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[LeRoy Wiley Gresham]

[LeRoy Wiley Gresham]

Title devised by Library staff. Case: Leather; floral design (front), geometric design (back). Transfer; LC Manuscript Division; 1999; (DLC/PP-1999:054). Forms part of: Lewis H. Machen family papers (Library of... more

Leroy Leep, West Union, Nebraska
Leroy Todd
[George Leroy "Hooks" Wiltse, of the New York (NL) baseball team, winding up for pitch]

[George Leroy "Hooks" Wiltse, of the New York (NL) baseball team, wind...

George Grantham Bain Collection. Date based on research by the Pictorial History Committee, Society for American Baseball Research, 2006.

[LeRoy Percy, 1861-1929, head and shoulders portrait, facing left]

[LeRoy Percy, 1861-1929, head and shoulders portrait, facing left]

J140449 U.S. Copyright Office. No copyright renewal. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: BI; Shelf.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Chimneys]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Basement plan]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by R.P.A. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Millwork]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. 2nd floor plan]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by R.P.A. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Interiors of vestibule]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by R.P.A. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Front elevation]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by E.B.C. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Side elevation]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by E.B.C. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Front entrance & section of vestibule]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by R.P.A. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. 1st floor plan]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by R.P.A. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Section]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by R.P.A. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. 3d floor plan]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by R.P.A. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Rear elevation]

[Row house for the Misses Buford (or Beauford), 2134 Leroy Place, N.W....

Title devised by Library staff. Drawn by E.B.C. Forms part of: Waggaman & Ray Archive.

Mrs. Newbold LeRoy Edgar [and] Mrs. C. De Oelrichs

Mrs. Newbold LeRoy Edgar [and] Mrs. C. De Oelrichs

Photograph shows Mrs. Newbold LeRoy Edgar, the former Marie or Mary Josephine Manice who served on the League of Allies Committee which raised money for war relief during World War I. Mrs. Charles de Loosey Oe... more

Robert LeRoy Ripley, 1893-1949

Robert LeRoy Ripley, 1893-1949

Head and shoulders, facing left; wearing hat. J14489 U.S. Copyright Office This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Old family store constructed in the late 1800s in Leroy, Washington County, Alabama

Old family store constructed in the late 1800s in Leroy, Washington Co...

Title, date, subject note, and keywords provided by the photographer. Built by George E. Johnston and subsequently run by his son Vivian G. Johnston. All of the merchandise that was on the shelves at its closi... more

Historic buildings in Little River, Baldwin County, Alabama

Historic buildings in Little River, Baldwin County, Alabama

Corrected title information provided by the Alabama Pioneers website, 2016. Credit line: The George F. Landegger Collection of Alabama Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, Prints an... more

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