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Letter to William Cabell, Amherst [Va.]

Letter to William Cabell, Richmond

Letter to William Cabell, near Warmister Post Office [Va.]

Letter to [Col. William Cabell, Amherst Co., Va.]

Letter to N[athaniel] Francis Cabell, Warminster, Va.

Letter to Dr. William Cabell [Warminster, Va.]

Letter to William Cabell, Richmond

Letter to William Cabell, Amherst [Va.]

Letter to Col. Will[iam] Cabell [Union Hill, Va.]

Letter to [Col. Wm. Cabell, Jr. Amherst, Va.]

Letter to [Col. William Cabell, Amherst Co., Va.]

Letter to Col. Nicholas Cabell

Letter to William Cabell, Richmond

Letter to Col. Nicholas Cabell

Thomas Jefferson to Samuel J. Cabell, April 25, 1803

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell to Fulwar Skipwith

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell to Fulwar Skipwith

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell to Fulwar Skipwith

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell to Fulwar Skipwith

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas McKean, Robert Wright, and William H. Cabell, December 24, 1806

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell

Letter from Joseph C. Cabell

William H. Cabell to Thomas Jefferson, August 24, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, September 7, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, August 19, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, August 21, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, July 31, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, August 9, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, October 25, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, November 1, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, September 18, 1807

William H. Cabell to Thomas Jefferson, July 8, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, August 17, 1807

William H. Cabell to Thomas Mathews, July 15, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, August 19, 1807

William H. Cabell from Thomas Jefferson, June 29, 1807

Thomas Jefferson William H. Cabell, August 15, 1807, General Orders

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, July 16, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, November 13, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to William H. Cabell, March 13, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, September 30, 1814

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, February 28, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, January 1, 1817

Thomas Jefferson to William Cabell Rives, November 28, 1819

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, January 22, 1820

Thomas Jefferson to William Cabell Rives, December 29, 1822

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, February 14, 1826

James Madison to Joseph C. Cabell, October 13, 1828.

James Madison to Joseph C. Cabell, July 2, 1835.

Letter from William Cabell Rives to John Payne Todd

Letter from William Cabell Rives to John Payne Todd

Letter from William Cabell Rives to John Payne Todd

Letter from William Cabell Rives to John Payne Todd

Letter from William Cabell Rives to Dolley Madison

Letter from William Cabell Rives to Dolley Madison

Letter from William Cabell Rives to Dolley Madison

Letter from William Cabell Rives to Dolley Madison

Breckinridge, John Cabell. Washington City. To the Secretary of the Navy

Breckinridge, John Cabell. Washington City. To the Secretary of the Navy

Cabell, Gen. W.L.

[Illustrated Civil War "Union Envelopes": portrait of John Cabell Breckinridge labelled "Traitor]

Breckinridge, Gen. Joseph Cabell, U.S.A.

Cabell, Hon. Geo Craighead of VA Private in Confederate Army, April 23, 1861, Major in June 1861, Col. 18th Va Inf.

Cabell, Wm B - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

R.E. Cabell

At Brigade headquarters, Casas Grandes, Mexico: L to R Lt. Col. Trofilgo Davila - Chief of arms, Carranza Forces, Col. Cabell, U.S. Chief of Staff, Lt. Leopolo Coronado, aide to Davila. Mexican-U.S. Campaign after Villa, 1916; [standing, Lt. M.C. Schellenberger and unidentified man]

Gen. John J. Pershing and staff: Col. L.C. Berry, Col. De. R.C. Cabell, Lt. M.C. Schellenberger, Lt. George S. Patton, Maj. J.L. Hines, Maj. J.B. Clayton, and Capt. W.B. Burt

A "Demonstration team" composed of three prize-winning Cabell County girls. They are showing the visitors at the Fair how team work makes for efficiency in canning their farm products. State 4 H. Fair, Charleston, W. Va. Location: Charleston, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Packing plums. A "Demonstration team" composed of three prize-winning Cabell County girls. State 4 H Fair. (See Photos No. 48, 49, 50.) Location: Charleston, West Virginia.

A "Demonstration team" composed of three prize-winning Cabell Co. girls. They are showing the visitors at the Fair how team work makes for efficiency in canning their farm products. State 4 H Fair. (See Photos No. 48, 49.) Location: Charleston, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Showing how essential accurate measurements are. A "Demonstration team" composed of three prize-winning Cabell County girls. See Photo No. 48. Location: Charleston, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Sen. Wm. Cabell Bruce of Md.

Sen. Wm. Cabell Bruce of Md.

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Cabell House, Edgewood, Nelson County, Virginia

Cabell House, ice house, Edgewood, Nelson County, Virginia

Selecting star American farmers. Washington, D.C. Oct. 7. Selection of the winners for the awards given each year by the Kansas City Star to the vocational agricultural students members of the Future Farmers of America, was made today at the Office of Education, U.S. Department of Interior. The awards, amounting to $1300, are made to those members judged as outstanding in their farming programs. The winners will be announced at the ninth annual convention of the Future Farmers of America in Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 17-24. This photograph shows the committee selecting the winners; left to right; William H. Johns, Chairman executive committee, Batton, Barton, Durstino, and Osborn, Inc.; Owen S. Young, Chairman of the Board, General Electric Company; and E.H. Cabell, President Armour and Company

Around Marshall

COL Charles P. Cabell, Jr., USAF (uncovered)

COL Charles P. Cabell, Jr., USAF (uncovered)

Brigadier General Charles P. Cabell, USAF (uncovered)

Gen Charles P. Cabell (uncovered)

Lucy Cabell of Cabin Creek, West Virginia, in Syble's Restaurant

Lucy Cabell preaching at prayer service

Crooked cabin at the Hillbilly Hot Dogs stand along West Virginia Route 2 along the Ohio River in rural Cabell County. The stand is augmented by several displays that make light of the state's pejorative hillbilly stereotype

Remnants from the backwoods at the Hillbilly Hot Dogs stand along West Virginia Route 2 along the Ohio River in rural Cabell County. The stand is augmented by several displays that make light of the state's pejorative hillbilly stereotype

Remnants from the backwoods at the Hillbilly Hot Dogs stand along West Virginia Route 2 along the Ohio River in rural Cabell County. The stand is augmented by several displays that make light of the state's pejorative hillbilly stereotype

The Cabell County Courthouse in Huntington, West Virginia

A carved sandstone block in a corner of this long structure, the 1906 Cabell Building in Barboursville, West Virginia, is inscribed with the curious notation, "The Cabell Inv't & Dev't Co."

Do-it-yourself photo op at the Hillbilly Hot Dogs stand along West Virginia Route 2 along the Ohio River in rural Cabell County. The stand is augmented by several displays that make light of the state's pejorative hillbilly stereotype

The Cabell County Courthouse in Huntington, West Virginia

Make-believe moonshine still at the Hillbilly Hot Dogs stand along West Virginia Route 2 along the Ohio River in rural Cabell County. The stand is augmented by several displays that make light of the state's pejorative hillbilly stereotype

Remnants from the backwoods at the Hillbilly Hot Dogs stand along West Virginia Route 2 along the Ohio River in rural Cabell County. The stand is augmented by several displays that make light of the state's pejorative hillbilly stereotype

The Cabell County Public Library in downtown Huntington, West Virginia