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List of biblical passages useful for various purposes (to convert sinners, to put up with tribulations, etc.)

New York, February 15, 1773. James Rivington bookseller, printer and stationer, in New-York. Purposes to publish a weekly news-paper, every Thursday, differing materially in its plan from most others now extant; he has been honoured with encoura

Providence, July 26, 1779. Sir By the annexed vote of the Town of Providence, you will perceive the anxious desire they possess of having the purposes therein expressed carried into execution. The absolute necessity of a common circulating mediu

An act to authorize a grant of lands to the French inhabitants of Galliopolis, and for other purposes therein mentioned ... [179-].

Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. An act making an appropriation for the purposes therein mentioned [effecting

... An act to provide for the erecting and repairing of arsenals and magazine and for other purposes. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794].

... An act for extending the benefit of a drawback and terms of credit, in certain cases, and for other purposes. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794.].

... An act to continue in force the act "for ascertaining the fees in admiralty proceedings in the district courts of the United States, and for other purposes." [Followed by] An act enabling George Gibbs to obtain a drawback of duties on certai

In Senate of the United Statds, April 30th, 1802. The Committee to whom was referred a bill from the House of representatives, entitled "An act to amend an act, entitled,"An act for the relief of sick and disabled seamen," and for other purposes

In Senate of the United States. 26th January, 1802, passed the House of representatives. An act, to repeal, in parts, the act intituled "An act regulating foreign coins; and for other purposes." ... [Washington] Duane, printer [1802].

Regulating and paving streets. Proposals in writing, will be received at the office of the street commissioner, in the City-Hall, until Thursday, the 6th of November, for the following purposes, viz ... [Signed] John S. Hunn, Street- Commissione

Blowing Rocks, and Regulating Streets. Proposals will be received at the Office of the Street-Commissioner, in the City-Hall, for the following purposes ... [Signed] John S. Hunn. Street Commissioner. New York, February 2, 1807. Printed by South

A bill to provide for the payment of that part of the direct tax of the United States, which is apportioned to the Commonwealth of Virginia and for other purposes. Presented, December 15th, 1814. [Richmond, 1814].

Map showing land required for Croton Aqueduct purposes

Chart of illustrations for business purposes

Extract from Fort Monroe, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Yorktown, with their connections and surroundings for military purposes /

Ulysses S. Grant to Elihu B. Washburne, Wednesday, September 21, 1864 (Telegram granting Lincoln permission to use anything Grant has written to him for political purposes)

Notice. For the information of those who paid money for recruiting purposes, the subscribers hereby give notice that the treasurer has not been able to hire money at a fair rate for the purpose of refunding the money to them ... Selectmen of Rea

Gothic Forms Applied to Furniture, Metal Work and Decoration for Domestic Purposes

Stencils for business purposes and for marking clothing. Cheapest and best! at Metcalfs' 101 Union St. [1868].

map from "The Royal Land Company of Virginia: its purposes and charters, etc. (Appendix.)"

map from "The Royal Land Company of Virginia: its purposes and charters, etc. (Appendix.)"

Map of land to be acquired under Chapter 191, Laws of 1880 for market purposes

abacus from "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, clay, putty, paper pulp, plaster of Paris ... Also Chalk Modeling in its adaptation to purposes of illustration. Fully illustrated"

South America from "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, clay, putty, paper pulp, plaster of Paris ... Also Chalk Modeling in its adaptation to purposes of illustration. Fully illustrated"

[Isma Martin, half-length portrait of criminal for police identification purposes, seated, facing front]

[Weli of Budrieh at Sherafat and the preparing of a sacrifice. Collecting the blood for ritual purposes]

Portion of H.O. chart #1800 showing parcels of land to be acquired by the U.S. Government through the Secetary [sic] of the Navy by condemnation, proceedings for naval purposes at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, Naval Appropriation Act, March 3, 1901 /

Map of Additional lands Required By the St. Louis, San Francisco and Ne Orleans Railroad Company at Hugo, Indian Territory, For Connecting Tracks and Yard Purposes

Map of the Pauls Valley Railway through Portion of Pauls Valley, I.T. Showing Land to be Set Aside for Rail-Way Purposes

Muskogee Union Railway. Map Showing Property to be Acquired as "Additional Lands for Railroad Purposes"

Muskogee Union Railway. Map Showing Property to be Acquired as "Additional lands for Railroad Purposes" T. 16 N., R. 19 E.

Muskogee Union Railway Map Showing Property to be Acquired as "Additional Land for Railroad Purposes" S. 24 T. 15 N.R. 18 E.

Muskogee Union Railway. Map Showing Property to be Acquired at "Additional Lands for Railroad Purposes" T. 15 N., R. 18 E.

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Panama, I.T.

Midland Valley Railroad Co., Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Muskogee, I.T.

Midland Valley Railroad Co., Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Stigler, I.T.

Muskogee Southern Railway Additional Right of Way Required for Railway Purposes (Sections 21 and 28, T. 10 N., R. 28 E.), Cherokee Nation, I.T.

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Keota, I.T.

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Cameron Coal & Mercantile Co's Mine

Map Showing Additional Land Required for Station Grounds and Other Railway Purposes

Muskogee Union Railway. Map Showing Property to be Acquired as "Additional Land for Railroad Purposes." In Blocks 24 and 25

Map of the M.O.G. Ry. Through Henryetta I.T. Showing Lands Used for Right of Way, Station Grounds and Other Railway Purposes

Midland Valley Railroad Co., Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Haskell, I.T.

Midland Valley Railroad Co., Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Sans Bois, I.T.

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Mile 165.2

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes near Tulsa, I.T.

Missouri, Kansas, & Texas Ry., Tulsa Division, Land Required for Railroad Purposes near Valley Situated in the . . . Creek Nation, Ind. Ter.

The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. Additional Land Needed for Railway Purposes in West Half of Sec. 29 TP 29 N. R. 13 E. near Owen, Cherokee Nation, Ind. Terr.

The Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company, Land Required in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory for Side Tracks Turn Outs and Other Railroad Purposes

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Russell, I.T.

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., Shawnee Division, Land Required for Railroad Purposes at Tyrola, I.T. and Along Nigger Creek

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Keffeton, I.T

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Porum, I.T.

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway, Choctaw Division, Land Required for Railroad Purposes, Mile Post 638.77 near Durrant, I.T.

Map of West Half of northwest Quarter of Sec. 22, T. 10 N., R. 11 E. Showing Tract Required for Railroad Purposes . . . North of the Centre of Alabama Creek

Fort Smith & Western R.R. Co., A Plat Showing Additional Land . . . Required for Turnout, Side Track and Other Railroad Purposes

Muskogee and Texas Railway, Map Showing Property to be Acquired as Additional Lands for Railway Purposes, Description N.E. 1/4 of S.W. 1/4 of S.W. 1/4 of Section 11. Twp. 10 North, Range 19 East

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Jenks, Ind. Ter.

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes at Glenn Pool, I.T.

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes near Mile Post 60.8

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes near Mile Post 61.1

Midland Valley Railroad Co. Map of Additional Grounds Required for Railroad Purposes near Mile Post 61.7

The Lincoln Highway route : it's ideals and purposes : a connected improved highway extending from New York City to San Francisco ...

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway . . . Additional Land Required for Railway Purposes, Muskogee, Oklahoma

Scales for Experimental Purposes Aboard Ship, Loading Position

Scales for Experimental Purposes Aboard Ship, Weighing Position

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - Money being raised for patriotic purposes. Red Cross goat which was sold

American Red Cross - Uniforms - All white is the dress uniform of the Red Cross nurse in foreign service, where its wearing, for laundry purposes has to be a luxury. But sometimes a wounded man is decorated in the ward, or a General may visit; almost certainly then the nurse will wear dress uniform as a mark of honor, and one which is dramatic in its symbolism. Nurses of the Army and Navy Nurse Corps wear the same uniform, with their insignia the Caduceus of the Army or anchor of the Navy replacing the Red Cross pin. They retain the Red Cross on the cap, however, if they have entered military service from the Red Cross reserve

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Indiana - Terre Haute, Indiana, war activities. Sheet iron armored auto for parade purposes

Drills - Civilian Bodies - Life guard of Atlantic City drill for military purposes. The life savers stati1d at Atlantic City, New Jersey, noted resort, were drilling daily before going on regular duty of guarding the bathers, in military tactics. Photo shows the men at drill on t

Behind the western front. Shock troops with dis-assembled hand grenades for instruction purposes

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - School of Photography - Different types of cameras for instruction purposes

Balloons - Observation - American Dirigible. New type of dirigible for observation purposes, 162 ft. long equipped with two 150 H.P. motors

Airplanes - Types - Thomas-Morse Type S-6, Tandem two-seater Scout, with 80 H.P. LeRhone engine. This machine is adapted for training purposes or civilian use where a two-seater is desired, having a wide range of performance and low landing speed. Thomas- Morse Aircraft Corporation, Ithaca, N.Y

[Plate 130-X. Distilling outfit for different purposes such as separating and extracting, made of plain cast iron or acid enameled.]

"Uncle Joe" keeps up with the latest fad Uncle Joe Cannon refuses to be outdone by the newer members of Congress and has become a radio fan himself, although not for campaigning purposes, for Uncle Joe will not run for Congress again.

Home of New Chief Justice of U.S. Supreme Court in Washington. This palatial home at 2223 R Street in the fashionable section of Washington has just been purchased by Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes. The house is ideally suited for entertainment purposes

At Split-Coin hearing. Testifying before the House Coinage Committee are C.M. Hester, Assistant General Counsel of the Treasury Department, and Miss Mary O'Reilly, assistant director of the U.S. Mint, as congress propares to consider the plea of several states that they be allowed to issue coins in fractional cents for sales tax purposes. Miss O'Rielly has been with the Mint for 32 years. 8/8/35

Wash. D.C. Alley dwelling. This photograph shows the front door of an alley dwelling. The clutter of filth, debris and tin cans allhave highly utilitarian purposes. Many of the houses are without gas, water, or electric connections. 11/28/35

ROOSEVELT ADDRESSES LOYAL FARMERS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ADDRESSES A CROWD OF VISITING FARMERS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY WHO GATHERED IN WASHINGTON TO EXPRESS THEIR ENDORSEMENT OF THE ADMINISTRATION'S AGRICULTURAL POLICY. THE PRESIDENT SAID THAT FOES OF THE ADMINISTRATION HAD TRIED TO MISLEAD FARMERS AS TO THE PURPOSES OF THE AAA'S POLICIES

Rabbit used for experimental purposes. U.S. Department of Agriculture Experiment Station

Power station. This power station services the town from dark until 11:00 p.m. only. One day a week during daylight hours it is served for special purposes. Escalante, Utah

Once a marsh, now a river for bathing purposes. National park recreational area near Winona, Indiana

Lake developed for recreation purposes. Custer State Park, South Dakota

Water is precious on the Taos land use project at New Mexico. Aridity of the land and absence of wells make this region suited only for grazing purposes

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left.

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left.

Baltimore, MD. For every Social Security Account Number issued an "emploee master card" is made in the Social Security Board Records Office. Identifying data, given on the application blank , Form SC-5[?], is transferred to this master card in the form of up-ended quadrangular holes, punched by key punch machines, which have a key card like a typewriter. Each key struck by an operator causes a [...] to be punched into the card. The position of a hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. From this master card is made an acturial card, to be used later in statistical purposes. The master card also is used in other machines which sort them numerically, according to account numbers alphabetically according to the name code, translate the holes into numbers and letters, and print the data on individual ledger sheets, indexes, registry of accounts, and other uses. It is kept as a permanent record. The photograph above shows at work a part of the key machine section, where master cards are punched.

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left.

Baltimore, Md. For every social security account number issued an "employee master card" is made in the Social Security board records office. Testifying data, given on the application blank, form ss-5 is transferred to this master card in the form of up ended quadrangular holes, punched by key punch machines, which have a keyboard like a typewriter. Each key struck by an operator causes a hole to be punched in the card. The position of a hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. The position of the hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. From this master card is made an actuarial card, to be used later for statistical purposes. The master card also is used in other machines which sort them numerically, according to account numbers, alphabetically according to the name code, translate the holes into numbers and letters, and print the data on individual ledger sheets, indexes, registry of accounts and other uses. The photograph above shows a records office worker punching master cards on a key punch machine

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left.

Baltimore, Md. For every social security account number issued an "employee master card" is made in the Social Security Board Records Office. Testifying data, given on the application blank, form ss-5 is transferred to this master card in the form of up ended quadrangular holes, punched by key punch machines, which have a keyboard like a typewriter. Each key struck by an operator causes a hole to be punched in the card. The position of a hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. The position of the hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. From this master card is made an actuarial card, to be used later for statistical purposes. The master card also is used in other machines which sort them numerically, according to account numbers, alphabetically according to the name code, translate the holes into numbers and letters, and print the data on individual ledger sheets, indexes, registry of accounts and other uses. The photograph above shows a records office worker punching master cards on a key punch machine

Sign advertising land for farm purposes, pine area, New Jersey

House plant. Gasoline saw being adjusted for ripping purposes. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

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

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

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

Inserting metal sampler into bag of rice for testing purposes, Abbeville, Louisiana