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U.S. Ship Pennsylvania. Charles Stewart Esq. Comr. / Drawn on stone by Charles C. Barton, U.S.N. ; Lith. & Pubd. by Lehmann & Duval Philadelphia.

U.S. Ship Pennsylvania. Charles Stewart Esq. Comr. / Drawn on stone by...

Print showing the sailing battleship Pennsylvania.

Homicide of P. Barton Key by Hon. Daniel E. Sickles, at Washington, on Sunday, Feb. 27, 1859
Philip Barton Key, d. 1859

Philip Barton Key, d. 1859

Head and shoulders, facing front.

[Peru, Illinois; view of James Barton's polygon mill, patented Aug. 2, 1864]

[Peru, Illinois; view of James Barton's polygon mill, patented Aug. 2,...

Photograph shows four men standing at front entrance of mill shaped like a polygon; signage on building: Polygon Mill patented James Barton's Aug. 2, 1864.

[J.W. Drew, Clara Barton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schloss(?) on porch of house, 26 New St., Ansonia, Conn.]

[J.W. Drew, Clara Barton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schloss(?) on porch ...

Stamp on verso: "Clara Barton Brow (Drew?), studio and home portraits."

Clara Barton - from portrait taken in Civil War and authorized by her as the one she wished to be remembered by

Clara Barton - from portrait taken in Civil War and authorized by her ...

Clara Barton, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.

Clara Barton.  A war time photograph by Brady

Clara Barton. A war time photograph by Brady

Clara Barton, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly left.

[The Clara Barton Ambulance Corps of the National First Aid Association of America]

[The Clara Barton Ambulance Corps of the National First Aid Associatio...

Photograph showing two uniformed men standing before the entrance of a building bearing the name of The Clara Barton Ambulance Corps above the door and the insignia of The National First Aid Association of Amer... more

Clara Barton, 1821-1912

Clara Barton, 1821-1912

Full lgth., standing, facing slightly right.

Clara Barton, 1821-1912

Clara Barton, 1821-1912

Half lgth., facing left.

City Hall, Washington Street, Phoenix, Ariz. / Lester Clement Barton.

City Hall, Washington Street, Phoenix, Ariz. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows a commercial street in Phoenix, Arizona with the city hall on the left.

Washington St., Phoenix, Ariz. / Lester Clement Barton.

Washington St., Phoenix, Ariz. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows commercial street in Phoenix, Arizona. Businesses include a second hand furniture store, H. Hamburger Everybody's Taylor, the Vendome Hotel, and the Phoenix Trunk Factory. Large posters on the wa... more

Avalon and bay, Catalina Island. / Lester Clement Barton.

Avalon and bay, Catalina Island. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows the waterfront and surrounding coast at Avalon, California.

Old Ben grabbing an albacore, Avalon, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Old Ben grabbing an albacore, Avalon, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows a seal on the shore eating a fish.

The town and bay of Avalon, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

The town and bay of Avalon, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows the waterfront and surrounding coast at Avalon, California.

Old Ben dashing in for a fish, Avalon, Catalina Island / Lester Clement Barton.

Old Ben dashing in for a fish, Avalon, Catalina Island / Lester Clemen...

Postcard shows a seal on the shore moving toward a large fish tied to a rope.

Palm Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona / Lester Clement Barton.

Palm Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows a palm lined residential street in Phoenix, Arizona.

Avalon, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Avalon, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows a view of Avalon, California from the water.

Pioneer hotel of Phoenix, Ariz., patronized by U.S. Army officers in the early '80s / Lester Clement Barton.

Pioneer hotel of Phoenix, Ariz., patronized by U.S. Army officers in t...

Postcard shows the Gold Hotel and restaurant on the corner of a commercial street in Phoenix, Arizona.

Capitol of Arizona, Phoenix / Lester Clement Barton.

Capitol of Arizona, Phoenix / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows the Arizona territorial capitol building.

Casa Blanca driveway, Phoenix, Ariz. / Lester Clement Barton.

Casa Blanca driveway, Phoenix, Ariz. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows an entry to a palm lined driveway.

Banning's Cove, Catalina Island, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Banning's Cove, Catalina Island, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows a house nestled in a cove near a sandy beach.

Avalon, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Avalon, Cal. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows gulls eating dead fish.

The wonderful Bay of Avalon, Catalina Island / Lester Clement Barton.

The wonderful Bay of Avalon, Catalina Island / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows the waterfront and surrounding coast at Avalon, California.

Adams St., Phoenix, Ariz. / Lester Clement Barton.

Adams St., Phoenix, Ariz. / Lester Clement Barton.

Postcard shows a commercial street in Phoenix, Arizona. A large hotel is on one corner. Other businesses on the street include the New York Life Insurance Co., Dwight B. Heard, and the Arizona Mercantile Company.

Mrs. M.W. Barton French

Mrs. M.W. Barton French

Photograph shows Mary Walker Barton French (1866-1964) aboard the ship Rotterdam in 1915. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

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