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map from "Histoire de la participation des Belges aux campagnes des Indes orientales néerlandaises sous le gouvernement des Pays-Bas 1815-1830 ... Avec 3 cartes, etc"

map from "Histoire de la participation des Belges aux campagnes des Indes orientales néerlandaises sous le gouvernement des Pays-Bas 1815-1830 ... Avec 3 cartes, etc"

map from "Histoire de la participation des Belges aux campagnes des Indes orientales néerlandaises sous le gouvernement des Pays-Bas 1815-1830 ... Avec 3 cartes, etc"

"World's Columbian Exposition." Nouvelles. Le Danemark vient de voter une subvention de $67,000 en vue de sa participation a l'Exposition ... [Chicago, Ill., 1892?].

Ceremonies - England - Eight hundred British school children voice thanks to America for help in war. Children of Gibbons Road School Harleside, London, held a special celebration in honor of America's participation in the war. Each schoolboy and schoolgirl produced a message of thanks to the United States for the aid she has rendered her ally

Joint Congressional Committee to investigate Texas centennial celebration. Congressional Committee appointed to inquire into nature and extent of proper participation of federal government in [...] centennial celebration of the establishment of the independence of Texas in 1836. In the photo are, seated l to r: Senator Warren R. Austin of Vermont; Senator Tom Connally of Texas, Chairman; Senator George McGill, of Kansas. Standing, l to r: Congressman Sol Bloom of New York; Congressman [Les?], Joseph W. Martin of Mass., and Congressman Fritz G. Lanham of Texas

Canadian named official of Dallas exposition. Washington, D.C., May 5. Vice President Garner today presented Capt. J.W. Flanagan, Texas millionaire and Canadian sportsman, with the Commission of Director General of Foreign participation for the Pan American exposition to be held at Dallas this summer. Capt. Flanagan will sail May 8 for Colombia where he will begin a tour of South America to interest Latin-American sportsmen in raising funds to bring Latin athletes to Dallas for the Inter-American Sports Show. In the photograph, left to right: Roy Miller, of Houston; Rep. Albert Thomas, of Texas; Capt. Flanagan; Rep. Sam Rayburn

Texas tenant farmer's house. He operated this farm on thirds and fourths; that is, he supplies teams and tools, feed and seed to the owner's land. He has made no crop for four years but survives because of government checks for participation in crop reduction program. He has farmed for twenty years but plans to abandon farm in fall of 1937

FIRST LADY PLANTS TREE FOR GIRL SCOUTS. WASHINGTON, D.C. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PLANTING A TREE IN THE MEMORY GARDEN OF THE NATIONAL GIRL SCOUT LITTLE HOUSE TODAY TO MARK THE PARTICIPATION OF THE GIRL SCOUTS IN THE BETTER HOMES IN AMERICA CAMPAIGN. THE TREE, A CAMELIA JAPONICA BUSH, WAS BROUGHT TO WASHINGTON FROM THE SAVANNAH, GA. HOME OF MRS. JULIETTE LOW, WHO FOUNDED THE GIRL SCOUT MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES. JEAN ONLY, OF ARLINGTON, VA., IS HOLDING THE TREE FOR THE FIRST LADY

Royal Swedish feminist lays wreath at Capitol. Washington, D.C., Nov. 26, 1938. Baroness Ebba Nordenfelt, left, member of the recently organized World Women's Party, laying wreath before the Statue of the Equal Rights Pioneers located in the Capitol. The Baroness is here to make plans for Sweden's participation in the World Woman's Party meeting at its new headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Mrs. Annerika Fries, also of Sweden, is shown with the Baroness

Memo acknowledging the participation of Greenville, South Carolina

GIRL SCOUTS PREPARE LUNCHEON UNDER WATCHFUL EYES OF MRS. ROOSEVELT. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. ARRIVING EARLY AT THE GIRL SCOUTS LITTLE HOUSE WHERE SHE WAS HONOR GUEST AT A LUNCHEON TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT WATCHED THE YOUNGSTERS PREPARE THE FOOD THEY LATER SERVED AT THE MEAL. THE FIRST LADY'S VISIT HIGHLIGHTED GIRL SCOUT PARTICIPATION THROUGHTOUT THE COUNTRY IN THE OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL BETTER HOMES WEEK. SHOWN WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT, L TO R: SARAH DONALDSON; MARIAN FAEL; VIRGINIA STEELE; AND BETTY ROSSER

Washington, D.C. Jewal Mazique [i.e. Jewel], worker at the Library of Congress, lecturing at church on the Negro participation in the war effort

Madison, Wisconsin. Members of the Blue Shield Country Life Club of the University of Wisconsin visiting the studio of John Stuart Curry. One of the aims of the club is to bring about greater participation in cultural activities among farm people

Madison, Wisconsin. One of the members of the Blue Shield Country Life Club of the University of Wisconsin, discussing a painting of a farmer with John Stuart Curry. All members of the club are young people from farms of Wisconsin, and one of their aims is to bring about greater participation in cultural activities among farm people

Washington, D.C. Jewal Mazique [i.e. Jewel], worker at the Library of Congress, speaking in church on Negro participation in the war effort

Madison, Wisconsin. Members of the Blue Shield Country Life Club of the University of Wisconsin visiting the studio of John Stuart Curry. One of the aims of the club is to bring about greater participation in cultural activities among farm people

Madison, Wisconsin. The Blue Shield Country Life Club of the University of Wisconsin visits the studio of John Stuart Curry. One of the aims of the club is to bring about greater participation in cultural activities among farm people

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense, which includes child care and training. At the Margaret Murray Washington Vocational School, pre-school guidance as well as free play activities are provided. Miss L.C. Randolph is principal and Mrs. Vivian T. Turner, instructor in the child care and training classes

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense and at the Margaret Murray Washington Vocational School, courses in home-making and the preservation of foods are now taught all young women. Photo shows Miss Elizabeth Wood blanching carrots to loosen skin for removal

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense which includes military drill for both high school boys and girls as part of the physical fitness course

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. Photo shows vocational high school pupil learning welding preparatory to becoming an industrial war worker

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. The schools have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense, and the buying of war bonds and stamps is a regular practice in the schools of the District

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense and at the Margaret Murray Washington Vocational School, courses in home-making and the preservation of foods are now taught all young women. Photo shows Miss Laura Russell removing a can of string beans from pressure cooker

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense, and Phelps Vocational School has become an important training center for workers in war plants. Photo shows young women operating a lathe in the machine shop at this school

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. At a recent exhibit of work done in the Negro schools under the Office of Civilian Defense, the slogan, "Save, Serve, Conserve" was prominently displayed. Photo shows this slogan adorning an exhibit by one of the chemistry classes

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense. Photo shows class in model airplane construction at Phelps Vocational High School

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense. Photo shows pupils from model airplane class demonstrating types of fighter planes

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense and at the Margaret Murray Washington Vocational School, courses in home-making and the preservation of foods are now taught all young women. Photo shows Miss Valeria Wingfield giving carrots the "cold dip" preparatory to removing the skin, cutting into strips and packing into sterilized jars for cooking

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. Physical fitness is now an important part of this new program. Photo shows high school boys in gym illustrating a phase of their toughening-up exercises

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense which includes military drill for both high school boys and girls as part of the physical fitness course

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense. Photo shows pupils at Phelps Vocational High School class in aircraft maintenance and repair, learning the intricacies of an airplane motor

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense which inludes conserving of materials and wearing apparel. Members of the art and crafts class at Armstrong High School have made jewelry and many other articles from scrap and discarded materials. Girls are taught to wear proper color combinations and the right kind of accessories for each dress. Photo shows (left to right): Misses Helen G. Weaver, Yvonne Colvin and Audrey V. Minor in an exhibit of the art and crafts class

Wellington, Kansas. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe engine crew checking in after a day's run. Left to right: brakeman W.I. Pace; fireman Edward L. Hicks; and engineer J.B. Aubuchon. Note blackboard showing participation of railroad men in war ond campaign

Washington public schools go to war. The public schools of Washington, D.C., like those in most other sections of the country, have revised their curricula to fit the pupils for fuller participation in the war effort. They have gone all-out for the Program of Civilian Defense. Many of the schools have their Victory Gardens. Photo shows boys preparing the soil for their community Victory Garden under supervision of one of their teachers

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RADM) Albert Garcia III, Deputy Commander, 1ST Naval Construction Division, speaks with USN local area Delayed Entry Program members from Navy Recruiting District Denver, prior to their participation in the Navy Week Denver Cinco de Mayo Parade in Denver, Colorado (CO). Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, Navy Week Denver is one of 20 such weeks planned this year in cities throughout the Country

A view of Strategic Air Command's parked B-52 Stratofortress aircraft, prior to their participation in Linebacker Operations over North Vietnam

Captain (CAPT) Charles Miller, master of the merchant vessel SS MAAGUEZ, right, visits the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV 43), to thank him and his crew members for their participation in the rescue of the MAYAGUEZ and its crew from Cambodia

Captain (CAPT) Charles Miller, master of the merchant vessel SS MAYAGUEZ, right, holds an interview with a naval officer concerning the rescue of the MAYAGUEZ and its crew from Cambodia. Miller is aboard the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV 43), to thank him and crew for their participation in the rescue operation

Captain (CAPT) Charles Miller, master of the merchant vessel SS MAYAGUEZ, right, visits with CAPT Joseph F. Frick, commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV 43), to thank him and his crew for their participation in the rescue of the MAYAGUEZ and its crew from Cambodia

Captain (CAPT) Charles Miller, master of the merchant vessel SS MAYAGUEZ, right, visits with CAPT Joseph F. Frick, commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV 43), to thank him and his crew for their participation in the rescue of the MAYAGUEZ and its crew from Cambodia

Captain (CAPT) Charles Miller, master of the merchant vessel SS MAYAGUEZ, center, visits crew members of the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV 43) to thank them for their participation in the rescue of his crew and ship from Cambodia

Mrs. Carter in attendance and participation in the HUD Mental Health Commission Clinic

Mrs. Carter in attendance and participation in the HUD Mental Health Commission Clinic

Mrs. Carter in attendence and participation in the HUD Mental Health Commission Clinic

Mrs. CArter in attendance and participation in the HUD Mental Health Commission Clinic

Mrs. Carter in attendence and participation in the HUD Mental Health Commission Clinic

US News and World Report Editors interview the President; Mrs. Carter's attendence and participation in the HUD Commission on Mental Health Clinic

Mrs. Carter in attendence and participation in the HUD Mental Health Commission Clinic

A crewman strolls along the pier with his loved ones before boarding his ship to depart for participation in exercise Unitas XX. (Substandard image)

Crewmen stand at parade rest under the Mark 10 missile launcher aboard the guided missile destroyer USS DEWEY (DDG-45) as the ship gets underway for participation in exercise Unitas XX

Crewmen aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS NIMITZ (CVN-68) prepare two RH-53 Sea Stallion helicopters for participation in Operation Evening Light, a rescue mission to Iran

A view of RH-53 Sea Stallion helicopters parked on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS NIMITZ (CVN-68). The helicopters are being prepared for participation in Operation Evening Light, a rescue mission to Iran

U. S. Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard airmen relax on the airfield next to an aircraft prior to their participation in exercise Reforger/Autumn Forge '80. Autumn Forge will be a reserve airdrop near the base involving mostly U.S. and British troops and equipment

U.S. Army soldiers are airlifted to Osan by the Flying Tiger Airlines for participation in the Joint Chiefs of STAFF Exercise Team Spirit '81

U.S. Army soldiers are airlifted to Osan by the Flying Tiger Airlines for participation in the Joint CHIEF of STAFF Exercise Team Spirit '81. A soldier arrives on crutches to take part in the exercise

U.S. Army soldiers are airlifted to Osan by the Flying Tiger Airlines for participation in the Joint Chiefs of STAFF Exercise Team Spirit '81. The soldiers leave the air station on a public transportation bus

U.S. Army soldiers are airlifted to Osan by the Flying Tiger Airlines for participation in the Joint Chiefs of STAFF Exercise Team Spirit '81. A soldier arrives on crutches to take part in the exercise

MAJ Lance Smith of the 23rd Tactical Fighter Wing Flying Tigers explains to Flight LT. Goh Chyelee of the Royal Singapore Air Force, cockpit features of an A-7D Corsair II aircraft during their participation in a joint exercise. Flight LT. Tom Wong of the Royal Singapore Air Force takes a photograph of the demonstration

U.S. Marines of Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Mar., fires the light anti-armor weapon (LAW) during their participation in the amphibious landing exercise, Unitas XXII

A left front view of an SH-3A Sea King helicopter, from Fleet Composite Squadron 5 (VC-5), on the helicopter pad of the ammunition ship USS MOUNT HOOD (AE-29) as the pilot disembarks following landing. The Sea King has just returned from Calayan Island following participation in search and rescue (SAR) operations for the typhoon-damaged Filipino frigate RPS DATU KALANTIAW (PS-76)

A view of the USS MOUNT HOOD (AE-29) anchored offshore following its participation in search and rescue (SAR) operations for the beached and overturned Filipino frigate RPS DATU KALANTIAW (PS-76). The frigate was overtaken by Typhoon Clara

A Marine backs a forklift onto a mechanized landing craft (LCM-8) prior to the 31st Marine Amphibious Unit's participation in Kangaroo 4 (1981)

A port view of the destroyer USS COMTE DE GRASSE (DD-974) underway with a helicopter in flight off its starboard bow. The destroyer is headed for Norfolk Naval Base after participation in the joint U.S./French bicentennial celebration at Yorktown, Va

A port view of the French destroyer DE GRASSE (D-612) with other ships in the background. The ship is on the way to Norfolk Naval Base after participation in the joint U.S./French bicentennial celebration at Yorktown, Va

A port view of the destroyer USS COMTE DE GRASSE (DD-974) underway with the French destroyer DE GRASSE (D-612) in the background, upper right. The two ships are on their way to Norfolk Naval Base after participation in the joint U.S./French bicentennial celebration at Yorktown, Va

American troops, aboard an M113 armored personnel carrier, wave a "white flag" during their participation in Exercise BRIGHT STAR '82

A Marine OV-10A Bronco aircraft and a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter are being readied for participation in the Combined Arms Operation (CAO 1-82). The Marines participating are a part of the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade

A Security Policeman crawls on his back under barbed wire during his participation in Exercise VOLANT RODEO

A Security Policeman crawls on his back under barbed wire during his participation in Exercise VOLANT RODEO

After their arrival aboard a C-141B Starlifter aircraft, Air Force personnel travel by bus to being participation in Reforger-Crested Cap I

After their arrival, Air Force personnel receive an orientation talk as they wait in an in-processing line to begin their participation in Reforger-Crested Cap I