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City Hall subway station, New York

CHIEF EXECUTIVE RETURNS FROM WARM SPRINGS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. LOOKING THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY RETURNED FROM A SPRING VACATION AT WARM SPRINGS. BESIDES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT ON THE TRIP FROM HIS GEORGIA RETREAT, OTHERS AT UNION STATION WERE SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL AND SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU. LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

A short and sincere declaration, to our Honorable Assembly, and all others in high or low station of administration, and to all friends and inhabitants of this Country, to whose sight this may come be they English or Germans [A Mennonites protes

A short and sincere declaration, to our Honorable Assembly, and all others in high or low station of administration, and to all friends and inhabitants of this Country, to whose sight this may come be they English or Germans [A Mennonites protes

Thomas Jefferson, 1780, Instructions for Serving at Mail Station under William Galvan

An act to authorize the President to call out and station a corps of militia, in the four western counties of Pennsylvania, for a limited time.

The universal right of suffrage is in danger from the Bryan's Station ticket

A complete list of the American navy. showing the name, number of guns, commander's name, and station of each vessel, to October, 1813- Including those on the lakes. [1813].

Wooding Station on the Mississippi

Entrance to the Liverpool [railroad] Station

New York Bay: from the telegraph station

The Capitol from the railway station, Washington, U.S., July 29, 1846

City of New-York, Brooklyn, Jersey City & Quarantine Station on Staten Island

The women of Bryant's Station Ky. supplying the garrison with water

Panama Railway - the Culebra or Summit Station

[Gen. Wm. Walker's Exp. in Nicaragua]: Half-way house on road to San Juan ['American Hotel,' used as way station for travelers to Calif.]

Passengers from Washington for the West are reminded that they can procure through tickets and baggage checks: at the Washington station, direct for all parts of the West! The connecting trains leave Washington daily at 6 A.M. and 41/2 P.M. T. H

Pilots Station / H. Lewis pinx. ; Lith. Jnst. Arnz & Co. Düsseldorf.

The Telegraph station, Sandy Hook - with view of operating room

Genoa. Railway station. Statue of Columbus

Clarks Station nr. Pilkins. U.S.M.R.R

Parkes Station, U.S.M.R.R., Petersburg Va.

Brenner Station

[Portrait of Pvt. George Henry, Virginia Regiment, killed at Brandy Station, Va.]

Signal station

Patricks Station. Terminus U.S.M.R.R. Petersburg

[Sketch of the Rapidan River Station and Racoon Ford in Orange County, Va.].

Barringtons new and reliable railroad map and shippers & travellers guide of Pennsylvania, Engrd. by Ths. Leonhardt, showing the name of every city, town and village in the state, with nearest rail road station.

[Sketch of a portion of Orange County, north and west of Gordonsville to Rapidan Station].

Vienna. Northern Railway Station

Wood Station. 2 miles from City point. Stationary engine, sawing wood

Lincoln arrival at B&O Station, Feb. 23, 1861 for his innauguration, Lincoln Memorial Assn. J.W. Hill. Copy

Government bakery, Stoneman's Station, Aquia Creek & Fredericksburgh Railroad

View near railroad station

Headquarters of Surgeon Jameson, Stoneman Station, Va.

Camp of Capt. Wiley, Stoneman Station, Va.

Stoneman's Station

Naval Station, Mound City, Illinois

The lone graves at Warren Station in front of Petersburg, Va.

Headquarters 6th Army Corps. Warren Station, in front of Petersburg, Va.

Headquarters 6th Army Corps. Warren Station, in front of Petersburg, Va.

Embankment near Union Mills Station, Orange & Alexandria Railroad

Confederate fortifications at Warren Station

[Headquarters, 6th Army Corps, Warren Station, in front of Petersburg, Va.]

Naval Station, Mound City, Illinois

Antietam Cemetery in foreground, South Mountain in background - gap shows location of Signal Station during battle. View taken after the war

Headquarters Army of Potomac - Brandy Station, April 1864--Camp of Telegraph Corps

U.S. Military Railroad Construction Corps repairing Orange and Alexandria R.R. at Devereux Station

House in which "Stonewall Jackson" died, near Guinea's [i.e. Guinea] Station, Va.

Catletts Station where Stuart made a raid and captured Popes baggage

[Envelope addressed to Mrs. Lizzie Chenault, Catawba Station, Catawba Co., N.C.]

The late Rebel raid at Garlick Station, Pamunkey River, Va. [June 13, 1862]

[Sketch of a portion of Orange County, north and east of Orange showing the Rapidan River from Rapidan Station to Germanna Mills and the Plank Road to Robertson's Tavern at Trap].

Plan of the battle at Savage's Station. [June 29, 1862].

Plan of the Battle of Savage's Station Va. Fought June 29th 1862.

Frederick, Maryland U. S. Military Telegraph to Washington, D.C. Military Telegraph Station, Thursday, September 18, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Frederick, Maryland to Washington D.C. Military Telegraph Station, Thursday, September 18, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Beaufort, South Carolina. Federal signal station. Formerly the home of John G. Barnwell

Plan of Kettle Run and Bristoe Station August 27 1862.

[Sketch showing positions of Second Corps, A.N.Va., August 26th to September 2, 1862 : embracing engagements at Bristoe Station, Manassas Junction, Groveton or Second Manassas, and Ox Hill or Chantilly, Va. /

Plan of the Battle of Savage's Station Virginia. Sunday, June 29th 1862. Fought by the 2nd and 6th Corps.

Savage Station, Virginia. Union field hospital after the battle of June 27

Battle of Savage's Station

Manassas Station, Virginia. General Beauregard's headquarters

The Rebel forces under General Jackson advancing upon the Rappahannock Station at the river - National batteries replying to the Rebel artillery, August 23, being the commencement of the battles between Gens. Pope and Lee and Jackson, ending at Bull Run, August 30 / sketch by -- Edwin Forbes.

Headquarters on Orange & Alexandria R.R. -- in Brandy Station Headquarters

Plan of Battle of Savage's Station Va.

Map shewing [sic] retreat of Union Army from Savage's Station to White Oak Swamp, Va. : the position of Army after crossing morning of 30th June 1862, 7 a.m.

A band of rebels firing into the [railroad] cars near Tunstall's Station, Virginia, June 13, 1862

Fair Oaks Station, Va.

General Pope's headquarters at Rappahannock Station - General Sigel on the roof watching the enemy [Va.]

Extra. Jackson, Tenn. Sept. 6, 1862. Battle of Medon Station ... The battle of Britton's lane.

Plan of the battle of Savage's Station, Virginia, fought Sunday, 29th June 1862 /

Rappahannock Station, Va.

Plan of the Battle of Bristoe Station, Orange and Alexandria Railroad, Va., Octr. 14th 1863.

Plan of the Battle of Rappahannock Station November 7th 1863.

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.

Lloyd's official map of the state of Kentucky compiled from actual surveys and official documents, showing every rail road & rail road station with the distances between each station. Also the counties and county seats, cities, towns, villages, post offices, wagon roads, canals, forts fortifications &c.

[Morris Island, South Carolina. The Beacon House after the struggle for Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863. It was the headquarters of General W.H. Davis of the 104th Pennsylvania and had also been used by General Gillmore as a signal station]

Wagon park, Brandy Station, Virginia / negative by T.H. O'Sullivan, positive by A. Gardner.

Lloyd's new map of the United States, the Canadas and New Brunswick, and the Atlantic and Gulf coasts : from the latest surveys showing every railroad & station finished to June 1862 /

Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania, 1863, Hanover Junction station. Detail of crowd waiting on platform

[Morris Island, South Carolina. The Beacon House after the struggle for Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863. It was the headquarters of General W.H. Davis of the 104th Pennsylvania and had also been used by General Gillmore as a signal station]

The Army telegraph - setting up the wire during an action The Army telegraph - the operator at work / / sketched by Mr. A.R. Waud. A signal station at night / sketched Mr. Theodore R. Davis.

Headquarters of the Sanitary Commission, Brandy Station, Va. 1864 (i.e. Nov. 1863)

Picket station on Potomac Creek

Winter quarters built by the rebels, now occupied by the 67th reg. P.V., 3d Brig., 3d Div., 3d Corps, A.P., [n]ear Brandy Station, Va. /

Plan of battles of Kelly's Ford and Rappahannock Station, Virginia : both fought Novr. 7th, 1863.

Lloyd's new map of the United States, the Canadas, and New Brunswick, from the latest surveys showing every railroad & station finished to June 1862 and the Atlantic and Gulf coasts from the United States Superintendent's official reports of the Coast Survey by order of Congress.

Catlett's Station, Virginia (vicinity). Federal soldiers rebuilding the Orange & Alexandria Railroad bridge over Cedar Run

The Rappahannock looking towards Falmouth R.R. Station

Vicinity of Brandy Station, Culpeper Co., Va. : showing battle-field of June 9th 1863.

Stoneman's Station, Acquia Creek, Va.

Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania--1863--Hanover Junction Railroad Station (detail of locomotive and crowd)

The Shebang, or quarters of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, Brandy Station / negative by J. Gardner, positive by A. Gardner.

[Brandy Station, Virginia]. Provost Marshals of 3d Army Corps

Rebel signal station, 1863, Wauhatchee side, Lookout Mountain Point, Tennessee

Repairing Orange and Alexandria Railroad near Catlett's Station, after its destruction by the Confederates, October 1863

On picket, Rappahannock Station, Va.

Brandy Station, Virginia. Col. Thomas Wilson, Chief Commissary, Army of the Potomac

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