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The Pennsylvania society for discouraging the use of ardent spirits, to innkeepers, and the friends of order and economy in the State of Pennsylvania ... Philadelphia, Thomas Kite & Co. printers, Seventh and Carpenter Streets [1832].

Seventh ward beggars

Plan and sections of vestibule on Seventh Street

Seventh annual celebration of the birthday of Henry Clay, April 12, 1852. The Natal day song. Written and sung by William G. Mickell, Esq. [s. l.]

Hominy by a new process! Hughes hominy and samp mill! Patented Oct. 12, 1852 ... William Reading, sole agent. No. 226, Seventh street, Washington, D. C. March 1, 1855. Washington. Polkinhorn, printer, corner of 7th and D streets.

[Survey of the original landholdings in Washington D.C. in the area bounded by The Mall, North Capitol St., Tiber Creek, N St. N.W., and Seventh St. N.W.] /

[Survey of the original landholdings in Washington D.C. in the area bounded by The Mall, North Capitol St., Tiber Creek, N St. N.W., and Seventh St. N.W.] /

Pertinent questions'. Why does Jefferson Davis look so thin? Why is Stephens so singularly boney? .... The fact that neither of them have ever called at M. Samstag's Nos. 462 and 464, Seventh street and consequently neither have ever tasted his

U.S. Capitol - Seventh [i.e, Senate] Chamber, c. 1873

5,000 U. S. volunteers wanted to assist in carrying off part of these goods. The National Union store, just opened this day, at 512 Seventh street. Immense sacrifice! $5000 worth of fine gold & plated jewelry ... Washington, D. C. H. Polk

The Seventh Street Market

Camp Cameron, Georgetown, D.C., the encampment of the Seventh Regiment New York State Militia ; Service by Rev. Dr. Weston, chaplain of the Seventh Regiment, at Camp Cameron, on Sunday, May 5th, 1861 /

Festival of the Seventh Avenue Sunday School, Wednesday evening, May 28, 1862 ... New York Baker & Godwin, printer. [1862].

Map illustrating the operations of the Seventh Division under Brig. General G.W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee during a portion of the year 1862

Pawnee Killer and his braves Discovering the remains of Lieutenant Kidder and ten men of the Seventh United States Cavalry / / sketched by T.R. Davis.

Desperate battle between the Cheyennes and Company C Seventh U.S. Cavalry near Fort Wallace, June 26, 1867

Captain Louis M. Hamilton / photo by Slee Brothers, Poughkeepsie ; General Custer's command marching to attack the Cheyenne village ; The Seventh U.S. Cavalry charging into Black Kettle's village at daylight, November 27, 1868.

Seventh Regiment armory

New York City - first annual ball of the Skidmore Guard, a colored military organization, at the Seventh Avenue Germania assembly rooms

[Seventh Regiment Memorial, New York City. Rendering]

July 4th, 1876. The Centennial celebration in Philadelphia - The Seventh regiment, N.G.S. N.Y., passing under the arch in Chestnut Street

Map illustrating the operations of the Seventh Division under Brig. General G. W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, during a portion of the year 1862

Kansas--burial at Fort Leavenworth, August 4th, of the remains of the officers of the Seventh United States Cavalry, killed with General Custer by Sitting Bull, at the Battle of Little Big Horn, June 25th, 1876 / from a sketch by J. Howell.

"Our" Seventh - Fair financiering of the curled darlings

House in which Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, Seventh and Market Streets, Philadelphia

Seventh Street, N.W., Washington

The massacre of the Chinese at Rock Springs, Wyoming / drawn by T. de Thulstrup from photographs by Lieutenant C.A. Booth, Seventh United States Infantry.

Seventh prince

Rutger and Seventh Sts., where seven lives were lost, St. Louis tornado

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Seventh Station

The Via Dolorosa. Jerusalem. Seventh Station of the Cross. (Typical covered street).

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Seventh Station, Gate of Justice

Karnak. Seventh and eighth pylons

Hotel Radisson and 7 St. [Seventh Street], Minneapolis, Minn.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Interior of Seventh Station.

Seventh Street, St. Paul, Minn.

Seventh Avenue, Asbury Park, N.J.

Seventh Street from Wabashaw, St. Paul, Minn.

Seventh and Wood St., Vineland, N. J.

Group from school #1, Buffalo, N.Y. (from left to right) 1. Michael Giglia, 48 Carolina St., 10 years old last summer. The whole family string beans at S. Haven and Albion, N.Y. 2. Anthony Litterie, 79 Seventh St., 9 years old last summer. Worked from 7 A.M. to 6 P.M., sometimes in the evening stringing beans and hulling strawberries in sheds, N. Collins, N.Y. 3. Vito Bargio, 48 Carolina St., 12 years old last summer. Stringing beans in sheds of Albion, N.Y. and returned to school Oct. 17th. 4. Ben Madonia, 205 Seventh St., 9 years old last summer. Stringing beans in sheds, Hamburg, N.Y., sometimes until 8 P.M. Entered school on time, good record. 5. Sam Pecararo, 107 Trenton Ave., 9 years old last summer. Stringing beans in sheds, Hamburg, N.Y. Worked until 8 P.M. sometimes. Entered school Nov. 18th, but has good record, nevertheless. Buffalo, N.Y. 6. Charles Ponnepinto, 106 Seventh Ave., 8 years old last summer. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Group from school #1, Buffalo, N.Y. (from left to right) 1. Michael Giglia, 48 Carolina St., 10 years old last summer. The whole family string beans at S. Haven and Albion, N.Y. 2. Anthony Litterie, 79 Seventh St., 9 years old last summer. Worked from 7 A.M. to 6 P.M., sometimes in the evening stringing beans and hulling strawberries in sheds, N. Collins, N.Y. 3. Vito Bargio, 48 Carolina St., 12 years old last summer. Stringing beans in sheds of Albion, N.Y. and returned to school Oct. 17th. 4. Ben Madonia, 205 Seventh St., 9 years old last summer. Stringing beans in sheds, Hamburg, N.Y., sometimes until 8 P.M. Entered school on time, good record. 5. Sam Pecararo, 107 Trenton Ave., 9 years old last summer. Stringing beans in sheds, Hamburg, N.Y. Worked until 8 P.M. sometimes. Entered school Nov. 18th, but has good record, nevertheless. Buffalo, N.Y. 6. Charles Ponnepinto, 106 Seventh Ave., 8 years old last summer. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Ontario County Suffrage Association' Seventh Annual Convention

125th St., west from 7th [Seventh Avenue], New York, N.Y.

Pennsylvania Railroad Station, New York city : Seventh Avenue and Thirty-Second Street, looking towards Long Island /

The famous New York Seventh, just after reaching Washington in April 1861

Minneapolis skyline from Nicollet & Seventh, Aug. 23, 1911

Seventh Day Adventists of Wisconsin, in anual [sic] state convention, held at Wausau, Wis., June 20th to 30th, 1912

Solomon Sickle, 11 yr. old gum vendor, 321 Seventh St., Washington, D.C., Says he sells until 8 P.M. Very illiterate, been in this country only six months. Location: Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia.

Camp, Fourth & Seventh Infantry, Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

John Johnson dog team, winners of the Seventh All Alaska Sweepstakes, April 13, 1914

Dog team at Seventh All Alaska Sweepstakes, April 13, 1914

Seventh annual Dog Show of the Washington Kennel Club

Charles Kaufman & Sons, a clothing store at 431-33 Seventh St., N.W., Washington, D.C.

[People's Drug Store, Washington, D.C., looking south on Seventh Street, N.W., from Massachusetts Avenue]

North from Seventh & Broadway

WISCONSIN GIRL RECEIVES GORGAS AWARD FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 5. MISS HELEN MAE COLLENTINE, A SENIOR STUDENT AT MESSMER HIGH SCHOOL, MILWAUKEE, WI, RECEIVING FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY THE FIRST HENRY L. DOHERTY PRIZE OF$500 IN THE SEVENTH ANNUAL GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST. THE SUBJECT ASSIGNED WAS 'GORGAS CONTROL OF TRANSMISSIBLE AND [...] PREVENTABLE DISEASES.' THOUSANDS OF JUNIOR AND SENIOR STUDENTS REPRESENTING HIGH SCHOOLS IN ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES PARTICIPATED IN THE CONTEST WHICH IS CONDUCTED BY THE GORGAS MEMORIAL INSTITUTE AS PART OF ITS HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM. THE AWARD ALSO INCLUDED $200 FOR MISS COLLENTINE'S TRIP TO WASHINGTON. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MISS COLLENTINE, MRS. HENRY DOUHERTY; ADMIRAL CARY GRAYSON, DIRECTOR OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS; AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

Background for Hightstown project photographs. Seventh Avenue and West 28th Street, New York. Garment workers leave the factories for noon hour

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AWARDS THE SCHIFF TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 14. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESENTED THE SCHIFF TROPHY FOR MAXIMUM SAFETY IN NAVAL AVIATION OPERATIONS TO THE SEVENTH PATROL SQUADRON WHICH OPERATED 4,903 HOURS IN THE AIR FROM ITS SAN DIEGO BASE LAST YEAR WITHOUT AN ACCIDENT. DURING THE PERIOD OF COMPETITION, THE UNIT WAS KNOWN AS SQUADRON SEVEN, COMMANDED BY LT. COMMANDER SILAS B. MOORE WHO IS NOW STATIONED IN HONOLULU. BUT SINCE HAS BEEN REDESIGNATED AS SQUADRON ELEVEN, NOW COMMANDED BY LT. COMMANDER FRANK T. WARD, JR., WHO ACCEPTED THE TROPHY FROM THE PRESIDENT. L TO R: LT. COMMANDER FRANK T. WARD; WILLIAM SCHIFF, DONOR OF THE TROPHY; ACTING SECRETARY OF THE NAVY CHARLES EDISON; ADMIRAL WILLIAM R. STARK, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS; ADMIRAL J.H. TOWERS, CHIEF OF NAVAL AIR CORPS; AND WALTER C. BRYAN OF THE TROPHY COMMITTEE. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS SEATED

PRESIDENT BROADCASTS ON 7TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE A.A.A. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 8. ASKING CONTINUED SUPPORT FOR THE NEW DEAL, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TONIGHT BROADCASTED ON THE SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE THREE A'S TO FARMERS OF AMERICA, HUNDREDS OF WHOM WERE AT 'FARMER DINERS' LISTENING IN. THE PRESIDENT SAID THAT THE NEW DEAL USED TWO 'TOOLS OF DEMOCRACY', THE RECIPROCAL TRADE ACT AND THE FARM CONSERVATION PROGRAM, TO HOLD AMERICAN MARKETS ABROAD AND TO PRESERVE DEMOCRACY AT HOME. P.M.G. FARLEY AND SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE ALSO JOINED THE PROGRAM, FARLEY FROM NEW YORK AND WALLACE FROM THE WHITE HOUSE. SECRETARY WALLACE CALLED F.D.R. THE 'FARMER'S GREATEST FRIEND' EVER IN THE WHITE HOUSE

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT OBSERVES SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY IN WHITE HOUSE. PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT BEGINS HIS EIGHTH YEAR IN THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY AND OBSERVED THE ANNIVERSARY OF HIS INAUGURATION BY ATTENDING SERVICES AT ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH TODAY. THE PRESIDENT, TANNED AND RUGGED FROM HIS SEA TRIP, WAS JOINED AT THE CHAPEL BY A GROUP OF HIS CLOSEST GOVERNMENT INTIMATES, CABINET MEMBERS, CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS AND ADVISORS. THIS PICTURE WAS TAKEN AFTER THE SERVICES-L TO R: MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; MRS. SARA DELANO ROOSEVELT, MOTHER OF THE PRESIDENT; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND MRS. ENDICOTT PEABODY, WIFE OF THE HEAD MASTER OF GROTON SCHOOL WHERE MR. ROOSEVELT PREPARED FOR HARVARD

New York, New York. North side of 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues

Edward R. Stettinius Jr., and President Roosevelt. Edward R. Stettinius Jr., lend-lease Administrator, discusses the Seventh lend-lease Report which he has just handed to the President for transmittal to congress. The report showed that lend-lease aid had increased more than a third in the last three months and was now being provided at the rate of $10,000,000,000 a year

New York. New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York. New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York. New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York. New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

Policeman confronts a group at Seventh Ave. and 126th St. during renewed violence in Harlem / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick De Marsico.

Incident at 133rd St. and Seventh Ave. last night as Harlem was torn by disorder for second time / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick De Marsico.

Street statue of a garment worker on Seventh Avenue in Manhattan in the heart of New York City's Garment District

Portable sign to advertise Sunday services, of Little Widow's Mite M. B. Church, placed on the Bronx temple. Seventh Day Adventist Church, where they rent space, Willis Ave. at E. 147th St., Bronx, 2004

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

The Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, located at 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

Dusk view of a portion of the Fort Worth, Texas, skyline, taken from the new Seventh Street Bridge, a 2013 replacement for a long-standing bridge over the Trinity River

View of a portion of the Fort Worth, Texas, skyline, taken from the new Seventh Street Bridge, a 2013 replacement for a long-standing bridge over the Trinity River

Dusk view of a portion of the Fort Worth, Texas, skyline, taken from the new Seventh Street Bridge, a 2013 replacement for a long-standing bridge over the Trinity River

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Garage, 1940 feet South of December Seventh Avenue; 950 feet East of C Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Fuel Storage Silo, 980 feet South of December Seventh Avenue; 320 feet West of D Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Area B, Building 70, Fuel & Oil Test Laboratory, East side of C Street between Sixth & Seventh Streets, Dayton, Montgomery County, OH

700 Seventh Street Northwest (Commercial Building), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home, 419 Seventh Street, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

Minneapolis Warehouse District, Litin Paper Company, Seventh Avenue, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, MN

Sacred Heart Church, Seventh Avenue, Jeannette, Westmoreland County, PA

M. Leibovitz Building, 1818 East Seventh Avenue, Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

Peter Elliott House, Harrison & Seventh Streets, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Delivers address of welcome to word industrialists. Washington, D.C., Sept. 19. George S. Messersmith, Assistant Secretary of State, delivering for Secretary Hull and address of welcome to delegates from all over the world attending the Seventh International Management Congress which convened at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce here today, 9/19/38

Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Laundry Warehouse, 850 feet South of December Seventh Avenue; 190 feet East of D Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO

210 South Seventh Street (House), 210 South Seventh Street, Jeannette, Westmoreland County, PA

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