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Receiving a rehabilitation check. Dona Ana Co., N.M.

Receiving a rehabilitation check. Dona Ana Co., N.M.

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Leonardo

Dona Mitilena, from Recueil de diverses fig.res étrangeres Inventées par F. Boucher P.tre du Roy et Gravées par F. Ravenet (Collection of Various Foreign Figures, Devised by F. Boucher, Painter of the King and Engraved [etched] by F. Ravenet), plate 3

Dona Mitilena, from Recueil de diverses fig.res étrangeres Inventées par F. Boucher P.tre du Roy et Gravées par F. Ravenet (Collection of Various Foreign Figures, Devised by F. Boucher, Painter of the King and Engraved [etched] by F. Ravenet), plate 3

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Leonardo

A Plan of London on the Same Scale as that of Paris : In order to as certair the Difference of the Extent of these two Rivals, the Abbe de la Grives Plan of Paris, & that of London by J. Rocque have been divided into equal Squares where London Contains 39, and Paris but 29, So that the Superficie of London is to that of Paris as 39 to 29 or as 5455 Acres to 4028, there are exceeds Paris, bx 1472 Acves, the farmer being a 1/2 square Miles & Pais only 6 1/3 by J. Rocque Chorographe to his Maesty = Plan de Londres &C. Sur la même Echelle que Celui de Paris : afin de constater la Difference en Grandeur de ces deux Rivals on a devise Le Plan de Paris par Mr. l'Abbe de la Grivem, et, celui de Londres par J. Rocque, par desquarré dona Londres en Continent 39 & Paris 29 Chaquequarre etant de 168440 Toesas en & superficie, ce qui donne 7339 Arpens pour la sourface de, Londres, et 5416 pour celle de Paris les surplus pour Londres et done de 1923 Arpens Por J. Rocke Chorographe de Botannique ; R. Parr Sculp [mapa]

A Plan of London on the Same Scale as that of Paris : In order to as certair the Difference of the Extent of these two Rivals, the Abbe de la Grives Plan of Paris, & that of London by J. Rocque have been divided into equal Squares where London Contains 39, and Paris but 29, So that the Superficie of London is to that of Paris as 39 to 29 or as 5455 Acres to 4028, there are exceeds Paris, bx 1472 Acves, the farmer being a 1/2 square Miles & Pais only 6 1/3 by J. Rocque Chorographe to his Maesty = Plan de Londres &C. Sur la même Echelle que Celui de Paris : afin de constater la Difference en Grandeur de ces deux Rivals on a devise Le Plan de Paris par Mr. l'Abbe de la Grivem, et, celui de Londres par J. Rocque, par desquarré dona Londres en Continent 39 & Paris 29 Chaquequarre etant de 168440 Toesas en & superficie, ce qui donne 7339 Arpens pour la sourface de, Londres, et 5416 pour celle de Paris les surplus pour Londres et done de 1923 Arpens Por J. Rocke Chorographe de Botannique ; R. Parr Sculp [mapa]

Cortége du baptême de la princesse royale Dona Maria de Gloria à Rio de Janeiro.

Cortége du baptême de la princesse royale Dona Maria de Gloria à Rio de Janeiro.

Dona Manuela Perea, known as La Nena, and the Spanish bolero dancer Don Felix Garcia, in the Spanish national dance, bolero caleta

Dona Manuela Perea, known as La Nena, and the Spanish bolero dancer Don Felix Garcia, in the Spanish national dance, bolero caleta

GALA BALL IN HONOR OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES INFANTA DONA EULALIA AND INFANTE DON ANTONIO [held by] CIRCULO COLON-CERVANTES [at] "MADISON SQUARE CONCET HALL, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (CONCERT HALL);)

GALA BALL IN HONOR OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES INFANTA DONA EULALIA AND INFANTE DON ANTONIO [held by] CIRCULO COLON-CERVANTES [at] "MADISON SQUARE CONCET HALL, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (CONCERT HALL);)

GALA BALL IN HONOR OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES INFANTA DONA EULALIA AND INFANTE DON ANTONIO [held by] CIRCULO COLON-CERVANTES [at] "MADISON SQUARE CONCET HALL, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (CONCERT HALL);)

GALA BALL IN HONOR OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES INFANTA DONA EULALIA AND INFANTE DON ANTONIO [held by] CIRCULO COLON-CERVANTES [at] "MADISON SQUARE CONCET HALL, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (CONCERT HALL);)

GALA BALL IN HONOR OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES INFANTA DONA EULALIA AND INFANTE DON ANTONIO [held by] CIRCULO COLON-CERVANTES [at] "MADISON SQUARE CONCET HALL, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (CONCERT HALL);)

GALA BALL IN HONOR OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES INFANTA DONA EULALIA AND INFANTE DON ANTONIO [held by] CIRCULO COLON-CERVANTES [at] "MADISON SQUARE CONCET HALL, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (CONCERT HALL);)

GALA BALL IN HONOR OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES INFANTA DONA EULALIA AND INFANTE DON ANTONIO [held by] CIRCULO COLON-CERVANTES [at] "MADISON SQUARE CONCET HALL, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (CONCERT HALL);)

GALA BALL IN HONOR OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES INFANTA DONA EULALIA AND INFANTE DON ANTONIO [held by] CIRCULO COLON-CERVANTES [at] "MADISON SQUARE CONCET HALL, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (CONCERT HALL);)

[De la enfanta Dona Margarita de Austria]

[De la enfanta Dona Margarita de Austria]

Dona Matilde Broughton Jaridenes

Dona Matilde Broughton Jaridenes

VILLEGAS, DONA H.H. SENORA

VILLEGAS, DONA H.H. SENORA

Dona Marchland, 1187 Pleasant St., at door of home which is on top floor. Has been doffer in Spinning Room of Cartwright Mills 5 mos. Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Dona Marchland, 1187 Pleasant St., at door of home which is on top floor. Has been doffer in Spinning Room of Cartwright Mills 5 mos.  Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Aus dem zerschossenen S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Aus dem zerschossenen S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Aus dem zerstörten S.Dona 26.2.18.

Aus dem zerstörten S.Dona 26.2.18.

Aus S.Dona a.d.Piave 20.6.18. Reservat

Aus S.Dona a.d.Piave 20.6.18. Reservat

Von Italienern zerschossene Häuser in S.Dona 8.2.18.

Von Italienern zerschossene Häuser in S.Dona 8.2.18.

Von Italienern zerschossene Kirche in S.Dona 8.2.18.

Von Italienern zerschossene Kirche in S.Dona 8.2.18.

Strasse in S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Strasse in S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Minenvolltreffer in einem Hause in S.Dona 7.1.18.

Minenvolltreffer in einem Hause in S.Dona 7.1.18.

S.Dona a.d. Piave 26.2.18.

S.Dona a.d. Piave 26.2.18.

Friedhofsmauer in S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Friedhofsmauer in S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Aus dem zerschossenen S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Aus dem zerschossenen S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Von Italienern zerstörter Wasserturm in S.Dona 27.2.18.

Von Italienern zerstörter Wasserturm in S.Dona 27.2.18.

Von Italien.zerschossenes Bankgebäude in S.Dona 26.2.18

Von Italien.zerschossenes Bankgebäude in S.Dona 26.2.18

Aus dem zerstörten S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Aus dem zerstörten S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Ruinen von S.Dona a.d.Piave 18.6.18.

Ruinen von S.Dona a.d.Piave 18.6.18.

Mit schweren Minen zerschossene Strassenfront in S.Dona 7.1.18.

Mit schweren Minen zerschossene Strassenfront in S.Dona 7.1.18.

Hauptstrasse in S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Hauptstrasse in S.Dona di Piave 7.1.18.

Von Italien.zerschossenes Gebäude in S.Dona 26.2.18.

Von Italien.zerschossenes Gebäude in S.Dona 26.2.18.

Dona Nobis Pacem [Give Us Peace]

Dona Nobis Pacem [Give Us Peace]

Mexican President-Elect at White House. The Mexican President-Elect was received at the White House today by President and Mrs. Hoover. This picture was made on the main steps of the White House at the conclusion of the call. In the group, left to right: Mrs. Stimson, secretary of State, Senora Dona Yvonne Lynch de Campos-Ortiz, wife of the first Secretary of the Mexican Embassy, President-elect Rubio, President Hoover, Senora Rubio, Mrs. Hoover and Ambassador Rellez

Mexican President-Elect at White House. The Mexican President-Elect was received at the White House today by President and Mrs. Hoover. This picture was made on the main steps of the White House at the conclusion of the call. In the group, left to right: Mrs. Stimson, secretary of State, Senora Dona Yvonne Lynch de Campos-Ortiz, wife of the first Secretary of the Mexican Embassy, President-elect Rubio, President Hoover, Senora Rubio, Mrs. Hoover and Ambassador Rellez

Mexican rehabilitation clients. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Mexican rehabilitation clients. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Irrigating a field. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Irrigating a field. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Receiving a rehabilitation check. Dona Ana Co., N.M.

Receiving a rehabilitation check. Dona Ana Co., N.M.

Irrigating a field. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Irrigating a field. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Farmer of the Rio Grande Valley coming home from town. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Farmer of the Rio Grande Valley coming home from town. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Rehabilitation client listing field before irrigating. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Rehabilitation client listing field before irrigating. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Mexican rehabilitation client inside jacal. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Mexican rehabilitation client inside jacal. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Rehabilitation client and stallion obtained through rehabilitation loan. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Rehabilitation client and stallion obtained through rehabilitation loan. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Wife of rehabilitation client. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Wife of rehabilitation client. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Rehabilitation clients. Mexican jacal on left in which they formerly lived and new houses built through Rettlement Administration loan. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

Rehabilitation clients. Mexican jacal on left in which they formerly lived and new houses built through Rettlement Administration loan. Dona Ana County, New Mexico

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Dona Russell, 435th Combat Support Group, assists in the raising of the United States flag during the dedication of the Luftbrucke Memorial. The monument, a symbolic western bridge, is a replica of the Berlin Airlift Memorial at Berlin`s Tempelhof Central Airport and is dedicated to the men who died during the 1948-1949 Berlin airlift

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Dona Russell, 435th Combat Support Group, assists in the raising of the United States flag during the dedication of the Luftbrucke Memorial. The monument, a symbolic western bridge, is a replica of the Berlin Airlift Memorial at Berlin`s Tempelhof Central Airport and is dedicated to the men who died during the 1948-1949 Berlin airlift

Air to air view of a Russian MI-35P and MI-24D Hind attack helicopter in-flight. The Russian helicopters are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, Biggs Army Airfield, Texas and are used to simulate attacks on various defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas, during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Air to air view of a Russian MI-35P and MI-24D Hind attack helicopter in-flight. The Russian helicopters are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, Biggs Army Airfield, Texas and are used to simulate attacks on various defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas, during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

An MI-35P Hind Russian attack helicopter, simulates ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, at Biggs Army Airfield, in suport of ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

An MI-35P Hind Russian attack helicopter, simulates ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, at Biggs Army Airfield, in suport of ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Mr. Reed T. Kimzey talks to a crew chief (not shown) of the Russian AN-2 Colt (background), after a simulated ground attack mission against various air defense targets on Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Members of Optec Threat Support Activity at Biggs Army Airfield, in support of ROVING SANDS 97 operate the Russian aircraft. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Mr. Reed T. Kimzey talks to a crew chief (not shown) of the Russian AN-2 Colt (background), after a simulated ground attack mission against various air defense targets on Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Members of Optec Threat Support Activity at Biggs Army Airfield, in support of ROVING SANDS 97 operate the Russian aircraft. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Crew chiefs ready a MI-35P Hind, Russian attack helicopter for a attack mission against various air defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The MI-35Ps are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, Biggs Army Airfield, Texas during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Crew chiefs ready a MI-35P Hind, Russian attack helicopter for a attack mission against various air defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The MI-35Ps are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, Biggs Army Airfield, Texas during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

An MI-35P "Hind" Russian attack helicopter simulates ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Operational Testa and Evaluation, Threat Support Activity, at Biggs Army Airfield, TX, in support of Exercise ROVING SANDS '97, 21 April 1997

An MI-35P "Hind" Russian attack helicopter simulates ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Operational Testa and Evaluation, Threat Support Activity, at Biggs Army Airfield, TX, in support of Exercise ROVING SANDS '97, 21 April 1997

A MI-35P Hind, Russian attack helicopter flies low over Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The MI-35Ps are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, Biggs Army Airfield, Texas during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

A MI-35P Hind, Russian attack helicopter flies low over Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The MI-35Ps are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, Biggs Army Airfield, Texas during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Aerial view as a Russian MI-24 Hind attack helicopter simulates ground attacks on an air defense site at Dona Ana range, Fort, Bliss Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Aerial view as a Russian MI-24 Hind attack helicopter simulates ground attacks on an air defense site at Dona Ana range, Fort, Bliss Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Aerial view of two Russian MI-24 Hind attack helicopters as they simulate ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Aerial view of two Russian MI-24 Hind attack helicopters as they simulate ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity during the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Two Russian MI-24 Hind attack helicopters, simulate ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopters are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity at Biggs Army Airfield, in suport of ROVING SANDS '97; a joint service exercise designed to improve air defense capabilities

Two Russian MI-24 Hind attack helicopters, simulate ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopters are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity at Biggs Army Airfield, in suport of ROVING SANDS '97; a joint service exercise designed to improve air defense capabilities

Medical personnel, from the German Air Froce Rescue center #1, carry a simulated casualty on a stretcher during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Medical personnel, from the German Air Froce Rescue center #1, carry a simulated casualty on a stretcher during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

A German UH-1 rescue helicopter, from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, prepares to take off from the mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

A German UH-1 rescue helicopter, from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, prepares to take off from the mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

German soldiers in mock injuries are introduced by Lieutenant Colonel Ziegeltrum, commander of the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, prior to their participation in a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Texas. The Germans were demonstrating their rescue techniques to members of the US Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital, Orogrande, New Mexico, during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

German soldiers in mock injuries are introduced by Lieutenant Colonel Ziegeltrum, commander of the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, prior to their participation in a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Texas. The Germans were demonstrating their rescue techniques to members of the US Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital, Orogrande, New Mexico, during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

German soldiers in mock injuries are introduced by their commander Lieutenant Colonel Ziegeltrum, Commander of the German Air Force Rescue Center #1 prior to their participation in a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, New Mexico, on April 25, 1997. The Germans were demonstrating their rescue techniques to members of the United States Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital, Orogrande, New Mexico, during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

German soldiers in mock injuries are introduced by their commander Lieutenant Colonel Ziegeltrum, Commander of the German Air Force Rescue Center #1 prior to their participation in a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, New Mexico, on April 25, 1997. The Germans were demonstrating their rescue techniques to members of the United States Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital, Orogrande, New Mexico, during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

A medical technician from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1 secures a simulated accident victim and stretcher inside an ambulance during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

A medical technician from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1 secures a simulated accident victim and stretcher inside an ambulance during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

German soldiers inside a vehicle, which was involved in a simulated accident, play fake casualties as they wait for the start of a mass casualty exercise at Fort Bliss' Dona Ana Range. The Germans participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise demonstrate their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico,

German soldiers inside a vehicle, which was involved in a simulated accident, play fake casualties as they wait for the start of a mass casualty exercise at Fort Bliss' Dona Ana Range. The Germans participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise demonstrate their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico,

A simulated casualty of an accident is removed from the vehicle by medical personnel, from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers demonstrated their rescue techniques while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

A simulated casualty of an accident is removed from the vehicle by medical personnel, from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers demonstrated their rescue techniques while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

Medical personnel from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, place stretchers with simulated casualty, from the simulated vehicle crash in the background, on the ground during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrand, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

Medical personnel from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, place stretchers with simulated casualty, from the simulated vehicle crash in the background, on the ground during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrand, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

A soldier from German Air Force Rescue Center #1 has makeup applied to simualte a head injury prior to his participation in a mass casualty exercise at Fort Bliss' Dona Ana Range. The Germans participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise demonstrate their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico

A soldier from German Air Force Rescue Center #1 has makeup applied to simualte a head injury prior to his participation in a mass casualty exercise at Fort Bliss' Dona Ana Range. The Germans participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise demonstrate their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico

Flight Surgeon, LTC Martin Hannig, German Air Force Rescue Center #1 is interviewed for television by SPC Moore of the U.S. Army's 982nd Combat Camera after an assessment of the mass casualty exercise held at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers demonstrated their rescue techniques while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

Flight Surgeon, LTC Martin Hannig, German Air Force Rescue Center #1 is interviewed for television by SPC Moore of the U.S. Army's 982nd Combat Camera after an assessment of the mass casualty exercise held at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers demonstrated their rescue techniques while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

German medical personnel from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1 at Dona Ana Range, New Mexico, rescue a simulated accident victim during a mass casualty exercise. The Germans were demonstrating their rescue techniques to members of the United States Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital, Orogrande, New Mexico, during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

German medical personnel from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1 at Dona Ana Range, New Mexico, rescue a simulated accident victim during a mass casualty exercise. The Germans were demonstrating their rescue techniques to members of the United States Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital, Orogrande, New Mexico, during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

German medical personnel from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1 at Dona Ana Range, Texas, react to a mass casualty exercise. The Germans are demonstrating their rescue techniques to members of the US Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital, Orogrande, New Mexico, during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

German medical personnel from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1 at Dona Ana Range, Texas, react to a mass casualty exercise. The Germans are demonstrating their rescue techniques to members of the US Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital, Orogrande, New Mexico, during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

An Army van is crashed into the side of a larger vehicle in a simulated accident during a mass casualty exercise staged at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. German soldiers, simulated victims inside the vehicle, are from the German Air Froce Rescue Center #1 participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

An Army van is crashed into the side of a larger vehicle in a simulated accident during a mass casualty exercise staged at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. German soldiers, simulated victims inside the vehicle, are from the German Air Froce Rescue Center #1 participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Simulated casualties, from a vehicle accident, on stretcher placed on the ground are attended to by medical personnel, from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

Simulated casualties, from a vehicle accident, on stretcher placed on the ground are attended to by medical personnel, from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

A simulated casualty of an accident is removed from the vehicle by medical personnel, from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

A simulated casualty of an accident is removed from the vehicle by medical personnel, from the German Air Force Rescue Center #1, during a mass casualty exercise at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, Texas. The German soldiers, are demonstrating their rescue techniques to the U.S. Army's 396th Combat Support Hospital personnel from Orogrande, New Mexico, while participating in the world's largest joint service, multi-nation tactical air operations exercise

In Dona Ana, Texas, a mass casualty assessment by the German Air Force took place for Roving Sands '97. Here two German medics assess the damage of a simulated casualty from a car wreck victim during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

In Dona Ana, Texas, a mass casualty assessment by the German Air Force took place for Roving Sands '97. Here two German medics assess the damage of a simulated casualty from a car wreck victim during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Flooding ^ Severe Storm - Grand Forks, N. D. , April 20, 2009 -- FEMA Geologist Dona Boreck search for high water marks in Grand Forks Park. Many areas of North Dakota were covered with flood water, weeks after the storms and floods occurred in March. Eliud Echevarria/ FEMA

Flooding ^ Severe Storm - Grand Forks, N. D. , April 20, 2009 --  FEMA Geologist Dona Boreck search for high water marks in Grand Forks Park. Many areas of North Dakota were covered with flood water, weeks after the storms and floods occurred in March. Eliud Echevarria/ FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 24, 2011 -- Dona Young rests on her cot at the Red Cross shelter in South Minot. Mrs. Youngs's house was inundated with water from the Souris River and was forced to evacuate. Burleigh and Ward counties were designated a federal disaster area, opening the way for federal disaster assistance from FEMA. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 24, 2011 -- Dona Young rests on her cot at the Red Cross shelter in South Minot. Mrs. Youngs's house was inundated with water from the Souris River and was forced to evacuate. Burleigh and Ward counties were designated a federal disaster area, opening the way for federal disaster assistance from FEMA.  Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 24, 2011 -- Dona Young (left) talks with Red Cross volunteer, Heather Ellis at the Red Cross shelter in South Minot. Mrs. Youngs's house was inundated with water from the Souris River and was forced to evacuate. Burleigh and Ward counties were designated a federal disaster area, opening the way for federal disaster assistance from FEMA. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 24, 2011 -- Dona Young (left) talks with Red Cross volunteer, Heather Ellis at the Red Cross shelter in South Minot. Mrs. Youngs's house was inundated with water from the Souris River and was forced to evacuate. Burleigh and Ward counties were designated a federal disaster area, opening the way for federal disaster assistance from FEMA.  Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 26, 2011 -- Dona Young (94 years old) rests on her cot at the Red Cross shelter in South Minot. Mrs. Youngs's house was inundated with water from the Souris River and was forced to evacuate. Burleigh and Ward counties were designated a federal disaster area, opening the way for federal disaster assistance from FEMA. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 26, 2011 -- Dona Young (94 years old) rests on her cot at the Red Cross shelter in South Minot. Mrs. Youngs's house was inundated with water from the Souris River and was forced to evacuate. Burleigh and Ward counties were designated a federal disaster area, opening the way for federal disaster assistance from FEMA. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 26, 2011 -- Dona Young (right) talks with Red Cross volunteer, Heather Ellis at the Red Cross shelter in South Minot. Mrs. Youngs's house was inundated with water from the Souris River and was forced to evacuate. Burleigh and Ward counties were designated a federal disaster area, opening the way for federal disaster assistance from FEMA. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 26, 2011 -- Dona Young (right) talks with Red Cross volunteer, Heather Ellis at the Red Cross shelter in South Minot. Mrs. Youngs's house was inundated with water from the Souris River and was forced to evacuate. Burleigh and Ward counties were designated a federal disaster area, opening the way for federal disaster assistance from FEMA.  Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 27, 2011 -- Robin Finegan (center), Administrator, FEMA Region VIII, and Stacie Greff (left), external affairs officer, listen to disaster survivor, Dona Young at the Red Cross Shelter in the auditorium in South Minot, North Dakota. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 27, 2011 -- Robin Finegan (center), Administrator, FEMA Region VIII, and Stacie Greff (left), external affairs officer, listen to disaster survivor, Dona Young at the Red Cross Shelter in the auditorium in South Minot, North Dakota. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 27, 2011 -- Robin Finegan, FEMA Region VIII Administrator, listens to disaster survivor, Dona Young at the Red Cross Shelter in the Auditorium in South Minot, North Dakota. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 27, 2011 -- Robin Finegan, FEMA Region VIII Administrator, listens to disaster survivor, Dona Young at the Red Cross Shelter in the Auditorium in South Minot, North Dakota. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 29, 2011 -- Richard Serino, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) deputy administrator, visits with disaster survivor Dona Young at the Red Cross shelter in Minot, North Dakota. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 29, 2011 -- Richard Serino, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) deputy administrator, visits with disaster survivor Dona Young at the Red Cross shelter in Minot, North Dakota. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Dona Diabla mural, San Francisco, California

Dona Diabla mural, San Francisco, California

Casal girl boy, people.

Casal girl boy, people.

Marriage woman dona, beauty fashion.

Marriage woman dona, beauty fashion.

Kiss marriage woman, beauty fashion.

Kiss marriage woman, beauty fashion.

[Dona i nen]

[Dona i nen]

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Leonardo

[Retrat de dona]

[Retrat de dona]

Dona, Nicolo

Dona, Nicolo

St. Francis de Sales Church, Rodey, Dona Ana County, NM

St. Francis de Sales Church, Rodey, Dona Ana County, NM

Dona Bertha Lutz of Argentine, 4/27/25

Dona Bertha Lutz of Argentine, 4/27/25

[Retrat de dona]

[Retrat de dona]

Dona, Nicolo

Dona, Nicolo

Dona, Francesco

Dona, Francesco

Dona, Francesco

Dona, Francesco

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Leonardo

[Retrat de dona]

[Retrat de dona]

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Francesco

Dona, Francesco

Dona, Francesco

Dona, Francesco

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Leonardo

Dona, Nicolo

Dona, Nicolo