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Melvin, R D - State: North Carolina - Year: [Blank]

Melvin, Benjamin - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Melvin, P H - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Melvin, J L - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Cooper, Melvin C - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Helrey, Melvin T - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Carrence, Melvin - State: Virginia - Year: 1861

Melvin, Silas - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Melvin, J B - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Melvin, Samuel - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Melvin, George - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Melvin, Nancy - State: Washington - Year: 1863

Douglass, Melvin - State: [Blank] - Year: 1863

Rayburn, Melvin - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery, Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Bond, Melvin - State: [Blank] - Year: 1865

Melvin, Geo F - State: [Blank] - Year: 1865

Melvin, Oscar T - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Lewis, Melvin - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Thirteenth Infantry, A-W - West Virginia

Melvin, Wm H - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Murray, Melvin - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Murray, Melvin - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Fourth Infantry, Bo-Z - West Virginia

Melvin, Charles - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

The Wharf, Melvin, Lake Winnipesaukee, N. H.

The Village Melvin, Lake Winnipesaukee, N. H.

Prof. A.D. Melvin

Melvin, William H - Second Cavalry (19th State Troops)

Peavy, Melvin - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Fifth Infantry (State Troops), N-Y

Melvin, J - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - M - Louisiana

HAGGERTY, MELVIN

DINNER TENDERED TO JUDGE HENRY A. MELVIN [held by] CINCINNATI LODGE OF ELKS NO. 5 [at] "ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, [CINCINNATI, OH?]" (HOTEL;)

DINNER TENDERED TO JUDGE HENRY A. MELVIN [held by] CINCINNATI LODGE OF ELKS NO. 5 [at] "ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, [CINCINNATI, OH?]" (HOTEL;)

DINNER TENDERED TO JUDGE HENRY A. MELVIN [held by] CINCINNATI LODGE OF ELKS NO. 5 [at] "ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, [CINCINNATI, OH?]" (HOTEL;)

DINNER TENDERED TO JUDGE HENRY A. MELVIN [held by] CINCINNATI LODGE OF ELKS NO. 5 [at] "ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, [CINCINNATI, OH?]" (HOTEL;)

HAZEN, MELVIN C.

[Along the shore at Melvin (Tuftonboro), Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.]

Melvin Village [i.e. Tuftonboro], Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.

A Bit of Melvin [i.e. Tuftonboro] shore, Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.

The Wharf at Melvin [i.e. Tuftonboro], Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.

Types of adolescents. Boys working in Eureka Cotton Mills, Chester, S.C. Rob Dover--(Tallest boy). Been in mill eight or nine years. Melvin Reilly (next). In mill one year. Boyd McKowan (shortest boy). About 15 years old. Been in mill 5 years. Sunday, Nov. 29, 08. Witness Sara R. Hine. Location: Chester, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Mourning Victory, [Melvin Memorial, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.]

Portrait of Solomon D. Butcher, his wife Laura Brachear Nation Butcher, his son Lynn, and a child presumed to by Lynn's son, Melvin.

Bleach-room boy--Leon Halcourt, 34 Melvin St., 16 years old. Pacific Mills. Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts.

Road to Sleepy Hollow [Cemetery], Melvin Memorial, Concord, Mass.

Mourning Victory from the Melvin Memorial

HORSE SHOWS. MELVIN HAZEN JUMPING

HAZEN, MELVIN C. HORSE SHOW; HIS HORSES

HAZEN, MELVIN C. HORSE SHOW; HIS HORSES

RICE, MELVIN A.

HAZEN, MELVIN C. HORSE SHOW; HIS HORSES

Study for the Head of The Melvin Memorial

HAZEN, MELVIN C. HORSE SHOW; HURDLING

LIBERTY LOANS. BONFIRE, MELVIN C. HAZEN, ROBERT N. HARPER

Liberty loans. Bonfire, Melvin C. Hazen, Robert N. Harper

HAZEN, MELVIN C. DRAFT PARADE

HAZEN, MELVIN C. HORSE SHOW

HAZEN, MELVIN C. HORSE SHOW

HORSE SHOWS. MELVIN C. HAZEN AT HORSE SHOW GROUNDS

Melvin O. McLaughlin, [Nebraska]

Melvin O. McLaughlin, Nebraska

Melvin Hazen group at speedway

Melvin Hazen (?)

Melvin Hazen group speedway

C. Melvin Sharpe (H&E)

Bankers and drought relief plans. Twelve drought-stricken states sent representatives, most of them well known bankers, to confer with President Hoover and his relief committee to discuss plans for extending financial aid to farmers. Secretary of Agriculture Hyde is in the center of the photograph. Others are: Clyde Henedricks, Alabama; J.H. Stanley, Arkansas; Elmer Stout, Indiana; Melvin A. Traylor, Illinois; Byron A. Limbecker, Kansas; Nicholas Desker, Kentucky; Dr. D. Hoss, Virginia; Morton Frentis, Maryland; Arnold G. Stifel, Missouri; Edward A. Seiter, Tennessee; F.H. Fugus, Texas; Fred A. Scott. Virginia; F.D. Drumholler, West Virginia; Charles Reiman, Federal Reserve Bank; Hugh S. Mackey, manager, International Credit Bank; and members of the President's drought relief committee [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Wash. D.C. Watching their show. Melvin Hazen, left, District Commissioner, and Ambassador Manuel Truceo of Chile, watching the Inter- American Horse Show at which the Chilean team made a fine showing. Hazen played an important part in bringing the show to Washington. 10/26/35

Rural electrification program speeded. Executives of the Rural Electrification Administration gather around their chief, Morris L. Cooke, as seven projects are launched to give 4,000 farm homes electric light. Cooke is seated. From the left, standing: Melvin O. Swanson, Chief Engineer; W.E. Herring, Special Assistant to the Administrator; L.A. Sears, Chief of Projects Section Guy Thaxon, Engineer, and Charles W. Bass, Assistant Chief Engineer, 11/4/35

Crowned Queen of Cherry Blossoms. Washington, D.C., April 8. A colorful ceremony which attracted thousands of visitors to the Capital, little Sakiko Saito, daughter of the Japanese Ambassador and Mme. Saito, was crowned Queen of the Cherry Blossoms by Melvin Hazen, Commissioner of the District of Columbia. The festival was held to celebrate the anniversary of the presentation of the Japanese cherry trees to the capital by the citizens of Tokio, Japan during the Taft Administration. With the Queen as shown her two attendants Masako Saito, also a daughter of the Japanese Amabassador, and Barbara Caldwell, American playmate of the two youngsters, 4/8/1937

Melvin Weimer, unemployed resident of Jennings, Maryland, with part of his family

Melvin Weimer of Jennings, Maryland, once a prosperous lumber man of Garrett County, Maryland

Mrs. Melvin Weimer and children. Jennings, Maryland

Part of Jennings, Maryland. Ghost lumber town. Melvin Weimer's home on left

Washington, D.C., Feb. 21. Rep. Melvin J. Maas, Republican of Minnesota and an ardent aviation enthusiast, was a speaker before the National Aviation Forum today at the Mayflower Hotel, 2-21-39

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E. M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C. PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS; EDGAR MORRIS; ANDREA LEEDS, SCREEN STAR; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E.M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C. PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS, EDGAR MORRIS; ANDREA LEEDS, SCREEN STAR; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

Gen. Marshall, right, & Melvin Johnson

Mrs. Melvin Rivers, some of her children and her father-in-law in their new New York relocation corporation farm to which they have moved just recently, near Orwell, New York

Fort McPherson, Georgia. Private Melvin Kearney and MP (Military Police) Private Elliott Schneiderman practicing disarming a club man

High school Victory Corps. Donald Alman (left) and Melvin E. Lenox, students at McKinley Technical High School, Washington, D.C., build model planes for the Navy's use in training military and civilian personnel. McKinley is one of 6,000 schools throughout the country which provides facilities for pupils to build model planes to Navy specifications

Fort McPherson, Georgia. Private Melvin Kearney acts as the suspect. He is being searched for concelaed weapons by Private Elliot Schneiderman while Private First Class Sheldon Ehrlich covers him with his gun

Fort McPherson, Georgia. Left to right: Private First Class Sheldon Ehrlich, Private Edward Tevault, and Private Melvin Kearney practicing a "come along" hold

Melvin Cash, truck driver, putting water in his radiator along U.S. Highway 29 in North Carolina enroute to Charlotte

Melvin Cash driving a truck to Charlotte, North Carolina on U.S. Highway 29

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Living room II

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Bedroom desk

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Living room I

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Bedroom, to living room, night effect

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Living room III

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Bedroom, to living room

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Foyer, to bar

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Foyer, doors closed

Melvin Rivard, residence at 122 E. 37th St., New York City. Bar

[Portrait of Melvin G. Powell and Martha Scott in their home, Connecticut, ca. May 1947]

[Institut Pasteur, Medal Awarded to Melvin Calvin]

[Institut Pasteur, Medal Awarded to Melvin Calvin]

DD-680 Melvin

DD-680 Melvin

DD-680 Melvin

Portrait of Melvin Calvin at his desk taken September 24, 1952. Morgue 1958--4 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

[Portrait of Ethel Ayler and Melvin Stewart, as Zirata and Simple (respectively) in Simply Heavenly by Langston Hughes]