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[Kenneth Alexander Howard, 1st Earl of Effingham.]

Kenneth Macleay

Kenneth MaCleay, R.S.A.

Kenneth Macleay

sheep from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

sheep from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

sheep from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

sunset from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

cliffs from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

M. J. Palmer from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

sheep from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

ship from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

Clackmannanshire from "Kenneth McAlpine: a tale of mountain, moorland, and sea"

Sir Alfred & Lady Butt & son Kenneth

Mrs. Kenneth Alexander (Molly King)

Kenneth Sellers (Makaglutokeca)

McKELLAR, KENNETH SENATOR

Kenneth Triest

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross in England. Red Cross workers at London headquarters. Front row: Rosalie O'Donnell, St. Louis; Mary Ann Newcomb, Washington; Bessie Fisher, St. Louis. Middle Row: Bessie Newcomb, Washington; Dulcie Bell, Ayr, N.B.; Bonie Bonham, Golden, Col; Back row: Kenneth Thomas, Bridgeport, Conn.; William Rierdon, N.Y

McKELLAR, KENNETH DOUGLAS. REP. FROM TENNESSEE, 1911-1917; SENATOR, 1917-1929

McKELLAR, KENNETH DOUGLAS. REP. FROM TENNESSEE, 1911-1917; SENATOR, 1917-1929

Kenneth & Wilbur Sze

Kenneth Sze

Kenneth Sze

S. Nuorteva, Madam Nuorteva, Four [?], Kenneth Durant, L. Martins

Senator Kenneth McKellar, Tenn.

Martens, Kenneth Durantt

Senator Kenneth McKellar, Tenn.

View of Athens / Kenneth Roberts.

A. Kenneth Mayer

Lt. Kenneth Garrett, Lt. V. Bertrauvais, 9/2/23

A. Kenneth Mayer

Booth Tarkington, Kenneth M. Roberts & Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]

Atwater Kent, Booth Tarkington and Kenneth M. Roberts, full, walking, Kennebunkport, Maine

Kenneth M. Roberts, Atwater Kent & Booth Tarkington, [8/11/25]

Booth Tarkington, Kenneth M. Roberts & Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]

Pres. Hoover with Al Hoxie and his Phila. Harmonica Band, Kenneth Goodyear is the 5 year old mascot

President Hoover meets with his newly created enforcement commission. President Hoover met this afternoon for the first time with the Ambassador of her newly created Law Enforcement Commissioner, appointed for the purpose. In the front row, seated, left to right: Roscoe Pound; Ada L. Comstock; William D. Mitchell, Attorney General; President Hoover; George W. Wickersham, chairman of the Commission; and William S. Kenyon. In the back row, left to right: Kenneth R. MacIntosh; Monte M. Lehman; Paul J. McCormick; William J. Grubb; Frank J. Loesh; Newton D. Baker; and Henry W. Anderson [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Sen. Kenneth McKellar of Tenn. (CBS)

View of dedication of New Post Office Department. A general view showing the crowds that gathered in the court yard of the new Post Office Department building at the dedication ceremonies. Diplomats and those high in governmental life were present. Postmaster General James Farley was the principal speaker. Speaker for the House Rainey also spoke as did Rep. James M. Mead of N.Y. and Rep. Kenneth McKellar of Tennessee, 6/11/34

[Kenneth L. Morehouse and his midget car "Little Mystery," probably taken at an event at a hotel, Washington, D.C.]

[Kenneth L. Morehouse and his midget car "Little Mystery," probably taken at an event at a hotel, Washington, D.C.]

Kenneth W. Dalzell, Maplewood, New Jersey. Moran House, horizontal

Kenneth W. Dalzell, Maplewood, New Jersey. Moran House, vertical

When Congress closed. Postmaster General James A. Farley congratulating Sen. Kenneth McKellar of Tenn., on the passing of the resolution to simplify the airmail routes and contracts, during the last hours of Congress. This photo was made shortly after the 73rd Congress ajourned

Kenneth W. Dalzell, Maplewood, New Jersey. Callahan House

Kenneth W. Dalzell, Maplewood, New Jersey. E.D. Martin house

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Mr. Kenneth Clark, Assistant Director of Information

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

National Archives to get 1892 petition for building of better roads. Washington, D.C., April 30. A petition containing over one million names submitted to the United States Senate in 1892 requesting legislation, "for the purpose of promoting knowledge in the art and construction and maintenance of roads" is to be removed from the Capitol and deposited in the National Archives building. Senator Kenneth McKeller, (right) Chairman of the Senate Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads, is shown examining the petition with (left to right) Frank McCallister, Deputy Examiner, National Archives; and Col. Edwin A. Halsey, Secretary of the Senate, 4/30/1937

Eddie C. Ray, of Warren, Ohio, left and Kenneth J. Sodiers, of Cleveland, Ohio, undercover men for Republic Steel, testifying before the Lafollette Civil Liberties Committee

John Hamilton & Kenneth Jones

President organizes $4,000,000,000 pump priming campaign. Washington, D.C., April 11. President Roosevelt met with his Relief and Congressional Aides today to the personal command of a new administration fight to check business recession with a $4,000,000,000 pump priming campaign. The president subordinated all other White House business to efforts to hammer his lending and spending program into shape as a major New Deal offensive against recession and unemployment, left to right: Director of the Budget Daniel Bell, Sen. James F. Byrnes, SC. Sen. Carter Glass of Va., Majority Leader of the House Sen. Sam Rayburn of Tex., Sen Kenneth McKeller of Tenn., Sec. of Treasury Henry Morenthau, and in the rear, Rep. Edward Johnson, of Colo., April 11, 1938

John Hamilton & Kenneth Jones

Rep. [...] John Hamilton & Kenneth Jones

PRESIDENT LEAVES CAPITOL AFTER ADDRESS. WASHINGTON, D.C. SEPTEMBER 21. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, FOLLOWING HIS ADDRESS TO THE JOINT SESSION OF CONGRESS TODAY, IS SHOWN HERE AS HE LEFT THE CAPITOL. ON THE LEFT IS BRIG. GENL. EDWIN M. WATSON, SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT; AND ON THE RIGHT IS KENNETH ROMNEY, SERGEANT-AT-ARMS OF THE HOUSE WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT TO HIS CAR

Kenneth Wherry, Repub. Nat'l. Committeeman from Nebraska, April 1940

First neutron time-of-flight apparatus with liquid hydrogen apparatus used in "ortho-para" scattering experiments with Kenneth Pitzer, 1940. Copied from Luis Alvarez' personal photos. Morgue 1946-8 (P-8); ZN 3280 [photographer unknown]

Kenneth G. Smith, residence on Via Del Mar, Palm Beach, Florida. Interior, to fireplace

Photograph of Kenneth Bartlett Using Blade to Remove Dirt from Flood-Damaged Document, Repair and Preservation Division

Dr. John Kenneth Gailbraith, assistant administrator, Office of Price Administration (OPA) and Civilian Supply, Office of Emergency Management. Dr. Galbraith is an assistant professor of economics at Princeton University

Kenneth G. Smith, residence on Via Del Mar, Palm Beach, Florida. Interior, to bar

Kenneth W. Marriner, Wool Consultant, Textiles, Clothing and Equipage Branch, Office of Production Management (OPM)

ANNUAL GOLD CUP STEEPLECHASE DRAWS CROWD. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 4. IN SPITE OF A BITING WIND AND A DULL DAY, THE ANNUAL GOLD CUP STEEPLECHASE IN WARRENTON, VA, DREW AN ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD OF HORSE LOVERS. PICTURED HERE ARE, L TO R: MRS. KENNETH JENKINS; MRS. ROBERT WINMILL; AND FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, JR.

Kenneth G. Smith, residence on Via Del Mar, Palm Beach, Florida. Powder room

Kenneth G. Smith, residence on Via Del Mar, Palm Beach, Florida. Entrance detail

Kenneth G. Smith, residence on Via Del Mar, Palm Beach, Florida. Guest bedroom

Kenneth Beirn, residence at 229 E. 48th St., New York City. Living room, to fireplace

Kenneth Beirn, residence at 229 E. 48th St., New York City. Living room, to piano

Kenneth Beirn, residence at 229 E. 48th St., New York City. Living room, to fireplace

Kenneth Beirn, residence at 229 E. 48th St., New York City. Living room, piano and window

Kenneth Beirn, residence at 229 E. 48th St., New York City. Living room, to piano

Kenneth Beirn, residence at 229 E. 48th St., New York City. Living room window

Kenneth Beirn, residence at 229 E. 48th St., New York City. Living room, to piano

Ernest Orlando Lawrence (left) and C.E.K. (Charles Edward Kenneth) Mees, taken February 20, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall leaves for work

Sheffield, Alabama. (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall and family at dinner in their home at a defense housing project

Sheffield, Alabama. Reynolds Alloys Company. Kenneth C. Hall, foreman of a hot mill

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth Hall gives daughter Peggy a shower with garden hose in front of their TVA defense home

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Home of Kenneth C. Hall

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall leaves for work

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority(TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall with his wife, Helen Louise, and daughter Peggy. Mr. Hall is a foreman in the hot rolling mill at the Reynolds Metals Company, an aluminum plant using TVA electricity. He lives in a TVA defense house at Sheffield, Alabama

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth Hall eating lunch

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall and family in the living room of their home on a defense housing project

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall and family play croquet outside their home built by the TVA

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Kenneth D. Frazier. Official Portrait

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall and family play croquet outside their home built by the T VA

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall and family discuss their victory garden

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth Hall eating lunch

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Mrs. Kenneth C. Hall prepares a balanced meal for her family

Office of Price Administration Regional Administrators. Regular meeting of OPA Regional Administrators in Washington, D.C., October 14th and 15th, 1942. Standing, left to right: Maxwell McCullough, Dallas, Texas; Clem W. Collins, Denver, Colorado; Harry F. Camp, San Francisco, California; Birkett Williams, Cleveland, Ohio; Oscar Strauss, Atlanta, Georgia. Seated, left to right: John C. Weigel, Chicago, Illinois; Sylvan Joseph, New York, New York; John E. Hamm, Senior Deputy Administrator, Washington, D.C.; Kenneth B. Backman, Boston, Massachusetts

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth Hall washes up after work in aluminum plant

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth Hall is inspected by guards as he enters aluminum plant where he works

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall plays on the baseball team at the aluminum plant

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Kenneth C. Hall, wife and daughter rowing on the Tennessee River

Sheffield, Alabama. Reynolds Alloys Company. Kenneth C. Hall, foreman of the hot mill

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority(TVA)). Home of Kenneth C. Hall

[Portrait of Kenneth McTeer]