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The tomb of Washington / engraved by W. Woodruff Cunr. for the Ladies Repository.

Refutation of a base slander [Regarding Thomas M. Woodruff] American Ensign Office, 104 Nassau Street. [1844].

Lady Woodruff, Miller's damsel, General Darcy and Stella: trotting for a purse of $800 mile heats best 3 in. 5 in. harness

Woodruff, 2nd Ky Inf

Woodruff, 2nd Ky Inf

Truman Woodruff, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, June 15, 1861 (Petition recommending U.S. Commissioner)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, June 15, 1861 (Situation in St. Louis)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 22, 1861 (Chase more valuable in Senate than in cabinet)

George C. Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 05, 1862 (Recommendation)

Tim Woodruff

T.L. Woodruff

D.H. Ralston, T. Woodruff, C. Betz, E.A. Ebbets, M.J. Dady

Madelyn Sheppard, J.B. Wells, Mrs. L.B. Woodruff, Annelu Burns

A.D. Woodruff

Tim Woodruff and wife

Eleanor Woodruff

M.J. Dady, Lou Payne, T.L. Woodruff, and G.W. Aldridge, seated together on porch

Mrs. H.L. Satterlee, Mrs. L.B. Woodruff

Stanley Howlett -- Eleanor Woodruff

Tim Woodruff

For Governor Benjamin B. Odell, Jr., for Lieutenant governor Timothy L. Woodruff

T.L. Woodruff

Tim Woodruff, N.Y.

State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Friday, the fourteenth day of June as flag day ... Given under my hand ... this thirtieth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Friday, May the third, one thousand nine hundred and seven as arbor and bird day ... Given under my hand ... this twelfth day of April, in the year of

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Rollin S. Woodruff Governor a proclamation ... I hereby appoint Thursday, the twenty-eighth of November, as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this ninth day of November in the year o

Governor Woodruff (Connecticut), Washington

T.L. Woodruff

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Rollin S. Woodruff Governor, A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Thursday, the twenty-sixth day of November as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this twelfth day of November, in the

T.L. Woodruff at Sullivan funeral, New York

C.R. Woodruff

Rep. Roy O. Woodruff

Mary Condon & Mrs. T. Woodruff

Geo. Woodruff

Woodruff, Barnes, and White, standing together in park

Mr. Straus, Mrs. T. Woodruff, and Mary Condon

Woodruff Won’t Obey Bishop on Sunday Flights [New York American, 28 September 1911]

Roy O. Woodruff, Mich.

Roy O. Woodruff, Mich.

Royal C. Johnson & Roy V. Woodruff, [4/15/22]

The new amphibian airplane, that is at home both [...] water and land was inspected by a Congressional Committee at Bolling Field, Monday, January 19. The machine was designed by Grover Loenig, of New York. Left to right in the group, standing before the neew plane are: Major H.B. Clagett, Commander of Bolling Field; Representatives Frank Reed, Florian Lampert, Randolph Perkins, A.S. Prall, Major Raycroft Walsh, Lt. Wendell H. Brookley, who piloted the machine from New York to Washington, Mr. Loening, the designer, and Rep. Roy O. Woodruff

Tulip, Tulipa ; Woodruff, Asperula arvensis ; Horned poppy, Roemeria ; Small poppy, Papaver / G.S.W.

Hopkins gives testimony. Harry Hopkins of FERA, left, is cross examined by Rep. Roy O. Woodruff, R. of Mich. when the FERA Administrator appeared to support the Administration's Social Security program which is being examined by the Ways and Means Committee of the House. 1/23/35

The American times- chronicle. Containing the freshest advices - both foreign and domestic. December 1776. [n. p.] Copyright 1935 by Herbert A. Woodruff.

C. A. Woodruff

C. A. Woodruff

White Plains, Greene County, Georgia. Mr. Woodruff, Methodist preacher in the church

Southington, Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodruff. Samuel Woodruff, an ancestor who came to America more than 300 years ago, was Southington's first white settler

Atlantic University, Atlanta, Georgia. The painter Hale Woodruff

Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia. The painter Hale Woodruff

Royal C. Johnson & Roy V. Woodruff, 4/15/22

Army and Corps area Commanders meet with Woodring and Chief of Staff. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. A conference held yesterday at the War Department between Army and Corps area commanders and the Secretary of War and Chief of Staff was held to plan intensive training of the army for the next six months. Left to right: Brig. Gen. Lorenzo D. Gasser; Maj. Gen. Daniel Van Voorhis, Commanding General of the 5th Corps. area; Maj. Gen. Percy P. Bishop, Commanding General, 7th Corps. area; Maj. Gen. Herbert J. Brees, Commanding General, 8th Corps area; Lieut. Gen. Stanley D. Embick, Commanding General, 3rd Army and Fourth Corps area; Lieut. Gen. Hugh A. Drum, Commanding General, First Army and Second Corps. area; Major Gen. George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff; Harry Woodring, Secretary of War, Lieut. Gen. Stanley H. Ford, Commanding General, 2nd Army and Sixth Corps area on or about Dec. 1 with the rank of Lieutenant General; Maj. Gen. James K. Parsons, Commanding General, 3rd Corps area; Maj. Gen. James A. Woodruff, Commanding General, 1st Corps area; Brig. Gen. George P. Tyner, Assistant Chief of Staff. Note: Brig. Gen. Gasser who is first in this photo is Acting Chief of Staff

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Jane E. Woodruff, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 11, 1864 (Request pardon for William E. Woodruff)

"Dutchman" and Hiram Woodruff

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Jane E. Woodruff, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 11, 1864 (Request pardon for William E. Woodruff)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Jane E. Woodruff, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 11, 1864 (Request pardon for William E. Woodruff)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, October 26, 1860 (Support)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, October 26, 1860 (Support)

John Lambert to Joseph Woodruff, March 17, 1815

John Lambert to Joseph Woodruff, March 17, 1815

John Lambert to Joseph Woodruff, March 17, 1815

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff. Governor a proclamation ... I hereby appoint the seventeenth day of April as a day of devotion, of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this second day of April, in the year of our Lord,

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff. Governor a proclamation ... I hereby appoint the seventeenth day of April as a day of devotion, of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this second day of April, in the year of our Lord,

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff. Governor a proclamation ... I hereby appoint the seventeenth day of April as a day of devotion, of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this second day of April, in the year of our Lord,

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, January 29, 1815

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, January 29, 1815

State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff Governor. A proclamation ... I therefore designate Monday, the fifteenth day of June as flag day ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-fifth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundre

State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff Governor. A proclamation ... I therefore designate Monday, the fifteenth day of June as flag day ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-fifth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundre

State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff Governor. A proclamation ... I therefore designate Monday, the fifteenth day of June as flag day ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-fifth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundre

Israel C. Woodruff to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, February 10, 1864 (Sends maps)

Israel C. Woodruff to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, February 10, 1864 (Sends maps)

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, September 18, 1814

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, September 18, 1814

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, September 18, 1814

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, September 18, 1814

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 09, 1864 (Advises Lincoln to get rid of Blairs)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 09, 1864 (Advises Lincoln to get rid of Blairs)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 09, 1864 (Advises Lincoln to get rid of Blairs)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 09, 1863 (Politics and patronage in St. Louis; endorsed by Lincoln, April 16, 1863)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 09, 1863 (Politics and patronage in St. Louis; endorsed by Lincoln, April 16, 1863)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 09, 1863 (Politics and patronage in St. Louis; endorsed by Lincoln, April 16, 1863)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 09, 1863 (Politics and patronage in St. Louis; endorsed by Lincoln, April 16, 1863)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 09, 1863 (Politics and patronage in St. Louis; endorsed by Lincoln, April 16, 1863)

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, September 15, 1815

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, September 15, 1815

Joseph Woodruff to Andrew Jackson, September 15, 1815

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

John Woodruff House, 28 Hanover Road, Hanover, Morris County, NJ

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