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Historische kaart van de omgeving van Huis te Britten
Historische kaart van de monding van de Rijn en het Huis te Britten
Huis te Britten, in de Romeinse tijd
Romeinse oudheden gevonden bij het Huis te Britten
Romeinse oudheden gevonden bij het Huis te Britten
Kustlandschap met de fundamenten van het Huis te Britten
Kustlandschap met de fundamenten van het Huis te Britten
Huis te Britten en boerenwerk in Holland, ca. 1600
Het Huis te Britten
Huis te Britten
Oudheden van het Huis te Britten
Gevechten tussen Hollanders en Britten op zee, ca. 1780-1783
Britten overvallen een Hollands schip, ca. 1780-1783
Schepen bakken voor de Britten, 1798
Aftocht van de Britten en Russen uit Den Helder, 1799
Britten, Joseph - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]
Britten, J S M - State: Virginia - Year: 1864
F. Britten Austin
Fred.Britten and wife
F.A. Britten and wife
Britten, W T - 1st Cavalry

Britten, W T - 1st Cavalry

Age is [Blank]. Year listed as [BLANK]. Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Britten, C C - 1st Cavalry

Britten, C C - 1st Cavalry

Age is [Blank]. Year listed as [BLANK]. Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Britten, W L - 1st Cavalry

Britten, W L - 1st Cavalry

Age is [Blank]. Year listed as [BLANK]. Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Britten, Tyrie L - 1st Cavalry

Britten, Tyrie L - 1st Cavalry

Age is [Blank]. Year listed as 1864. Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Fred A. Britten - Ill.
Mrs. Fred Britten
BOBROFF VOTING MACHINE BEING CONSIDERED FOR USE IN HOUSE. STANDING RIGHT TO LEFT: REPS. JACOWAY; CARAWAY; AND BRITTEN
BOBROFF VOTING MACHINE. BEING CONSIDERED FOR USE IN HOUSE. STANDING RIGHT TO LEFT: REPS. JACOWAY; CARAWAY; AND BRITTEN
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. NAVAL AFFAIRS. ON NAVY DEPT. STEPS. FRONT: RIORDAN, DANIEL JOSEPH, OF NY; BUTLER, THOMAS STALKER OF PA; SEC. JOSEPHUS DANIELS; PADGETT, LEMUEL PHILLIPS, OF TN, CHAIRMAN; BROWNING, WILLIAM JOHN, OF NJ; McARTHUR, CLIFTON NESMITH, OF OR. 2ND ROW: OLIVER, WILLIAM BACON, OF AL; VINSON OF GA; KELLY, PATRICK HENRY OF MI.;HICKS, FRED. C.OF NY; BRITTEN, FRED A. OF IL; DARROW, GEORGE P., OF PA; STEPHENS OF OH. 3RD ROW: UNIDENTIFIED
Britten & Purnell
Horse show, 1920, Ambassador Pezet, Mrs. A. Wash. Pezet, Mrs. F.A. Britten, A. Wash. Pezet, Mrs. Thos F. Logan, Madam Pezet
Vestal, Britten, Purnell, Anderson
Rep. Fred Britten & Johnny Dundee, 4/21/25
Alexander Britten
Alexander Britten
Alexander Britten
Fred Britten & Edw. N. Hurley, 12/8/23
Upshaw & Britten, 10/15/23
Upshaw & Britten, [10/15/23]
Britten & Hurley, [12/8/23]
Members of Ill. congressional delegation who urged Pres. Coolidge to appoint Rep. Wm. J. Graham for Judge of Court of Appeals for D.C. to succeed the late C.H. Smyth. Left to rt.: E.J. King, F.H. Funk, W.E. Hull, W.P. Holaday, Fred A. Britten, Martin B. Madden, E.W. Sproul, Morton D. Hull, and Richard Yates
Capt. Herbert Hartley of S.S. Leviathan and Rep. Fred Britten at Capitol, [Washington, D.C.], , 1/7/25
Capt. Herbert Hartley of S.S. Leviathan and Rep. Fred Britten at Cap. [i.e., Capitol, Washington, D.C., 1/7/25]
Mickey Walker and wife with Rep. Britten at Capitol, [2/5/25]
Mickey Walker and wife with Rep. Britten at Capitol, 2/5/25
Johnny Dundee, Rep. Britten at W.H., 4/27/25
Capt. Herbert Hartley of S.S. Leviathan and Rep. Fred Britten at Capitol, [Washington, D.C., 1/7/25]
Commander Donald MacMillan and Rep. Britten at W.H., 3/30/25
Mickey Walker with Rep. Fred Britten at Capitol, 2/5/25
Telephone service from land to ships at sea inaugurated from U.S. Capitol. The first commercial wireless telephone service between land and ships at sea was inaugurated today from the United States Capitol by Rep. Fred A. Britten, (R) Illinois, Chairman of the House Naval Affairs Committee, Rep. Britten talked to Commodore H.A. Cunningham aboard the S.S. Leviathan. In the photograph, left to right: Julius Klein, Assistant Secretary of Commerce; Admiral U.S. Navy; Rep. Wallace White, Chairman of House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries; Rep. James V. McClinic, [...] Naval Affairs Committee; Rep. Fred A. Britten; Admiral Charles F. Hughes, Chief of Operations, U.S. Navy and Samuel S. Sandberg, Shipping Board Commissioner
Telephone service from land to ships at sea inaugurated from U.S. Capitol. The first commercial wireless telephone service between land and ships at sea was inaugurated today from the United States Capitol by Rep. Fred A. Britten, (R) Illinois, Chairman of the House Naval Affairs Committee, Rep. Britten talked to Commodore H.A. Cunningham aboard the S.S. Leviathan. In the photograph, left to right: Julius Klein, Assistant Secretary of Commerce; Admiral U.S. Navy; Rep. Wallace White, Chairman of House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries; Rep. James V. McClinic, ... Naval Affairs Committee; Rep. Fred A. Britten; Admiral Charles F. Hughes, Chief of Operations, U.S. Navy and Samuel S. Sandberg, Shipping Board Commissioner

Telephone service from land to ships at sea inaugurated from U.S. Capi...

Title from unverified caption data on negative or negative sleeve. Date based on date of negatives in same range. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is avai... More

Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, 1939.
Special Fondness for B.B. [Benjamin Britten]
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, September 23, 1959.
Britten, 915 Royal St., New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, May 1940.
Aaron Copland with Benjamin Britten, ca. 1950
A concert of praise - work by Britten, Bruckner, Hanson, Fauré, and spirituals...

A concert of praise - work by Britten, Bruckner, Hanson, Fauré, and sp...

Poster shows a church scene with celebrating angels. Signed in pencil. Title from item. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. K760. 198-

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Taylor Britten, a Visual Imagery and Intrusion Detection Systems (VIDS) Maintenance Technician assigned to the 31st Communications Squadron (CS), perform a test on a Passive Infrared (PIR) sensors mounted inside an aircraft hangar at Aviano Air Base (AB), Italy

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Taylor Britten, a Visual ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Aviano Air Base State: Pordenone Country: Italy (ITA) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Nichole Adamowicz, USAF Release Status: Released to Public Comb... More

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Taylor Britten, Visual Imagery and Intrusion Detection (VIIDS) Apprentice, 31st Communications Squadron cleans a digital video recorder during scheduled routine preventive maintenance at Aviano Air Base (AB), Italy

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Taylor Britten, Visual Im...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Aviano Air Base State: Pordenone Country: Italy (ITA) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Isaac G. L. Freeman, USAF Release Status: Released to Public Co... More

Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, February 12, 1940.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, February 12, 1940.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, May 1939.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, May 1939.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, July 30, 1940.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, July 30, 1940.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, September 6, 1939.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, September 6, 1939.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, September 6, 1939.
J. P. Britten to Andrew Jackson, July 17, 1835
J. P. Britten to Andrew Jackson, July 17, 1835
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, August 3, 1938.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Benjamin Britten, August 3, 1938.