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Jim Crow

American River, from the C.P.R.R. around Cape Horn. Bridge and road to Yankee Jim's, Placer Co.

American River, from the C.P.R.R. around Cape Horn. Bridge and road to Yankee Jim's, Placer Co.

From the rocks at Allegrippus west, and That Boy Jim, the Rattle-snake Killer.

From the rocks at Allegrippus west, and That Boy Jim, the Rattle-snake Killer.

American River, from the Central Pacific R.R. around Cape Horn. Bridge and road to Yankee Jim's, Placer County.

American River, from the Central Pacific R.R. around Cape Horn. Bridge and road to Yankee Jim's, Placer County.

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Little Jim

Little Jim

Little Jim

Little Jim

Little Jim

Little Jim

Little Jim

Little Jim

Old Jim's Christmas Hymn

Jim Jam

Old Jim's Christmas Hymn

Lucky Jim

Old Jim's Christmas Hymn

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Jim and Tim

Lucky Jim

Old Jim's Christmas Hymn

Lucky Jim

Old Jim's Christmas Hymn

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Jim Jam

Jim Jam

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Jim and Tim

Old Jim's Christmas Hymn

Lucky Jim

Jim Jam

Old Jim's Christmas Hymn

Jim and Tim

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Jim Jam

Lucky Jim

Lucky Jim

Old Jim's Christmas Hymn

Jim Jam

Lucky Jim

Jim and Tim

Jim and Tim

Jim and Tim

Lucky Jim

Hepzibah's Shop in the House of the Seven Gables, Salem, Mass., gingerbread elephants and Jim Crows on sale now, as described in the story.

Sunny Jim

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

[Pelham Bay, "Yankee Fans! Come and see Jim Spencer at Pelham Bay Library, Wednesday, September 5, 1979. Admission free! All invited!".]

Jim Spencer at Pelham Bay

Jim Fogarty

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Whitney, Boston Beaneaters

Jim Whitney, Boston Beaneaters

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Devlin

Jim Devlin

Jim Patterson.

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