.D. ROOSEVELT, ETC. PRESENT

Flag Day. Flag Day exercises, State, War, and Navy Building. Wilson speaking; Bryan, Daniels, [Breckinridge Long], William Phillips, F.D. Roosevelt, etc. present

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