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Letter to Gen. [Jethro] Sumner, Head Quarters, Trading Ford [N. C.]

Letter to Gen. [Jethro] Sumner, Head Quarters, Trading Ford [N. C.]

Ford, Benjamin. Wilmington. To Colonel Morgan

Ford, Benjamin. Wilmington. To Colonel Morgan

Ford, Benjamin. Wilmington. To Colonel Morgan

Letter to Gen. [Jethro] Sumner, Head Quarters, Trading Ford [N. C.]

Ford, Robert T.

Ford, Patrick

Ford, Patrick

Ford, Patrick

Ford, Robert T.

Ford, Patrick

Ford, Robert T.

Autumn. Gigantic sycamores. An ox team crossing the ford. Owl Creek, Ohio.

Fry's Ford at Mine Gap.

Bull Run Ford, Fairfax County, Va.

Fry's Ford at Mine Gap.

Lower Yo-Semite Fall from the Ford, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Lower Yo-Semite Fall from the Ford, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Lower Yo-Semite Fall from the Ford, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Bull Run Ford, Fairfax County, Va.

Fry's Ford at Mine Gap.

Bull Run Ford, Fairfax County, Va.

Fry's Ford at Mine Gap.

Fry's Ford at Mine Gap.

Fry's Ford at Mine Gap.

The private box at Ford's Theatre, the place where Lincoln was assassinated.

The private box at Ford's Theatre, the place where Lincoln was assassinated.

The private box at Ford's Theatre, the place where Lincoln was assassinated.

Ruins of bridge at Germania Ford, where the troops crossed at under Gen'l Grant, May 4, 1864.

Ruins of bridge at Germania Ford, where the troops crossed at under Gen'l Grant, May 4, 1864.

Ruins of bridge at Germania Ford, where the troops crossed at under Gen'l Grant, May 4, 1864.

No departure of the miniature ship I.T. Ford for England from Baltimore.

Ford's Theatre.

Ford's Theatre.

No departure of the miniature ship I.T. Ford for England from Baltimore.

No departure of the miniature ship I.T. Ford for England from Baltimore.

Slippery Ford House. [no. 627].

Ford's Theatre.

Slippery Ford House. [no. 627].

Medical Museum, formerly Ford's Theatre.

Medical Museum, formerly Ford's Theatre.

Slippery Ford House. [no. 627].

Medical Museum, formerly Ford's Theatre.

Ford, Robert T.

Ford Street bridge, Hartford, Conn.

Ford Street bridge, Hartford, Conn.

Ford Street bridge, Hartford, Conn.

Queens V. 3, Plate No. 97 [Map bounded by Edsall Ave., Agnes Pl., Myrtle Ave., Ford Ave.]

Queens V. 3, Plate No. 95 [Map bounded by Ford, Copeland Ave., Willow Pl., Proctor, Edsall Ave.]

Queens V. 3, Plate No. 96 [Map bounded by Ford Ave., Myrtle Ave., Proctor, Willow Pl., Copeland Ave.]

Ford, Patrick

Rochester, Double Page Plate No. 8 [Map bounded by Troup St., S. Ford St., Olean St., Frost Ave., Genesee St.]

Rochester, Double Page Plate No. 7 [Map bounded by Troup St., South Ave., Hamilton Ave., Olean St., Ford St.]

Rochester, Double Page Plate No. 9 [Map bounded by Camprell St., N. Ford St., S. Ford St., Favor St., Troup St., Taylor St., Whitney St.]

Rochester, Double Page Plate No. 1 [Map bounded by Platt St., Jones St., Frank St., Genesee River, Main St., West Ave., N. Ford St., Oak St.]

Plate 27: [Bounded by Avenue U, Gerritsen Avenue, Avenue U, Marsh Street, Avenue V, E. 35th Street, Avenue W, Ryder Street, Avenue X, Gerritsen Avenue, Avenue W, Knapp Street, Avenue V, Bragg Street, Emmons Avenue, Ford Street, Voorhies Avenue, Batchelder Street, Avenue Z, Jerome Avenue, Ocean Avenue, Avenue Y and E. 12th Street.]

Double Page Plate No. 2: Bounded by Montgomery Street, Utica Avenue, Crown Street, Ford Street, East New York Avenue, Howard Avenue, Clarkson Avenue, Remsen Avenue, E. 56th Street, Clarkson Avenue, East 45th Street, East New York Avenue, Troy Avenue, Malbone Street and Schnectady Avenue.

Double Page Plate No. 17: [Bounded by Avenue T, Kimball St., Avenue V, Ryder St., Avenue X, Gerritsen St., Avenue W, Knapp St., (Coney Island Jockey Club) Avenue V, Haring St., Avenue U and Ford St.]

Double Page Plate No. 18: [Bounded by Avenue Q, E. 36th St., Avenue T, Ford St., Avenue U, Haring St., Avenue V and E. 29th St.; Sub Plan bounded by Avenue P, E. 36th St., Avenue Q, Burnett St. and Nostrand Ave]

Ford's Old Theatre, where Lincoln was assassinated, Washington, D. C.

Bronx, V. 14, Plate No. 19 [Map bounded by Ford St., Park Ave., E. 180th St., Valentine Ave.]

Brooklyn, Vol. 7, Double Page Plate No. 39; Part of Ward 31, Section 22; [Map bounded by Ford St., Sheepshead Bay, E. 25th St.; Including Jerome Ave., Voorhies Lane, Avenue Y]

Brooklyn, Vol. 7, Double Page Plate No. 43; Part of Ward 31, Section 22; [Map bounded by Shell Bank Creek, Hog Point Creek; Including Sheepshead Bay, Ford St., Avenue Y]; Sub Plan; [Map bounded by Cerritsens Creek, Sheepshead Bay, Broad Creek, Voorhies Ave., Avenue Z; Including Avenue Y, Avenue X, Bragg Ave., Avenue W, Gerritsen Ave.]

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 39; Part of Ward Two Middle Village; [Map bounded by Juniper Swamp Road, Furmanville Road, Dry Harbor Road, Washington Ave., Cooper Ave., Haverramp St., Ford Ave.; Including Fulton Ave., St. Main Ave., Cook St., Proctor St., Metropolitan Ave., Juniper Ave.]

Ford Building, Detroit, Mich.

Morris County, Double Page Plate No. 16 [Map bounded by Washington Place, Ford St., South St., Park Pl., Washington St., Atno Ave., Harrison St., Hone Ave., Hillairy Ave.]

Morris County, Double Page Plate No. 13 [Map bounded by Whippany River, South St., Ford Ave., Morris Ave.]

Maison Daguerre-Scene I-Violet Ray (Inez Ford)

Maison Daguerre-Scene I-Violet Ray (Inez Ford)

Maison Daguerre-Scene I-Violet Ray (Inez Ford)

Road sign. Ford Nat'l advertising campaign. A note on social trends.

Road sign. Ford Nat'l advertising campaign. A note on social trends.

Mother and father and several children of a family of nine living in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Mother and father and several children of a family of nine living in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Mother and father and several children of a family of nine living in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Illiterate father of seven children living with his family (9 of them) in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford truck chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Mother and father and several children of a family of nine living in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Illiterate father of seven children living with his family (9 of them) in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford truck chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Illiterate father of seven children living with his family (9 of them) in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford truck chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Mother and father and several children of a family of nine living in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Mother and father and several children of a family of nine living in open field in rough board covering built on old Ford chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Bruceton and Camden, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near highway.

Road sign. Ford Nat'l advertising campaign. A note on social trends

[Port Richmond] Staff member's Pontiac convertible, Reader's Ford, Mr. Krant, news dealer on sidewalk

Austin or Patrick Ford?

Washington's headquarters, Morristown, present residence of Hon. Judge Ford.

The Ford mansion.

Ford.

View of the Sweeds Ford near Norristown.

Old Stanton cottage; 99th Street and Shore Road, Ford Hamilton, N.Y. 1896 or 1897?

Austin or Patrick Ford?

Patrick Ford.

Ford, Benjamin. Wilmington. To Colonel Morgan

Letter to Gen. [Jethro] Sumner, Head Quarters, Trading Ford [N. C.]

Fry's Ford at Mine Gap.

Fry's Ford at Mine Gap.

Lower Yo-Semite Fall from the Ford, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Bull Run Ford, Fairfax County, Va.

The private box at Ford's Theatre, the place where Lincoln was assassinated.

Ruins of bridge at Germania Ford, where the troops crossed at under Gen'l Grant, May 4, 1864.

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