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Charles Brooks Hiegert
Charles Brooks Hiegert
Charles Brooks Hiegert 
 
752
Charles Brooks Hiegert and family.
Charles Brooks Hiegert and family.
Charles Brooks Hiegert and family. 
 
753
Charles Cheney
Charles Cheney
Charles Cheney 
 
754
Charles Donald Fegert
Charles Donald Fegert
Charles Donald Fegert 
 
755
Charles Edward Bardeen.
Charles Edward Bardeen.
Charles Edward Bardeen. 
 
756
Charles Edward Murphy
Charles Edward Murphy
Charles Edward Murphy 
 
757
Charles Ellis Johnson.
Charles Ellis Johnson.
Charles Ellis Johnson. 
 
758
Charles Francis Adams
Charles Francis Adams
Charles Francis Adams 
 
759
Charles Francis Adams
Charles Francis Adams
Charles Francis Adams by Charles Bird King 1827. Charles was age 20. 
 
760
Charles Gates Dawes.
Charles Gates Dawes.
Charles Gates Dawes. 
 
761
Charles H Bigelow.
Charles H Bigelow.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. February 4, 1860. 
 
762
Charles H Brigham
Charles H Brigham
The History of the Brigham Family, A Record of Several Thousand Descendants of Thomas Brigham the Emigrant, 1603-1653. By W.I. Tyler Brigham. Published by the Grafton Press, New York, 1907 
 
763
Charles H Brigham
Charles H Brigham
The History of the Brigham Family, A Record of Several Thousand Descendants of Thomas Brigham the Emigrant, 1603-1653. By W.I. Tyler Brigham. Published by the Grafton Press, New York, 1907 
 
764
Charles Hanson Brigham
Charles Hanson Brigham
Charles Hanson Brigham 
 
765
Charles Henry Brigham
Charles Henry Brigham
Charles Henry Brigham 
 
766
Charles Henry Paarmann
Charles Henry Paarmann
Charles Henry Paarmann 
 
767
Charles Ilsley Brigham, UW Madison class album, 1885
Charles Ilsley Brigham, UW Madison class album, 1885
Charles Ilsley Brigham, UW Madison class album, 1885, Page 0098 
 
768
Charles L. Brigham.
Charles L. Brigham.
Charles L. Brigham. 
 
769
Charles Lane.
Charles Lane.
Lane Genealogies, Volume 1, William Lane of Boston, Massachusetts by Rev, Jacob Chapman and Rev. James H. Fitts, published by the News-Letter Press, Exeter, New Hampshire 1891. 
 
770
Charles Nagel
Charles Nagel
Charles Nagel 
 
771
Charles Nagel
Charles Nagel
Charles Nagel 
 
772
Charles Nagel - Politician and lawyer.
Charles Nagel - Politician and lawyer.
Charles was a lawyer chosen by President Taft to serve as the Secretary of Commerce and Labor. He was a key founder of the United States Chamber of Commerce. 
 
773
Charles Nagel.
Charles Nagel.
Charles Nagel. 
 
774
Charles Oliver Brigham
Charles Oliver Brigham
The History of the Brigham Family, A Record of Several Thousand Descendants of Thomas Brigham the Emigrant, 1603-1653. By W.I. Tyler Brigham. Published by the Grafton Press, New York, 1907 
 
775
Charles Russell Bardeen.
Charles Russell Bardeen.
Charles Russell Bardeen. 
 
776
Charles Stinson Pillsbury.
Charles Stinson Pillsbury.
Charles Stinson Pillsbury. 
 
777
Charles Stinson Pillsbury.
Charles Stinson Pillsbury.
Charles Stinson Pillsbury. 
 
778
Charles Victor Lyon
Charles Victor Lyon
Charles Victor Lyon 
 
779
Charles William Bardeen.
Charles William Bardeen.
Nutting genealogy. A record of some of the descendants of John Nutting, of Groton, Mass. by John Keep Nutting. Published 1908 by C W Bardeen, Syracuse, New York. 
 
780
Charlie Brigham
Charlie Brigham
Charlie Brigham 
 
781
Charlotte May (nee Brigham) Lavis
Charlotte May (nee Brigham) Lavis
Charlotte May (nee Brigham) Lavis 
 
782
Chauncey Griswold Webb.
Chauncey Griswold Webb.
From' "Wife No. 19 A life In Bondage" by Ann Eliza Young. Dustin, Gilman & Co. Hartford, Connecticut 1876. Page 444. 
 
783
Cheating Death Below.
Cheating Death Below.
Scrap book clipping. Publication detail not preserved. 
 
784
Cheers Cast.
Cheers Cast.
David Angell (center) on the set of the television show "Cheers". 
 
785
Cheryl S Scheick
Cheryl S Scheick
Cheryl S Scheick 
 
786
Chicago 1820.
Chicago 1820.
Chicago Lithograph Company 1867. 
 
787
Chicago 1893
Chicago 1893
By Peter Roy, copyright 1892. 
 
788
Chicago after the 1871 Chicago Fire.
Chicago after the 1871 Chicago Fire.
Chicago after the 1871 Chicago Fire. 
 
789
Chicago After the Fire.
Chicago After the Fire.
Library of Congress Control Number 2003671553. Publisher date not verified. 
 
790
Chicago Circa 1860. John Kleinfeld emigrated in 1863.
Chicago Circa 1860. John Kleinfeld emigrated in 1863.
Library of Congress call number; G4104.C6A3 1860 .C5
Publishing details not recorded. 
 
791
Chicago Flag.
Chicago Flag.
The Chicago flag was designed by Wallace Rice.

The three white stripes of the flag represent the North, West and South sides of the city. The top blue stripe represents Lake Michigan and the North Branch of the Chicago River. The bottom blue stripe represents the South Branch of the river and the "Great Canal", over the Chicago Portage.

The first star represents Fort Dearborn. It was added to the flag in 1939. Its six points symbolize transportation, labor, commerce, finance, populousness, and salubrity.

The second star stands for the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, and is original to the 1917 design of the flag. Its six points represent the virtues of religion, education, aesthetics, justice, beneficence, and civic pride.

The third star symbolizes the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893, and is original to the 1917 design. Its six points stand for political entities Chicago has belonged to and the flags that have flown over the area: France 1693, Great Britain 1763, Virginia 1778, the Northwest Territory 1789, Indiana Territory 1802, and Illinois (territory 1809, and state 1818).

The fourth star represents the Century of Progress Exposition (19331934), and was added in 1933. Its points refer to bragging rights: the United States' 2nd Largest City (became 3rd largest in 1990 census when passed by Los Angeles), Chicago's Latin Motto (Urbs in horto City in a garden), Chicago's "I Will" Motto, the Great Central Marketplace, Wonder City, and Convention City. 
 
792
Chicago Sunrise
Chicago Sunrise
Chicago sunrise 
 
793
Chicago Theatre.
Chicago Theatre.
Chicago Theatre. 
 
794
Chicago welcomes the Apollo 11 astronauts.
Chicago welcomes the Apollo 11 astronauts.
The returning astronauts received ticker tape parades in several major cities. 
 
795
Chief Justice Kathleen A Blatz.
Chief Justice Kathleen A Blatz.
See here delivering the 2014 Saint John's University Commencement Address. 
 
796
Chief Justice Salmon Chase.
Chief Justice Salmon Chase.
Chief Justice Salmon Chase. 
 
797
Chief Kanosh.
Chief Kanosh.
Chief Kanosh. 
 
798
Children and spouses of David and Lestina Ware.
Children and spouses of David and Lestina Ware.
Children and spouses of David and Lestina Ware. 
 
799
Children of David and Lestina Ware
Children of David and Lestina Ware
Children of David and Lestina Ware 
 
800
Children of Ethan L. Wadsworth.
Children of Ethan L. Wadsworth.
From: Scenes, memories, and travels of eighty-two years : and short sketches of the Lanphear and Potter families, by Ethan Lanphear, self published, Plainfield, New Jersey 1900. 
 

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