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Isaac Stephens to William Carmichael, October 18, 1785

Mittie Stephens March

The convict ship. by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. [New York?] c. 1856].

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1859, July 17-Oct. 24

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1859, July 17-Oct. 24

[Alexander H. Stephens, Representative from Georgia, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1859, July 17-Oct. 24

Prominent candidates for the Democratic nomination at Charleston, S.C. [Composite of bust portraits of Stephens, Orr, Davis, Guthrie, Slidell, Pierce, J. Lane, Hunter, Breckenridge, Douglas, and Houston]

Secession meeting in front of the Mills House, Meeting Street, Charleston, S.C. [with portraits of Hon. James Chesnut, Jr., seceding Senator from South Carolina; Hon.Robert Toombs, Senator from Georgia; and Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, Ex-Senator of Georgia]

Alexander Stephens C.S.A.

Pertinent questions'. Why does Jefferson Davis look so thin? Why is Stephens so singularly boney? .... The fact that neither of them have ever called at M. Samstag's Nos. 462 and 464, Seventh street and consequently neither have ever tasted his

[Alexander Hamilton Stephens, half-length studio portrait, sitting] / John Goldin & Co. photographers.

Testimony of Alexander H. Stephens, now rebel vice-president ... New Haven, J. T. Stafford printer, 235 State Street [186-].

Who is responsible for the war? who accountable for its horrors and desolations?. Extracts from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens ... delivered in the Secession convention of Georgia, on the 31st day of January, 1861 ... Who commenced the war. T

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Virginia electoral ticket. Election November 6th, 1861. For President Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi. For Vice-president Alex. H. Stephens, of Georgia. Electors. for the state at large ... [1861].

Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations? Extracts from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens (now Vice-President of the Confederate States.) delivered in the secession Convention of Georgia, on the 31st day of

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Fort Pulaski, Georgia. View of guns: JEFFERSON DAVIS, BEAUREGARD and STEPHENS

The great union speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, vice-president of the Southern confederacy ... New York. P. W. Derham, printer and stationer, 15 Nassau Street. [1862?].

[William H. Seward], [July 6, 1863] (Draft of a message in response to Alexander Stephens)

Abraham Lincoln to Samuel P. Lee, July [4] 1863 (Alexander Stephens' request to pass military lines)

Stephens, Hon. Alexander Hamilton of Georgia (Vice-President of the Confederacy) (with colored man attendant)

Stephens, Hon. Alex H. of Ga. Vice Pres. of Confederacy

Stephens, Hon. Alexander H. of Ga.

Hon. Alexander Hamilton Stephens Vice-President of the Confederacy item No. 242

Stephens, Hon. Alexander H. of GA

Stephens, Hon. Alexander H. of Ga., 4 on one plate

Stephens, Hon. Alex. H. (Vice-Pres of the Confederacy)

Stephens, Hon. Alexander H. of GA

Map of Stephens County, Texas.

Colon (Aspinwall). Monument to Aspinwall, Chauncey, and Stephens / illustrated by Muybridge.

Map of Stephens County, Texas.

Alexander H. Stephens

[Launceston from St. Stephens, Cornwall, England]

[Alice Barber Stephens]

Montana state capitol building / litho. by W.E. Stephens & Co., 716 Locust St., St. Louis.

Percy R. Stephens

Wm. D. Stephens

W.D. Stephens

Gov. W.D. Stephens

Percy R. Stephens

Looking down on the village of Kalabaka from St. Stephens, monasteries of Meteora, northern Greece

[Home of Mrs. C.L. Stephens, 1123 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich.]

STEPHENS, J.H.

STEPHENS, B.V. HONORABLE

[Home of Mrs. C.L. Stephens, 1123 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich.]

STEPHENS, J.H. HONORABLE

[Home of Mrs. C.L. Stephens, 1123 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich.]

STEPHENS, B.V. HONORABLE

STEPHENS, J.H. HONORABLE

STEPHENS, B.V. HONORABLE

[Home of Mrs. C.L. Stephens, 1123 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich.]

STEPHENS, A.E.B. HONORABLE

STEPHENS, HUBERT. HONORABLE

[Home of Mrs. C.L. Stephens, 1123 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich.]

STEPHENS, H.D. HONORABLE

At tennis tournament, Morristown - Misses Hamilton, Crag, Stephens, Hamilton, [Gertrude] Della Torre, Hamilton and Smith

[Hurbert Durrett Stephens, 1875-1946, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing left]

[John Hall Stephens, representative from Texas, three-quarter length portrait] / G.V. Buck, Wash. D.C.

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.

STEPHENS, R.B. NEW HAMPSHIRE

STEPHENS. REPRESENTATIVE FROM MISSISSIPPI

PHELAN, JAMES DUVAL. SENATOR FROM CALIFORNIA, 1915-1921. W.D. STEPHENS; ISADORE DOCKWEILER; W.H. BOOTH; PHELAN

Francis H. Stephens

A.E.B. Stephens, Ohio

A.E.B. Stephens, Ohio

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. NAVAL AFFAIRS. ON NAVY DEPT. STEPS. FRONT: RIORDAN, DANIEL JOSEPH, OF NY; BUTLER, THOMAS STALKER OF PA; SEC. JOSEPHUS DANIELS; PADGETT, LEMUEL PHILLIPS, OF TN, CHAIRMAN; BROWNING, WILLIAM JOHN, OF NJ; McARTHUR, CLIFTON NESMITH, OF OR. 2ND ROW: OLIVER, WILLIAM BACON, OF AL; VINSON OF GA; KELLY, PATRICK HENRY OF MI.;HICKS, FRED. C.OF NY; BRITTEN, FRED A. OF IL; DARROW, GEORGE P., OF PA; STEPHENS OF OH. 3RD ROW: UNIDENTIFIED

J.H. Stephens (Tex.) and Wm. Sulzer (N.Y.) standing outside Capitol, Washington, DC

Ernest Stephens, G.W.

Harry C. Stephens, Washington correspondent of the Minneapolis Journal and Cong. Walter H. Newton, of Minn.

President Coolidge greets Georgians In Washington for unveiling of statue to Hamilton Stephens. Headed by their Governor, L.G. Hardman, delegation from Georgia who are in Washington to attend [...] unveiling of Alexander Stephens, Vice President of [...] Confederacy, at the Capitol today, were received at the White House today by President Coolidge. In the center of [...] left to right: Garnett W. Quillan; President Coolidge; [...]rnor L.G. Hardman and Mrs. L.G. Hardman

Statue of Vice President of Confederacy unveiled in Washington. Scene at the United States Capitol in Washington when the statue to Alexander Hamilton Stephens, Vice President of the Confederacy, was unveiled in Statuary Hall by a delegation from the state of Georgia. Garnett W. Quillian, who presented the statue to Georgia for the donors, is speaking while on the right is Senator William J. Harris and Governor L.G. Hardman of Georgia (on the left)

Statue at Capitol of Alexander H. Stephens

Congratulated on strato flight in S.D., Wash. D.C. Officials of the National Geographic Society congratulate the two officers who made the record-breaking strato flight for the U.S. Army Air Corps. and the National Geographic Society. From the left: Dr. John Oliver La Gorce, Ass't editor and vice president of the society; Capt. Albert W. Stephens, Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor, President of the society, and Capt. Orvil A. Anderson. 11/14/35

World power conferees visit Roosevelt, Washington, D.C., September 11. A group of delegates of the World Power Conference photographed outside the White House after they had paid a visit to President Roosevelt. From the left: F. L. Carlisle, Chairman of the Board of Consolidated Edison Co., of N.Y.; Morris L. Cooke, chief of the R.E.A.; W.F. Durand, Acting Chairman of the Conferences; Sir Harold Hartley, Chairman of the British Delegation; and in back; C.E. Stephens, Vice-President of the Westinghouse Co.

Helen Stephens in action, Washington, D.C., Sept. 12. Photo shows Helen Stephens, the Olympic champion in action. The 18 year old champ tried to break the record for the 200 meter record here in Washington

Helen Stephens in action, Washington, D.C., Sept. 12. Photo shows Helen Stephens, the Olympic champion in action. The 18 year old champ tried to break the record for the 200 meter record here in Washington

Hoover conversing with speed star, Washington, D.C. Sept. 12. Miss Helen Stephens, 18 year old Olympic champion is shown talking to J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, just before she was to run against some of the Washington Champions giving them a fifteen yard handicap

St. Stephens Church, St. Stephens vic., Berkeley County, South Carolina

St. Stephens Church, St. Stephens vic., Berkeley County, South Carolina

Basement home of one of Stephens brothers, former Nebraska farmer. Nyssa Heights district, Malheur County, Oregon

Home of one of the Stephens brothers, farmers from Nebraska. Nyssa Heights district, Malheur County, Oregon

Stephens brothers, who own combine cooperatively, getting ready to go out to their lettuce field after dinner. Nyssa Heights district, Malheur County, Oregon

John Cassels, executive assistant to Commissioner Elliott, Consumer Division, National Defense Price Commission. Former association: director, Institute for Consumer Education, Stephens College; Assistant Professor of Economics at Harvard University and the University of Alberta; author

John Cassels, executive assistant to Commissioner Elliott, Consumer Division, National Defense Price Commission. Former association: director, Institute for Consumer Education, Stephens College; Assistant Professor of Economics at Harvard University and the University of Alberta; author

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. First Sergeant Vancito Stephens, New York City; Private Alonzo Dantzler of Cedarville, New Jersey and Corporal Glenville Riley, Brooklyn, New York watch the operation of intricate anti-aircraft machinery at their post with an airfield security detachment in Hawaii

John Cassels, executive assistant to Commissioner Elliott, Consumer Division, National Defense Price Commission. Former association: director, Institute for Consumer Education, Stephens College; Assistant Professor of Economics at Harvard University and the University of Alberta; author

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Instructor John Wanelik, of the Howe Machinery Company, Passaic, New Jersey, shows Veronica Stephens how to grind a stripping angle on a cartridge drawing die. A number of young women are being trained for war production jobs in this shop

Manpower. Negro navy yard workers. Benjamin Stephens is one of the many old-timers speeding ship production in an Eastern navy yard. He operates a pneumatic chipper on the giant propellers which send American ships to all ports of the world

De Land pool. Skilled craftsmen. Ben Stephens tramped six miles into De Land, Florida three times a week last fall to attend the city's vocational school, established to provide workers for the community war-production pool. He welds, runs an acetylene cutting machine, and doubles in brass on woodworking and the assembly line in the Babcock plant, prime contractors of the pool. He plans to put his sixty-five-year-old father on the job as his helper when he is fully trained. Stephens, forty-four and a veteran of the last war, was one of eighteen machinists uncovered by a manpower survey of the community

Minneapolis. The job's done and Peter Dockas, right, who by his ingenuity transformed the basement of this appliance shop at 2622 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, into a war industry, smiles. Dockas today was packaging the last of 150 radio control devices manufactured for the U.S. Army Signal Ccorps, while W.R. Stephens, left, Minnesota manager of the War Production Board (WPB) contract distributions branch, and H.C. Timberlake, former manager who helped Dockas get his contract, look on