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An address, to the voters for electors of President and Vice President of the United States in the State of Virginia ... The American Republic ticket. [List of electors with districts] Richmond, 26th May, 1800. By order of the Committee entruste

An address to the voters for electors of President and Vice-President of the United States, in the State of Virginia ... Alexandria Printed by Wm. Fowler [180-].

Electors of President and Vice President of the United States. Joseph Gist, John Wilson John Me'Morries. William Strother, William Zimmerman, Joseph Bellinger, Langdon Cheves, Paul Hamilton, Samuel Mays, William Rouse. [S. C. 1812].

The convention of the delegates of eighteen counties of Virginia, held at Staunton, on the 21st of September, for the purpose of forming a general ticket of electors of President and vice-president, to the freeholders of Virginia ... Staunton, V

Republican anti-caucus ticket. For President John Quincy Adams for Vice-President, some tried and approved patriot ...

To the voters of Baltimore County. Fellow Citizens. Having been announced as an elector of President and Vice-President of the United States, and that annunciation being approved of by respectable meetings in the County, I did not consider it ne

To sweep the Augean Stable. For President, Andrew Jackson. For Vice-President, John C. Calhoun

[Cut of broom] To sweep the Augean Stable. For President Andrew Jackson for Vice-President John C. Calhoun. [16 names of candidates] [1828].

Democratic celebration of the third Congressional district. Regular toasts. [13 toasts including toasts to Andrew Jackson, President of the U. S. Martin Van Buren, Vice-president, Pennsylvania and Henry A. Muhlenberg,] [n. p. 183- ].

Hon. Martin Van Buren, Vice President of the United States

The eagle of liberty strangling the serpent of corruption. True American Ticket. For President, Wm. Henry Harrison. For Vice-President, Francis Granger ...

Richard M. Johnson, Vice President of the United States

The eagle of liberty strangling the serpent of corruption. True American ticket. For president. Wm. Henry Harrison. For president Francis Granger Ohio electors of president and vice-president of the U. States. [1840?]

Theodore Frelinghuysen: nominated for Vice President of the United States

George M. Dallas: Vice President of the United States

For President: James K. Polk, of Tennessee. For Vice President: George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania

Democratic Inauguration Ball. [Mrs. Anna Maria Wilson] The Pleasure of your company is respectfully solicited at a BALL to be given at the National Theatre, on the evening of the 4th of March, 1845. In honor of the President and vice President e

Millard Fillmore: whig candidate for Vice President of the United States

"Principles, not men." The Democratic candidates for President and Vice President from 1849 to 1853 / Durang, pt. ; Baldwin & Baker, scs.

Wm. O. Butler: democratic candidate for Vice President of the United States

William R. King: democratic candidate for Vice President of the United States

William A Graham: whig candidate for Vice President of the United States

Ceiling of the Vice President's room, north wing

Republican ticket. For President Abraham Lincoln of Illinois. For Vice President Hannibal Hamlin of Maine. Electors of President and Vice President [11 names] For Governor Richard Yates ... 1860. [s. l.]

Hon. Hannibal Hamln: Republican candidate for vice president of the United States

Hon. Joseph Lane: Democratic candidate for sixteenth vice president of the United States

Republican ticket. For President, Abraham Lincoln, For Vice-President, Hannibal Hamlin. [Ohio campaign ticket]

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

Republican ticket. For President, Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois. For Vice President, Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine. [Ohio Campaign ticket]

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

Union electoral ticket. For President, John Bell, of Tennessee. For Vice-President, Edward Everett, of Massachusetts. [Ohio campaign ticket]

[Illinois election ticket]. For president. Abraham Lincoln. Vice President. Hannibal Hamlin.

Hon. Hannibal Hamlin: Republican candidate for vice president of the United States

Hon. Herschel V. Johnson: Democratic candidate for vice president of the United States

The Union, the Constitution and the enforcement of the laws. For President, John Bell of Tennessee. For Vice President, Edward Everett of Massachusetts / lith. by W.H. Rease, cor. 4th & Chestnut Sts., Philada.

For President, John C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky. For Vice-President, Joseph Lane, of Oregon.

Democratic ticket. Our principals the constitution. For President John C. Breckinridge of Kentucky For Vice President Joseph Lane of Oregon. Electors .... Election on Tuesday, November 6th, 1860. Lith of Hoyer & Ludwig, Richmond, Va.

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

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?].

Who shall be vice-president? Shall he be a loyal or a disloyal man? ... Andrew Johnson. New York. Published by the National union executive committee, Astor House. [1863].

Union Republican ticket. Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, for President. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, for Vice-President. [Campaign ticket]

Who shall be vice-president? Shall he be a loyal or a disloyal man? ... Published by the National Union Executive Committee, Astor House, New York [1864].

The platforms. Baltimore. The National convention which assembled at Baltimore on the 7th of last June, and there nominated Abraham Lincoln for re-election as President, with Andrew Johnson as Vice-president, adopted and presented to the America

Presidential campaign, 1864. Candidates for President and Vice-President of United States. Election, Tuesday, November 8, 1864

Bradford Argus. Towanda, Pa. Thursday, October 6, 1864. For President Abraham Lincoln. For Vice President Andrew Johnson ... To the electors of the 13th Congressional District of the State of Pennsylvania ... H. W. Tracy.

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

Wheeler, Vice President of W.A. (Hayes Cabinet)

To Andrew Johnson, Vice-President of the United States of America [regarding cattle plague] Albany 1865.

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

Gen. F.P. Blair, Democratic nominee for Vice-President of the United States / photographed by Brady. Electioneering at the South / sketched by W.L. Sheppard.

Hon. B.F. Wade awaiting the Senate Hour in the Vice President's Room in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Hon. Schuyler Colfax. The peoples choice for vice president, 1868

Hon. Schuyler Colfax: the nation's choice for vice president of the U.S.

Hon. Thos. A. Hendricks of Ohio, Vice President under Cleveland

Hon. Wm. A. Wheeler, Vice-President

Republican ticket. Grant and Wilson. For electors of President and Vice president .... For Governor. William B. Washburn of Greenfield.. [1871].

Washington, D.C.--the inauguration--scene in the Senate chamber at the Capitol--swearing in the vice-president / from a sketch by James E. Taylor.

For President Samuel J. Tilden, of New York. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks of Indiana ... For Governor, Charles Francis Adams, of Quincy ... 1876.

Counting the vote for President and Vice-President. Admit bearer to gallery of House of representatives. 557 March 2, 1877.

Republican ticket. For electors of president and vice president of the United States. Henry B. Norton, Abijah Catlin, Amos Pease, Erastus Brainerd, Eugene S. Boss, Phineas C. Lounsbury. For Governor: Hobart B. Bigelow ... [s. l., 1880].

For president James A. Garfield. For Vice President Chester A. Arthur. Presidential electors. Electors at-large. Sidney S. Warner. Charles H. Grosvenor. District electors. Anthony D. Bullock. Alfred T. Goshorn. Robert E. Dorn ... [1880].

Gen. Chester A. Arthur: Republican candidate for vice-president of the United States

The death of President Garfield--Judge Brady administering the Presidential oath to Vice-President Arthur, at his residence in New York, September 20th

For President and Vice president of the United States. James G. Blaine & John A. Logan. For presidential electors ... For Governor Henry B. Harrison ... [s. l., 1884].

For president, James G. Blaine of Maine. For vice president, John A. Logan of Illinois / S.S. Frizzell.

For president, James G. Blaine. For vice president, John A. Logan / S.S. Frissell.

By the Governor of Alabama. A proclamation [announcing the death of Thomas Andrews Hendricks, Vice-President of the United States] Montgomery, November 25 1885.

For President Grover Cleveland. For Vice President Thomas A. Hendricks. For Electors H. J. McLeary, [and 12 others] For Representatives to U. S. Congress Charles Stewart. For Governor John Ireland. For Lieutenant Governor Barnett Gibbs ... [Texa

A proclamation by the Governor. I am pained to announce to the people of Wyoming the death of the Vice President of the United States, which occured at the city of Indianapolis at 5 o'clock this afternoon. The sudden and unexpected death of that

The regular Democratic nominations For President, Grover Cleveland of New York. For Vice Pres't, Allen G. Thurman of Ohio.

Republican ticket. For electors of President and vice-president of the United States. Frank W. Cheney. J. Howard Wittemore. Henry R. Kibbe. Edward F. Jones. William A. Slater. William G. Harding. For Governor, Morgan G. Bulkeley ... [s. l., 1888

Levi P. Morton, Republican candidate for vice-president

Vice-president Morton and wife

People's party candidates for president and vice president 1892

Lines of the Paterson, Passaic, & Rutherford Electric R'y and the Jersey City, Hoboken & Rutherford Electric R'y, and the Paterson Central Electric Ry., Charles A. Johnson, president, James A. Morrisse, vice president.

Don Raymon Corral, Vice President of Mexico

[Rooms in the U.S. Capitol: Old room of Vice President, 1900 A.D., Robing Room, Supreme Court]

The Teddy idea of a Vice-President who would "do things" (A pictorial reflection of a notion that prevailed quite generally to the effect that Colonel Roosevelt, - in case of his election to the Vice-Presidency, - would enliven that proverbially sedate and obscure office with his characteristic strenousness.)

[Vice President James S. Sherman's house Ex-Governor Seymour's house, Utica, N.Y.]

A view of the present seat of his Excel., the Vice President of the United States / Tiebout, del & sculpt.

For President, Theodore Roosevelt, For Vice President, Charles W. Fairbanks

Miss Rose Schneiderman, New York, Vice-President of the Women's Trade Union of N.Y.C.

President Roosevelt and Vice-President Fairbanks at Caton, O[hio] / photo by L. Van Oeyen, News-paper & commercial photographer, Cleveland, O.

A few of the youngsters in King Mfg. Co., Augusta, Ga. Taken at noon, Jan. 14, 1909. A party of us under the guidance of the Vice President had been shown through the mill but no evidences of these children were to be seen. See also photos #501, 502. Location: Augusta, Georgia.

Miss Charlotte Anita Whitney is one of the prominent members of the Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Miss Whitney was president of the College Suffrage League of California during the campaign which resulted in the winning of suffrage in that state. Miss Whitney was formerly the first vice-president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. She is now one of the prominent officers of the Civic Association of California. Miss Whitney is a Californian.

SHERMAN, JAMES SCHOOLCRAFT. M.C. FROM N.Y., 1887-1891; U.S.S., 1893-1909; VICE PRESIDENT OF THE U.S., 1909-1912

MARSHALL, THOMAS RILEY. GOVERNOR OF INDIANA, 1909-1913; VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1913-1921

[James S. Sherman, Wm. Taft's Vice President - first Vice President to throw out a ball at a game (baseball)]

MARSHALL, THOMAS RILEY. GOVERNOR OF INDIANA, 1909-1913; VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1913-1921

[James S. Sherman, Wm. Taft's Vice President - first Vice President to throw out a ball at a game (baseball)]

GARNER, JOHN NANCE. REP. FROM TEXAS, 1903-1933. VICE PRESIDENT OF THE U.S., 1933-1941

MARSHALL, THOMAS RILEY. GOVERNOR OF INDIANA, 1909-1913; VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1913-1921. ARRIVAL FOR INAUGURATION: B.F. MacFARLAND; SEN. J.W. KERN OF INDIANA; MRS. MARSHALL; GOV. THOMAS R. MARSHALL; REP. H.T. RAINEY

[Vice President and Mrs. Marshall]

[GARNER, JOHN NANCE. REP. FROM TEXAS, 1903-1933. VICE PRESIDENT OF THE U.S., 1933-1941]

COMMISSION ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT UNDER CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTION, JUNE 1913; REPORTED IN 1915. JAMES D. CONNELL, VICE PRESIDENT, A.F. OF L.; FREDERICK A. DELANO; PROF. JOHN R. COMMONS OF UNIVERSITY OF WI

MARSHALL, THOMAS RILEY GOVERNOR OF INDIANA, 1909-1913; VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1913-1921. RECEPTION COM. TO V.P.-ELECT

MARSHALL, THOMAS RILEY. GOVERNOR OF INDIANA, 1909-1913; VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1913-1921

CURTIS, CHARLES. REP. FROM KANSAS, 1893-1907; SENATOR, 1907-1913, 1915-1929. VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1929-1933

MARSHALL, THOMAS RILEY. GOVERNOR OF INDIANA, 1909-1913; VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1913-1921

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