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Wine shelf wine shop, food drink.

Wine shelf wine shop, food drink.

Cash income euro, business finance.

Cash income euro, business finance.

Donald trump john marine corps foundation commandants.

Donald trump john marine corps foundation commandants.

Award of the Academy of Fine Arts Award, Rio de Janeiro

Award of the Academy of Fine Arts Award, Rio de Janeiro

Award of the Massachusetts Humane Society

Award of the Massachusetts Humane Society

Award of the Massachusetts Humane Society

Award of the Massachusetts Humane Society

American Institute Award Medal

American Institute Award Medal

Blank Award of the U.S. Coast Survey for "Gallery and Humanity"

Blank Award of the U.S. Coast Survey for "Gallery and Humanity"

[Diploma Award By The American Institute. To J. & R. Lamb, For Church Decorations Exhibition of 1869. [signed] New York October 1869]

[Diploma Award By The American Institute. To J. & R. Lamb, For Church Decorations Exhibition of 1869. [signed] New York October 1869]

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute. To J. & R. Lamb, For Church Furniture. The Altar, Reading Desk and Statue carvings by the above exhibitors are noble examples of carved wood work in the Gothic Style. Medal of Special Award. Exhibition of 1872 [signed] New York Nov. 20th, 1872]

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute. To J. & R. Lamb, For Church Furniture. The Altar, Reading Desk and Statue carvings by the above exhibitors are noble examples of carved wood work in the Gothic Style. Medal of Special Award. Exhibition of 1872 [signed] New York Nov. 20th, 1872]

[View of an award medal, surrounded by a wreath.]

[View of an award medal, surrounded by a wreath.]

[View of an award medal, surrounded by a wreath.]

[View of an award medal, surrounded by a wreath.]

Award (Prix Jean Chazière) at the Academy of Lyons, 1879

Award (Prix Jean Chazière) at the Academy of Lyons, 1879

Award Medal of the New Orleans Cotton Centennial Exposition

Award Medal of the New Orleans Cotton Centennial Exposition

Award of Merit to the Hammond Typewriter Co.

Award of Merit to the Hammond Typewriter Co.

Award of Merit to the Hammond Typewriter Co.

Award of Merit to the Hammond Typewriter Co.

An award of the Universal Exhibition at Paris, 1889

An award of the Universal Exhibition at Paris, 1889

Lord & Taylor (award?)

Lord & Taylor (award?)

Award to the Hammond Typewriter Company

Award to the Hammond Typewriter Company

Lake George Regatta Association Award

Lake George Regatta Association Award

The Lloyd McKim Garrison Award for Proficiency in English Literature, Harvard University

The Lloyd McKim Garrison Award for Proficiency in English Literature, Harvard University

The Lloyd McKim Garrison Award for Proficiency in English Literature, Harvard University

The Lloyd McKim Garrison Award for Proficiency in English Literature, Harvard University

Award Medal of the National Academy of Design

Award Medal of the National Academy of Design

Great Britain Wins Second Protest of Flight Award [New York Herald, 26 November 1911]

Great Britain Wins Second Protest of Flight Award [New York Herald, 26 November 1911]

Women ambulance drivers lined up to receive decorations. Blendecques

Women ambulance drivers lined up to receive decorations. Blendecques

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Sappeur-Kompanie I/Iv

Sappeur-Kompanie I/Iv

Franklin Institute Award for Distinguished Service in Science

Franklin Institute Award for Distinguished Service in Science

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

Erzherzog Karl besucht am 16.1.1916 die Isonzofront bei Sempas (Schönpass) und Dornberk (Dornberg) um Dekorierungen vorzunehmen

[Female swimmers with award cups]

[Female swimmers with award cups]

Case of Frank Wiegel, 3916 - # Ave., Brooklyn N.Y., injured after working 18 hours a day. He was injured at 1:55 A.M. January 18, 1914. Age 15 years. Employed by the Henry Bosch Paper Co., makers of wallpaper sample books. On Saturday, or rather Sunday morning at 1:55, Frank must have fallen asleep and in some way he knocked against the controlling pedal, and the next thing he knew his hand was caught in the machine. He sued the Co. for damages and after 2 years' litigation he received an award of $10,000 - $5,000 for each of 2 fingers which were amputated. The lawyer's fee has not yet been decided upon by the court. Location: New York--Brooklyn, New York (State)

Case of Frank Wiegel, 3916 - # Ave., Brooklyn N.Y., injured after working 18 hours a day. He was injured at 1:55 A.M. January 18, 1914. Age 15 years. Employed by the Henry Bosch Paper Co., makers of wallpaper sample books. On Saturday, or rather Sunday morning at 1:55, Frank must have fallen asleep and in some way he knocked against the controlling pedal, and the next thing he knew his hand was caught in the machine. He sued the Co. for damages and after 2 years' litigation he received an award of $10,000 - $5,000 for each of 2 fingers which were amputated. The lawyer's fee has not yet been decided upon by the court.  Location: New York--Brooklyn, New York (State)

[Case of Frank Wiegel, 3916 - # Ave., Brooklyn N.Y., injured after working 18 hours a day. He was injured at 1:55 A.M. January 18, 1914. Age 15 years. Employed by the Henry Bosch Paper Co., makers of wallpaper sample books. On Saturday, or rather Sunday morning at 1:55, Frank must have fallen asleep and in some way he knocked against the controlling pedal, and the next thing he knew his hand was caught in the machine. He sued the Co. for damages and after 2 years' litigation he received an award of $10,000 - $5,000 for each of 2 fingers which were amputated. The lawyer's fee has not yet been decided upon by the court.] Location: [New York--Brooklyn, New York (State)].

[Case of Frank Wiegel, 3916 - # Ave., Brooklyn N.Y., injured after working 18 hours a day. He was injured at 1:55 A.M. January 18, 1914. Age 15 years. Employed by the Henry Bosch Paper Co., makers of wallpaper sample books. On Saturday, or rather Sunday morning at 1:55, Frank must have fallen asleep and in some way he knocked against the controlling pedal, and the next thing he knew his hand was caught in the machine. He sued the Co. for damages and after 2 years' litigation he received an award of $10,000 - $5,000 for each of 2 fingers which were amputated. The lawyer's fee has not yet been decided upon by the court.]  Location: [New York--Brooklyn, New York (State)].

American Red Cross - Groups - American Ambulance Unit in Italy. American Red Cross Ambulances No. 4, "The Shock Unit." From left to right, standing: E.H. Baker, Jr. of Greenwich, Conn.; L.T. Barnett, Chicago, Ill.; Arthur Meyer, Chicago, Ill. (Decorated War Cross of Merit); Wilfred H. Wolfe, Newark, N.J. (Decorated War Cross of Merit); Theo B. Brumback, Kansas City, Mo.; Robert W. Lindsay, Hampton, N.H. (War Cross); G. Bogert Blakely, Bethlehem, Pa.; Robert Cory, Newark, N.J. (Silver medal for Valor, 2nd Highest Italian award); Warren H. Pease, Minneapolis, Minn.; Scott Russell, Chicago, Ill. (War Cross); Augustus W. Green, Chicago, Ill. (War Cross); J.K. Flaherty, Chicago, Ill.; Seated: Capt. R. W. Bates, Cambridge, Mass.; H.J. Comegys, Asbury Park, N.J.; G.W. Harris, Yakima, Wash.; Richard Hawes, St. Louis, Mo. (Seated Center); C.R. Scudder, St. Louis, Mo.; L.K. Porritt, Hartford, Conn. (War Cross)

American Red Cross - Groups - American Ambulance Unit in Italy. American Red Cross Ambulances No. 4, "The Shock Unit." From left to right, standing: E.H. Baker, Jr. of Greenwich, Conn.; L.T. Barnett, Chicago, Ill.; Arthur Meyer, Chicago, Ill. (Decorated War Cross of Merit); Wilfred H. Wolfe, Newark, N.J. (Decorated War Cross of Merit); Theo B. Brumback, Kansas City, Mo.; Robert W. Lindsay, Hampton, N.H. (War Cross); G. Bogert Blakely, Bethlehem, Pa.; Robert Cory, Newark, N.J. (Silver medal for Valor, 2nd Highest Italian award); Warren H. Pease, Minneapolis, Minn.; Scott Russell, Chicago, Ill. (War Cross); Augustus W. Green, Chicago, Ill. (War Cross); J.K. Flaherty, Chicago, Ill.; Seated: Capt. R. W. Bates, Cambridge, Mass.; H.J. Comegys, Asbury Park, N.J.; G.W. Harris, Yakima, Wash.; Richard Hawes, St. Louis, Mo. (Seated Center); C.R. Scudder, St. Louis, Mo.; L.K. Porritt, Hartford, Conn. (War Cross)

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Poland wins award for July Fourth showing. Poland was awarded the first honor, a gold medal presented by the city of New York, for the best showing made in the Fourth of July parade in the city. Every nation represented by floats and marches turned out to show their loyalty to America and a medal was awarded for the greatest demonstration. Mme. Paderewski, head of the Polish White Cross in this country, and members of the Polish Mission who received the medal from Mayor Hylan on the steps of the City Hall are shown

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Poland wins award for July Fourth showing. Poland was awarded the first honor, a gold medal presented by the city of New York, for the best showing made in the Fourth of July parade in the city. Every nation represented by floats and marches turned out to show their loyalty to America and a medal was awarded for the greatest demonstration. Mme. Paderewski, head of the Polish White Cross in this country, and members of the Polish Mission who received the medal from Mayor Hylan on the steps of the City Hall are shown

PAGE, WILLIAM TYLER. CLERK OF THE HOUSE. AUTHOR OF 'AMERICA'S CREED' IN CONTEST SPONSORED BY BALTIMORE BOARD OF TRADE. PRESENTATION OF AWARD. PAGE AT RIGHT. 4 IN CENTER, LEFT TO RIGHT: MAYOR PRESTON, CHAMP CLARK, PH

PAGE, WILLIAM TYLER. CLERK OF THE HOUSE. AUTHOR OF 'AMERICA'S CREED' IN CONTEST SPONSORED BY BALTIMORE BOARD OF TRADE. PRESENTATION OF AWARD. PAGE AT RIGHT. 4 IN CENTER, LEFT TO RIGHT: MAYOR PRESTON, CHAMP CLARK, PH

[Sir Aukland Campbell Geddes presenting award to General John Pershing, in front of other men, all in dress uniform]

[Sir Aukland Campbell Geddes presenting award to General John Pershing, in front of other men, all in dress uniform]

[Swimmers with award cups. Washington, D.C.]

[Swimmers with award cups. Washington, D.C.]

Winners in National Spelling Bee received by President Coolidge. School children from all over the cou[...] who competed in the fourth annual National Spelling Bee held in Washington, were rece[...] by President Coolidge at the White House today. The winners are shown in the center of the group with the President. Reading left to right: Bessie Doig of Detroit, winner of the third award of $200; President Coolidge; Betty Robinson of South Bend, Indiana, the winner of the first prize of $1,000; and Pauline Gray, representing Akron, Ohio, winner of the second prize of $500

Winners in National Spelling Bee received by President Coolidge. School children from all over the cou[...] who competed in the fourth annual National Spelling Bee held in Washington, were rece[...] by President Coolidge at the White House today. The winners are shown in the center of the group with the President. Reading left to right: Bessie Doig of Detroit, winner of the third award of $200; President Coolidge; Betty Robinson of South Bend, Indiana, the winner of the first prize of $1,000; and Pauline Gray, representing Akron, Ohio, winner of the second prize of $500

[Swimmer with award cup. Washington, D.C.]

[Swimmer with award cup. Washington, D.C.]

Mrs. Hoover presents cup to boy winner at National 4-H Club Camp. Mrs. Hoover presenting to John C. Jackson of East Baton Rouge Parish, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the cup known as the Secretary of Agriculture Trophy, at the National Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club Camp held on the grounds of the Department of Agriculture in Washington. This award is made to the biy and girl selected as best typifying 4-H club work of the 700,000 rural boys and girls enrolled in the 4-H farm and home making clubs in the 48 states and Hawaii. Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde can be seen next to Mrs. Hoover

Mrs. Hoover presents cup to boy winner at National 4-H Club Camp. Mrs. Hoover presenting to John C. Jackson of East Baton Rouge Parish, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the cup known as the Secretary of Agriculture Trophy, at the National Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club Camp held on the grounds of the Department of Agriculture in Washington. This award is made to the biy and girl selected as best typifying 4-H club work of the 700,000 rural boys and girls enrolled in the 4-H farm and home making clubs in the 48 states and Hawaii. Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde can be seen next to Mrs. Hoover

Inventor of microphone to receive Franklin Gold Medal. On May 15th, Emile Berliner, Washington Scientist, will appear for the third time [...] the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, this time to receive their highest award, the Franklin Gold Medal. Diaphramed walls for perfecting acoustics in auditoriums is his latest achievement to attract their attention. His disc talking machine is, of course, known the world over, he is best known as the inventor of the microphone

Inventor of microphone to receive Franklin Gold Medal. On May 15th, Emile Berliner, Washington Scientist, will appear for the third time [...] the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, this time to receive their highest award, the Franklin Gold Medal. Diaphramed walls for perfecting acoustics in auditoriums is his latest achievement to attract their attention. His disc talking machine is, of course, known the world over, he is best known as the inventor of the microphone

Bridges. Simple, dignified design in the construction of a footbridge in a small town, necessitated by backflooding of the town creek when it became part of a reservoir. This bridge, located at Murphy, North Carolina, received the annual award of the American Steel Institute for all bridges under two hundred thousand dollars for 1939

Bridges. Simple, dignified design in the construction of a footbridge in a small town, necessitated by backflooding of the town creek when it became part of a reservoir. This bridge, located at Murphy, North Carolina, received the annual award of the American Steel Institute for all bridges under two hundred thousand dollars for 1939

MARINES AVIATION AWARD GIVEN. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESENTS FIRST LIEUTENANT DAVID LORD, COMMANDING OBSERVATION SQUADRON SEVEN OF THE MARINE CORPS, WITH THE HERBERT SCHIFF TROPHY, GIVEN ANNUALLY TO THE SQUADRON OR UNIT WHICH LOGS THE GREATEST NUMBER OF FLIGHT HOURS WITH THE MINIMUM OF ACCIDENTS. STANDING ON THE RIGHT IS COL. H.L. ROOSEVELT, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY

MARINES AVIATION AWARD GIVEN. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESENTS FIRST LIEUTENANT DAVID LORD, COMMANDING OBSERVATION SQUADRON SEVEN OF THE MARINE CORPS, WITH THE HERBERT SCHIFF TROPHY, GIVEN ANNUALLY TO THE SQUADRON OR UNIT WHICH LOGS THE GREATEST NUMBER OF FLIGHT HOURS WITH THE MINIMUM OF ACCIDENTS. STANDING ON THE RIGHT IS COL. H.L. ROOSEVELT, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY

AIR MAIL PILOT GETS HIGHEST MEDAL FOR BRAVERY. MAL FREEBURG, COMMERCIAL AIRMAIL PILOT, RECEIVES THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR FROM THE PRESIDENT, AND THUS BECOMES THE FIRST AIR MAIL PILOT EVER TO RECEIVE THIS AWARD FOR ACTS OF BRAVERY DURING PEACE TIMES. FROM THE LEFT: DAVID L. BEHNCKE, PRESIDENT OF THE AIR LINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION; W.W. HOWES, 2ND ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL IN CHARGE OF AIRMAIL; JESSE DONALDSON, DEPUTY TO MR. HOWE; REP. CLYDE KELLEY OF PA; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; PILOT FREEBURG RECEIVING MEDAL AND STEPHEN A. CESLER, SUPERINTENDENT OF AIR MAILS

AIR MAIL PILOT GETS HIGHEST MEDAL FOR BRAVERY. MAL FREEBURG, COMMERCIAL AIRMAIL PILOT, RECEIVES THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR FROM THE PRESIDENT, AND THUS BECOMES THE FIRST AIR MAIL PILOT EVER TO RECEIVE THIS AWARD FOR ACTS OF BRAVERY DURING PEACE TIMES. FROM THE LEFT: DAVID L. BEHNCKE, PRESIDENT OF THE AIR LINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION; W.W. HOWES, 2ND ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL IN CHARGE OF AIRMAIL; JESSE DONALDSON, DEPUTY TO MR. HOWE; REP. CLYDE KELLEY OF PA; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; PILOT FREEBURG RECEIVING MEDAL AND STEPHEN A. CESLER, SUPERINTENDENT OF AIR MAILS

CHIEF EXECUTIVE PRESENTS CHENEY AWARD. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, TODAY PRESENTED TO LIEUT. W.L. BOGEN; SERGT. D.D. DODD; AND SERGT. T.J. ROGERS, ALL OF THE ARMY AIR CORPS., WITH THE CHENEY AVIATION AWARD FOR 1933. THE AWARD IS GIVEN YEARLY FOR THE MOST HEROIC ACT IN CONNECTION WITH AIRCRAFT IN THE ARMY AIR CORPS. IN THE PHOTO, L TO R: LIEUT. BOGEN, SERGT. DODD, RECEIVING HIS AWARD FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, SERGT. ROGERS AND MAJOR GENERAL R.D. FOULOIS, CHIEF OF THE ARMY AIR CORPS

CHIEF EXECUTIVE PRESENTS CHENEY AWARD. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, TODAY PRESENTED TO LIEUT. W.L. BOGEN; SERGT. D.D. DODD; AND SERGT. T.J. ROGERS, ALL OF THE ARMY AIR CORPS., WITH THE CHENEY AVIATION AWARD FOR 1933. THE AWARD IS GIVEN YEARLY FOR THE MOST HEROIC ACT IN CONNECTION WITH AIRCRAFT IN THE ARMY AIR CORPS. IN THE PHOTO, L TO R: LIEUT. BOGEN, SERGT. DODD, RECEIVING HIS AWARD FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, SERGT. ROGERS AND MAJOR GENERAL R.D. FOULOIS, CHIEF OF THE ARMY AIR CORPS

PRESIDENT RECEIVES PAN AMERICAN AWARD. SPRUILLE BRANDEN, MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF THE PAN AMERICAN SOCIETY, MAKES THE PRESENTATION OF THE SOCIETY'S AWARD TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. THE AWARD WAS MADE FOR THE PRESIDENT'S 'GOOD NEIGHBOR' POLICY PROMOTING FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE NATIONS OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA

PRESIDENT RECEIVES PAN AMERICAN AWARD. SPRUILLE BRANDEN, MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF THE PAN AMERICAN SOCIETY, MAKES THE PRESENTATION OF THE SOCIETY'S AWARD TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. THE AWARD WAS MADE FOR THE PRESIDENT'S 'GOOD NEIGHBOR' POLICY PROMOTING FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE NATIONS OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA

PAN AMERICA SOCIETY HEAD GIVES MEDAL TO ROOSEVELT. JOHN L. MERRILL, PRESIDENT OF THE PAN AMERICAN SOCIETY, PLACES THE SOCIETY'S AWARD ABOUT THE NECK OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. SPRUILLE BRANDEN, MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY'S COUNCIL, IS DIRECTLY BEHIND THE PRESIDENT. THE AWARD WAS FOR ROOSEVELT'S POLICY PROMOTING FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE NATIONS OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE

PAN AMERICA SOCIETY HEAD GIVES MEDAL TO ROOSEVELT. JOHN L. MERRILL, PRESIDENT OF THE PAN AMERICAN SOCIETY, PLACES THE SOCIETY'S AWARD ABOUT THE NECK OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. SPRUILLE BRANDEN, MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY'S COUNCIL, IS DIRECTLY BEHIND THE PRESIDENT. THE AWARD WAS FOR ROOSEVELT'S POLICY PROMOTING FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE NATIONS OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE

Famous Army flyer receives award for development of blind flying. The coveted "Oak Leaf Cluster," an honor comparable to the Distinguished Flying Cross, was confered today on Capt. Albert F. Hegenberger of Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, for his development of blind flying. The secretary of War George H. Dern is shown making the award at the Army War College. Capt. Hegenberger has received the D.S.C. for his Hawaiian flight in 1928

Famous Army flyer receives award for development of blind flying. The coveted "Oak Leaf Cluster," an honor comparable to the Distinguished Flying Cross, was confered today on Capt. Albert F. Hegenberger of Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, for his development of blind flying. The secretary of War George H. Dern is shown making the award at the Army War College. Capt. Hegenberger has received the D.S.C. for his Hawaiian flight in 1928

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of Meritorious Service Award

Photograph of Meritorious Service Award

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of Presentation of Commendable Service Award

Photograph of Presentation of Commendable Service Award

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

L to r: Franchot Tone, Jerry Tone, brother, Dr. Frank Tone, Niagra Falls receiving Acheson Award

L to r: Franchot Tone, Jerry Tone, brother, Dr. Frank Tone, Niagra Falls receiving Acheson Award

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Receives millionth Red Cross award right. William Henry Nutt, of Perth Amboy, N.J. receives from Admiral Cary T. Grayson, chairman of the Red Cross, a certificate showing that he is one millionth man to take the Red Cross First Aid course. Miss Mabel T. Boardman, an officer of the Red Cross, also is in the picture. 11/14/35

Receives millionth Red Cross award right. William Henry Nutt, of Perth Amboy, N.J. receives from Admiral Cary T. Grayson, chairman of the Red Cross, a certificate showing that he is one millionth man to take the Red Cross First Aid course. Miss Mabel T. Boardman, an officer of the Red Cross, also is in the picture. 11/14/35

Photograph of Presentation of Award for Formation of the Union, James B. Rhoads, Archivist of the United States

Photograph of Presentation of Award for Formation of the Union, James B. Rhoads, Archivist of the United States

Photograph of Presentation of Award for Formation of the Union

Photograph of Presentation of Award for Formation of the Union

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony

Photograph of NARS Award Ceremony