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[John U. Pettit, Representative from Indiana, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[John U. Pettit, Representative from Indiana, Thirty-fifth Congress, h...

Illus. in: McClees' gallery of photographic portraits of the senators, representatives & delegates of the thirty-fifth Congress... Washington: McClees & Beck, [1859], page 251. Each item includes subject's orig... more

[Richmond, Va., vicinity. 1st New York Pettit's Battery, Artillery]

[Richmond, Va., vicinity. 1st New York Pettit's Battery, Artillery]

Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, the Peninsular Campaign, May-August 1862.

Main building, International Exhibition, 1876--Fairmont Park, Philadelphia / H. Pettit and Jos. M. Wilson, engineers and architects; photo-lith. by Julius Bien, N.Y.

Main building, International Exhibition, 1876--Fairmont Park, Philadel...

Illus. in: Album of the International exhibition at Philadelphia to commemorate the centennial of the United States of America. New York : J. Bien, 1875, plate 8. Copyright by Schwarzmann and Pohl.

Machinery Hall, International Exhibition, 1876--Fairmont Park, Philadelphia / H. Pettit and Jos. M. Wilson, engineers and architects; photo-lith. by Julius Bien, N.Y.

Machinery Hall, International Exhibition, 1876--Fairmont Park, Philade...

Illus. in: Album of the International exhibition at Philadelphia to commemorate the centennial of the United States of America. New York : J. Bien, 1875, plate 10. Copyright by Schwarzmann & Pohl, architects.

The grand committee consisting of Mr. Foster, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Howell, Mr. Cook, Mr. Lawrance, Mr. Cadwallader, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Hindman, Mr. Hardy, Mr. Cumming, Mr. Read and Mr. Houstoun, to whom were committed sundry motions, report ...

The grand committee consisting of Mr. Foster, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Howell, M...

Report concerning the settlement of accounts with the states. Read August 5, 1785. Cf. Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 29, p. 615-619. Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap ... more

The grand committee consisting of Mr. Foster, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Howell, Mr. Cook, Mr. Lawrance, Mr. Cadwallader, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Hindman, Mr. Hardy, Mr. Cumming, Mr. Read and Mr. Houstoun, to whom were committed sundry motions, report ...

The grand committee consisting of Mr. Foster, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Howell, M...

Report concerning the settlement of accounts with the states. Read August 5, 1785. Cf. Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 29, p. 615-619. Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap ... more

The committee consisting of Mr. M'Henry, Mr. Read and Mr. Pettit, to whom were committed a motion of Mr. M'Henry, beg leave to submit the following resolution : That it be, and hereby is recommended to the several states, to vest the United States in Congress assembled, with the sole and exclusive right and power of establishing and regulating post-offices throughout the United States ...

The committee consisting of Mr. M'Henry, Mr. Read and Mr. Pettit, to w...

Read September 26, 1785. Cf. Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 29, p. 764-765. Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in JCC, v. 29, p. 927 (#497); but later volumes reject Dun... more

The committee consisting of Mr. M'Henry, Mr. Read and Mr. Pettit, to whom were committed a motion of Mr. M'Henry, beg leave to submit the following resolution : That it be, and hereby is recommended to the several states, to vest the United States in Congress assembled, with the sole and exclusive right and power of establishing and regulating post-offices throughout the United States ...

The committee consisting of Mr. M'Henry, Mr. Read and Mr. Pettit, to w...

Read September 26, 1785. Cf. Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 29, p. 764-765. Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in JCC, v. 29, p. 927 (#497); but later volumes reject Dun... more

The committee consisting of Mr. Johnson, Mr. Pinckney, and Mr. Pettit, to whom was referred a motion of Mr. Pinckney, report : that, in examining the several provisions which have been intended by Congress for the security and payment of the domestic debt, they find, that such has been the inattention of the several states to the annual requisitions of Congress ...

The committee consisting of Mr. Johnson, Mr. Pinckney, and Mr. Pettit,...

Imprint suggested by Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 33, p. 753. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap by: JCC, v. 31, p. 966 (#551). Bristol gives Dunlap as printer and Philadelphia as place o... more

The committee consisting of Mr. Johnson, Mr. Pinckney, and Mr. Pettit, to whom was referred a motion of Mr. Pinckney, report : that, in examining the several provisions which have been intended by Congress for the security and payment of the domestic debt, they find, that such has been the inattention of the several states to the annual requisitions of Congress ...

The committee consisting of Mr. Johnson, Mr. Pinckney, and Mr. Pettit,...

Imprint suggested by Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 33, p. 753. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap by: JCC, v. 31, p. 966 (#551). Bristol gives Dunlap as printer and Philadelphia as place o... more

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis County, UT

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis ...

Significance: The Arthur H. Pettit House is a significant example of a 1920s period bungalow style. It is distinguished by the integrity of its exterior and contribution to the community context. The house is a... more

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis County, UT

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis ...

Significance: The Arthur H. Pettit House is a significant example of a 1920s period bungalow style. It is distinguished by the integrity of its exterior and contribution to the community context. The house is a... more

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis County, UT

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis ...

Significance: The Arthur H. Pettit House is a significant example of a 1920s period bungalow style. It is distinguished by the integrity of its exterior and contribution to the community context. The house is a... more

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis County, UT

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis ...

Significance: The Arthur H. Pettit House is a significant example of a 1920s period bungalow style. It is distinguished by the integrity of its exterior and contribution to the community context. The house is a... more

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis County, UT

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis ...

Significance: The Arthur H. Pettit House is a significant example of a 1920s period bungalow style. It is distinguished by the integrity of its exterior and contribution to the community context. The house is a... more

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis County, UT

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis ...

Significance: The Arthur H. Pettit House is a significant example of a 1920s period bungalow style. It is distinguished by the integrity of its exterior and contribution to the community context. The house is a... more

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis County, UT

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis ...

Significance: The Arthur H. Pettit House is a significant example of a 1920s period bungalow style. It is distinguished by the integrity of its exterior and contribution to the community context. The house is a... more

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis County, UT

Arthur H. Pettit House, 42 East One-Hundred South, Centerville, Davis ...

Significance: The Arthur H. Pettit House is a significant example of a 1920s period bungalow style. It is distinguished by the integrity of its exterior and contribution to the community context. The house is a... more

The committee, consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Kean, Mr. Monroe, and Mr. Pettit, to whom were referred several reports and documents concerning the system of general revenue, recommended by Congress on the 18th of April, 1783, report ...

The committee, consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Kean, Mr. Mon...

Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 958 (#516); but later volumes reject Dunlap as printer. Cf. JCC, v. 33, p. 753. Evans 200... more

The committee, consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Kean, Mr. Monroe, and Mr. Pettit, to whom were referred several reports and documents concerning the system of general revenue, recommended by Congress on the 18th of April, 1783, report ...

The committee, consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Kean, Mr. Mon...

Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 958 (#516); but later volumes reject Dunlap as printer. Cf. JCC, v. 33, p. 753. Evans 200... more

By the United States in Congress assembled. October 20, 1786 : The committee consisting of Mr. Pettit, Mr. Lee, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Henry and Mr. Smith, to whom was referred the letter from the War Office with the papers enclosed containing intelligence of the hostile intentions of the Indians in the western coun- [sic] having reported ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. October 20, 1786 : The com...

Imprint from Evans. Evans 20052 Journals of the Continental Congress, 564 LC copy signed in ms.: Chas. Thomson, secy. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

By the United States in Congress assembled. October 20, 1786 : The committee consisting of Mr. Pettit, Mr. Lee, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Henry and Mr. Smith, to whom was referred the letter from the War Office with the papers enclosed containing intelligence of the hostile intentions of the Indians in the western coun- [sic] having reported ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. October 20, 1786 : The com...

Imprint from Evans. Evans 20052 Journals of the Continental Congress, 564 LC copy signed in ms.: Chas. Thomson, secy. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

By the United States in Congress assembled. October 20, 1786 : The committee consisting of Mr. Pettit, Mr. Lee, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Henry and Mr. Smith, to whom was referred the letter from the War Office with the papers enclosed containing intelligence of the hostile intentions of the Indians in the western coun- [sic] having reported ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. October 20, 1786 : The com...

Imprint from Evans. Evans 20052 Journals of the Continental Congress, 564 LC copy signed in ms.: Chas. Thomson, secy. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

By the United States in Congress assembled. October 20, 1786 : The committee consisting of Mr. Pettit, Mr. Lee, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Henry and Mr. Smith, to whom was referred the letter from the War Office with the papers enclosed containing intelligence of the hostile intentions of the Indians in the western coun- [sic] having reported ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. October 20, 1786 : The com...

Imprint from Evans. Evans 20052 Journals of the Continental Congress, 564 LC copy signed in ms.: Chas. Thomson, secy. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

To the citizens of America, who are creditors of the United States [Signed by the following public creditors] Blair McClenachan, Charles Pettit, John Ewing, Benjamin Rush, Thomas Fitzsimons] [Philadelphia, 1782].

To the citizens of America, who are creditors of the United States [Si...

Evans 17743.; Imprint 2. 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 146, Folder 12.

To the citizens of America, who are creditors of the United States [Signed by the following public creditors] Blair McClenachan, Charles Pettit, John Ewing, Benjamin Rush, Thomas Fitzsimons] [Philadelphia, 1782].

To the citizens of America, who are creditors of the United States [Si...

Evans 17743.; Imprint 2. 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 146, Folder 12.

"The [Ba]ldwin" hotel [and t]heater, S.F. / T.J. Pettit & Co. S.F.

"The [Ba]ldwin" hotel [and t]heater, S.F. / T.J. Pettit & Co. S.F.

Print showing exterior view, from street, of the Baldwin Hotel and Theater, San Francisco, California, built 1877, destroyed by fire 1898. A450211 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. A. Remer, Arch[...]. Is... more

"The [Ba]ldwin" hotel [and t]heater, S.F. / T.J. Pettit & Co. S.F.

"The [Ba]ldwin" hotel [and t]heater, S.F. / T.J. Pettit & Co. S.F.

Print showing exterior view, from street, of the Baldwin Hotel and Theater, San Francisco, California, built 1877, destroyed by fire 1898. A450211 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. A. Remer, Arch[...]. Is... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean County, NJ

David Pettit Barn, 1566 Burrsville (Squankum) Road, Bricktown, Ocean C...

Significance: The Pettit Barn retains the requisite integrity of design and materials, and the frame, its most important feature as a utilitarian agricultural structure, is largely intact. The barn clearly is a... more

The committee consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Lawrance, and Mr. Pettit, to whom was referred an act of the state of New-York, passed on the 4th day of May last, entitled, "An act for giving and granting to the United States in Congress assembled, certain imposts and duties on foreign goods imported into that state, for the special purpose of paying the principal and interest of the debt contracted in the prosecution of the late war with Great-Britain," report ...

The committee consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Law...

Imprint from Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 33, p. 753; formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap by v. 31, p. 963 (#539). Bristol gives Dunlap as printer and Philadelphia as place of printing. Br... more

The committee consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Lawrance, and Mr. Pettit, to whom was referred an act of the state of New-York, passed on the 4th day of May last, entitled, "An act for giving and granting to the United States in Congress assembled, certain imposts and duties on foreign goods imported into that state, for the special purpose of paying the principal and interest of the debt contracted in the prosecution of the late war with Great-Britain," report ...

The committee consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Law...

Imprint from Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 33, p. 753; formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap by v. 31, p. 963 (#539). Bristol gives Dunlap as printer and Philadelphia as place of printing. Br... more

Cincinnati, 25th April, 1873. The friends of the late Right Rev. Charles Pettit McIlvaine have determined to erect a suitable monument to his memory ... The enclosed checks may be drawn upon any banker, or bank, and returned immediately to Emman

Cincinnati, 25th April, 1873. The friends of the late Right Rev. Charl...

McIlvaine, Charles Pettit. 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 138, Folder 6.

Cincinnati, 25th April, 1873. The friends of the late Right Rev. Charles Pettit McIlvaine have determined to erect a suitable monument to his memory ... The enclosed checks may be drawn upon any banker, or bank, and returned immediately to Emman

Cincinnati, 25th April, 1873. The friends of the late Right Rev. Charl...

McIlvaine, Charles Pettit. 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 138, Folder 6.

[Fair Oaks, Va., vicinity. Capt. Rufus D. Pettit's Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery, in Fort Richardson]

[Fair Oaks, Va., vicinity. Capt. Rufus D. Pettit's Battery B, 1st New ...

Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, the Peninsular Campaign, May-August 1862.

[Fair Oaks, Va., vicinity. Capt. Rufus D. Pettit's Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery, in Fort Richardson]

[Fair Oaks, Va., vicinity. Capt. Rufus D. Pettit's Battery B, 1st New ...

Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, the Peninsular Campaign, May-August 1862.

United States in Congress assembled. February 15, 1786 : The committee, consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Kean, Mr. Monroe, and Mr. Pettit, to whom were referred several reports and documents concerning the system of general revenue, recommended by Congress on the 18th of April, 1783, report ...

United States in Congress assembled. February 15, 1786 : The committee...

Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 958 (#518); but later volumes reject Dunlap as printer. Cf. JCC, v. 33, p. 753. Evans 200... more

United States in Congress assembled. February 15, 1786 : The committee, consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Kean, Mr. Monroe, and Mr. Pettit, to whom were referred several reports and documents concerning the system of general revenue, recommended by Congress on the 18th of April, 1783, report ...

United States in Congress assembled. February 15, 1786 : The committee...

Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 958 (#518); but later volumes reject Dunlap as printer. Cf. JCC, v. 33, p. 753. Evans 200... more

First Jail, Pettit Farm, Dungeness, Clallam County, WA

First Jail, Pettit Farm, Dungeness, Clallam County, WA

Survey number: HABS WA-71 Building/structure dates: 1860 Initial Construction

First Jail, Pettit Farm, Dungeness, Clallam County, WA

First Jail, Pettit Farm, Dungeness, Clallam County, WA

Survey number: HABS WA-71 Building/structure dates: 1860 Initial Construction