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St. Bertin of Artois holding a staff and a book, with a kneeling donor

Queen, from a group of Donor Figures including a King, Queen, and Prince

Prince, from a group of Donor Figures including a King, Queen, and Prince

King, from a group of Donor Figures including a King, Queen, and Prince

The adoration of the Christ-child by the Magi, with male and female donor

Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, a male and a female donor, two coats of arms and a figure above (?; overpainted); frame includes Head of Christ and prophets, and praying angels

The Madonna and Child with a Female Martyr Saint, a Bishop Saint, and a Female Donor

Saint Michael and a Donor

Saint Germain and a Donor

Man of Sorrows with Kneeling Donor

Altar Shrine with Madonna and Child with Donor

Madonna and Child with Saint Catherine of Siena and a Carthusian Donor

Madonna and Child with the Donor, Pietro de' Lardi, Presented by Saint Nicholas

Virgin and Child with a Kneeling Donor, in a Quatrefoil

Madonna and Child with Two Angels and a Donor

Pièta: Mary mourning the dead Christ together with St. John and female donor(?)

Madonna: Mary enthroned, holding the Christ-child with kneeling female donor(?)

The Crucifixion, with a kneeling nun (donor?)

Virgin and Child with a Donor Presented by Saint Jerome

Head of a Donor

Mary with the Christ-child and a male and female donor; Moses and Aaron (background)

A Donor Presented by a Saint

A kneeling donor(?) at prayer

A woman at prayer (female donor?), with guardian angel

Plaque with Saints and Donor

Saint George and the Dragon, the Scourging of Christ and the Last Judgement, with donor figures and armorials

Stained Glass Panel with Saint Roch, the van Merle Family Arms and a Donor

David at prayer, with kneeling donor

Virgin & Child with Donor

Roundel with Saint Basil the Great with a Donor

The Crucifixion with Saints and a Donor

A donor and his sons protected by his patron, a bishop

St. Claude as bishop enthroned with donor and praying man (delivered from dead?)

St. John the Baptist standing behind donor, Hanns Baumgartner, and his family (one of a pair)

St. George standing behind kneeling donor, Jorig Baumgartner, and his family (one of a pair)

Madeleine de Grandpré as donor (one of a set of four)

Hesse de Linange as donor (one of a set of four)

Saint Catherine and Saint John with a donor and his wife

Fons Vitae: Christ on the cross in a fountain shedding his blood, with St. Catherine of Alexandria holding a sword and with a wheel at her feet, and with a female donor kneeling

Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saint Basil the Great and Saint John the Baptist and Donor

Figure of a donor

Madonna and Child with the Young Saint John the Baptist and a Donor

Christ Blessing, Surrounded by a Donor Family

Anna Muller as donor with her five sons

Design for a Choir Screen with Donor Statues flanking a Crucifix

Design for a Wall Tomb with a Variant and Statues of the Resurrected Christ and a kneeling Donor

The Virgin and child surrounded by saints and kneeling donor / AA, in Mantova, MDCX.

Virgin of the Rosary with Christ Child, God the Father and Holy Spirit, Saints and Donor

U.S. Reports: Ralston v. Turpin, 129 U.S. 663 (1889)

Donor, John - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Thirtieth Infantry, C - Fa - Louisiana

American Red Cross - N thru W - Wolf Tail, a full-blooded Blackfeet Indian, member of the Browning Red Cross Chapter; the largest Indian donor to Red Cross War fund in June; an active worker in the Membership Drive at Christmas and he says if the Government can use him he is ready for the call to war

American Red Cross - Ambulances - Red Cross Ambulances in England. American Red Cross ambulances just arrived from the United States, lined up in the heart of London for inspection by the American and British authorities. Each of these ambulances was the gift of a private donor, who name is inscribed on a brass plate. They have all been asisgned to duty in the Red Cross and army hospitals in England where American soldiers are being cared for during the period of convalescence

J. Stewart Whitham, left, runner up in golf tournament, J.D. Standish, Jr., center, [...] Michigan donor of Cup, and Dick Walsh, of New York, winner of cup of Nat'l Public Park Golf Tournament

PRESIDENT AWARDS SCHIFF TROPHY, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 14. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESENTING THE SCHIFF TROPHY FOR 1936 TO COMMANDER ANDREW C. McFALL, U.S.N., COMMANDER OF THE TRAINING SQUADRON 8 D 5 JUDGED TO BE THE MOST EFFICIENTLY OPERATED SQUADRON IN THE U.S. NAVAL AVIATION LAST YEAR. THE HERBERT SCHIFF TROPHY IS A MEMORIAL TO LIEUT. HERBERT SCHIFF, DECEASED, A NAVAL AVIATOR DURING THE WORLD WAR. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, WALTER C. B[...], WILLIAM SCHIFF, DONOR OF THE TROPHY AND BROTHER OF THE LATE LIEUT. SCHIFF, [...] COMDR. ANDREW C. McFALL; AND ADMIRAL WILLIAM D. LEAHY, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS

PRESIDENT PRESENTS SCHIFF TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 14. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY PRESENTED THE SCHIFF TROPHY TO COMMANDER ROBERT FULLER, COMMANDING OFFICER OF VP SQUADRON SEVEN OF THE FLEET BASE FORCE AT SAN DIEGO. THE TROPHY IS AWARDED ANNUALLY TO THE NAVAL FLYING UNIT WHICH HAS THE BEST RECORD FOR THE YEAR IN SAFETY IN THE AIR. COMMANDER FULLER ON THE LEFT IS BEING CONGRATULATED BY THE PRESIDENT, WHILE HERBERT SCHIFF, DONOR OF THE TROPHY, AND CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS ADMIRAL WILLIAM LEAHY, LOOK ON

The Joslyn mansion, Omaha, Nebraska. Joslyn, who made his fortune on a venereal disease "cure," is the donor and founder of Omaha's only art gallery

Transfusion donor bottles, Baxter Lab., Glenview, Ill. Formerly a sculptress and designer of tiles, Dorothy Cole converted her basement into a workshop to tin plate needles for valves for blood transfusion bottles prepared by Baxter Laboratories where she lives. She turns in her profits to war bonds to provide a college education for her young nephew

Transfusion donor bottles, Baxter Lab., Glenview, Ill.

Transfusion donor bottles, Baxter Lab., Glenview, Ill. Formerly a sculptress and designer of tiles, Dorothy Cole converted her basement into a workshop to tin plate needles for valves for blood transfusion bottles prepared by Baxter Laboratories where she lives. She turns in her profits to war bonds to provide a college education for her young nephew

Transfusion donor bottles, Baxter Lab., Glenview, Ill. Formerly a sculptress and designer of tiles, Dorothy Cole converted her basement into a workshop to tin plate needles for valves for blood transfusion bottles prepared by Baxter Laboratories where she lives. She turns in her profits to war bonds to provide a college education for her young nephew

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AWARDS THE SCHIFF TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 14. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESENTED THE SCHIFF TROPHY FOR MAXIMUM SAFETY IN NAVAL AVIATION OPERATIONS TO THE SEVENTH PATROL SQUADRON WHICH OPERATED 4,903 HOURS IN THE AIR FROM ITS SAN DIEGO BASE LAST YEAR WITHOUT AN ACCIDENT. DURING THE PERIOD OF COMPETITION, THE UNIT WAS KNOWN AS SQUADRON SEVEN, COMMANDED BY LT. COMMANDER SILAS B. MOORE WHO IS NOW STATIONED IN HONOLULU. BUT SINCE HAS BEEN REDESIGNATED AS SQUADRON ELEVEN, NOW COMMANDED BY LT. COMMANDER FRANK T. WARD, JR., WHO ACCEPTED THE TROPHY FROM THE PRESIDENT. L TO R: LT. COMMANDER FRANK T. WARD; WILLIAM SCHIFF, DONOR OF THE TROPHY; ACTING SECRETARY OF THE NAVY CHARLES EDISON; ADMIRAL WILLIAM R. STARK, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS; ADMIRAL J.H. TOWERS, CHIEF OF NAVAL AIR CORPS; AND WALTER C. BRYAN OF THE TROPHY COMMITTEE. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS SEATED

Volunteer blood donor giving her blood at a Red Cross donor center

Palo Alto, California. Frankie Albert, Stanford's All-American quarterback, and two nurses. He was one of the first to make an appointment to give his blood to the Red Cross blood donor service when the mobile unit visited Palo Alto

U.S. Reports: Helvering v. Stuart, 317 U.S. 154 (1942)

Production. Blood transfusion bottles. Preparing transfusion bottles for blood letting, Elizabeth Homan (left), and Nancy Synnestvedt, employees at Baxter Laboratories, Glenview, Illinois, are shown placing anti-coagulant solution in blood donor bottles

Salvage. New York local story. Keys to Uncle Sam's arsenal for democracy. Ranging in size form a tiny jewelcase opener to a massive half-pound brass device used in a French chateau grilled door, a donor turns over to the salvage drive more than 200 keys weighing five pounds, one ounce to Mrs. Mortimer Hess, vice chairman of the Women's Division of the New York City Salvage Committee at its headquarters in the Channing Building. Soon these keys will be on their way to the smelters to refine into new steel and brass to make America's guns and cartridges

Noston, Massachusetts. An American Red Cross ambulance used by the blood donor service

Washington, D.C. Mr. Lund, who is head of the District Red Cross, watching the testing of blood plasma at the District blood donor center

Production. Blood transfusion bottles. Valve needles for blood transfusion donor bottles are inspected for defects by Betty McGrath, an employee of Baxter Laboratories, Glenview, Illinois. Miss McGrath was formerly a waitress; her sister is an Army nurse

Salvage. New York local story. Keys to Uncle Sam's arsenal for democracy. Ranging in size form a tiny jewelcase opener to a massive half-pound brass device used in a French chateau grilled door, a donor turns over to the salvage drive more than 200 keys weighing five pounds, one ounce to Mrs. Mortimer Hess, vice chairman of the Women's Division of the New York City Salvage Committee at its headquarters in the Channing Building. Soon these keys will be on their way to the smelters to refine into new steel and brass to make America's guns and cartridges

Washington, D.C. Mr. Lund, who is the head of the District Red Cross, watching a volunteer blood donor give her blood at the Washington blood donor center

New York, New York. The War Emergency Board of the fur industry formed a fur vest project. Various fur factories donate the services of their employees one day a week to make fur-lined vests for the merchant marines. The fur is all from voluntary donations from the public. Unloading a new contribution of fur coats. Each donor is thanked individually by letter

New York, New York. The War Emergency Board of the fur industry formed a fur vest project. Various fur factories donate the services of their employees one day a week to make fur-lined vests for the merchant marines. The fur is all from voluntary donations from the public. Unloading a new contribution of fur coats. Each donor is thanked individually by letter

Production. Blood transfusion bottles. Formerly a medical technologist, Marjorie Major handles the assembly of blood donor and dispending sets at Baxter Laboratories Inc., Glenview, Illinois. Here she assembles the tubing and valves for sets which will go into Army use

Washington, D.C. Registration of a blood donor during the drive sponsored by Local 203 of the United Federal Workers of America, Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), and the personnel division of the United States Office of War Information (OWI)

Washington, D.C. American Red Cross volunteer nurse's aide offering refreshments to a blood donor at the center

Washington, D.C. Lineup of blood donor volunteers waiting to give a pint of blood at the American Red Cross

Washington, D.C. Lineup of blood donor volunteers waiting to give a pint of blood at the American Red Cross

Oswego, New York. Blood donor clinic held for several days in the Elks' Club. There were 1000 volunteers, and the Red Cross handled ten every fifteen minutes during the campaign

Washington, D.C. A blood donor enjoying a glass of water before leaving the American Red Cross center

Washington, D.C. A nurses' aide assisting at the American Red Cross blood donor center

Oswego, New York. Blood donor clinic held for several days in the Elks' Club. There were 1,000 volunteers, and the Red Cross handled ten every fifteen minutes during the campaign

Washington, D.C. Her application blank filled out, a prospective blood donor awaiting the medical examination

Oswego, New York. Red Cross blood donor service cars from Syracuse, New York parked outside the post office. One thousand Oswegans volunteered to give their blood, and the Red Cross handled ten every fifteen minutes during the campaign

Washington, D.C. A blood donor waiting for a cup of coffee after having given a pint of blood to the bank at the American Red Cross

Oswego, New York. Blood donor clinic held for several days in the Elks' Club. There were 1,000 volunteers, and the Red Cross handled ten every fifteen minutes during the campaign

Washington, D.C. Entrance to the American Red Cross blood donor center

Washington, D.C. Sign outside the American Red Cross blood donor center

Washington, D.C. Blood donor at the American Red Cross blood bank

Washington, D.C. A WAVE (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) hangs her hat at the American Red Cross blood donor center prior to giving blood to the bank

Washington, D.C. After giving blood, a donor must hold his arm in this position for a few minutes

Oswego, New York. Blood donor clinic held for several days in the Elks' Club. There were 1,000 volunteers, and the Red Cross handled ten every fifteen minutes

Mrs. Evelyn Hauser, Red Corss nurse, prepares a volunteer blood donor at San Quentin for his donation. During the Red Cross mobile unit's visit to the penitentiary, 150 prisoners gave blood and more than twice that number volunteered but were unable to give to the bank because of lack of time and equipment

Washington, D.C. Entrance to the American Red Cross blood donor center

Blood Donor - Cannon, Cathy

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