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Morice, William. Court at Oxford. To Horatio Lord Townshend

Morice, William. Court at Oxford. To Horatio Lord Townshend

The Humours of Oxford [frontispiece]

Christ Church, Oxford

A south prospect of the city of Oxford

Perspective view of the City of Oxford.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

Near Oxford. Holograph MS, undated, used in Our Old Home. Signed with initials.

[Church, Oxford County, Maine.]

View of Paris Hill, Oxford County, Maine.

Royal Oxford. (Short horn Durham.)

[Church, Oxford County, Maine.]

Royal Oxford. (Short horn Durham.)

Broad and Oxford Streets, Philadelphia.

Broad and Oxford Streets, Philadelphia.

View of Paris Hill, Oxford County, Maine.

Coldwin Smith, Regius Professor of Modern History in the University of Oxford

Thomas Oxford, Adeline L. Oxford, Henry & James Oxford. Taken Aug. 1875 at Sharon.

Thomas Oxford, Adeline L. Oxford, Henry & James Oxford. Taken Aug. 1875 at Sharon.

Oxford [Township]; Oxford Village Business Notices.; Oxford Business Notices.; Pitcher [Village]

The Oxford Academy and Boarding Hall, Oxford, N.Y.; St.Paul's Church, Rectory and Chapel, Oxford, N.Y.

Oxford [Village]; Pitcher Business Notices.; Pitcher [Township]

South east view of the city of Oxford.

Queens V. 3, Plate No. 98 [Map bounded by Central Ave., Newins, Oxford, Buena Vista]

Brooklyn V. 2, Double Page Plate No. 47 [Map bounded by Vanderbilt Ave., Myrtle Ave., N.Oxford St., Flushing Ave.]

Manhattan, V. 12, Plate No. 33 [Map bounded by W. 236th St., Oxford Ave., W. 230th St., Spuyten Duyvil Parkway]

Manhattan, V. 12, Plate No. 34 [Map bounded by Oxford Ave., W. 236th St., Broadway, W. 232nd St.]

Brooklyn V. 2, Double Page Plate No. 46 [Map bounded by N. Oxford St., Myrtle Ave., Navy St., Flushing Ave.]

Mason and Dixon's line stone, near Oxford, Chester Co., Pa.

Plate 36: Vol. 3 of Maps, Page 30 [Bounded by Central Ave., Arcularius Place, Walton Ave., James St. and River Ave.]- Map No. 536: [Bounded by Stebbins Ave., Walton Ave., Findlay Pl. and Central Ave.] - Vol. 3 of Maps, Page 28: [Bounded by Inwood Ave., River Ave., James St., Cromwell Ave., Doughty St., Central Ave. and Anderson Ave.] - Map No. 514:[Bounded by Orchard St., Sylvan Ave., Oxford Pl., Grove St., 4th Ave., Belmont Pl., Grand Ave., Oxford Pl. & Central Ave.] - Vol. 4 of Maps, Page 39: [Bounded by Marcy Pl., Sheridan Ave., Arcularius Pl., Gerard Ave. & Central Ave.]

Mott's Open Lavatory, 'The Oxford'.

Bronx, V. 12, Double Page Plate No. 274 [Map bounded by Johnson Ave., Oxford Ave., W. 236th St., Broadway, W. 230th St.]

[Satin Oxford shoe, embroidered in steel beads in a floral pattern; deep red shoe with toe embroidered in gold thread; deep crimson shoe with embroidery of gold thread with white beads.]

[Imperial shoe, with lace, gold embroidery, beadwork, and knot of gold lace and tassels; Algiers slipper with covering of patterned gold; evening "Oxford" shoe.]

DINNER & ANNUAL MEETING [held by] DYKER MEADOW GOLF CLUB [at] OXFORD CLUB (OTHER (CLUB);)

Queens, Vol. 2, Part of Ward Two Corona Park; [Map bounded by Corona Ave., Mill Creek, Walker St., Oxford St., Pine St., Washington Ave.; Including Plateau St., Smith St., Orchard St., Home St., Fairview St., Longview St.]; Part of Ward Two Elmhurst; [Map bounded by Horse Brook Road, Hoffman Boulevard, Grand St., Calamus Road, Manilla St., Maurice Ave., Thomson Ave.; Including Willow Ave., Whitney Ave., OliVer PL., Shell Road, Broadway, Court St.]

Essex County, V. 3, Double Page Plate No. 20 [Map bounded by Bay St., Oxford St., Essex Ave., Woodland Ave.]

DINNER & ANNUAL MEETING [held by] DYKER MEADOW GOLF CLUB [at] OXFORD CLUB (OTHER (CLUB);)

Garbo, Christ church, Oxford, 768. [Study for a Madonna with St. Catherine and the Magdalen.]

School of Pollajuolo, [sic] Christ church, Oxford, 1948. [Man wearing drapery holding a book.]

Brooklyn, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 3; Part of Ward 20, Section 7; [Map bounded by Washington Ave., Atlantic Ave.; Including South Oxford St., De Kalb Ave.]

Exhibit number eleven. Oxford nonpareil.

Exhibit number eleven. Oxford nonpareil.

DINNER TO CHOS. F. MUPHY AND EUGENE M. TRAVIS [held by] CITIZEN'S COMPLIMENTARY DINNER [at] "OXFORD CLUB, BROOKLYN, NY" (OTHER (PIVATE CLUB);)

held by] HERTFORD COLLEGE [at] "OXFORD, ENGLAND" (OTHER (COLLEGE);)

held by] HERTFORD COLLEGE [at] "OXFORD, ENGLAND" (OTHER (COLLEGE);)

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 24; Part of Ward Two Corona Park; [Map bounded by Grand Ave., Pine St., Rapelye Ave., Washington Ave., Moore St., Central Ave., Corona Ave., Plateau St., Smith St., Orchard St., Home St., Fairview St., Longview St.; Including North Hempstead Plank Road, Vesta St., Rehan PL., Urania St., Otis Ave., Titan St., Marlowe Ave., Oxford St., Manor PL., Sothern Ave., Martense St., Junction Ave.]

DINNER TO CHOS. F. MUPHY AND EUGENE M. TRAVIS [held by] CITIZEN'S COMPLIMENTARY DINNER [at] "OXFORD CLUB, BROOKLYN, NY" (OTHER (PIVATE CLUB);)

held by] HERTFORD COLLEGE [at] "OXFORD, ENGLAND" (OTHER (COLLEGE);)

ANNUAL DINNER [held by] SHAKESPEARE AND TYNDALE SOCIETIES [at] "HERTFORD COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

held by] HERTFORD COLLEGE [at] "OXFORD, ENGLAND" (OTHER (COLLEGE);)

ANNUAL DINNER [held by] SHAKESPEARE AND TYNDALE SOCIETIES [at] "HERTFORD COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

held by] HERTFORD COLLEGE [at] "OXFORD, ENGLAND" (OTHER (COLLEGE);)

held by] HERTFORD COLLEGE [at] "OXFORD, ENGLAND" (OTHER (COLLEGE);)

ANNUAL DINNER [held by] SHAKESPEARE AND TYNDALE SOCIETIES [at] "HERTFORD COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 22; Part of Ward 4; [Map bounded by Road to Landing, Ocean Ave.; Including Freeland Ave.]; Sub Plan From Plate No. 17; [Map bounded by New York and Rockaway Beach R.R., Road to Remsens Landing; Including Crowell Ave., Oxford Ave., Conduit, Old South Road.]

ANNUAL DINNER [held by] SHAKESPEARE AND TYNDALE SOCIETIES [at] "HERTFORD COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

ANNUAL DINNER [held by] SHAKESPEARE AND TYNDALE SOCIETIES [at] "HERTFORD COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 39; Part of Ward 5; Farrockaway; [Map bounded by Park Ave., Southampton Ave., Ostend Ave., Dover Ave., Brighton Ave., Essex Ave., Norfolk Ave., Oxford Ave., Henley Ave., Suffolk Ave., Dennison Ave., Montauk Ave., Chester Ave.; Including Winthrop Ave., Orienta Ave., Pelham Ave., Monmouth Ave., Lincoln Ave., Bay Ave., Columbus Ave., Westend Ave., 10th Ave., Triton Ave., Washington Ave., Newport Ave., Bayside Drive.]

Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 41; Part of Ward 4; [Map bounded by Merrick Road, Road to Wrights Mill, Hampton Road, Darmouth Road, Cam Bridge Road, Calumet PL., Oxford Road, Gildersleeve Ave.; Including Westminster Boulevard, Ardsley PL., B Way, Private Road or Compton PL.]

ANNUAL DINNER [held by] SHAKESPEARE AND TYNDALE SOCIETIES [at] "HERTFORD COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

Erosion near Oxford, Mississippi

Erosion near Oxford, Mississippi

Erosion near Oxford, Mississippi

Erosion near Oxford, Mississippi

Erosion near Oxford, Mississippi

Erosion near Oxford, Mississippi

Erosion near Oxford, Mississippi

Erosion near Oxford, Mississippi

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