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Colfax, William. Headquarters, Orangetown. To [Colonel Richard Varick]

Colfax, William. Headquarters, Orangetown. To [Colonel Richard Varick]

Colfax, Rowles [?] etc. at Echo City Mts.

Colfax & Parts at Salt Lake City.

Long Ravine Bridge near Colfax. [Train crossing].

Colfax, Rowles [?] etc. at Echo City Mts.

Colfax, looking East. Cape Horn 4 miles, Giant's Gap 20 miles distant.

Long Ravine Bridge near Colfax. [Train crossing].

Colfax & Parts at Salt Lake City.

Colfax, looking East. Cape Horn 4 miles, Giant's Gap 20 miles distant.

Schuyler Colfax, 73 ft. in circumference.

Schuyler Colfax, 73 ft. in circumference.

Hon. Schuyler Colfax

No. 86 North Moore Street N.Y. 1865 in this house the Hon. Schuyler Colfax...was born

Central Pacific, Colfax, California.

Colfax.

Central Pacific, Colfax, California.

Colfax.

Colfax, Schuyler. To E.H. Rollins

Colfax, Schuyler. To E.H. Rollins

Richmond, Plate No. 87 [Map bounded by Mosel Ave., Richmond Rd., Colfax St., Belair Rd., Huguenot Ave.]

Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 9; Sub Plan;[Map bounded by Flushing Ave., Grand Ave., Briarwood Road; Including Alsop St., Lake St., Orchard St., Hutton PL.]; Part of Ward 4, Jamaica; [Map bounded by Terrace Ave., Ocean View Ave., Kaplan Ave., De Grau Ave., Amherst Ave., Hillside Ave., Colonial Ave., Judd Ave., Shelton Ave., Carlton Ave., Flushing Ave., Lathrop Ave., Chapin Ave., Ayling Ave., Maxwell Ave., Desmond Ave., Malden Ave., Melrose Ave., Union Park Ave., Dix Ave., Highland Ave., Clinton Ave., Park Ave., Hillcrest Ave., Bergen Ave., Hardenbrook Ave., Harriman Ave.; Including Victoria St., Clyde Ave., Alsop St., Lake St., Orchard St., Glen St., Grand St., N. Washington St., Grove St., Ray St., Fulton St.; Including Colfax PL., Delap PL., St. Charles PL.]

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