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3551
Tabitha Barnes with Luella Brigham.
Tabitha Barnes with Luella Brigham.
Tabitha Barnes with Luella Brigham. 
 
3552
Taft Cabinet
Taft Cabinet
President Taft (center) surrounded by his cabinet in 1910. Charles Nagel is on the right. 
 
3553
Tahnee Welch
Tahnee Welch
Tahnee Welch 
 
3554
Talcott A Shaver Jr.
Talcott A Shaver Jr.
Talcott A Shaver Jr. 
 
3555
Talia Balsam
Talia Balsam
Talia Balsam - Actress, my 8th cousin 2 times removed. 
 
3556
Talia Balsam in Mad Men.
Talia Balsam in Mad Men.
Talia Balsam in Mad Men. 
 
3557
Talia Balsam.
Talia Balsam.
Talia Balsam. 
 
3558
Taps
Taps
A U.S. Army bugler plays taps at Arlington National Cemetery. 
 
3559
Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs. 
 
3560
Tebow Cure Hospital.
Tebow Cure Hospital.
Tebow Cure Hospital, Davao City, Philippines. 
 
3561
Ted & Loraine
Ted & Loraine
Ted & Loraine 
 
3562
Ted and Jeanne Wheelock
Ted and Jeanne Wheelock
Ted and Jeanne Wheelock 
 
3563
Ted Londis 1943.
Ted Londis 1943.
Ted with his mother Johanna B (nee Nagel) and her brother Fred standing outside Paul's Barber shop. 
 
3564
Ted Londis Sailor.
Ted Londis Sailor.
Paul with his son Ted Londis and his brother-in-law Fred Nagel. They are standing outside Paul's barber shop. 
 
3565
Ted Navy Boot Camp Detail.
Ted Navy Boot Camp Detail.
Ted Navy Boot Camp Detail. 
 
3566
Ted Navy Boot Camp.
Ted Navy Boot Camp.
Ted Navy Boot Camp. 
 
3567
Ted Wheelock fishing
Ted Wheelock fishing
Ted Wheelock fishing 
 
3568
Ted Wheelock.
Ted Wheelock.
Ted Wheelock addressing the attendees at the 2017 Lake Ann, Michigan founder's day.  
 
3569
Teresa Clawson & Martha Wells Parkinson 1933.
Teresa Clawson & Martha Wells Parkinson 1933.
Teresa Clawson & Martha Wells Parkinson 1933. 
 
3570
Teresa Pizza.
Teresa Pizza.
Teresa Pizza. 
 
3571
Terry Lewis Scheick
Terry Lewis Scheick
Terry Lewis Scheick with Kenneth and Scott Nagel. 
 
3572
Terry Lewis Scheick USAF.
Terry Lewis Scheick USAF.
Terry Lewis Scheick USAF. 
 
3573
Terry Scheick
Terry Scheick
Terry Scheick 
 
3574
The Adventist's Printing Building 1877.
The Adventist's Printing Building 1877.
History of Calhoun County, Michigan, With Illustrations Descriptive of Its Scenery, Palatial Residences, Public Buildings, Fine Blocks, and Important Manufactories, From Original Sketches by Artist of the Highest Ability. Henry B. Peirce, published by L. H. Everts & Company, Philadelphia, 1877  
 
3575
The Apollo 11 Wives.
The Apollo 11 Wives.
The wives of the Apollo 11 crew welcome their husbands home while they are still in quarantine. 
 
3576
The Bacon Brothers.
The Bacon Brothers.
Kevin (center) and, his brother Michael and their band "The Bacon Brothers". 
 
3577
The balloon 'Intrepid' at Battle of Fair Oaks. the Union Army was  accompanied by the Union Army Balloon Corps commanded by Professor Thaddeus S. C. Lowe. The tethered balloons trailed a telegraph wire which was used to communicate observations to the ground.
The balloon "Intrepid" at Battle of Fair Oaks. the Union Army was accompanied by the Union Army Balloon Corps commanded by Professor Thaddeus S. C. Lowe. The tethered balloons trailed a telegraph wire which was used to communicate observations to the ground.
Photograph by Mathew Brady 
 
3578
The Battle of Ball's Bluff. This Started as a minor reconnaissance operation. Acting upon poor information and not being prepared the Union forces attempted a raid on a Confederate encampment and it lead to a humiliating defeat. Colonel and U.S. Senator Edward Dickinson Baker lost his life in the battle. To date he is the only United States Senator ever killed in battle.
The Battle of Ball's Bluff. This Started as a minor reconnaissance operation. Acting upon poor information and not being prepared the Union forces attempted a raid on a Confederate encampment and it lead to a humiliating defeat. Colonel and U.S. Senator Edward Dickinson Baker lost his life in the battle. To date he is the only United States Senator ever killed in battle.
Currier & Ives print, New York circa 1861. 
 
3579
The Battle of Chantilly.
The Battle of Chantilly.
A picture depicting General Kearny's gallant charge. During the battle, Union Generals Isaac Stevens and Philip Kearny were both killed but, the Union halted "Stonewall" Jackson's advance.

Published by; John Smith, 804 Market Street, Philladelphia. About 1867. 
 
3580
The Battle of Cold Harbor.
The Battle of Cold Harbor.
Kurz & Allison, about 1888 
 
3581
The Battle of Nauvoo.
The Battle of Nauvoo.
The Battle of Nauvoo by Carl Christian Anton Christensen. 
 
3582
The Battle of Shiloh
The Battle of Shiloh
The Battle of Shiloh by Thure de Thulstrup 
 
3583
The Battle of Summit Point.
The Battle of Summit Point.
From the book "Frank Leslie's scenes and portraits of the Civil War" New York, 1894. 
 
3584
The Battle of the Aguadores.
The Battle of the Aguadores.
They fought in the Battle of the Aguadores July 1, 1898.

The skirmish on the banks of the Aguadores River was meant as a distraction for the attacks that would take place later that day at San Juan Hill and El Caney. The 33rd Michigan had to take a train to within one mile of the river. Both battalions couldn’t fit in the train at the same time so it had to be done in two trips giving the Spanish plenty of warning of the attack to come.

The attack began at 9:00am. The 33rd fought with small arms as shells sailed over their heads from naval bombardment. Given that the Spanish had plenty of time to dig in the naval attack had little affect and the Americans were being overpowered. They were under attack from directed artillery fire and, while the Spanish could maintain their concealment due to their use of modern Mauser rifles that used smokeless powder the Americans signaled their position every time they risked a shot.

At 1:30pm the Americans could not advance and they needed to resupply so the order was given to break off the attack. The Secretary of the Army would declare the battle a success claiming that the distraction worked but, there were differing opinions.

Picture from “Harper's pictorial history of the war with Spain” Volume II, Harper & brothers, New York, 1899. Page 345. 
 
3585
The Battle of the Wilderness. A Currier & Ives print published about 1864.
The Battle of the Wilderness. A Currier & Ives print published about 1864.
The Battle of the Wilderness was fought May 5 to 7, 1864. It was the first battle of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant's 1864 Campaign against General Robert E. Lee and the Confederate Army. Both armies suffered heavy casualties. The battle was tactically inconclusive, as Grant disengaged and continued toward Richmond. 
 
3586
The Bermuda Triangle
The Bermuda Triangle
No TV show about the unexplained would be complete without a trip to the Bermuda Triangle. In season six Fox Mulder found himself in the Bermuda Triangle, traveling back in time to battle “dream Nazis”. In January of 1955 my 7th cousin 4 times removed, (Louis) Ward Wheelock, one of his sons and his wife vanished in the Bermuda Triangle along with four others and his 60ft yacht leaving no trace.

Scully was quick to point out that the Coast Guard had issued storm warnings and one of the Air Force pilots involved in the search pointed out that a wooden hulled boat lost in shallow water would be difficult to find because radar would be of little to no help.

Mulder countered that the crew was experienced and, had reported by radio that in spite of the bad weather they were doing fine. His main interest in this case came because of a mysterious newspaper clipping found in project “Blue Book” files.

The clipping, in poor condition, unfortunately did not identify the publication name or date. The only clue was a hand written “1955”. The article mentioned the search for an “unidentified object”. It states that after sighting the object the Air Force plane suffered “navigational difficulties” and lost the object. No other documents relating to this have been found in project Blue Book files.

Even without the disappearance of a wooden hulled boat that left no wreckage there is a mystery here. The article did not say unidentified “flying” object. Why was an Air Force unit tasked with investigating UFOs interested enough in this missing boat to save this clipping? Search pilots normally have the experience to recognize wreckage. What was this item that was reported as “unidentified”? What forces were at work that caused the “navigational difficulties”. 
 
3587
The Chicago Fire 1871.
The Chicago Fire 1871.
The Great fire at Chicago Oct. 9th 1871. View from the west side. Lithograph by Gibson & Company's Steam Press, Cincinnati, Ohio 1871 
 
3588
The Chicago Fire Burnt District.
The Chicago Fire Burnt District.
Published in Harpers Weekly, August 1, 1874 pages 636 and 637. From a colored print published by Currier & Ives. 
 
3589
The Closer.
The Closer.
Kyra has a long list of credits to her name but, she may be best known for her roll in the TV series "The Closer". 
 
3590
The Dayton Brothers
The Dayton Brothers
The Dayton Brothers. Left to right: Douglas, Wallace, Donald, Kenneth and Bruce. 
 
3591
The Dayton's Department Store In The 1950's
The Dayton's Department Store In The 1950's
The Dayton's Department Store In The 1950's 
 
3592
The Death of Lincoln
The Death of Lincoln
The Death of Lincoln. Salmon P. Chase is depicted in the center, back.  
 
3593
The Destruction of the Tea AKA the Boston Tea Party.
The Destruction of the Tea AKA the Boston Tea Party.
Currier & Ives 1846. 
 
3594
The Devil and Max Devlin.
The Devil and Max Devlin.
Movie poster for The Devil and Max Devlin. A 1981 movie staring Elliot Gould and Bill Cosby. 
 
3595
The Eagle Hut
The Eagle Hut
The Eagle Hut was the largest of the YMCA's huts. It was located in London. St. Mary le Strand church can be seen in the background. As it was their flagship operation it is likely Helen spent time there. 
 
3596
The Edmund Rice house in Sudbury, Massachusetts where Mercy Brigham and five of her children lived from 1655 to 1660
The Edmund Rice house in Sudbury, Massachusetts where Mercy Brigham and five of her children lived from 1655 to 1660
From "Additions and Changes From Volumes One and Two and Pamphlet no. 1 of The History of the Brigham Family" by Emma E. Brigham. Published by the Brigham Family Association, 1931.  
 
3597
The Fall Of Richmond.
The Fall Of Richmond.
Currier & Ives lithograph depicting the fall of Richmond, Virginia on April 2, 1865. When the city became indefensible fires were started to destroy documents and resources. Before Union troops could bring the fires under control a quarter of the city had been destroyed.  
 
3598
The Final Four 2010
The Final Four 2010
The final four children of James and Alma (Stinger) Reynolds in 2010. 
 
3599
The First Lady Christens a Plane.
The First Lady Christens a Plane.
Elanor Roosevelt and WWI American fighter ace about to break a bottle of champagne on an Eastern Airlines plane. 
 
3600
The graves of the victims of the sinking of the SS Schiller.
The graves of the victims of the sinking of the SS Schiller.
The graves of the victims of the sinking of the SS Schiller. 
 

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