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Notice to the public. At the request of the Executrix of the late Col. William Byrd of Westover, it is thought proper to warn the public against the purchase of supposed titles to lots in the City of Richmond, to which the seller can show no leg

Map shewing [sic] march of the [U.S.] Army from Harrison's Landing or Westover to Williamsburg, Virginia, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th August.

Westover Landing, Virginia. Col. William W. Averell, 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry and staff

Westover Landing, Virginia. View of transports in James River

Westover Landing, Virginia. Officers of 3rd and 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry illustrating the hardships of war

Col. J. H. Childs and staff, 4th Pa. Cavalry, Westover Landing, Va., Aug. 1862

[Westover, Virginia, north gate]

[Westover, James River, Va.]

Graves of Sir William Byrd, Mary Byrd and Evelyn Byrd, Westover, James River, Va.

[Westover, James River, Va.]

Westover, James River, Va.

Westover, James River, Va.

The Old elm, Westover, Va.

[Monument of Col. William Byrd, Westover, Va.]

[The Mansion, Westover, Virginia]

The Mansion, Westover, Va.

Gates to Westover Mansion, James River, Va.

East gate, Westover, Va.

The Mansion (rear view), Westover, Va.

8:30 A.M., Nov. 12, 1912. Two young girls, Murry and Westover, carrying home sacks full of hose-supporters for home work, from American Narrow Fabric Co., Worcester, Mass. Loads are heavy and distances long. They hurry so they won't be late to school. They have to stop frequently to rest. (See Report of F. A. Smith, also photos of Westover and Murry families (interiors)). Location: Worcester, Massachusetts

8:30 A.M., Nov. 12, 1912. Two young girls, Murry and Westover, carrying home sacks full of hose-supporters for home work, from American Narrow Fabric Co., Worcester, Mass. Loads are heavy and distances long. They hurry so they won't be late to school. They have to stop frequently to rest. (See Report of F. A. Smith, also photos of Westover and Murry families (interiors)). Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Westover Church, Charles City Courthouse vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover Church, Charles City Courthouse vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover Church, Charles City Courthouse vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover Church, Charles City Courthouse vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Main facade, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, doorway close-up, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

["Westover," Richard Crane house, 7000 Westover Road, Charles City, Charles City County, Virginia. Boxwood pathway]

Westover, gate, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Westover, Charles City vic., Charles City County, Virginia

Glebe House, Charles City, Charles City County, Virginia

Glebe House, Charles City, Charles City County, Virginia

Glebe House, Charles City, Charles City County, Virginia

Glebe House, Charles City, Charles City County, Virginia

Glebe House, Charles City, Charles City County, Virginia

Glebe House, Charles City, Charles City County, Virginia

PRESIDENT GREETS STRATO FLYERS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT GREETS THE ARMY FLIERS WHO PILOTED THE STRATO BALLOON TO A NEW ALTITUDE RECORD OF 74,000 FEET IN SOUTH DAKOTA ON THE U.S. AIR CORP-NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC FLIGHT. FROM THE LEFT: CAPT. ALBERT STEVENS; GEN. MALIN CRAIG, CHIEF OF STAFF; MAJ. GEN. OSCAR WESTOVER, ACTING CHIEF OF THE AIR CORPS; AND CAPT. ORVAL ANDERSON. CAPTAINS STEVENS AND ANDERSON, WHO MADE THE FLIGHT, PREDICT THAT THE EVENTUAL CEILING IS ABOUT 80,000 FEET, AND SAID THAT ANOTHER 1,000 FEET MIGHT HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THEIR RECORD BY USING HYDROGEN

Miner takes washtub bath as most the families do. Westover, West Virginia

Miner takes shower, which he built in the cellar of his home. Westover, West Virginia

A more well-to-do miner listening to the radio when he returns home in the morning after working on the night shift. He is Polish, his wife Hungarian. These "foreigners" are generally thrifties and their houses are cleaner than the Negros or "Americans." Westover, West Virginia

Miner takes washtub bath as most the families do. Westover, West Virginia

Potomac Electric Power Co. houses. Kramer house on Westover I

Miner takes shower, which he built in the cellar of his home. Westover, West Virginia

A more well-to-do miner starts his breakfast when he comes home in the morning after working on the night shift. He is Polish, his wife Hungarian. Westover, West Virginia

Potomac Electric Power Co. houses. Kramer house on Westover II

A more well-to-do miner listening to the radio when he returns home in the morning after working on the night shift. He is Polish, his wife Hungarian. These "foreigners" are generally thrifties and their houses are cleaner than the Negros or "Americans." Westover, West Virginia

Baskets of green tomatoes at a farm near Westover, Maryland

A group of Maryland tomato pickers resting during lunch period. Westover, Maryland

Migratory workers grading tomatoes on a farm near Westover, Maryland

A group of Maryland tomato pickers resting during lunch period. Westover, Maryland

Grading tomatoes on a farm near Westover, Maryland

Migratory workers grading tomatoes on a farm near Westover, Maryland

Florida tomato wrapper at work on a farm near Westover, Maryland

Loading tomatoes from the Long Brothers Packing Company into freight cars for shipment. Near Westover, Maryland

Grading tomatoes on a farm near Westover, Maryland

Florida tomato wrapper at work on a farm near Westover, Maryland

Manor home of Shirley Plantation, Virginia's oldest plantation, founded in 1613 in Charles City, Virginia

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Westover Library/Reed School, 1644 N. McKinley Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C.

View of a portion of the house designed by acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei designed this modernist home in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei designed this modernist home in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei designed this modernist home in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

View of a portion of the house designed by acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Sculpture on the grounds of a house designed by acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei designed this modernist home in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Sculpture on the grounds of a house designed by acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei designed this modernist home in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Sculpture on the grounds of a house designed by acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Sculpture on the grounds of a house designed by acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei designed this modernist home in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei designed this modernist home in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Sculpture on the grounds of a house designed by acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Sculpture on the grounds of a house designed by acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Acclaimed international architect I.M. Pei designed this modernist home in the Westover section of Fort Worth, Texas

Air Corps Chief before Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., May 24. Maj. Gen. Oscars Westover, (left) Chief of the U.S. Army Air Corps, with Senator Elbert D. Thomas of Utah, Chairman of the Senate Military Affairs Subcommittee now conducting hearings on the Helium gas bill. Gen. Westover is expected to testify tomorrow, 5/24/37

Plan shewing [sic] entrenched position of Union army at Westover or Harrison's Landing, James River, Va., July and August 1862.