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Horatio Gates to Stephen Drayton, October 11, 1780

Horatio Gates to Stephen Drayton, September 6, 1780

Architectural drawing of a church ("St. Stephen's Walbrook"), London, England. Floor plan

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan, Jr., August 8, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan, Sr., December 2, 1787

Stephen Cathalan Jr. to Thomas Jefferson, October 3, 1787

Stephen Cathalan Jr. to Thomas Jefferson, May 9, 1787, Bill for Rice Shipped Aboard the Louise, Signed by Etienne Cathalan; in French

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan Jr., December 28, 1787

Representative of John Lambert, March 2, 1788, Receipt Sent to Stephen Cathalan Jr., with Thomas Jefferson's Letter of March 3, 1788; in French

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan Jr., February 10, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan, Jr., January 25, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan, Jr., June 22, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan, Jr., September 12, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Moylan, September 13, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Sayre, July 17, 1793

Stephen Moylan to Benjamin Bankson, September 25, 1793

Stephen Cathalan, Jr. to Charles W. F. Dumas, Joseph Fenwick, Delamotte, and Stephen Cathalan, Jr., November 5, 1793

... An act for the relief of Stephen Paranque ... [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794].

Stephen Moylan to James Madison, June 4, 1798.

Stephen Moylan to James Madison, April 25, 1798.

Stephen Moylan to James Madison, December 11, 1799.

Stephen Burrowes to Thomas Jefferson, March 21, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Burrowes, March 12, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Sayre, February 14, 1801

Stephen Burrowes, March 2, 1801, Printed Saddle Patent

Bond made between Clement Gardiner and Reverend Stephen Badin

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Thatcher, September 19, 1803

Title page of James Stephen, War in Disguise (London, 1805)

[Stephen Cullen Carpenter?] to Thomas Jefferson, March 5, 1806

Stephen Cathalan, Jr. to Customs Collector, March 27, 1807

Senate, December 28, 1808, Stephen Bradley Temporary Appointment

Spirit of '76. At a numerous meeting of the young men of Troy, at Bill's Phoenix Hotel, on Saturday evening the 15th of April- Stephen Warren was appointed chairman ... whereupon, the subjoined address was read, approved, and ordered to be publi

Capture of H.B.M. Frigate Macedonian, Capt. J.S. Carden by the U.S. frigate United States, Stephen Decatur, Esqr., Commander / painted by T. Birch, A.C.S.A. & P.A. ; engraved by B. Tanner, A.C.S.A.

Benjamin W. Crowninshield to Stephen Decatur, April 29, 1815.

Stephen A. Hopkins to L. Le Bourgeois, February 20, 1815

Hughes Lavergne to Stephen A. Hopkins, January 19, 1815

P. Stephen Chazotte to James Madison, September 26, 1815.

William Lawrence to Stephen Harriman Long, October 4, 1816

Joseph Gardner Swift to Stephen Harriman Long, March 23, 1817

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan, Jr., March 16, 1817

Stephen Pleasonton to Andrew Jackson, August 14, 1822

A geological and agricultural survey of the district adjoining the Erie canal in the state of New York. Taken under the direction of the Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer. Part I. Containing a description of the rock formations; together with a geological profile, extending from the Atlantic to Lake Erie.

Stephen Decatur to Andrew Jackson

Stephen Van Rensselaer / engraved by G. Parker, from a miniature by C. Fraser.

[Stephen Arnold Douglas, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to left]

W.T. Chellares & Co to Stephen T. Logan and Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, April 11, 1849 (Legal Business; Introduction for Appointment)

[Stephen Arnold Douglas, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to left]

[Poster offering fifty dollars reward for the capture of a runaway slave Stephen.]

Stephen R. Mallory

Mrs. Stephen A. Douglas

[Stephen Whitney, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the right, facing front, wearing figured waistcoat]

Mrs. Stephen A. Douglas

Stephen A. Douglas

Justice Stephen J. Field

Stephen A. Douglas

Stephen A. Douglas

Justice Stephen J. Field

Alex Stephen, C.S.A.

Justice Stephen J. Field

[Design drawing for woodwork for screen for St. Stephen's Church in Sewickley, Pennsylvania]

[Design drawing for stained glass Chapel window series with St. James, St. Peter; St. Andrew, and St. John for St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia]

[Design drawing for woodwork for new covered and elevated Pulpit and Chancel Rail in Memory of Thomas Williamson Purcell for St. Stephen's Church]

[Design drawing for architectural elements for Chancel treatment (with stained glass windows?) for St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Earwin, North Carolina]

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window with St. Stephen for Church of the Good Shepherd in Raleigh, North Carolina]

[Design drawing for stained glass window with Hannah presenting Samuel in Temple for St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Brewton, Alabama]

[Design drawing for metalwork for wrought iron gate for the Jennings Chapel, St. Stephen's Church in Sewickley, Pennsylvania]

[Design drawing for stained glass with David for St. Stephen's Church in Richmond, Virginia]

[Excerpt of Lincoln's speech, final debate with Stephen A. Douglas from Abraham Lincoln's scrapbook of the Illinois political campaign of 1858]

Abraham Lincoln to Stephen A. Douglas, Saturday, July 24, 1858 (Debates)

[Stephen A. Douglas, Senator from Illinois, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Stephen C. Foster, Representative from Maine, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Stephen R. Mallory, Senator from Florida, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Bust of Stephen Douglas over Northern Democratic Party's presidential campaign shield]

[Near St. Stephen's gate. Tower of Antonia, outside of walls] / P. Bergheim.

Willie has gone to the war. Words by George Cooper. Music by Stephen C. Foster. New York Charles Magnus. [186-].

[St. Stephen's gate] / P. Bergheim.

Hon. Stephen Lorenzo Mayham of N.Y.

[Stephen A. Douglas, full-length portrait, facing front]

Democratic ticket. For President, Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois. For Vice President, Herschel V. Johnson. [Campaign ticket]

Hon. Stephen Taber of N.Y.

Lt. Col. Stephen Moore NYNG

That what's the matter by Stephen C. Foster. New York Charles Magnus [186-].

Hon. Stephen Wallace Dorsey

Hon. Stephen Lorenzo Mayham of N.Y.

Hon. Stephen A. Douglas: of Illinois, national democratic candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

Stephen Elliott, Brig. Gen'l, S.C.

[Illustrated Civil War "Union Envelopes"]: [Portr. of Stephen Douglas labelled "Patriot"]

[Brothers Private Stephen D. and Private Moses M. Boynton of Co. C, Beaufort District Troop, Hampton Legion South Carolina Cavalry Battalion, with pistol]

Stephen A. Hurlbut to John G. Nicolay, Monday, March 04, 1861 (Plans to visit Washington)

Stephen A. Douglas to Andrew Johnson, Wednesday, April 17, 1861 (Introduction)

[Private Stephen Pollard of Co. B and Co. L, 7th Confederate States Cavalry Battalion, in uniform with 1855 Springfield pistol carbine and pistols]

Stephen T. Logan to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 13, 1862 (Recommends David Davis)

Stephen R. Riggs to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 21, 1862 (Sends letter concerning Sioux sentenced to death)

Stephen Girard, 1750-1831

Stephen T. Logan and Samuel H. Treat to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 29, 1863 (Recommendation for Jackson Grimshaw)

Stephen's varieties No. 3: The slave in 1863

Stephen A. Hurlbut to Henry W. Halleck, Saturday, May 23, 1863 (Telegram reporting engagement between Grant and Pemberton)

Stephen Baker to John G. Nicolay, Tuesday, March 03, 1863 (Introduction)

Stephen A. Hurlbut to Stephen Hoyt, Sunday, October 23, 1864 (Affairs in New Orleans)

Stephen Miller to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 16, 1864 (Telegram in reply to Lincoln's request for election results)

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