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A Master of Ceremonies Introducing a Partner

A Master of the Ceremonies Introducing a Partner

Nap and His Partner Joe

Samuel C. Chester of Haddonfield, N.J. Partner of Handy at Cape May & Wash. D.C. Early days

Louis Aldrich in My partner the acknowledged best American play.

Me and my partner / C.J. Taylor.

Collie from "That Partner of Mine, etc"

[Edwin H. Sines, neighbor of the Wright brothers and partner in their early printing business, in printing office]

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Torn up by miners; Gasolene plant, made money. Beach before washing; Carrying sand to partner, who is rocking; All the comforts of home.

Knockout Brown and sparring partner

"Our office - my partner, Mr. Ensign at the desk, I in the corner"

Joe W. Spears presents Mazie Trumbull and her fun crowd in a brand new comedy, Dad's side partner

The big fun show, Dad's side partner Mazie.

Joe W. Spears presents Mazie Trumbull and her fun crowd in a brand new comedy, Dad's side partner

Adeline Genee, toe dancer with partner

Rosina Goyette, Maple St. Apparently 12 but says she is 14; has steady job doffi[ng] and spinning in Spring Village Mill. She said at first she had been working six months, later she changed it to three weeks. Her partner said, "a few weeks." Location: Winchendon, Massachusetts.

[Protesters with signs: "Lloyd George the Anarchist and Wilson his junior partner," "Mr. Wilson is busy protecting America's enemy. The British Empire," and "Mr Wilson! Murder is Murder whether by a Turk or an Englishman"

To my valentine, if you'll be my partner I'll always be true and save the best dances for no one but you

Pres. and Mrs. Harding watching the [...] of Spain and William Tilden [...] partner playing tennis at White House

John S. Fisher, candidate for Governor on the ticket with Senator George W. Pepper in Pennsylvania, appeared before the Slush Committee at the Capitol today, June 21st, to tell of the fooling of war chests with his ticket partner

Construction of a million dollar bridge across the Tidal Basin. Archie A. Alexander, Negro, senior partner

Construction of a million dollar bridge across the Tidal Basin. Archie A. Alexander, Negro, senior partner

Construction of a million dollar bridge across the Tidal Basin. Archie A. Alexander, Negro, senior partner

Construction of a million dollar bridge across the Tidal Basin. Archie A. Alexander, Negro, senior partner

Construction of a million dollar bridge across the Tidal Basin. Archie A. Alexander, Negro, senior partner

Construction of a million dollar bridge across the Tidal Basin. Archie A. Alexander, Negro, senior partner

Construction of a million dollar bridge across the Tidal Basin. Archie A. Alexander, Negro, senior partner

Construction of a million dollar bridge across the Tidal Basin. Archie A. Alexander, Negro, senior partner

[Richard Queen and his partner, with Bascom Lamar Lunsford at the Mountain Music Festival, Asheville, North Carolina]

[Richard Queen and his partner with Bascom Lamar Lunsford at the Mountain Music Festival, Asheville, North Carolina]

"Swing your partner" square dance. Pie Town, New Mexico

"Swing your partner" figure in a square dance at Pie Town, New Mexico

The broom dance at the square dance.Pie Town, New Mexico. The extra girl or man dances around with a broom for a partner. Then drops broom loudly; everyone must change partners and the one left out in the exchange must then dance with the broom

Hartford, Connecticut (vicinity). Polish farmer (left) who shares work with a Yankee neighbor, harvesting his tobacco crop with his Yankee partner

Hartford, Connecticut (vicinity). Polish farmer (left) who shares work with a Yankee neighbor, harvesting his tobacco crop with his Yankee partner

Grant County, Oregon. Malheur National Forest. "Rubberman" in operation when lumberjack who is sawing down a tree does not have a partner

Grant County, Oregon. Malheur National Forest. Lumberjack making a "rubberman". This rubberman is used when a lumberjack who is sawing down a tree does not have a partner. The cross-saw is attached to the heavy rubber belt which holds saw secure while one man saws

Conversion (auto accessory plant). Photo shows girl workers at a New York City plant assembling field sterilizers for the United States Army Medical Corps. Sol Lapides, partner in the firm inspects work. This firm formerly engaged in the manufacture of automobile accessories. Since converted ninety percent to war production

Grant County, Oregon. Malheur National Forest. Lumberjack making a "rubberman". This rubberman is used when a lumberjack who is sawing down a tree does not have a partner. The cross-saw is attached to the heavy rubber belt which holds saw secure while one man saws

Grant County, Oregon. Malheur National Forest. Lumberjack making a "rubberman". This rubberman is used when a lumberjack who is sawing down a tree does not have a partner. The cross-saw is attached to the heavy rubber belt which holds saw secure while one man saws

Grant County, Oregon. Malheur National Forest. "Rubberman" in operation when lumberjack who is sawing down a tree does not have a partner

[New York City theatrical agent Audrey Wood reading correspondence as her husband and business partner William Liebling looks on] / World Telegram photo by Edward Lynch.

Erecting million-dollar bridge in Washington. Archie A. Alexander, senior partner in the firm of Alexander and Repass of Des Moines, Iowa, contractors of the million-dollar bridge being built across the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. Mr. Alexander and Maurice A. Repass were classmates at the School of Engineering at the Univeristy of Iowa and half-backs on the varsity football team. They have been business partners for twenty-eight years

Partner's in Phi. Progress

A U.S. Army military policewoman and her partner on duty

A US Army military policewoman and her partner stand by in an M151 light vehicle

SRA Kevin Day, winner of the Outstanding AIRMAN of the Year award, and his K-9 partner, Briggs, watch the sun set while on sentry duty in the weapons storage area

SRA Kevin Day, winner of the Outstanding AIRMAN of the Year award, poses with Briggs, his K-9 partner

A member of the 11th Armored Cavalry uses binoculars to observe activity on the border between East and West Germany as his partner checks a map. They are patrolling the border area in an M551 light vehicles

MGEN John T. Chain poses with his partner CPT William MacFarlane after an F-15 Eagle aircraft flight, part of his visit to the base

MGEN John T. Chain poses with his partner CPT William MacFarlane after F-15 Eagle aircraft flight, part of his visit to the base

An airman and his partner leave an HH-53 Super Jolly helicopter upon arrival at the Korean Operation Tactical Air Range (KOTAR). The KOTAR, assigned to the 51st Services Squadron, is under construction during Exercise Commando Crest. The helicopter is from the 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron

A US Marine aims a shoulder-fired Redeye anti-aircraft rocket while his partner points out the target during the air combat training exercise COPE THUNDER '83-1. The Redeye they are using is a training model that uses a laser device to score hits

AIRMAN 1ST Class Kenneth Liddle and his canine partner move along parallel to protesters marching outside the perimeter fence. The protesters are demonstrating peacefully against NATO's decision to deploy Pershing II and cruise missiles in Western Europe

Army Captain David L. Gilman from the Oakland Army Base, California, carriers a kayak with his partner, as they prepare to compete in the kayaking event at the 1984 Summer Olympics

A member of the 317th Combat Control Team observes the drop zone and keeps in radio contact with aircraft from the top of an M151 light vehicle while his partner snaps photographs during Exercise CABANAS '86

An airman fires an M-2 .50-caliber machine gun as his partner feeds rounds during Silver Flag Alpha, a security police training program emphasizing combat arms training and defense of priority resources on an air base

Members of the 34th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron, Air Force Reserve load equipment into a 440th Tactical Airlift Wing C-130A Hercules aircraft for shipment back to the United States during the redeployment phase of Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1. While in Europe, members of the wing flew airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

Army customs inspectors check the baggage of members of the 440th Tactical Airlift Wing, Air Force Reserve prior to their departure by C-130A Hercules aircraft. The reservists, who are returning to the United States during the redeployment phase of Exercise Volant Partner 87-1, flew airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations during their deployment in Europe

Members of the 34th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron, Air Force Reserve load equipment into a 440th Tactical Airlift Wing C-130A Hercules aircraft for shipment back to the United States during the redeployment phase of Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1. While in Europe, members of the wing flew airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

An Army customs inspector uses a narcotics detection dog to check the baggage of members of the 440th Tactical Airlift Wing, Air Force Reserve prior to their departure by C-130A Hercules aircraft. The reservist, who are returning to the United States during the redeployment phase of Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1, flew airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations during their deployment in Europe

Army customs inspectors check the baggage of members of the 440th Tactical Airlift Wing, Air Force Reserve prior to their departure by C-130A Hercules aircraft. The reservists, who are returning to the United States during the redeployment phase of Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1, flew airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations during their deployment in Europe

Italian paratroopers jump from an Air Force Reserve C-130A Hercules aircraft during Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1. Reservists from the 440th Tactical Airlift Wing are flying airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

Members of the 34th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron, Air Force Reserve prepare pallets for shipment back to the United States by 440th Tactical Airlift Wing C-130A Hercules aircraft during the redeployment phase of Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1. While in Europe, members of the wing flew airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

A member of the 34th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron, Air Force Reserve guides a pallet of equipment into a 440th Tactical Airlift Wing C-130A Hercules aircraft for shipment back to the United States during the redeployment phase of Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1. While in Europe, members of the wing flew airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

Italian paratroopers board an Air Force Reserve C-130A Hercules aircraft to take part in a jump during Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1. Reservists from the 440th Tactical Airlift Wing are flying airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

A member of the 440th Tactical Airlift Wing checks a propeller of an Air Force Reserve C-130A Hercules aircraft prior to an early morning departure to Aviano Air Base, Italy during Exercise Volant Partner 87-1 deployment activities. Reservists from the wing are flying airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

Air Force Reserve pilots from the 440th Tactical Airlift Wing prepare for an airdrop of Italian paratroopers at Pisa, Italy during Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1. Reservists from the wing are flying airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

An Italian paratrooper prepares to jump from Air Force Reserve C-130A Hercules aircraft during Exercise VOLANT PARTNER 87-1. Reservists from the 440th Tactical Airlift Wing are flying airlift missions to 30 air bases in nine NATO nations

A member of the 1ST Battalion, 62nd Air Defense Artillery, shoulders a Stringer missile launcher, as his partner peers through a pair of field binoculars during PITCH BLACK '88, a joint Australia-US Exercise emphasizing night flying

A member of a team competing in the DEFENDER CHALLENGE '88 M60 machine gun event fires his weapon, while his partner observes through field glasses

As his partner observes through field glasses, an airman fires an M60 machine gun from behind a barrier at the firing range during Exercise CONTENDING WARRIOR

A member of the 3rd Battalion, 9th Marines, checks the line tied to his partner during a rappelling exercise at the Mountain Warfare Training Center

A pilot on a Naval Air Reserve Patrol Squadron 64 (VP-64) P-3 Orion aircraft eats a sandwich while his partner flies the plane during active duty training

A member of a rescue and assistance team aboard the guided missile cruiser USS JOSEPHUS DANIELS (CG-27) secures his partner's oxygen breathing apparatus as the two prepare to rescue victims from a burning pleasure craft. The JOSEPHUS DANIELS is in the area during UNITAS XXXI, an annual, joint exercise between the U.S. Navy and the naval forces of nine South American countries

A Navy SEAL of SEAL Team 2's Platoon Alpha takes aim with his M-16A2 assault rifle at a possible "enemy" dugout during a training scenario. His partner in the background is armed with an M-60A1 30 caliber light machine gun. SEAL team members are required to remain airborne qualified and are highly skilled in guerilla warfare tactics

AIRMAN 1ST Class Edward Jones of the 48th Security Police Squadron lays on the ground with his M-16 rifle. His partner kneels behind him, ready with his rifle. They are prepared to defend against intruders during a NATO Tactical Evaluation

US Navy Boatswains Mate 1ST Class Mark Thomas stationed on board the US Navys salvage ship USS GRASP (ARS 51) (faces camera) while his dive partner US Navy Quarter MASTER 1ST Class Cass Schussler stationed with Mobile Diving Salvage Unit Two, Little Creek, Virginia, prepare for yet another night dive. They will ride the "stage" off the side of the Grasp during their midnight-to noon shift, down to the ocean floor 116 feet below, wearing 1/4" wet suits to combat the cold temperatures during their 50 - 60 minute dive. The red and green jackets covering their "umbilical" identify them as "red diver" and "green diver" for all communications with the master-diver, and also protects the ...

Representatives from the Partner Nations proudly display their own country's colors during the closing ceremony of Exercise COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise that was conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic, in August 1996, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. The three NATO countries that provided troops are the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands. The 16 "Partnership for Peace" nations that...

US Marines prepare to present representatives of Partner Nations with medals and guidons at the closing ceremony for COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. Three NATO countries and 16 PfP nations took part in the field training exercise in addition to four countries providing observers

Carrying their own colors, representatives of Partner Nations render honors to (L-R) Lieutenant General Charles E. Wilhelm, Commander, Marine Forces Atlantic, General John J. Sheehan, Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic, Commander in CHIEF, US Atlantic Command, and the Honorable Dr. William Perry, US Secretary of Defense, during the closing ceremony for COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards,...

Representatives from the Partner Nations proudly display their own country's colors as they start their turn for the pass and review during the closing ceremonies of Exercise COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise that was conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic, in August 996, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. The three NATO countries that provided troops are the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands. The...

Representatives from the Partner Nations salute the Honorable Dr. William Perry, US Secretary of Defense, during the closing ceremony for COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. Three NATO countries and 16 PfP nations took part in the field training exercise in addition to four countries providing observers

Carrying their own colors, representatives of Partner Nations take their place on the parade field during the closing ceremony for COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. Three NATO countries and 16 PfP nations took part in the field training exercise in addition to four countries providing observers

US Marines salute prior to presenting participating Partner Nations with medals and guidons at the closing ceremony for COOPERATIVE OSPREY 96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. Three NATO countries and 16 PfP nations took part in the field training exercise in addition to four countries providing observers

Carrying their own colors, representatives of Partner Nations render honors to the Honorable Dr. William Perry, US Secretary of Defense, GEN. John J. Sheehan, Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic and Commander in CHIEF, US Atlantic Command; and, LT. GEN. Charles E. Wilhelm, Commander, Marine Forces Atlantic, during the closing ceremony. This United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic under the Partnership for Peace program, provided combined training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. The 16 "Partnership for Peace" nations contributing troops were Albania, ...

US Marines from 6th Marine Regiment march to the parade field where they will pass on their guidons to representatives from the Partner Nations during the closing ceremony. This United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, was conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic (MARFORLANT)

US Marines from 6th Marine Regiment prepare to pass on their guidons to representatives from the Partner Nations during the closing ceremony. This United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic (MARFORLANT), under the Partnership for Peace program, provided combined training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards with emphasis on individual and collective skills. The 16 "Partnership for Peace" nations contributing troops were Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. In addition, the following ...

US Marines prepare to present representatives of Partner Nations, medals and guidons at the closing ceremony for COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. Three NATO countries and 16 PfP nations took part in the field training exercise in addition to four countries providing observers

US Marines decorate representatives from Partner Nations with medals and guidons at the closing ceremony for COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. Three NATO countries and 16 PfP nations took part in the field training exercise in addition to four countries providing observers

Representatives from the Partner Nations carry their respective flags during the closing ceremony. Under the Partnership for Peace program, this exercise provided combined training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with emphasis on individual and collective skills. The 16 "Partnership for Peace" nations contributing troops were Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. In addition, the following countries provided observers to the exercise: Azerbaijan, Belarus, Czech Republic, and Denmark

US Marines decorate representatives from Partner Nations with medals and guidons at the closing ceremony for Cooperative Osprey '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. Three NATO countries and 16 PfP nations took part in the field training exercise in addition to four countries providing observers

Representatives from Partner Nations are presented with medals and guidons at the closing ceremony for COOPERATIVE OSPREY '96. COOPERATIVE OSPREY is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise, conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. COOPERATIVE OSPREY, under the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, provides interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis on individual and collective skills. Three NATO countries and 16 PfP nations took part in the field training exercise in addition to four countries providing observers

US Air Force Brigadier General Thomas C. Waskow, CHIEF of staff, Head Quarters Allied Forces Southern Europe, takes a few moments to address the participents of the Partnership for Peace Exercise COOPERATIVE KEY '96 during the opening ceremony, at Otopeni Air Base, in Romania. Cooperative Key '96 involves Air Forces training in operational and logistics interoperability procedures based on a humanitarian scenario. Participating Nato Air Forces From Greece, Italy, Turkey, and the United States are joined by Partner nations from the Czech Republic, Moldova, Slovazkia and Romania as the host nation

A containerized Delivery System (CDS) is loaded onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft, assigned to the 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, at Otopeni Air Base, in Romania. The CDS will be dropped over a target drop zone during the Partner for Peace Exercise COOPERATIVE KEY '96. The exercise involves Air Forces training in operational and logistics interoperability procedures based on a humanitarian scenario. Participating NATO Air Forces From Greece, Italy, Turkey, and the United States are joined by Partner nations from the Czech Republic, Moldova , Slovazkia and Romania as the host nation

Air Fleet General Ion Stan, Commander of the Romanian Air Force, addresses the the participents of the Partnership for Peace Exercise COOPERATIVE KEY '96 during the opening ceremony, at Otopeni Air Base, in Romania. Cooperative Key '96 involves Air Forces training in operational and logistics interoperability procedures based on a humanitarian scenario. Participating Nato Air Forces From Greece, Italy, Turkey, and the United States are joined by Partner nations from the Czech Republic, Moldova, Slovazkia and Romania as the host nation

A Romanian Jump MASTER inspects the parachute of a fellow paratrooper, prior to boarding a Romanian AN-26 aircraft, at Otopeni Air Base, Romania, during the Partner for Peace Exercise COOPERATIVE KEY '96. The paratroopers will perform a low altitude jump over a target drop zone. Cooperative Key '96 involves Air Forces training in operational and logistics interoperability procedures based on a humanitarian scenario. Participating NATO Air Forces From Greece, Italy, Turkey, and the United States are joined by Partner nations from the Czech Republic, Moldova, Slovazkia and Romania as the host nation

Lance Corporal (LCPL) William Kazy gets a low-five from a Kurdish evacuee while he and his partner LCPL Derrell Cason walk their post during Marine Joint Task Force Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. PACIFIC HAVEN provided Kurdish evacuees political asylum from Iraq. While on Guam, the Kurds are provided shelter, food, clothing, medical care and assimilation classes for life in the United States

Lance CPL. William Kazy gets a low-five from a Kurdish evacuee while he and his partner Lance CPL. Derrell Cason walk their post during a Marine Joint Task Force operation

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Melissa Baumgarter, a K-9 security forces member assigned to the 319th Security Forces Squadron, Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota, patrols with her partner Tito. The dog patrols are another example of the mixture of forces participating in Contingency Support Operations Course (CSOC) 97-8. The Contingency Support Operations Course gives many airmen their first taste of how contingencies work, what is expected of them, and how to survive and operate under these conditions