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To John Cruger, James Jauncey, James Delancey, and Jacob Walton, Esqrs; The representatives in General Assembly, for the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen: The author of this letter bespeaks a moment of your attention ... [Signed] Aristides

Thomas Jefferson to Abraham Walton, December 7, 1786

Abraham Walton to Thomas Jefferson, December 21, 1786

[Ariel, the first carriage of the Aerial Transit Company] / W. Walton lith. ; Day & Haghe lithrs. to the Queen.

Letter on incidents at the funeral of the Walton family, in N. L., Nov. 29, ‘46 ... T. J. Greenwood. New London, Conn. Dec. 21, 1846.

Capt. Geo. Walton

Balaklava, looking towards the sea / W. Simpson del. ; W. Walton lith.

[E.P. Walton, Representative from Vermont, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Walton W. Murphy to Hiram Bingham and Z. Chandler, Friday, July 05, 1861 (Telegram regarding Murphy's name)

Eliakim P. Walton to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, February 13, 1862 (Has Lincoln received resolutions from Vermont legislature?)

Walton, N.Y. 1887.

[Residence on Walton Way, Summerville, Augusta, Georgia]

Walton & Leitrim

Walton

J.C. Walton for Gover.

Florence Walton

Flo. Walton

Izaak Walton and his scholar

Florence Walton

Walton

Florence Walton

Walton

A Residence on Walton Way, Summerville, [i.e. Augusta] Ga.

MOORE, R. WALTON. HONORABLE

MOORE, R. WALTON. HONORABLE

MOORE, R. WALTON. HONORABLE

WALTON, W.B. HONORABLE

MOORE, R. WALTON. HONORABLE

WALTON, W.B. HONORABLE

Hotel Walton, Philadelphia, Pa.

Dr. R.B. Owens, J.J. Carty, Frank Sprague, Wm. Stanley, Sam'l Insull, Dr. Walton Clark, T.A. Edison and wife, Chevalier Van Rappard, Dr. R. Tait McKenzie

KITCHIN, WILLIAM WALTON. REP. FROM NORTH CAROLINA, 1897-1909; GOVERNOR, 1909-1913

KITCHIN, WILLIAM WALTON. REP. FROM NORTH CAROLINA, 1897-1909; GOVERNOR, 1909-1913. WITH MRS. KITCHIN

[Walton Cruise, St. Louis NL (baseball)]

[Walton Cruise, St. Louis NL (baseball)]

W.B. Walton (N.M.)

Florence Walton

Florence Walton

Florence Walton

Maurice & Walton

Florence Walton

Florence Walton

Florence Walton

Florence Walton

Florence Walton

Florence Walton

Come on - Join now 15,000,000 members by Christmas / / R. Fayerweather Babcock ; Walton & Spencer Co., Chicago, Ill.

PARRISH, LUCIEN WALTON. REP. FROM TEXAS, 1919-1922

A Product of the 4 H. Club. Gradie Walton, 17 yrs. old, - is very deficient in most school branches (except in mathematics where he shines). He is much handicapped physically, - lost one eye in an accident and the other is weak. This year he raised 135 bushels of corn on one acre (his father raised about one half as much and complained that the boy's land was better). The secret was that the boy worked hard on the plot, - fertilizing and cultivating, even bringing soil in from the woods. He got the First Prize for two years. Location: Pocahontas County, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

A Product of the 4 H Club. Gradie Walton, 17 yrs. old, - is very deficient in most school branches (except in mathematics where he shines). He is much handicapped physically, - lost one eye in an accident and the other is weak. This year he raised 135 bushels of corn on one acre (his father raised about one half as much and complained that the boy's land was better). The secret was that the boy worked hard on the plot . , - a [sic] fertilizing and cultivating, even bringing soil in from the woods. He got the First Prize for two years. Location: Pocahontas County, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

R. Walton Moore, Va.

R. Walton Moore, Va.

A Product of the 4 H Club. Gradie Walton, 17 yrs. Old. See Photo No. 40 and 41. Location: Pocahontas County, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Percy Walton

Page boys at R. Walton Moores, [5/8/22]

Congressman R. Walton Moore of Va. and a group of House of Representative Page boys whom he entertained at his Virginia estate on Sunday

International Air Path Conference. R. Walton Moore, Assistant Secretary of State, left, and Juan T. Trippe, President of Pan-American Airways, studying International routes for airplanes. A meeting was held to recommend methods of promoting and preserving American interests in international air lanes. 10/31/35

Holds hours and wage hearings in NRA. Walton H. Hamilton, left, of the NRA board, and S. Clay Williams, Chairman of the Board, preside at the open hearing by which the NRA expects to receive guidance on labor provisions of codes in the event the recovery organization is continued by Congress. 1/30/35

Walton House, Hobbsville, Gates County, North Carolina

"Bird of paradise" by Richard Walton Tully

Imperishable insects created by scientists. Washington, D.C. June 18. William R. Walton, Senior Entomologist of the Division of Cereal and Forage Insects, U.S. Department of Agriculture, whose unique hobby is the making of metal casts of all sorts of insects from the tiniest Scarab to the enormous six-inch Goliath Beetle, which feeds on the tropical vegetation of New Guinea. In his distinctly original work Mr. Walton uses the Galvano-Plasty method of metal coating, which he set about developing over 30 years ago. This is an electro-mechanical process similar to the electrotype process used in making newspaper cuts. 61837

Walton House, Creekside, Burke County, North Carolina

Walton House, Creekside, Burke County, North Carolina

Walton House, Creekside, Burke County, North Carolina

Walton House, Creekside, Burke County, North Carolina

Walton House, Creekside, Burke County, North Carolina

FIRST LADY AT GENERAL SESSION OF THE FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE ASSOCIATION OF LAND-GRANT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 17. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TODAY ATTENDED THE GENERAL SESSION OF THE FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE ASSICIATION OF LAND-GRANT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. SHOWN: T.O. WALTON, OF TEXAS, CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; J. A. BURRUSS, OF VIRGINIA, PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATION; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE HENRY WALLACE

Combined hay picker-upper and chopper developed by members of the Casa Grande Valley Farms, Pinal County, Arizona, with the aid of Mr. Walton, FSA (Farm Security Administration) regional farm supervisor. After hay is chopped, it is loaded into a truck which drives by the side of the chopper and is thence taken to the feed barns

Mr. Walton C. Groce. Staff adviser, Defense Supplies Rating Plan Priorities Division, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Combined hay picker-upper and chopper developed by members of the Casa Grande Valley Farms, Pinal County, Arizona, with the aid of Mr. Walton, FSA (Farm Security Administration) regional farm supervisor. After hay is chopped, it is loaded into a truck which drives by the side of the chopper and is thence taken to the feed barns

Combination hay loader and chopper used at the Casa Grande Valley Farms. Pinal County, Arizona. This machine was developed by members of the cooperative with the help of Mr. Walton, regional FSA (Farm Security Administration) farm supervisor

Combined hay picker-upper and chopper developed by members of the Casa Grande Valley Farms, Pinal County, Arizona, with the aid of Mr. Walton, FSA (Farm Security Administration) regional farm supervisor. After hay is chopped, it is loaded into a truck which drives by the side of the chopper and is thence taken to the feed barns

Shenandoah Valley. W.W. Walton cutting a ratchet on a shaper in the Staunton Machine Works, Staunton, Virginia

Frank L. Walton

Saint Petersburg, Florida. Trainee at the United States Maritime Service training station receiving dental treatment. Robert J. Herder, assistant dental surgeon USPHS-R (United States Public Health Service) ; Dr. J. Walton Lawrence, PA, dental surgeon, USPHS-R

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Sergeant Richard A. Walton, a welder with a mobile unit

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Staff Sergeant Richard A. Walton, a welder with a mobile unit. He is twenty years old, and came into the Army right out of high school. His home is at 343 Long Road, Wilkinsburg, Pennslyvania

Argentine, near Kansas City, Kansas. O. L. Walton, night special agent, and H. C. Witaker, night trainmaster, in the trainmaster's office

William R. Warner Co., 18th St. and 6th Ave., New York City. Mr. E. Walton Bobst's office

Shell Gasoline sign, straight-on view, Delaware Street, Walton, New York

Shell Gasoline sign, angle view, Delaware Street, Walton, New York

State Department counselor. Washington, D.C., Nov. 27. A new informal picture of R. Walton Moore, Counselor of the Department of State. A former Assistant Secretary, Moore is the first man to be named to the newly created post of counselor. 11/27/37

Stone Barn, Walton Road, Whitpain Township, Blue Bell, Montgomery County, PA

Davis House, 238 North Broad Street, Monroe, Walton County, GA

State Department confers privately with House on amendments to Neutrality Act. Washington, D.C., June 5. Meeting today in executive session, the House Foreign Affairs Committee conferred with officials from the State Department on proposed amendments to the present neutrality laws. Left to right, seated: R. Walton Moore, State Department counselor, Chairman Sol Bloom, Green H. Hackworth, State Dept. legal advisor; standing: Carlton Savage, assistant to Moore, and Rep. Charles A. Eaton of N.J.

R. Walton Moore Grout, 10/10/21

Sol Walton, Age 88

Hoover & Isaac Walton League, 7/17/29

Hoover & Isaac Walton League, 7/17/29

Hoover & Isaac Walton League, 7/17/29

In spotlight at American Red Cross convention. Washington, D.C., April 24. This year's annual convention of the American Red Cross which commemorates the 75th anniversary of the founding of the organization, convened in Washington today. Here we see Norman Davis, left, Chairman of the Red Cross, and R. Walton Moore, Counselor of the State Department, just before the initial session got underway

Coolidge & J. Walton Neov[...] at Fairfax Court House, 10/28/26

Ickes greets Eden. Washington, D.C., Dec. 13. Arriving at the National Press Club luncheon today, Anthony Eden, former British Foreign Secretary, is greeted by Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes. Also in the picture is undersecretary of State R. Walton Moore, 12/13/38

Mayor White House, 2234 Walton Way, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

Page boys at R. Walton Moores, 5/8/22

Imperishable insects created by scientists. Washington, D.C. June 18. William R. Walton, Senior Entomologist of the Division of Cereal and Forage Insects, U.S. Department of Agriculture, whose unique hobby is the making of metal casts of all sorts of insects from the tiniest Scarab to the enormous six-inch Goliath Beetle, which feeds on the tropical vegetation of New Guinea. In his distinctly original work Mr. Walton uses the Galvano-Plasty method of metal coating, which he set about developing over 30 years ago. This is an electro-mechanical process similar to the electrotype process used in making newspaper cuts. 6/18/37

Major Peter Walton House, Plantersville, Grimes County, TX

State Department Counselor. Washington, D.C., July 30. A new picture of R. Walton Moore, who was recently named to the newly created post of Counselor of the Department of State. He is one of the hardest working government officials, often working as long as 15 or 16 hours a day, 7/30/37

Angus & Sarah L. Walton House, 117 Fifteenth Street, Altoona, Blair County, PA

Alexander Hamilton Papers: Legal File, 1708-1804; Watson v. Walton and Walton

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