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Meigs, M. C.
Meigs, Mongomery Cunningham
Meigs, Montgomery C.
Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham
Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham (American military officer, engineer, 1816-1892)
Montgomery C. Meigs
Montgomery Cunningham Meigs
Crawford, Thomas (1813 or 1814-1857)
Ewing, Maskell C.
Franklin, William Buel (1823-1903)
Lee, Robert E. (1807-1870)
Lee, Robert Edward (1807-1870)
Russell, Andrew J.
Stone, William James (1798-1865)
United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Walter, Thomas Ustick (1804-1887)
american future: a history., the
american military cemeteries.
americans of royal descent.
Aqueduct Bridge, Georgetown, D.C., erected by Maj. Gen. M.C. Meigs
Aqueduct Bridge, Georgetown, D.C., general view
Architectural drawing for a clock ("Indian and the Pioneer"), U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for a government building ("New Pension Building"), F Street between 4th Street and 5th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for alterations to the U.S. Capitol including extensions and new dome, Washington, D.C.
arlington house: the robert e. lee memorial cultural landscape report.
arlington national cemetery, shrine to america's heroes.
buildings of the district of columbia
business of civil war: military mobilization and the state, 1861-1865., the
Capitol Builder: the Shorthand Journals of Montgomery C. Meigs, 1853-1859, 1861 : A Project to Commemorate the United States Capitol Bicentennial 1800-2000
civil war high commands.
collected works of caspar buberl: an analysis of a nineteenth century american sculptor, the
Design drawing for ceiling murals ("ceiling of Senate Library") for north wing of the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
[Detail of "Progress of Civilization," east pediment of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]
Distant view of Union Arch, Washington aqueduct, built by Gen. M.C. Meigs, span of 220 feet
East pediment of the north wing, U.S. Capitol
encyclopedia of nineteenth-century land warfare., the
encyclopedia of the american civil war: a political, social, and military history.
enfant's legacy: public open spaces in washington, d.c., l'
Engineering projects directed by Montgomery Meigs, Washington, D.C.
Environs of Washington
georgia biographical dictionary.
Heating and ventilating the Capitol extension, etc.
history of the pennsylvania hospital, 1751-1895., the
Macmillan Encyclopedia of Architects (1982)
Map of the harbor of St. Louis, Mississippi River, Oct. 1837.
[Maps of the Washington Aqueduct, Md. and Washington D.C.].
Message of the President of the United States communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, information in relation to the heating and ventilating of the Capitol extension, the Post Office Department, &c.
Montgomery C. Meigs papers
Near view of Union Arch, Washington aqueduct, built by Gen. M.C. Meigs, span of 220 feet
on hallowed ground: the story of arlington national cemetery.
Outline description of U.S. military posts and stations in the year 1871.
Part of Arlington, Virginia
[Perspective view of Capitol]
Perspective view of Union Arch, Washington Aqueduct, built by Gen. M.C. Meigs. Span of 220 feet
[Plans for the U.S. Pension Building in Washington, DC, from the Montgomery C. Meigs papers]
Portions of the military departments of Virginia, Washington, Middle & the Susquehanna
quartermaster general of the union army: a biography of m.c. meigs.
r. e. lee, a biography
Report on the construction of the new pension building, made to the secretary of the interior
Reports of Captain M.C. Meigs, accompanying the annual report of the secretary of war, for the year 1859.
second only to grant: quartermaster general montgomery c. meigs.
theodore o'hara: poet-soldier of the old south.
three days' battle of Chattanooga, 23d, 24th, 25th November, 1864, The
Tubular Bridge, through the pipes of which the city of Washington is supplied with water. Built by Gen. M.C. Meigs
Tubular bridge, through the pipes of which the city of Washington is supplied with water; built by General Meigs
Union Arch, built by Gen. M.C. Meigs, span of 220 feet
[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.).
United States, their growth in population in two hundred years., The
[View from the 2nd story of the residence of Mrs. Comre. John Rodgers, Franklin Row, K Street at 12 & 13 Sts, Washington, D.C., overlooking the backyard and adjacent neighborhood, and showing children standing on balconies]
where valor rests: arlington national cemetery.