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Chris Gadsden.

A Plan for rebuilding the City of London after the Great Fire in 1666; Designed by that Great Architect Dr. Chris'r Wren & approved by King & Parliament but unhappily defeated by Faction

McNulty, Chris - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Stokes, Chris P - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Darby, Chris - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Bingham, M Chris - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Welmmuller, Chris - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Bosefield, Chris - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Boyle, Chris - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Conner, Chris - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Boosfield, Chris - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Riley, Chris - State: Washington - Year: 1863

Plants, Chris - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Criswell, Chris - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

[Chris Von Der Ahe, St. Louis Browns, baseball card portrait]

Chris and the Wonderful Lamp, A Modern Arabian Nights Story

DINNER ON THE EVE OF HIS DEPARTURE [held by] FRIENDS OF CAPTAIN CHRIS G. KINKEL [at] MOUQUIN'S UP-TOWN ([REST?])

DINNER ON THE EVE OF HIS DEPARTURE [held by] FRIENDS OF CAPTAIN CHRIS G. KINKEL [at] MOUQUIN'S UP-TOWN ([REST?])

Krental, Chris - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Eighteenth Tnfantry, K-L

Burkette, Chris - First Cavalry (Ninth State Troops)

Peerce, Chris C - First Artillery (10th State Troops)

McCale, Chris - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Seventeenth Infantry, Jo - Me - Louisiana

Family standing in the Chris Scheihing farmyard, Amherst, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Honeycut, Chris - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - C, H - Ja - Louisiana

Eager, Chris W - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Third Infantry, C-F

Mullens, Chris - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi First Light Artillery, Me-Po

Kinnie, Chris - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - First (Strawbridge's) Infantry, He - K - Louisiana

San Juan Capistrano Mission after a painting by Chris Jorgensen

Chris, one of the dogs

Chris Heurich building. Exterior of Heurich Building

A portable cane mill (the owner gets every sixth gallon for making the sorghum syrup). This is on the property of a Negro owner, Wes Chris, a tobacco farm of about 165 acres in a prosperous Negro settlement near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina. See general caption notes on subregion, September 28, 1939

Mrs. Chris Ament who has lived for thirty three years on dry land wheat farm in the Columbia Basin. Washington, Grant County, three miles south of Quincy. See general caption number 35

Feeding the sorghum cane into the mill to make syrup on property of Wes Chris, a tobacco farm of about 165 acres in a prosperous Negro settlement near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina

Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato. Rural Rehabilitation (Farm Security Administration). Chris Adolf, his wife, six of their eight children and his teams

Chris Ament, on dry land wheat farm of Columbia Basin where he has farmed for thirty three years. "I won't live to get the benefits of the water, but I hope to be able to see it." Washington, Grant County, three miles south of Quincy. See general caption number 35

Feeding the sorghum cane into the mill to make syrup on property of Wes Chris, a tobacco farm of about 165 acres in a prosperous Negro settlement near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina

Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato. One of Chris Adolph's younger children. Farm Security Administration Rehabilitation clients

A portable cane mill (the owner gets every sixth gallon for making the sorghum syrup). This is on the property of a Negro owner, Wes Chris, a tobacco farm of about 165 acres in a prosperous Negro settlement near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina. They are straining it into a barred, measured by a gallon can

Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato. One of Chris Adolph's younger children. Farm Security Administration Rehabilitation clients

Negro woman dipping snuff while watching them make sorghum syrup at Cane Mill, on Wes Chris' property near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina. See general notes on subregion, September 28, 1939

Chris Adolf, his teams and six of his children, on their new farm. Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato. Farm Security Administration borrower

Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato. Rural rehabilitation client (Farm Security Administration). Portrait of Chris Adolf. "My father made me work. That was his mistake, he made me work too hard. I learned about farming but nothing out of the books."

Feeding the sorghum cane into the mill to make syrup on property of Wes Chris, a tobacco farm of about 165 acres in a prosperous Negro settlement near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina

Chris Adolf, his team, and six of his children on their new farm. Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato

Feeding the sorghum cane into mill to make syrup on property of Wes Chris, a tobacco farm of about 165 acres in a prosperous Negro settlement near Carr, Orange County, North Carolina

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ament, dry land wheat farmers who survived in the Columbia Basin. Washington, Grant County, three miles south of Quincy. See general caption number 35

All Chris Adolf's children are hard workers on the new place. Yakima Valley, Washington. Farm of Rehabilitation Administration borrower

Chris Ament, German-Russian dry land wheat farmer, who survived in the Columbia Basin. Washington, Grant County, three miles south of Quincy. See general caption number 35

All Chris Adolf's children are hard workers on the new place. Yakima Valley, Washington

[Portrait of Ray McKinley, Paul Kashian, Mundell Lowe, Chris Adams, and Teddy Norman, Hotel Commodore, Century Room, New York, N.Y., ca. Jan. 1947]

[Portrait of Paul Kashian, Mundell Lowe, Ray McKinley, Chris Adams, and Teddy Norman, Hotel Commodore, Century Room, New York, N.Y., ca. Jan. 1947]

Ken Mirk left pointing at model of the new cyclotron with Chris Atterling, son of visiting scientist Hugo Atterling of Sweden looking on, December 1960. Open House at Bldg. 88. Morgue 1960-102 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Contract 64-39 demolition project No. 1 three blocks on Fourth Avenue. Contractor Chris Berg Inc. 11 June 1964 Photo by Tice, looking N.W. view of the cleaned up area

Contract 64-39 demolition project no. 1 three blocks on Fourth Avenue, Contractor Chris Berg Inc. 11 June 1964, Looking N.E. view of the cleaned up area

Contracts 64-74 demolition project no. 3, Contractor- Chris Berg Inc. 11 June 1964, photo by Tice, Miscellaneous structure being demolished in the L Street slide area looking west

Contract 64-39 demolition project No. 1 three blocks on Fourth Avenue, contractor Chris Berg Inc. 11 June 1964, Photo by Tice, looking north, view of the cleaned up area

Downtown Anchorage - Debris clearance neared completion in downtown Anchorage, Alaska when this picture was taken. Now complete, reconstruction work authorized by federal law will be supervised by the Alaska district, U.S. Amy Corps of Engineers. Fourth Avenue (shown) and other demolition is being done by Chris Berg, Incorporated, Seattle Washington, under a $129,500 contract

Contract 64-74 demolition project number 3. Contractor Chris Berg, Incorporated. Four Seasons Apartment (center left) at start of demolition work

Contract 64-74 demolition project No. 1 three blocks on Fourth Avenue. Contractor Chris Berg inc. 11 June 1964 photo by Tice looking N.W. view of the cleaned up area

Contract 64-75, demolition project no. 3, Contractor - Chris Berg Inc, 11 June 1964, Photo taken by Tice, Four Seasons apt, building (center left) at start of demolition work looking S.W. Contract 64-18 soils study (top right), Contractor- Shannon and Wilson, 11 June 1964, photo by Tice, Drill holes and bucket auger holes to identify and test soil in the L Street slide area

W. Chris Gorman Associates, Inc., graphic design ...

Photograph of Jack Ford, Professional Tennis Player Chris Evert, Freestyle Skiing Champion Suzy Chaffee, White House Photographer David Hume Kennerly, and Other Guests Seated in the Red Room during a State Dinner Honoring Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel

Chris Mathews

Armed with a Colt 5.56mm M16A2 Assault Rifle, U.S. Marine Corps Lance CPL. Chris Peck, a rifleman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provides security while on a long security halt in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps Lance CPL. Chris Peck, a rifleman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, scans the surrounding area for any possible threat to their convoy, while on a long security halt in Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on December 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

SSGT Chris Potwin and Al Merwitz from Detachment 3, 1361st Audiovisual Squadron, perform maintenance on video equipment from the Aerospace Audiovisual Service (AAVS) television van

SSGT Chris Potwin, Detachment 3, 1361st Audiovisual Squadron, discusses the operations of the Aerospace Audiovisual Service television van with MAJ Guyitt, commander, Detachment 3, 1361st Audiovisual Squadron

A "downed" Dutch Air Force helicopter crewman SGT Chris Welter contacts a CH-53 Super Jolly helicopter on radio during exercise Reforger '80. Dutch Air Force MSGT Albert Van Rhijn activates a signal flare

Downed Dutch Air Force helicopter crewmen MSGT Albert Van Rhijn and SGT Chris Welter signal a United States CH-53 Super Jolly helicopter with a signal flare during exercise Reforger '80

Navy Chaplain (LT.) Chris E. Fosback holds a Vietnamese child during Project Handclasp at Motobu Peninsula. U.S. Navy personnel established the project to provide clothes, non-perishable food, and medical supplies to needy people in countries around the world

AIRMAN First Class Chris Kelly, Detachment 8, 17th Weather Squadron, McClellan Air Force Base, California, works at providing a weather forecast for the people at Auxiliary Field One, during exercise BOLD EAGLE '82

AIRMAN First Class Chris Kelly, Detachment 8, 17th Weather Squadron, McClellan Air Force Base, California, works at providing a weather forecast for the people at Auxiliary Field One, during exercise BOLD EAGLE '82

AIRMAN First Class Chris Kelly, Detachment 8, 17th Weather Squadron, McClellan Air Force Base, California, works at providing a weather forecast for the people at Auxiliary Field One, during exercise BOLD EAGLE '82

BGEN Chris Divich, USAF (uncovered)

Artwork: "Astronauts - First Weightless Solo, Edwards Air Force Base - 1971" Artist: Chris Kenyon

TSGT Chris Long validates communication equipment

Commander Chris Balling reenlists Data Processing Technician 2nd Class (DP2) Maria Richards on the bridge of the frigate USS MILLER (FF 1091)

Data Processing Technician 2nd Class (DP2) Maria Richards holds her child as she is congratulated by Commander Chris Balling upon her reenlistment. Her husband, Quarter MASTER 2nd Class (QM3) Kevin Richards, stands beside her on the bridge of the frigate USS MILLER (FF 1091)

Private Chris Herdman (left) and Private Kevin Matthews perform the fabrication of an ankle foot orthosis inside the Leg and Brace Shop at Letterman Army Medical Center

SPECIALIST Fourth Class (SPC) Chris Denning, Company C, 4th Battalion, 327th Infantry Brigade, positions a 90 mm M67 recoilless rifle for firing during Exercise LASER STRIKE 83

A wide view of A1C Dale Zieman, right, and A1C Chris Huxtable working with a missile guidance canister inside a maintenance van during Strategic Air Command exercise Global Shield '83

AIRMAN 1ST Class Chris Huxtable of the 44th Organizational Missile Maintenance Squadron maneuvers a guidance canister into position to be lowered into a missile silo. The missile is being serviced during Strategic Air Command exercise Global Shield '83

SENIOR AIRMAN Chris Gargas, 47th Civil Engineering Squadron, pounds a tent stake into the ground as camp is set up for exercise RIPE WARRIOR

Artwork: "Blackbird Night Runup" Artist: Chris Kenyon, US Air Force Art Collection

AIRMAN First Class Chris J. Thompson, a carpenter specialist assigned to the 67th Civil Engineering Squadron, uses a table saw to make tree support stakes for the base grounds crew

Artwork: A Soviet B-10 82mm recoilless rifle- Artist: Chris Cooka

Commander (CDR) Chris W. Cole, USN (covered)

Lieutenant Junior Grade John Donovan and CHIEF Machinist's Mate Chris Archut inspect the crew of Division M aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The IOWA is returning from a three month deployment to the Baltic Sean and North Atlantic

Talking on the TA-838 telephone set during bilateral training Exercise ORIENT SHIELD is Captain (CPT) Chris L. Higgins, commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 125th Signal Battalion. Assisting her is STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Benny Lopez

Captain (CPT) Chris Acker, operations officer, 17th Combat Aviation Company, 25th Aviation Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, prepares to take off on an air assault mission in a UH-60A Blackhawk (Black Hawk) helicopter during bilateral training Exercise ORIENT SHIELD

Captain (CPT) Chris White, pilot, 10th Tactical Fighter Squadron, plans a mission for Certain Sentinel, a part of Exercise REFORGER '86

A ground crew member helps Captain (CPT) Chris Seat, 13th Tactical Fighter Sqadron, strap himself into the cockpit of an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft during Exercise COPE THUNDER '86-3. During the exercise more than 60 aircraft from the US and the Far East will be pitted against each other in daily combat scenarios, dogfights and bomb runs

Captain (CPT) Chris Seat, 13th Tactical Fighter Sqadron, climbs into the cockpit of an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft during Exercise COPE THUNDER '86-3. During the exercise more than 60 aircraft from the US and the Far East will be pitted against each other in daily combat scenarios, dogfights and bomb runs

Captain (CPT) Chris Seat, 13th Tactical Fighter Sqadron, checks a Mark 82 500-pound general-purpose bomb loaded on the wing of his F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft during Exercise COPE THUNDER '86-3. During the exercise more than 60 aircraft from the US and the Far East will be pitted against each other in daily combat scenarios, dogfights and bomb runs

SSGT Chris Zullo, a space communications systems equipment operator/specialist with the 1995th Information Systems Squadron, tests a mini input-output printer and power supply for an airborne satellite terminal using a message processor test set

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Chris Boebel, 375th Air Base Group/Security Police Squadron, starts the combat tactics course during the ninth international airlift competition Airlift Rodeo'87. Boebel is equipped with the multiple integrated laser engagement system (MILES)

AIRMAN (AMN) Chris Huffman files tapes in the 1913th Information Systems Group 1100/60 computer area

AIRMAN (AMN) Chris Huffman sets up scratch tape for use in the 1913th Information Systems Group 1100/60 computer area

AIRMAN (AMN) Chris Huffman sets up scratch tape for use in the 1913th Information Systems Group 1100/60 computer area

SPECIALIST Fourth Class (SPC) Chris Mercer prepares batter to cook shrimp at the field kitchen during Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87, the Jordan/US segment of BRIGHT STAR'87. SHADOW HAWK is a combined effort of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF/US Central Command