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Bergen County, V. 2, Double Page Plate No. 35 [Map of Midland TWP., Maywood Heights, Etna, N.Y. and N.J. Investment Co., H.J. Martinot, William Simpson, Rochelle Terrace, River Edge Park, River Edge Heights, United States Land and Home Co., Salter, Verrinder Rochelle Park, S.E. Wood Midland TWP., Rochelle Park Land Co., Oradell Heights]
Wallace Simpson; Employee U.S. Navy.
Letter to George Simpson [Philadelphia]
Elmer, Jonathan. Bridgetown. To George Simpson
Willing, Thomas. Philadelphia. To George Simpson
Young American of Philadelphia, Y.A.. Yarnell, Riddle, Williams, Borie, Christy, Hart, Simpson, Davis, Boilleau, Montgomery, Cake
DINNER] FOR THE OPENING OF SIMPSON TIMBER DRY DOCK [held by] (SIMPSON TIMBER) [at] "(U.S.NAVY YARD), BROOKLYN, NEW YORK"
Putnam, Rufus. To George Simpson, Cashier of Bank of U.S
Letter to [George Simpson, cashier of the Bank of the United States, Philadelphia.]
Grant, Ulysses Simpson. Washington, D.C. To Cadet F.H. Grant
[Ulysses Simpson] Grant.
Letter to George Simpson
Letter to George Simpson [Cashier of the Bank of the United States, Philadelphia]
Letter to George Simpson [Cashier of the Bank of the United States, Philadelphia]
[An exhibit of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. merchandise at a fair.]
[Edmund Simpson, manager of the Park Theatre.]
John Wesley Jarvis - Edmund Simpson.
Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 1; Part of ward Four, Jamaica; [Map bounded by Borough of Brooklyn, Forest Park, Lott Ave., Vanerveer Ave., Leggett Ave., Road to Forest Park, Hill Side Ave., Benedic Ave., Dennington Ave., Ocean View Ave., Woodland Ave., Columbia Ave., Manor Ave., Willard Ave., Brooklyn and Jamaica Plank Road, Woodheaven Ave., Flushing Ave., Morris Ave., Atlantic Ave., Ridgewood Ave., Shaw Ave., Snedeker Ave., Johnson Ave., Center Ave., Drew Ave., Elderts Lane, Rockaway Plank Road, Fulton Ave.; Including Simpson St., Stanley St., Shipley St., Windom St., Howard St., Ashland St., Casco Ave., Ferriss St., Ferry St., Brandon St., Elmwood St., Elm St., Russel St., Forman St., Sterling St., Sliydam St., 1st St., 2nd St., 3rd St., 4th St., 5th St., 6th St., 7th St., 8th St., Lewis St., Grand St., John St.; Including Summit PL., Charles PL., Ruth PL., Emma PL., Roswell PL., Ditmas PL., Avondale PL., Pakland PL., Vanderveer PL., W PL>gt;gt;, I PL., Haven PL., Thrall PL., Agate PL., Crystal PL., Park PL., Melville PL., Graves PL., Clinton PL., Ptkin Pl.]
Simpson's In-The-Strand
Approach to Amphitheatre from Simpson Avenue.
View on Simpson Avenue, Chautauqua, N.Y.
Elmer, Jonathan. Bridgetown. To George Simpson
Willing, Thomas. Philadelphia. To George Simpson
DINNER] FOR THE OPENING OF SIMPSON TIMBER DRY DOCK [held by] (SIMPSON TIMBER) [at] "(U.S.NAVY YARD), BROOKLYN, NEW YORK"
Putnam, Rufus. To George Simpson, Cashier of Bank of U.S
Grant, Ulysses Simpson. Washington, D.C. To Cadet F.H. Grant
[An exhibit of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. merchandise at a fair.]
Simpson's In-The-Strand
View on Simpson Avenue, Chautauqua, N.Y.
Approach to Amphitheatre from Simpson Avenue.
DINNER] FOR THE OPENING OF SIMPSON TIMBER DRY DOCK [held by] (SIMPSON TIMBER) [at] "(U.S.NAVY YARD), BROOKLYN, NEW YORK"
Simpson's In-The-Strand
DINNER] FOR THE OPENING OF SIMPSON TIMBER DRY DOCK [held by] (SIMPSON TIMBER) [at] "(U.S.NAVY YARD), BROOKLYN, NEW YORK"
Simpson's-in-the-Strand Grand Divan Tavern
Simpson's-in-the-Strand Grand Divan Tavern
Simpson's-in-the-Strand Grand Divan Tavern
Elmer, Jonathan. Bridgetown. To George Simpson
Willing, Thomas. Philadelphia. To George Simpson
DINNER] FOR THE OPENING OF SIMPSON TIMBER DRY DOCK [held by] (SIMPSON TIMBER) [at] "(U.S.NAVY YARD), BROOKLYN, NEW YORK"
Putnam, Rufus. To George Simpson, Cashier of Bank of U.S
Grant, Ulysses Simpson. Washington, D.C. To Cadet F.H. Grant
Letter to George Simpson, Cashier of the Bank of the United States [Philadelphia]
Interior View of T. F. Woodward's Boot & Shoe store. 74 Main St. …. Batavia …. New York. Ladies ask for Cook & Lounsbury's fine shoes, they are the best shoes sold for the money. ; Interior View of J. C. Barnes & Co's store. 96 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. Merchant Tailors, dealers in Youths Boys and Children's clothing & Gents Furnishing goods. Batavia, N.Y. ; Flavoring extracts and essences of my own manufacture } G. G. Elmore, Wholesale and Retail Druggist. School, Blank, Books and Stationery. Orders filled with care at lowest prices. 92 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. { Elmore condition power for Horses, and Cattle, warranted to give satisfaction. ; Interior View of J. A. Clark's Jewelry store, No. 90 Main St. Batavia, N.Y. Established in 1834. ; Interior View of Southworth & Simpson's Foreigh & Domestic Dry Goods store. No. 101 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. ; Interior View of C. Houghton's Dental Parlors, over 98 Main St., Batavia, New York.
Simpson's Rest, Trinidad, Colo.
Queens V. 3, Plate No. 119 [Map bounded by Hoffman Blvd., Hillside, Simpson St., Barnum Ave.]
An exhibit of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. merchandise at a fair.
M. Simpson, one of the bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Simpson's-in-the-Strand Grand Divan Tavern
Simpson's In-The-Strand
View on Simpson Avenue, Chautauqua, N.Y.
Approach to Amphitheatre from Simpson Avenue.
Elmer, Jonathan. Bridgetown. To George Simpson
Willing, Thomas. Philadelphia. To George Simpson
DINNER] FOR THE OPENING OF SIMPSON TIMBER DRY DOCK [held by] (SIMPSON TIMBER) [at] "(U.S.NAVY YARD), BROOKLYN, NEW YORK"
Putnam, Rufus. To George Simpson, Cashier of Bank of U.S
Grant, Ulysses Simpson. Washington, D.C. To Cadet F.H. Grant
An exhibit of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. merchandise at a fair.
Simpson's-in-the-Strand Grand Divan Tavern
Simpson's In-The-Strand
View on Simpson Avenue, Chautauqua, N.Y.
Approach to Amphitheatre from Simpson Avenue.
DINNER] FOR THE OPENING OF SIMPSON TIMBER DRY DOCK [held by] (SIMPSON TIMBER) [at] "(U.S.NAVY YARD), BROOKLYN, NEW YORK"
Simpson's-in-the-Strand Grand Divan Tavern
Simpson's In-The-Strand
DINNER] FOR THE OPENING OF SIMPSON TIMBER DRY DOCK [held by] (SIMPSON TIMBER) [at] "(U.S.NAVY YARD), BROOKLYN, NEW YORK"