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John Mitchell, Jr.

John Mitchell, Sam Gompers walking down street

Max Morris, James Duncan, John B. Lennon, Sam Gompers, John Mitchell, Frank Morrison

John Mitchell, portrait bust

John Mitchell, portrait bust

A. Carnegie, W.J. Bryan, J.J.Hill, and John Mitchell, seated

John Mitchell, national president of the United Mine Workers of America / The Henderson Lithographing Co., Cincinnati, O.

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. A scene in the coal mining town on the occasion of a visit by John Mitchell, labor leader. He is shown riding in a four-horse carriage, the driver of which is wearing a derby hat. Two-horse carriages follow. Above the street is a banner reading "Welcome to our National Pres. Jno. Mitchell"

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. John Mitchell, President of the UMWA (United Mine Workers of America), arriving in the coal town. His open four-horse carriage is surrounded by a crowd of boys. The driver of the high front seat is wearing a derby hat

John Mitchell, 1870-1919

John Mitchell, 1870-1919

President Roosevelt, Cardinal Gibbons and John Mitchell, Mine Workers' Day, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

John Mitchell addressing C.T.A.U. delegates and the United Mine Workers of America at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Aug. 10, 1905.

C.T.A.U. Parade on S. Main St., showing John Mitchell in carriage, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Aug. 10, 1905.

Pres. Roosevelt Cardinal Gibbons, Mayor Weaver (Phila.) and John Mitchell, in speakers stand, River Commons, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Aug. 10, 1905.

[Governor Edwin L. Norris, of Montana, and John Mitchell, both half-length, standing]

[Group portrait in front of glider at Kill Devil Hill. Sitting: Horace Wright, Orville Wright, and Alexander Ogilvie; standing: Lorin Wright, and group of journalists, including Van Ness Harwood of the New York World, Berges of the American News Service, Arnold Kruckman of the New York American, Mitchell of the New York Herald, and John Mitchell of the Associated Press; Kitty Hawk, North Carolina]

Portrait: US Navy (USN) Captain (CAPT) John Mitchell (uncovered)

TECH. SGT. John Mitchell directs weapon loading on an A-7 Corsair II aircraft during Gunsmoke '87, an Air Force-wide tactical gunnery and bombing competition sponsored by the Tactical Air Command and hosted by the Tactical Fighter Weapons Center at Nellis

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lieutenant (LT) John Mitchell 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines uses a field radio to makes contact with the other squads in his platoon during the Korean Incremental Training Program (KITP) at Camp Mu Juk, South Korea. KITP is a joint training exercise with US Marines and the ROK Marines

British Royal Air Force (RAF) SENIOR Aircraftsman (SAC) John Mitchell of the works on a communications dish at Shaw Air Force Base (AFB), South Carolina (SC), during the Combined Joint Task Force Exercise (CJTFEX) 04-2

[Theodore Roosevelt, Rev. M.J. Hoben [i.e. Hoban], and John Mitchell, posed, seated in front of porch]

[Theodore Roosevelt, Rev. M.J. Hoben [i.e. Hoban], and John Mitchell, posed, seated in front of porch]

Sir, Please to deliver for the [blank] armed vessel under my command, [blank] rations of provisions of all species and rum. [blank] captain. To Mr. John Mitchell. Rations. No. [blank] beef, mutton or pork, bread, flour, rum, or [blank] beer, vegetables, [blank].

Sir, Please to deliver for the [blank] armed vessel under my command, [blank] rations of provisions of all species and rum. [blank] captain. To Mr. John Mitchell. Rations. No. [blank] beef, mutton or pork, bread, flour, rum, or [blank] beer, vegetables, [blank].

John Mitchell, esq., proprietor of the "United Irishman", Dublin, Ireland The apostle and martyr of liberty.

John Mitchell, esq., proprietor of the "United Irishman", Dublin, Ireland The apostle and martyr of liberty.

John Mitchell to Charles de Pougens, July 24, 1803

John Mitchell to Charles de Pougens, July 24, 1803