McNair bookplate - from the Ancient Books of John Turner - "hear the words of other days beyond the veil of sleep"

McNair bookplate - from the Ancient Books of John Turner - "hear the words of other days beyond the veil of sleep"

Former IRS agent who quit and challenge the Federal Income Tax - John Turner - YouTube

Former IRS agent who quit and challenge the Federal Income Tax - John Turner - YouTube

Bookplate, by James Herbert McNair (Scottish, 1868-1955), for the "Antient Books" of John Turner, 1901 (colotype)

Bookplate, by James Herbert McNair (Scottish, 1868-1955), for the "Antient Books" of John Turner, 1901 (colotype)

C918-0446 Arch Paterson's Hospital Shop, Wallsend, c.1925. Picture: scanned from a 35mm slide taken by the late Dr John Turner (1933 - 1998), local historian and lecturer.

C918-0446 Arch Paterson's Hospital Shop, Wallsend, c.1925. Picture: scanned from a 35mm slide taken by the late Dr John Turner (1933 - 1998), local historian and lecturer.

John Turner Had to Wait Too Long to Become Canadian Prime Minister: John Turner in 2003

John Turner Had to Wait Too Long to Become Canadian Prime Minister

John Turner Had to Wait Too Long to Become Canadian Prime Minister: John Turner in 2003

OnlineGalleries.com - Antique George III period mahogany and brass mounted bracket clock by John Turner, London

OnlineGalleries.com - Antique George III period mahogany and brass mounted bracket clock by John Turner, London

Did you know...  Turner, James Milton (1840-1915)  1st African American to serve in the U.S. diplomatic corps   James Milton Turner was an African American Missourian who was a prominent politician, education advocate and diplomat in the years after the Civil War. Turner was born a slave in St. Louis, Missouri in 1840. His father, John Turner (also known as John Colburn), was a well-known “horse doctor” in St.

Did you know... Turner, James Milton (1840-1915) 1st African American to serve in the U.S. diplomatic corps James Milton Turner was an African American Missourian who was a prominent politician, education advocate and diplomat in the years after the Civil War. Turner was born a slave in St. Louis, Missouri in 1840. His father, John Turner (also known as John Colburn), was a well-known “horse doctor” in St.

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