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Sarah Malcolm

Sarah Malcolm

Sarah Malcolm

Sarah Malcolm

Sarah Malcolm

Sarah Malcolm

Sarah Malcolm

Campbell, Malcolm

Campbell, Malcolm

Campbell, Malcolm

Campbell, Malcolm

Campbell, Malcolm

Campbell, Malcolm

Campbell, Malcolm

Campbell, Malcolm

map from "[An Enquiry into the History of Scotland preceding the Reign of Malcolm III., or the year 1056. (A dissertation on the origin and progress of the Scythians.) ... In two volumes.]"

maps from "[An Enquiry into the History of Scotland preceding the Reign of Malcolm III., or the year 1056. (A dissertation on the origin and progress of the Scythians.) ... In two volumes.]"

map from "[An Enquiry into the History of Scotland preceding the Reign of Malcolm III., or the year 1056. (A dissertation on the origin and progress of the Scythians.) ... In two volumes.]"

map from "[An Enquiry into the History of Scotland preceding the Reign of Malcolm III., or the year 1056. (A dissertation on the origin and progress of the Scythians.) ... In two volumes.]"

map from "[An Enquiry into the History of Scotland preceding the Reign of Malcolm III., or the year 1056. (A dissertation on the origin and progress of the Scythians.) ... In two volumes.]"

map from "[An Enquiry into the History of Scotland preceding the Reign of Malcolm III., or the year 1056. (A dissertation on the origin and progress of the Scythians.) ... In two volumes.]"

Christ Church, Philadelphia / J.P. Malcolm del. et sculp.

Map of Persia and adjacent countries, for Sir John Malcolm's History of Persia /

map from "A History of the reigning family of Lahore, with some account of the Jummoo Rajahs, the Seik Soldiers and their Sirdars. With notes on Malcolm, Prinsep, Lawrence, Steinbach, M'Gregor and the Calcutta Review"

Hon. Malcolm Chance

McCuiney, Malcolm - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

McCurry, Malcolm - State: North Carolina - Year: 1865

Horton, Malcolm - State: North Carolina - Year: 1865

McCoung, Malcolm - State: North Carolina - Year: 1865

Captain Malcolm's grave.

Captain Malcolm's grave.

[Sir Charles Malcolm Kennedy, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left ] / Alexander Bassano.

Mrs. Rafter, Miss Towner, Mrs. Malcolm, Mrs. N. Stewart, standing together, Washington, D.C.

Sir Malcolm Robertson & wife

Malcolm Schloss

Lieut. Malcolm M. Johnstone

Mrs. Whitney Kernochan & Mrs. Malcolm Stevenson

Maj. Malcolm Wheeler Nicholson

Cofer, Malcolm - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Fourteenth Infantry, Ch-E

McRany, Malcolm - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Sixteenth Infantry, A, Mc-My

McCraney, Malcolm - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Sixteenth Infantry, A, Mc-My

Malcolm, James - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Twenty-sixth Infantry, Gu - Me - Louisiana

McCrany, Malcolm - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Sixteenth Infantry, A, Mc-My

GROW, MALCOLM C. GENERAL

GIBBS, MALCOLM, MRS.

GROW, MALCOLM C. GENERAL

Springstein Mill, Chester, S.C. Malcolm Rogers (Boy with hat) 54 inches high. Be[e]n in mill 3 years. Started at 25 cents and now makes $1.00 a day. Spins part time and doffer part time. Other boy goes to school and helps in mill afternoons and Saturdays. Witness S.R. Hine. Location: Chester, South Carolina.

Malcolm Allison - Gliding

Malcolm Allison - with glider

Malcolm Allison - Gliding

Mrs. Malcolm Strauss & "Beaux Attos" [i.e., Athos]

Malcolm Allison - with glider

Mrs. Malcolm Strauss and pet

Woman suffrage headquarters in Upper Euclid Avenue, Cleveland--A. (at extreme right) is Miss Belle Sherwin, President, National League of Women Voters; B. is Judge Florence E. Allen (holding the flag); C. is Mrs. Malcolm McBride

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Personnel. Emergency and Hospitals Committee of the Belfast, (Ireland) branch, who had charge of relief work in Northern Ireland in the Otranto disaster. Left to right: sitting - Mrs. Mary H. Walkington, San Francisco; mrs. Johnny M. Simponton, Orange, N.J.; Mrs. J.C. white, Augusta, GA.; Mrs. Hunter Sharp, Columbus, O.; Mrs. Malcolm Gordon, Paterson, N.J.; Mrs. Francis Dolan, N.Y.; Standing: Mrs. Edith J. Brewster, St. Louis; Mrs. F. McMullen, Belfast, Ireland; Mrs. Florence M. McMullen, Rye, N.Y.; Mrs. Oarline Stewart, Brooklyn; Mrs. Edith Blake Fitchie, Philadelphia; J.F. Cleaver, Belfast; Mrs. Bertha W. Shillington, Charlottestown; mrs. Ann Small Weir, Philadelphia; Mrs. E.W.G. Reid, Chicago

Lieut. J.V. Malcolm of Atlanta, is Comptroller for the ARC Comm. for Great Britain. He is seen here in his London Office, 32 Grosvenor Gardens. Anybody from Georgia knows the Malcolm family and Lieut. J.W. although he has been in Europe for a long time now, still reads the political news from Georgia with close attention and keen interest

Two new recruits for the Open Air school. Both show tuberculosis tendency. Malcolm is now responding at once to the rest-and-diet regime, but Dorothy responds more slowly. Malcolm is the proud posessor of a clean mouth

Looking after the red man. Members of the Board of Indian Commissioners, holding their annual meeting in Washington, make their report to President Coolidge and are photographed at the White House. Left to right in the group are: Samuel A. Eliot, Cambridge Mass.; General Hugh L. Scott, Princeton, N.J.; Edgar E. Ayer, Chicago; Mrs. Flora Warren Seymour, Chicago; Malcolm McDowell, Secretary of the Board, Washington, D.C., and Daniel Smiley, Mohonk Lake, N.Y.

Mrs. Malcolm P. Hanson, [3/28/29]

[Malcolm P. Hanson, Jr., son of Lieut. Hanson, chief radio engineer of the Byrd expedition, who will be three months old on Feb. 22nd, in crib]

["Wellington," Malcolm Matheson house, Fox Hunt Road, Alexandria, Virginia. Porch]

[Malcolm Campbell, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left, wearing auto racing cap]

["Wellington," Malcolm Matheson house, Fox Hunt Road, Alexandria, Virginia. Porch]

On the spot. Eugene Vidal, Director of the Air Commerce Bureau, left; Secretary Daniel Roper, and Malcolm C. Kerlin, his Administrative Assistant, at the Senate Commerce Committee hearing where Ewing Y. Mitchell, ousted official, repeats his charges of graft and corruption. 6/19/35

[John Nance Garner, left; plaque: "Presented by the people of Daytona Beach to Sir Malcolm Campbell ...]

Malcolm Slaght

Malcolm Slaght

Portrait of Mr. Malcolm Clough, who commutes from Portland and works at the Bath Iron Works. Bath, Maine

Shenandoah Valley. In slack times, Paul Fletcher is helped only by his brothers, Walter and Malcolm

Bantam, Connecticut. A native of London, England, Malcolm Stewart is an expert upholstery worker. He once ran his own furniture shop in Pittsburgh, and before coming to Bantam in June of 1941, supervised an upholstery shop in Buffalo, New York. Mrs. Stewart, a Buffalo girl whom he married in 1936, is also working in the Warren McArthur upholstery shop. They left their furnished room in a Bantam farmhouse in January, 1942, to occupy a four-room flat in the new eighty-unit defense homes project a few minutes from the plant

Bantam, Connecticut. A native of London, England, Malcolm Stewart is an expert upholstery worker. He once ran his own furniture shop in Pittsburgh, and before coming to Bantam in June of 1941, supervised an upholstery shop in Buffalo, New York. Mrs. Stewart, a Buffalo girl whom he married in 1936, is also working in the Warren McArthur upholstery shop. They left their furnished room in a Bantam farmhouse in January, 1942, to occupy a four-room flat in the new eighty-unit defense homes project a few minutes from the plant

Bantam, Connecticut. Here are three newcomers to Bantam, in the Warren McArthur upholstery shop. Closest to the camera is Demetress Welch, who came with the plant from Rome, New York, in 1937. In 1940 she married Ray Welch, of Waterbury, who is now working in a sub-assembly shop at the plant. Behind her is Irene Stewart, who came to the plant from Buffalo in June 1941, along with her husband of five years, Malcolm Stewart. Malcolm is a native of London, England, and once owned his own furniture plant in Pittsburgh. The Stewarts moved into a four-room unit of the defense homes project in January, leaving a furnished room in a Bantam farmhouse. Third worker is Alice Langevin, who came to the plant in April, 1941, from Plainfield, Connecticut. She lives in Bantam, in a five-room house which she shares with her brother and sister-in-law and two nephews--all of whom came to Bantam since April, 1941, to work for Warren McArthur

Japanese-American volunteers. First man to have applied for voluntary induction at local board 2, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii when formation of the AJA [Americans of Japanese ancestry] combat regiment was announced, Tatsuo Truruda, twenty-four, of Kealia was also one of the first in the territory to take his physical examination. Examining him is Major Malcolm A. Jones, president of the examining board. Tsuruda, active in Boy Scout activities on the Garden Isle, was a clerk at the Lihue Plantation Company. Both his father and mother are American citizens

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Miss Lillie Malcolm, a garage mechanic for the Yellow Cab Company. She is installing an oil clarifier cartridge

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Miss Lillie Malcolm, a garage mechanic for the Yellow Cab Company. She is installing an oil clarifier cartridge

Franklin Delano Roosevelt January 30, 1882 - April 12, 1945. [Notes of sympathy from Churchill to Mrs. Roosevelt. Stalin to President Truman and a testimonial from Malcolm Bingay in the Detroit Free Press.] [Ann Arbor, Mich. 1945].

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Leaving Hangar S Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

Photograph of Astronaut John H. Glenn Listening to Communications with Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter during the Aurora 7 Flight

Photograph of the USS Donner Moving into Position to Recover Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter and Aurora 7

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Adjusting his Straps Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Putting on His Space Suit Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Discussing His Pending Orbital Flight

Photograph of the USS Robinson Moving into Position to Recover Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter and Aurora 7

Photograph of Astronaut Virgil I. Grissom Listening to Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter during the Aurora 7 Flight

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Inside Aurora 7 Ready for Liftoff

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Putting on Space Helmet Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

Photograph of a Suit Technician Adjusting Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter's Collar Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

[Malcolm X, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left, being interviewed by reporters] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Herman Hiller.

[Malcolm X, half-length portrait, facing right] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Ed Ford.

[Malcolm X waits at Martin Luther King press conference, head-and-shoulders portrait] / [MST].

[Exterior view of home of Malcolm X, Queens] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick DeMarsico.

Malcolm X at Queens Court / World Telegram & Sun photo by Herman Hiller.

[Martin Luther King and Malcolm X waiting for press conference]

[Malcolm X, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right, at microphones] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Ed Ford.

[Interior view of Audubon ballroom where Malcolm X was shot] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Exterior view of home of Malcolm X, in foreground remains of charred furniture] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

This is where Malcolm X was standing when assassins struck--Note bullet holes in rostrum / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

Arrow shows blood stain on stage of Audubon ballroom where Malcolm X was shot / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.