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[Back cover matters] (Contains Edmund Gosse's bookplate.)

Actes and monvments of matters most special and memorable, happening in the Church, with an universall historie of the same ...London, The Company of Stationers, 1610.p. cm.

[Aristotle, Ptolemy, and Copernicus discussing matters of astronomy beneath Medici family ducal crown and banner] / Stefan Della Bella, F.

At a General Court for their Majesties Colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, sitting at Boston, upon adjournment, December 22th, 1691 [A proclamation relating to various matters] [Cambridge Printed by Bartholomew Green 1691].

The tradesmen, artificers, and other inhabitants of the City and County of Philadelphia, are earnestly requested to attend at the State-House, on Wednesday the twenty-third instant, at two o'clock in the afternoon; when matters of great importan

Boston, May 24, 1774. The merchants and traders of this town are requested to meet at the West Chamber in the Town-House, lately improved by the Court of sessions, at four o’clock this afternoon, on matters of general and important concern; part

In Committee of Safety for the state of New-York, Fish-Kill, Jan. 22, 1777. Several matters of the utmost importance to this State, requiring immediate dispatch, being now before this Committee, for the determination whereof, they are utterly in

An address to the Freemen of Pennsylvania It is a principal duty of good citizens in every community to lay before their countrymen and fellow-citizens their candid and dispassionate remarks upon such important matters as interest the whole soci

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas great and weighty matters, claiming the consideration of the Congress of the United States, form an extraordinary occasion for convening them, I do ... appoint Monday the

Monroe County from "Settlement in the West. Sketches of Rochester, with incidental notices of Western New-York. A collection of matters designed to illustrate the progress of Rochester during the first quarter-century of its existence ... Arranged by H. O'R"

map from "Settlement in the West. Sketches of Rochester, with incidental notices of Western New-York. A collection of matters designed to illustrate the progress of Rochester during the first quarter-century of its existence ... Arranged by H. O'R"

Huntington from "[History of Long Island; containing an account of the discovery and settlement, with other important and interesting matters to the present time.]"

currency from "[History of Long Island; containing an account of the discovery and settlement, with other important and interesting matters to the present time.]"

map from "[History of Long Island; containing an account of the discovery and settlement, with other important and interesting matters to the present time.]"

Sanford B. Perry to Lincoln & Herndon, Monday, December 13, 1858 (Legal matters)

S. W. True and E. W. True to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, December 24, 1858 (Telegram; legal matters)

Hopkins, Hays, Palmer & Co. to Lincoln & Herndon, Thursday, December 16, 1858 (Legal matters)

William M. Evarts to Richard Lloyd, Tuesday, September 20, 1859 (Legal matters)

L. Burlingame to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, September 24, 1859 (Family legal matters [request by Matilda Moore])

Asahel Gridley to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 07, 1859 (Telegram; legal matters)

Henry C. Carey on national matters ... Medford. Nov. 26, 1859.

New York Supreme Court, Tuesday, June 14, 1859 (Fragment; legal matters)

Richard Lloyd to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 26, 1859 (Legal matters)

map from "Baronia de Kemeys. From the original documents at Bronwydd. (Prooffes out of auntient recordes, writings and other matters, that the Lordshipp of Kemes is a Lordshippe marcher. From the MS. of George Owen of Henllys, Esquire.) [With plates.]"

Letter from John H. Gilmer to a member of the Virginia Senate, on the position and duties of Virginia in the existing state of political matters. Richmond, Dec. 28, 1864.

War of 1812 from "History of Memphis. The history of the city of Memphis, being a compilation of the most important documents and historical events connected with the purchase of its territory, laying off of the city and early settlement. Also, the “Old Times Papers,” being a series of reminiscences and local stories, written by the author, and published in the Daily Appeal over the signature of “Old Times,” corrected, revised and enlarged, with other important matters pertaining to the same, never heretofore published, and, beyond the author, but partially known. [With portraits.]"

Judge, Superior Court of Tennessee from "History of Memphis. The history of the city of Memphis, being a compilation of the most important documents and historical events connected with the purchase of its territory, laying off of the city and early settlement. Also, the “Old Times Papers,” being a series of reminiscences and local stories, written by the author, and published in the Daily Appeal over the signature of “Old Times,” corrected, revised and enlarged, with other important matters pertaining to the same, never heretofore published, and, beyond the author, but partially known. [With portraits.]"

map from "[Rural Rides in the Counties of Surrey, Kent, Sussex ... with economical and political observations relative to matters applicable to, and illustrated by, the state of those counties respectively.]"

Matters, Peter - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Twenty-eighth (Gray's) Infantry, M - P - Louisiana

No common carrier Uncle Sam - I don't know as it matters how I get there, just so I arrive / / Bart.

School Matters Were Discussed at Geneva Political Equality Club meeting

Mureil Matters

Matters Concerning Women; The Field of Their Activities

How insignificant a newsie is in comparison with matters of State. Peter Pepe, 24 Wonders Court, 10 yr. old newsie, selling on the Capitol steps. Been selling for 2 yrs. Makes 20 cents a day. His father is lounging at the left of the photo at the side of pillar. The boy begins selling at 5 A.M., Sundays. Location: Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia.

Squash Center Saturday Afternoon Club Talks of War Matters

[...] Owsley, new commander of the Amer. Legion at White House on Thanksgiving eve to discuss [...] matters with Pres. Harding. Left to right: [...] Sparks, Commander Owsley, and Col. Chas. B. Forbes

Mission here on financial matters concerning Panama and U.S. [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Members of Executive Committee of the American Banker's Assoc. who conferred with Pres. Coolidge on financial matters Dec. 11. William E. Knox, Pres. of the A.B.A. is standing center [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Otto Kahn, prominent N.Y. [...] Banker, called on the Pres. to discuss financial matters [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Governor Towner of Porto [sic] Rico with [..]ers of th [...] Porto [sic] Rican cabinet as they appeared at the White [...] to discuss legislative matters with President Coolidge. In the [...]t row, (left to right) Gonzales Mena, Senator-Elect; M. Guerra Mondrago [...] speaker of the House; Felix Cordova Devila, resident Governor Horace M. Towner; Capt. R.J. Van Densen, Secretary to the Gov.; Dr. Ped[...] N. Oatix, Commissioner of Health. Back row: (left to right) Hon. E. [...] Bird, Rep.; Asst. Attorney General M.A. Moraz and Commissioner of the Interior Guillermo Esteves

Discusses agricultural conditions with president. Mrs. Asle J. Gronna, wife of the late United States Senator from North Dakota and admitted expert on farm matters, snapped leaving the White House today. Mrs. Gronna discussed agricultural matters at length with President Coolidge stating that with proper legislative support the farmers of the northwest could again show a profit in place of a loss. Mrs. Gronna is the directing head of the Gronna Investment Company controlling thousands of acres of North Dakota wheat, cattle and sheep land

U.S. Reports: United States v. Murdock, 284 U.S. 141 (1931)

Budget building. Acting Director of the Budget, Daniel W. Bell, is busy since his Warm Springs conference with President Roosevelt on budget matters. He was photographed Friday (11/29/35) as he studied various and assorted figures. In addition to his position with the Budget Bureau, where he refused to take the permanent assignment as chief because it would cost him his civil service status, Bell is commission of accounts and deposits and mentioned as a successor to Comptroller General J.R. McCarl. 11/29/35

Money experts. When Jesse Jones, center, chairman of the RFC, appeared before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee Wednesday to urge continuation of the RFC, he faced outstanding experts on banking matters. On the left of the pictures is Sen. Duncan

Hitting the ball for Social Security, Wash. D.C. Frank Bane, executive director of the Social Security Board, and one of his secretaries, Miss Frances E. Murray, are busy going through organization matters as an appropriation is awaited which will enable the board to round out its plans. The filibuster of the late Senator Huey P. Long blocked Congressional appropriation at the close of the last session, 11/6/35

Sifting graft charges. Sen. Royal S. Copeland, D. of N.Y., left, chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee hearing graft charges offered by Ewing Y. Mitchell, right, ousted Assistant Secretary of Commerce. Mitchell was criticised several times by senators who said he was not revealing new information, but rehashing matters which were incorporatedin the Congressional record years ago, 6/19/35

Canadian Premier arrives for trade discussion with President Roosevelt. Washington D.C., March 5. Prime Minister of Canada Mackenzie King, arrived in Washington today and will be a guest this weekend of President Roosevelt at which time they will discuss matters of mutual interest to the United States and Canada. The Premier was met at the Union Station by Secretary of State Cordell Hull(left) and Canadian Minister Herbert Marler (right), 3/5/1937

Confer with President on anti-trust matters. Washington, D.C., June 24. William O. Douglas, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Left; and Robert Jackson, Solicitor General, photographed after leaving the White House today where they conferred with the President on anti-trust matters, preliminary to the government inquiry into monopolistic business practices, 62438

"Office politics" suggested as official is unable to account for presence of employee. Washington, D.C., March 30. The old cry of 'Office politics' was raised today as the subject of a Senatorial Investigation. Miss Bertha Longergan, Miss Margaret Stanley and Howard P. Locke are pictured at the hearing as pricipal witnesses. Miss Longergan, who described herslf as 'one of the older war horses' in her section, having served there for 18 years, and had worried herself into an appendictomy due to what she charged 'juggling' of her efficiency rating which was given as fair, while Miss Stanley's had been 'good' and 'excellent'. Miss Stanley does not have a civil service Rating, and it was brought out that she is doing work which is suposed to be done by stenographers with civil service ratings. Mr. Locke was unable to account for this fact, and denied that he had told Miss Lonergan that something might be done about her rating if she would not testify at the hearings. Mr. Locke is a Justice Department Attorney and says he also attends to 'certain personnel matters'. 3-30-39

Air raid protection--what NOT to do when alarm sounds. DON'T use the telephone. It may be dull during an air raid, but if you are the chatty kind, save it. You may be tying up lines that are important for wardens' reports, fire calls, or other vital matters. Calling the fire department will do you no good

Air raid protection--what NOT to do when alarm sounds. DON'T use the telephone. It may be dull during an air raid, but if you are the chatty kind, save it. You may be tying up lines that are important for wardens' reports, fire calls, or other vital matters. Calling the fire department will do you no good

East Montpelier, Vermont. Charles Ormsbee, at the mailbox on his farm "Harvest Acres," talking over farm bureau matters with a caller

Health and welfare activities. North American Aviation. Problems of home and family are not always left behind when workers go on the job at North American Aviation in Inglewood, California. Mrs. Thelma Burton, one of several counselors at North American Aviation, listens to troubles of many young workers and gives advice on such matters as formulas for the baby, "is it really love?" and how to make the budget stretch a little further. There's no charge, of course, for this service

Combined Munitions Assignments Board. Staff members of the Combined Munitions Assignments Board discuss military matters at weekly meetings in Washington. Left to right are: Lieutenant M.V. Stewart (British); Mr. E.A. Seal (American); Brigadier L.F.S. Dawes (British); and Wing Commander T.E.H. Birley (British)

GEN Adolf Heusinger, Federal Republic of Germany, Chairman, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Military Committee, meets with Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, right, at the Pentagon to discuss defense matters relating to NATO

Former Under Secretary of the Air force Antonia Handler Chayes addresses a conference on family matters

Portrait of DoD Mr. Thomas J. Welch Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Defense Chemical Matters (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Russell F. Roederer) (Released) (PC-190918)

SSGT Harvey Kislow, SSGT Craig Matters and Sam Brown, 11th Weather Squadron, study weather charts during the joint service exercise Brim Frost '89

SENIOR members of the U.S. Air Force Band discuss scheduling matters with the band's public affairs officer prior to a concert. The Air Force Band and its vocal ensemble, the Singing Sergeants, will be performing in the Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers, Europe (SHAPE) base theater

Portrait of DoD Mr. Billy Richardson Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Chemical Matters (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Russell F. Roederer) (Released) (PC-191664)

Portrait of DoD Mr. Billy Richardson Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Chemical Matters (Uncovered) (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Russell F. Roederer)

S39-03-032 - STS-039 - STS-39 crewmembers engage in health and hygiene matters

S39-03-035 - STS-039 - STS-39 crewmembers engage in health and hygiene matters

S39-03-036 - STS-039 - STS-39 crewmembers engage in health and hygiene matters

AIRMAN Joe C. Garnero, left, and SGT. Lisa R. Gregson, center, of the 435th Mission Support Squadron discuss administrative matters with AIRMAN 1ST Class Carol J. Stetson of the 37th Tactical Airlift Squadron during Operation Desert Shield

Colleen A. Preston, Special Assistant Secretary of Defense, Legal Matters

Portrait of DoD Mr. Theodore M. Prociv Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Chemical/Biological Matters (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Russell F. Roederer) (Released) (PC-192329)

Combat Camera crew members, SSGT Lance Cheung (L) and TSGT Ray Conway (R) go through the Deployment Processing Unit (DPU) line taking care of any last minute personal matters before deploying during the Operation Readiness Inspection (ORI)

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1999 TITLE: "Peek-A-Boo" CATEGORY: Portrait PLACE: Second Place Portrait CAPTION INFORMATION: Amidst a world of displacement, a little Turkish girl still finds what matters most - the ability to play. Living in a tent city in the suburbs of Izmit, Turkey, she is one of thousands displaced from their homes after the earthquake devastation that ripped through Northwestern Turkey. IMAGE FILE #DD-SP-01-00058

Portrait of DoD Mr. Fred CelecDeputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Matters(Uncovered)U.S. Army PHOTO by Mr. Scott Davis, CIVVIRIN: 990218-A-3569D-002

The Newton family is use to their dad, Lieutenant Colonel Rett Newton, being gone. From left, 15-year old Meg, her mom, Tamre, 16-year old Bobbi, and C.J., 14, share some final moments together before the F-15E pilot's latest TDY. Photograph used in the article "Family Matters," from the August 1999 AIRMAN Magazine

Technical Sergeant Lester Hamrick, Seymour Johnson's family readiness NCO, ensures families like the Wells are cared for while STAFF Sergeant Trey Wells is deployed. Hamrick hands young Joey Wells a prepaid calling card to telephone Dad, after giving Mom, Zinda, A coupon for a free oil change. Photograph used in the article "Family Matters," from the August 1999 AIRMAN Magazine

Technical Sergeant Lester Hamrick, Seymour Johnson's family readiness NCO, hands out information packets to Seymour Johnson people readying for a recent deployment. Photograph used in the article "Family Matters," from the August 1999 AIRMAN Magazine

Captain (CPT), John Wilborne, USAF, F-15E Eagle aircraft pilot from the 492nd Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK adjusts the seat harness onboard the aircraft for Dr. Benjamin S. Lambeth (seated) prior to an orientation flight. Dr. Lambeth a senior staff member at the RAND Corporation and former Director of RANDS International Security and Defense Policy has published more than six dozen reports and articles on Soviet and Russian military affairs, air power, and other defense matters and has lectured widely on these subjects. Dr. Lambeth is visiting RAF Lakenheath for an F-15E Eagle aircraft orientation flight, with the 492ND Fighter Squadron

Captain (CPT), John Wilborne, USAF, F-15E Eagle aircraft pilot from the 492nd Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK poses for a photograph with Dr. Benjamin S. Lambeth (seated) prior to an orientation flight. Dr. Lambeth a senior staff member at the RAND Corporation and former Director of RANDS International Security and Defense Policy has published more than six dozen reports and articles on Soviet and Russian military affairs, air power, and other defense matters and has lectured widely on these subjects. Dr. Lambeth is visiting RAF Lakenheath for an F-15E Eagle aircraft orientation flight, with the 492ND Fighter Squadron

An USAF, F-15E Eagle aircraft from the 492nd Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK receives a preflight inspection before taking off. The aircraft is carrying Captain (CPT), John Wilborne, (pilot) and Dr. Benjamin S. Lambeth. Dr. Lambeth a senior staff member at the RAND Corporation and former Director of RANDS International Security and Defense Policy has published more than six dozen reports and articles on Soviet and Russian military affairs, air power, and other defense matters and has lectured widely on these subjects. Dr. Lambeth is visiting RAF Lakenheath for an F-15E Eagle aircraft orientation flight, with the 492ND Fighter Squadron

Captain (CPT), John Wilborne, USAF, F-15E Eagle aircraft pilot from the 492nd Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK and Dr. Benjamin S. Lambeth (co-pilot) prepare for an orientation flight on board a USAF F-15E Eagle aircraft. Dr. Lambeth a senior staff member at the RAND Corporation and former Director of RANDS International Security and Defense Policy has published more than six dozen reports and articles on Soviet and Russian military affairs, air power, and other defense matters and has lectured widely on these subjects. Dr. Lambeth is visiting RAF Lakenheath for an F-15E Eagle aircraft orientation flight, with the 492ND Fighter Squadron

Lieutenant Colonel (LCT), Chris Choate, USAF, 492ND Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK examines the book "The Transformation of American Air Power" given to him by the books author, Dr. Benjamin S. Lambeth (pictured right). Dr. Lambeth a senior staff member at the RAND Corporation and former Director of RANDS International Security and Defense Policy has published more than six dozen reports and articles on Soviet and Russian military affairs, air power, and other defense matters and has lectured widely on these subjects. Dr. Lambeth is visiting RAF Lakenheath for an F-15E Eagle aircraft orientation flight, with the 492ND Fighter Squadron

Major (MAJ), Kurt Thielen, USAF, 492ND Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK gives Dr. Benjamin S. Lambeth (seated) F-15E Eagle aircraft cockpit familiarization in a simulator at the 48TH Operational Support Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK. Dr. Lambeth a senior staff member at the RAND Corporation and former Director of RANDS International Security and Defense Policy has published more than six dozen reports and articles on Soviet and Russian military affairs, air power, and other defense matters and has lectured widely on these subjects. Dr. Lambeth is visiting RAF Lakenheath for an F-15E Eagle aircraft orientation flight, with the 492ND Fighter Squadron

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld (right), U.S. Secretary of Defense, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense on Policy Matters Chris Williams (left) and U.S. Army GEN. Henry H. Shelton (right), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF, meet with the Amir of Bahrain, His Highness Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa (foreground) at the Pentagon, Washington D.C., on May 8, 2001.(DoD photo by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

Navy physician, Lieutenant (LT) Gary Hoyt greets LT Patrick C. Honeck, USN, member of the EP-3E Aries II crew, at the arrival of the entire crew at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. In the rear are, (left to right) Mr. Roger Aldrich, JPRA, and Colonel Erwin Lessel, USAF, 92nd Air Refueling Wing Commander. The crew is here for continued debriefing with the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, after being detained in China due to an aircraft incident. The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) functions as the Department of Defense Office of Primary Responsibility for DoD-wide personnel recovery matters

Navy EP-3E Aries II aircrew members wave to onlookers on their arrival at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. The crew arrived at Fairchild to continue their debriefing by the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) after being detained in China due to an aircraft incident. The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency is responsible for DoD-wide personnel recovery matters

Standing next to a P-3 Orion, the Navy aircrew from the EP-3E Aries II aircraft pose for a group photo with Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, Wing Commander, Colonel Erwin F. Lessel III, after their arrival at Fairchild. The crew arrived at Fairchild to continue their debriefing by the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) after being detained in China due to an aircraft incident. The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency is responsible for DoD-wide personnel recovery matters

Navy Lieutenant Gary Hoyt, (right), physician, returns a salute to PETTY Officer 2nd Class Brandon J. Funk, member of the EP-3E Aries II aircrew. The crew arrived at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, for continued debriefing with the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, after being detained in China due to an aircraft incident. The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) functions as the Department of Defense Office of Primary Responsibility for DoD-wide personnel recovery matters

A P-3 Orion arrives at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, with members of the Navy EP-3E Aries II crew. The crew is at Fairchild for continued debriefing with the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, after being detained in China due to an aircraft incident. The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) functions as the Department of Defense Office of Primary Responsibility for DoD-wide personnel recovery matters

At the entrance of the P-3 Orion, Colonel Erwin Lessel, USAF, (left), 92nd Air Refueling Wing commander, greets Lieutenant Patrick C. Honeck, USN, an EP-3E Aries II aircrew member. The entire of the EP-3E Aries II crew arrived at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, for continued debriefing with the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, after being detained in China due to an aircraft incident. The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) functions as the Department of Defense Office of Primary Responsibility for DoD-wide personnel recovery matters

US Navy Aviation Electrician's Mate Third Class Steven M. Blocher, US Navy Aviation Technician Second Class Roman P. Mercado, and US Navy Lieutenant Shane Osborn, members of the EP-3 Crew arrive at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, for continued debriefing with the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency after being detained in China when the plane had to to make an emergency landing on Hainan island. The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) functions as the DoD Office of Primary Responsibility for DoD-wide personnel recovery matters

At the entrance of the P-3 Orion, Navy Lieutenant (LT) Gary Hoyt, (left), physician, and Mr. Jim Sporleder, greet LT Marcia S. Sonon, a member of the EP-3E Aries II crew. Mr. Roger Aldrich, JPRA, (rear, center) greets ENSIGN Richard G. Bensing, USN, after the arrival of the entire crew at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. The crew is at Fairchild for continued debriefing with the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, after being detained in China due to an aircraft incident. The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) functions as the Department of Defense Office of Primary Responsibility for DoD-wide personnel recovery matters

JSC2001-E-21584 (16 July 2001) --- STS-104 Orbit 1 flight director Paul Hill discusses mission related matters over the phone at his console in the shuttle flight control room (WFCR) in Houston's Mission Control Center (MCC). JSC2001E21584

General Tommy Franks, Commander US Central Command, MacDill AFB, Florida, speaks with Madam Ambassador Maureen Quinn, US Ambassador to Qatar on matters of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. General Franks met with the Ambassador while on a tour of the bases around the Persian Gulf during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. In response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 at the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President George W. Bush initiated Operation ENDURING FREEDOM in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), fighting terrorism abroad

Chaplain, Captain (CAPT) Warren "Chappy" Watties confers with Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Joanne Lovick about administrative matters at the United States Forces compound Christmas Eve tree lighting ceremony, Manas International Airport, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

For the first time, Fort Dix hosted the Canada-US Army Reserve Summit of US and Canadian Military leaders to discuss matters of common concern. This is the fifth meeting of the Summit

U.S. Virgin Islands Delegate to Congress, Donna Christensen, speaking at meeting of the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force in Washington, D.C. Christensen was among officials from 7 states and territories, 12 federal agencies, as well as the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, and Palau, discussing projects to improve conservation and management of coral reefs, international trade issues, and other matters

U.S. Virgin Islands Delegate to Congress, Donna Christensen, speaking at meeting of the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force in Washington, D.C. Christensen was among officials from 7 states and territories, 12 federal agencies, as well as the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, and Palau, discussing projects to improve conservation and management of coral reefs, international trade issues, and other matters

US Army (USA) First Sergeant (1SGT) John McNair, left and USA STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Levoin McKey, with the 1ST Field Artillery Detachment (FAD) attached to 11th Marines Regiment, discuss matters of military importance, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

MAJ. Gen. Abd-al-Razzaq, Baghdad Police CHIEF, discusses election matters with Cool. Richard Swengros, Commander, 42nd Military Police Brigade. Swengros and Abd-al-Razzaq have been working together to ensure a successful and secure election process for the people of Baghdad and surrounding areas. (U.S. Army photo by PFC. Laura M. Bigenho) (Released)

COL. Richard Swengros, Commander, 42nd Military Police (MP) Brigade, and COL Rodney Barham, 49th MP Bde., stand in full body gear discussing security matters with an Iraqi worker (in civilian clothes). Standing at the Central Maintenance Facility, facing the soldiers, the interpreter explains the conversation to both parties. (U.S. Army photo by PFC. Laura M. Bigenho) (Released)

Office of the Administrator (Stephen L. Johnson) - American Water Works Association (AWWA) Water Matters! Fly-In [412-APD-168-03-30-06_AWWA_005.jpg]

Office of the Administrator (Stephen L. Johnson) - American Water Works Association (AWWA) Water Matters! Fly-In [412-APD-168-03-30-06_AWWA_002.jpg]

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