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Topic: fenwick

1786
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1937
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Plan of part of the city of Washington exhibiting the property of James M. Ling[a]n ; A map of part of a tract of land called the Hopyard : being part of the estate of William Baily Esq. situated in the city of Washington ... : surveyed by order of the Commissioners Nov. 4th 1794, George Fenwick /

Plan of part of the city of Washington exhibiting the property of Jame...

Cadastral maps showing original landholdings with 1858 street system superimposed. Lingan map covers area bounded by W, 16th, H, 22nd, and Boundary streets N.W. Baily map covers area bounded by F, 14th, N, and ... more

Map of that part of the city on which Mrs. Fenwick's house stands : [Washington D.C.].

Map of that part of the city on which Mrs. Fenwick's house stands : [W...

Covers area bounded by Half St. west, O St. south, Half St. east, and R St. south. Shows block numbers and building dimensions. Possibly drawn by Nicholas King. Black, brown, and red inks. Watermarked [fleur-de... more

[Father Fenwick's discovering of the first Catholics in Ohio]

[Father Fenwick's discovering of the first Catholics in Ohio]

Photograph of a painting(?) shows a priest, Father Fenwick, blessing settlers who are gathered, some on bended knee, near a log church or cabin on the frontier. Title from item. Written in ink on verso: W. Lamp... more

[John Roger Fenwick, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile]

[John Roger Fenwick, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile]

Title devised by Library staff, other information from Miles. Trimmed to image. Dexter, 410 Published in: Saint-Mémin and the Neoclassical profile portrait in America / Ellen G. Miles. Washington, D.C. : Nation... more

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-595-K National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000912

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-595-K National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000912

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-595-K National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000912

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Significance: Building 226 was constructed to serve as a hangar for Walker Army Air Field, established in May 1951. The field was closed to fixed-wing traffic in 1965, and the hangar has been used as a trainin... more

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Significance: Building 226 was constructed to serve as a hangar for Walker Army Air Field, established in May 1951. The field was closed to fixed-wing traffic in 1965, and the hangar has been used as a trainin... more

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Significance: Building 226 was constructed to serve as a hangar for Walker Army Air Field, established in May 1951. The field was closed to fixed-wing traffic in 1965, and the hangar has been used as a trainin... more

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Significance: Building 226 was constructed to serve as a hangar for Walker Army Air Field, established in May 1951. The field was closed to fixed-wing traffic in 1965, and the hangar has been used as a trainin... more

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Building No. 226, Off Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Significance: Building 226 was constructed to serve as a hangar for Walker Army Air Field, established in May 1951. The field was closed to fixed-wing traffic in 1965, and the hangar has been used as a trainin... more