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Print shows Israel Putnam, head-and-shoulders portrait, wearing military uniform, facing slightly left; in oval.
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Israel Putnam, Esq'r. - general-major der Americaners
Israel Putnam, Esq'r. - major general of the Connecticut forces, and commander in chief at the engagement on Bunckers-Hill near Boston, 17 June 1775 / J. Wilkinson pinxt.
Israel Putnam E'qer. major général des troupes de Connecticut - il commandoit en chef à l'affaire de Bunckeshill près Boston le 17 Juin 1775
Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam. "He dared to lead where any dared to follow" / Fabronius.
Birthplace of Isreal [sic] Putnam, Danvers, Mass.
Birthplace of Israel Putnam, Danvers, Mass.
The battle at Bunker's Hill near Boston. June 17, 1775 / John Trumbull delt. ; Archer & Boilly sc.
Ulysses S. Grant / C. Schussele 1863 ; eng. by William Sartain, Phila.
Reading the will
[Will W. Wallace, three-quarter length studio portrait, standing with right hand resting on table, facing front, wearing military uniform]
O.H. Perry / from the original painting by Chappel.
[Man in military uniform at White House; State, War, and Navy building in background, Washington, D.C.]
[Admiral Andrew H. Foote, head-and-shoulders portrait, in military uniform]
Charles Lee Esq'r. - Americanischer general-major
Washington / painted by Cogniet, 1836 ; engraved by Laugier, 1839.
[Wm. E. Babcock, three-quarter length studio portrait, sitting in chair, facing front, wearing military uniform]
Pine Bluff Bridge, Spanning Big Walnut Creek, CR 950N, Bainbridge, Putnam County, IN
Smith House, 124 East Walnut Street, Greencastle, Putnam County, IN
Herbert Putnam, front bust
Letter from Archibald MacLeish to Herbert Putnam, June 6, 1941
Librarian of Congress rounds out 40 years on job. Washington, D.C., April 6 Dr. Herbert Putnam is this week celebrating his 40th Anniversary as Librarian of Congress. Now 77, Dr. Putnam in theory became Librarian Emeritus last July 1, but since President Roosevelt has not yet appointed his successor, he continues at his post. He is a native of New York City where he was born September 20, 1861. 4-6-39
Interior view of Fort Gregg [i.e. Fort Putnam],
Patrick House, Spa State Park, .75 mile southeast of Gideon Putnam Hotel, Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County, NY
James O. Putnam to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 25, 1860 (Politics in New York)