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Saying grace before the barbeque dinner at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Jim Norris, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

Melicias Provinciales, constan estos Cuerpos de 42 Regimientos, compuestos todos de vn solo Batallon sobre el pie de los Veteranos, y fueron creados en dos ocasiones a saver 28 en el año 1734 y los 14 restantes en el Año de 1766 (1797).

Heliotropium Americanum, cæruleum, foliis Horminii = Herbe aux verrues. [Heliotrope, Cherry pie]

Heliotropium majus Discoridi = Elitropia = Herbe aux verrues. [Heliotrope, Cherry pie]

Delphiinium hortenses, flore majore et multiplici incarnato = Speron di cavaliere = Pie'd Alouette. [Larkspur, Staggerweed]

Diseño de la Bomba de 11 pulgadas y 10 lineas del pie de Rey para servicio de tierra [Material gráfico no proyectable]

Cazadoros de Infanteria de Guardias Españolas, fueron creados Año, 1793, y en cada Batallon ay vna Compañia sobre el mismo pie gue el de las demas (1797).

Buonaparté pie / Woodward delin.

Pie Dish

La pie de paradis ou l'incomparabale, mâle.

La pie de paradis ou l'incomparabale, mâle.

Femelle de la Pie de paradis.

Figura de los montes del Portichuelo entendido de Oriolet, sus alturas y distancias desde el Monte del Castillo, asta el Pie de la Muela de Orihuela

Croquis de Alcantarilla de un pie castellano por legua

Otro modo de cazar á pie.

Banknote motifs: circular lobed lathe work design, its interior composed of repeated stars, missing a pie shaped wedge (recto); Two pie-shaped wedges of lathe work ornament resembling cut glass (verso)

blackbird pie from "Recollections of Old Christmas: a masque. Performed at Grimston. [By Thomas C. Croker.]"

"Under Crust" house in 5th Avenue[rootbeer and pie stand].

"Under Crust" house in 5th Avenue[rootbeer and pie stand].

Monroe's patent pie meat - prepared beef for pies

Tis a pie, Your Majesty, he said simply, an apple pie

[Carlisle offered the speakership pie]

No'm, I habn't seed your chicken pie, but dat dog Ponto hab ben lookin' mighty fat and guilty all de afternoon

Distribution of The Chinese Pie

Pie Biters on NEW YORK

[Nelson "Pie" Way, Yale pitcher (baseball)]

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Red Cross Canteen workers feed soldiers on way to camp. Workers of the Red Cross canteen service serving hot coffee and heaping trays of sanwiches, cake and pie to soldiers on way to camp

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Pie eating contest at Harvard Stadium, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Ceremonies - New York State Activities - Middletown, N.Y. celebrates Armistice signing. Women took their pie tins and other kitchen utensils into the streets to make a noise with

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Pie eating contest at Harvard Stadium, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Policy and pie /

[Pie Traynor, Pittsburgh NL (baseball)]

Pies and paper pie plates. Group of pies and plates

Pies and paper pie plates. Close-up of pie

Pies and paper pie plates. Pie I

Pies and paper pie plates. Pies

Pies and paper pie plates. Close-up of pie

[Cook with large pie]

Pie eating contest, Bathing Beach, [7/31/21]

[Two men standing next to a Reo truck, which brought Eskimo pie from Chicago to President Harding at the White House]

[Betty Compson, half length portrait, standing, with umbrella, in bathing suit, facing slightly right, eating Eskimo Pie. Movie star]

Apple Pie

Cherry Pie

Lemon Meringue Pie

[An apple dressed as a schoolboy looking at signpost with directions "To the pie foundry" and "To the cider mill"]

Huckleberry Pie

Apple Pie

Huckleberry Pie

Pineapple Pie

Conn. Pie Co., Ford truck

Lemon Meringue Pie

Pineapple Pie

Lemon Meringue Pie

Cherry Pie

Huckleberry Pie

[Pie Traynor, Pittsburgh NL (baseball)]

[Members of Congress posed, eating pie, left to right: Stewart Hoffman Appleby, Ralph Eugene Updike, William Radford Coyle, Samuel Dickstein, Edith Nourse Rogers, James Campbell(?) McLaughlin, Samuel James Montgomery, Clarence John McLeod, John Bartholomew Sosnowski, and Joseph Lawrence Hooper]

Rep. John Jacob Rogers with pie, [1/7/26]

Liberty Pie Co. truck wreck

Liberty Pie Co. truck wreck

[Herbert Hoover cutting a large pie]

Pies and paper pie plates. Pie I

Pies and paper pie plates. Pie II

Electric Institute of Washington. Instruction given by Boston Pie Co.

[Woman with pie at White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Herbert Hoover and woman with large pie outside White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Cooks making pie]

Christmas dinner in home of Earl Pauley. Near Smithfield, Iowa. Dinner consisted of potatoes, cabbage and pie

Christmas dinner in home of Earl Pauley. Near Smithfield, Iowa. Dinner consisted of potatoes, cabbage and pie

7:45 a.m. Tip Estes' children watch their mother make a pie. Near Fowler, Indiana

Cherry pie for the President. Washington D.C. July 8. The cherry queen of the National Cherry Festival Miss Eliene Lyon, of Traverse City, Mich. Today presented to the president this huge cherry pie. The pie was received for the President by his secretary Marvin McIntyre, on the left is Senator Prentiss Brown of Michigan, who accompanied Miss Lyon to the White House

Students at school receiving instructions in pie making. Lakeview Project, Arkansas

Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, with his work burros in front of his barn, Pie Town, New Mexico

30 pound cherry pie for president. Washington, D.C., July 6. A 30 pound cherry pie was accepted for President Roosevelt today by Presidential Secretary Edwin M. Watson from nineteen year old Jean Halmond, Queen of Michigan's National Cherry Festival. The queen flew here to make the presentation of the pie which was baked here from Michigan cherries under the direct supervision of Miss Halmond

Wife of farmer now on WPA (Works Progress Administration/Work Projects Administration) roadwork making blackberry pie. Near Sallisaw, Oklahoma

Distributing pie to contestants in pie eating contest, 4-H Club fair, Cimarron, Kansas

Boys in the judging stand watching the pie eating contest, 4-H Club fair, Cimarron, Kansas

School children singing, Pie Town, New Mexico

Rodeo at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

White migrant family eating lunch of blackberry pie on the highway east of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma

Filling station and garage at Pie Town, New Mexico

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Faro and Doris Caudill, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico

Making pie crusts. Bakery, San Angelo, Texas

Initial pin souvenirs at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Serving pinto beans at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair barbeque

Church, Pie Town, New Mexico

Son of Jim Norris, homesteader, tying corn into bundles, Pie Town, New Mexico

Group of homesteaders in front of the bean house which was used for exhibit hall at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Jack Whinery, homesteader, with his wife and the youngest of his five children, Pie Town, New Mexico

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Friends meeting at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Jack Whinery and Jim Norris, homesteaders, looking at roots of stalk of corn, Pie Town, New Mexico

Wife of Jim Norris with canned goods, Pie Town, New Mexico

Getting ready for the pie eating contest, 4-H Club fair, Cimarron, Texas

School at Pie Town, New Mexico is held at the Farm Bureau Building

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

School children singing, Pie Town, New Mexico

Crowd eating free barbeque dinner at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair