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A partial view of the Lincoln cabin with open door and group of four including Mr. Thomas Lincoln's grandson John J. Hall / Root, Kimball Hall Studio, 243 Wabash Ave., Chicago.

A partial view of the Lincoln cabin with open door and group of four i...

W26334 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyright July 23, 1891, by the Lincoln Log Cabin Association, Chicago, Ills.

Front view of a portion of the Lincoln cabin with a group composed of Mrs. Norah Gridley, Miss Mary Coleman, the typewriter, the brothers Megar, architects, and Mr. Stille, and showing young Hall a great grandson of Tho Lincoln looking through the window of the east room of the cabin / Root, Kimball Hall Studio, 243 Wabash Ave., Chicago.

Front view of a portion of the Lincoln cabin with a group composed of ...

W29632 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyright 1891, by the Lincoln Log Cabin Association, Chicago, Ills.

... Thomas Ewing and vice-presidency. Famous Ohioan's grandson presents new evidence concerning the whig national convention of 1848. To the editor of the Republican ... Thomas Ewing. Chrysler building. New York City, October 11, 1933. Reprinted

... Thomas Ewing and vice-presidency. Famous Ohioan's grandson present...

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 79, Folder 55.

[Happy days, a portrait of the photographer's grandson Charles O'Malley]

[Happy days, a portrait of the photographer's grandson Charles O'Malle...

Charles O'Malley, surrounded by girls, some holding wildflowers and a kitten, outdoors in Newport, Rhode Island. LOT 10137 (location of corresponding print made by the Library of Congress Photoduplication Servi... more

[Family portrait with Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and grandson?] / Walter Scott Shinn, N.Y.

[Family portrait with Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and...

Title devised by Library staff. Photographer's embossed stamp appears on the lower right.

Sir Winston, his son Randolf [i.e., Randolph], and grandson, Winston in coronation robes

Sir Winston, his son Randolf [i.e., Randolph], and grandson, Winston i...

Photograph shows Winston Churchill, full-length portrait, seated, facing front, with his son and grandson standing behind him, wearing coronation robes, at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Title from item.... more

Portrait of Loui Cerri with his Grandson, Joshua Cerri

Portrait of Loui Cerri with his Grandson, Joshua Cerri

People in photograph: Cerri, Loui; Cerri, Joshua

Cowboy and his grandson on a Longhorn at the Houston Livestock Show, Houston, Texas

Cowboy and his grandson on a Longhorn at the Houston Livestock Show, H...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Herman Williams, cracking walnuts with this grandson, Nicholas

Herman Williams, cracking walnuts with this grandson, Nicholas

During black walnut season in 1995, we visited the home of Wesley Scarbrough's uncle, Herman Williams, Sr. on Buffalo Fork of Clear Fork. Wesley's cousin Herman, Jr. was there with his son, Nicholas, who cracke... more

"Aunt" Eva Burnside with her grandson, Dean Bradford

"Aunt" Eva Burnside with her grandson, Dean Bradford

Event: Pine Knob Ramp Supper on Drews Creek (an annual event).

Syble Pettry and her grandson, Rusty, unpacking Leather Britches
The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

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The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

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The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

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The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

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The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

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The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson, J. Henley Smith

The first forty years of Washington society, portrayed by the family l...

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

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