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Ashley's grass[?] piece wagon on this side of tree

Ashley's grass[?] piece wagon on this side of tree

Drawing shows two wagons on a road. Title from item. Unpublished finding aid, Drawings of Jamaica by William Berryman, available in LC Prints & Photographs Reading Room.

The crow quadrilles--Arranged for the pianoforte by Robt. Ashley, Esq. / lith. of Endicott.

The crow quadrilles--Arranged for the pianoforte by Robt. Ashley, Esq....

Music cover with seven vignettes of caricatures of African-Americans.

O'Connor House, where the Union Officers were imprisoned, under fire, on Broad St. near the Ashley Road, Charleston, S.C.

O'Connor House, where the Union Officers were imprisoned, under fire, ...

Stereograph showing three men near all that remains of a brick chimney in front of the O'Connor house at 180 Broad Street. Part of series: The War for the Union. Photographic History. Title from item. Copyright... more

Ruins of the Ashley sod house, Custer County, Nebraska.

Ruins of the Ashley sod house, Custer County, Nebraska.

summary: Note: Ashley was one of the men killed by Haunstin (Hauenstien) on Roten Valley, Custer County, Nebraska. See Butcher's History. original size: 6x8

Mrs. Nancy Ashley, Roten Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Mrs. Nancy Ashley, Roten Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

summary: Note: Her husband was killed by Haunstine (Hauenstein), November 9, 1888. See Butcher's History, p. 253. original size: 6x8

[Black Douglas and Lord Ashley shaking hands]

[Black Douglas and Lord Ashley shaking hands]

Title devised by cataloger. (DLC/PP-1933:0131). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published as tailpiece for: "Black Douglas" by Anna Robeson Brown, St. Nicholas, 22:127 (Dec. 1894).

William Ashley Sunday, 1862-1935

William Ashley Sunday, 1862-1935

portrait, bust, facing left. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

["Magnolia  Plantation," 3550 Ashley Road, Charleston, South Carolina. Azaleas along pathway]

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley Road, Charleston, South Carolina....

Site History. House Architecture: Moved from Somerville, SC, after the Civil War. Landscape: Reverend John Grimke Drayton, first half of the 19th century. Other: Magnolia Plantation founded in 1679 by Thomas Dr... more

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Carolina. Cypress swamp]

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Caro...

Site History. House moved from Somerville, S.C., after the Civil War. Landscape: Reverend John Grimke Drayton, from 1840s. Other: Magnolia Plantation founded in 1679 by Thomas Drayton. Gardens first known as "M... more

["Middleton Place," John Julius Pringle Smith house, 4300 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Carolina. River bank]

["Middleton Place," John Julius Pringle Smith house, 4300 Ashley River...

Site History. House: Original house burned in 1865; a 1755 guest quarters converted to the family house. Landscape: Gardens first planted in 1791 by Henry Middleton; restored by John Julius Pringle Smith, a Mid... more

["Middleton Place," John Julius Pringle Smith house, 4300 Ashley River Road, Charleston, Dorchester County, South Carolina. River bank]

["Middleton Place," John Julius Pringle Smith house, 4300 Ashley River...

Site History. House Architecture: Original house burned in 1865; a 1755 guest quarters converted to the family house. Landscape: Gardens first planted in 1791 by Henry Middleton; restored by John Julius Pringle... more

["Middleton Place," John Julius Pringle Smith house, 4300 Ashley River Road, South Carolina. Butterfly lake]

["Middleton Place," John Julius Pringle Smith house, 4300 Ashley River...

Site History. House: Original house burned in 1865; a 1755 guest quarters converted to the family house. Landscape: Gardens first planted in 1791 by Henry Middleton; restored by John Julius Pringle Smith, a Mid... more

["Middleton Place," John Julius Pringle Smith house, 4300 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Carolina. The Middleton Oak]

["Middleton Place," John Julius Pringle Smith house, 4300 Ashley River...

Site History. House: Original house burned in 1865; a 1755 guest quarters converted to the family house. Landscape: Gardens first planted in 1791 by Henry Middleton; restored by John Julius Pringle Smith, a Mid... more

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Carolina. Azalea reflections in cypress swamp]

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Caro...

Site History. House moved from Somerville, S.C., after the Civil War. Landscape: Reverend John Grimke Drayton, from 1840s. Other: Magnolia Plantation founded in 1679 by Thomas Drayton. Gardens first known as "M... more

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Carolina. Azaleas]

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Caro...

Site History. House moved from Somerville, S.C., after the Civil War. Landscape: Reverend John Grimke Drayton, from 1840s. Other: Magnolia Plantation founded in 1679 by Thomas Drayton. Gardens first known as "M... more

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Carolina. Azaleas along pathway]

["Magnolia Plantation," 3550 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Caro...

Site History. House moved from Somerville, S.C., after the Civil War. Landscape: Reverend John Grimke Drayton, from 1840s. Other: Magnolia Plantation founded in 1679 by Thomas Drayton. Gardens first known as "M... more

First family to settle in Greenbelt. Washington, D.C. The first family to move in and get settled in Greenbelt, MD, the, Resettlement Administration city, is Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Ashley, with their children, Lynn, 18 yrs, Dorma 16 yrs and Eddie, 4 years old. The Ashley Family are shown having the first meal in the new house. 10237

First family to settle in Greenbelt. Washington, D.C. The first family...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... more

U.S.N. scout bombers / George C. Ashley

U.S.N. scout bombers / George C. Ashley

Print shows U.S. Navy bombers in flight during World War II. This record contains unverified, old data from shelflist card, with subsequent revisions. Copyright claimant: S. & G. Gump Co., San Francisco. This r... more

Ashley Howie and Lena Landegger on 18th St. in the Adams Morgan neighborhood, NW, Washington, D.C.

Ashley Howie and Lena Landegger on 18th St. in the Adams Morgan neighb...

Ashley Howie and Lena Landegger worked with Carol M. Highsmith during the Summer of 2010 helping her with the historic Washington, D.C., collection. Title, date, subject note, and keywords provided by the photo... more

U.S. Arsenal, Artillery Shed, 167 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

U.S. Arsenal, Artillery Shed, 167 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, Charlesto...

Significance: A mid-19th century building, greatly altered. Survey number: HABS SC-296 Building/structure dates: after 1850 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1883 Subsequent Work

U.S. Arsenal, Building, 167 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

U.S. Arsenal, Building, 167 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, Charleston Coun...

Significance: A mid-19th century building probably used to house officials of the United States Arsenal. Survey number: HABS SC-295 Building/structure dates: ca. 1844 Initial Construction

U.S. Arsenal, Foundry Building, 167 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

U.S. Arsenal, Foundry Building, 167 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, Charles...

Significance: A mid-19th century building, greatly altered. Survey number: HABS SC-297 Building/structure dates: ca. 1844 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1880 Subsequent Work

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 2. General Correspondence. 1858-1864: James M. Ashley, Sunday, December 25, 1864 (Printed circular regarding passage of 13th Amendment; endorsed by Ashley)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 2. General Correspondence. 1858-1864: J...

Printed circular regarding passage of 13th Amendment; endorsed by Ashley

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John Evans to James M. Ashley, Tuesday, March 14, 1865 (Removal of A. A. Bradford; endorsed by Ashley)
Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John Evans to James M. Ashley, Tuesday, March 14, 1865 (Removal of Samuel E. Brown; endorsed by Ashley)
Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John Evans to James M. Ashley, Tuesday, March 14, 1865 (Removal of S. S. Harding; endorsed by Ashley)
Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John Evans to James M. Ashley, Tuesday, March 14, 1865 (Removal of Justice Armour; endorsed by Ashley)

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