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Thomas Jefferson to John Sinclair, July 2, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to John Sinclair, July 25, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to John Sinclair, August 24, 1791

John Sinclair to Thomas Jefferson, June 20, 1797, Resolution

Thomas Jefferson to John Sinclair, March 12, 1797

Thomas Jefferson to John Sinclair, April 28, 1798

Wheat Fan [and] Sinclair's Sowing Machine

John Anderson, my Jo, a Scotch Air, sung by Sinclair, arranged by Kozeluch

The orphans prayer / T. Sinclair's lith, Phila.

This is to certify that ... was duly elected a member of the above society on the ... day of ... 184-, and the pledge having been in due form administered to him he signed the same / Sinclair Lithr. Phila.

The ox "Pennsylvania" / T. McClelland pinxt. ; lith. of T. Sinclair, Phila.

Christian union / T. Sinclair's lith., Phil.

Dr. J.N. Keeler's infant cordial and carminative / Lith. of Thos. Sinclair, Phila.

St. Mary's Hall / lith. of T. Sinclair, Phila.

My New England home Words & music by L. Wade / / T. Sinclair's lith., Phila.

Mountains near the entrance of the Canada de las Uvas / Chas. Koppel ; T. Sinclair's lith., Phila.

Delivery of the President's letter / T. Sinclair's Lith., Philada.

Chief interpreter Moryamo Yenoski and Tako Juro interpreter / dag. by E. Brown, Jr. ; T. Sinclair's lith., Phila.

Reception at the castle of Shui / T. Sinclair's Lith., Philada.

Ancient castle of Na-Ga-Gus-Ko, Lew Chew / from nature by Heine ; figures by Brown ; T. Sinclair's Lith., Phila.

Japanese women, Simoda / dag. by E. Brown, Jr. ; T. Sinclair's lith., Phila.

Dinner at the Regents, Lew Chew / T. Sinclair's Lith., Phila.

View of Uraga, Yedo Bay / W. Heine ; T. Sinclair's Lith., Phila.

An evening at Oakland. Romance, composed & respectfully dedicated to the senior class of 1860, of Oakland Female Institute, by Thomas O'Neill / M. Whatley ; T. Sinclair's Lith, Philada.

Washington's grand entry into New York. Nov. 25th, 1783 / from an original drawing by Alphonse Bigot; Chromo Lith by T. Sinclair, Phila.

Col. W. Sinclair, 35th Pa Inf.

Col. W. Sinclair, 35th Pa Inf.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon of Philadelphia / J. Queen, del. & lith. ; T. Sinclair's Lith., 311 Chestnut St. Phila.

April shower mazurka / T. Sinclair's lith., Phila.

General Tom Thumb's grand wedding march, composed by E. Mack. Respectfully dedicated to General Tom Thumb & lady / T. (?) Sinclair lith., Phila.

Sinclair Tousey to Benjamin Field, Monday, February 22, 1864 (New York customs house)

The rivals / T. Sinclair's lith., Phila.

The Sinclair cottage, Ocean Springs, Miss.

Upton Sinclair, portrait bust, studio at 56 Fifth Ave., N.Y.

Baron Henry Sinclair Horne

Upton Sinclair

Upton Sinclair

Mrs. Upton Sinclair

A.H.M. Sinclair

Sinclair House, Bethlehem, White Mountains

SINCLAIR, JAMES. REPRESENTATIVE

LEWIS, SINCLAIR

SINCLAIR, JAMES. REPRESENTATIVE

[The Sinclair, Bethlehem, White Mtns., N.H.]

The Sinclair, Bethlehem, N.H.

The Sinclair, Bethlehem, White Mountains, N.H.

The Sinclair, Bethlehem, N.H.

The Sinclair, Bethlehem, N.H.

Upton Sinclair

[Author Upton Sinclair, in white suit with black arm band, picketing Rockefeller Building]

Sinclair Lewis, 1885-1951

Portrait photograph of Sinclair Lewis

Portrait photograph of Sinclair Lewis

Upton Sinclair

Jas. H. Sinclair, N.D.

Miss Sinclair (Helen)

Miss Sinclair (Helen)

P.H. Sinclair

Harry F. Sinclair, 1/22/23

P.H. Sinclair

P.H. Sinclair

[Guenevere (Sinclair) Gould, full-length portrait, standing on ship, facing right, with three children]

Harry F. Sinclair

Harry F. Sinclair, [3/24]

Harry F. Sinclair, multimillionaire oil magnate and his counsel at the Teapot Dome hearing, March 21st. Sinclair's counsel, led by Martin W. Littleton of N.Y., waged a 2 hr. legal battle with the oil committee in an efford to have their client excused from further questioning. Left to right: Martin W. Littleton, Col. J.W. Zevely, J.W. Simpson, Vice- Pres. of the Sinclair Oil Corp., Harry F. Sinclair, and G.T. Stanford

Harry F. Sinclair, multimillionaire oil magnate (left) and his counsel Martin W. Littleton. Teapot Dome hearing

Harry F. Sinclair & Martin W. Littleton, [3/24]

Will H. Hays, former Chairman of the Republican Nat'l Comm. and Postmaster General, under Pres. Harding testified before the Senate Comm. investigating the teapot dome oil leases. Hays emphatically devised that Harry Sinclair donated 75,000 shares of oil stock to the G.O.P. but admitted that the Repub. Nat'l Comm. accepted about $75,00 from Sinclair to help wipe out the $1,600,000 deficit that occured during the last campaign

3 important figures connected with the Teapot Dome investigation. J.W. Zevely, Albert Fall and [...] Stanford, Attorney for Sinclair

H.G. Stanford, Attorney for Harry Sinclair who testified before the Senate Committee investigating the Teapot Dome oil lease

Harry F. Sinclair, multimillionaire oil magnate and his counsel at the Teapot Dome hearing, March 21st. Sinclair's counsel, led by Martin W. Littleton of N.Y., waged a 2 hr. legal battle with the oil committee in an efford to have their client excused from further questioning. Left to right: Martin W. Littleton, Col. J.W. Zevely, J.W. Simpson, Vice- Pres. of the Sinclair Oil Corp., Harry F. Sinclair, and G.T. Stanford

[William John Burns, detective, witness in Sinclair jury scandal, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / Photo by Bain News Service, New York.

What Harry Sinclair may face. This is a typical cell in the District of Columbia jail and probably the one that will be assigned to Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate if he is finally sentenced for contempt of the Senate. Justice Hitz of the District of Columbia Supreme Court was to have passed sentence today, April 11, but it was deferred for 30 days

Maybe Harry Sinclair's future temporary home. Harry Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate was to have been sentenced April 11, for contempt of the Senate. Justice Hitz of the District Supreme Court deferred sentence for 30 days. Sinclair is expected to carry cas [...] to the Supreme Court. This picture shows the wing in the District of Columbia jail in which would be located Sinclair's cell should sentence [...] inally given

Will guard over Sinclair. If jail sentence is passed on Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate for contempt of the Senate, Major W.L. Peak, assistant superintendent, in charge of the District of Columbia jail will have the job of assigning his cell and seeing that he obeys all rules of the institution. Major Peak is shown here at his desk in the jail

Will guard over Sinclair. If jail sentence is passed on Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate for contempt of the Senate, Major W.L. Peak, assistant superintendent, in charge of the District of Columbia jail will have the job of assigning his cell and seeing that he obeys all rules of the institution. Major Peak is shown here at his desk in the jail

President Coolidge receives winners of essays on safety lesson. The winners in the national safety lesson essay contest conducted by the Highway Education Board were received by President Coolidge today. In the center of the photograph, left to right: Rep. W.W. Arnold of Illinois; Senator Charles S. Deneen of Illinois; Chloe Hawkins, writer of best essay among elementary school pupils; President Coolidge; Miss Anna M. Keedy, of Minot, North Dakota, winner over 80,000 elementary school teachers; Senator Frazier of North Dakota; and Rep. Sinclair of North Dakota

Will Hays appears before Senate Oil Investigating Committee. Will H. Hays, former Chairman of the Republican National Committee and now czar of the movies, testifying before the Senate Teapot Dome Committee at the Capitol today. Hays appeared in answer to the committee's request for an explanation of the $75,000 Republican campaign contribution collected from Harry F. Sinclair

Into the open. Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate faced a battery of cameras and flash guns as he stepped, a free man, from the District Jail, shortly after midnight, last night

Floor of New York Stock Exchange: with Sinclair crowd

MRS. ROOSEVELT RECEIVES C.A.R. DELEGATES. DELEGATES TO THE FORTIETH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE CHILDREN OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION WERE RECEIVED BY MRS. ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT AND MRS. C.A. SWANN SINCLAIR, NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE C.A.R.

The Federal Theater Div. of W.P.A. presents "It can't happen here" [by] Sinclair Lewis

Dorothy Thompson, Journalist. Prominent member [of] NWP [National Woman's Party]. Lectured on feminism at Carleton Hotel, Wash[ington], D.C., Feb. 1936. For Benefit of Equal Rights Amendment Fund. (Wife of Sinclair Lewis, Novelist).

[Portrait of Sy Sinclair]

[Portrait of Sy Sinclair]

[Portrait of Sy Sinclair]

[Sinclair gas station, Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania]

500 pea pickers in field of large-scale Sinclair ranch, newly planted to peas. Near Calipatria, California

Brawley, Imperial Valley. In Farm Security Administration (FSA) migratory labor camp. Family of mother, father and eleven children, originally from near Mangrum, Oklahoma, where he had been tenant farmer. Came to California in 1936 after the drought. Since then has been traveling from crop to crop in California, following the harvest. Six of the eleven children attend school wherever the family stops long enough. Five older children work along with the father and mother. February 23, two of the family have been lucky and "got a place" (a day's work) in the peas on the Sinclair ranch. Father had earned about one dollar and seventy-three cents for ten-hour day. Oldest daughter had earned one dollar and twenty-five cents. Form these earnings had to provide their transportation to the fields twenty miles away. Mother wants to return to Oklahoma, father unwilling.She says, "I want to go back to where we can live happym live decent, and grow what we eat." He says, "We can't go the way I am now. We've got nothing in the world to farm with. I made my mistake when I came out here."

In Farm Security Administration (FSA) migratory labor camp. Family, mother, father and eleven children, originally from Oklahoma, where he had been a tenant farmer. Came to California in 1936 after drought. Since then have been traveling from crop to crop in California following the harvest. Six of the children attend school wherever the family stops long enough with mother and father. February 23, two of the family had been lucky and "got a place" (a day's work) in the peas on the Sinclair Ranch. Father had earned one dollar and seventy-three cents for ten hours a day. Oldest daughter had earned one dollar and twenty-five cents. From these earnings had to provide transportation to the fields twenty miles away. Mother wants to return to Oklahoma, father unwilling. She says, "I want to go back home where we can live happy, live decent, and grow what we eat." Brawley, Imperial Valley, California

Pea harvest. Large-scale industrialized agriculture on Sinclair Ranch. Imperial Valley, California

Near Calipatria. Five hundred pea pickers in field of large-scale Sinclair Ranch newly planted to peas. California

Pea pickers coming into weigh master. 500 pea pickers in field of large-scale Sinclair Ranch, newly planted to peas. Near Calipatria, California

Pea pickers coming in to the weigh master. Near Calipatria, California. Sinclair Ranch

Pea harvest. Large-scale industrialized agriculture on Sinclair Ranch. Imperial Valley, California

Pea field during harvest on Sinclair Ranch, near Calipatria, Imperial Valley, California. Cars between the fields belong to field bosses, weighers, packers, and pickers, of whom there were 500 in the field on the day this photograph was made

500 pea pickers in field of large-scale Sinclair Ranch. Newly planted to peas. Near Calipatria, California

British and American Production and Resources Board. British and American members of combined Production and Resources Board at press conference held July 31, 1942. Left to right: Sir Robert Sinclair, Captain Lyttleton's deputy on the board; Donald M. Nelson, board member; J. S. Knowlson, Mr. Nelson's deputy on the board

British and American Production and Resources Board. British and American members of combined Production and Resources Board at press conference held July 31, 1942. Left to right: Sir Robert Sinclair, Captain Lyttleton's deputy on the board; Donald M. Nelson, board member; J. S. Knowlson, Mr. Nelson's deputy on the board

San Augustine, Texas. Mr. Ritchie, a Sinclair distributor