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Topic: hugh

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Hugues de Saint Victor

Hugues de Saint Victor

Hugues de Saint Victor, half-length portrait, standing, facing right, holding book.

Hugh, Earl Percy

Hugh, Earl Percy

Print shows Hugh Percy, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right; medallion on pedestal with nameplate.

[Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart, full-length portrait, standing slightly to the left, one hand resting on the back of a chair; studio background showing prominently]

[Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart, full-length portrait, standing slightly...

Whig Congressman from Virginia, 1841-1843; Secretary of the Interior, 1850-1853.

Colonel [Hugh Judson] Kilpatrick's late cavalry raid through Virginia

Colonel [Hugh Judson] Kilpatrick's late cavalry raid through Virginia

During Chancellorsville campaign, 29 April - 8 May 1863.

The aesthetic monkey / engraved, by permission, from the picture by W.H. Beard, in the possession of Mr. Hugh Auchinclos.
Capt. Hugh R. French & wife

Capt. Hugh R. French & wife

Photograph shows Ida Marcelle (Wynne) French (1887-1929) who married Captain Hugh Ronald French. She was the daughter of diplomat Robert John Wynne (1851-1922). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2014)

Senator William B. Allison / V. Hugh(?) Campbell.

Senator William B. Allison / V. Hugh(?) Campbell.

Full-length caricature facing left.

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