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To the customers of Thomas's Massachusetts Spy. Kind patrons. The publisher of the Massachusetts Spy was early in life engaged, in the way of his profession, in the service of his country. Sixteen years have now elapsed ... Printing-Office, Worc

To the customers of Thomas's Massachusetts Spy. Kind patrons. The publ...

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 43, Folder 1.

The house that Jack-built / I Spy I, delt.

The house that Jack-built / I Spy I, delt.

"Seven designs in two rows, three above and four below, the verses etched across the upper part of each ..." (Source: George) This record contains unverified data from George. [Williams]. Catalogue of Political... more

George Washington and the spy Harvey Birch / designed by T.H. Matteson ; engraved by Charles Burt, N.Y.

George Washington and the spy Harvey Birch / designed by T.H. Matteson...

Washington (seated at far left with book) and Birch (holding cloth draped over arms) with members of the Wharton family seated or standing around a table, in a scene from The Spy by James Fennimore Cooper. Two ... more

Confed. Spy.

Confed. Spy.

Head of a Confederate spy. Title inscribed lower left. A stockade(?) in background. Gift, J.P. Morgan, 1919 (DLC/PP-1919:R1.2.14) Forms part of: Morgan collection of Civil War drawings.

Union spy at Camp Griffin, 1861

Union spy at Camp Griffin, 1861

Photograph shows Union soldier on horseback at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia. Photograph probably by G. H. Houghton, photographer of other photographs in this album and fellow resident of Mead's in Brattlebor... more

Get you up, Spy!

Get you up, Spy!

(DLC/PP-1939:0060). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: Spanish Gold.

Spanish spy captured by the "Guasites" expedition ...

Spanish spy captured by the "Guasites" expedition ...

Illustration for McClure's magazine; not published. No accession number. Signed "W. Glackens, Tampa." Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress).

[Nathan Hale, Captain in regular army, U.S.A., executed as spy by the British, September 22, 1776]

[Nathan Hale, Captain in regular army, U.S.A., executed as spy by the ...

Reproduction of mural painting by Albert Herter, copyrighted 1913. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Aided by the surprise of his onslaught, Lanyard succeeded in disarming the spy

Aided by the surprise of his onslaught, Lanyard succeeded in disarming...

(DLC/PP-1934:0045). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The False Faces" by Louis Joseph Vance, Saturday evening post, 190:23 (Nov. 10, 1917).

The 33 convicted members of the Duquesne spy ring

The 33 convicted members of the Duquesne spy ring

Photograph shows thirty-three "mug shot" portraits of the Dusquesne spy ring; Duquesne is in the first row, far right. On verso: FBI print. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograp... more

I spy the wolf

I spy the wolf

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

I spy the wolf

I spy the wolf

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

I spy the wolf

I spy the wolf

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

I spy the wolf

I spy the wolf

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

Wells Street Bridge, Spanning Spy Run Creek at Wells Street, Fort Wayn...

Significance: The Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge No. 542) over the Spy Run Creek is an 88-foot long, single-span, reinforced concrete arch. The bridge appears to use the Melan system of reinforcing, ... more

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