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Syr-dar'inskaia oblast'. G. Chimkend i ego ulichnye tipy. [no caption]

[Portraits of a Chinese policeman with prisoners, a person being carried in a sedan chair, a group of women and a barber]

Railroad wreck. Copy from early photograph

Stage on Ouray-Red Mountain toll road. Road used to haul ore from mining section to mills. Snow is from snow slide, winter of 1881. Picture was made in August 1882. Colorado

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

Page from The Growth of industrial art, compiled by Benjamin Butterworth, 1892

A United States Army surgeon attending wounded soldiers in a field hospital during the Spanish-American war. The Red Cross emblem appears on the sleeve of one man

Ugly gridirons. Speculative housing in London about 1900. VB Plate three in section devoted to "plates" in Catherine Baver's book called "Modern housing"

Nome, Alaska, 1900

Montmorency Falls, Quebec, Canada

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. Several American Red Cross workers and some friends posing for a picture at a tent on the encampment grounds where the militia had been called during the coal mining strike

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. A scene in the coal mining town on the occasion of a visit by John Mitchell, labor leader. He is shown riding in a four-horse carriage, the driver of which is wearing a derby hat. Two-horse carriages follow. Above the street is a banner reading "Welcome to our National Pres. Jno. Mitchell"

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. John Mitchell, President of the UMWA (United Mine Workers of America), arriving in the coal town. His open four-horse carriage is surrounded by a crowd of boys. The driver of the high front seat is wearing a derby hat

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. 1902. American Red Cross quarters at the military encampment during the strike by the coal miners. Two tents, some stretchers, a horse-drawn ambulance wagon, and a group of the Red Cross workers appear in the picture

A destroyed bridge over the Montmorency(?) River. Quebec, Canada

Untitled

Chain gang of convicts engaged in road work. Pitt County, North Carolina. Autumn 1910. The inmates were quartered in the wagons shown in the picture. Wagons were equipped with bunks and move from place to place as labor is utilized. The central figure in the picture is J.Z. McLawhon, who was at that time county superintendent of chain gangs. The dogs are bloodhounds used for running down any attempted escapes

Road through a village in Canada(?)

Mark Armstrou, Bay Plemous, Cleo Clayton, Pike Strund, Mrs. Strund, Esse Feunlan

American National Red Cross in Europe, WWI, 1919

Scene from "Bonds of Interest" Spanish costume drama. Theatre Guild's first production April 14, 1919 with Rollo Peters (first director of Guild), Helen Westley (Board of Managers) and Edna St. Vincent Millay, poet

Boston, Massachuestts. Slum

Amsterdam, Netherlands. Workers' houses of the General Housing Association (Algemeene Woningbouwvereeniging) on the Leeuwerikstraat

Amsterdam, Netherlands. Workers' apartments of the "Eigen Haard" Housing Association of the Zaanstraat and the Spaarndammerplantsoen. Architect: M. De Klerk

Architects' sketch by H. Graterna and G. Versteet, for workers' houses for the General Housing Association (Algemeene Woningbouwvereeniging) at the Watergraafsmeer

"Dezendorf's delightful dwellings." Queens, New York City, New York

A "stump ranch" in the cut-over region of the Pacific Northwest

Amsterdam, Netherlands. Workers' houses owned by the city, on the Pekplein. Architect: J.E. Vander Pek

Amsterdam, Netherlands. Workers' homes owned by the city. By J.E. Van der Pek. On the Bremstraat

Boys diving from docks

Boys hopping freight

Boys on horses

McComb, Mississippi. Special train sponsored by the McComb Chamber of Commerce carrying farmers and businessmen to state agricultural college At Starkville in the interest of dairy development in Pike County

Rural scene

Birger and his gang. From a postcard

Strange Interlude. American Theatre Guild production, 1927-1928. Starring Lynn Fontanne

Marco Millions. American Theatre Guild production, 1927-1928 starring Alfred Lunt

Marco Millions. American Theatre Guild production, 1927-1928 starring Alfred Lunt

Strange Interlude. American Theatre Guild production, 1927-1928 with Lynn Fontanne

Dynamo. American Theatre Guild production, 1928-1929

Central Romana, Dominican Republic. Harvesting sugarcane

League of Nations Malaria Investigation Committee, United Provinces, India. Anti-malaria educational play put on by youngsters dealing with the treatment of the disease, the use of quinine

League of Nations Malaria Investigation Committee, Madras (vicinity), India. Children of the workers from the firewood section just above Madras ready to be spleened. The spleen rate is fourteen percent

League of Nations Malaria Investigation Committee to India. A British doctor in India indicating the size of a young child's spleen enlarged by malaria

League of Nations Malaria Investigation Committee to India. A concrete-lined ditch which was the type of open ditch in which the anopheles minimus mosquito would not breed in this section of India

Stakhanovite woman farmer sheafing winter barley in Turkmenistan in the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

A Kuban Cossack in the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

Nursery school children having music and rhythms in the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

Turkmenian farm woman who is a member of a shooting circle, checking her score with other members in the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

Kuban state farm, North Caucasus, USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

Teacher and pupil

Boys diving from mud bank