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Thomas Jefferson to Sarah Mease, March 26, 1801

In the session of 1821, the Committee of pensions and revolutionary claims made the following report on the petition of Sarah Dewees and others ... [Washington, 1822].

Andrew Jackson to Sarah Yorke Jackson, January 2, 1833

Lines in commemoration of the death of Sarah M. Cornell. Sung by Mrs. John Thomas. On the death of Sarah Marian Cornell, supposed to have been murdered by the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery. In December last at Tiverton, Rhode Island. The body was found

Robert Keyworth to Sarah Yorke Jackson, December 8, 1834

T. J. Abbott to Sarah Yorke Jackson, December 2, 1834

Andrew Jackson to Sarah Yorke Jackson, October 3, 1835

John to Sarah Yorke Jackson, December 10, 1835

L. Besson & Son to Sarah Yorke Jackson, May 2, 1835

Andrew Jackson to Sarah Yorke Jackson, December 28, 1835

Darius Clagett & Co. to Sarah Yorke Jackson, March 12, 1835

R. E. Washington to Sarah Yorke Jackson

Robert Keyworth to Sarah Yorke Jackson, January 16, 1835

Andrew Jackson to Sarah Yorke Jackson, October 1, 1835

A. Gaubert to Sarah Yorke Jackson, June 16, 1835

Darius Clagett & Co. to Sarah Yorke Jackson, February 27, 1835

Annie Gaubert to Sarah Yorke Jackson, December 28, 1835

A. Kennedy to Sarah Yorke Jackson, February 26, 1835

Ann Hill to Sarah Yorke Jackson, September 26, 1835

Whitney & Ford to Sarah Yorke Jackson, October 6, 1835

W. H. Head to Sarah Yorke Jackson, July 2, 1835

Elizabeth Stoll to Sarah Yorke Jackson, January 9, 1835

Bradley & Catlett to Sarah Yorke Jackson, March 18, 1835

L. J. Levy to Sarah Yorke Jackson, September 3, 1835

M. Bowen to Sarah Yorke Jackson, May 7, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Sarah Yorke Jackson, March 23, 1836

Robert Keyworth to Sarah Yorke Jackson, May 18, 1836

A. Coyle to Sarah Yorke Jackson, March 23, 1836

L. J. Levy to Sarah Yorke Jackson, November 12, 1836

Mary Keyworth to Sarah Yorke Jackson, June 18, 1836

Elizabeth Stott to Sarah Yorke Jackson, June 18, 1836

A. Hill to Sarah Yorke Jackson, June 18, 1836

James M. Kiler to Sarah Yorke Jackson, February 21, 1837

R. Bihler to Sarah Yorke Jackson, March 2, 1837

John Sexsmith to Sarah Yorke Jackson, February 21, 1837

James M. Kiler to Sarah Yorke Jackson, February 20, 1837

Martin Rice to Sarah Yorke Jackson, February 20, 1837

Sarah York Jackson, daughter-in-law and White House hostess for President Jackson

[Emlen Cresson, his mother Sarah Emlen Cresson, his wife Priscilla Prichett Cresson, and his mother-in-law Mrs. Edith Hatten Prichett in a group family portrait]

Sarah Ann

[Sarah Josepha (Buell) Hale, 1788-1879, oval, half-length portrait]

Sacred to the memory of Sarah Elizabeth second daughter of Greenbury and Charity Solomon, Born July 12, 1834- died August 27, 1850 - Aged 16 years.- "May she rest in peace. The Christian's last thought at night. [6 stanzas of verse].

[Sarah Allister McAllister Grant, three-quarters length, seated in chair, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

R. C. McNairy & Company to Sarah Yorke Jackson, October 27, 1855

Thomas Farrell to Sarah Yorke Jackson, June 26, 1857

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and his wife, Sarah A. Dasher]

Mrs. Sarah A. Dasher, [...], Ga.

[Sarah and Susan Wilson] / Mumper.

Free trade & free lands of Magdalena. The Al clipper schooner Sarah ... is now loading ... [San Francisco, Francis & Valentine, printers [187-?]].

Letter from Sarah Fuller to Alexander Graham Bell, November 23, 1876

[Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923, full-length portrait, standing, left profile]

[Sarah Bernhardt, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left, in sea-diving costume as "The Ocean Empress"]

Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923

Sarah Bernhardt / Sarony, New York.

[Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923, three-quarters length portrait, standing, facing slightly right; wearing fur coat]

[Sarah Bernhardt]

[Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923, in 3 theatrical poses]

Sarah Childress Polk, wife of President J.K. Polk / photo of portrait by George Dury.

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, June 1, 1881

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, August 8, 1882

Letter from Eugene C. Moxley to Sarah Fuller, October 24, 1883

Letter to Sarah Fuller, April 29, 1884

[Civil War veteran John Wilson and Sarah Bowman Wilson]

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, November 17, 1885

The Bard of Shanty H'll, Sarah A. Kelly Nominated for Poet Lacureate [i.e. Laureate] of the United States. By an overwhelming majority of editors.

Letter from F. L. Radcliffe to Sarah Fuller, February 2, 1886

[Lillie Langtry and Sarah Bernhardt standing side by side]

Letter from John Hitz to Sarah Fuller, May 30, 1888

Letter from Arthur McCurdy to Sarah Fuller, June 11, 1889

Letter from John Hitz to Sarah Fuller, January 17, 1889

Telegram from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, February 4

Letter from Sarah Fuller to Alexander Graham Bell, August 31, 1891

Sarah Bernhardt, 1891

Letter from Sarah Fuller to Alexander Graham Bell, May 4, 1891

[Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923, full length, kneeling with arms raised, facing front]

Letter from Sarah Fuller to Alexander Graham Bell, September 1, 1892

Invitation from Sarah Fuller, April 20, 1892

Sitting in the sun / Sarah J. Eddy, Providence, R.I.

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, April 28, 1893

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, October 12, 1893

Letter from Arthur McCurdy to Sarah Fuller, July 25, 1895

Letter from Arthur McCurdy to Sarah Fuller, December 12, 1895

Letter from Arthur McCurdy to Sarah Fuller, June 15, 1895

Letter from Arthur McCurdy to Sarah Fuller, August 11, 1895

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, February 3, 1896

Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923

Portrait photograph of Sarah Jewett

Sarah Bernhardt in Izeyl.

Sarah Bernhardt in Izeyl

Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923

A welcome interruption / Sarah J. Eddy.

Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923

Sarah Bernhardt, 1844-1923

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, November 2, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, December 22, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, February 8, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, October 18, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Sarah Fuller, December 21, 1898

Letter from Sarah Fuller to Alexander Graham Bell, January 23, 1899

[Signed trade binding book cover for "The Queen's Twin" by Sarah Orne Jewett, showing title of book between foliage and heart motif]