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Ingersoll, Jared. To Mrs. Livingston

Ingersoll, Jared. To Mrs. Livingston

Letter from Jared Ingersoll

Letter from Jared Ingersoll

Jared Ingersoll.

[Jared Ingersoll.]

Charles J. Ingersoll to James Madison. & Smollet's Quote-Spain. 1814-15.

Thomas Jefferson to Charles J. Ingersoll, March 17, 1814

Democratic ticket. For Senator. Jared Bassett, For representatives, Ralph I. Ingersoll, and Noyes Darling ... [New Haven? 1819?].

Mrs. George Ingersoll (Martha Goldthwaite)

Thomas Jefferson to Charles J. Ingersoll, October 27, 1824

James Madison to Charles J. Ingersoll, November 12, 1825.

James Madison to Charles J. Ingersoll, October 13, 1830. Response to the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Society Committee.

James Madison to Charles J. Ingersoll, February 12, 1835.

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Letter from Charles Jared Ingersoll to Dolley Madison

Dallas, George Mifflin. Philadelphia. To Charles J. Ingersoll

Dallas, George Mifflin. Philadelphia. To Charles J. Ingersoll

Charles Jared Ingersoll to Francis Preston Blair, June 5, 1845

Ingersoll, [Henrietta Crosby], ALS to. Sep. 30, 1858.

Ingersoll, [Henrietta Crosby], ALS to. Sep. 30, 1858.

Ingersoll, [Henrietta Crosby], ALS to. Sep. 30, 1858.

Ingersoll, [Henrietta Crosby], ALS to. Sep. 30, 1858.

Bob Ingersoll's Springs, Yellowstone Park.

Ingersoll, [Henrietta Crosby], ALS to. Sep. 30, 1858.

Ingersoll, [Henrietta Crosby], ALS to. Sep. 30, 1858.

Ingersoll, [Henrietta Crosby], ALS to. Sep. 30, 1858.

Ingersoll, [Henrietta Crosby], ALS to. Sep. 30, 1858.

Bob Ingersoll's Springs, Yellowstone Park.

Ingersoll, Robert G. (In[?] - made in the 70's) (profile - full length standing)

Ingersoll, Robert (The Infidel)

Thomas W. Ferry, John F. Driggs, and Ebon C. Ingersoll to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, March 21, 1865 (Telegram concerning terms of peace)

Ingersoll, Robert (The Infidel)

Ingersoll, Colin MacRae

Ingersoll, Colin MacRae

Ingersoll, Colin MacRae

Ingersoll, Colin MacRae

Ingersoll, Colin MacRae

Ingersoll, Colin MacRae

Ingersoll, Colin MacRae

Why Col. Ingersoll opposes the Democrats. [n. p. 1870?].

Two great questions. "Who is Ingersoll's Co.? - "Who stole the people's money? / Th. Nast.

map from "Explorations in Africa, by Dr. David Livingstone, and others, giving a full account of the Stanley-Livingstone expedition of search ... as furnished by Dr. Livingstone and Mr. Stanley ... Edited by L. D. Ingersoll ... With maps and illustrations"

map from "Explorations in Africa, by Dr. David Livingstone, and others, giving a full account of the Stanley-Livingstone expedition of search ... as furnished by Dr. Livingstone and Mr. Stanley ... Edited by L. D. Ingersoll ... With maps and illustrations"

[Capt. John Moss and Ernest Ingersoll in the Canyon of the Mancos, Colorado]

Res. of David C. Oatman, Angola, N.Y., County Clerk of Erie Co. ; Res. of James J. Ayer, Evans Centre, Erie Co., N.Y. ; Residence of Mrs. John Bedford, West Seneca. ; David C. Oatman, Angola, N.Y. Manufacturer of Clothing, Dealer in Dry Goods Groceries and General Merchandise also shipper of produce ; Res. of John Slada, Esq. Evans Tp. Erie Co., N.Y. ; Res. of M. G. Ingersoll, Evans Centre Erie Co., N.Y.

Ingersoll Spring (Bob).

Ingersoll Spring (Bob).

Ingersoll Spring (Bob).

Ingersoll Spring (Bob).

Ingersoll Spring (Bob).

Ingersoll Spring (Bob).

Jared Ingersoll.

Judge Ingersoll: Pebbly Beach Rock: North Bay: Moosehead Lake

The good St. Ingersoll calling the banished snakes back to the national boots

Letter from Col. Robert G. Ingersoll. to Philip G. Peabody Esq. New York, May 27, 1890.

Deer hunters at home. Deer and pony / photographed and published by T.W. Ingersoll.

Successful. Antelope on saddle / photographed by T.W. Ingersoll, St. Paul.

A long shot / photographed and published by T.W. Ingersoll, St. Paul.

Landing a 34# mascalonce / photographed and published by T.W. Ingersoll.

Views of Dalles of the St. Louis River / photographed by T.W. Ingersoll, St. Paul.

Robert Green Ingersoll, Counsellor at Law

J. Ingersoll, Miss Chapin, G.G. Haven, Jr.

Mrs. Roger M. Minton and Justine Ingersoll seated holding bouquets

INGERSOLL, R.R. ADMIRAL

INGERSOLL, R.E. ENSIGN

[Cardinal Richelieu, full-length portrait, seated, facing front, with three kittens on his lap] / photo, T.W. Ingersoll, St. Paul.

Suffragists At Rally in Home of Robert Ingersoll's Daughter, Mrs. Walston Brown

C.H. Ingersoll

C.H. Ingersoll

PSYCHE IV (R.H. Ingersoll, Jr.)

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Hispano-Suiza Airplane Engines; Wright-Martin Aircraft Corp., New Brunswick, N.J. First operation on lower half: milling two lower halves at once on an Ingersoll miller

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of Liberty Motors, Nordyke and Marmon Co., Indianapolis, IND. Ingersoll milling machines

Airplanes - Engines - Motor manufacture. Lincoln Motor Co., Plant. Detroit, Michigan. Three of the four Ingersoll Milling machine used for milling the joint and cylinder faces of crank cases

HUMANITARIAN CULT. C.F. REISNER; MASHA APPLEBAUM; CHARLES H. INGERSOLL

Airplanes - Engines - Motor manufacture. Lincoln Motor Co., Plant. Detroit, Michigan. One half of crank case dept. Looking from Ingersoll Milling machines

Ready forarms parley. Admiral William H. Standley, chief of Naval Operations, seated at left, confers with technical advisors appointed by Secretary Claude Swanson to go with the Admiral to the London Naval Conference where Admiral Standley will be one of the U.S. delegates. Seated beside the delegate is Capt. R. E. Ingersoll. Standing are Commander Roscoe E. Schuirmann, left, and Lieut. A. Del. Ayrault, Jr., 11/21/35

The Posey Building of Shawneetown, Illinois, in which Abraham Lincoln and Robert Ingersoll had law offices

An old grocery building and the Posey Building where Abraham Lincoln and Robert Ingersoll had law offices. Shawneetown, Illinois

Labor peace plan sought. Washington, D.C., April 20. Leaders of labor and industry attended a conference today with Secretary of Labor Perkins in efforts to effect a National policy to avert strikes and lockouts. In the photograph, left to right: D.W. Tracy, President of Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; Harper Sibley, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; William Green, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Ray Ingersoll, former Arbitrator of the Cloak and Suit Industry; R.C. Whiting, President of Fuller Construction Co.; Secretary Perkins; Clarence Wooley, President of the American Radiator Co.; John L. Lewis, Head of C.I.O.; and J. Warren Madden, Chairman of National Labor Relations Board, 4/20/1937

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Park Circle, Brooklyn. Entrance detail II

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Park Circle, Brooklyn. Entrance detail I

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Park Circle, Brooklyn. Entrance detail III

Grafton Street

Mrs. Colin Ingersoll, residence in Salisbury, Connecticut. Garden gadgets group I

Mrs. Colin Ingersoll, residence in Salisbury, Connecticut. Exterior of house

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Prospect Park Plaza, Brooklyn. Children's Room, from librarians' desk

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Prospect Park Plaza, New York. Dr. Ferguson's office, to fireplace II

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Prospect Park Plaza, Brooklyn. Circulation Room, axis view to foyer

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Prospect Park Plaza, Brooklyn. Circulation Room, side view to foyer

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Prospect Park Plaza, Brooklyn. Jennewein column detail

Brooklyn Public Library (Ingersoll Memorial), Prospect Park Plaza, New York. Children's entrance