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601
Barbara Heagy
Barbara Heagy
Illinois Moline Moline High School 1947 
 
602
Barbara Hershey.
Barbara Hershey.
Barbara Hershey. 
 
603
Barbara Joan Streisand
Barbara Joan Streisand
Barbara Joan Streisand in "Hello Dolly". 
 
604
Barbara Joan Streisand
Barbara Joan Streisand
Barbara Joan Streisand 
 
605
Barbara Lynn Dietsch
Barbara Lynn Dietsch
Barbara Lynn Dietsch 
 
606
Barbara Pierce Bush
Barbara Pierce Bush
Barbara Pierce Bush 
 
607
Barbara Ruick.
Barbara Ruick.
Barbara Ruick. 
 
608
Barbara Sears
Barbara Sears
Illinois, Chicago, Taft High School, 1972 
 
609
Barbara Streisand in Whats Up Doc.
Barbara Streisand in Whats Up Doc.
Barbara Streisand in Whats Up Doc. 
 
610
Barbara Streisand.
Barbara Streisand.
Barbara Streisand - Actress, Singer. Wife of my 9th cousin 2 times removed. 
 
611
Barbara.
Barbara.
Barbara. 
 
612
Barbra Streisand
Barbra Streisand
Barbra Streisand 
 
613
Barbra Streisand and James Brolin.
Barbra Streisand and James Brolin.
Barbra Streisand and James Brolin. 
 
614
Barbra Streisand Wedding.
Barbra Streisand Wedding.
Barbra Streisand Wedding. 
 
615
Bardeen Plaque.
Bardeen Plaque.
In honor of his time spent as a professor, the engineering quadrangle at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is named the Bardeen. 
 
616
Barna L Brigham.
Barna L Brigham.
Barna L Brigham. History of Kalamazoo county, Michigan (1880) 
 
617
Barney & Smith Mfg.
Barney & Smith Mfg.
Ohio, the Future Great State, Her Manufacturers, and a History of Her Commercial Cities, Cincinnati and Cleveland. By W.J. Comley and W.D. Eggville M.D. Published by Comley Brothers Manufacturing and Publishing, Cincinnati and Cleveland 1875. Page 400. 
 
618
Barnum Brown.
Barnum Brown.
Barnum Brown. 
 
619
Barnum Brown.
Barnum Brown.
Barnum Brown worked for the American Museum of Natural History for 44 years. He is best known for finding the first Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. 
 
620
Barnum Brown.
Barnum Brown.
Barnum was a paleontologist. His most significant contribution to the field was the discovery of the first Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. Before his discovery only a few pieces had been found. 
 
621
Barnum Fur Coat.
Barnum Fur Coat.
Unlike most paleontologists he was almost always impeccably dressed, often wearing a tie and topcoat even in the field. In Canada as he didn't let cold weather slow him down, he wore a fur coat. 
 
622
Barrett & Shattuck 2.
Barrett & Shattuck 2.
An 1809 receipt for dyeing a silk gown and coat, written on the back of a Barrett & Shattuck advertisement. 
 
623
Barrett & Shattuck.
Barrett & Shattuck.
A receipt for dyeing attached to a Barrett & Shattuck advertisement. 
 
624
Barry Van Dyke
Barry Van Dyke
Barry Van Dyke 
 
625
Barry Van Dyke
Barry Van Dyke
Barry Van Dyke in 1980 
 
626
Batavia, Kane, Illinois. 1869
Batavia, Kane, Illinois. 1869
Batavia, Kane, Illinois. 1869 
 
627
Baton Rouge in the Civil War.
Baton Rouge in the Civil War.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper. January 17, 1863. Pages 264 & 256.  
 
628
Battle Creek and suburbs.
Battle Creek and suburbs.
Map of greater Battle Creek and suburbs, published by R.L. Polk & Company, battle Creek Michigan, 1921. Over-printed with advertising for Wheelock-Prestler Roofing & Construction Company.  
 
629
Battle Creek College 1877.
Battle Creek College 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  
 
630
Battle Creek locomotive shop.
Battle Creek locomotive shop.
First locomotive manufactures in Grand Trunk's Battle Creek locomotive shop. From a post card published by the S.H.Knox and Company, Battle Creek, Michigan about 1908. 
 
631
Battle Creek Sanatorium.
Battle Creek Sanatorium.
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  
 
632
Battle of Antietam.
Battle of Antietam.
Battle of Antietam Print. Unknown author, Kurz & Allison, Art Publishers, Chicago, Illinois. 
 
633
Battle of Bennington.
Battle of Bennington.
Battle of Bennington. 
 
634
Battle of Cedar Creek.
Battle of Cedar Creek.
This print by Kurz & Allison depicts the Battle of Cedar Creek.

On October 19, 1864, Confederate forces launched a surprise attack against the encampment of Union Army Major General Philip Sheridan. Hundreds were killed. Many more were wounded or taken prisoner. Many pieces of Union Artillery were captured. 
 
635
Battle of Cedar Creek.
Battle of Cedar Creek.
Battle of Cedar Creek by Alfred R. Waud. 
 
636
Battle of Cedar Mountain.
Battle of Cedar Mountain.
Battle of Cedar Mountain. 
 
637
Battle of Chancellorsville.
Battle of Chancellorsville.
The wounding of General Stonewall Jackson at the Battle of Chancellorsville. While Chancellorsville was considered a Confederate victory, General Jackson was wounded by friendly fire and would latter die of pneumonia brought on by the wound. This was considered a huge blow to the Confederacy and the fact that he was not at the Battle of Gettysburg is thought to be the reason the Confederates were defeated there. Kurz and Allison print circa 1889. 
 
638
Battle of Chickamauga.
Battle of Chickamauga.
Kurz & Allison print. Published about 1890. 
 
639
Battle of Chickamauga.
Battle of Chickamauga.
1890 by Kurz & Allison, Art Publishers, Chicago 
 
640
Battle of Chippawa.
Battle of Chippawa.
Battle of Chippawa. 
 
641
Battle of Corinth.
Battle of Corinth.
Copyrighted 1891 by Kurz & Allison, Art Publishers, Chicago 
 
642
Battle of Fair Oaks in more modern works often called the Battle of Seven Pines. Note the balloon in the upper left corner.
Battle of Fair Oaks in more modern works often called the Battle of Seven Pines. Note the balloon in the upper left corner.
Currier & Ives print, New York 1862. 
 
643
Battle of Gettysburg.
Battle of Gettysburg.
"Hancock at Gettysbug" by Thure de Thulstrup. Major General Winfield S. Hancock riding along the Union lines during the Confederate bombardment prior to Pickett's Charge. L. Prang & Company print. 
 
644
Battle of Lookout Mountain.
Battle of Lookout Mountain.
Battle of Lookout Mountain. Kurz & Allison print circa 1889. 
 
645
Battle of Malvern Hill.
Battle of Malvern Hill.
Harper's Weekly, Saturday, July 26, 1862 pages 472 & 473. 
 
646
Battle of Murfreesboro.
Battle of Murfreesboro.
Published by Currier & Ives, New York about 1863.  
 
647
Battle of Rhode Island.
Battle of Rhode Island.
Battle of Rhode Island. 
 
648
Battle of Shrewsbury.
Battle of Shrewsbury.
A painting of the Battle of Shrewbury. Depicted are Sir Walter Blount
and sir Henry Percy who both died in this battle. 
 
649
Battle of Spottsylvania (SIC).
Battle of Spottsylvania (SIC).
Print of a painting by by Thure De Thulstrup. L. Prang & Co., 1887, Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
650
Battle of Stone River.
Battle of Stone River.
Copyrighted 1891 by Kurz & Allison, Art Publishers, Chicago 
 

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