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Puerto Rico 1939, Gov. Leahy

Puerto Rico 1939, Gov. Leahy

Der Beylerbey auss Asia zu Pferd und seine Positur im Feldzuge

John Penn, colonial governor of Pa.

J. Belcher, governor of New Jersey.

B. Wentworth, gov. of New Hampshire from 1741 to 1767.

James Hamilton, governor of Pennsylvania.

Horatio Sharpe, governor of Maryland.

Wm. Livingston, governor of New Jersey.

Hutchinson, 18th governor of Massachusetts.

His excellency Arthur Dobbs esq., captain general, governour in chief and vice admiral of the Provence of North Carolina in America.

Robert Dinwiddie, governor of Virginia.

Habit of the governor of the Low Countries for the King of Spain in 1576. Governeur pour le Roy d'Espagne dans les Pays Bas.

A manifesto and address from Heaven. by the guardian angel of America; from Heaven, whoe'ere beholds on younger earth grieves at the oppression sprung from vilest birth. To the Governors, Councils, Houses of Burgesses, and Representatives of the

Designs for fortifying Governors Island near New York.

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of Governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this Country [In favour of the election of Peter Livinston to the Assembly] New York, March 8, 1768.

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this country [In favour of the election of Peter Livingston to the Assembly] New York March 8 1768.

To the Honorable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn, Esquires, true and absolute proprietaries and Governors of the Province of Pennsylvania and the territories thereunto belonging and to the Honorable John Penn, Esquire, Lieutenant-Governor of the same, this map. Of the Province of Pennsylvania.

James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts 1785 to 1787.

A perspective view of Pensacola : 1. The fort ; 2. The church ; 3. The governors house ; 4. The commandants house ; 5. A well ; 6. A bungo.

A map of Pennsylvania exhibiting not only the improved parts of that Province, but also its extensive frontiers : laid down from actual surveys and chiefly from the late map of W. Scull published in 1770 : and humbly inscribed to the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn, esquires, true and absolute proprietaries & governors of the province of Pennsylvania and the territories thereunto belonging.

A view of New York, Governors Island, the river &c. from Long Island

A view of New York, Governors Island, the River &c. from Long Island.

Letter to the Board of Visitors and Governors of Washington College [Chestertown, Md.]

Letter to the Board of Visitors and Governors of Washington College [Chestertown, Md.]

Thomas Pownall Esqr., member of Parliament, late Governor Captain General and Commander in Chief, and Vice Admiral of his Majesty's Provinces Massachusetts Bay and South Carolina, and Lieut. Governor of New Jersey.

Appointment of Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer

John Jay to Governors, May 3, 1786, Circular Letter

[Above, an eagle preys on the body of a woman cast up on the seashore. Below, under the waves is a drowned man on whom fishes feed. Between text: "What time the 13 governors..."]

Thomas M'Kean, Governor of Pennsylvania.

Thomas McKean, Governer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, vice president of the State Society of Cincinnati etc.

Thomas Jefferson to Governors, February 25, 1803

Circular to the Governors of the Several States

Circular to the Governors of the Several States

Circular to the Governors of the Several States

Circular to the Governors of the Several States

Thomas Jefferson to Governors, December 31, 1808, Circular Letter

Thomas Jefferson to Governors of Orleans, Georgia, South Carolina, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, May 6, 1808

Henry Dearborn to State Governors, January 17, 1809, Circular Letter

His excellency Elbridge Gerry, L.L.D., Governour of Massachusetts.

Oliver Wolcott, Governor of the State of Connecticut.

To the people of Kentucky

His Excellency Caleb Strong, L.L.D. elected in 1813 the Govenor of Massachusetts for the ninth time by the free suffrages of his fellow citizens.

The Bay of New York and Governors Island Taken from Brooklyn Heights

New York, from Governors Island.

View in Albany House of the First Dutch Governors

A view of New York, Governors Island, the river &c from Long Island

James K. Polk. Governor of the state of Tennessee / from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich ; printed by P.S. Duval, Lith., Philadelphia.

coat of arms from "Regulations and Orders of the Governors, Bailiffs, and Conservators of the Bedford Level Corporation: with the lot book. Corrected to the present time by S. Wells, etc"

map from "Regulations and Orders of the Governors, Bailiffs, and Conservators of the Bedford Level Corporation: with the lot book. Corrected to the present time by S. Wells, etc"

Governors race in New Jersey. Young Hyson riding over the backs of the people. Stratton going ahead in the popular Jersey style

T. Hutchinson, 18th Governor of Massachusetts.

U. S. Patent office. November 12, 1849. Sir: A copy of the accompanying circular has been addressed to each of the governors of the states and territories of the Union, and I respectfully solicit your co-operation in furthering the objects sough

Governor Van Cortlandt of New York.

View of the Villa of Scoonenbergh near Brussels belonging to their Royal Highnesses the Governors General of the Low Countries. Vue de la Maison de Campagne de Scoonenbergh près de Bruxelles; appartenante a LL. AA RR. les Gouverneurs Generaux des Pays Bas

View of the Orangery, and Pagoda, in the Garden of Scoonenbergh belonging to their Royal Highnesses the Governors General of the Netherlands. Vue de l'Orangerie, et de la Pagode, dans le Jardin de Scoonenbergh, appartentante a LL. AA. RR. les Gouverneurs generaux des Pays Bas

View of the Temple of Friendship, with a part of the Park of Scoonenberg, belonging to their Royal Highnesses the governors General of the Netherlands, &c. Vue du Temple de l'Amitié, avec une partie du Parc de Scoonenbergh appartentante à LL AA. RR. les Gouverneurs Generaux des Pays Bas &c.

View of the Villa of Scoonenbergh near Brussels belonging to their Royal Highnesses the Governors General of the Low Countries. Vue de la Maison de Campagne de Scoonenbergh près de Bruxelles; appartenante a LL. AA RR. les Gouverneurs Generaux des Pays Bas

View of the House, and part of the Park of Scoonenbergh belongin to their Royal Highnesses the Governors General of the Low Countries taken from the Banks of the River. Vue de la Maison et d'une partie du Parc de Scoonenbergh, prise du coté de la Riviere, appartentante a LL. AA. RR. les Gouverneurs generaux des Pays Bas

View of the House, and part of the Park of Scoonenbergh belonging to their Royal Highnesses the Governors General of the Low Countries taken from the Banks of the River. Vue de la Maison et d'une partie du Parc de Scoonenbergh, prise du coté de la Riviere, appartentante a LL. AA. RR. les Gouverneurs generaux des Pays Bas

The governor's mansion, Lecompton, Kansas Territory

Andrew B. Moore, war governor of Ala.

John A. Andrew Governor of Massachusetts

Hon. Aaron V. Brown Ex-Governor of Tennessee

To the Governors and executive councils of the states of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee, and the President of the C. S. A. Gentlemen:- I have the pleasure

Governors Island from the Battery

Proclamation. State of Minnesota. Executive office, Saint Paul, July 10th, 1862. To the people of Minnesota. The President of the United States has, at the solicitation of the Governors of the loyal states called upon the nation for a large incr

Edwin M. Stanton to Military Governors, Monday, May 19, 1862 (Memo with Clipping)

O.P. Morton, Gov. of Indiana

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

Document signed by the Governors of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin offering the Government 80,000 troops, with autograph acceptance by President Lincoln and by Secretary of War Stanton dated Apr 23, 1864

To the governors of the loyal states ... L. M. Smith. New York, January 26, 1876.

Gen. William Shirley, Gov. of Mass.

Gen. William Shirley, Gov. of Mass.

Governors of Michigan

Governor William Allen, Democratic candidate for governor of Ohio crayon drawing by Dr. Jasper

Iowa's choice (?) : Boise and beer forever

Governor James Bowdoin

Now Campbell will run

John Page Gov. of Va.

John Penn, Colonial Governor of Pa.

Oregon--Hon. Sylvester Pennoyer, the Governor-elect / photo by Brown. Nova Scotia--The seized American schooner "J.D. Adams" [i.e., David J. Adams] as she appears lying at the wharf at Digby / from a photo by George F. Parker. The north German Lloyd steamship "Aller" - view of the grand saloon.

P. B. S. Pinchback

President Cleveland, District of Columbia, from "Governors, Arms, Etc." series (N133-2), issued by Duke Sons & Co.

Indian Chief, from "Governors, Arms, Etc." series (N133-1), issued by Duke Sons & Co.

Indian Chief, from "Governors, Arms, Etc." series (N133-2), issued by Duke Sons & Co.

A Montana Cowboy, from "Governors, Arms, Etc." series (N133-1), issued by Duke Sons & Co.

President Cleveland, District of Columbia, from "Governors, Arms, Etc." series (N133-1), issued by Duke Sons & Co.

A Montana Cowboy, from "Governors, Arms, Etc." series (N133-2), issued by Duke Sons & Co.

Gov. Wigglesworth waiting for Rountree's return

New York from Governors Island