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Keith's Quick Step, arranged for the piano forte by Joseph W. Turner

Keith's Quick Step, arranged for the piano forte by Joseph W. Turner

Hon. Joseph W. McClurg

Hon. Joseph W. McClurg

Col. Joseph W. Revere, 80th N.Y. Inf.

Col. Joseph W. Revere, 80th N.Y. Inf.

Lewis Hart to Joseph W. McClurg, Wednesday, January 25, 1865 (Military affairs in Missouri)

Lewis Hart to Joseph W. McClurg, Wednesday, January 25, 1865  (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 02, 1865 (Release of prisoners)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 02, 1865  (Release of prisoners)

W. H. H. Cardiff and Henry Elliot to Joseph W. McClurg, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Telegram concerning release of rebel prisoners)

W. H. H. Cardiff and Henry Elliot to Joseph W. McClurg, Wednesday, February 01, 1865  (Telegram concerning release of rebel prisoners)

Joseph W. Drexel

Joseph W. Drexel

COX, JOSEPH W.

COX, JOSEPH W.

BYRNS, JOSEPH W. HONORABLE

BYRNS, JOSEPH W. HONORABLE

TRIMBLE, JOSEPH W.

TRIMBLE, JOSEPH W.

COX, JOSEPH W.

COX, JOSEPH W.

BYRNS, JOSEPH W. HONORABLE

BYRNS, JOSEPH W. HONORABLE

DINNER TO GOV. JOSEPH W.FOLK [held by] MISSOURI COMMISSIONERS TO THE LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION [at] "AMERICAN INN, PORTLAND,OR" (HOTEL;)

DINNER TO GOV. JOSEPH W.FOLK [held by] MISSOURI COMMISSIONERS TO THE LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION [at] "AMERICAN INN, PORTLAND,OR" (HOTEL;)

DINNER TO GOV. JOSEPH W.FOLK [held by] MISSOURI COMMISSIONERS TO THE LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION [at] "AMERICAN INN, PORTLAND,OR" (HOTEL;)

DINNER TO GOV. JOSEPH W.FOLK [held by] MISSOURI COMMISSIONERS TO THE LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION [at] "AMERICAN INN, PORTLAND,OR" (HOTEL;)

Brig. Gen. Joseph W. Duncan in uniform

Brig. Gen. Joseph W. Duncan in uniform

Rep. [Joseph W.] Fordney

Rep. [Joseph W.] Fordney

[Joseph W.] Fordney

[Joseph W.] Fordney

[Joseph W. Schollick, osteologist at the National Museum, with animal heads]

[Joseph W. Schollick, osteologist at the National Museum, with animal heads]

Joint Congressional Committee to investigate Texas centennial celebration. Congressional Committee appointed to inquire into nature and extent of proper participation of federal government in [...] centennial celebration of the establishment of the independence of Texas in 1836. In the photo are, seated l to r: Senator Warren R. Austin of Vermont; Senator Tom Connally of Texas, Chairman; Senator George McGill, of Kansas. Standing, l to r: Congressman Sol Bloom of New York; Congressman [Les?], Joseph W. Martin of Mass., and Congressman Fritz G. Lanham of Texas

Joint Congressional Committee to investigate Texas centennial celebration. Congressional Committee appointed to inquire into nature and extent of proper participation of federal government in [...] centennial celebration of the establishment of the independence of Texas in 1836. In the photo are, seated l to r: Senator Warren R. Austin of Vermont; Senator Tom Connally of Texas, Chairman; Senator George McGill, of Kansas. Standing, l to r: Congressman Sol Bloom of New York; Congressman [Les?], Joseph W. Martin of Mass., and Congressman Fritz G. Lanham of Texas

Rhode Island's new congressman. Republicans had a quiet little celebration as Chas F. Risk, center, prepared to take his seat as Rhode Island's Republican congressman. From the left: Joseph W. Martin, Jr., R. of Mass; Risk, and Minority Leader Bertrand H. Snell of New York. 8/19/35

Rhode Island's new congressman. Republicans had a quiet little celebration as Chas F. Risk, center, prepared to take his seat as Rhode Island's Republican congressman. From the left: Joseph W. Martin, Jr., R. of Mass; Risk, and Minority Leader Bertrand H. Snell of New York. 8/19/35

Joseph W. Martin

Joseph W. Martin

Tennessee Solon. Washington, D.C., April 1. A new informal picture of Rep. Joseph W. Byrns, Jr. democrat of Tennessee. He is the son of the late Speaker of the House. 4-1-39

Tennessee Solon. Washington, D.C., April 1. A new informal picture of Rep. Joseph W. Byrns, Jr. democrat of Tennessee. He is the son of the late Speaker of the House. 4-1-39

Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., House Minority Leader, 2-18-39

Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., House Minority Leader, 2-18-39

[Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., House Minority Leader, 2-18-39]

[Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., House Minority Leader, 2-18-39]

Joseph W. Martin

Joseph W. Martin

Joseph W. Martin, Jr.

Joseph W. Martin, Jr.

Joseph W. Martin, Jr.

Joseph W. Martin, Jr.

Lt. Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell inspecting Chinese troops in India He is accompanied on his right by General Sun Li Zen and Lo. The former is the commanding general and the latter deputy chief of staff of the Chinese expeditionary forces.

Lt. Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell inspecting Chinese troops in India He is accompanied on his right by General Sun Li Zen and Lo. The former is the commanding general and the latter deputy chief of staff of the Chinese expeditionary forces.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Return To Flight Task Group (RTFTG) holds the first public meeting at the Debus Center, KSC Visitor Complex. Members and staff at this table, from left, are Joseph W. Cuzzupolui, retired Army Col. James C. Adamson, David Lenyel, co-chairs Richard O. Covey and retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas Stafford, and retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Ralph H. Jacobson. Covey is a former astronaut and Shuttle commander. Stafford is a former astronaut and Apollo commander. The RTFTG was at KSC to conduct organizational activities, tour Space Shuttle facilities and receive briefings on Shuttle-related topics. The task group was chartered by NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe to perform an independent assessment of NASA’s implementation of the final recommendations of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  -  The Return To Flight Task Group (RTFTG) holds the first public meeting at the Debus Center, KSC Visitor Complex.  Members and staff at this table, from left, are Joseph W. Cuzzupolui, retired Army Col. James C. Adamson, David Lenyel, co-chairs Richard O. Covey and retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas Stafford, and retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Ralph H. Jacobson.  Covey is a former astronaut and Shuttle commander.  Stafford is a former astronaut and Apollo commander.  The RTFTG was at KSC to conduct organizational activities, tour Space Shuttle facilities and receive briefings on Shuttle-related topics.  The task group was chartered by NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe to perform an independent assessment of NASA’s implementation of the final recommendations of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.

Republican leaders express sentiment for late national convention at Washington meeting. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. Republican Party leaders and members of the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee met today to discuss presidential campaign problems and consider an embarrassing deficit, at the same time many of the members expressed sentiment for a late national convention and a shorter presidential campaign in 1940. Left to right, seated: Mrs. Paul Fitzsimons, Rhode Island; Daniel Pomeroy, Vice Chairman from New Jersey; Mrs. Worthington Scranton, Vice Chairman from Penna.; Mrs. John E. Hillman, Vice Chairman from Colorado; Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr., House Republican Leader; Henry P. Fletcher, General Counsel from Rhode Island; and Ezra R. Whitla, Idaho. Standing, left to right: Harrison E. Spangler, Iowa; Daniel O. Hastings, Delaware; Mrs. Margaret Wyeth, Missouri; Walter S. Hallanan, West Virginia; Mrs. Bertha D. Baur, Illinois; R.B. Creager, Texas; John Hamilton, Chairman; Harvey Jewett Jr., South Dakota; Robert P. Burroughs, New Hampshire; Harold W. Mason, Secretary from Vermont; F.F. Taggart, Ohio; Sinclair Weeks, Treasurer, Eastern Division, Mass.; Sam F. Pryor, Jr., of Conn.

Republican leaders express sentiment for late national convention at Washington meeting. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. Republican Party leaders and members of the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee met today to discuss presidential campaign problems and consider an embarrassing deficit, at the same time many of the members expressed sentiment for a late national convention and a shorter presidential campaign in 1940. Left to right, seated: Mrs. Paul Fitzsimons, Rhode Island; Daniel Pomeroy, Vice Chairman from New Jersey; Mrs. Worthington Scranton, Vice Chairman from Penna.; Mrs. John E. Hillman, Vice Chairman from Colorado; Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr., House Republican Leader; Henry P. Fletcher, General Counsel from Rhode Island; and Ezra R. Whitla, Idaho. Standing, left to right: Harrison E. Spangler, Iowa; Daniel O. Hastings, Delaware; Mrs. Margaret Wyeth, Missouri; Walter S. Hallanan, West Virginia; Mrs. Bertha D. Baur, Illinois; R.B. Creager, Texas; John Hamilton, Chairman; Harvey Jewett Jr., South Dakota; Robert P. Burroughs, New Hampshire; Harold W. Mason, Secretary from Vermont; F.F. Taggart, Ohio; Sinclair Weeks, Treasurer, Eastern Division, Mass.; Sam F. Pryor, Jr., of Conn.

Joseph W. Schollick, 5/7/23

Joseph W. Schollick, 5/7/23

Kentucky Solon takes oath as Justice of D.C. Court of Appeals. Washington, D.C., May 12. Former representative Fred. M. Vinson, of Kentucky, being sworn in as an Associate Justice of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals today by Joseph W. Stewart, clerk of the Court. Judge Vinson was appointed last year by President Roosevelt with the understanding that he would continue in the House until the Tax bill was enacted, 5/12/38

Kentucky Solon takes oath as Justice of D.C. Court of Appeals. Washington, D.C., May 12. Former representative Fred. M. Vinson, of Kentucky, being sworn in as an Associate Justice of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals today by Joseph W. Stewart, clerk of the Court. Judge Vinson was appointed last year by President Roosevelt with the understanding that he would continue in the House until the Tax bill was enacted, 5/12/38

Forward to Forty!' cry of republicans at dinner tonight. Washington, D.C., April 20. Full of high hopes and confidence as they look toward 1940, members of the republican party got together tonight for a dinner at which they forecast victory for themselves at the coming presidential elections. Here are some of the outstanding Republicans giving a salute to 1940. Left to right: Republican National Committee Chairman John Hamilton, Senator Robert Taft, Ohio's newest hope for the presidency, Gov. Raymond Baldwin of Connecticut, Senator Clyde M. Reed of Kansas, which state saw one presidential hope die in the last election, and Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr., House Minority Leader

Forward to Forty!' cry of republicans at dinner tonight. Washington, D.C., April 20. Full of high hopes and confidence as they look toward 1940, members of the republican party got together tonight for a dinner at which they forecast victory for themselves at the coming presidential elections. Here are some of the outstanding Republicans giving a salute to 1940. Left to right: Republican National Committee Chairman John Hamilton, Senator Robert Taft, Ohio's newest hope for the presidency, Gov. Raymond Baldwin of Connecticut, Senator Clyde M. Reed of Kansas, which state saw one presidential hope die in the last election, and Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr., House Minority Leader

Discuss Repubican Party problems. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. Snapped in a huddle just before the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee convened today were, left to right: John Hamilton, Chairman of the Republican National Committee; Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr., House Republican Leader; Henry P. Fletcher, General Counsel; and Mrs. Paul Fitzsimons, member of the Executive Committee from Rhode Island. Presidential campaign problems and an embarrassing deficit were discussed at the meeting

Discuss Repubican Party problems. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. Snapped in a huddle just before the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee convened today were, left to right: John Hamilton, Chairman of the Republican National Committee; Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr., House Republican Leader; Henry P. Fletcher, General Counsel; and Mrs. Paul Fitzsimons, member of the Executive Committee from Rhode Island. Presidential campaign problems and an embarrassing deficit were discussed at the meeting

Executive Committee of the National Republican Committee. Washington, D.C., Sept. 23. The Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee held their first meeting to plan their campaigns for the Congressional Elections that are to be held in 1938. Left to right, seated are: Henry P. Fletcher of R.I., Mrs. Marjorie Scranton of PA., John Hamilton of Kansas, Chairman, Mrs. John E. Hillman of Colo., C.B. Goodspeed of Ill., Treasurer, and standing left to right: Joseph W. Martin, Jr. of Mass., Mrs. Paul Fitzsimmons of R.I., Walter S. Hallanan of West. VA., [...]S. Harace B. Sayre of Okla., Robert P. Burroughs of New Hampshire, Ezra R. Whitla of Idaho, R.B. Creager of [...]kas, J. Will Taylor of Tenn., Earl Warren of Cal., [...]rison E. Spangler of IA., Daniel E. Pomeroy of N.J. 9/23/37

Executive Committee of the National Republican Committee. Washington, D.C., Sept. 23. The Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee held their first meeting to plan their campaigns for the Congressional Elections that are to be held in 1938. Left to right, seated are: Henry P. Fletcher of R.I., Mrs. Marjorie Scranton of PA., John Hamilton of Kansas, Chairman, Mrs. John E. Hillman of Colo., C.B. Goodspeed of Ill., Treasurer, and standing left to right: Joseph W. Martin, Jr. of Mass., Mrs. Paul Fitzsimmons of R.I., Walter S. Hallanan of West. VA., [...]S. Harace B. Sayre of Okla., Robert P. Burroughs of New Hampshire, Ezra R. Whitla of Idaho, R.B. Creager of [...]kas, J. Will Taylor of Tenn., Earl Warren of Cal., [...]rison E. Spangler of IA., Daniel E. Pomeroy of N.J. 9/23/37

In spotlight at Republican meeting. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. Early arrivals for today's meeting of the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee were, left to right: John Hamilton, Chairman; Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., House Republican Leader; and Henry P. Fletcher, General Counsel

In spotlight at Republican meeting. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. Early arrivals for today's meeting of the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee were, left to right: John Hamilton, Chairman; Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., House Republican Leader; and Henry P. Fletcher, General Counsel

Late Speaker's wife sees son take oath as member of Congress. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Mrs.. Joseph W. Byrns, right, widow of late Speaker of the House, was at the Capitol bright and early today to see her son Joseph W. Byrnes, Jr., take the oath as representative from Tennessee. She was accompanied by Mrs. William B. Bankhead, center, wife of the present Speaker, and Mrs. Joseph W. Byrnes, Jr., 1/3/39

Late Speaker's wife sees son take oath as member of Congress. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Mrs.. Joseph W. Byrns, right, widow of late Speaker of the House, was at the Capitol bright and early today to see her son Joseph W. Byrnes, Jr., take the oath as representative from Tennessee. She was accompanied by Mrs. William B. Bankhead, center, wife of the present Speaker, and Mrs. Joseph W. Byrnes, Jr., 1/3/39

Members of new Civil Aeronautics Authority take Oath of Office. Washington, D.C., Aug. 8. Members of the newly created Civil Aeronautics Authority were administered the Oath of Office enmasse today by Associate Justice Harold M. Stephens of the U.S. Court of Appeals. In the photograph, left to right: Justice Stephens; Joseph W. Stewart, Clerk of the Court; Edward J. Noble, Chairman; Harlee Branch, Vice Chairman; G. Grant Mason; Oswald Ryan; Robert Hinckley; and Clinton M. Hestor, Administer of the Act, 8/8/38

Members of new Civil Aeronautics Authority take Oath of Office. Washington, D.C., Aug. 8. Members of the newly created Civil Aeronautics Authority were administered the Oath of Office enmasse today by Associate Justice Harold M. Stephens of the U.S. Court of Appeals. In the photograph, left to right: Justice Stephens; Joseph W. Stewart, Clerk of the Court; Edward J. Noble, Chairman; Harlee Branch, Vice Chairman; G. Grant Mason; Oswald Ryan; Robert Hinckley; and Clinton M. Hestor, Administer of the Act, 8/8/38

Congressional record has face lifted. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. The first copy of the Congressional record for the 76th session came off the presses today with a new face. Rep. Joseph W. Byrns, Jr., examines a copy of the Congressman's 'bible' which will henceforth carry the United States Seal on the front page, 1/4/39

Congressional record has face lifted. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. The first copy of the Congressional record for the 76th session came off the presses today with a new face. Rep. Joseph W. Byrns, Jr., examines a copy of the Congressman's 'bible' which will henceforth carry the United States Seal on the front page, 1/4/39

Joseph W. McIntosh of Ill. Comptroller of Treasury, 12/22/24

Joseph W. McIntosh of Ill. Comptroller of Treasury, 12/22/24

New battleship design board. Washington, D.C., Oct. 8. A special advisory board on battleship plans, which was recently named by Secretary of the Navy Swanson, held their initial meeting at the Navy Department today. The board will be charged with obtaining for the Navy Department the advice of outstanding experts in the principal fields of Naval construction to use in completing the designs of the two new battleships North Carolina and Washington. In the photograph, left to right, (sitting): W.F. Gibbs, President of Gibbs and Cox, Inc.; Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison; and Admiral Joseph Strauss, U.S.N. Standing, left to right: John F. Metton, President, N.Y. Shipbuilding Corp.; Joseph W. Powell, United Shipyards Inc.; and Professor William Hovgaard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 10/8/37

New battleship design board. Washington, D.C., Oct. 8. A special advisory board on battleship plans, which was recently named by Secretary of the Navy Swanson, held their initial meeting at the Navy Department today. The board will be charged with obtaining for the Navy Department the advice of outstanding experts in the principal fields of Naval construction to use in completing the designs of the two new battleships North Carolina and Washington. In the photograph, left to right, (sitting): W.F. Gibbs, President of Gibbs and Cox, Inc.; Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison; and Admiral Joseph Strauss, U.S.N. Standing, left to right: John F. Metton, President, N.Y. Shipbuilding Corp.; Joseph W. Powell, United Shipyards Inc.; and Professor William Hovgaard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 10/8/37

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 15, 1864 (West Point appointments)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 15, 1864  (West Point appointments)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 15, 1864 (West Point appointments)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 15, 1864  (West Point appointments)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 04, 1864 (Requests reinstatement)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 04, 1864  (Requests reinstatement)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 04, 1864 (Requests reinstatement)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 04, 1864  (Requests reinstatement)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 04, 1864 (Requests reinstatement)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 04, 1864  (Requests reinstatement)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 15, 1865 (Release of Missouri prisoners)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 15, 1865  (Release of Missouri prisoners)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 15, 1865 (Release of Missouri prisoners)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 15, 1865  (Release of Missouri prisoners)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 15, 1865 (Release of Missouri prisoners)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 15, 1865  (Release of Missouri prisoners)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 15, 1865 (Release of Missouri prisoners)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 15, 1865  (Release of Missouri prisoners)

Benjamin S. Cowen to Joseph W. White, Friday, February 05, 1864 (Executive clemency for prisoners sentenced to be shot)

Benjamin S. Cowen to Joseph W. White, Friday, February 05, 1864  (Executive clemency for prisoners sentenced to be shot)

Benjamin S. Cowen to Joseph W. White, Friday, February 05, 1864 (Executive clemency for prisoners sentenced to be shot)

Benjamin S. Cowen to Joseph W. White, Friday, February 05, 1864  (Executive clemency for prisoners sentenced to be shot)

Benjamin S. Cowen to Joseph W. White, Friday, February 05, 1864 (Executive clemency for prisoners sentenced to be shot)

Benjamin S. Cowen to Joseph W. White, Friday, February 05, 1864  (Executive clemency for prisoners sentenced to be shot)

J. N. E. Moser to Joseph W. McClurg, Wednesday, January 25, 1865 (Release of rebel prisoners)

J. N. E. Moser to Joseph W. McClurg, Wednesday, January 25, 1865  (Release of rebel prisoners)

J. N. E. Moser to Joseph W. McClurg, Wednesday, January 25, 1865 (Release of rebel prisoners)

J. N. E. Moser to Joseph W. McClurg, Wednesday, January 25, 1865  (Release of rebel prisoners)

Joseph W. Calvert to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 04, 1861 (Recommendation)

Joseph W. Calvert to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 04, 1861  (Recommendation)

Joseph W. Calvert to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 04, 1861 (Recommendation)

Joseph W. Calvert to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 04, 1861  (Recommendation)

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Winans to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 31, 1864 (Cover letter)

Joseph W. Winans to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 31, 1864  (Cover letter)

Joseph W. Winans to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 31, 1864 (Cover letter)

Joseph W. Winans to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 31, 1864  (Cover letter)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 26, 1864 (Judicial appointment in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 26, 1864  (Judicial appointment in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 26, 1864 (Judicial appointment in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 26, 1864  (Judicial appointment in Missouri)

Joseph W. Calvert to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 02, 1860 (Introduction)

Joseph W. Calvert to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 02, 1860  (Introduction)

Joseph W. Calvert to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 02, 1860 (Introduction)

Joseph W. Calvert to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 02, 1860  (Introduction)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 14, 1864 (Requests donation to Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 14, 1864  (Requests donation to Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 14, 1864 (Requests donation to Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 14, 1864  (Requests donation to Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 15, 1863 (Requests a new court martial)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 15, 1863  (Requests a new court martial)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 15, 1863 (Requests a new court martial)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 15, 1863  (Requests a new court martial)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 15, 1863 (Requests a new court martial)

Joseph W. Revere to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 15, 1863  (Requests a new court martial)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863 (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863  (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863 (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863  (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863 (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863  (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863 (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863  (Military affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 30, 1865 (Cover letter)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 30, 1865  (Cover letter)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 30, 1865 (Cover letter)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 30, 1865  (Cover letter)

Joseph W. Bell, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 22, 1863 (Removal of General Curtis)

Joseph W. Bell, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 22, 1863  (Removal of General Curtis)

Joseph W. Bell, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 22, 1863 (Removal of General Curtis)

Joseph W. Bell, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 22, 1863  (Removal of General Curtis)

Joseph W. Bell, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 22, 1863 (Removal of General Curtis)

Joseph W. Bell, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 22, 1863  (Removal of General Curtis)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863 (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863  (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863 (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863  (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863 (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863  (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863 (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863  (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863 (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863  (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863 (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. Revere, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 25, 1863  (Petition requesting Lincoln to review General Revere's case)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 22, 1863 (Removal of General Curtis and affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 22, 1863  (Removal of General Curtis and affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 22, 1863 (Removal of General Curtis and affairs in Missouri)

Joseph W. McClurg to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 22, 1863  (Removal of General Curtis and affairs in Missouri)