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Letter to Jeremiah Olney, Collector, and Ray Greene, District Attorney, Providence & Warwick [R. I.]

Letter to Jeremiah Olney, Collector, and Ray Greene, District Attorney, Providence & Warwick [R. I.]

Ward, Samuel. New York. To Ray Greene

Ward, Samuel. New York. To Ray Greene

Mrs. Enus Ray yard.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Mrs. Enus Ray yard.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

My Ray

My Ray

My Ray

My Ray

My Ray

My Ray

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

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

Physics-Biology/Chemistry-Cosmic Ray

Fish of Cape Mesurado; A strange fish; The devil ray.

Raja Rubus, The Rough Ray.

Torpedo Ray.

Russell's Sting Ray, Trygon Russellii.

Spotted Eagle [Sting] Ray, Myliobatis maculatus. Penang, called Jungli.

1. Hardwick's One Finned Torpedo, Temera Hardwickii; 2. Jaws of the Chinese Ray, Rhina ancylostoma [Anchylostomus]. A. Upper, B. Lower Jaw.

212. The Spotted Ray, male, (Raina ocellata). 213. The Broad Sting Ray (Pastinaca maclura). 214. The Whip Sting Ray, female, (P. hastata). a. Egg case with its embryo.

215. The Prickly Ray, male, (Raia americana). 216. The American Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon americanus). a. View of the mouth. 217. The Cow-nose Ray ( Rhinoptera quadriloba). a. Tabular teeth of the same.

218. The Clear-nose Ray, male and female, (Raia diaphanes). 219. The Devil-fish (Cephaloptera vampirus).

244. The compressed Burbot (Lota compressa). 245. Dorsal view of the same. 246. The Hedgehog Ray, male, (Raia erinaceus). a. Dorsal view. b. Abdominal.

Ward, Samuel. New York. To Ray Greene

Hotel Del Monte from Laguna del Ray, Monterey, Calif.

My Ray

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

Birth announcements (1548/9) of children of Gui de Geneve and Catherine, sister of the baron de Ray. Ex libris of Astorga library.

Ray Brook, Adirondacks, N. Y.

State Hospital, Ray Brook, Adirondacks, N. Y.

State Hospital Letter "S", Ray Brook, Saranac Lake, N.Y.

Letter to Jeremiah Olney, Collector, and Ray Greene, District Attorney, Providence & Warwick [R. I.]

Letter to [Colonel Henry Bouquet, Ray's Town.]

Queens V. 4, Plate No. 60 [Map bounded by Ray, Fulton St., Maple Ave., Hillside Ave.]

Queens V. 4, Plate No. 63 [Map bounded by Highland Ave., Herriman Ave., Shelton Ave., Ray]

Queens V. 4, Plate No. 67 [Map bounded by Union Ave., Fulton St., Ray, Shelton Ave.]

Stock of goods in store, Ray, North Dakota

Drugstore, Ray, North Dakota

Street scene, Ray, North Dakota

Donatien Le Ray de Chaumont

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.]

Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 29; Part of Ward 4; Jamaica; Sub Plan; [Map bounded by Merrick Road, Cumberland St., Carmen PL., Highview PL., Highview Ave., South St.; Including Merrick Plank Road, Hobson St., Dewey Ave., Samuel St., Gilbert St., George St., Adolph St., Theodore St., Herbert St., Watson Ave., Baldwin Ave., Borough Lane, Rosevelt Ave.]; Sub Plan From Plate No. 18; [Map bounded by Locust Ave., Waldron St., Forman Ave., Stevens St., Stewart St.; Including Duane St., Tremont St., Rutland St., Central Ave., Leslie Ave., Gordon St., Irving Ave., Wilton Ave., Caxton Ave.]; Sub Plan From Plate No. 18; [Map bounded by Farmers Ave., Heath St., Randolph St., Wright St., Golder St., bennett St., Carmen St., Nicholas St., Pemberton St., Derby St., New York Ave., Higbie Ave.; Including Merrick Ave., Anita PL., Nadal PL., Humphry PL., Nostrand PL., Pacific St., Scutt PL., Vine St., Short St.]; Sub Plan From Plate No. 18; [Map bounded by Leslie St., Farmers Ave., Merrick Road, Arlington St., Anderson St.; Zoller St., 11th St., Ray PL., Sidway St., Stanley St.]

Mrs. Enus Ray yard.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Ward, Samuel. New York. To Ray Greene

My Ray

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

Letter to Jeremiah Olney, Collector, and Ray Greene, District Attorney, Providence & Warwick [R. I.]

Stock of goods in store, Ray, North Dakota

Drugstore, Ray, North Dakota

Street scene, Ray, North Dakota

Mrs. Enus Ray yard.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

My Ray

My Ray

My Ray

My Ray

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