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A woman giving something to a man at a window, while gesturing towards a sick person in a bed: Humanity (2nd of 3)

The friend of humanity and the knife-grinder,-scene. The borough, in imitation of Mr. Southey's sapphics,-Vide. Anti-Jacobin, p. 15

Cholera. We would call the attention of our city readers to the proceedings adopted by a meeting held at the City Hall last evening ... the dictates of humanity call upon us to co-operate in producing, as far as practicable, a concert necessary

Blank Award of the U.S. Coast Survey for "Gallery and Humanity"

The fall and redemption of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

A touch of humanity

portrait from "Mixed Humanity. A story of camp life in South Africa ... Illustrated by Irving Montagu"

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

The surging sea of humanity at the opening of the Columbian Exposition.

Humanity the latest English success : by Sutton Vane, author of The cotton king.

Humanity the latest English success : by Sutton Vane, author of The cotton king.

[Three types of humanity]

A union in the interest of humanity - civilization - freedom and peace for all time

The end of the war begins for humanity's sake

Smyrna's Wall of Humanity

[In the interests of humanity and the American sugar refining combine]

Charlotte Perkins Gilman speaks on duties to humanity at Universalist church

Rotor - Mauretania

Negro neighbors: bond and free; Lessons in history and humanity; By Phila M. Whipple. [Title page]

The Red Cross serves humanity Join now / / C.W. Anderson.

Emblems of liberty and humanity The Red Cross, mother of all nations.

The Public Health Nurse She answers humanity's call : Your Red Cross membership makes her work possible / / Gordon Grant.

Emblems of liberty and humanity The Red Cross, mother of all nations.

American Red Cross serves humanity Join! / / Lawrence Wilbur.

America the promise of "A new order of ages" to humanity ... A proclamation ... American society of the new order ages. New York, December 1915.

Join [Red Cross symbol] - America's answer to humanity's challenge / Hayden Hayden ; Snyder & Black Inc. N.Y.

Ceremonies - Independence Day Parades (All States) - 4th of July Parade, Sioux Falls, S.D. Humanity Float

Help fill the war chest Humanity calls you, May 20-27 / / Ketterlinus, Phila.

Liberty, freed, humanity's need! / Alex. O. Levy.

Unmoved before the cross upon which humanity is being crucified ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers record, Baltimore Md. April 25, 1918.

The square of Kavalla holds a mixed crowd of humanity - Greeks, Turks, Vlacks and Jews In Kavalla there were formerly nearly 16,000 workmen but when the Bulgarians took the town they treated the Greeks with such cruelty - stripping the town and giving flour only to the Turks - that when the Greeks reoccupied the place there were only 1,000, the rest having died of starvation or being held in Bulgaria as hostages.

Victory Bonds will help stop this. Kulture vs. humanity

The awakening of Turkey is evidenced by the unveiled women of Stamboul. Even the old ones bare their faces to mere men Standing on the famous Galata Bridge one sees all races and hears all languages as the high and low of humanity rolls by.

U.S. SURGEON GENERAL AWARDED WILLIAM FREEMAN SNOW MEDAL, WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. SURGEON GENERAL THOMAS PARRAN WAS TODAY PRESENTED THE WILLIAM FREE SNOW MEDAL 'FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE TO HUMANITY' AT THE 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AMERICAN SOCIAL HYGIENE ASSOCIATION. THE PRESENTATION WAS MADE BY DR. LIVINGSTON FARRAND, RIGHT, PRESIDENT EMERITUS OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY. MRS. ROOSEVELT, CENTER, DELIVERED AN ADDRESS AT THE CONFERENCE

Experimenting on rabbit. This little rabbit is doing its bit for science and humanity as it is used for experiments in the Public Health Service. Irvin Norfalk, Laboratory Attendant, left, and Dr. Charles Armstrong, Surgeon and Specialist in virus disease

THE PRESIDENT SHARES HIS THOUGHTS WITH HIS PEOPLE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 26. TONIGHT AT NINE THIRTY THE PRESIDENT BROADCASTED A TALK ON THE WORLD SITUATION AND THIS COUNTRY'S TASK IN DEFENSE PLANS. HE SPOKE OF THE TROJAN HORSE, AND THE FIFTH COLUMN WHICH HE SAID BETRAYS A NATION UNPREPARED FOR TREACHERY. HIS SPEECH ENDED WITH 'I AM CERTAIN THAT OUT OF THE HEARTS OF EVERY MAN, WOMAN, AND CHILD IN THIS LAND, IN EVERY WAKING MINUTE, A SUPPLICATION GOES UP TO ALMIGHTY GOD THAT ALL OF US BEG THAT SUFFERING AND STARVING, THAT DEATH AND DESTRUCTION MAY END, AND THAT PEACE MAY RETURN TO THE WORLD. IN COMMON EFFECTION FOR ALL MANKIND, YOUR PRAYERS JOIN WITH MINE, THAT GOD WILL HEAL THE WOUNDS AND THE HEARTS OF HUMANITY'

Subcontracting aircraft parts. Nearly ready to take its place in the battle for humanity, this control car for a naval non-rigid airship is receiving the finishing touches at the huge airship dock of an Ohio rubber company. Workers are here installing one of the two powerful motors which provide the power for the ship. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

Subcontracting aircraft parts. Nearly ready to take its place in the battle for humanity, this control car for a naval non-rigid airship is receiving the finishing touches at the huge airship dock of an Ohio rubber company. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

Subcontracting aircraft parts. Nearly ready to take its place in the battle for humanity, this control car for a naval non-rigid airship is receiving the finishing touches at the huge airship dock of an Ohio rubber company. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

Subcontracting aircraft parts. Nearly ready to take its place in the battle for humanity, this control car for a naval non-rigid airship is receiving the finishing touches at the huge airship dock of an Ohio rubber company. Workers are here installing one of the two powerful motors which provide the power for the ship. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

Labels. When North African boys stick their hands in the pockets of these used American clothes we are sending, they'll find tags with pictures of the Statue of Liberty. Labels on medicines sent to desease-ridden areas tell the sick, "American science is dedicated to the health of humanity."

Water Aids Humanity

Callers christmas lights

CARY, N.C. (Oct. 19, 2006) Sailors assigned to the Virginia-class nuclear-powered fast-attack submarine NORTH CAROLINA (SSN 777) participate in a Habitat for Humanity project as a part of Navy Week. Throughout the week, Sailors also passed out NORTH CAROLINA ball caps to children at Duke Children's Hospital, served lunch at an area soup kitchen, and read stories to children at a local library. Navy Week is sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach and is coordinated with local recruiting districts. The events are held in cities across the country in an effort to increase Navy awareness in cities without a large Navy presence. U.S. Navy photo (Released)

US Navy (USN) Sailors from Naval Hospital Great Lakes located in Chicago, Illinois (IL), giving back to the community by offloading construction materials at a Habitat for Humanity construction project in Chicago's South Suburbs, during Navy Week Chicago. Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, twenty such weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the Country

CARY, N.C. (Oct. 19, 2006) Sailors assigned to the Virginia-class nuclear-powered fast-attack submarine NORTH CAROLINA (SSN 777) participate in a Habitat for Humanity project as a part of Navy Week. Throughout the week, Sailors also passed out NORTH CAROLINA ball caps to children at Duke Children's Hospital, served lunch at an area soup kitchen, and read stories to children at a local library. Navy Week is sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach and is coordinated with local recruiting districts. The events are held in cities across the country in an effort to increase Navy awareness in cities without a large Navy presence. U.S. Navy photo (Released)

US Navy (USN) Sailors from Naval Hospital Great Lakes located in Chicago, Illinois (IL), giving back to the community by setting floor joists at a Habitat for Humanity construction project in Chicago's South Suburbs, during Navy Week Chicago. Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, twenty such weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the Country

Artwork: "Hands of Humanity, MSGT Wayne Fisk" Artist: Harrison Benton Copyrighted

US Air Force Captain Brenda Foster, 56th Medical Support Squadron staff pharmacist, secures a piece of drywall to the exterior of a house. The Company Grade Officers' Council along with the 56th Componet Repair Squadron volunteered their time and talents to the Habitat for Humanity to build houses for low-income families in Arizona

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1999 TITLE: "Looking Ahead" CATEGORY: Portfolio PLACE: Third Place Portfolio CAPTION INFORMATION: Children in Dominasi Village, Ghana, watch as their standard of living improves. U.S. Navy and Marine volunteers traveled deep into the country, to a village, where military troops have never been seen, to help villagers build new homes. The homes, made of mud bricks, are paid for by Habitat for Humanity, which works in 15 countries in Africa trying to improve the quality of life for thousands of people. IMAGE FILE #DD-SP-01-00053

990815-A-2682N-014US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, addresses the crowd, as Charlie Gray, Resources Committee Chairman, Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, looks on during a Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia

US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, and Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia poser for a photograph after cutting the ribbon on her new house during the Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie

US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, presents the Commanders Award for Civil Service Plaque to Beth Foley, Representative of the Habitat for Humanity International, during a Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia

US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, presents the Commanders Award for Civilian Service to Beth Foley, Representative of the Habitat for Humanity International, as Charlie Gray, Resources Committee Chairman, Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, looks on during a Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia

At Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia US Army Chaplain Captain Sandy McLean reads the Invocation as Charlie Gray, Resources Committee Chairman, Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, (red shirt) and US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, stand with heads bowed during a Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie

US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, and Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia cut the ribbon on her new house during the Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie

US Air Force CHIEF MASTER Sergeant Jeff Lawerence, 6th Communications Squadron, MacDill Air Force Base, Flordia, applies roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill AFB, participated in the Habitat For Humanity Worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- Mission Possible Home Building Project

Several people apply roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill Air Force Base participated in the Habitat For Humanity Worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- Mission Possible Home Building Project

Several people including US Air Force members from MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, participated in the Habitat For Humanity Worldwide 1 Week- 10,000 Houses- Mission Possible Home Building Project

Close up of hands applying roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, participated in the Habitat For Humanity worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- mission possible home building project

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Lorraine Detaeye-Osgood, 6th Communications Squadron, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, applies roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill AFB participated in the Habitat For Humanity worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- mission possible home building project

US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Angel Miranda, jr., United States Special Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, applies roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill AFB participated in the Habitat For Humanity worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- mission possible home building project

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in New York City, New York [for appearance] on the NBC Today Show doing a Habitat for Humanity build

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in New York City, New York [for appearance] on the NBC Today Show doing a Habitat for Humanity build

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in New York City, New York [for appearance] on the NBC Today Show doing a Habitat for Humanity build

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in New York City, New York [for appearance] on the NBC Today Show doing a Habitat for Humanity build

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in New York City, New York [for appearance] on the NBC Today Show doing a Habitat for Humanity build

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in New York City, New York [for appearance] on the NBC Today Show doing a Habitat for Humanity build

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in New York City, New York [for appearance] on the NBC Today Show doing a Habitat for Humanity build

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in New York City, New York [for appearance] on the NBC Today Show doing a Habitat for Humanity build