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Map Showing Selection by the Choctaw, Coal, and Railway Company of a Strip of Land of Two Hundred in Width with a Length of Three Thousand Feet in Addition to Right of Way for Station[2 copies]
K. and A. V. Railway, Portional Alighnment Through Fort Gibson[2 copies]
Plat Showing Station Grounds Required by the Chicago, Rock-Island and Pacific Railway in the N.E. 1/4, N. W, 1/4  and S.W. 1/4, Section 34, TP. 6N., R 7W. In Indian Territory[2 copies]
Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway, Welch, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory [2 copies]
Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway, Vinita, Cherokee Nation [2 copies]
Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway, Blue Jacket, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory [2 copies]
Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway, Pryor Creek, Cherokee Nation [2 copies]
Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway, Adiar, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory [2 copies]
Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway, Gibson, Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Section 12, Township 16 North- Range 18 East [2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Albia Station, 4th Reservation, Not Approved[3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Afton Station, 3rd Reservation, Approved [3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Ogeechee Fromerly Prairie City, Rossvile Station, 1st Reservation, Not Approved[2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Goodland Station, 24th Reservation[2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Cedars Station, 1st Reservation[2 copies]
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad, Bristow, Indian Territory, Station Grounds, S.E. 1/4 Sec. 30, Township 16 N, Range 9 E [4 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Talihina Station,12th Reservation[2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Stanley Station, 17th Reservation[2 copies)
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oseuma Station, 2nd Reservation, Not Approved[ 3 Copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Antlers Station, 22nd Reservation [2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Tuskahoma Station, 15th Reservation[2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Tulsa Station, 1st Reserve, Not approved[2 copies]
Depot Reservation in the Indian Territory, Durant Station, 34th Reservation, Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway Company[2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Stock Yards 1 1/2 miles west of Red Fork, 3rd Reservation, Not approved [2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Bengal Station, 10th Reservation [3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Taneha Station, 4th Reservation, Not Approved[3 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Grant Station, 25th Reservation[2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Cavanal Station, 5th Reservation[2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Mingo Station, 14th Reservation, Not Approved[2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Verdigris Station, 12th Reservation, Not Approved [3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Tulsa Station, 1st Reserve, Approved[2 copies]
Depot Reserve in Indian Territory, Adair Station, 7th Reservation, Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway Company[2 copies]
Survey Map of the Town of Henryetta, Creek Nation, Indian Territory [3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Sapulpa Station, 5th Reservation, Not Approved[2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Kiamicih Station, 14th Reservation[ 2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Dawson Station, Fromerly Coal Bank, 15th Reservation, Approved, [4 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Vinita Station, 5th Reservation, Approved [3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in Cherokee Nation, Indian Terriotry,Claremore Station, 11th Reservation, Approved[ 2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Compton Station, 11th Reservation[2 copies]
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, From Station 2230 to Station 2270, Caston Station[2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Davenport Station, 21st Reservation[2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Fairland Station, 1stA Reservation, Approved[2 copies]
Map of the Shawnee, Oklahoma, and Missouri Coal and Railway Company's Railway, Indian Territory[2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Jenson Station , 2nd Reservation[2 copies]
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, From Station 4010 to Station 4050,Albion Station[3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Bushyhead Station, 9th Reservation, Not Approved[3 Copies]
Survey Map of the Town of Winchell, Creek Nation , Indian Territory [3 copies]
Plat Showing Right of Way Necessary for Depot and Station Grounds at Sugden, Indian Territory, Arkansas and Choctaw Railway[3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Sequoyah Station, 10th reservation, Not approved [3 copies]
Survey Map of the Town of Foster, Creek Nation, Indian Territory( 2 copies)
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Stock Yards 2 miles East of Tulsa, 16th Reservation, Not Approved[3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Cherokee Nation of Indian Territory, Catoosa Station, 13th Reservation, Approved [3 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Sapulpa Station, 5th Reservation, Approved[2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Wadena( Fromerly Lapita) Station,19th Reservation [2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Leflore Station, 9th Reservation [2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Kosoma Station, 20th Reservation [2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Cameron Station, 3rd Reservation[ 2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Hamden Station, 23rd Reservation[2 copies]
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, From Station 5700 to Station 5740, Butler Station[2 copies]
Map Showing Station Reservation of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Fromerly the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad at Sapulpa, Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Not Approved[2 copies]
Muskogee and Western Railroad map of Definite Location, 2nd Section from Station 379+06.5 to Station 1155+50 [2 copies]
St Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Clayton Station, 16th Reservation[2 copies]
Survey Map of the Town of Wetumka, Creek Nation, Indian Territory[2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, White Oak Station, 6th Reservation, Not Approved[ 2 copies]
Plat Showing Additional Right of Way Necessary for Depot and Station Grounds in Section 27 and 28- Indian Territory, Arkansas and Choctaw Railway [3 copies]
Definite Location of the Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Through Corish, Indian Territory[3 copies]
Survey Map of the Town of Alabama, Creek Nation, Indian Territory(2 copies)
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway, Depot Reserve in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, From Station 2585 to Station 2625, Folsom Station[2 copies]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Depot Reserve in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Catale Station, 7th Reservation, Not Approved [2 copies]
Amended Map of Definite Location, Ozark Cherokee Central Railway Company Fractional Fourth Section, From Station 1164+60 to Station 65+78[ 2 copies]
Map of the Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway Showing the Line Between Big Greenleaf and Boudinot Creeks[2 copies]
Survey of the Town of Porter in Creek Nation Along the Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad[3 copies]
Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma Railroad, Location Map, From a Point 3075 Feet South  of the Kansas-Indian Territory Line and 1102 Feet West of R. 15 and 16E to a Point 19 94/100 miles South Westerly in the N.E. 1/4  of Sec. 15-27-13 E. of the I.M[2copies]
Western Oklahoma Railroad, Fillings at Haileyville, Indian Territory, Labeled Plan to File Under W. O. R. R. Abandoned Fractional Map No. 9 [2 copies]
Plat of Amended Right of Way and Station Grounds of the Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company at Durant, Indian Territory[ 2 copies]
Original and Two Copies of Rail line through Fairland with Calculations
Plat of Amended Station Grounds of the Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe Railway Company at Purcell, Indian Territory[2 copies]
Additional Station Grounds, St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railway at Sapulpa, Indian Territory, Section 35, Township 18North Range 11East in Creek Nation[2 copies]
The Prairie Oil and Gas Company, Exhibit A, T. 26N., R. 14E. [2 copies]
American Library Association - O through R - A section of a mess hall used as a recreation center by recruits who are not far enough advancedin training to join regular organizations. In this collection are then copies of Plattsburg Manual and such books as will appeal to recruits especially. Camp Doniphan

American Library Association - O through R - A section of a mess hall ...

Photographer: American Library Association American Library Association - O through R

American Library Association - Library Personnel - Miss Muriel Wright of the American Library Association in charge of the Washington Campaign for magazines, sending copies of the magazine "Marine" by seaplane to the Marines at Quantico, VA., May 6, 1919. Capt. Page, Pilot

American Library Association - Library Personnel - Miss Muriel Wright ...

Date Taken: 5/6/1919 Photographer: American Library Association American Library Association - Library Personnel

Photograph of during Ceremonies at the National Archives, Archivist Wayne Grover Presenting the Ambassador Visutr Arthayukti with a Bound Volume of Copies of Letters between President Abraham Lincoln and the King of Siam

Photograph of during Ceremonies at the National Archives, Archivist Wa...

Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Printing of Subsequent Copies

Printing of Subsequent Copies

1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver William J. Stone in 1823

Printing of Subsequent Copies, Washington, D.C

Printing of Subsequent Copies, Washington, D.C

Original caption: Virginia Harris – Bureau of Engraving and Printing Printer’s Assistant. Printing of subsequent copies. 1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver W... More

Printing of Subsequent Copies, Washington, D.C

Printing of Subsequent Copies, Washington, D.C

Original caption: Left to Right, Unidentified woman, Virginia Harris – Bureau of Engraving and Printing Printer’s Assistant James L. Gear – NARS, Mr. George Alces – Bureau of Engraving and Printing Foreman, Mr.... More

Printing of Subsequent Copies

Printing of Subsequent Copies

1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver William J. Stone in 1823

Printing of Subsequent Copies

Printing of Subsequent Copies

1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver William J. Stone in 1823

Printing of Subsequent Copies

Printing of Subsequent Copies

1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver William J. Stone in 1823

Printing of Subsequent Copies

Printing of Subsequent Copies

1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver William J. Stone in 1823

Press Used for Printing the Copies

Press Used for Printing the Copies

1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver William J. Stone in 1823

Printing of Subsequent Copies

Printing of Subsequent Copies

1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver William J. Stone in 1823

Printing of Subsequent Copies

Printing of Subsequent Copies

1976 Printing of the Declaration of Independence from the Copperplate made by Engraver William J. Stone in 1823

A female U.S. Army audiovisual technician copies a photograph

A female U.S. Army audiovisual technician copies a photograph

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

DR ROBERT SIEGEL AT HIS DESK WITH COPIES OF THE BOOK HE WROTE

DR ROBERT SIEGEL AT HIS DESK WITH COPIES OF THE BOOK HE WROTE

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 9/3/1980 Photographer: DANIEL LAITY Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

DR ROBERT SIEGEL AT HIS DESK WITH COPIES OF THE BOOK HE WROTE

DR ROBERT SIEGEL AT HIS DESK WITH COPIES OF THE BOOK HE WROTE

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 9/3/1980 Photographer: DANIEL LAITY Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

SENIOR AIRMAN Reginald Parker copies personnel records on the office camera at the Micrographics Systems Branch of the Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center. The Micrographics Systems Branch uses a microfiche system to maintain the personnel records of all active-duty officers and enlisted members of the Air Force

SENIOR AIRMAN Reginald Parker copies personnel records on the office c...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Randolph Air Force Base State: Texas (TX) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Bill Thompson Release Status: Rele... More

AIRMAN 1ST Class Andy Anderson makes copies of master microfiche at the Micrographics Systems Branch of the Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center. The Micrographics Systems Branch uses a microfiche system to maintain the personnel records of all active-duty officers and enlisted members of the Air Force

AIRMAN 1ST Class Andy Anderson makes copies of master microfiche at th...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Randolph Air Force Base State: Texas (TX) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Bill Thompson Release Status: Rele... More

AIRMAN (AMN) Sean O'Donahue, a member of the 70th Tactical Fighter Squadron, copies down codes from incoming aircraft on a status board

AIRMAN (AMN) Sean O'Donahue, a member of the 70th Tactical Fighter Squ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Moody Air Force Base State: Georgia (GA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Thomas A. Rolleri Release Status: Re... More

Froylan Arao, a civilian member of the 1961st Communications Group, copies Morse Code at a teletype machine at the weather intercept facility.  The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McCleland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Froylan Arao, a civilian member of the 1961st Communications Group, co...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Clark Air Base State: Luzon Country: Philippines (PHL) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Daniel C. Perez Release Status: Released to Public Combined M... More

Data transcriber Kathy L. Warfield copies original documents to microfiche at the Air Force Accounting and Finance Center

Data transcriber Kathy L. Warfield copies original documents to microf...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Lowry Air Force Base State: Colorado (CO) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Jose Lopez, USAF Release Status: R... More

Joint Chiefs of STAFF Chairman Admiral (ADM) William Crowe, shakes hands with the CHIEF of the Soviet General STAFF General M.A. Moiseyev as they exchange copies of the Prevention of Dangerous Military Activities Agreement

Joint Chiefs of STAFF Chairman Admiral (ADM) William Crowe, shakes han...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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