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Rufus Putnam

William Rufus King, Vice President of the United States.

Putnam, Rufus. To George Simpson, Cashier of Bank of U.S

Putnam, Rufus. To George Simpson, Cashier of Bank of U.S

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

King, Rufus

Ranney, Rufus W.

King, Rufus

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

Ranney, Rufus W.

King, Rufus. Washington. To Mr. Giles

King, Rufus. Washington. To Mr. Giles

King, Rufus. Washington. To Mr. Giles

King, Rufus. Washington. To Mr. Giles

King, Rufus. Jamaica, Long Island. To John Vaughan

King, Rufus. Jamaica, Long Island. To John Vaughan

1. Almorah Woodpecker, Picus dimidiatus; 2. Rufus Indian Woodpecker, Picus rufus.

82. The Brown Thrush (Orpheus rufus). 83. The American Robin (Merula migratoria).

7. The Ruddy Bass (Labrax rufus). 8. The Black Fresh-water Bass (Centrarchus fascatus). 9. The Two-spined Stickleback (Gasterosteus biaculeatus).

1. The Bay Lynx of Wild Cat (Lyncus rufus). 2. The Northern Lynx (Lyncus borealis).

Griswold, Rufus W., ALS to. Jul. 2, 1843.

Griswold, Rufus W., ALS to. Jul. 2, 1843.

Griswold, Rufus W., ALS to. Jul. 2, 1843.

Griswold, Rufus W., ALS to. Jul. 2, 1843.

Griswold, Rufus W., ALS to. Jul. 2, 1843.

Mrs. Rufus Home, Franklin, N.H.

Mrs. Rufus Home, Franklin, N.H.

Enneoctonus rufus. Woodchat.

Peckham, Rufus W. Jr.

Peckham, Rufus W. Jr.

Peckham, Rufus W. Jr.

Peckham, Rufus W. Jr.

Peckham, Rufus W. Jr.

Peckham, Rufus W. Jr.

Landing of the Villard and Rufus Hatch party at Bismarck, D.T. [Dakota Territory], Sept. 5/83.

Landing of the Villard and Rufus Hatch party at Bismarck, D.T. [Dakota Territory], Sept. 5/83.

Rufus King.

Rufus King.

Whistling Rufus

Whistling Rufus

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band

Whistling Rufus

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band

Whistling Rufus

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band

Rufus L. Perry.

[Rufus King.]

Rufus King

Rufus Putnam.

Rufus King Esq-r.

[Rufus King]

Rufus King

Mrs. Rufus King, (Mary Alsop).

Rufus King.

Rufus King, Esq.

Rufus King's afterwards J.J. Astor's residence, Broadway near Vesey St.

Rufus King.

Rufus W. Griswold.

Rufus King.

Mrs. Rufus King (Mary Alsop)

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