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Cochrane, Gavin. New York

Cochrane, Gavin. New York

Cochrane, John

Cochrane, John

Cochrane, John

Alexander Cochrane, April 2, 1814

Alexander Cochrane to Andrew Jackson, February 13, 1815

Alexander Fulton Cochrane to Andrew Jackson, August 5, 1816

To his excellency Sir. Thomas John Cochrane ... this plate of the town and harbour of St. Johns....

[Clark B. Cochrane, Representative from New York, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[John Cochrane, Representative from New York, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

John Cochrane

Cochrane, William - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Cochrane, J R - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Cochrane, D - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warrenton, Virginia. Headquarters, Army of the Potomac. Generals, Ambrose E. Burnside, Winfield S. Hancock, Darius N. Couch, Edward Ferrero, Marsena R. Patrick, Orlando B. Willcox, John Cochrane, John Buford and others

John Cochrane to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 12, 1864 (Recommends replacement for Hiram Barney)

Elihu B. Washburne to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, February 03, 1864 (Interview for General John Cochrane)

John Cochrane to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 18, 1864 (Introduction)

map from "The Eastern Boundary of New Jersey. A review of a paper on the waters of New Jersey, by the Hon. J. Cochrane, ... and a rejoinder to the reply of “a member of the New York Historical Society” [H. B. Dawson]"

The Right Honble. Captain Lord Cochrane.

map from "The English Circumnavigators ... Edited with notes, etc., etc., by D. L. Purves and R. Cochrane"

map from "The English Circumnavigators ... Edited with notes, etc., etc., by D. L. Purves and R. Cochrane"

map from "The English Circumnavigators ... Edited with notes, etc., etc., by D. L. Purves and R. Cochrane"

[Elizabeth Cochrane "Nellie Bly", head-and-shoulders portrait]

Cochrane, J D - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - First Confederate Infantry, C-E - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Cochrane, Thomas - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Twentieth Infantry, C - D - Louisiana

Cochrane, Patrick - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Twenty-first (Kennedy's) Infantry, S - Z AND Twenty-first (Patton's) Infantry, A - De - Louisiana

A view of the bombardment of Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, by the British fleet, taken from the observatory under the command of Admirals Cochrane & Cockburn on the morning of the 13th of Sepr. 1814 which lasted 24 hours, & thrown from 1500 to 1800 shells in the night attempted to land by forcing a passage up the ferry branch but were repulsed with great loss / J. Bower, sc. Phila.

Explosive experts at testing ground, Pittsburg Arsenal, G. Otis Smith, Clarence Hall, Capt. A. Desborough, Col. B.W. Dunn, H.M. Wilson, Victor Watteyne, John Cochrane

Judge A.V.S. Cochrane

Buffalo, V. 2, Double Page Plate No. 46 [Map bounded by Griswold St., Cochrane St., Seneca St., Bailey Ave.]

Buffalo, V. 3, Double Page Plate No. 13 [Map bounded by William St., Cayuga Creek, Clinton St., Cochrane St.]

Mrs. C. Dillingham, W.R. Stewart Jr. & Madeline Cochrane

Mrs. C.B. Dillingham, Madeleine Cochrane

Ceremonies - New York - Prominent women march for Red Cross in New York, May 18. 1918. In line from left to right are: Mrs. Gifford Cochrane, Mrs. William Loew, Mrs. A.S. Burden, the next lady is not identified, Mrs. Ogden L. Mills, miss Muriel Vanderbilt and Mrs. Oren Root, marching in the parade for the Red Cross in New York

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - One of the most interesting features of the Red Cross drive, May 20, 1918, was the celebrated gathering at Liberty Bell in City Hall Park, New York. Photo shows Bourke Cochrane exhorting the crowd to give to the cause

[Michael Cochrane Armour house, 962 Linda Vista Avenue, Pasadena, California. Native plant garden pathway]

Ceremonies - New York - Mrs. George F. Baker leads unit in Red Cross Parade. Mrs. George F. Baker is here shown leading her unit in the Red Cross parade down Fifth Ave. Marching in back of Mrs. Baker are: Mrs. Gifford Cochrane, mrs. William G. Loew, Mrs. Arthur Scott Burden, Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt, J., Mrs. Ogden L. Mills, Miss Muriel Vanderbilt, Mrs. Herbert Oelrichs, Mrs. Irving Brokaw and Mrs. John Pratt

[Michael Cochrane Armour house, 962 Linda Vista Avenue, Pasadena, California. Rockery pools]

[Michael Cochrane Armour house, 962 Linda Vista Avenue, Pasadena, California. Lily pool]

Lynn Cochrane; Ship's cook, 1c, U.S.N.R.F.; Lost when U.S.A. C.T. Ticonderoga was torpedoed and sunk September 30, 1918.

Augusto Cochrane De Alencar

Cochrane Le Augusto Alencar

S. Harris, Wash.; Cochrane , Phil.

Thomas Cochrane, residence at 856 5th Ave., New York, New York. General view of living room

Thomas Cochrane, residence at 856 5th Ave., New York City. Dining room, to fireplace

Judge Wm. C. Cochrane House, 1308 21st Ave., Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

Robert Cochrane House, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Center cabinet, sharp from right

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Sample racks, with figures

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Entrance view for Hegeman

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. General view from entrance foyer

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Executive office II

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Vertical detail to entrance

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Sharp view of rooms

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Contract department detail

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Conference room II

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Wool display case

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Sample racks I

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Executive office I

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Desk detail

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Duratwist

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Gray room

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. What goes with what?

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Sculptex

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Sculptex, to window

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. General view of rear bay

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Horizontal view to reception desk

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Conference room I

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Sample racks II

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Center cabinet, sharp from left

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Entrance view for Raymond Loewy

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Contract department, general view

Charles P. Cochrane Co., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Green room

Mrs. Richard L. Cochrane, Rear Admiral Edward L. Cochrane, Mrs. Edward L. Cochrane, and Rear Admiral T. Withers at the Launch of the USS Sea Cat

A view of the bombardment of Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, by the British fleet, taken from the obsesrvatory under the command of Admirals Cochrane & Cockburn, on the morning of the 13th of Sept. 1814 ... / J. Bower sc Phila.

An vertical view of the guided missile destroyer USS Cochrane (DDG 21) underway

An elevated starboard bow view of the guided missile destroyer USS Cochrane (DDG 21) underway

A port quarter view of the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG-21) underway

A starboard beam view of the guided missile destroyer USS Cochrane (DDG 21) underway

A port view of the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) underway

A port bow view of the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) underway

A starboard bow view of the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) underway

A bow view of the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDE 21) underway

A port quarter view of the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) underway

Aerial starboard beam view of the Charles F. Adams class guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) underway

Aerial port view of the Charles F. Adams class guided missile cruiser USS COCHRANE (CG 21) underway

A Cochrane loader is used to unload a KC-10A Extender during Exercise BRIM FROST '85

Aerial starboard quarter view of Battle Group Alfa underway. The ships are: (clockwise, center front) USS REEVES (CG-24) , USS SAN JOSE (AFS-7), USNS MISPILLION (T-AO-105), USS OLDENDORF (DD-972), USS KANSAS CITY (AOR-3), USNS KILAUEA (T-AE-26), USS ENGLAND (CG-22), USS TOWERS (DDG-9), USS KIRK (FF-1087), USS KNOX (FF-1052), USS COCHRANE (DDG-21), and USS MIDWAY (CV-41) (center)

An aerial starboard beam view of the guided missile cruiser USS REEVES (CG-24) and the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG-21) (background) underway

Aerial starboard beam view of the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) underway. (SUBSTANDARD)

An aerial starboard view of Battle Group Alfa underway. The ships are: (clockwise from center front) the USS REEVES (CG 24), USS SAN JOSE (AFS 7), USNS MISPILLION (T-AO 105), USS OLDENDORF (DD 972), USS KANSAS CITY (AOR 3), USNS KILAUEA (T-AE 26), USS ENGLAND (CG 22), USS TOWERS (DDG 9), USS KIRK (FF 1087), USS KNOX (FF 1052), USS COCHRANE (DD 21), and the USS MIDWAY (CV 41) (center). (SUBSTANDARD)

Aerial starboard bow view of the guided missile cruiser USS REEVES (CG 24), (front) and the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) underway. (SUBSTANDARD)

An aerial starboard quarter view of the combat stores ship USS SAN JOSE (AFS 7) underway with the guided missile cruiser USS REEVES (CG 24), (right) and the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) (background). (SUBSTANDARD)

An aerial port view of the Battle Group Alfa underway. The ships are: (clockwise from front) the USS REEVES (CG 24), USS SAN JOSE (AFS 7), USNS MISPILLION (T-AO 105), USS OLDENDORF (DD 972), USS KANSAS CITY (AOR 3), USNS KILAUEA (T-AE 26), USS ENGLAND (CG 22), USS TOWERS (DDG 9), USS KIRK (FF 1087), USS KNOX (FF 1052), USS COCHRANE (DDG 21), and USS MIDWAY (CV 41) (center). (SUBSTANDARD)

Aerial view of Battle Group Alfa underway. The ships are: (clockwise, center front) USS REEVES (CG-24), USS SAN JOSE (AFS-7), USNS MISPILLION (T-AO-105), USS OLDENDORF (DD-972), USS KANSAS CITY (AOR-3) USNS KILAUEA (T-AE-26), USS ENGLAND (CG-22), USS TOWERS (DDG-9), USS KIRK (FF-1087), USS KNOX (FF-1052), USS COCHRANE (DDG-21), and USS MIDWAY (CV-41) (center)

Aerial port bow view of Battle Group Alfa underway. The ships are: (clockwise, center front) USS REEVES (CG-24), USS SAN JOSE (AFS-7), USNS MISPILLION (T-AO-105), USS OLDENDORF (DD-972), USS KANSAS CITY (AOR-3) USNS KILAUEA (T-AE-26), USS ENGLAND (CG-22), USS TOWERS (DDG-9), USS KIRK (FF-1087), USS KNOX (FF-1052), USS COCHRANE (DDG-21), and USS MIDWAY (CV-41) (center)

Aerial starboard beam view of the guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG 21) underway

An aerial starboard bow view of the (foreground to background) combat stores ship USS SAN JOSE (AFS-7), guided missile cruiser USS REEVES (CG-24), guided missile destroyer USS COCHRANE (DDG-21), and the frigate USS KNOX (FF-1052) underway. The ships are part of Battle Group Alfa