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Potomac Electric Power Co. Buzzard Point plant. Transformer enclosures in concrete at Buzzard Point plant

Kenya Colony. Kisumu. Air view. Distant view from across the bay showing landing ground and hangar (in middle distance) and native "bomas" protected by circular enclosures (in foreground)

Production. B-25 "Billy Mitchell" bombers. A woman employee in the enclosures department at the Inglewood, California, plant of North American Aviation assembled the windshield on a B-25 bomber. In addition to the battle-tested B-25 "Billy Mitchell" bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, this plant produces the P-51 "Mustang" fighter plane which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. Forming lucite (a shatter-proof plastic "glass") for war plane enclosures requires extreme care. Here an employee at North American Aviation's Inglewood, California plant cleans a mold with compressed air before forming the part. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. After lucite (a shatter-proof plastic "glass") is formed for transparent enclosures, the edges are cut to the right size on an enemy wheel at the North American Aviation plant at Inglewood, California. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. A woman employee in the enclosures department of North American Aviation's Inglewood, California, plant, inspects a tail cone for flaws before it moves to the assembly department. This plant produces the battle tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Edna, Texas. Enclosures for collecting scrap iron

Photograph of Deer Enclosures at Cochran Lake

Two of the most promising mine countermeasures (MSM) systems in the U. S. Navy's inventory are the Remote Minehunting Operational Prototype (RMOP) and the Marine Mammal (dolphin) System. The EMOP was developed at Coastal systems Station of Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division. The MMS dolphins are normally housed in open-water enclosures and work untethered in the open ocean. Although free to swim away and join wild dolphins, these Navy mine hunters choose to stay and work with their handlers and have proved extremely reliable since first introduction to the Navy in the early 1970s. Exact Date Shot Unknown

STS078-305-037 - STS-078 - AEM, Kregel checks the status of the middeck locker experiment

Sign: "Take photographs and view farm from this point Do not enter enclosures"

STS078-305-036 - STS-078 - AEM, Kregel checks the status of the middeck locker experiment

STS078-305-032 - STS-078 - AEM, Kregel checks the status of the middeck locker experiment

STS078-305-030 - STS-078 - AEM, Kregel checks the status of the middeck locker experiment

STS078-305-031 - STS-078 - AEM, Kregel checks the status of the middeck locker experiment

STS078-305-033 - STS-078 - AEM, Kregel checks the status of the middeck locker experiment

Summer naturalist Michelle Bragg leading park guests on a fern walk entitled "Fiddleheads and Fronds"

Cardinal flower (Lobelia) blooming in the ruins of Sewell, an early coal and coke town in the New River Gorge

Campfire songbook used in state parks throughout West Virginia

Abandoned power house in ruins

"Safety Board" with statistics obscured

Mouth of closed mine

S125E007391 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS5 Feustel and MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007392 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS5 Feustel and MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007389 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS5 Feustel and MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007388 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS5 Feustel and MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007374 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007390 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS5 Feustel and MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007386 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS5 Feustel and MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007393 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS5 Feustel and MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007387 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS5 Feustel and MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007377 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

S125E007376 - STS-125 - STS-125 MS3 Grunsfeld during EVA1

Director's Colloquium; Dr Jonathan Trent, Physical Scientist with NASA Ames Bioengineering Branch presents 'OMEGA and the Future of Aviation Fuels) Abstract: Offshore Membrane Enclosures for Growing Algae (OMEGA) is an innovative approach to growing oil-producing, freshwater algea in off shore enclosures, using municipal wastewater that is currently dumped into the ocean at a rate of >35 billion gals/day. ARC-2010-ACD10-0019-005

Director's Colloquium; Dr Jonathan Trent, Physical Scientist with NASA Ames Bioengineering Branch presents 'OMEGA and the Future of Aviation Fuels) Abstract: Offshore Membrane Enclosures for Growing Algae (OMEGA) is an innovative approach to growing oil-producing, freshwater algea in off shore enclosures, using municipal wastewater that is currently dumped into the ocean at a rate of >35 billion gals/day. ARC-2010-ACD10-0019-009

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- On Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians remove a few items from space shuttle Discovery's middeck payload, including food, prior to a tanking test planned for no earlier than Dec. 15. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to the external fuel tank's newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP) and the intertank's stringers, which are 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets located on the intertank, during loading of cryogenic propellants. Technicians already installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5836

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- On Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians remove a few items from space shuttle Discovery's middeck payload, including food, prior to a tanking test planned for no earlier than Dec. 15. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to the external fuel tank's newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP) and the intertank's stringers, which are 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets located on the intertank, during loading of cryogenic propellants. Technicians already installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5839

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- On Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians remove a few items from space shuttle Discovery's middeck payload, including food, prior to a tanking test planned for no earlier than Dec. 15. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to the external fuel tank's newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP) and the intertank's stringers, which are 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets located on the intertank, during loading of cryogenic propellants. Technicians already installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5837

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- On Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians remove a few items from space shuttle Discovery's middeck payload, including food, prior to a tanking test planned for no earlier than Dec. 15. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to the external fuel tank's newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP) and the intertank's stringers, which are 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets located on the intertank, during loading of cryogenic propellants. Technicians already installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5838

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- On Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians remove a few items from space shuttle Discovery's middeck payload, including food, prior to a tanking test planned for no earlier than Dec. 15. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to the external fuel tank's newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP) and the intertank's stringers, which are 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets located on the intertank, during loading of cryogenic propellants. Technicians already installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5840

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- On Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians removed a few items from space shuttle Discovery's middeck payload, including food, prior to a tanking test planned for no earlier than Dec. 15. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to the external fuel tank's newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP) and the intertank's stringers, which are 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets located on the intertank, during loading of cryogenic propellants. Technicians already installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5843

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- On Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians remove a few items from space shuttle Discovery's middeck payload, including food, prior to a tanking test planned for no earlier than Dec. 15. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to the external fuel tank's newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP) and the intertank's stringers, which are 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets located on the intertank, during loading of cryogenic propellants. Technicians already installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5841

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Technicians prepare space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank for a tanking test no earlier than Dec. 15 on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets, called stringers, located at the intertank, as well as the newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP), during the loading of cryogenic propellants. Teams already have installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5833

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- On Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians remove a few items from space shuttle Discovery's middeck payload, including food, prior to a tanking test planned for no earlier than Dec. 15. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to the external fuel tank's newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP) and the intertank's stringers, which are 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets located on the intertank, during loading of cryogenic propellants. Technicians already installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5842

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Technicians prepare space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank for a tanking test no earlier than Dec. 15 on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets, called stringers, located at the intertank, as well as the newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP), during the loading of cryogenic propellants. Teams already have installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2010-5834

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Technicians prepare space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank for a tanking test no earlier than Dec. 15 on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets, called stringers, located at the intertank, as well as the newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP), during the loading of cryogenic propellants. Teams already have installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Frank Michaux KSC-2010-5847

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Technicians prepare space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank for a tanking test no earlier than Dec. 15 on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets, called stringers, located at the intertank, as well as the newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP), during the loading of cryogenic propellants. Teams already have installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Frank Michaux KSC-2010-5844

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Technicians prepare space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank for a tanking test no earlier than Dec. 15 on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets, called stringers, located at the intertank, as well as the newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP), during the loading of cryogenic propellants. Teams already have installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Frank Michaux KSC-2010-5845

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Technicians prepare space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank for a tanking test no earlier than Dec. 15 on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During the test, engineers will monitor what happens to 21-foot long, U-shaped aluminum brackets, called stringers, located at the intertank, as well as the newly replaced ground umbilical carrier plate (GUCP), during the loading of cryogenic propellants. Teams already have installed environmental enclosures on the tank, removed foam and prepared the tank's skin for approximately 89 strain gauges and thermocouples. Discovery's first launch attempt for STS-133 was scrubbed in early November due to a hydrogen gas leak at GUCP. The next launch opportunity is no earlier than Feb. 3, 2011. For more information on STS-133, visit www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts133/. Photo credit: NASA/Frank Michaux KSC-2010-5846

John Harvie to Thomas Jefferson, October 18, 1777, Political and Military Matters; Enclosures

John Harvie to Thomas Jefferson, October 18, 1777, Political and Military Matters; Enclosures

John Harvie to Thomas Jefferson, October 18, 1777, Political and Military Matters; Enclosures

John Harvie to Thomas Jefferson, October 18, 1777, Political and Military Matters; Enclosures

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894

Clara Barton Papers: Miscellany, 1856-1957; Holiday greetings and enclosures, acknowledgments, 1892-1894