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At a General Assembly of the Governor and company of the Colony of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, by Special order of his honor the governor, the fourteenth day of June, Anno Domini, 1776 Whereas the troops now rasing in this Colony must be fu

Special message of the governor, to the Senate and House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. and to the members thereof ... David R. Porter. Executive Chamber April 16, 1840. Holbrook, Henlock & Bratton, printers.

Special notice. Royal Mail Through Line

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute. To J. & R. Lamb, For Church Furniture. The Altar, Reading Desk and Statue carvings by the above exhibitors are noble examples of carved wood work in the Gothic Style. Medal of Special Award. Exhibition of 1872 [signed] New York Nov. 20th, 1872]

[Invitation to attend the Special trains from Springfield to Washington.]

Proclamation! Headquarters, Alexandria, Va., May 26, 1861. Special orders No. L. Capt. Whittelsey, First Michigan infantry, is detailed for duty as Provost Marshal of this city ... Cll. O. B. Willcox. Headquarters, Alexandria, May 26, 1861. Orde

John E. Wool, Friday, November 01, 1861 (Special Order on "colored contrabands")

People's picnic and grand excursion to Highland Grove, Friday, July 18th, 1862 ... Special trains of cars will leave the Maine Railroad Depot, Haymarket Square, at 8 30 A.M., 12 M. and 2 30 P.M ... Boston. I. G. Blanchard, printer.

William S. Rosecrans, Friday, May 29, 1863 (Special Orders No. 146)

David Hunter, Thursday, February 19, 1863 (Special Orders; signed by Charles G. Halpine)

New military road near the Chain Bridge, Virginia / From a sketch by our Special Artist with the Grand Army of the Potomac.

Edwin M. Stanton, Wednesday, April 20, 1864 (Special Order concerning death sentences)

Daily Monitor Extra. Special dispatches, arrest of Booth, [Newspaper].

Southern tombstones; an inside view of Dixie. Taken by our "Special Artist" after the Rebellion.

Sherman's address to his army. Headquarters Military division of the Mississippi, in the field, Washington, D.C. May 30, 1865. Special field orders. No. 76. [Signed] W. T. Sherman, Major General. [Washington, D.C. 1865.].

"Sanitaria," or Homes for discharged, disabled soldiers ... Fred N. Knapp, Supt. of Special relief, U. S. Sanitary commission. Washington, D. C., May 5, 1865.

Special religious services will be continued in Vine St. Church, Boston Highlands, this week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings ... Vine Street Church, May 10th, 1869.

Running the guantlet. Special course for colored cadets at West Point

Appeal ... The Hon. James G. Blaine, as Chairman of a Special committee, submitted the following appeal which was unanimously adopted ... Washington, D. C. October 1881.

Circular No. 1. The World's industrial and cotton exposition. New Orleans. Department of installation. Special announcement. New Orleans. March 15th, 1884.

Sunday Press. Special features for Nov. 1, 1896

Special notice. This plan, supported by twelve hundred (counting yourself as one) of our energetic minds, must from the very foundation principles of the work soon girdle the earth with a band of true brotherhood. We ask ... that each and every

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; American National Red Cross, 1878-1957; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Correspondence; Special; Hubbell, Julian B., 1898-1901, undated

2nd Special Service Battalion, Canadian Infantry--parade /

5 Ave. Special Police

Detroit Photographic Co.'s Special

The Albert M. Bender Room, reading and administrative center for the Division of Special Collections ... Warren W. Ferris scripsit.

Detroit Photographic Co.'s Special

Fifth Ave. Special Dective

Special operating room. Ward G, COMFORT

Detroit Photographic Co.'s Special

An Act in Relation to the Rights of Residence to Vote at Special Tax Elections in Cities of Third Class

A bear was on the engine of the President's Special, it was in a bad humor and snarled viciously at the President when he went near it / De Mar.

Special starring record engagement of the world's famous jail breaker, Houdini the only and original handcuff king.

Geneva Political Equality Club; encourages voting in Special Tax Election

Special

The Right of Representation of Taxpayer in Town, Villages and Cities of the third-class at Special Tax Elections

Pension Office (Special Examiners)

Herding on the Plains / F.M. Steele, Special Photographer, C.R.I. & P. Railway System.

Special school election held

Special privilege / J.S. Pughe.

Special attaction Hardeen the handcuff king.

H.M. Flagler's Special, first train crossing Long Key Viaduct, 2.7 miles long, Long Key, Fla.

National American Woman Suffrage Association form letter re "Special Party" train from Chicago to Seattle 1909 Convention

Special Cars for Senator John Raine's Funeral

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' JAMES J. HILL BEFORE COMMITTEE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' JAMES J. HILL BEFORE COMMITTEE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' JAMES J. HILL BEFORE COMMITTEE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' YOUNG OF MI; BARTLETT OF GA; STANLEY OF KY, CHAIRMAN; BEALL OF TX; LITTLETON OF NY; McGILLICUDDY OF ME.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' YOUNG OF MI; BARTLETT OF GA; STANLEY OF KY, CHAIRMAN; BEALL OF TX; LITTLETON OFNY; McGILLICUDDY OF ME.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' YOUNG OF MI; BARTLETT OF GA; STANLEY OF KY, CHAIRMAN; BEALL OF TX; LITTLETON OFNY; McGILLICUDDY OF ME.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTE OF BANKING AND CURRENCY TO INVESTIGATE 'MONEY TRUSTS,' KNOWN AS 'PUJO COMMITTEE.' McMORRAN OFMI; HAYES OF CA; NEELEY OF KS; GUERNSEY OF ME; PUJO OF LA, CHAIRMAN; DAUGHTERY OF MO; BYRNES OF SC; A CLERK; HEALD OF DE; A CLERK; SAMUEL

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. JUDICIARY. SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTEE WHICH SAT AT MACON, GA, 1/19/1914, TO INVESTIGATE CHARGES AGAINST JUDGE SPEAR OF THE GEORGIA FEDERALCOURT. FLOYD OF AR; WEBB OF NC, CHAIRMAN; VOLSTEAD OF MN

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. JUDICIARY. SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTEE WHICH SAT AT MACON, GA, 1/19/1914, TO INVESTIGATE CHARGES AGAINST JUDGE SPEAR OF THE GEORGIA FEDERALCOURT. FLOYD OF AR; WEBB OF NC, CHAIRMAN; VOLSTEAD OF MN

Be sure to read this notice. Special attention is called to the fact that the doors of Convention Hall ... will be opened at 7 o'clock on the evening of the address, and will be closed at 8:15. The closing of the doors at 8:15 is necessary in or

Special edition of universal current events Latest views of our boys in the service / / J. Carl Mueller.

Group of messengers, mostly Metropolitan Messenger and Mailing Co., on Tremont Street at 3:15 p.m. Some of the sweller [i.e., smaller?] ones are: Timothy Sexton,325 Columbia Street, Cambridge. Harry S. Friedman, 93 Brighton Street, Boston. Joseph Selva, 6 Fourth Street, East Cambridge. George O. Mara, 10 Leyland Street. Smallest one is: Soll Hamber, 71 Madison Avenue, Everett. He is Messenger #18 for Special Delivery Messenger Co., 3 Somerset Street. Location: Boston, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

HARRISON, FAIRFAX, PRESIDENT, SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM; CHAIRMAN, SPECIAL COM. ON NATIONAL DEF., AMERICAN RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, 1918. RIGHT, WITH HALE HOLDEN

RUSSIAN MISSION TO U.S. ORONOVSKY, COL., RUSSIAN ARMY; BORODINE, PROF., MEMBER OF AGRICULTURE; BACHMETEFF, BORIS, SPECIAL AMBASSADOR TO U.S. AND HEAD OF RUSSIAN WAR MISSION; CHUTT, CAPT., RUSSIAN ARMY; GUNSBURG, BARON, SPECIAL ATTACHE; LOMONOSOFF, PROF.; ROOP, LT. GENERAL, CHIEF OF GENERAL STAFF, RUSSIAN ARMY; SAK, ENGINEER ATTACHE; SERGIEVSKY; KARPOVITCH, MILITARY ATTACHE; SERGIEVSKY; PERTZOFF, D.P.

A small messenger with a heavy load. Special delivery messenger #10. Taken in the morning near Common. Location: Boston, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

HARRISON, FAIRFAX, PRESIDENT, SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM; CHAIRMAN, SPECIAL COM. ON NATIONAL DEF., AMERICAN RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, 1918. RIGHT, WITH HALE HOLDEN

Special reprint of the city portion of the map of Washington, D.C., and vicinity /

Railroads. 42nd St. Special, General Electric Health Kitchen train I

Railroads. 42nd St. Special, General Electric Health Kitchen train II

Members of Special Panama Mission in Wash.

Coal strike brings hundreds of telegrams to Atty. Gen. Daughterty and Asst. Atty. Gen. Guy D. Goff, L. to R.: Asst. Atty. Gen. Goff, Atty. Gen. Daughterty, Warren F. Martin, Special Asst., and K.M. Carroll, Secy. and Asst. to the Atty. Gen.

3 new German envoys to Wash. holding their first meeting at the German embassy. Left to right: Karl von Lewinski, Privy Counselor; Dr. Wilhelm Kiesselbach, Special Emissary of German govt. before the American German War Claims Commission; and Dr. Otto. Kiep, new Counselor of the Embassy

President Harding's Special on Alaskan Railway, the President in engine cab

Special train for visiting realtors

Special train for visiting realtors

The Amer. delegates to the universal postal congress which convenes in Stockholm, Sweden, July 4th, 1924. Lft. to rt.: Jos. Stewart, Chmn. of the delegation and Executive Asst. to the Postmaster Gen.; E.R. White, Special Asst. to the 2nd Asst. Postmaster Gen., and Edwin Sands, Superintendent of foreign mails. They will sail on the Leviathan, June 14th

Special delivery

Special delivery

W.F. Martin, Special Asst. to former Atty. Gen. Daugherty leaving the Dept. of Justice for the White House to present Mr. Daugherty's resignation to the Pres.

Calvin Coolidge with Special Aviation board, Sept. 17, 1925

Rep. M.B. Madden before Special Aviation Board, [10/25]

Rep. M.B. Madden before Special Aviation Board, [10/25]

Paul A. Chase, Special Asst. to Attny. General

Members of Special Aviation Board leaving for air races, [10/8/25]

Admiral W.S. Simms before Special Aviation Board, [10/14/25]

McComb, Mississippi. Special train sponsored by the McComb Chamber of Commerce carrying farmers and businessmen to state agricultural college At Starkville in the interest of dairy development in Pike County

20th annual convention of the Special Libraries Ass'n, May 21-23rd, Wash., D.C., 1928

Congressman on Job for [...] Special Session of Congress, Members of the weaker sex were strongly represented when the special session of Congress opened at the Capitol today. Seven of the eight Congresswomen are shown in this picture made today with only Rep. Katherine Langley, of Kentucky, missing. In the front row, left to right: Rep. Pearl P. Oldfield, Arkansas; Rep. Mary T. Morton, New Jersey; Rep. Ruth Baker Pratt, New York; Back row, left to right: Rep. Ruth Bryan Owen, Florida; Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers, Massachusetts; and Rep. Florence Kahn, California

Heroes of Nicaraguan service receive decorations from Secretary of Navy. Seven officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps were presented with decorations for distinguished service in Nicaragua by Secretary of the Navy Charles Francis Adams today at the Navy Department. In this picture Secretary Adams is pinning the Distinguished Medal on Rear Admiral David Sellers, Judge Advocate General of the Navy, who was commander of the Special Service in Nicaragua from July 1927 to May 1929. Others in the picture are Lieut. Col. C.R. Wallace, U.S.M.C., who also received Distinguished Service Federal Lieut. Col. C. R. Sanderson; 2nd Lieut. E. H. Saltzman; 2nd Lieut. Earl S. Piper; 2nd Lieut. John S. Letcher, all of whom received the Navy Cross. Lieut. John B. O'Neill, U.S. Navy received a star in lieu of Navy Cross as was previously awarded the Cross

[Congressman on Job for [...] Special Session of Congress, Members of the weaker sex were strongly represented when the special session of Congress opened at the Capitol today; Edith Nourse Rogers, center front]

Special Haiti Commission submits report to President Hoover. The special Forbes Haitian Investigating Commission called on President Hoover today to present its report. It was expected that the drafting of the report woulld recommend the withdrawl of the American Marines from Haiti as soon as possible. In the photograph, left to right:William Allen White; Elie Vezina; W. Cameron Forbes, chairman; Henry P. Fletcher; and James Kearney

Special Fondness for B.B. [Benjamin Britten]

Chang Ching-hui, Civil Administrator of the Special Area, Eastern Provinces

S.E.C. strengthens staff for utility fight. Robert H. Jackson, left, former Assistant General Counsel for the Treasury Department, is a newly appointed Special Counsel for the Securities and Exchange Commission as that organization prepares for its fight to enforce the utility holding company law. Jackson is shown with Judge John J. Burns, General Counsel of SEC, who appointed him, and James M. Landis, Chairman of the commission, 11/27/35

Plotting for lobbies. Rep. Sol Bloom, D. of N.Y., left, and Rep. Wright Patman, D. of Tex., going into a hasty conference as they sit in a Special House Committee investigating "super lobbies" and come out with a [subpena?] for Robert W. Lyons, Counsel for several chain stor [...] 8/9/35

Special Skills Division, United States Resettlement Administration

Wants to be G-man to stop shipping graft. Ewing Y. Mitchell, ousted Ass't Sec. of Commerce, asks President Roosevelt for an appointment as a Special Assistant to the Attorney General with the responsibility for cleaning up graft and waste in the Department of Commerce. He wants a salary of $1 a year. He wrote to the president that the present administration faces a shipping scandal comparable to the Teapot Dome Oil Scandal, 6/18/35

Special Skills painting

Special Skills Division, United States Resettlement Administration

Special Skills painting

Special Skills painting

Special Skills painting

Special Skills painting

Congressional defiant served with subpoena. Wash. D.C. Robert W. Lyons, Counsel for several chain store organizations, is served with a subpoena by Deputy Sargeant-at-Arms Wm. A. Weber to force testimony before the Special House committee investigating "super lobbies." Myron Cohen, counsel for Lyons, is in the center, 8/9/35

Special Skills painting