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David B. Warden to Thomas Jefferson, March 20, 1807

Letter to D.B. Warden

Letter to D.B. Warden

Letter to D.B. Warden

Letter to D.B. Warden

Andre Thouin to David B. Warden, April 29, 1809, in French

David Bailie Warden to James Madison, March 18, 1811.

David Bailie Warden to James Madison, January 26, 1813.

T. Barnett David B. Warden, August 25, 1813

David B. Warden to James Monroe, June 10, 1814

L. P. de Benevento to David B. Warden, August 29, 1815, in French

Hottinguer & Company to David B. Warden, July 9, 1816

Freres Debure to David B. Warden, March 13, 1821, in French

Charles G. C. Botta to David B. Warden, March 20, 1821

Jul Boilly to David B. Warden, 1822, in French

Masters of vessels as well as others therein concerned, are required to make themselves properly acquainted with, and in all cases to act in due conformity with the following port regulations ... Samuel Alexander, Harbour master. at Port Warden'

$100 reward! escaped from the Illinois penitentiary, on the night of Friday, August 7, 1840, a convict named Hansel G. Horn ... I. Greathouse, Warden Ill's penitentiary. Alton, Aug. 8 ‘40.

75 dollars reward! Escaped from the Alton penitentiary, on the 20th inst. two convicts, Isaac Bell and Wm. B. Ledbetter ... Isaac Greathouse, Warden Illinois penitentiary. Alton, 23d May, 1842.

$200 reward! The sum of two hundred dollars will be paid for the arrest and return of William Wells, who escaped from the U. S. Penitentiary December 26, 1860 ... C. P. Sengstack, warden. [Washington, D. C. 1860].

Warden, S J - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warden, Jno A - State: Missouri - Year: 1861

Warden, Thomas T - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warden, William - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warden, Lyman - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Gen. Siegel's celebrated camp song. D. A. Warden, No. 1138 Lombard Street

We are coming Father Abraham, 600, 000 more! Words by J. Cullen Bryant, music by D. A. Warden, J. H. Johnson, song Publisher, ... Phila

We are coming, father Abra'm, 600,000 more! Words by J. Cullen Bryant, music by D. A. Warden. A. W. Auner, ... Phila

Warden, H J - State: Illinois - Year: 1864

U.S. Reports: In re Mills, 135 U.S. 263 (1890)

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

Kootenai Brown leaning against an automobile in front of his cabin

Geo. W. Benhem, Warden, Auburn

B.G. Lewis, Dr. Kath. Davis, Dr. J.A. Campbell, Warden P.A. Mallon

Warden Osborne & prisoners

Warden T.M. Osborne

Warden T.M. Osborne, Sing Sing

Warden Osborne

Warden Clancy

Warden J.M. Clancy, Sing Sing

Warden Homer & Engineer Inmates

Letter Written by Leon B. Ivey to the Warden

Telegram from Atty. Gen. Daugherty to Warden, Atlanta Penitentiary, regarding the commutation by Pres. Harding of Eugene Debs sentence

W.J. Snook, new Warden of Atlanta Prison

A.E. Sartain, Warden Atlanta Pen.

Photograph of Fire Sign Made by Warden Wiles

3202 Warden

Harold P. Sheldon, Chief U.S. Game Warden, [7/15/26]

Photograph of Warden Nixon of the State Conservation Department Holding a Dead Wolf

Telegram from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax, c/o Warden Thames, Parchman, MS

Photograph of Ohio State Fire Warden F. J. Etterling

Photograph of Game Warden Trying to Loosen Rope

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Convicts from the Greene County prison camp at the funeral of their warden who was killed in an automobile accident, Georgia

Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas Island, Virgin Islands. The prison warden in the doorway of the solitary dungeon at the prison in the old fort. Although the dungeon has not been in use for a long time, it is the only place in the prison for serious offenders

Civilian defense. Prompt and efficient telephone handling is an important part of civilian defense work. This operator at air raid warden headquarters receives calls telling her of trouble in various areas, notes the message and passes them on for immediate action. The demonstration was at the civilian defense show at Madison Square Garden, New York, October 1941

Convicts from the Greene County prison camp at the funeral of their warden who was killed in an automobile accident, Georgia

The air raid protective services. "Take over" is a cardinal rule in the event of air raids. Here an air raid warden directs the evacuation of a public bus, notifying the passengers where they may find shelter

At the funeral of Mr. Lov Smith, who was warden at the Greene County prison camp, Georgia

Civilian defense. War Emergency Radio Service. A War Emergency Radio Service transmitter-receiver keeps this air raid warden post in direct communication with the community Civilian Defense ontrol center. The set was constructed out of old home receivers by civilian radio volunteers. After brief instructions, it can be operated by anyone who can use a telephone

Georgia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Convicts from the Greene County prison camp at the funeral of their warden who was killed in an automobile accident, Georgia

Civilian protection. Scanning the sky for attcking planes is only part of the job this volunteer air raid warden, who is director of air raid protection operations for a block of about 500 people. Four such wardens are named for each section, so that twenty-four hour protection is assured. In the event of attack, these wardens warn the citizens in their areas, direct them to shelter and then direct the civilian defense workers

Convicts from the Greene County prison camp at the funeral of their warden who was killed in an automobile accident, Georgia

Civilian protection. The air raid warden, key man of the civilian defense organization is a solid citizen well known to the people of his sector. It is his job to clear the streets, see that people in his sector take proper cover, allay their fear, prevent panic and summon aid promptly in the event that it is needed

Christiansted (vicinity), Saint Croix Island, Virgin Islands. Warden of the prison

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Georgia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Civilian defense. Prompt and efficient telephone handling is an important part of civilian defense work. This operator at air raid warden headquarters receives calls telling her of trouble in various areas, notes the messages and passes them on for immediate action. The demonstration was at the civilian defense show at Madison Square Garden, New York, October 1941

Typical home of San Leandro, California. Notice the block warden sign in the front window. The civilian defense activities have been well organized, and people of Portuguese blood have been quick to volunteer their services

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. An elderly member of the first aid class adjusting the legs to the proper position after applying splint

New York, New York. Italian-American shoemaker who is an air raid warden

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Two members of the class applying splints and other bandages to a practice victim

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Three members of the class applying splints, hand, head and arm bandages to a member of the class

Newport News, Virginia. Negro shipyard worker does volunteer duty as an air raid warden

Washington, D.C. Junior air raid warden

Bantam, Connecticut. Bantam is hoping eventually to get a new post office and town hall. The town burgesses meet above the post office, while the rest of the second story here is given over to a little-used basketball court. Postmaster Edward M. Doyle, who is not related to James L. Doyle, the town warden, has run out of defense stamps more than once, for Bantam is buying bonds and stamps in large quantities. The volume at the post office has risen considerably in the eight years Doyle has been in charge, his own salary going from sixteen hundred to twenty-one hundred annually in that time. He's especially proud of the consistently excellent ratings his premises are given by government inspectors

Lititz, Pennsylvania, owner of the Pierson Motor Company, who has lost his business of selling cars. Repairs in his garage bring in enough to pay taxes and mechanics, so he had to get himself a defense job at the Armstrong Cork Company in Lancaster. He's an air raid warden and serves four hours a week as airplane spotter

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Mr. Pennepacker, a barber who is an air raid warden

New York, New York. Italian-American shoemaker on duty as an air raid warden at sector headquarters on Waverly Place

New York, New York. Italian-American shoemaker on duty as an air raid warden at sector headquarters on Waverly Place

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Mr. Elmer House, instructor, demonstrating the head bandage

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Artifical respiration is demonstrated by two members of the class

Chicago (north), Illinois. Mr. J.A. Brown, air raid warden in his block and participant in the neighborhood flag dedication ceremony

New York, New York. Italian-American shoemaker on duty as an air raid warden at sector headquarters on Waverly Place

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Two future first-aiders practicing on a member of the class. The instructor gives problems and the students must carry them out as they would in an actual bombing

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Four members of the class demonstrating the proper way to transport a victim if a stretcher is not available

Potomac Electric Power Co. substations. Substation no. 38 window display: Obey & trust your air raid warden

Bantam, Connecticut. Here is the elected governing body of Bantam, including both Democrats and Republicans. This council meets the first Monday of every month in a little room just above the post office. From left to right: Burgess George Perrett of the Perrett Lumber Company; Burgess Harold Cox, owner of Cox's Garage; Clerk Arthur Morey, who has an insurance office in Litchfield(Morey's is an appointive job); Burgess Leonard Doyle, an unemployed engineer; Burgess Willis Bennett, engineer in charge of the Bantam powerhouse, and Warden James L. Doyle, brother of Leonard, whose position corresponds to that of first selectman in small incorporated towns

Mrs. Helen L.C. Lawrence who was born in Portugal and came to the United States and San Leandro, California when she was a young girl. She has always been active in civic affairs and was elected a member of the five-member council of San Leandro. The five members of the council elect a mayor from their group and Mrs. Lawrence was honored with this position. "I say honored though it has been mostly hard work. I was proud that I, a Portuguese by birth, should be deemed worthy of this office. The Portuguese people are well aware of the very great privileges they enjoy as citizens of this country and we all strive to be just as aware of the duties that citizenship brings." Mrs. Lawrence is a block warden in the civilian defense program

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Mr. Elmer House, instructor, listening to an oral recitation by members of the class