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Topic: house

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Mountaineers and farmers trading mules and horses on "Jockey St.," near the Court House, Campton, Wolfe County, Ky.

Photograph shows Sign on building: Wolfe County Office WPA Project Superintendent; sign on car: Jesus saves.

A view of the orphan house ... from the great garden gate...

Photograph shows a plan of the orphan house, diagram and title page of the publication.

Jonathan's Coffee House or An analysis of change alley with a group of characters from the Life- - -Inscrib'd to Jacob Henriques / H. O. Neal, delin. et fecit.

"An engraving by the hand which produced "Dr. Squintum's Exaltation", No. 4005, showing the interior of "Jonathan's Coffee House", Change Alley, Cornhill, London, a place frequented by dealers in stocks, public... more

A front view of the lines taken from the advanced post near Browns house

Print shows two cheval-de-frise and two buildings in the middle distance.

The siege of Rhode Island, taken from Mr. Brindley's house on the 25th of August, 1778

Print shows General John Sullivan's troops advancing on the British at Newport, Rhode Island.

[House with enclosed entrance yard. Elevation, rendered]

Watercolor rendering, possibly American, showing elevation of house, with entrance yard in plan, well and gate also rendered in elevation.

The right honble. Chas. Wolfran Cornwall Esq., Speaker of the House of Commons

Charles Wolfran Cornwall, head-and-shoulders portrait, left profile, wearing judicial robes and wig.

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