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manuscript from "Rays of Genius, collected to enlighten the rising generation. By T. Tomkins"

cover from "Rays of Genius, collected to enlighten the rising generation. By T. Tomkins"

cover from "Rays of Genius, collected to enlighten the rising generation. By T. Tomkins"

cover from "Rays of Genius, collected to enlighten the rising generation. By T. Tomkins"

The awful beacon to the rising generation [Cut] Powers killing Kennedy. We here present the public with a view of the wretched Powers in the act of murdering the unfortunate and unspecting victim of his revenge…[Cut] Powers in prison. And his d

[The rising generation]

Girls of the new generation without bound feet in Central Park, Peking, China

The Brigham Young family. This is an outline of the Brigham Young family, from. 1721 to the fathers and mothers of the present generation. It is desired to carry this chart out to the present time. For this purpose all the Young descendants are

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the descendants of former African slaves now in residence in the United States of America] The rise of the Negroes from slavery to freedom in one generation.

Typical Italian sculpture of present generation, Manufactures Building, World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Work of American women in London at the A.R.C. Receiving and distributing Service 15 George St. Hanover Square; Building where work is carried on is reminiscent of an earlier generation of London

At this moment the present generation intervened

Farming (Fourth Generation of Original Chief Red Cloud)

El-Azrak & Wadi Sirhan in the Arabian Desert. Druse [i.e., Druze] political refugees from Jebel Druse (The Hauran). Group of Druse boys. Generation growing up in the desert

The old and new in maps. Quite a contrast between the modern map in the background and the powder horn map being held by Miss Betty Jones at the Library of Congress. The horn maps, made from the horns of bullocks, were so much used in early Colonial Wars, 1739 to 1760, and during the Revolutionary War, that they were a necessary part in military equipment. They are considered the earliest American road maps, since they related principally to inland parts of the country, the skillful engraving showing New York, Quebec, and other early cities, and the trails leading to them. They also carried the British coat of arms and the name of the owner: In Colonial days the powder horn maps were given as prizes instead of silver loving cups as of today, and they were handed down from one generation to another as heirlooms. 11/17/30

WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 7. SPEAKING OVER A NATION-WIDE RADIO HOOK-UP, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TONIGHT ADDRESSED THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA AS PART OF THE CELEBRATION OF BOY SCOUT WEEK. HIMSELF HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE ORGANIZATION, THE PRESIDENT DECLARED THAT 'THE THEME CHOSEN FOR BOY SCOUT WEEK OBSERVANCE, BUILDING A STRONGER GENERATION, IS THOROUGHLY WORTHWHILE AND WE SHOULD BE ESPECIALLY THANKFUL FOR A YOUTH MOVEMENT WHICH SEEKS MERELY TO PRESERVE SUCH FUNDAMENTALS A PHYSICAL STRENGTH, MENTAL ALERTNESS AND MORAL STRAIGHTNESS, A MOVEMENT TO SUPPORT THE IDEAS OF PEACE

"Griffin children" of west Alabama land use demonstration project near Greensboro, Alabama. They are all third or fourth generation resulting from, it is believed, a white woman and a Negro. They are mostly white and refused to be placed with the Negroes, but the whites will not have them. Note carefully the closeup of the four children; all are from the same family and yet differ greatly in appearance

New York Mayor advocates giving control of commercial aviation to 100. Washington, D.C., April 12. Appearing before the Senate Interstate Subcommittee today, New York City's Mayor Fiorello La Guardia advocated enactment of the McCarran Bill to transfer control over commercial aviation from the Department of Commerce to the Interstate Commerce Commission. The Mayor said: "the 100 has had a generation of experience and has been very successful in promoting safety in railroad transportation" speaking the recent crash of an airliner near Pittsburgh, the Mayor said he believed there is "no doubt" that the crash was caused by "structural defects," 4/12/1937

The younger generation in front of clothing store, San Augustine, Texas

Fourth generation from slavery. Grandfather Biscoe's great grandchildren. Near Ridge, Maryland. Saint Mary's County

New Bedford, Massachusetts. Wife of a house painter. Both are second generation Portuguese

Somewhere in Central Africa. Here, at length, is the witch doctor and his USA airplane, the P-40 or "steam-chicken" as the bushmen call it. Civilization advances into the inner sanctums of the medicine men, and penetrates the Dark Continent, which for hundreds of years held to tribal masks passed down from generation to generation. Supplanting it with the stronger ju-ju of the white man, the medicine men construct these planes, complete with antenna and the U.S. star, and descend on the tribe in flying echelon, as the evil spirits of the Nazis are driven out of the black man's territory

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. Dinner in the kitchen on the ranch belonging to George Turner, a second generation cattleman

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. Five-year-old son of William Heck, a second generation cattleman, "riding herd" with his father

Preparation for point rationing. Facts the younger generation of marketers should know are taught in the Murch Elementary School, Washington, D.C. Catherine M. Rooney, 6th grade teacher, instructs her alert pupils on the way and how of war ration book two

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. The daughter of George Mutz, a second generation rancher, "saddling up"

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. Daughters of George Mutz, a second generation cattle rancher, "saddling up" their mounts

Material from last year's garment fashions the skirt of Cynthia's dress. By making some of the clothes for herself and her family, a woman can fully utilize all leftovers. To conseerve fabric, old garments should be re-made when not worn out. Mothers with young children "cut down" discarded adult coats, suits and dresses, conservation measure of an earlier generation

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. William Heck, a second generation cattleman, holding stock on his winter range for feeding

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. William Heck, a second generation cattleman of Moreno Valley shoeing a cow pony

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. Home of George Turner, a second generation cattleman

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. Daughter of George Mutz, a second generation cattleman, of Moreno Valley, "saddling up" to drive stock

Material from last year's garment fashions the skirt of Cynthia's dress. By making some of the clothes for herself and her family, a woman can fully utilize all leftovers. To conseerve fabric, old garments should be re-made when not worn out. Mothers with young children "cut down" discarded adult coats, suits and dresses, conservation measure of an earlier generation

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. Daughters of George Mutz, a second generation cattle rancher, "saddling up" their mounts

Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. William Heck, a second generation rancher, shoeing a horse

Albuquerque, New Mexico. A second generation Anglo-American, Barbara Cottam

Brooklyn, New York. Norwegian Independence Day celebration. Norwegian-American parade. Third generation Norwegian-Americans commemorating their old country's day of independence

Brooklyn, New York. Norwegian Independence Day celebration. Norwegian-American parade. Third generation Norwegian-Americans singing Norwegian songs in church

Brooklyn, New York. Norwegian Independence Day celebration. Norwegian-American parade. Third generation Norwegian-Americans, light haired and blue-eyed

Brooklyn, New York. Norwegian Independence Day celebration. Norwegian-American parade. A third generation Norwegian-American girl in Norwegian national costume who carries the Norwegian flag. She wears the troubles of the world on her young shoulders

Brooklyn, New York. Norwegian Independence Day celebration. Norwegian-American parade. Third generation Norwegian-Americans in Norwegian national costumes

A Titan III-C stands poised on Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for the launch of Application Technology Satellite-F, first in a new generation of NASA communications satellites. (1.3-2) 74P-126

An Air Force Titan III-C lifted off from Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 9:00 A.M. EDT today to launch Application Technology Satellite 6, first in a new generation of NASA Communications satellites. (1.3-13)(Test 7670) 74PC-374

Wake Vortex behind a helicopter describing Longitudinal Cores (Secondary Vortes Generation) from Aviatsiya / Kosmonautika, 1973 (Illustration) ARC-1976-AC76-1585

DRAWING OF SECOND GENERATION LOW POLLUTANT COMBUSTOR

POLYMERIZATION OF MONOMERIC REACTANTS - SECOND GENERATION FOR AWARENESS FOLDER

4' and 24' Shock Tubes - Electric Arc Shock Tube Facililty N-229 (East) The facility is used to investigate the effects of radiation and ionization during outer planetary entries as well as for air-blast simualtion which requires the strongest possible shock generation in air at loadings of 1 atm or greater. ARC-1978-AC78-1071

A member of the 355th Aircraft Generation Squadron inspects avionics equipment on a A-7 Corsair II aircraft participating in exercise J-Catch, a joint rotary wing and fixed wing tactics development and capability evaluation

SURFACE GENERATION RIG

NASA LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER COAL GASIFIER CO - GENERATION POWER PLANT

NASA LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER COAL GASIFIER CO - GENERATION POWER PLANT

SURFACE GENERATION RIG

SURFACE GENERATION RIG

AMN Gordon Goble, 37th Aircraft Generation Squadron, checks a pilot tube of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft for an obstruction during exercise Team Spirit (Coronet Spray)

Crew CHIEF SENIOR AIRMAN Candace Taylor performs F-4E Phantom II aircraft engine runup. The airman is a 51st Aircraft Generation Squadron member involved in exercise Team Spirit '81

Interior view of the cockpit aboard the Fairchild proposed next generation trainer model aircraft

A left front view of the Fairchild proposed next generation trainer model aircraft

A left side view of the Fairchild proposed next generation trainer model aircraft parked in the Pentagon parking lot

A left side view of the Fairchild proposed next generation trainer model aircraft

A left front view of a full-scale mock-up of the Air Force Next Generation Trainer

Air Force Resources Laboratory. A Digital Image Generation (DIG) example of an air-to-air scene

A Digital Image Generation (DIG) aerial refueling, seen air-to-air

Air Force personnel wear Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during a new generation equipment test

Crew members in a CH-3 helicopter wear Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during the flight while participating in a new generation equipment test

LTC Larkin, flight surgeon, checks crew members wearing Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) as they fly in a CH-3 helicopter, during a new generation equipment test

Crew members of a CH-3 helicopter check each other's Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) while participating in a new generation equipment test

Crew members of a CH-3 helicopter wear Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during a simulated medical emergency while participating in a new generation equipment test

A crew member of a CH-3 helicopter wears Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) as he sits on the floor during a new generation equipment test

A crew member of a CH-3 helicopter looks through the face shield of his Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) while participating in a new generation equipment test

A crew member of a CH-3 helicopter wears Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) while participating in a new generation equipment test

A crew member wearing Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) conducts preflight procedures on a CH-3 helicopter during a new generation equipment test

Crew members wearing Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) conduct preflight procedures on a CH-3 helicopter during a new generation equipment test

Crew members of a CH-3 helicopter wear Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) while loading a simulated medical casualty aboard a new generation equipment test

The pilot in the cockpit of a CH-3 helicopter wears Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during a new generation equipment test

Crew members wearing Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) are instructed by base support personnel during a new generation equipment test

A crew member of a CH-3 helicopter wears Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during a simulated medical emergency, as the helicopter hovers overhead. Base personnel are participating in a new generation equipment test

Air Force personnel wear Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during a new generation equipment test

A crew member wearing Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) conducts preflight procedures on a CH-3 helicopter during a new generation equipment test

Crew members of a CH-3 helicopter wear Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during a simulated medical emergency while participating in a new generation equipment test

A crew member of a CH-3 helicopter scans his checklist while wearing Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during a new generation equipment test

Crew members of a CH-3 helicopter wear Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) during a simulated medical emergency while participating in a new generation equipment test

SRA Dwight T. Tipton, an avionics sensor system specialist with the 363rd Aircraft Generation Squadron, loads film into the forward KS-87B forward camera aboard an RF-4C Phantom II aircraft during Exercise Salty Bee

SRA Dwight T. Tipton, an avionics sensor system specialist with the 363rd Aircraft Generation Squadron, loads film into the forward KS-87B forward camera aboard an RF-4C Phantom II aircraft during Exercise Salty Bee

Artist's concept of the Air Force Next Generation Trainer

Approved insignia for: 86th Aircraft Generation Squadron

Sergeant Nathan Horne seals the entrance to a plastic dome used by weapons loaders of the 343rd Aircraft Generation Squadron to protect themselves from the extreme cold while they work on the flight line

A load crew from the 18th Aircraft Generation Squadron is briefed by MAJ Applewhite, loading judge, prior to the start of loading on their F-15 Eagle aircraft during munitions loading competition Sabre Spirit I

A crew member wearing Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment (CWDE) conducts preflight procedures on a CH-3 helicopter during a new generation equipment test

Approved insignia for: 552nd Aircraft Generation Squadron

Approved insignia for: 520th Aircraft Generation Squadron

Approved insignia for: 20th Aircraft Generation Squadron

Chart showing Soviet and U.S. fourth generation intercontinental ballistic missiles. "Soviet Military Power," 1983, Pages 20

Approved insignia for: 548th Aircraft Generation Squadron

A member of the 552nd Aircraft Generation Squadron prepares an E-3A Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft, assigned to the 552nd Airborne Warning and Control Wing, for crew acceptance prior to deployment

A member of the 552nd Aircraft Generation Squadron marshalls an E-3A Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft, assigned to the 552nd Airborne Warning and Control Wing, onto the runway prior to launch. The aircraft is preparing for deployment

Members of the 18th Aircraft Generation Squadron look over the scores after time completion of Sabre Spirit One, the first annual 5th Air Force munitions loading competition

Artwork: "2nd Generation Weasel". Artist: Paul Jones

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) James R. Nichols, left, Sergeant (SGT) Ricky Brown, center, and SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Victor Allen, right, carry an AIM-9 Sidewinder missile away from an F-15 Eagle aircraft during Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. They are aircraft arament specialists with the 18th Aircraft Generation Squadron

Armament specialists from the 18th Aircraft Generation Squadron load a Sidewinder (AIM-9) missile onto the wing pylon of an F-15 Eagle aircraft during the joint US/ Korean Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Private Eugene Lejeune, center, stands with his parents after his graduation from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. Private Lejeune, fourth generation Marine, is the grandson of Major General J. A. Lejeune, former Commandant of the Marine Corps