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The Chesapeak ticket. First distridt. Philip Key. Second district. Joshua Seney, Third district William Pinckney. Fourth district Samuel Sterett. Fifth district, William V. Murray. Sixth district. Upton Sheredine. [1791?]

[Cut] Sixth naval victory. The U. S. Brig. Enterprize of 14 guns, commanded by Lieut. William Burrows, took after an engagement of 45 minutes, the British Brig of War Boxer, of 18 guns, Capt. Bluth, who with about 50 of his men were killed and w

Sixth ward. Workingmen's ticket. For collector S. S. Briggs. For register, Z. K. Offutt. For Surveyor. H. W. Ball. For alderman Robert Clarke. For Common Council. William Morgan, Henry Steward, Thomas E. Jacobs. For Assessor. John Russell. [June

Jefferson Market, Sixth Avenue, New York City / Tarbell, S. ; A. Hill.

[Four scenes from the riot in the Sixth Ward, New York City between the "Bowery Boys" and the "Dead Rabbits" showing: women and men throwing brickbats down on the police, a "Dead Rabbit," a "Bowery Boy," and a "Dead Rabbit," falling at the feet of policeman Shangles]

Sixth National Exhibition. Programme for Wednesday, October 27, [Richmond, 1858].

Mayor's Tiemann's race to the voting-place as the escort of United States soldiers / J.M.L. The voting-place, No. 488 Pearl Street, in the Sixth Ward, New York City.

Terrible loss of life! Burning of a tenement-house in Forty-fifth Street, near Sixth Avenue, on the morning of the 28th inst. / / sketched on the spot by our artist.

Dan Rice's great show. Sixth appearance of M'le Ella Zoyara in her unparalleled Scene of equitation. Saturday afternoon, March 3, 1860 ... Philadelphia U. S. Steam-Power Job Printing Office, Ledger Building [1860.].

[Envelope showing Confederate flag, addressed to Miss Lou Taylor, No. 461 Sixth St., Cincinnati, Ohio]

The War in Virginia - Battle of Rappahannock Station, Nov. 7 - a portion of Sedgwick's Sixth Corps, -- and the skirmishers of the 4th New York charging the Rebel works / sketched by -- Edwin Forbes.

Resumption of the draft - inside the Provost Marshal's office, Sixth District - the wheel goes round

Gen. Horatio G. Wright, Commander of "Bloody Sixth Corps"

Sixth Street, Sacramento City, Grammar School - Baptist Church, Masonic Hall

Sacramento - J Street from Sixth Street, laying the Nicolson Pavement

Booth's new theatre, Twenty-third Street and Sixth Avenue

[Tenth Street Studio Building, 51 West 10th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, New York, New York]

Our book bulletin- No. 11. Immense success of Buffalo land. Sixth thousand already in press! ... A word to our army of agents. E. Hannaford & Co., Publishers of first-class subscription books. Cincinnati, June 28, 1872.

The Great strike--the Sixth Maryland Regiment fighting its way through Baltimore / from a p[hotogr]aph by D. Bendann.

New York City--The development of rapid transit - the first train on the Gilbert Elevated Railroad passing through Sixth Avenue, near the Jefferson Market Police Court, April 29th

Sixth ward of Akron, formerly Middlebury, Summit Co., Ohio 1882.

Sixth response

Picture of three children found by the Humane Society in a shanty in an alley bounded by Four-and-a-half, Sixth, K and L Streets, in a deplorable condition--wretched and starving, their father dead, and their mother in a state of beastly intoxication / Estabrook, Washington, D.C.

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Sixth Station

Sixth Infantry in San Juan creek bottom under Spanish fire from San Juan Hill, July 1, 1898

[Christmas shoppers on Sixth Avenue, New York, New York]

[Main Street north from Sixth, Little Rock, Ark.]

Sixth Ave. up from Fourteenth St., New York

[Ainsworth Rand Spofford (1825-1908). Sixth Librarian of Congress, 1864-97]

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Sixth Station of the Cross, House of St. Veronica.

Sixth Street bridge, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Main St., north from 6th [Sixth Street], Little Rock, Ark.

Shoppers on Sixth Avenue, New York City

[West Twenty-third Street from Sixth Avenue, New York, N.Y.]

[Mouquin Restaurant & Wine Co., Sixth Avenue, New York, N.Y.]

Pittsburg flood, March 15th, 1907. Sixth Street

Sixth Street from Liberty Avenue

Sixth Street Market, Richmond, Va.

Lena Lochiavo, 11 years old, 209 W. Sixth St., Basket Seller, Sixth Street Market, Cincinnati. In front of saloon entrance. Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Sixth Street Market (typical vegetable men), Richmond, Va.

Sixth and Court Sts., Beatrice, Neb.

Sixth Street market, Richmond, Va.

Lena Lochiavo, 11 years old, 209 W. Sixth St., Basket Seller, Sixth Street Market, Cincinnati. In front of saloon entrance. Location: Cincinnati, Ohio.

Sixth Street market, Richmond, Va.

Nearly Sold Out! "Basket ! Five Cents Each!" Antoinette Siminger, 12 years old, 4219 Glenway Ave., Price Hill, Sixth St., Market, Cincinnati. 10 P.M. Had been selling since morning. Location: Cincinnati, Ohio.

23rd [Twenty-third] Street, east from 6th Ave. [Sixth Avenue], New York, N.Y.

Sixth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.

Lena Lochiavo, 11 years old, Basket Seller, Sixth St. Market, Cincinnati O. Saloon entrance. 11 P.M. Had been there since 10 A.M. and not yet sold out. Location: Cincinnati, Ohio.

Marie Costa, Basket Seller, 605 Elm St., Sixth St. Market, Cincinnati. 10 A.M., Saturday, Aug. 22 [?], 1908. Location: Cincinnati, Ohio.

Sixth Avenue above Nixon Theatre, Pittsburgh, Pa.

[Herald Square elevated railroad and Sixth Avenue near 34th Street, New York, N.Y.]

Thirty-Fourth St. & Sixth Ave. S.E. corner

4 P.M. Right - Frank Pristare, 456 Sixth St. 11 years old. Work "ain't good. Sells to a half-dozen customers, and a few extras. Spends all his money. Left - Chas. Ciensola, 115 Grand St. 14 years old and been selling 6 yrs. Mother takes in washing. Smokes hard, and attends tubercular clinic. Is in opportunity class, and grades no higher than 2 B. Compare with 10 year old boy. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

Johnnie Garvin, 7 yrs. old newsie. "I help Bruver." Lives 928 Twenty Sixth St., N.W., Washington, D.C. The brother, Martin, has a badge. Location: Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia.

Max Rosenthal (brother of David), 1220 Sixth St., S.W., Washington, D.C., 8 yrs. old, no badge. Very immature. Didn't know the name of the paper he was selling. Clever about whistling, singing and other tricks. Is much spoiled because of his precocity. Location: Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia.

Sixth symphony : Pastorale : Andante molto moto

Sixth symphony : Pastorale : Andante molto moto

Awaiting the finish at the Sixth All Alaska Sweepstakes

75 Sixth Grade children (colored) crowded into 1 small room in an old store building near Negro High School, with 1 teacher. See Bliss report. Location: Muskogee, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

[75 Sixth Grade children (colored) crowded into 1 small room in an old store building near Negro High School, with 1 teacher.] Location: [Muskogee, Oklahoma] / [Lewis W. Hine]

Official photo, State Historical Society, Co. C, Sixth Nebraska Infantry

The St. James Hotel, Sixth and Pennsylvania, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Sixth grade school room in the Latvian USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

[TEXAS BOY WINS $500. GEORGE A. DELHOMME, JR., OF HOUSTON, TEXAS, IS AWARDED THE DOHERTY PRIZE OF $500 AS WINNER OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, AWARDING THE PRIZE, IS HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE GORGAS MEMORIAL INSTITUTE]

TEXAS BOY WINS $500. GEORGE A. DELHOMME, JR., OF HOUSTON, TEXAS, IS AWARDED THE DOHERTY PRIZE OF $500 AS WINNER OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, AWARDING THE PRIZE, IS HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE GORGAS MEMORIAL INSTITUTE

[TEXAS BOY WINS $500. GEORGE A. DELHOMME, JR., OF HOUSTON, TEXAS, IS AWARDED THE DOHERTY PRIZE OF $500 AS WINNER OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, AWARDING THE PRIZE, IS HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE GORGAS MEMORIAL INSTITUTE]

Sixth Plenum Celebration Jewish section I W O New York

Kenya Colony. Nairobi. Sixth Avenue. Main thoroughfare

Background photograph for Hightstown project. Play street for children. Sixth Street and Avenue C, New York City. The Solomon family who are to be resettled at Hightstown, live in this neighborhood. This Resettlement Administration project includes two hundred and fifty homes, four hundred and fourteen acres of farmland, a modern factory, utilities, including water system, recreation area and lake. Each family will have a modern home and an opportunity to work in a cooperative factory. Also a small plot of land for raising garden vegetables

Kenya Colony. Nairobi. Sixth Avenue near the standard bank

Kenya Colony. Nairobi. Sixth Avenue showing the standard bank of S. Africa

Background photo for Hightstown project. Sixth Street and Avenue C, New York City, where the Solomon family do their shopping. In the street and displayed on newspaper. All socks for sale at ten cents the pair

Kenya Colony. Nairobi. Sixth Avenue near the Standard Bank

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Sign man, Sixth Avenue, New York, New York

Employment agency on Sixth Avenue, New York, New York

Employment agency, Sixth Avenue, New York, New York

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Employment agency, Sixth Avenue, New York, New York

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Employment agency, Sixth Avenue, New York, New York

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Forty-ninth Street near Sixth Avenue, New York, New York

New York photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Sixth and seventh grades rehearsing their play "Flies," written by NYA (National Youth Administration) girls for May Day-Health Day program at Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

Sixth and seventh grade boys constructing poultry yard fence. Brooder was built in their shop class at school. Flint River Farms, Georgia

Sachs Quality Furniture Inc., business at 150th and 3rd Ave., New York City. Sixth floor, maple shop

New York, New York. The Lincoln School of Teachers' College, Columbia University. Sixth grader making a clay bowl influenced by Latin American design

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Sixth grade class in current events in the Lititz Borough Public School. Students are studying about the route to Murmansk, its dangers, and the reason for using it

New York, New York. The Lincoln School of Teachers' College, Columbia University. Sixth graders working on an illuminated map of South America, showing resources

New York, New York. The Lincoln School of Teachers' College, Columbia University. Sixth graders working on an illuminated map of South America, showing resources

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Sixth grade class in current events in the Lititz Borough Public School. Students are studying about the route to Murmansk, its dangers, and the reasons for using it

New York, New York. The Lincoln School of Teachers' College, Columbia University. Sixth graders working on an illuminated map of South America, showing resources

Sixth Ave. and 8th St., Brooklyn, New York. 2

Sixth Ave. and 8th St., Brooklyn, New York. 1B