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A Representation, of the sea fight, on the 5th of Sepr. 1781, between Rear Admiral Graves and the Count de Grasse.

[Rear and side view of George Stephenson's steam locomotive and railroad cars of the Stockton and Darlington Railway]

[Grace Church (Brooklyn, New York). Rear elevation. Plan] / Rich Upjohn, arct.

Rear, side and front views of boilers

Rear of President's stables & grounds

Rear Adm. W.B. Shubrick, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. C. Stewart U.S.N.

Nuremburg. Rear of church of St. Lawrence

Rear Adm. J. Smith, U.S.N.

[Single figure in uniform, seen from the rear]

Rear Adm. J.A. Dahlgren, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. C. Stewart U.S.N.

Rear Adm. S.H. Stringham USN

Rear Adm. Francis H. Gregory

Rear Adm. G.W. Storer, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. Francis H. Gregory

Nuremburg. Rear of Rath-haus

Rear Adm. W.B. Shubrick, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. David Glasgow Farragut, U.S.N.

David Dixon Porter, Rear Admiral

[Chas. H. Davis, Rear Admiral, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly left]

[A sailor sits in a small boat in the foreground with a side wheeler in the rear]

Approaches to Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, on the Arkansas River : captured by the U.S. Mississippi Squadron, under command of Act'g. Rear Admiral David D. Porter, U.S.N., January 11th, 1863 /

Map showing the route of the late expedition, commanded by Rear Admiral Porter, U.S.N., in attempting to get into the Yazoo River by the way of Steel's Bluff [i.e., Bayou] and Deer Creek.

Route of the late expedtion [sic] commanded by Act'g. Rear Admiral D. D. Porter U.S.N. attempting to get into the Yazoo River by the way of Steels Bayou and Deer Creek

Address of welcome to Rear Admiral David D. Porter, on his temporary return to his home, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, July 27th, 1864.

Chart showing the entrance of Rear Admiral Farragut into Mobile Bay. 5th of August 1864

Coffin containing the remains of President Lincoln; Small doors leading to the President's box, Ford's theatre...; Murder of President Lincoln; Mr. Lincoln carried from the theatre to Petersen's house, opposite; Booth's stable ...; Rear of Ford's theatre ... showing door by which Booth made his escape

Order of attack on Fort Fisher by the Squadron under command of Rear Admiral D. D. Porter, U.S.N. in the combined naval and military operations which resulted in the capture of the Rebel defences at New Inlet, N.C. January 14th & 15th 1865.

Rear piazza, Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga, N. Y.

[Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Rear elevation, A series]

Rear of Independence Hall

Rear Adml. Jno. W. Philip

[Side view of 7 Hawthorn Street, the Wright family home, taken from rear]

Rear turret of the Spanish cruiser "Viscaya

One of our victorious naval commanders, Rear Admiral [William Thomas] Sampson [in horse-drawn carriage] - Dewey Celebration, New York

Rear turret of the Spanish cruiser "Viscaya"

Rear Adm. William T. Sampson

Rear Admiral Sampson U.S.N.

[Rear, Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.]

Rear of Imperial Castle, Berlin

Judge F.C. O'Rear, Ky. and Leslie Combs, Ky.

Wood, Rear Adml. Spencer S.

Wood, Rear Adml. Spencer S.

Rear of 10' battery, Fort Hamilton

Rear Adml. Sam'l McGowan

Rear Adm'l David W. Taylor, Chief Const.

Rear Adm'l Victor Blue

Rear Adml. Chas. E. Clark

Rear Adm'l Blue (R)

Rear Adm'l Strauss

Rear Adm. C. Cradock

Rear Adm. C. McR. Winslow

Rear Admiral C. Mc. R. Winslow

Rear Adm. W.H. May

J.F. Sorzano; Rear Adm. Carvatho [i.e., Rear Admiral Carvalho]; Algot Lange

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. CASKET

TOGO. REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.A. BROWNSON, WILLARD HERBERT; POTTER, WILLIAM PARKER; RABY, JAMES J.

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. BROWNSON, WILLARD HERBERT; MILES, NELSON APPLETON; POTTER, WILLIAM PARKER; REMEY, GEORGE COLLIER

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. MASONS

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PALLBEARERS: ADMIRAL W.P. POTER; GENERAL N.A. MILES; ADMIRAL REMEY; ADMIRAL BROWNSON; ADMIRAL G.H. WADLEIGH

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PROCESSION

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. MASONS

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PROCESSION

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PROCESSION

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PALLBEARERS

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PROCESSION

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PALLBEARERS; MINISTERS, REV. COTTON SMITH AND NAVY CHAPLAIN; REV. DR. GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH STANDING AT CAISSON

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. HEARSE

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Rear elevation]

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. HEARSE

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. FUNERAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. PROCESSION

BOY SCOUTS. VISIT OF SIR ROBERT BADEN-POWELL TO D.C. REVEIWING PARADE: BADEN-POWELL; MAJ. BUTT, REAR; PRESIDENT TAFT; BRYCE; LIVINGSTONE

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: LAFFERTY OF OREGON; SIDNEY ANDERSON OF MINNESOTA; LONGWORTH OF OHIO; 2 UNIDENTIFIED. REAR ROW: FARR OF PENNSYLVANIA; MILLER OF MINNESOTA; 2 UNIDENTIFIED

GOVERNORS. GALLINGER, JACOB HAROLD, REP FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1885-1889. SENATOR, 1891-1918; BASS, ROBERT P., GOVERNOR OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1911-1913. LEFT REAR

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. REAR ADM. WARDAR ARRIVING ON 'MAYFLOWER'

Capt. Ritter, Rear Adm. Ward, German Ambassador, Admiral Paschowitz

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISON; MURRAY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 2ND ROW: UNIDENTIFIED; EDWARDS OF GEORGIA; McDERMOTT OF ILLINOIS; REAR ROW: WHITE OF OHIO; UNIDENTIFIED; TOM REILLY OF CONNECTICUT; WEBB OF NORTH CAROLINA; RAUCH OF INDIANA

EVANS, ROBLEY D. REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. HIS FUNERAL

GOVERNORS OF STATES. FRONT, GOVERNOR FOSS OF MASSACHUSETTS; HARMON OF OHIO; TWO UNIDENTIFIED; CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. REAR; UNIDENTIFIED; GOVERNOR HAWLEY OF IDAHO; SENATOR GALLINGER OF NEW HAMPSHIRE; GOVERNOR BASS OF N.H.

BASEBALL, CONGRESSIONAL. FRONT ROW: KINKEAD OF NEW JERSEY; PAT HARRISON; MURRAY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 2ND ROW: UNIDENTIFIED; EDWARDS OF GEORGIA; McDERMOTT OF ILLINOIS; REAR ROW: WHITE OF OHIO; UNIDENTIFIED; TOM REILLY OF CONNECTICUT; WEBB OF NORTH CAROLINA; RAUCH OF INDIANA

BASEBALL, PROFESSIONAL. LEFT TO RIGHT: TAFT; MRS. KNOX; SEC. P.C. KNOX; VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN; MRS. TAFT, LEFT REAR OF PRESIDENT

(For Child Welfare Exhibit 1912-13.) Rear of a six-family house, 230 Richmond Street, Providence. Location: Providence, Rhode Island.

BASEBALL, PROFESSIONAL. LEFT TO RIGHT: TAFT; SEC. P.C. KNOX; VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN; MRS. TAFT, LEFT REAR OF PRESIDENT

BASEBALL, PROFESSIONAL. LEFT TO RIGHT: TAFT; MRS. KNOX; SEC. P.C. KNOX; VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN; MRS. TAFT, LEFT REAR OF PRESIDENT

J.F. Sorzano; Rear Adm. Carvatho [i.e., Rear Admiral Jose Carlos Carvalho]; Algot Lange

CONGRESS, WILSON BEFORE... SHOWS GALLERY AND REAR OF CHAMBER

CHAMBER OF COMERCE OF U.S.A. DIRECTORS. REAR: JOHN H. FAYEY; W.M. McCORMICK; R. G. RHETT; T.L.L. TEMPLE. FRONT: AUGUST H. VOGEL; HARRY A. WHEELER, PRESIDENT;AT RIGHT REAR IS CHARLES R. VAN HISE, PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN

BASEBALL, PROFESSIONAL. FRONT: SEC. GARRISON; DANIELS; C.L. BERRYMAN. REAR: JAMES M. BAKER, SECRETARY OF THE SENATE; SEN. CULBERSON; VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL

TARGET PRACTICE. BADGER, CHARLES JOHNSTON, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N.; DANIELS, JOSEPHUS, SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, 1913-1921

CHAMBER OF COMERCE OF U.S.A. DIRECTORS. REAR: JOHN H. FAYEY; W.M. McCORMICK; R. G. RHETT; T.L.L. TEMPLE. FRONT: AUGUST H. VOGEL; HARRY A. WHEELER, PRESIDENT;AT RIGHT REAR IS CHARLES R. VAN HISE, PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN

CONVERSE, GEORGE ALBERT. REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N. DIED 1909. HIS GRANDDAUGHTER, AUDREY VINCENT JACKSON

BASEBALL, PROFESSIONAL. FRONT: SEC. GARRISON; DANIELS; C.L. BERRYMAN. REAR: JAMES M. BAKER, SECRETARY OF THE SENATE; SEN. CULBERSON; VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL

TARGET PRACTICE. DANIELS, JOSEPHUS; BADGER, CHARLES JOHNSTON, REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N.; CHAPIN, FRED L., CAPTAIN, U.S.N.; REDFIELD, WILLIAM COX, REP. FROM NEW YORK, 1911-1913; SEC. OF COMMERCE, 1913-1919

CHAMBER OF COMERCE OF U.S.A. DIRECTORS. REAR: JOHN H. FAYEY; W.M. McCORMICK; R. G. RHETT; T.L.L. TEMPLE. FRONT: AUGUST H. VOGEL; HARRY A. WHEELER, PRESIDENT;AT RIGHT REAR IS CHARLES R. VAN HISE, PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Rear Admiral Aaron and Elizabeth Cairns Ward]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Roses]

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York Iris beds]

BRISTOL, MARK. REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N.

["Willowmere," Rear Admiral Aaron Ward house, 435 Bryant Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, New York. Rose garden]

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