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Celebracio missarum (Celebration of masses) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 246v

Vases, meubles et instrumens. Armes de Mamlouk. 1-5. Tromblon, pistolets &c.; 6-10. Sabres et coutelas; 11-18. Masses d'arme, hache, pique; 19-26. Poignards; 27.28. Casque et bouclier; 29-33. Harnachement.

Detached tombs, Petra. Isolated masses of rock, from fifteen to twenty feet square. In one of them there is a small sepulchral chamber. The background represents the excavations in the cliffs opposite to the amphitheatre.

Ruins of Ashkelon, from the South-west. Here there is a shallow bay, with a landing-place for small boats. The beach is strewn with masses of ancient masonry. On the cliff above there is a Mohammadan shrine, called El Khudrah, with a few palm trees near it.

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People We Pass: Stories of Life among the Masses of New York City

[Cover of The Masses magazine with illustration of a farmer] / Drawn for The Masses by Robt. Robinson.

Mrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict of New York is a member of the Executive Committee of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Mrs. Benedict is a graduate of Vassar College and of the New York Law University. She was secretary of the New York State Commission which investigated the employers’ liability question, and she was formerly investigator for the Russell Sage Foundation. She is the sister of Max Eastman, editor of the Masses.

In one terrible campaign 20,000 Serbians were killed. Masses of dead were so high that it was impossible to bury them and they were taken to sea in boat loads with a little piece of iron to sink them on each corpse. The conditions of those left alive were inconceivably difficult and the American Red Cross has been able in a slight measure to alleviate the agony. Masses of dead

The terrible plague of locusts in Palestine, March-June 1915. Masses of locusts attacking an olive tree.

Colleges and Universities - Cornell University - Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. R.O.T.C. Line of masses

Huge masses of barbed wire awaitinf transport behind the Western front. March 23, 1918

Locust plagues in Palestine. Methods of fighting the locust plague. Victims of the flame gun. Masses of burned locusts under the bushes

Funeral of King Hussein, Jerusalem, masses in the street

Saw mill in the eucalyptus woods of Khadera. Masses of tree trunks being seasoned before being sawn into boards

Masses listen while negress sings. Washington, D.C., April 9. An estimated 75,000 people of all races massed before the Lincoln Memorial today while negro contralto Marian Anderson staged on of the most dramatic concerts seen in Washington. The concert was the culmination of the bitterest black-vs.-white contests since the World War. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt resigned the DAR because of their refusal to allow her to sing in their Constitution Hall here, 4-9-39

Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. It takes steel to make steel, even in the handling of scrap to feed the furnaces of the steel industry which is turning out increasing quantities of this vital defense material. This man operates a huge crane in a Baltimore, Maryland scrap dealer's yards. Such cranes are necessary to handle the large masses of scrap steel which pour through daily

Guns--plenty of 'em. Masses of gun barrels in the process of manufacture for the war program

Gloucester, Massachusetts. New England coast, lined with great masses of rocks

Gloucester, Massachusetts. New England coast, lined with great masses of rocks

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The New England coast, lined with great masses of rocks

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The New England coast, lined with great masses of rocks

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The New England coast, lined with great masses of rocks

Gloucester, Massachusetts. The New England coast, lined with great masses of rocks

Photograph of Kawishiwi Laboratory Personnel Checking Spruce Branches for Spruce Budworm Masses

Congregation Awaiting Start of Communion Service

After Communion Service

Father Frank Dilutes the Communion Wine

Congregation Forms Circle for Communion

Field morgue personnel, from the Services Squadron, process the body of a simulated dead British soldier and place it in a sealed aluminum container for shipment. The Services Squadron is not only responsible for feeding the masses, but also for bagging and tagging dead personnel. The team is made up of 120 Air Force, Navy, and British Army reservists currently undergoing a two-week field-training course at Fort Dix, New Jersey. From this course, the team will learn to survive and operate in a field environment

British Army reservists recover their fallen comrades to be processed through the Services field morgue. The Services Squadron is not only responsible for feeding the masses but also for bagging and tagging dead personnel. The team is made up of 120 Air Force, Navy, and British Army reservists currently undergoing a two-week field-training course at Fort Dix, New Jersey. From this course, the team will learn to survive and operate in a field environment

Field morgue personnel, from the Services Squadron, process the body of a simulated dead British soldier and place it in a sealed aluminum container for shipment. The Services Squadron is not only responsible for feeding the masses, but also for bagging and tagging dead personnel. The team is made up of 120 Air Force, Navy, and British Army reservists currently undergoing a two-week field-training course at Fort Dix, New Jersey. From this course, the team will learn to survive and operate in a field environment

Open Wide! Captain Mark Masses and AIRMAN 1ST Class Alma Glasgow demonstrate a basic dental procedure from a different point of view

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The interstage of the Delta II rocket is lifted up the launch tower on NASA's Space Launch Complex 2 (SLC-2), Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The interstage will eventually house the second stage and will be mated with the first stage. The rocket will carry the ICESat and CHIPSat satellites into Earth orbits. ICESat is a 661-pound satellite known as Geoscience Laser Altimeter System (GLAS) that will revolutionize our understanding of ice and its role in global climate change and how we protect and understand our home planet. It will help scientists determine if the global sea level is rising or falling. It will look at the ice sheets that blanket the Earth's poles to see if they are growing or shrinking. It will assist in developing an understanding of how changes in the Earth's atmosphere and climate effect polar ice masses and global sea level. CHIPSat, a suitcase-size 131-pound satellite, will provide invaluable information into the origin, physical processes and properties of the hot gas contained in the interstellar medium. This can provide important clues about the formation and evolution of galaxies since the interstellar medium literally contains the seeds of future stars. The Delta II launch is scheduled for Jan. 11 between 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. PST. KSC-02pd2041

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The first stage of the Delta II rocket is in the process of being raised to a vertical position on NASA's Space Launch Complex 2 (SLC-2) at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The rocket will carry the ICESat and CHIPSat satellites into Earth orbits. ICESat is a 661-pound satellite known as Geoscience Laser Altimeter System (GLAS) that will revolutionize our understanding of ice and its role in global climate change and how we protect and understand our home planet. It will help scientists determine if the global sea level is rising or falling. It will look at the ice sheets that blanket the Earth's poles to see if they are growing or shrinking. It will assist in developing an understanding of how changes in the Earth's atmosphere and climate effect polar ice masses and global sea level. CHIPSat, a suitcase-size 131-pound satellite, will provide invaluable information into the origin, physical processes and properties of the hot gas contained in the interstellar medium. This can provide important clues about the formation and evolution of galaxies since the interstellar medium literally contains the seeds of future stars. The Delta II launch is scheduled for Jan. 11 between 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. PST. KSC-02pd2031

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The first stage of the Delta II rocket is moved into place in the tower on NASA's Space Launch Complex 2 (SLC-2), Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The rocket will carry the ICESat and CHIPSat satellites into Earth orbits. ICESat is a 661-pound satellite known as Geoscience Laser Altimeter System (GLAS) that will revolutionize our understanding of ice and its role in global climate change and how we protect and understand our home planet. It will help scientists determine if the global sea level is rising or falling. It will look at the ice sheets that blanket the Earth's poles to see if they are growing or shrinking. It will assist in developing an understanding of how changes in the Earth's atmosphere and climate effect polar ice masses and global sea level. CHIPSat, a suitcase-size 131-pound satellite, will provide invaluable information into the origin, physical processes and properties of the hot gas contained in the interstellar medium. This can provide important clues about the formation and evolution of galaxies since the interstellar medium literally contains the seeds of future stars. The Delta II launch is scheduled for Jan. 11 between 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. PST. KSC-02pd2037

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Workers at the base of the launch tower on NASA's Space Launch Complex 2 (SLC-2), Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., watch as the interstage of the Delta II rocket is lifted up the tower. The interstage will eventually house the second stage and will be mated with the first stage. The rocket will carry the ICESat and CHIPSat satellites into Earth orbits. ICESat is a 661-pound satellite known as Geoscience Laser Altimeter System (GLAS) that will revolutionize our understanding of ice and its role in global climate change and how we protect and understand our home planet. It will help scientists determine if the global sea level is rising or falling. It will look at the ice sheets that blanket the Earth's poles to see if they are growing or shrinking. It will assist in developing an understanding of how changes in the Earth's atmosphere and climate effect polar ice masses and global sea level. CHIPSat, a suitcase-size 131-pound satellite, will provide invaluable information into the origin, physical processes and properties of the hot gas contained in the interstellar medium. This can provide important clues about the formation and evolution of galaxies since the interstellar medium literally contains the seeds of future stars. The Delta II launch is scheduled for Jan. 11 between 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. PST. KSC-02pd2040

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The first stage of the Delta II rocket is ready to be lifted up the tower on NASA's Space Launch Complex 2 (SLC-2), Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The rocket will carry the ICESat and CHIPSat satellites into Earth orbits. ICESat is a 661-pound satellite known as Geoscience Laser Altimeter System (GLAS) that will revolutionize our understanding of ice and its role in global climate change and how we protect and understand our home planet. It will help scientists determine if the global sea level is rising or falling. It will look at the ice sheets that blanket the Earth's poles to see if they are growing or shrinking. It will assist in developing an understanding of how changes in the Earth's atmosphere and climate effect polar ice masses and global sea level. CHIPSat, a suitcase-size 131-pound satellite, will provide invaluable information into the origin, physical processes and properties of the hot gas contained in the interstellar medium. This can provide important clues about the formation and evolution of galaxies since the interstellar medium literally contains the seeds of future stars. The Delta II launch is scheduled for Jan. 11 between 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. PST. KSC-02pd2036