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U.S. Reports: Bas v. Tingy, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 37 (1800)

U.S. Reports: Bas v. Tingy, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 37 (1800)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 4; Dallas Volume 4; August Term, 1800; Bas, Plaintiff in Error, versus Tingy, Defendant in Error.

Eliza Madison to Dolley Payne Madison, June 10, 1837.

Eliza Madison to Dolley Payne Madison, June 10, 1837.

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Eliza Madison to Dolley Payne Madison, May 25, 1837.

Eliza Madison to Dolley Payne Madison, May 25, 1837.

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Eliza Jane
[Mr. Couldock and his daughter (Eliza?) in scene from "The Chimney Corner"]

[Mr. Couldock and his daughter (Eliza?) in scene from "The Chimney Cor...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 29, no. 738 (1869 Nov. 13), p. 148 (top image and text). Reference copy may be in BIOG FILE - Cou... more

[Alexander Melville Bell with his wife Eliza Grace Symonds and their granddaughter Elsie May Bell at Beinn Bhreagh, Nova Scotia]

[Alexander Melville Bell with his wife Eliza Grace Symonds and their g...

Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress). Published in: A Century of photographs, 1846-1946: selected from the collections of the L... more

[Mabel Hubbard Bell, Alexander Graham Bell, Dr. Bartol, Alexander Melville Bell, Eliza Grace Symonds, and Mary True with children, Daisy Bell, Gypsy Grossman, and Elsie Bell at the Hubbard home in Manchester, Mass.]

[Mabel Hubbard Bell, Alexander Graham Bell, Dr. Bartol, Alexander Melv...

Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress).

[Massachusetts. Lynn. shoe factories, 1895?: "Miss Eliza Combs, typical old maid worker"]

[Massachusetts. Lynn. shoe factories, 1895?: "Miss Eliza Combs, typica...

Title and other information transcribed from unverified, old caption card data and item. Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection. Caption card tracings: Shelf. Women Employment.

[Eliza Big Claw, full-length portrait, standing, facing left]
Eliza W. Osborne to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Eliza W. Osborne to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Eliza Wright Osbourne sends regrets that due to her health she can not join Anne Fitzhugh Miller's party going to Albany legislative hearings. Comments "Funny what a snarl they have got into in regard to the di... more

[Eliza Hardy Lord]

[Eliza Hardy Lord]

Summary: Head-and-shoulders studio portrait of Eliza Hardy Lord, facing camera, painted background. Photographic studio information stamped on item. Title derived by Library of Congress staff.

Eliza Wright Osborne dies at age 82

Eliza Wright Osborne dies at age 82

Obituary of Eliza Wright Osbourne, daughter of Martha Wright and niece of Lucretia Mott, active suffragist, vice president, New York State Women Suffrage Association.

Jessie Wilson -- Elisa [i.e., Eliza] Dodge -- Mrs. D.H. Morris -- Mrs. H. Bremer

Jessie Wilson -- Elisa [i.e., Eliza] Dodge -- Mrs. D.H. Morris -- Mrs....

Photo shows activist Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre (1887-1933), daughter of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson; Miss Elizabeth W. Dodge (daughter of Cleveland Dodge), Mrs. D.H. Morris and immigration specialist Mrs Ha... more

[Eliza Monroe Hay, daughter of President James Monroe, head-and-shoulder portrait, head tilted left, facing front]

[Eliza Monroe Hay, daughter of President James Monroe, head-and-should...

Title devised by Library staff. Photo of portrait.

Gravestone of Eliza Jane Riley

Gravestone of Eliza Jane Riley

People in photograph: Wilson, William A. inscription: "Born . . . Madison Co. Ill.;" fieldworker seated in front of gravestone

Jacob & Eliza Fries House, Bedford Street, Claysburg, Blair County, PA

Jacob & Eliza Fries House, Bedford Street, Claysburg, Blair County, PA

See also HABS PA-5973 & PA-5970 for additional information on the refractories industry. Survey number: HABS PA-5979

Odd-fellows' hall! Seventh street. The low comedian and dancer. Com. Foote. and his sister Miss Eliza Nestell the two smallest human beings in the world will appear at the above hall in a choice selections of unique & chaste performances ... Was

Odd-fellows' hall! Seventh street. The low comedian and dancer. Com. F...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 5 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 210, Folder 35. Copy scanned: 2

"Aunt Eliza Cook"

"Aunt Eliza Cook"

summary: Portrait of Eliza Oblinger Cook. This photograph is one of forty-eight found in an album that probably belonged to Mattie Oblinger. The identifications are attributed to one of her daughters.

Eliza, she thought she heard the trader make and offer for her boy; could she be mistaken?

Eliza, she thought she heard the trader make and offer for her boy; co...

This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Corbaux, L.

Eliza

Eliza

Currier & Ives : a catalogue raisonné / compiled by Gale Research. Detroit, MI : Gale Research, c1983, no. 1829

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