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Boston, October 22, 1779. Whereas Colonel Sheldon has, by insinuations base and dishonorable, calumniated the memory of my deceased brother Captain Stoddard. Conscious of the rectitude and innocence of his conduct ... [Boston, 1779].

Luther H. Sheldon to Andrew Jackson, December 15, 1838

Rev. R. Sheldon

Rev. R. Sheldon

Rev. R. Sheldon

W. W. Coles and John Sheldon to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 05, 1859

Hon. Daniel Sheldon Norton of Minn.

Hon. Porter Sheldon of N.Y.

Hon. Lionel Allen Sheldon of La.

George D. Sheldon to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 23, 1865 (Explanation for nondelivery of telegram)

Dr. Sheldon Jackson and government P.O. inspector enroute to Dawson City, Alaska

[Sheldon painting]

Back bay from Col. Sheldon's residence, Ocean Springs, Miss.

Rev. C.M. Sheldon

[Sheldon Hotel, Wildwood, N.J.]

Gertrude Sheldon

Indian children from the Sheldon Jackson School

[Sheldon painting]

SHELDON, G.L. GOVERNOR

SHELDON, G.L. GOVERNOR

[Sheldon Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich.]

Sheldon, IA

Gov. Sheldon on Taft train

Gov. Sheldon, introducing Taft in Neb.

Gov. Sheldon

Carnegie Library, Sheldon, Iowa

[Entrances of moving picture theaters, (Chicago?), no. 7, Sheldon Theatre]

Sheldon, Iowa

Mrs. G.R. Sheldon, standing at chair

Mrs. John Sheldon, McCandlen[?] house

Lesla Sheldon

Geo. R. Sheldon, portrait bust

Luther Perdue, 114 Sheldon St. Said 9 years old. Been working 6 months in High Point Hosiery Mill, N.C. Works all day now, making about $3.00 a week. Said he expects to go to school later. "We live outside the Corporation and school begins late" (a chance for children to evade school attendance and work). Location: [High Point, North Carolina]

Luther Purdue, 114 Sheldon St. Said 9 years old. Been working 6 months in High Point Hosiery Mill, N.C. Works all day, making about $3.00 a week. Said he expects to go to school later. "We live outside the Corporation and school begins late" (a chance for children to evade school attendance and work). Location: High Point, North Carolina.

SHELDON, MISS CAROLYN B. AT DESK

Edward Sheldon

Edward Sheldon

SHELDON, MISS CAROLYN B. AT DESK

SHELDON, MISS CAROLYN B. AT DESK

SHELDON, MISS CAROLYN B. AT DESK

Yale Varsity, 1914 Low, Meyer, Titus, Sheldon, Sturtevant, Rogers, McHenry, Appleton, McLane

Mrs. Lydig [i.e. Lydia] Hoyt, Mrs. G.F. Baker Jr., Mrs. J.B. Eustis [i.e. Eustice], Capt. H. Sheldon

[Sheldon house (Montecito, Calif.). Sketch elevation, first floor plan, and second floor plan]

Harold P. Sheldon, Chief U.S. Game Warden, [7/15/26]

Colonel H.P. Sheldon, U.S. Game Commissioner, and Hon. R.W. Dunlap, Assist. Secretary of Agriculture, aboard the new speedboat recently purchased by the Department of Agriculture for use in enforcing the migratory bird law in the Potomac River. The boat is fully equipped, and will run 30 miles an hour

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Tomotley, Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Tomotley, Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

H.D. Sheldon, residence in New Vernon, New Jersey. Oblique down view of staircase

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Tomotley, Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Tomotley, Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Tomotley, Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Tomotley, Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Prince William's Church, Sheldon Church (ruins), Sheldon, Beaufort County, South Carolina

Mr. Charles L. Sheldon

Mr. Charles L. Sheldon

Vat in which paper pulp is churned at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Dairy barn near Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Loading corn on a farm near Sheldon, Vermont

Loading corn on a farm near Sheldon, Vermont

French-Canadian farmers who are gathering corn on a farm near Sheldon, Vermont

Section of a large rolling paper machine at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill. Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Loading corn on a farm near Sheldon, Vermont

In the Missiquoi Corporation paper mill. Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Weighing milk as it comes in from the farmers at the United Farmers' Cooperative Creamery in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Section of a large rolling machine at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

One of the last stages in making paper at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont. One of the machines that grinds wood into pulp at the Mississquoi Corp Corporation paper mill, Sheldon Springs, Vermont

The blacksmith shop in Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

In the United Farmers' Cooperative Creamery in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Cooling unit for cream at the United Farmers' Cooperative Creamery in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Loading corn on a farm near Sheldon, Vermont

Sheldon Springs, Vermont paper as it comes off the rollers at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill

Testing the pulp at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Paper pulp being rolled out at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Trimming paper at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

In the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill. Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Loading corn on a farm near Sheldon, Vermont

One of the machines that grinds wood into pulp at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill, Sheldon, Springs, Vermont

Milk cans on moving belt, just out of the washing machine. The United Farmers' Cooperative Creamery, Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Paper pulp being churned in a large vat at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill at Sheldon Springs, Vermont

French-Canadian farmers who are gathering corn on a farm near Sheldon, Vermont

Loading corn on a farm near Sheldon, Vermont

Railroad car and wood pile at the Missisquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Paper wrapped up and ready for shipping at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill. Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Stirring paper pulp in a large vat at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Paper pulp at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Starting a new roll of paper at the receiving end of the large rolling machine. At the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill. Sheldon Springs, Vermont

One of the machines that grinds wood into pulp at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill at Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Counting card board at the Mississquoi Corporation paper mill in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Pasteurizing unit for cream at the United Farmers' Cooperative Creamery in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

Cooling unit for skim milk at the United Farmers' Cooperative Creamery in Sheldon Springs, Vermont

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