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Joseph Curry, Deputy CHIEF, New York Fire Department, barks orders to rescue teams as firefighters and rescue teams search for survivors through the rubble and debris of the World Trade Centers in New York City in the area known as Ground Zero, after the 9/11 terrorists attacks

European parliament strasbourg architecture, architecture buildings.

European parliament courtyard center, architecture buildings.

European parliament input rotunda, architecture buildings.

European parliament strasbourg architecture, architecture buildings.

European parliament strasbourg courtyard, architecture buildings.

European parliament strasbourg chamber, architecture buildings.

Francesco I d'Este is Named the Deputy of the Catholilc King and is Sent to Catalogna, from L'Idea di un Principe ed Eroe Cristiano in Francesco I d'Este, di Modena e Reggio Duca VIII [...]

Boston. March 22. 1672/3 The Deputy Covernour and magistrates adjacent being assembled in Council, to consider of the late awful hand of God, consuming our Castle by fire the one and twentieth of this instant, thereby taking away that part of ou

Joannes d'Estrées, Spanish King and now Deputy Abbot

To the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen [Declining nomination as deputy] [Signed] Alexr M'Dougall. New York, July 9, 1774.

Letter to Horatio Sharpe, Deputy Governor of Maryland

Letter to Samuel Bean, Deputy Commissary of Musters and Auditor of Accounts [Charleston]

Letter to [John Penn] Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania

Letter to [John Penn.] Deputy Governor of Pensylvania

Letter to Horatio Sharpe, Deputy Governor of Maryland

Letter to Matthew Irwin, Deputy Commissary, Philadelphia

Letter to Matthew Irwin, Deputy Commissary, Philadelphia

Letter to [John Penn] Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania

Letter to the Commissary General [Joseph Trumbull], or his deputy

Letter to the Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania [William Denny]

Letter to the Deputy Governor of Maryland [Horatio Sharpe]

Letter to Moore Furman, Deputy Quartermaster-general, Pittstown [N. J.]

Letter to the Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania [William Denny]

Letter to Matthew Irwin, Deputy Commissary, Philadelphia

Letter to the Deputy Governor of Maryland [Horatio Sharpe]

Letter to Nehemiah Hubbard, Deputy Quartermaster-General Hartford [Conn.]

Letter to [John Penn] Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania

Letter to Samuel Bean, Deputy Commissary of Musters and Auditor of Accounts [Charleston]

Letter to Matthew Irwin, Deputy Commissary, Philadelphia

Letter to Moore Furman, Deputy Quartermaster-general, Pittstown [N. J.]

Letter to Nehemiah Hubbard, Deputy Quartermaster-General Hartford [Conn.]

To the Most Honorable Charles Howard Earl of Surren Lord Lieutanant and Custos Rotulorum of the West Riding in the County of York and of the City of York & County of the same Deputy Earl Marsall of England and One of the Lords Commissioners of His Majety's Treasury This Map of the County of Cumberland [Mapa]

The Head of Jean Féraud (1759-1795), a Deputy at the Convention, Carried on a Pike, May 21, 1795.

Map by George Armstrong, Jefferson County, Kentucky deputy surveyor

Medal of the Constituency of Meaux in Honor of Its Deputy

Deputy

Auction on Wednesday, the 8th day of April, inst. Will be sold at public auction, at the dwelling house of Hannibal A. Ellsworth, in the town of East Windsor, a large amount of personal property ... Sam'l W. Thompson. Deputy Sheriff. East Windso

Geo. S. Bennett United States deputy marshall Let the public mark this man, and let the nation fear for its safety when lecherous, drunken tyrants are in power ... [Signed] Justice. Cincinnatti, O. February 1st, 1856.

Survey of I. R. Houston, deputy surveyor of Rockbridge Co., Va. of lands in dispute between Wm. B. McNutt & D.& H. Forrer, being Nos. 1, 2 & 3 of this plat (Nos. 14, 15 & 16 of the bill).

Swearing in of U.S. Deputy Marshals and Supervisors of Registry and Election, by Commissioner Davenport, Circuit Court, Chambers Street, Friday, October 28, 1870 / Bofhs(?).

[General Hasan Rami Paşa, Deputy Commander of the Port] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

An agreeable deputy

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

Deschanel (Deputy)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

Deputy Gröber

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

Deputy guarding wagon - sugar strike Williamsburg

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

DINNER TENDERED TO RIGHT WORSHIPFUL BENJAMIN V.W. OWENS, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTER [held by] THIRD MASONIC DISTRICT MASTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "ARGYLE, THE, BROOKLYN, NY" ([REST?];)

Deputy Marshall taking Dowd to jail

DINNER & RECEPTION TO THE PAST DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTERS [held by] BALTIC LODGE NO.284 [at] "BROOKLYN, NY" (LODGE)

DINNER & RECEPTION TO THE PAST DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTERS [held by] BALTIC LODGE NO.284 [at] "BROOKLYN, NY" (LODGE)

ANNUAL DINNER [held by] ASSOCIATION OF DEPUTY TAX COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "SHANLEYS ROMAN COURT, BROADWAY AND 42ND STREET" (REST;)

ANNUAL DINNER [held by] ASSOCIATION OF DEPUTY TAX COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "SHANLEYS ROMAN COURT, BROADWAY AND 42ND STREET" (REST;)

Dr. Katherine Davis & Deputy Lewis

Com'r Kath. Davis & Deputy Lewis

Sulzer and deputy

Holman A. Drew, Harry K. Thaw, Deputy Sherriff Kelser

Photo of Ordinary's Certificate for Bronson Beers, 9 years old, (and therefore illegal). The Deputy Clerk told me "That was likely a clerical error." but I found five of these "errors" issued to children under 10 years old, one for child aged 8. (The latter was later marked 'Void' but none of the rest were.[)] Rolly's teacher told me the family had moved, but that the boy was a mere baby with a lisp. The issuing of the certificates is very unbusinesslike. (See Vaughn's report, Georgia, 1913.) The Ordinary said, "I'm a practical Man! The cotton mill people are the poorest paid workers in the country. They have to put their children into the mills." Location: Columbus, Georgia.

Photo of Ordinary's Certificate, Columbus, Ga. giving permit to Rolly Strickland, 9 years old, (and therefore illegal). The Deputy Clerk told me "That was likely a clerical error," but I found five of these "errors" issued to children under 10 years old., one for a child aged 8. (The latter was later marked 'Void' but [none] of the rest were.) Rolly's teacher told me the family had moved but that the boy was a mere baby with a lisp. The issuing of the certificate is very unbusinesslike. (See Vaughn's Report, Georgia, 1913.) The Ordinary said, "I'm a practical Man! The cotton mill people are the poorest paid workers in the country. They have to put their children into the mills." The Associated Charities Records show five older children working in the mill. One of 25 years, one of 23, one of 18, 16, 11. Location: Columbus, Georgia.

SWEET. DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

Group of children attending the mill school at Barker Cotton Mills. These children are well-kept at home, and well-directed in school. School is sanitary and well-equipped. School attendance is compulsory. Deputy in mill acts as truant officer. If parents neglect to send children to school, they are requested to move out. The whole situation reflects the good management of the superintendent. Location: Mobile, Alabama.

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commission to Archangel sailed Aug. 25, 1918, under direction of Major C.T. Williams; Deputy C. commissioner Major W.D. Kirkpatrick; Chief Medical Officer on S.S. Ascutney, which was loaned by U.S. Government to Red Cross

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commissioners to Great Britain, France and Italy. On the steps of the London Headquarters, 32 Grosvenor Gardens. In the front row left to right: Maj. William S. Patten, Deputy Commissioner to Great Britain, Maj. Jas. S. Perkins, Head of the American Red Cross in Europe, Col. Robert P. Perkins, commissioner to Italy, Maj. Ralph Preston. Back row: Major Charles M. Bakewell, Maj, Langdon Sec. Marvin of the Harvard Club of New York

Artists - Painting of American Troops marching in Paris for Philadelphia Museum. H.M. Deputy in his studio and his picture of the American troops parading in Paris on the Fourth of July. The painting is to hang in a Philadelphia museum

American Red Cross - N thru W - Red Cross Commissioner in England. Major R. Stuart Smith of Philadelphia, deputy commissioner of the American Red Cross in Great Britain

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Officers from England, France, and Italyin conference at London headquarters. Back row, left to right: Lieut. Richard Emmet of Harvard, assistant to the Chief of Staff at London; Maj. Charles M. Bakewell of Yale, now deputy commissionerto Italy; Major L.P. Marvin of New York, deputy commissioner to Great Britain. Front row, left to right: Maj. W.S. Patten, Maj. James H. Perkins, Lt. Col. R.P. Perkins, Major Ralph Preston

American Red Cross - Groups - Major Williams and Kirkpatrick, Deputy Commissioners of American Red Cross

American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Langdon P. Marvin of New York, Deputy Commisioner for Great Britain of the American Red Cross. Major Marvin is a New York Lawyer, and is also President of various Harvard bodies, including the Harvard Club of New York. He is affectionately known to his colleagues in the Red Cross as the "Chief of Staff."

American Red Cross - N thru W - Major C.T. Williams, Deputy Commissioner of the Red Cross

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross in England. Col. John N. Finlay of New York, American Red Cross Commissioner for Palestine (in raincoat), and Major Solomon Lowenstein of N.Y., Deputy Commissioner to Palestine, at Red Cross headquarters in London

Artists - French Artworks - "La Fin D'un Brave." Water color, executed by a wounded French soldier, Frank Deputy, depicts a scene from the Somme front. Such works are sold in this country by the Comite des Etudiants Americains de l' Ecole des Beaux Arts to increase the funds of the organization

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Officers in England. Maj. R. Stuart Smith of the American Red Cross and head of the Department of Home Communciations and Casualty Information, in rain coat, and Maj. F. Harper Sibley of Rochester, N.Y., Deputy Commissioner of the American Red Cross and head of the Department of Supplies

Maj. Gen. John L. Hines, Deputy Chief of Staff, today decorated Col. Perry L. Miles, Infantry, with Distinguished Service Cross

J. Frank Norfleet, Deputy Sheriff, of Hale Center, Texas, left, and W.H. Mercer, Secy. to Senator Mayfield

[New York City Deputy Police Commissioner John A. Leach, right, watching agents pour liquor into sewer following a raid during the height of prohibition]

H.M. Vandervort, [Deputy Com. of Pensions, 6/6/21]

Major Gen. John L. Hines at his desk on his first day as Deputy Chief of Staff succeeding Gen. Harbord.

Gen. John J. Pershing, Chief of Staff, at his desk in the War Dept. for the first time since his return from France, conferring with Major Cen. John L. Hines, Deputy Chief of Staff

German cavalry horse show team received by Secretary of War Davis. Members of the German cavalry horse show team, one of the five foreign teams to compete with the United States in the 1928 National Horse Show just ended in New York City and the first German horse show team to come to the United States since the World War, were received by Secretary of War Dwight F. Davis today. In the front row, left to right: Lieut. Wilhelm Schmalz; Lieut. Col. von Flotow; Secretary Davis; Lieut. Baron von Nagel and Lieut. von Barnekow. In the back row, left to right: Dr. Rudolf Leitner, first secretary of the German Embassy; Col. R.H. Williams; and Maj. Gen. Bryant Wells, Deputy Chief of Staff

The Secretary of War, The Hon. Dwight Davis, and the Chief of Staff, the Deputy Chief of Staff, the assistants Chief of Staff, and the Chiefs of branches posed for a photograph on the steps of the war Dept. In the group left to right, front row, Major Gen. Frank Parker, Major Gen. Charles P. Summerall, Chief of Staff, Assistant Secretary of War, Col. C.B. Robbins, Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis, Major Gen, B.H. Wells, Deputy Chief of Staff, Brig. Gen. E.E. Booth, Ass't Chief of Staff, Major Gen. Fred T. Austin, Chief of Field Artillery, Major Gen. A.L. Carmichael, Chief of Finance