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Oldsmobile Sales Co., Rock Creek Park, [Washington, D.C.]

CHIEF EXECUTIVE RETURNS FROM WARM SPRINGS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. LOOKING THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY RETURNED FROM A SPRING VACATION AT WARM SPRINGS. BESIDES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT ON THE TRIP FROM HIS GEORGIA RETREAT, OTHERS AT UNION STATION WERE SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL AND SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU. LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

Thomas Jefferson, , Itinerary and Map of Trip from Washington, D. C. to Stevensburg

Part of Georgetown, Maryland /

George Washington's map, accompanying his "journal to the Ohio", 1754.

[Cadastral map of Beatty and Hawkins's addition to Georgetown, Washington D.C.].

Map of George Town, 1751.

[Property survey of tracts and land grants in part of Maryland near Tiber Creek, now central Washington D.C.].

[Property survey of that part of Prince Georges County, Maryland, later to become central Washington D.C.].

Plat of Carrollsburg /

Copy of a survey return'd by Mr. Sam Lewis, surveyor of Botetourt Coun[t]y. Surveyed for George Washington 2950 acres of land (by virtue of a warrant for 5,000 acres granted by His Excellency the Governor to said Washington agreeable to His Majesty proclamatiom issued in the year 1763) lying in the county of Botetourt on the n.e. side of the Great Kanhaway about a mile and half above the mouth of Cole River, joining the upper end of the Poketillico survey ... Novemr. 6th, 1774.

[Eight survey tracts along the Kanawha River, W.Va. showing land granted to George Washington and others.

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to John A. Washington, March 25, 1775

An express just arrived from General Washington. Camp at Cambridge. Oct. 24, 1775. Sir. The inclosed information being of the highest importance, I thought it proper to transmit it to you with all dispatch. I am Sir Your obedient servant George

In council, December 1, 1775. Whereas it is of the utmost importance to the inhabitants of this Colony, as well as the American army, that the fortifications at Cambridge and Roxbury be effectually defended and his Excellency General Washington

An intercepted original letter from General Washington to his Lady, in the year 1776. To Mrs. Washington, &c. My dearest life and love. June 24, 1776.

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

By His excellency, George Washington, Esq; Captain-General and Commander in chief of the forces of the thirteen United Colonies. Whereas the ministerial army abandoned the Town of Boston; and the forces of the United Colonies, under my command,

George Washington, Esq'r. - general and commander in chief of the Continental Army in America / done from an original, drawn from the life by Alex'r. Campbell, of Williamsburgh in Virginia ; Ioh. Martin Will excud. Aug. Vind.

[Fort Washington & vicinity.

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sir William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey, against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th of October to the 28th of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains the 28th of October.

Sketch of the engagement at Trenton, given on the 26th of December 1776 betwixt the American troops under command of General Washington, and three Hessian regiments under command of Colonell Rall, in which the latter a part surrendert themselves prisoner of war.

A tracing relating to Fort Washington or Knyphausen.

A plan of the attack of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen, and of the American lines on New-York Island by the King's troops, on the 16th of November 1776.

The Committee of both houses on the letter this morning received by this Court from His Excellency General Washington relative to supplying the army with fire-arms, beg leave to report by way of resolve: [That a committee be appointed to collect

Sketth [sic] of the Hessian attack on Fort Washington under General Knypehausen on the 16th November 1776.

Baltimore, Dec. 31, 1776. This morning Congress received the following letter from General Washington. Head-Quarters, Nowtown, 27th Dec. 1776. Sir I have the pleasure of congratulating you upon the success of an enterprize, which I had formed ag

[Coast of Maine from Rockland Harbor to Pemaquid Point.

[Map of defenses of New York Island from Fort Washington to Fort Independence, with redoubts, etc. planned between.

Plan of the operations of General Washington against the King's troops in New Jersey, from the 26th of December 1776 to the 3d of January 1777.

Plan de notre camp à New Brunswick le 12e. juin, notre marche le 14 à Middlebush, la situation du camp le 15e juin, et cette du Genl. Washington à Boundbrook, le poste que le Genl. Sulivan occupoit le 15 dans la nuit pour courir Philadelphia, se postant sur la route de Pennington,

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sr. William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th. of October, to the 28th. of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains, the 28th. of October.

Plan of the operations of General Washington, against the Kings troops in New Jersey, from the 26th. of December, 1776, to the 3d. January 1777.

A topographical map of the northn. part of New York Island, exhibiting the plan of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen, with the rebels lines to the southward, which were forced by the troops under the command of the Rt. Honble. Earl Percy, on the 16th Novr. 1776, and survey'd immediately after by order of His Lordship. To which is added the attack made to the northd. by the Hessians.

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, April 18, 1777, Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

To the inhabitants of Pennsylvania. In Council of Safety. Lancaster, 23, October, 1777 Friends and countrymen. We are again called upon by General Washington, for a reinforcement of the militia and have complied with his requisition, on our part

To the inhabitants of Pennsylvania. In Council of Safety. Lancaster, 23, October, 1777 Friends and countrymen. We are again called upon by General Washington, for a reinforcement of the militia and have complied with his requisition, on our part

A topographical map of the northn. part of New York Island, exhibiting the plan of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen, with the rebels lines to the southward, which were forced by the troops under the command of the Rt. Honble. Earl Percy on the 16th. Novr. 1776, and survey'd immediately after by order of His Lordship,

George Washington, Esq'r. - Americanischer generalissimus

Plan of the operations of General Washington, against the Kings troops in New Jersey, from the 26th, of December, 1776, to the 3d. January 1777.

The glorious Washington and Gates

Gen'l. George Washington

[Disposition of British troops, with fortifications north of Fort Knipehausen, i.e. Fort Washington to Fort Independence.

Carte de l'affaire de Montmouth : ou le G'al Washington commandon l'armée américaine et le G'l Clinton l'armée angloise le 28 juin 1778 /

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, July 23, 1779, Request to Send Letter to Mr. Battora in New York under Flag of Truce

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, June 11, 1780

General Washington

Lund Washington to Unknown, August 16, 1780.

His excellency George Washington Esq'r. captain general of all the American forces

G. Washington, generaal der Noord-Americaanen / Reinr Vinkeles, sculp. naar een origineel schildery, by den Wel Ed. Heer P. van Winter, Nic:z.

George Washington to Joseph Jones, May 14, 1780. James Madison List to 1789 MAY 11.

Reddition de l'Armée angloises commandée par Mylord Comte de Cornwallis aux armees combinées des Etats Unis de l'Amérique et de France aux ordres des Generaux Washington et de Rochambeau a Yorck Touwn et Glocester dans la Virginie, le 19 Octobre 1781.

The Colonial Gazette. Oct. 1781. Supplement Num. 39. Letter from Gen. Washington to the Governor of Maryland, announcing the surrender of Cornwallis

Horatio Huntington to George Washington, May 22, 1781

Horatio Thomson to George Washington, October 7, 1781

A Plan of the entrance of Chesapeak [sic] Bay, with James and York Rivers; wherein are shewn the respective positions (in the beginning of October) 1. of the British Army commanded by Lord Cornwallis, at Gloucester and York in Virginia; 2. of the American and French forces under General Washington, 3. and of the French fleet under Count de Grasse.

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, March 19, 1781

His excy. George Washington Esqr. captain general of all the American forces / J. Norman.

Plan of York Town and Gloucester in Virginia, shewing the works constructed for the defence of those posts by the Rt. Honble: Lieut. General Earl Cornwallis, with the attacks of the combined army of French and rebels under the command of the Generals Count de Rochambaud and Washington which capitulated October 1781.

Carte du théatre dela guerre actuel entre les Anglais et les Trieze Colonies Unies de l'Amerique Septentrionale / dressée par J. B. Eliot, aide de camp du Général Washington ...

Defense Mapping Agency Bicentennial commemorative memento of the Battle of Yorktown : to His Excellency Gen'l Washington, commander in chief of the armies of the United States of America, this plan of the investment of York and Gloucester has been surveyed and laid down, and is most humbly dedicated.

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, October 28, 1781

A Plan of the entrance of Chesapeak Bay, with James and York rivers; wherein are shewn the respective positions (in the beginning of October) 1.⁰ of the British Army commanded by Lord Cornwallis at Gloucester and York in Virginia; 2.⁰ of the American and French forces under General Washington; 3.⁰ and of the French Fleet under Count de Grasse.

G. Washington / J. Trumbull pinx. ; Ta. le Roy sculp.

To His Excellency Genl. Washington, Commander in Chief of the armies of the United States of America, this plan of the investment of York and Gloucester has been surveyed and laid down,

Plan de la bataille de Montmouth où le Gl. Washington commandait l'Armée américaine et le Gl. Clinton l'Armée anglaise, le 28 juin 1778.

Guy Carleton and Robert Digby to George Washington, March 19, 1783

James Madison to George Washington, April 29, 1783.

His excellency General Washington commander in chief of the united States of North America &c. / B.B.E.

Mrs. General Washington, bestowing thirteen stripes on Britania

Guy Carleton to George Washington, April 6, 1783

George Washington commander in chief of ye armies of ye United States of America / engraved by W. Sharp, from an original picture.

His Excellency George Washington's last legacy. A circular letter ... dated June 11, 1783. [Fish-Kill? Printed by Samuel Loudon? or Poughkeepsie, printed by John Holt? 1783].

This map of Kentucke, drawn from actual observations, is inscribed with the most perfect respect, to the Honorable the Congress of the United States of America; and to His Excellcy. George Washington, late Commander in Chief of their Army.

Map of landholdings in the part of Prince George's County (Md.) that is now central Washington D.C.

1. General Washington's reitende leibgarde 2. die independent company, chef general Washington / D. Chodowiecki id ; D. Berger sc.

1. General Washington 2. General Gates 3. Dr. Franklin 4. Präsid Laurens 5. Paul Jones / D. Berger sculp. 1784.

[Allegory: Nature stands ready to strike the lyre, as Liberty presents medal to Washington; Fame blows her trumpet, and Astrea finds a part of the earth where she may fix her residence]

Die Hessen, vom General Washington am 25ten Dec. 1776, zu Trenton überfallen, werden als Kriegsgefangne in Philadelphia eingebracht / D. Chodowiecki del. et sculp.

This map of Kentucke : drawn from actual observations, is inscribed with the most perfect respect, to the honorable congress of the United States of America, and to His Excell'cy George Washington, late commander in chief of their army /

[George Washington] / J. Norman sc.

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, July 17, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, January 7, 1786

James Madison to George Washington, December 26, 1787.

James Madison to George Washington, December 7, 1787.

General Washington / J. Trenchard scpt.

James Madison to George Washington, November 20, 1787.

James Madison to George Washington, February 15, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 26, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, February 11, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 4, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, January 14, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 18, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 13, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 25, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 21, 1788.

[Silhouette of George Washington and bust portrait of Benjamin Franklin]

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, December 5, 1788

A sonata, sung by a number of young girls, dressed in white and decked with wreaths and chaplets of flowers, holding baskets of flowers in their hands as General Washington passed under the Triumphal arch raised on the bridge at Trenton, April 2