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A.S. Goss, Chief of the Land Bank Commission, he is direct charge of twelve federal land banks. Goss is also Federal Farm Mortgage Commissioner

A.S. Goss, Chief of the Land Bank Commission, he is direct charge of t...

Title from unverified data on the negative or negative sleeve. Date based on date of negatives in same range. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is availabl... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Samuel H. Smith House, Salt River vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house and farm illustrate an evolutionary development which spans 140 years. The original two-story, double-pen log house constructed about 1830 was by the late 1840s extended, with the additi... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Matthew Mappin House, County Route U, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: Began as a two-room log cabin. Within a decade, Mappin had half-a-dozen children, and he had achieved prominence in the local government of Monroe County. Around 1840, to accommodate the increase ... more

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house originally constructed by Robert Eakin about 1840 was a one-room log cabin, constructed with half-dovetail joinery. The addition of a frame kitchen behind the house, and of a bedroom at ... more

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house originally constructed by Robert Eakin about 1840 was a one-room log cabin, constructed with half-dovetail joinery. The addition of a frame kitchen behind the house, and of a bedroom at ... more

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house originally constructed by Robert Eakin about 1840 was a one-room log cabin, constructed with half-dovetail joinery. The addition of a frame kitchen behind the house, and of a bedroom at ... more

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house originally constructed by Robert Eakin about 1840 was a one-room log cabin, constructed with half-dovetail joinery. The addition of a frame kitchen behind the house, and of a bedroom at ... more

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house originally constructed by Robert Eakin about 1840 was a one-room log cabin, constructed with half-dovetail joinery. The addition of a frame kitchen behind the house, and of a bedroom at ... more

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Robert Eakin Farm, County Route U vicinity, Goss, Monroe County, MO

Significance: The house originally constructed by Robert Eakin about 1840 was a one-room log cabin, constructed with half-dovetail joinery. The addition of a frame kitchen behind the house, and of a bedroom at ... more

Votes for Governor, in the State of Vermont, as counted by the canvassing committees in the years 1812 and 1813 ... Montpelier Walton & Goss, printers. [1813?].

Votes for Governor, in the State of Vermont, as counted by the canvass...

Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 177, Folder 11.

Votes for Governor, in the State of Vermont, as counted by the canvassing committees in the years 1812 and 1813 ... Montpelier Walton & Goss, printers. [1813?].

Votes for Governor, in the State of Vermont, as counted by the canvass...

Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 177, Folder 11.

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