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Horatio Thomson to George Washington, October 7, 1781

Charles Thomson Esq'r. - secretary to congress / B.B.E.

Charles Thomson to Thomas Jefferson, May 16, 1784

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Thomson, October 8, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Thomson, September 20, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Thomson, May 10, 1786

Charles Thomson to Thomas Jefferson, June 6, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Thomson, May 1, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Thomson, May 1, 1788

Begly to John Thomson Mason, May 26, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to William Thomson, September 26, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Thomson, December 25, 1808

Charles Thomson to Thomas Jefferson, February 4, 1809

Andrew Jackson to Henry Thomson, August 18, 1810

Hon. John R. Thomson of N.J.

Hon. John R. Thomson of N.J.

["F" and "G" blast furnaces - Edgar Thomson Steel Works, Bessemer, Pennsylvania]

Pennsylvania--Lieutenant Emory H. Taunt, United States consul to the Congo State / / photo. by Thomson, London. Michigan--building of the Ladies' Literary Club at Grand Rapids. The collapse of the Panama Canal--a view of the cut through the Culebra Mountain, showing the great physical obstacles to be overcome. Count Ferdinand de Lesseps

1 Professor J. Thomson, Sr.; 2 Lord Kelvin William Thomsom, Baron, 1824-1907 in 1891; 3 Professor James Thomson, Lord Kelvin's brother; 4 Dr. James T. Bottomley, Lord Kelvin's nephew

[Entrance to the United States exhibit area in the Palace of Diverse Industries, featuring inventions by Thomas Edison and Elihu Thomson, Paris Exposition, 1889]

Letter from William Thomson (Baron Kelvin) to Mabel Hubbard Bell, April 20, 1893

Thompson [Thomson?], Wenner, Magidsohn, Pettingill [i.e. Pattengill]

[Stevens Thomson Mason]

Sam'l Thomson, on sidewalk

[Miss Thomson, head-and-shoulders portrait]

[Miss Thomson, head-and-shoulders portrait]

[Baron] William Thomson Kelvin 1824-1907

THOMSON, JAMES M.

Edgar Thomson's Steel Works / Pennell.

Mrs. Archibald G. Thomson (Mrs. Thos. B. Wanamaker), holding child

Jas. M. Thomson & wife

Thomson

Braddock furnaces, Edgar Thomson Works, Braddock, Pa.

Braddock furnaces, Edgar Thomson Works, Braddock, Pa.

F.C. Thomson

CLARK, GENEVIEVE. MARRIED JAMES THOMSON, 1915. WITH CHAMP CLARK AND MRS. CLARK

DOLLY MADISON BREAKFAST. CLARK, GENEVIEVE, MARRIED JAMES THOMSON, 1915

CLARK, GENEVIEVE. MARRIED JAMES THOMSON, 1915

Carolyn Thomson in "Adele"

Jas. M. Thomson

Earl W. Thomson

Duncan C. Thomson

Lieutenant Armistead Thomson Mason Rust, Rust Portraits at Rockland, Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia

Inspects new CCC uniform. Washington, D.C., Feb. 1. Robert E. Fechner, left, Director of the Civilian Conservation Corps, inspecting the new uniform issued to members of the Corps for the first time today. The outfit consists of a two-button pleated back, sack coat of spruce green topped off with new style overseas cap and a red an yellow CCC insignia on left shoulder. Frank Papuga is wearing uniform while on right is Lt. Col. Thomson Lawrence, in command of Central District, 3rd. corps area

James F. Thomson, Republican State Chrmn of Michican, Oct. 1939

Chicago, Illinois. Provident Hospital. Mrs. H.J. Thomson lecturing in a bacteriology class

29th St. at Thomson St., Philadelphia, 2004

Aaron Copland, Virgil Thomson, Walter Piston, and Herbert Elwell at Nadia Boulanger's Paris home, 1925

Mrs. James H. Thomson, 9/22/26

Betty Thomson [Town and Gown of USC] to Sylvia Fine Kaye, December 17, 1985

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, Open Hearth Steelmaking Plant, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

[Baron] William Thomson Kelvin, 1824-1907

Old Rock House, Stephen Hunter Road, Thomson, McDuffie County, GA

Republicans start ball rolling for 1938. Washington, D.C. Aug. 24. Looking forward to the 1938 Congressional elections, Chairman John Hamilton of the Republican National Committee met today with Republican State Chairmen from some fifteen states to map out an organization plan. In the photograph, left to right: (seated) Lyle Jackson, Nebraska; Harlan J. Bashfield, South Dakota; Chairman Hamilton; James C. Farmer, New Hampshire; and Pierce Brereton, Rhode Island. Standing, left to right: William S. Murray, New York; Ed. D. Schorr, Ohio; James E. Thomson, Michigan; Sinclair Weeks, Massachusetts; John Tyrrell, Illinois; F.G. Todd, Kansas; Lawrence Cobb, California; C.R. Ahalt, Virginia; Edward J. Samp, Wisconsin; and L. R. Dovell, Virginia. 8/24/37

Mrs. James H. Thomson, 9/22/26

Betty Thomson [Town and Gown of USC] to Sylvia Fine Kaye, November 20, 1985

Letter from Frances A. Thomson to Mabel Hubbard Bell, October 18, 1900

Letter from Frances A. Thomson to Mabel Hubbard Bell, October 18, 1900

Letter from Frances A. Thomson to Mabel Hubbard Bell, October 18, 1900

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

U.S. Steel Edgar Thomson Works, 44" Slab Mill, Along Monongahela River, Braddock, Allegheny County, PA

John Thomson Mason to Andrew Jackson, February 21, 1844

John Thomson Mason to Andrew Jackson, February 21, 1844

John Thomson Mason to Andrew Jackson, February 21, 1844

John Thomson Mason to Andrew Jackson, February 21, 1844

Thomson Mason, et al, May 18, 1808. Petition for Blake, Recommendation.

Thomson Mason, et al, May 18, 1808. Petition for Blake, Recommendation.

Charles Thomson to Thomas Jefferson, October 1, 1784

Charles Thomson to Thomas Jefferson, October 1, 1784

Charles Thomson to Thomas Jefferson, October 1, 1784

Stevens Thomson Mason to James Madison, January 16, 1800.

Stevens Thomson Mason to James Madison, January 16, 1800.

William Thomson to Thomas H. Hicks, Wednesday, August 17, 1864 (Maryland patronage)

William Thomson to Thomas H. Hicks, Wednesday, August 17, 1864 (Maryland patronage)

William Thomson to Thomas H. Hicks, Wednesday, August 17, 1864 (Maryland patronage)

William Thomson to Thomas H. Hicks, Wednesday, August 17, 1864 (Maryland patronage)

William Thomson to Thomas H. Hicks, Wednesday, August 17, 1864 (Maryland patronage)

Edgar Thomson Works, Carnegie Steel Co., Braddock, Pa.

Edgar Thomson Works, Carnegie Steel Co., Braddock, Pa.

Edgar Thomson Works, Carnegie Steel Co., Braddock, Pa.

Edgar Thomson Works, Carnegie Steel Co., Braddock, Pa.

Edgar Thomson Works, Carnegie Steel Co., Braddock, Pa.

Edgar Thomson Works, Carnegie Steel Co., Braddock, Pa.

John E. Thomson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 16, 1860 (Recommends John P. King for cabinet)

John E. Thomson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 16, 1860 (Recommends John P. King for cabinet)

C. Thomson to James Madison, December 13, 1808.

C. Thomson to James Madison, December 13, 1808.

[Portrait of Virgil Thomson]

[Portrait of Virgil Thomson]

Joseph Wharton to Charles Thomson, October 26, 1784

Joseph Wharton to Charles Thomson, October 26, 1784

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Thomson, April 20, 1791, with Copy

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Thomson, April 20, 1791, with Copy