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Arthur Ware
Arthur Ware
Arthur Ware 
 
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Arthur Ware Family
Arthur Ware Family
Arthur Ware Family 
 
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Arthur Ware family circa 1890.
Arthur Ware family circa 1890.
Arthur Ware family circa 1890. 
 
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Arthur Ware Family circa 1902.
Arthur Ware Family circa 1902.
Arthur Ware Family circa 1902. 
 
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Arthur Ware's Grandchildren, Christmas 1903.
Arthur Ware's Grandchildren, Christmas 1903.
Arthur Ware's Grandchildren, Christmas 1903. 
 
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Arthur Wheelock.
Arthur Wheelock.
Arthur Wheelock. from "Old Home Week Souvenir of Uxbridge, Massachusetts" Issued by the Old Home Week Committee; compiled and edited by Arthur E. Seagrave and Edward T. McShane, September 1908. Printed by Uxbridge and Whitensville Transcript Publishing Co., Uxbridge, MA.  
 
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Arvilla and Ivert Shinske.
Arvilla and Ivert Shinske.
Arvilla and Ivert Shinske. 
 
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Arvilla Shinske
Arvilla Shinske
Arvilla Shinske 
 
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Arvilla Weeks
Arvilla Weeks
Arvilla Weeks 
 
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Asa & Almira Adams.
Asa & Almira Adams.
Asa & Almira Adams. 
 
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Asa G Clapp.
Asa G Clapp.
History of Cumberland Co., Maine with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches oi it's Prominent Men and Pioneers. by W.W. Clayton. Philadelphia, Everts & Peck 1880. Page Between 166, 167. 
 
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Asa W. H. Clapp.
Asa W. H. Clapp.
History of Cumberland Co., Maine with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches oi it's Prominent Men and Pioneers. by W.W. Clayton. Philadelphia, Everts & Peck 1880. Page Between 166, 167.  
 
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Ashby Snow.
Ashby Snow.
Pioneers and prominent men of Utah. By Frank Ellwood Esshom. Utah pioneers book publishing company, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1933. 
 
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Asher, Montgomery
Asher, Montgomery
William Asher and Elizabeth Montgomery 
 
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Ashley Freese and Cory Gamble
Ashley Freese and Cory Gamble
Ashley Freese and Cory Gamble 
 
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Ashley Freese, Paula (nee Gamble) King and Donna (nee Gamble) Freese
Ashley Freese, Paula (nee Gamble) King and Donna (nee Gamble) Freese
Ashley Freese, Paula (nee Gamble) King and Donna (nee Gamble) Freese in Colorado March 2015. 
 
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Asst Sec Joseph Henry Brigham.
Asst Sec Joseph Henry Brigham.
Served as a Senator from Ohio ans as the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture. 
 
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Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr.
Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr.
Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. Often presented as part of the flight this is actually part of a flight simulation. 
 
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Astronaut's Proud Family.
Astronaut's Proud Family.
The Kingston (New York) Daily Freeman, Saturday, May 6, 1961 page 7. 
 
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Atlanta Federal Penitentiary Postcard.
Atlanta Federal Penitentiary Postcard.
Atlanta Federal Penitentiary. 
 
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Atlanta Roundhouse Ruins.
Atlanta Roundhouse Ruins.
Atlanta was largely destroyed in the Civil War. Some things like this railroad round house were destroyed by fleeing rebels to prevent the assets from being used by the Union Army. Much more was destroyed when the Union Army left. Fires and explosions set to destroy military assets spread and destroyed much of the city. 
 
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Atlanta Slave Market.
Atlanta Slave Market.
Atlanta Slave Market. Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Georgia, Photographed by George N. Barnard sometime in September to November of 1864. 
 
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Atlanta.
Atlanta.
Atlanta Georgia. 
 
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Attack on Fort Darling.
Attack on Fort Darling.
The attack on Fort Darling or the battle of Drury's Bluff as a naval amphibious battle fought in an attempt to test the defenses of Richmond, Virginia, the Confederate capital. The fort was well defended and the Union forces were forced to turn back.  
 
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Audrey (Reynolds) Diggins
Audrey (Reynolds) Diggins
Audrey (Reynolds) Diggins 
 
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August William Sylk.
August William Sylk.
Denise Crosby and son, August William Sylk. 
 
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Aurora, Kane, Illinois. 1867
Aurora, Kane, Illinois. 1867
Aurora, Kane, Illinois. 1867 
 
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Austin W Wheelock.
Austin W Wheelock.
The Wheelock Family in America 1637-1969 by Walter T. Wheelock. Page 78. 
 
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Aux Sable Village.
Aux Sable Village.
A history plaque at the Aux Sable Illinois and Michigan canal locks and aqueduct at Aux Sable.  
 
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Avery and Louise (nee Hale) Wheelock
Avery and Louise (nee Hale) Wheelock
Avery and Louise (nee Hale) Wheelock 
 
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Avery Beverages.
Avery Beverages.
Avery Beverages. 
 
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Avery Company Peoria.
Avery Company Peoria.
The Groton Avery Clan Volume II page 811. By Elroy McKendree Avery and Catherine Hitchcock (Tilden) Avery. Cleveland 1912.  
 
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Avery Gaul.
Avery Gaul.
The New York Herald, September 17, 1922, section 7, page 5. 
 
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Avery Hall.
Avery Hall.
The University of Nebraska Chemistry Laboratory building was in 1916 named Avery Hall in his honor. 
 
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Avery Harrison and Rae Una (nee Smith) Wheelock with a seat from their Ferris wheel ride
Avery Harrison and Rae Una (nee Smith) Wheelock with a seat from their Ferris wheel ride
Avery Harrison and Rae Una (nee Smith) Wheelock with a seat from their Ferris wheel ride 
 
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Avery House Mount Clemins, Michigan.
Avery House Mount Clemins, Michigan.
Avery House Mount Clemins. Picture extracted from a panoramic map of Mount Clemins published by the Macomb Company of Michigan in 1881. 
 
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Avery House, Ft. Collins.
Avery House, Ft. Collins.
Avery House, Ft. Collins. 
 
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Avery Library.
Avery Library.
Elroy founded the Avery Library and Historical Society. This would evolve into the New Port Richey Public Library. 
 
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Avery Memorial Park.
Avery Memorial Park.
The first major project of the Avery Family Association was the creation the James Avery monument. Located on the very site of the Avery house. Some of the ruined foundation and chimney are still there.

The monument is a 23-foot-high polished granite column topped off with a bronze bust of James Avery. The bust was designed by famed sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt who is the 7X great grandson of James Avery.

Photo from The Grotan Avery Clan 
 
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Avery Memorial.
Avery Memorial.
In 1900 the Avery Memorial was dedicated. A tall granite column topped off with a bronze bust of James. The nearby piles of stone are the remnants of the homes chimneys. The base is engraved with the generations of Averys that occupied the home.

Captain James Avery 1656-1700
Captain James Avery Jr. 1700-1728
Colonel Ebenezer Avery 1728-1752
Elder Park Avery 1752-1797
Lieutenant Park Avery Jr. 1797-1821
Youngs Avery 1821-1837
Park William Avery 1837-1868
James Denison Avery 1868-1894

Picturesque New London and its environs, Groton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century; notable features of interest, by American Book Exchange, New London, Connecticut, 1901. Page 190. 
 
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Avery Orchard Tractor.
Avery Orchard Tractor.
Better Fruit magazine. April 1920 page 41. Better Fruit Publishing Company, Portland, Oregon. 
 
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Avery Plow Ad.
Avery Plow Ad.
Avery Plow Ad. 
 
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Avery Point Lighthouse.
Avery Point Lighthouse.
Avery Point Lighthouse. 
 
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Avery Robert Dulles.
Avery Robert Dulles.
Avery Robert Dulles. 
 
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Avery Tractors.
Avery Tractors.
Better Fruit magazine. March 1920 page 13. Better Fruit Publishing Company, Portland, Oregon. 
 
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Avery-Copp House.
Avery-Copp House.
Avery-Copp House. 
 
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Averyize Your Farm.
Averyize Your Farm.
Better Fruit magazine. February 1920 page 47. Better Fruit Publishing Company, Portland, Oregon. 
 
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B F Avery & Sons.
B F Avery & Sons.
B F Avery & Sons. 
 
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B F Avery Plow Factory.
B F Avery Plow Factory.
B F Avery Plow Factory. 
 
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B F Avery, Louisville.
B F Avery, Louisville.
B F Avery, Louisville. 
 

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