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decoration from "A new Miscellany of original poems, translations and imitations, by ... Mr Prior, Mr Pope, Mr Hughes, Mr Harcourt, Lady M[ary] W[ortley] M[ontague], Mrs Manley, etc. Now first published ... with some familiar Letters by the late Earl of Rochester, never before printed. [Edited, with contributions, by A. H., i.e. Anthony Hammond.]"

decoration from "A new Miscellany of original poems, translations and imitations, by ... Mr Prior, Mr Pope, Mr Hughes, Mr Harcourt, Lady M[ary] W[ortley] M[ontague], Mrs Manley, etc. Now first published ... with some familiar Letters by the late Earl of Rochester, never before printed. [Edited, with contributions, by A. H., i.e. Anthony Hammond.]"

decoration from "A new Miscellany of original poems, translations and imitations, by ... Mr Prior, Mr Pope, Mr Hughes, Mr Harcourt, Lady M[ary] W[ortley] M[ontague], Mrs Manley, etc. Now first published ... with some familiar Letters by the late Earl of Rochester, never before printed. [Edited, with contributions, by A. H., i.e. Anthony Hammond.]"

decoration from "A new Miscellany of original poems, translations and imitations, by ... Mr Prior, Mr Pope, Mr Hughes, Mr Harcourt, Lady M[ary] W[ortley] M[ontague], Mrs Manley, etc. Now first published ... with some familiar Letters by the late Earl of Rochester, never before printed. [Edited, with contributions, by A. H., i.e. Anthony Hammond.]"

decoration from "A new Miscellany of original poems, translations and imitations, by ... Mr Prior, Mr Pope, Mr Hughes, Mr Harcourt, Lady M[ary] W[ortley] M[ontague], Mrs Manley, etc. Now first published ... with some familiar Letters by the late Earl of Rochester, never before printed. [Edited, with contributions, by A. H., i.e. Anthony Hammond.]"

decoration from "A new Miscellany of original poems, translations and imitations, by ... Mr Prior, Mr Pope, Mr Hughes, Mr Harcourt, Lady M[ary] W[ortley] M[ontague], Mrs Manley, etc. Now first published ... with some familiar Letters by the late Earl of Rochester, never before printed. [Edited, with contributions, by A. H., i.e. Anthony Hammond.]"

portrait from "A new Miscellany of original poems, translations and imitations, by ... Mr Prior, Mr Pope, Mr Hughes, Mr Harcourt, Lady M[ary] W[ortley] M[ontague], Mrs Manley, etc. Now first published ... with some familiar Letters by the late Earl of Rochester, never before printed. [Edited, with contributions, by A. H., i.e. Anthony Hammond.]"

portrait from "A new Miscellany of original poems, translations and imitations, by ... Mr Prior, Mr Pope, Mr Hughes, Mr Harcourt, Lady M[ary] W[ortley] M[ontague], Mrs Manley, etc. Now first published ... with some familiar Letters by the late Earl of Rochester, never before printed. [Edited, with contributions, by A. H., i.e. Anthony Hammond.]"

Power, Manley

Power, Manley

Power, Manley

Power, Manley

Pearson, Manley - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Pearson, Manley - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Getting on to the bandwagon

Getting on to the bandwagon

The wailing place of the bosses

The wailing place of the bosses

For the enemies he has made

For the enemies he has made

Daughty Lemar Manley

Daughty Lemar Manley

Manley O. Hudson

Manley O. Hudson

Taft & Manley

Taft & Manley

Samuel Pierpont Langley and Charles M. Manly

Samuel Pierpont Langley and Charles M. Manly

Manley, J C - 3d Cavalry

Manley, J C - 3d Cavalry

Manley, R - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - First (Strawbridge's) Infantry, L - Mi - Louisiana

Manley, R - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - First (Strawbridge's) Infantry, L - Mi - Louisiana

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 4; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Wards 1 & 2 ) Sub Plan; [Map bounded by Water St., Marsh St., Proposed Canal]; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Wards 1 & 2 ) [Map bounded by Nott Ave., Anable Ave., Hunters Point Ave., Borden Ave., Bradley Ave., Green Point Ave., Review Ave., Newtown Creek, Star Ave.; Including Vanpelt St., Hulst St., Honeywell St., Moore St., Rawson St., Hill St., Vandam St., Gale St., School St., Mount St., Manley St., Orton St., Pearsall St., Young St., Gilbert St., Beaver St., Marsh St., Water St., Howard St., Spring St., Preston St., Pine St., Van Mater St., Thomas St., Dufyea St.]

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 4; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Wards 1 & 2 ) Sub Plan; [Map bounded by Water St., Marsh St., Proposed Canal]; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Wards 1 & 2 ) [Map bounded by Nott Ave., Anable Ave., Hunters Point Ave., Borden Ave., Bradley Ave., Green Point Ave., Review Ave., Newtown Creek, Star Ave.; Including Vanpelt St., Hulst St., Honeywell St., Moore St., Rawson St., Hill St., Vandam St., Gale St., School St., Mount St., Manley St., Orton St., Pearsall St., Young St., Gilbert St., Beaver St., Marsh St., Water St., Howard St., Spring St., Preston St., Pine St., Van Mater St., Thomas St., Dufyea St.]

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 3; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Ward 2, 3 & 4). [Map bounded by Washington Ave., Webster Ave., Freeman Ave., Rapelje Ave., Beebe Ave., Payntar Ave., Wilbur Ave., Hunter Ave., Jackson Ave., Thomson Ave., Nott Ave. Harris Ave., Skillman Ave. Queens Boulevard, Foster Ave.; Including Prospect st., Radde St., Academy St., Lockwood St., Lathrop St., Briell St., Bartow St., Blackwell St., Pomeroy St., North Jane St., South Jane St., Henry St., Barn St., Orchard St., Queens Pl., Dutch Kills Pl., Creek St., Van Pelt St., Hulst St., Buckley St., Honeywell St., Moore St., Rawson St., Hill St., Vandam St., School St., Mount St., Manley St., Orton St.]

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 3; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Ward 2, 3 & 4). [Map bounded by Washington Ave., Webster Ave., Freeman Ave., Rapelje Ave., Beebe Ave., Payntar Ave., Wilbur Ave., Hunter Ave., Jackson Ave., Thomson Ave., Nott Ave. Harris Ave., Skillman Ave. Queens Boulevard, Foster Ave.; Including Prospect st., Radde St., Academy St., Lockwood St., Lathrop St., Briell St., Bartow St., Blackwell St., Pomeroy St., North Jane St., South Jane St., Henry St., Barn St., Orchard St., Queens Pl., Dutch Kills Pl., Creek St., Van Pelt St., Hulst St., Buckley St., Honeywell St., Moore St., Rawson St., Hill St., Vandam St., School St., Mount St., Manley St., Orton St.]

Manley Creasson, 914 W. 6 St. Messenger #6, Mackay Telegraph Co. Says he is 14; school records say 13. Says he has steady job - "Been a messenger for years. Get $15 for 2 weeks' pay." Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Manley Creasson, 914 W. 6 St. Messenger #6, Mackay Telegraph Co. Says he is 14; school records say 13. Says he has steady job - "Been a messenger for years. Get $15 for 2 weeks' pay."  Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Genrl. Isaac Sherwood, Genl. Chas. Manley Stedman

Genrl. Isaac Sherwood, Genl. Chas. Manley Stedman

Basil Manley, Federal Power Comm.

Basil Manley, Federal Power Comm.

U.S. Negro troops on way to Liberia. Aboard a U.S. Army transport bound for Liberia, Africa officers of the Negro troops sit down for a meal. Left to right around the table; Lieutenant Abner R. Branch, oral surgeon; Captain Harsba F. Buoyer, war vetern and distinguished doctor; Captain W.D. Nabors; Warrant Officer Brice; Lieutenant Henderson, pathologist and tropical medicine expert; Edgar Rouezeau, correspondent of the Pittsburg Courier; Lieutenant Ned Manley, orthopedic surgeon and professor at Howard University , famous Negro institution, before entering the service; and Lieutenant Goldsberry, physician and holder of a master's degree in public health from Harvard University

U.S. Negro troops on way to Liberia. Aboard a U.S. Army transport bound for Liberia, Africa officers of the Negro troops sit down for a meal. Left to right around the table; Lieutenant Abner R. Branch, oral surgeon; Captain Harsba F. Buoyer, war vetern and distinguished doctor; Captain W.D. Nabors; Warrant Officer Brice; Lieutenant Henderson, pathologist and tropical medicine expert; Edgar Rouezeau, correspondent of the Pittsburg Courier; Lieutenant Ned Manley, orthopedic surgeon and professor at Howard University , famous Negro institution, before entering the service; and Lieutenant Goldsberry, physician and holder of a master's degree in public health from Harvard University

Arab recruits on parade in Jerusalem. Jamal Eff. Toukan, Mr. Keith Roach, Col. Manley, Mil. Com. & Mustafa Bey Khalidi

Arab recruits on parade in Jerusalem. Jamal Eff. Toukan, Mr. Keith Roach, Col. Manley, Mil. Com. & Mustafa Bey Khalidi

Arab recruits on parade in Jerusalem. Jamal Eff. Toukan, Mr. Keith Roach, Col. Manley, Mil. Com. & Mustafa Bey Khalidi

Arab recruits on parade in Jerusalem. Jamal Eff. Toukan, Mr. Keith Roach, Col. Manley, Mil. Com. & Mustafa Bey Khalidi

Negro Marines prepare for action. Breaking a tradition of 167 years, the U.S. Marine Corps started enlisting Negroes on June 1, 1942. The first class of 1,200 Negro volunteers began their training three months later as members of the 51st Composite Defense Battalion at Montford Point, a section of the 200-square mile Marine Base, Camp Lejeune, at New River, North Carolina. Among the outstanding Negroes in the original group of Negro Marines is Private First Class Walker Manley, formerly organist of the Christian Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, and a demonstrator for the Hammond Organ Company, who is now post organist at Camp Lejeune. In addition to being organist for the Montford Point chapel, he is also organist for several of the chapels where white enlistees worship

Negro Marines prepare for action. Breaking a tradition of 167 years, the U.S. Marine Corps started enlisting Negroes on June 1, 1942. The first class of 1,200 Negro volunteers began their training three months later as members of the 51st Composite Defense Battalion at Montford Point, a section of the 200-square mile Marine Base, Camp Lejeune, at New River, North Carolina. Among the outstanding Negroes in the original group of Negro Marines is Private First Class Walker Manley, formerly organist of the Christian Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, and a demonstrator for the Hammond Organ Company, who is now post organist at Camp Lejeune. In addition to being organist  for the Montford Point chapel, he is also organist for several of the chapels where white enlistees worship

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

DD-940 Manley

2-21 Lunch with the Honorable Micheal Manley; 22-34 Amy accepts painting

2-21 Lunch with the Honorable Micheal Manley; 22-34 Amy accepts painting

3-13 Christmas tree Lighting; 16-17 RC with Barb Walters; 18-36 Jimmy Carter with PM Manley of Jamaca

3-13 Christmas tree Lighting; 16-17 RC with Barb Walters; 18-36 Jimmy Carter with PM Manley of Jamaca

2-19 The President meets with the Honoravle Michael Manley ;20-34 Departure for North Carolina

2-19 The President meets with the Honoravle Michael Manley ;20-34 Departure for North Carolina

Lunch with The Honorable Michael Manley

Lunch with The Honorable Michael Manley

The President meets with The Honorable Michael Manley

The President meets with The Honorable Michael Manley

Jimmy Carter with Prime Minister Manley; 16-26 Lunch for Mrs. Manley; 27-30 RC with Mrs. Begin

Jimmy Carter with Prime Minister Manley; 16-26 Lunch for Mrs. Manley; 27-30 RC with Mrs. Begin

The President meets with the Honorable Michael Manley

The President meets with the Honorable Michael Manley

Mist surrounds three docked destroyers. The destroyers are, from left to right: the USS MANLEY (DD-940), the USS VOGELGESANG (DD-862) and the USS EDSON (DD-946)

Mist surrounds three docked destroyers. The destroyers are, from left to right: the USS MANLEY (DD-940), the USS VOGELGESANG (DD-862) and the USS EDSON (DD-946)

An aerial starboard bow view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69), right, conducting underway replenishment with the Ashtabula class oiler USS CALOOSAHATCHEE (AO 98), center, during Exercise BRIGHT STAR '83. The Forrest Sherman class destroyer USS MANLEY (DD 940) is underway to the left

An aerial starboard bow view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69), right, conducting underway replenishment with the Ashtabula class oiler USS CALOOSAHATCHEE (AO 98), center, during Exercise BRIGHT STAR '83. The Forrest Sherman class destroyer USS MANLEY (DD 940) is underway to the left

An aerial bow view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69), right, conducting underway replenishment with the Ashtabula Class oiler USS CALOOSAHATCHEE (AO-98), center, during Exercise Bright Star '83. The Forrest Sherman Class destroyer USS MANLEY (DD-940) is underway to the left

An aerial bow view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69), right, conducting underway replenishment with the Ashtabula Class oiler USS CALOOSAHATCHEE (AO-98), center, during Exercise Bright Star '83. The Forrest Sherman Class destroyer USS MANLEY (DD-940) is underway to the left

An aerial starboard quarter view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69), right, conducting underway replenishment with the Ashtabula Class oiler USS CALOOSAHATCHEE (AO-98), center, during Exercise Bright Star '83. The Forrest Sherman Class destroyer USS MANLEY (DD-940) is underway to the bottom right

An aerial starboard quarter view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69), right, conducting underway replenishment with the Ashtabula Class oiler USS CALOOSAHATCHEE (AO-98), center, during Exercise Bright Star '83. The Forrest Sherman Class destroyer USS MANLEY (DD-940) is underway to the bottom right

PORTRAIT - ASTRONAUT CARTER, MANLEY L.

PORTRAIT - ASTRONAUT CARTER, MANLEY L.

AIRMAN (AMN) John Samson, left, and Sergeant (SGT) Mike Manley, right, of the 375th Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance shop inspect the landing gear on a C-9 Nightingale aircraft

AIRMAN (AMN) John Samson, left, and Sergeant (SGT) Mike Manley, right, of the 375th Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance shop inspect the landing gear on a C-9 Nightingale aircraft

(Left to right) Canadian Minister of Industry John Manley, NASA administrator Daniel Goldin, and President of the Canadian Space Agency Mac Evans give a thumbs up to the end of a successful mission after Space Shuttle orbiter Discovery (behind them) touched down on KSC's Shuttle Landing Facility Runway 15. Main gear touchdown occurred at 2:02:43 a.m. EDT to complete the 9-day, 19-hour, 13-minute and 1-second long STS-96 mission. Onboard the Shuttle was Mission Specialist Julie Payette, who represents the Canadian Space Agency. At the controls for the landing were Commander Kent V. Rominger and Pilot Rick D. Husband. Others onboard were Mission Specialists Ellen Ochoa (Ph.D.), Tamara E. Jernigan (Ph.D.), Daniel T. Barry (M.D., Ph.D.), and Valery Ivanovich Tokarev, represents the Russian Space Agency. The crew returned from the second flight to the International Space Station on a logistics and resupply mission KSC-99pp0629

(Left to right) Canadian Minister of Industry John Manley, NASA administrator Daniel Goldin, and President of the Canadian Space Agency Mac Evans give a thumbs up to the end of a successful mission after Space Shuttle orbiter Discovery (behind them) touched down on KSC's Shuttle Landing Facility Runway 15. Main gear touchdown occurred at 2:02:43 a.m. EDT to complete the 9-day, 19-hour, 13-minute and 1-second long STS-96 mission. Onboard the Shuttle was Mission Specialist Julie Payette, who represents the Canadian Space Agency. At the controls for the landing were Commander Kent V. Rominger and Pilot Rick D. Husband. Others onboard were Mission Specialists Ellen Ochoa (Ph.D.), Tamara E. Jernigan (Ph.D.), Daniel T. Barry (M.D., Ph.D.), and Valery Ivanovich Tokarev, represents the Russian Space Agency. The crew returned from the second flight to the International Space Station on a logistics and resupply mission KSC-99pp0629

SENIOR AIRMAN Hank Webb, USAF, (center) and STAFF Sergeant Erin Manley,, USAF, both Aerospace Physiological Support specialists from the 5th Reconnaissance Squadron (Black Cats), Osan Air Base, Korea, adjust the straps on the pressure suit of U-2R Dragon Lady pilot Captain Michael Wheeler before a mission. Because of the altitudes that the aircraft can reach, a U-2R pilot has to wear a full-pressure suit similar to those worn by astronauts

SENIOR AIRMAN Hank Webb, USAF, (center) and STAFF Sergeant Erin Manley,, USAF, both Aerospace Physiological Support specialists from the 5th Reconnaissance Squadron (Black Cats), Osan Air Base, Korea, adjust the straps on the pressure suit of U-2R Dragon Lady pilot Captain Michael Wheeler before a mission. Because of the altitudes that the aircraft can reach, a U-2R pilot has to wear a full-pressure suit similar to those worn by astronauts

US Air Force (USAF) Major General (MGEN) John Smith, Adjutant General, Ohio (OH), Air National Guard (ANG) exits his C-26A Metro aircraft at Norman Manley International Airport (IAP) in Kingston, Jamaica, during a visit with Joint Task Force (JTF) personnel during Exercise NEW HORIZONS 2002

US Air Force (USAF) Major General (MGEN) John Smith, Adjutant General, Ohio (OH), Air National Guard (ANG) exits his C-26A Metro aircraft at Norman Manley International Airport (IAP) in Kingston, Jamaica, during a visit with Joint Task Force (JTF) personnel during Exercise NEW HORIZONS 2002

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Lee Manley, 5th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES), rings the final alarm during the Remembrance Ceremony on Patriots Day, at Spangdahlem Air Base (AB), Germany

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Lee Manley, 5th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES), rings the final alarm during the Remembrance Ceremony on Patriots Day, at Spangdahlem Air Base (AB), Germany

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Lee Manley, 5th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES), looks on during the Remembrance Ceremony on Patriots Day, at Spangdahlem Air Base (AB), Germany

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Lee Manley, 5th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES), looks on during the Remembrance Ceremony on Patriots Day, at Spangdahlem Air Base (AB), Germany

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Justin Manley, of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is a member of the research team conducting underwater acoustic research in the Launch Complex 39 turn basin near Launch Pad 39A. Several government agencies, including NASA, NOAA, the Navy, the Coast Guard, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission are involved in the testing. The research involves demonstrations of passive and active sensor technologies, with applications in fields ranging from marine biological research to homeland security. The work is also serving as a pilot project to assess the cooperation between the agencies involved. Equipment under development includes a passive acoustic monitor developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and mobile robotic sensors from the Navy’s Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  -  Justin Manley, of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is a member of the research team conducting underwater acoustic research in the Launch Complex 39 turn basin near Launch Pad 39A.  Several government agencies, including NASA, NOAA, the Navy, the Coast Guard, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission are involved in the testing. The research involves demonstrations of passive and active sensor technologies, with applications in fields ranging from marine biological research to homeland security. The work is also serving as a pilot project to assess the cooperation between the agencies involved. Equipment under development includes a passive acoustic monitor developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and mobile robotic sensors from the Navy’s Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit.

Three U.S. Air Force Airmen of the Band of the Pacific, TECH. SGT. Sam Cliff, MASTER SGT. Jeffrey Manley and TECH. SGT. Jay Nordeen, jump into the icy waters during the 22nd Annual Seward Polar Bear Jump of Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska, on Jan. 22, 2005.(U.S. Air Force PHOTO by TECH. SGT. Keith Brown) (Released)

Three U.S. Air Force Airmen of the Band of the Pacific, TECH. SGT. Sam Cliff, MASTER SGT. Jeffrey Manley and TECH. SGT. Jay Nordeen, jump into the icy waters during the 22nd Annual Seward Polar Bear Jump of Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska, on Jan. 22, 2005.(U.S. Air Force PHOTO by TECH. SGT. Keith Brown) (Released)

US Navy (USN) Captain (CAPT) Gerald Manley (left), Naval Facility Regional Officer in Charge (OIC) of Construction; USN CAPT Lloyd Callis, Commanding Officer (CO) Naval Air Technical Training Center (NATTC); USN CAPT John Pruitt, CO, Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP); John Bennett, Broadmoor LLC; and CAPT Robert Raines (right), Naval Facility Southern Division, cut the ceremonial ribbon at Chevalier Hall on board NAS Pensacola, Florida (FL). Chevalier Hall, rebuilt after being devastated with heavy damage from Hurricane Ivan in September 2004, is the home of aviation technical schools where new Sailors receive their initial training before being assigned to the Fleet

US Navy (USN) Captain (CAPT) Gerald Manley (left), Naval Facility Regional Officer in Charge (OIC) of Construction; USN CAPT Lloyd Callis, Commanding Officer (CO) Naval Air Technical Training Center (NATTC); USN CAPT John Pruitt, CO, Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP); John Bennett, Broadmoor LLC; and CAPT Robert Raines (right), Naval Facility Southern Division, cut the ceremonial ribbon at Chevalier Hall on board NAS Pensacola, Florida (FL). Chevalier Hall, rebuilt after being devastated with heavy damage from Hurricane Ivan in September 2004, is the home of aviation technical schools where new Sailors receive their initial training before being assigned to the Fleet

STAFF SGT. Jeff Manley moves into a room as SGT. Collin Belgarde follows. These 136th Quartermaster Battalion Soldiers were in the building of the Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) training area at SPC. Allen Hoaglund, 136th Quartermaster Battalion, scans his sector for enemy targets during the convoy operations training at Camp Gilbert C. Grafton Training Center. The 136th is a North Dakota National Guard unit based in Devils Lake, N.D. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. Jonathan Haugen) (Released)

STAFF SGT. Jeff Manley moves into a room as SGT. Collin Belgarde follows.  These 136th Quartermaster Battalion Soldiers were in the building of the Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) training area at SPC. Allen Hoaglund, 136th Quartermaster Battalion, scans his sector for enemy targets during the convoy operations training at Camp Gilbert C. Grafton Training Center.  The 136th is a North Dakota National Guard unit based in Devils Lake, N.D. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. Jonathan Haugen) (Released)

US Navy (USN) Engineman First Class (EN1) John Manley (left) and USN Boatswain's Mate Second Class (BM2) Ariene Enriquez, patrol the waters around pier 88 in New York City, aboard a Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB), during Fleet Week New York 2006 activities. The USN Arleigh Burke Class (Flight I): Destroyer (Aegis), USS RAMAGE (DDG 61) and the USN Arleigh Burke Class (Flight IIA): Destroyer (Aegis), USS MASON (DDG 87), are visible in the background

US Navy (USN) Engineman First Class (EN1) John Manley (left) and USN Boatswain's Mate Second Class (BM2) Ariene Enriquez, patrol the waters around pier 88 in New York City, aboard a Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB), during Fleet Week New York 2006 activities. The USN Arleigh Burke Class (Flight I): Destroyer (Aegis), USS RAMAGE (DDG 61) and the USN Arleigh Burke Class (Flight IIA): Destroyer (Aegis), USS MASON (DDG 87), are visible in the background

Flooding ^ Severe Storm - Nashville, Tenn. , June 14, 2010 -- Pete Johnson, FEMA Human Resources Unit Lead, congratulates Chris Cunningham(L), Chad Manley and Joseph Bertrand after swearing them in as local hires to work in the Joint Field Office. FEMA is responding to severe storms and flooding that damaged or destroyed thousands of homes across Tennessee in May 2010. David Fine/FEMA

Flooding ^ Severe Storm - Nashville, Tenn. , June 14, 2010 -- Pete Johnson, FEMA Human Resources Unit Lead,  congratulates Chris Cunningham(L), Chad Manley and Joseph Bertrand after swearing them in as local hires to work in the Joint Field Office.  FEMA is responding to severe storms and flooding that damaged or destroyed thousands of homes across Tennessee in May 2010.  David Fine/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- This FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team (FEMA CR Team Lead Mike Dunn, FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley, FEMA Corps members Dane Gelllerup and Saul Korzenecki) speak with a Hurricane Sandy survivor during their door-to-door outreach to inform survivors of available disaster services. FEMA is here to help eligible individuals and the community recover from this record breaking storm. George Armstrong/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- This FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team (FEMA CR Team Lead Mike Dunn, FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley, FEMA Corps members Dane Gelllerup and Saul Korzenecki) speak with a Hurricane Sandy survivor during their door-to-door outreach to inform survivors of available disaster services. FEMA is here to help eligible individuals and the community recover from this record breaking storm.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team Lead Mike Dunn provides this storm survivor with FEMA Registration information while FEMA Corps members Dane Gellerup and Saul Korzenecki, and FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley observe. FEMA is here to help individuals and the community recover from this record breaking storm. George Armstrong/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 --  FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team Lead Mike Dunn provides this storm survivor with FEMA Registration information while FEMA Corps members Dane Gellerup and Saul Korzenecki, and FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley observe.  FEMA is here to help individuals and the community recover from this record breaking storm.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- This FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team (FEMA CR Team Lead Mike Dunn, FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley, FEMA Corps members Dane Gelllerup and Saul Korzenecki) refer to a map in preparation for their door-to-door outreach to Hurricane Sandy survivors. FEMA is here to help individuals and the community recover from this record breaking storm. George Armstrong/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- This FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team (FEMA CR Team Lead Mike Dunn, FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley, FEMA Corps members Dane Gelllerup and Saul Korzenecki) refer to a map in preparation for their door-to-door outreach to Hurricane Sandy survivors. FEMA is here to help individuals and the community recover from this record breaking storm.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- This FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team pauses at the waters edge to reflect on the fact that Hurricane Sandy's storm surge was more than 10 feet high in this area. The CR Team, FEMA Corps members Saul Korzenecki and Dane Gellerup, FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley, and Team Lead Mike Dunn are here to do door-to-door outreach to inform survivors of available FEMA disaster services. George Armstrong/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- This FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team pauses at the waters edge to reflect on the fact that Hurricane Sandy's storm surge was more than 10 feet high in this area. The CR Team, FEMA Corps members Saul Korzenecki and Dane Gellerup, FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley, and Team Lead Mike Dunn are here to do door-to-door outreach to inform survivors of available FEMA disaster services.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Seaside Park, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- Garrett Manley and Bryan Adams (l), FEMA Corps members, talk to residents at their Seaside Park home. FEMA and FEMA Corps are sending out personnel to provide residents with information about registration and assistance where appropriate. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Seaside Park, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- Garrett Manley and Bryan Adams (l), FEMA Corps members, talk to residents at their Seaside Park home. FEMA and FEMA Corps are sending out personnel to provide residents with information about registration and assistance where appropriate.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- This FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team (FEMA CR Team Lead Mike Dunn, FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley, FEMA Corps members Dane Gelllerup and Saul Korzenecki) speak with a Hurricane Sandy survivor during their door-to-door outreach to inform survivors of available disaster services. FEMA is here to help individuals and the community recover from this record breaking storm. George Armstrong/FEMA

Bayonne, N.J., Nov. 26, 2012 -- This FEMA Community Relations (CR) Outreach Team (FEMA CR Team Lead Mike Dunn, FEMA CR Specialist Juanita Manley, FEMA Corps members Dane Gelllerup and Saul Korzenecki) speak with a Hurricane Sandy survivor during their door-to-door outreach to inform survivors of available disaster services. FEMA is here to help individuals and the community recover from this record breaking storm.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Manley o Hanley??retrato de mujer

Manley o Hanley??retrato de mujer

National Defense Power Committee meets. Washington, D.C., Oct. 28. The National Defense Power Committee, created by the president on Sept. 3 to study the problems of electrical power as related to national defense, met at the War Department today. The Committee announced definite commitments on the part of leading utility companies in the nation's strategic war materials centers to place immediate orders for turbo-generators, boilers, and auxiliary equipment totalling 1,000,000 kilowatts of generating capacity. Reading from right to left around the table are - Elbert K. Burlew, C.E.E. Grossbeck, William Douglas, Floyd L. Carlisle, Basil Manley, Assistant Secretary of War Louis Johnson, Assistant Secretary of Navy Charles Edison, Fred. A. Delano, Benjamin V. Cohen, James F. Fogarty

National Defense Power Committee meets. Washington, D.C., Oct. 28. The National Defense Power Committee, created by the president on Sept. 3 to study the problems of electrical power as related to national defense, met at the War Department today. The Committee announced definite commitments on the part of leading utility companies in the nation's strategic war materials centers to place immediate orders for turbo-generators, boilers, and auxiliary equipment totalling 1,000,000 kilowatts of generating capacity. Reading from right to left around the table are - Elbert K. Burlew, C.E.E. Grossbeck, William Douglas, Floyd L. Carlisle, Basil Manley, Assistant Secretary of War Louis Johnson, Assistant Secretary of Navy Charles Edison, Fred. A. Delano, Benjamin V. Cohen, James F. Fogarty

Manley Powers to Andrew Jackson, March 30, 1815

Manley Powers to Andrew Jackson, March 30, 1815

Manley Powers to Andrew Jackson, March 30, 1815

Manley Powers to Andrew Jackson, March 30, 1815

Manley Powers to Andrew Jackson, March 30, 1815

Manley Powers to Andrew Jackson, March 30, 1815

Manley Powers to Andrew Jackson, March 30, 1815

Manley Powers to Andrew Jackson, March 30, 1815