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Mail Shirt
Mail Shirt

Mail Shirt

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Brayette
Brayette
Brayette
Brayette
Brayette
Mail Shirt
Mail Shirt
Shirt of Mail

Shirt of Mail

This European Shirt of Mail is a short sleeved shirt of mail, of iron links, formed of fairly small riveted rings throughout; the shirt is open down the front for its entire length; at the back is a slit from t... more

Shirt of Mail

Shirt of Mail

This Shirt of Mail is a short sleeve Shirt of Oriental Mail; of flat iron riveted ring construction, with a vertical slit in the center of the chest region.

Mail Shirt
A Man Seen from the Back Leaning on a Croquet Mallet (Le Jouer de mail)

A Man Seen from the Back Leaning on a Croquet Mallet (Le Jouer de mail...

Abraham Bosse (French, Tours 1602/1604–1676 Paris)

Thomas Jefferson, 1780, Instructions for Serving at Mail Station under William Galvan

Thomas Jefferson, 1780, Instructions for Serving at Mail Station under...

Instructions for Serving at Mail Station under William Galvan

The mail dilly. For the accomodation of the public

The mail dilly. For the accomodation of the public

Over-dressed woman in gaudy attire. Forms part of : British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Congress). This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Post Office, 1791, Mail Carrier Contracts
Post Office, July 20, 1806, Schedule of Mail Deliveries from Washington, D.C. to New Orleans

Post Office, July 20, 1806, Schedule of Mail Deliveries from Washingto...

Schedule of Mail Deliveries from Washington, D.C. to New Orleans

Mail Shirt
Transportation of the mail on the Sabbath. In the Senate of the United States, January 19, 1829 ... Mr. Johnson of Kentucky made the following report .... [Frankfort? Ky., 1829].

Transportation of the mail on the Sabbath. In the Senate of the United...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 21, Folder 64.

New method of assorting the mail, as practised by Southern slave-holders, or attack on the Post Office, Charleston, S.C.

New method of assorting the mail, as practised by Southern slave-holde...

A portrayal of the nocturnal raid on the Charleston post office by a mob of citizens and the burning of abolitionist mails found there in July 1835. Mail sacks are handed through a forced window of the ransack... more

Great Southern mail route from New York to N. Orleans! Through in 71/2 days. Via Washington City and Richmond, and the Chesapeake Bay and James River lines, to Charleston, Augusta, and Atlanta, Geo. Notasulga and Montgomery, Ala ... W. B. Wiley,

Great Southern mail route from New York to N. Orleans! Through in 71/2...

Transportation. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 30, Folder 30.

To Southern travellers! Spring, Summer and Fall arrangement of the great southern mail line! Via Washington City, S. C. Direct to New Orleans ... Stockton & Falls. E. F. Krebs, Agent. Baltimore, July, 1847. Murphy Print, 178 Market Street, Balti

To Southern travellers! Spring, Summer and Fall arrangement of the gre...

Transportation. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 30, Folder 27a.

Summer arrangement! Daily line to the South carrying the great central U. S. Mail to Norfolk, Portsmouth and lower parts of Virginia & North Carolina. Schedule. Leaving Spear's wharf, Baltimore daily, (except Sundays,) at 4 o'clock, B. M. ... T.

Summer arrangement! Daily line to the South carrying the great central...

Transportation. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 30, Folder 27.