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Post office notice. That letters may be mailed in all sections of the city with equal facility, and be transmitted with promptness and certainty,-- the Post Master General has authorized strong and secure iron boxes to be put up at the places na

[African American workers standing on railroad tracks in front of a storage facility, possibly at Giesboro cavalry depot]

[Supply wagon, probably in a Civil War military facility]

[Log cabin barracks at a military facility]

[Covered wagon with side curtains rolled up at a military facility]

[Farm equipment storage facility]

[Floodgates at dam facility]

[Floodgates at dam facility]

[Floodgates at dam facility]

[Floodgates at dam facility]

[Floodgates at dam facility]

[Floodgates at dam facility]

[Floodgates at dam facility]

Photographer Solomon D. Butcher working on his collections of photographs at the Nebraska State Historical Society facility in the Library at the University of Nebraska

Photographer Solomon D. Butcher working on his collections of photographs at the Nebraska State Historical Society facility in the Library at the University of Nebraska

Ett gäng militärer

Trångt på luckan

Visar upp militärutrustningen

Militärer och hund

Militärer

Militär

Militär

Militär

Uppställning på kaserngården

Tältar utanför kasernen

Militärer

En grupp militärer

Militärer med humor

Militär

Trångt på luckan

Militärer

Militär

World War I: Russian soldiers with two men (not in uniform) in front of YMCA facility in a Moscow suburb, which was started by Jerome Davis and Wheeler of the American Y.M.C.A.

Kitchen Equipment Co. Research facility with cabinets I

Kitchen Equipment Co. Research facility with cabinets III

Kitchen Equipment Co. Research facility with cabinets II

Full Scale Tunnel (FST) and Seaplane Tow Channel [Exterior]

Full Scale Tunnel (FST) and Seaplane Tow Channel

Kitchen Equipment Co. Research facility with cabinets V

Kitchen Equipment Co. Research facility with cabinets IV

[U.S. Mail facility]

[U.S. Mail facility]

IV510

IV511

F6 Karlsborg 1941. Bombfällning på Rissnäset. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

Framework of the184-inch cyclotron facility taken October 23, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Image Library Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

F6 Karlsborg 1942. Tygverkstaden. Motorbyte. Från vänster: montörerna Ljungström och Olsson. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

F6 Karlsborg 1942. Potatisodling på kasernområdet. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

F6 Karlsborg 1942. Tygverkstaden med några vinterkamouflerade B5:or. Obs. Mörkläggning av fönstren. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

Forty-two keys to victory. Somewhere in the field with the U.S. Army, comprehensive clerical work is carried on between maneuvers. Unless those typewriters not essential to the war effort are turned in by civilians to Uncle Sam, the shortage of sufficient machines may materially cripple the speed and facility of army operations

F6 Karlsborg 1943. Den så kallade Krabban rörde sig under flygningen och indikerade med ett streck på kartan förarens flygfärd. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

F6 Karlsborg 1943. Flottiljens Link-Trainer (nuvarande flygsimulator). Påverkades vid roderrörelser som ett riktigt flygplan. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

F6 Karlsborg 1943. Höger del av förarplatsen i flygplan B5. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

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F6 Karlsborg 1943. Radio i flygplan B5. Albumet är en del av en donation från Karl-Axel Hansson, Karlsborg. Förteckning över hela donationen finns i albumet samt som Word-dokument.

Ammonia Oxidation Plant at Plum Brook Ordnance Works

Refrigeration Compressors for the Altitude Wind Tunnel

Tel Aviv - Educational Facility/School

The Naval Reserve Training Facility Rises on the Central Wharf

NACA Technician Cleans a Ramjet in 8- by 6-Foot Supersonic Wind Tunnel

Arrival of Equipment for the New Propulsion Systems Laboratory

Construction of the Propulsion Systems Laboratory No. 1 and 2

Primary Exhaust Cooler at the Propulsion Systems Laboratory

[Two contact sheets showing men socializing, playing cards (gambling) at a community recreational facility, children swinging indoors at recreational facility, and adults in a thrift(?) shop possibly on an upper floor of same facility, after leaving they walk towards Amity Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]

[Contact sheet showing men socializing, playing cards (gambling) at a community recreational facility (see E9-R299), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]

Engine Propeller Research Building at the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory

Richard Nixon and officials tour a facility during Nixon's trip to South Vietnam

Project Mercury - AWT Gimbaling Rig

Stapelbädd IV under uppbyggnad.

NACA/Ames Photographer Radio personality Arthur Godfrey shown here with Ames Pilot George Cooper and Center Director Smith J DeFrance during tour of facility ARC-1957-A-23317

Black Brant XII Launch

Interior of the Plum Brook Reactor Facility

Small scale model of Low Background Counting Facility made of Serpentine, building 72, with Al Smith. Photograph taken June 6, 1962. Health Pro-1003

Meteor Impact Model in the new Space Power Chambers

Recreation facility map, White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire and Maine /

Libreville - Educational Facility/School - 1963

NASA Langley Arc-Heated Scramjet Test Facility

Libreville - Educational Facility/School - 1963

Libreville - Educational Facility/School - 1963

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Between 1962 and 1963, the Mission Control Center was modified to handle the additional complexities of the Gemini Program. In 1962, Pan American World Airways Inc. was contracted to design an addition to the facility, which wrapped around the east, north, and most of the west and south sides. The Mercury Mission Control Center in Florida played a key role in the United States' early spaceflight program. Located at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the original part of the building was constructed between 1956 and 1958, with additions in 1959 and 1963. The facility officially was transferred to NASA on Dec. 26, 1963, and served as mission control during all the Project Mercury missions, as well as the first three flights of the Gemini Program, when it was renamed Mission Control Center. With its operational days behind, on June 1, 1967, the Mission Control Center became a stop on the public tour of NASA facilities until the mid-90s. In 1999, much of the equipment and furnishings from the Flight Control Area were moved to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex where they became part of the exhibit there. The building was demolished in spring 2010. Photo credit: NASA KSC-LOC-63-1971

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Between 1962 and 1963, the Mission Control Center was modified to handle the additional complexities of the Gemini Program. In 1962, Pan American World Airways Inc. was contracted to design an addition to the facility, which wrapped around the east, north, and most of the west and south sides. The Mercury Mission Control Center in Florida played a key role in the United States' early spaceflight program. Located at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the original part of the building was constructed between 1956 and 1958, with additions in 1959 and 1963. The facility officially was transferred to NASA on Dec. 26, 1963, and served as mission control during all the Project Mercury missions, as well as the first three flights of the Gemini Program, when it was renamed Mission Control Center. With its operational days behind, on June 1, 1967, the Mission Control Center became a stop on the public tour of NASA facilities until the mid-90s. In 1999, much of the equipment and furnishings from the Flight Control Area were moved to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex where they became part of the exhibit there. The building was demolished in spring 2010. Photo credit: NASA KSC-LOC-63-1017

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Between 1962 and 1963, the Mission Control Center was modified to handle the additional complexities of the Gemini Program. In 1962, Pan American World Airways Inc. was contracted to design an addition to the facility, which wrapped around the east, north, and most of the west and south sides. The Mercury Mission Control Center in Florida played a key role in the United States' early spaceflight program. Located at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the original part of the building was constructed between 1956 and 1958, with additions in 1959 and 1963. The facility officially was transferred to NASA on Dec. 26, 1963, and served as mission control during all the Project Mercury missions, as well as the first three flights of the Gemini Program, when it was renamed Mission Control Center. With its operational days behind, on June 1, 1967, the Mission Control Center became a stop on the public tour of NASA facilities until the mid-90s. In 1999, much of the equipment and furnishings from the Flight Control Area were moved to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex where they became part of the exhibit there. The building was demolished in spring 2010. Photo credit: NASA KSC-LOC-63-5635

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Between 1962 and 1963, the Mission Control Center was modified to handle the additional complexities of the Gemini Program. In 1962, Pan American World Airways Inc. was contracted to design an addition to the facility, which wrapped around the east, north, and most of the west and south sides. The Mercury Mission Control Center in Florida played a key role in the United States' early spaceflight program. Located at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the original part of the building was constructed between 1956 and 1958, with additions in 1959 and 1963. The facility officially was transferred to NASA on Dec. 26, 1963, and served as mission control during all the Project Mercury missions, as well as the first three flights of the Gemini Program, when it was renamed Mission Control Center. With its operational days behind, on June 1, 1967, the Mission Control Center became a stop on the public tour of NASA facilities until the mid-90s. In 1999, much of the equipment and furnishings from the Flight Control Area were moved to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex where they became part of the exhibit there. The building was demolished in spring 2010. Photo credit: NASA KSC-LOC-63-5674

Dome Added to the Space Power Chambers for the Centaur Rocket

Around Marshall

Seward, Alaska, view

Libreville - Educational Facility/School - 1964

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

Libreville - Educational Facility/School - 1964

Libreville - Educational Facility/School - 1964

Horsepower and Rocketpower

Fångvårdsanstalt 15 april 1965

Ollie Olson in the modular experimental house within the Bevatron experimental facility. Photograph taken January 11, 1965. Bevatron-3698 – Photographer: Doug Bradley

Tow mule Bevatron experiment facility gap-mounted flip target. Photograph taken December 29, 1965. Bevatron-3996 – Photographer: Doug McWilliams

Tow mule Bevatron experiment facility gap-mounted flip target. Photograph taken December 29, 1965. Bevatron-3999 – Photographer: Doug McWilliams

Tow mule Bevatron experiment facility gap-mounted flip target. Photograph taken December 29, 1965. Bevatron-3998 – Photographer: Doug McWilliams

Saturn V static testing - Saturn Apollo Program

Tow mule Bevatron experiment facility gap-mounted flip target. Photograph taken December 29, 1965. Bevatron-3997 – Photographer: Doug McWilliams

N-222; 2 x 2ft Transonic Wind Tunnel is a closed return, variable-density tunnel equipped with an adjustable flexible-wall nozzle and a slotted test section. Airflow is produced by a two-stage, axial-flow compressor powered by four, variable-speed induction motors mounted in tandem, delivering a total of 4,000 horsepower. For conventional, steady-state testing models are generally supported on a sting. Internal, strain-gage balances are used for measuring forces and moments. This facility is also used for panel-flutter testing (one test-section wall is replaced with another containing the test specimen. ARC-1965-A-35705