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[Kenneth Alexander Howard, 1st Earl of Effingham.]

Howard, Col. To General Morgan

Howard, Col. To General Morgan

Howard, Col. To General Morgan

J.E. Howard

John Eager Howard

Howard, Col. To General Morgan

Howard, Abraham

Howard, Abraham

Williams, Otho Holland. Baltimore. To Governor Howard

Williams, Otho Holland. Baltimore. To Governor Howard

Carroll, Charles of Carrollton. Annapolis. To C. Howard

Carroll, Charles of Carrollton. Annapolis. To C. Howard

Admiral Howard, Earl of Effingham.

Howard, J.E. Philadelphia. To George Grundy

Howard, J.E. Philadelphia. To George Grundy

Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel.

View of Broadway, N.Y. between Howard & Grand Streets, 1840

John Eager Howard.

[Gilman, Mrs. Caroline Howard], AL to. Dec. 27, 1838.

[Gilman, Mrs. Caroline Howard], AL to. Dec. 27, 1838.

Carlisle, Earl of [Howard, George William Frederick] Grosvernor Place

Carlisle, Earl of [Howard, George William Frederick] Grosvernor Place

John Eager Howard.

Culver City Row. Howard Street, Baltimore.

Howard House, Bethlehem, N.H.

Samuel Howard's [residence], Randolph, Vt.

Flowers in Howard cemetery, New Orleans, La.

Howard House.

Bust of John Howard Payne.

Howard University, Washington, D.C.

Howard House.

Howard House.

View at Howard's siding.

Howard University, Washington, D.C.

Howard House, Bethlehem, N.H.

Howard's Livery Stable.

Howard House, Bethlehem, N.H.

Howard House.

Flowers in Howard cemetery, New Orleans, La.

Howard House.

Howard House.

Culver City Row. Howard Street, Baltimore.

Bust of John Howard Payne.

View at Howard's siding.

Samuel Howard's [residence], Randolph, Vt.

Howard's Livery Stable.

Howard House, Bethlehem, N.H.

Looking down Broadway, from above Howard Street.

Looking down Broadway, from above Howard Street.

Howard ambulance, front and side view, on city street.

Howard ambulance, rear view, tailgate down, with litters, water tank with spigot underneath. Background masked.

View of the N.Y. State Soldier's Depot, 50 & 52 Howard St.; Soldier's Depot, Hospital (4th floor)

Howard ambulance, side view, wooden box (for limb support) on ground. Background masked.

Howard ambulance, rear view, tailgate partially lowered, rollers that support cushioned litters are visible. Background masked.

Howard ambulance parked in front of warehouse, front view, another ambulance behind it.

Howard ambulance, rear and side view, tailgate up, on city street.

Howard ambulance, front and side view, interior view of opened wooden box (for limb support) on ground. Background masked.

Plan of Brookside Cemetery, Watertown, N.Y. Howard Daniels, Engieer. Completed 1864, George R. Parsons, Engineer.

Howard University.

Howard University.

Thompson, Alfred. [Application of Eliza Mercer of Howard County, Maryland, for compensation for the war service of her slave, Alfred Thompson, an enlistee in the 39th Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops, Company D., 1865.]

Howard Street, between Second and Third Sts.

Howard Street, between Second and Third Sts.

Howard University.

Portrait of three Chinese students at Howard University: Leon Assing, Fong Affoo, and Choy Awah

Manuscript map of corner of Crosby Street and Howard Street in Manhattan, New York

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Potter, Howard

Howard [Township]

Jasper [Village]; Jasper Business Notices. ; Towlesville Business Notices. ; Towlesville [Village]; Howard [Village]; Almond [Village]; Howard Business Notices.

Vol. 1. Plate, K. [Map bound by Decatur St., Saratoga Ave., Herkimer St., Howard Ave., Atlantic Ave., Buffalo Ave., Patchen Ave.; Including Bainbridge St., Chauncey St., Marion St., Sumpter St., Mc Dougall St., Fulton St., Hull St., Herkimer St., Ralph Ave., Kane Pl., Columbus Pl., Prescott Pl., Bancroft Pl., Howard Ave.]

Vol. 1. Plate, S. [Map bound by Prospect Pl., Hopkinson Ave., City Line, Buffalo Ave.; Including Ralph Ave., Howard Ave., Saratoga Ave., Park Pl., Butler St., Douglass St., Degraw St., Eastern Parkway, Union St.]

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