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United States Lottery. No. [blank] class the first : This ticket entiles [sic] the bearer to receive such prize as may be drawn against its number, according to a resolution of Congress, passed at Philadelphia, November 18, 1776.

For San Francisco with certain dispatch. the splendid, first class clipper ship George Green ... Cornelius Comstock & Co ... New York [185-?].

Spencer, Vila & Co. Bankers, No. 13 Congress Street, corner of Exchange place (rear of the traveller building,) Boston, offer for sale the following list of first class securities ... [1858].

Class lectures. The first course of instruction in practical phrenology, physiology, and physiognomy, will commence on Thursday evening, Dec. 27th, at 7 1-2 o' clock, continuing on successive Thursday evenings at the Phrenological Rooms 142 Wash

Tuttle's first class international note

First class at night

Marlborough House, First Class Private Boarding House from "[A Descriptive Guide to Bournemouth, Christchurch, Wimborne and Corfe Castle ... Illustrated with map and photographs.]"

Start, first class, Dorchester regatta

Start, first class, Dorchester regatta

["Grosser Kurfurst," dining room, first class, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

"Konig Albert," dining room, first class, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

["Maria Theresia," smoking cabin, first class, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

"Italia," first class ironclad of the Italian Navy

United States Navy First Class Cruisers New York and Brooklyn / The Werner Company, Akron, O.

Manila, Philippine Islands: A first class Filipino barber shop

[First prize, class N. for Lawson Medal, American Carnation Society Exhibition, Detroit, Mich.]

First-class battleship IOWA, bow view, U.S. Navy

First Class Pantry - Mauretania

Library - Mauretania

The Little Engine That Could...

Kitchens - Mauretania

First Meeting of Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Class

The Men's Bible Class of the First M.E. Church of Vandalia, Ill., W. M. Folger, teacher

Sixteenth annual convention, National Association of Postmasters of First Class Offices, Denver, Colo., July 29-31, 1913

Mens class, First Christian Church Sunday School, Canton, Ohio, June 7, 1912 [sic]

Ladies class, First Christian Church Sunday School, Canton, Ohio, June 7, 1914

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Harvard Naval Cadel School, First Naval District. Graduating class on its way through Harvard Yard to Emerson Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - First Aid Class, Wilmington, Del

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - First class of Naval Officers Material School marching over Anderson Bridge to Soldier's Field for review by Assistant. Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt and Major General Wood

Colleges and Universities - University of Kansas - Technical school for drafted men, first detachment, June 15, August 15, 1918. Blacksmiths' class, University of Kansas

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Harvard Cadet School, First Naval District. Graduating class passing through Harvard Yard, October 14, 1918

Colleges and Universities - University of Chicago - University of Chicago. Student Army Training Corps. First detachment. Showing class practice work in the open

Colleges and Universities - Princeton - U.S.S.M.A. Princeton, New Jersey. Major D. H. Crissy presents silk flag to the first class graduating with 100% marks

Decorations - Presentations - DSM and CM of Honor - General Pershing decorating American soldiers. Private First Class Chas. D. Barger, Company 1, 354th Infantry., being presented with "Medal of Honor" by General Pershing at his headquarters in Chaumont, France

Photograph of Marine Corps First Class Private Edith Macies

Lyon, France. A group of patriotic women of Lyon, France, who composed the first class in nursing under the supervision of the American Red Cross. This is the first class to graduate (1918), and they received certificates and are fully qualified to act as childrens' visiting nurses. Miss Nelson, of the American Red Cross, (in front row center) was supervisor

A first class Roumanian funeral. Three teams of horses draped in somber black robes with dark cockades haul the hearse when a Roumanian undertaker wins a "first class" funeral. The mourners follow on foot with bare heads. Balkan funerals offer a contrast of picturesque and pitiful scenes. American Red Cross workers, distributing relief throughout the country, have seen one of these three team impressive processions, followed by a one hearse after which trudged a small barefooted boy only mourner

Home hygiene & care of the sick, Praha, Czecho Slovakia. First class started Sept. 6th and ended Oct. 8th. Fourteen members in class at beginning and ten finished

On the boat to Constantinople and Greece was the pet horse of the Queen of Romania. Travelling first class as of royal blood it was on its way to the Queen of Greece daughter of Marie of Roumania Huge Montenegrins in gorgeous native costumes have for years have been the guards of the Pera Palace in Constantinople. They have protected many distinguished guests of the hotel and to-day in this picture were waiting for Ismet Pasha the Turkish peace delegate who taught diplomacy to Europe's best, and out of defeat on the battlefield brought victory at the council table.

The first meeting of the commission to arrange for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington to be held in 1932, took place today, Feb. 16th at the White House with President Coolidge as chairman. The committee includes four members appointed by the Senate, four from the House and four appointed by the President. Left to right, front row: Senator Selden P. Spencer, Missouri; Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, President General, D.A.R.; President Coolidge; Mrs. John D. Sherman, Federation of Women's Clubs and Senator Simeon Fess, Ohio. Second row: Frederick H. Gillett, Speaker of the House of Representatives; Representative John Q. Tilson, Connecticut; Representative Willis C. Hawley, Oregon. Top row: Frank Munsey, publisher; Representative Joseph W. Byrns, Tennessee; Senator Thomas F. Bayard, Delaware; Senator Carter Class, Virginia, and Hanford Monider, former Commander of the American Legion

First year men at the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., receiving instruction in aviation from Lt. O[...] Hardison. This class is the first one to have the new cou[...] included in their curriculum. Each man must learn to fly

Will keep informed of wants of 50,000 Post Office clerks. William Otto of Lincoln, Neb., recently elected Assistant Secretary Treasurer of the National Federation of Post Office Clerks, whose duty will be to keep Congress informed of the legislative wants of the 50,000 members of the organization who are employed in first and second class post offices throughout the country

President Coolidge congratulates sailor after presenting him with Congressional Medal of Honor. President Coolidge congratulating William R. Huber, Machinist Mate, First Class, United States Navy, after presenting the sailor with the Congressional Medal of Honor at the White House today Huber was awarded the medal for heroism he displayed aboard the U.S.S. Bruce when an explosion occurred . He rescued shipmates and then at the risk of his life closed off the steampipes

President Coolidge presents Congressional Medal of Honor to sailor Hero. William Russel Huber, Machinist Mate, First Class, United States Navy, receiving from President Coolidge today the Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to him for an act of outstanding heroism. After a boiler explosion on the U.S.S. Bruce last June 11, Huber rescued shipmates and then succeed in closing off the steampipes at the risk of his own life. In the picture at extreme left is Admiral Charles F. Hughes, Chief of Naval Operations, while on the right is Secretary of the Navy Curtis D. Wilbur

[Wife of New York department store magnate captures first and second prizes at Washington Horse Show. Mrs. Bernard Gimbel, wife of the New York department store magnate, and her horses Capt. Doane (left) and welcome with with whom she captured first and second prizes in the Ladies Hunters class at the National Capital Horse Show today. Capt. Doane is the $12,000 dollar horse who has been capturing many blue ribbons in eastern horse shows recently]

Wife of New York department store magnate captures first and second prizes at Washington Horse Show. Mrs. Bernard Gimbel, wife of the New York department store magnate, and her horses Capt. Doane (left) and welcome with with whom she captured first and second prizes in the Ladies Hunters class at the National Capital Horse Show today. Capt. Doane is the $12,000 dollar horse who has been capturing many blue ribbons in eastern horse shows recently

Wash. D.C. Navy band's new organ. William Arbuckle, musician first class of the U.S. Navy, at the new pipe organ which has been purchased to be included in the new 95-piece symphony orchestra which gives its first concert Tuesday night (11/26/35) at the Navy Yard Sail Loft. 11/25/35

The source of the "bang." Members of the first "big" plebe class at U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., shown aboard the U.S.S. Babbitt, destroyer, where the newcomers are examining a deck gun. The boys are having quite a time before the regular opening of the academy for all classes. 9/20/35

Future admirals learn to sail. This photograph shows members of the plebe class at Annapolis, U.S. Naval Academy, learning to sail as one of the first lessons for the future admirals. 9/20/35

Speaker of the House. Washington, D.C., Jan 13. Speaker of the House William B. Bankhead really warmed up to his subject as he conducted the first class for freshman members of the House

PRESIDENT PRESENTS AWARD TO WINNER OF GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 16. WINNER IN THE NINTH ANNUAL GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST ON THE SUBJECT 'ACHIEVEMENTS OF WILLIAM CRAWFORD GORGAS AND THEIR RELATION TO OUR HEALTH,' MISS FRANCES BABIN IS PICTURED RECEIVING THE HENRY L. DOHERTY FIRST PRIZE OF $500 FOR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. MISS BABIN IS A MEMBER OF THE 1938 GRADUATING CLASS OF SOUTH SIDE HIGH SCHOOL, MEMPHIS, TN. L TO R: MRS. HENRY L. DOHERTY, MISS BABIN, AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

First aid class for members of volunteer fire department. Greenhills, Ohio

Dresses made by home economics class which won first prize. Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

First aid class for members of volunteer fire department. Greenhills, Ohio

FIRST LADY PRESENTS TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 25. ERROL FLYNN, STEPPING OUT OF HIS ROLE AS MOVIE STAR, TURNED HORSEMAN, AT THE FORT MYER PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY HORSE SHOW. MRS. ROOSEVELT PRESENTS THE HACK CLASS TROPHY WHICH HE WON

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Operating anti-aircraft machinery in a dugout with an airfeild security detachment in Hawaii are (left to right): Corporal Harvey Jones, New York City; Private Samuel Moffitt, Siler City, North Carolina; Private Jay G. Pappy, New York City; Private First Class James Masfield, New York City; Private Walter Johnson, New York City and Private Walter Phillips, New York City

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Four men in a jeep at the Dusty Hollow Training Center included the following members of an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Front seat (left to right): Private Lester H. Howell, Statesville, North Carolina and Private First Class Thomas Irvin, North Ashville, Tennessee. And rear: Private Arthur W. Blakemore, Saint Louis, Missouri and Private First Class Donald Wilson, Sanford, Florida

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Constant practice keeps the troops alert at an airfield security post in Hawaii. Shown loading clips at Dusty Hollow Training Center there are, left to right: Private Moses Riley, Eastontown, Georgia; Private Lee Bullock, New York City; Private First Class Mathew Riley, Logton, Mississippi; Private Ulis Pickett, Albeeville, Alabama and Private Mack Underwood, Bessemer, Alabama

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. On alert with an airfeild security detachment in Hawaii the troops stand guard in a dugout. Shown left to right are: Private First Class James Warren and Coston W. Gambrell of New York City and Private Otis Lee, Baltimore, Maryland

New recruits join up, Washington, D.C. Private First Class Sherwood M. Frye talking to William Lambert, 23 years old of Franklyn, W. Virginia, about enlisting

INTRODUCTORY SPEECH OF SPEAKING CLASS FOR WIVES OF CONGRESS MEMBERS MADE BY FIRST LADY. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 11. MRS.FANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TODAY MADE THE OPENING ADDRESS TO MEMBERS OF MRS. HUGH BUTLER'S CLASS IN PLATFORM SPEAKING FOR WIVES OF MEMBERS OF OF CONGRESS. THE CLASS WAS PRESIDED OVER BY MRS. WILLIAM M. WHITTINGTON, WIFE OF THE CONGRESSMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI, WHO LAST YEAR TOOK THE ANNUAL SECOND PRIZE FOR BEING THE BEST SPEAKER, AND MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS INTRODUCED BY FIRST PRIZE WINNER, MRS. JOHN J. SPARKMAN, WIFE OF THE CONGRESSMAN FROM ALABAMA, WHO SHOWED THE MOST IMPROVEMENT LAST YEAR. L TO R: MRS. SPARKMAN, MRS. ROOSEVELT, AND MRS. WHITTINGTON

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. On the firing line at Dusty Hollow Training Center with an airfield security detachment in Hawaii are (left to right): Private Alfred Anderson, Algiers, Louisiana; Private Jack Golden, Marianna, Florida and Private First Class Edgar Martin, Macon, Georgia

First aid class, American Red Cross, New York City. Demonstrating splint on fractured arm

Civilian defense volunteers receiving instruction in proper care for man with spine injury. First aid class. American Red Cross, New York City

Naval Uniforms. John Marshall Evans, Radioman, first class. Radioman Evans' uniform is the white service dress worn both aboard the ship and at shore station during the summer months or in the tropics. Naval Air Station, Anacostia, Washington, D.C. August 21, 1941

Civilian Defense volunteers receiving instruction in treatment of fractured arm. First aid class. American Red Cross, New York City

Naval Uniforms. John Marshall Evans, Radioman, first class. Radioman Evans' uniform is the white service dress worn both aboard the ship and at shore station during the summer months or in the tropics. Naval Air Station, Anacostia, Washington, D.C. August 21, 1941

First aid class, American Red Cross, New York City. Demonstrating splint on fractured arm

Civilian defense volunteers receiving instruction in proper care for man with spine injury. The first aid class of the American Red Cross, at New York City

First aid class, American Red Cross, New York City. Demonstrating splint on fractured arm

John Marshall Evans, Radioman, first class. Radioman Evans' uniform is the white service dress worn both aboard the ship and at shore station during the summer months or in the tropics. Naval Air Station, Anacostia, Washington, D.C. August 21, 1941

Civilian defense volunteers receiving instruction in proper care for man with spine injury. First aid class. New York City

Civilian Defense volunteers receiving instruction in treatment of fractured arm. First aid class. American Red Cross, New York City

Civilian Defense volunteers receiving instruction in treatment of fractured arm. First aid class. American Red Cross, New York City

Civilian Defense volunteers receiving instruction in treatment of fractured arm. First aid class. American Red Cross, New York City

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Three members of the class applying splints, hand, head and arm bandages to a member of the class

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. An elderly member of the first aid class adjusting the legs to the proper position after applying splint

Agra (vicinity), India. Adventurous soldiers climb 250 feet up the repair scaffold to the top of the Taj Mahal dome, where they place their initials. Left: Corporal Anthony J. Scopelliti, and Private First Class John C. Byron, Jr.

[Tuskegee, Ala. Mar. 1942. Members of the first class of Negro pilots in the history of the US Army Air Corps who were graduated at the advanced flying school as second lieutenants by Major General George E. Stratemeyer]

Hoffman Island, merchant marine training center off Staten Island, New York. First aid class

Washington, D.C. First aid class of the air raid warden unit in the Southwest area. Two members of the class applying splints and other bandages to a practice victim

Washington, D.C. First aid class in the Banneker Junior High School

A class in first aid at the U.S. Army chaplain school. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana

Troops at a U.S. Army airbase in New Hebrides manning a heavy machine gun. Left to right: Private First Class Elliott Moore, Trenton, New Jersey; Corporal Raymond Elliott, Jaspar, Alabama; Corporal Johnny Jackson, Augusta, Georgia; Private First Class Shade Mackee, Jr., Ashland, Alabama

Chicago, Illinois. Ida B. Wells Housing Project. In a first aid class

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Perched at the nose of a Navy PBY flying ship, two sailors check the huge motor to keep them in first class condition while the plane is in service. These men are aviation mechanics nates stationed at the Naval Air

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Private first class Fred D. Long, home on leave from Fort Bliss, Texas, goes shopping with his father, Albert K. Long, who works in the animal trap company's machine shop

Washington, D.C. First aid class held daily by the Red Cross aboard a Potomac riverboat which carries workers to Port Washington every morning. They are civilian employees of the U.S. Army adjutant general's office

First aid class. FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp, Robstown, Texas

Chicago, Illinois. Ida B. Wells Housing Project. In a first aid class

Members of the United States tank force in New Guinea constructed the ingenious washing machine from two old drums and a motor-driven wire-laying winch. Private First Class Wally Rathgeb of Wenatchee, Washington, is doing his weekly wash

Stratford upon Avon, England. American servicemen practicing at a traditional dart board in an old hotel, the White Swan, taken over by the American Red Cross. Left to right: Private First Class Michael Ryan, of Edgewood, Pennsylvania; Private First Class Paul Smith, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Private Matthew Stampfl, of Pittsburgh

American troops in North Africa sample the wares of a fruit vendor. Left to right: Sergeant Hardy Patillo of Austin, Texas; Captain Louis Dubcak of Lexington, Texas; Sergeant Adan Garza of Laredo, Texas; and Private First Class Herbert Lipsey of Dade City, Florida

High school Victory Corps. Along with their English course, this class at Bejamin Franklin High School in New York City is learning the basic principles of first aid. Instruction is received from their English teacher, who has been certified by the Red Cross to teach first aid

Hoffman Island, merchant marine training center off Staten Island. First aid class

Chicago, Illinois. Ida B. Wells Housing Project. In a first aid class

New York, New York. The Lincoln School of Teachers' College, Columbia University. Learning how to take care of a broken leg in first aid class

A first aid class at the chaplain school, learning the proper methods of carrying the wounded. U.S. Army chaplain school, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana

Fort Riley, Kansas. Private first class in a mechanized cavalry reconnaissance unit

First aid class FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp, Robstown, Texas