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Title page, with no illus., of Benjamin Rush, An enquiry into the effects of spiritous liquors, Philadelphia, T. Bradford, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, January 22, 1797

Dr. Benjamin Rush

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, December 14, 1800

Benjamin Rush, M.D. Professor of Medicine, in the University of Pennsylvania

[Benjamin Rush, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile]

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, October 4, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, June 24, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, August 8, 1804

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, January 3, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, September 22, 1809, Mutilated Fragment

Richard Rush to James Madison, December 4, 1814.

Richard Rush, July 26, 1816. Memorandum regarding site for observatory.

James Madison to Richard Rush, November, 1823.

Thomas Jefferson to Richard Rush, October 13, 1824

Richard Rush to Andrew Jackson, April 25, 1839

Richard Rush to Andrew Jackson, November 21, 1839

Richard Rush to Andrew Jackson

The Moon --- Extraordinary. Important correspondence. Great excitement among the democracy. Tremendous rush for the spoils. Awful disclosures. Our reporter "Flying mercury" has just obtained the annexed correspondence &c. for publication in the

Surg. D.G. Rush, 101st Pa Inf

Gen. Rush C. Hawkins

Gen. Rush C. Hawkins

Surg. D.G. Rush, 101st Pa Inf

Gen. Rush C. Hawkins

Surg. D.G. Rush, 101st Pa Inf

B. Rush Petrikin to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 02, 1861 (Cameron)

Comrades will all remember how we made a rush for the old well to fill our canteens, when on the march. This is the way it was

Clark, Hon. Rush of Iowa (Aided in the organization of volunteer regiments from Iowa during the Civil War)

Map of the county of Rush Ind. /

Map of Rush & Decatur counties, Indiana /

[Ruins after the great fire of Oct. 1871, Chicago]: Rush Medical College

Our centennial--the rush for rooms at the Philadelphia hotels / C.S. Reinhart.

Our Centennial - the rush for rooms at the Philadelphia Hotels

A rush for the heat

The Political excitement in New York City - A "Rush" during the passage of a procession on Broadway [Harrison and Cleveland supporters in confrontation with raised canes over the issues of "Free Trade" and "Tariff"]

W.T. Ellmore & Son, manufacturers of specialties. Bamboo, willow, cane, & rush, London, E.C. and at Leicester

A rush of anger surged across him : he twisted furiously, but the iron fingers held

James Rush Marshall, 1851-1927

[James Rush Marshall, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing left]

Rush City by Gus Heege.

Packers ascending the summit of Chilkoot Pass during the gold rush of 1898

Beirut. Rush at the landing place

The muskrat eating the soft, white part of a rush

Thos. E. Rush

Rush, Columbia

Flag Rush Rochester

Land rush, Okla. [Oklahoma]

Flag Rush, Columbia

Flag Rush, Columbia University

Princeton University Cane Rush

Capt. Wm. R. Rush

Princeton Cane Rush

Law and Rush, representing unemployed, Washington

Crowd around New York end of the Brooklyn Bridge during rush hour when 3,000 people cross each minute

Weber & Rush present Charles Ross & Mabel Fenton in Weber & Fields biggest and best musical production, Twirly whirly

RUSH, WILLIAM J., MRS.

BUTLER, RUSH C.

Postmaster General Will Hays with his four assistants. L to R, [Unidentified, First Assistant Postmaster General Hubert Work]; Second Assistant Postmaster General E.H. Shaugnnessy; Third Assistant Postmaster General W. Irving Glover; Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Harry H. Hillany. Back row: W. Mooney; Rush D. Simmons; G.W. Perkins; T.L. Degman; John H. Edwards

MERRIAM, WILLIAM RUSH

RUSH, S.W. HONORABLE

Entrance to Brooklyn Bridge terminus during the six o'clock rush, New York City

Committee of unemployed, N.Y. May 1908, Jas. Calhoun, L.T. Rush, Mobile, Alex Law, Sec'y, Chas A. Curtis, J. Eads How

The rush gatherer

Committee of Unemployed, N.Y., 1908: Chas. A. Curtis, J . Eads How, Jas. Calhoun, L.T. Rush, Alex. Law, sec'y

Rush City, Minn., Main St. & Ave. B.

Rush City, Minn., Panoramic view. Fronting Main St.

Mercantile Co., Rush City, Minn. Interior

Main St. & Ave. D., Rush City, Minn.

Rush City, Minn., Park, Main St. & Depot

Rush City Minn., Ave. D & 3rd St.

First rush of water through Gamboa dyke, Panama Canal

The rush gatherer--Kutenai [A]

Nan de Gallant, 4 Clark St., Eastport, Maine, 9 year old cartoner, Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #2. Packs some with her mother. Mother and two sisters work in factory. One sister has made $7 in one day. During the rush season, the women begin work at 7 a.m., and at times work until midnight. Brother works on boats. The family comes from Perry, Me., just for the summer months. Work is very irregular. Nan is already a spoiled child. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Three young cutters who work in the Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #4, Eastport, Me. They work at night when the rush is on. Youngest is Rob Collins, 10 years old; next is Dan Collins, 11 years; next is Milton Shannon. All live on South Clark Street. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Nan de Gallant, 4 Clark St., Eastport, Maine, 9 year old cartoner, Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #2. Packs some with her mother. Mother and two sisters work in factory. One sister has made $7 in one day. During the rush season, the women begin work at 7 a.m., and at times work until midnight. Brother works on boats. The family comes from Perry, Me., just for the summer months. Work is very irregular. Nan is already a spoiled child. Location: Eastport, Maine.

BUTLER, RUSH C. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, U.S.

The 8 and 10 yr. old children here are working beets on a farm near Sterling, Colo, from 5:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. on rush days. Father said, "We have to get done." Location: Sterling [vicinity], Colorado / Photo by Hine. Oct. 22/15.

Rush message, so I brought it right away, he said

On one of the hottest days recorded in the National Capital both women and children rush to the water for relief. Snapped in Rock Creek Park

Rush D. Simmons, [9/29/21]

Mrs. Rush Holland

Measuring F Street in the National Capitol during the rush hours of the afternoon with a one foot rule, was the initiation stunt wished on this applicant for membership in a local college fraternity ...

Mrs. Rush Holland

Rush D. Simmons, born 1865. Chief Post Office Inspector

Rush D. Simmons & P.M.G. New with gun presented by mail bandit, [12/12/24]

In less than 30 min. from the time he arrived at the Union Station, Wash., March 18, John G. Sargent of Vermont, was sworn in at the Dept. of Justice as Atty. Gen. of the U.S. Oath taking. C.B. Sornborger (left) Appointment Clerk delivered the oath. Rush L. Hollard, Asst. Atty. Gen., in center

Attny. Gen. J.G. Sargent and Rush Holland at Union Station, [3/18/25]

15th and NY Ave., rush hour

15th and Penn. Ave., 4:30 rush hour

Thomas Circle rush hour

[Joseph T. Robinson; Rush Holt in background. U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

[Rush D. Holt at desk; opening birthday greetings]

[Rush D. Holt at desk]

[Rush D. Holt at desk]

[Rush D. Holt at desk]

[Group: Rush D. Holt, left; Joseph T. Robinson, 5th from left]

[Rush D. Holt at desk; opening birthday greetings]

[Rush D. Holt at desk]

[Rush D. Holt at desk]

[Rush D. Holt viewing calendar, "June 19, Appointment Senate floor, 12:00 noon"]