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manuscript from "A Review of the Origin, Progress and Result of the ... war with ... Tippoo Sultaun, in Mysore; with notes ... To which are added some account of Zemaun Shah ... and an Appendix containing translations of the principal state papers found in the cabinet of Tippoo ... together with a dedication ... by M. Wood"

Irish march of intellect; or, the happy result of emancipation / A Sharpshooter fec.

map from "Key to the Geology of the Globe. An essay, designed to show that the present geographical, hydrographical, and geological structures observed on the Earth's crust, were the result of forces acting according to fixed, demonstrable laws, analogous to those governing the development of organic bodies ... Illustrated by maps and diagrams"

map from "Key to the Geology of the Globe. An essay, designed to show that the present geographical, hydrographical, and geological structures observed on the Earth's crust, were the result of forces acting according to fixed, demonstrable laws, analogous to those governing the development of organic bodies ... Illustrated by maps and diagrams"

"Result of the Fire - The Poor Curiosities Out of Employment.": Barnum's Museum.

General Orders, No. 67, War Department, adjutant General's Office, Washington, April 16, 1865. Andrew Johnson assumes duties as president as result of Lincoln's death.

This little boy would persist in handling books above his capacity And this was the disastrous result.

The bloomer and the buffalo. A prospective result of the completion of the U.P.R.R.

The tables turned - how our streets will look next year as a result of the Chinese invasion [caricature of Chinese men as babysitters and servants, man carrying sign "Chinamen for all work," and Chinese laundry; women stand by with nothing to do]

Grand result Buying guns, ammunition, and fishing tackle from Paul Meyers, 625 South Second St., and 212 Vine St., Philadelphia, Pa. / / W. R. Hallowell, del., Phila.

The result of the Star Route trials / F. Graetz.

The result in doubt: "de one you's gets de water outen fust, am de winner."

[Illustration of the dangers of alcoholic beverages]: Result of...drinking, pl. 3

The great national fishing match / the result

A positive process from a negative result, "try yer funny bizness on us, will yer?"

A result of the system / J.S. Pughe.

In battle array, - and there's not much doubt about the result / Dalrymple.

The hunters return - result of the chase

The hunter's return: result of the chase.

The hunter's return: result of the chase.

The Result of the Chase

[The result was the usual one]

The result

One result of abolishing the canteen / L.M. Glackens.

Their inquiries to right and left brought no result

[Result of hurricane and fire in a heavy stand of Idaho white pine on Little North fork of St. Joe River, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho]

Result of a morning's hippopotamus hunt on Mlembo River, Rhodesia, Africa

[Catskill Aqueduct construction: Result of the blast of the great siphon tunnel under the Hudson - 2 people in tunnel, Jan. 1912]

A fifteen year old boy operating a dangerous boring machine at which he said a boy recently bored half his hand off. To operate this machine (which bores a large hole in the spade handle) the boy has to throw his whole weight onto the lever which pushes the handle (and himself) up against the unprotected borer. A slip might easily result fatally. Boy earns $1.65 a day. This factory has a number of unprotected belts and dangerous machines. One other boy, about the age of this one, was doing all kinds of work, taking away the handles from a huge rip saw, etc., and constantly exposed to danger. Pittman Handle Factory. Location: Denison, Texas.

[Durward Nickerson, Western Union messenger #55. One of the by-products of messenger work. Lives in Bessemer, R.F.D. #1. Saturday night, September 26, 1914 he took investigator through the old Red Light on Ave. A, pointed out the various resorts, told him about the inmates he has known there. Only a half dozen of them were open now, and those very quietly. Durward has put in 2 years in the messenger work and shows the result of temptations open to him. He recently returned from a hobo trip through 25 states. He was not inclined to tell much about the shady side of messenger work, but one could easily see that he has been through much that he might have avoided in a profitable kind of work. 18 years old. See Alabama report. ]. Location: [Birmingham, Alabama].

Result of a double depth charge

View of the country southeast of Gaza. The irregularities result from the action of the winter rains and violent winds

Durward Nickerson, Western Union messenger #55. One of the by-products of messenger work. Lives in Bessemer, R.F.D. #1. Saturday night, September 26, 1914, he took investigator through the old Red Light on Ave. A, pointed out the various resorts, told him about the inmates he has known there. Only a half dozen of them were open now, and those very quietly. Durward has put in 2 years in the messenger work and shows the result of temptations open to him. He has recently returned from a hobo trip through 25 states. He was not inclined to tell much about the shady side of messenger work, but one could easily see that he has been through much that he might have avoided in a profitable kind of work. 18 years old. See Alabama report. Location: Birmingham, Alabama.

Armor - Armor - Designing armor for American Soldiers. In the Armorer's Workshop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. where under the direction of Major Bashford Dean, Ord. Dept., U.S.A., and Curator of Armor at the Museum, armor for the American soldiers fighting in France is being designed. The suits or armor used in medieval times which many collectors have brought to the museum were carefully inspected and the good points brought to the museum were carefully inspected and the good points brought to bear in fashioning this modern armor. The actual labor is being performed by Assistant Curator of Armor at the Museum, Daniel Tachaux and his assistnat Sergt. Jacques Bartel, of the Ord. Dept. American soldiers wearing this armor have gone into actual battle to test the effectiveness of the covering, and upon the result of the experiments depends whether the soldiers are to wear armor. A corner of the armor hall in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The suits of armor are being studied by miltiary experts

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Close view of castor plan showing the arrangement of the seeds. The castor oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Armor - Armor - Designing armor for American soldiers. In the Armorer's Workshop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. under the direction of Major Bashford Dean, Ordance Dept., U.S.A. and curator of armor at the Museum, where armor for the American soldiers fighting in France is being designed. The suits of armor used in medieval times which many collectors have brought to the museum were carefully inspected and the good points brought to bear in fashioning this modern armor. The actual labor is being performed by Assistant Curator of Armor at the Museum, Daniel Facheaux and his assistant Sergt. Jacques Bartel, of the Ordnance Dept. American soldiers wearing this armor have gone into actual battle to test the effectiveness of the covering, and upon the result of the experiments depends whether the soldiers are to wear armor. Old helmets on exhibition in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. These helmets are of Italian origin dating back to the 15th century. They are technically known as Saladebarbute, and are all of Milanese workmanship. The helmet on the extreme left is of classic design, and follows the fashion set by the ancient Greeks. These helmets are being studied by military experts so that the good points will not be lost in designing modern armor

An Armed English Steamer which is sinking as the result of a lucky torpedo hit

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Field of castor beans. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Armor - Armor - Designing armor for American Soldiers. In the Armorer's Workshop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y., under the direction of Major Bashford Dean, Ord. Dept., U.S.A. and Curator of Armor at the Museum, armor for the American soldiers fighting in France is being designed. The suits of armor used in medieval times which many collectors have brought to the museum were carefully inspected and thegood points brought to bear in fashioning this modern armor. The actual labor is being performed by Assistant Curator of Armor at the Museum, Daniel Tachaux and his assistant Sergt. Jacquest Bartel, of the Ord. Dept. American soldiers wearing this armor have gone into actual battle to test the effectiveness of the covering, and upon the result of the experiments depends whether the soldiers are to wear armor. Daniel Tachaux examining the construction of a suit of battle armor of the 16th century, to adopt its good points in designing modern armor

Airplanes - Accidents - Falling airplane collides with the railroad train in Canada. While an airman was doing various stunts in the air at Toronto, Canada, his engine suddenly went dead and the plane out of control shot at tremendous speed toward the ground. Upon landing it collided with locomotive of munitions train with result shown above

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Close view of castor bean field. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Armor - Armor - Designing armor for American Soldiers. In the Armorer's workshop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. where, under the direction of Major Bashford Dean, Ord. Dept., U.S.A., and Curator of Armor at the Museum, armor for the American soldiers fighting in France is being designed. The suits of armor used in medieval times which many collectors have brought to the museum were carefully inspected and the good points brought to bear in fashioning this modern armor. The actual labor is being performed by Assistant Curator of Armor at the Museum, Daniel Tachaux and his assistant Sergt. Jacquest Bartel, of the Ord. Dept. american soldiers wearing this armor have gone into actual battle to test the effectiveness of the covering, and upon the result of the experiments depends whether the soldiers are to wear armor. Daniel Tachaux, who has been commissioned by the U.S. Governemnet to design protective armor for soldiers in the trenches, repairing a helmet of the 16th century

Airplanes - Accidents - Flier falls to death. On Nov. 1st, 1918, 2nd Lt. A. L. Joquel in plane No. 39168 JN4 Canadian accompanied by Cadet E. A. Early as passenger fell into spin at 4,000 ft. and crashed. Lt. Joquel died the following day as a result of injuries sustained. Cadet Early sustained minor bruises and fractured upper jaw

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Indiana - Result of War Chest Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana

Result of War Economies

The Red Cross sees a man through More than 26,000 men are still in hospitals as the result of the war. Your membership helps the Red Cross make their lives happier.

Where Carmen Sylva lived. The Palace of the late Carmen Sylva, celebrated Queen of Roumania, in the Carpathian mountains. It was her favorite retreat. The people of the district depended much on her philanthropy and kindness. The American Red Cross found many of them in a destitute condition as a result of the war. As a result of the Red Cross aid they have placed Americans in the same reverance with which they hold their late Queen

The Red Cross sees a man through More than 26,000 men are still in hospitals as a result of the war.

State of Minnesota Executive department. Proclamation ... I, Joseph A. A. Burnquist, Governor of Minnesota, realizing that the assuming on the part of our people of an increased responsibility in this matter will result in many benefits to our s

Saves drowning man. Miss Leona Davis of 806 C St., S.E., Wash., beauty contest winner and crack swimmer, who saved G.W. Cave, insurance man from drowning in Chesapeake and Ohio Canal on Sunday afternoon June 1. The near drowning was the result of a fishing trip

Secretary Denby surrounded by reporters at the White House as he announced he would not resign from the Cabinet as a result of the Tea Pot Dome investigation

Congress attests election result. At a joint session of the House and Senate the resul [...] ber election received the final attest of Congress today, [...]ary, 11th. The photo shows, Senator Albert Cummins, Presi[...] pro tempore of the Senate and Speaker of the House, Frederick Gi[...] on the Speaker's rostrum. Below them are the official tellers of the House and Senate, who took charge of the ballots, opening them in alphabetical order, left to right, Rep. Lamar Jeffers of Alabama; Senator Selden P. Spencer of Missouri; Rep. Hays P. White of Kansas and Senator William H. King of Utah

If you happen to be commander of a Navy ship you will be happy to know about this new piece of mechanism. It is the result of the combined efforts of various branches of the Navy Dept. It is a theodolite (compass for measuring the horizon) that will be used on Navy ships. Mr. R.L. Currie of the aerological office Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy department is shown with this instrument which will be used to site pilot balloons sent from shipboard for the sake of gathering weather information

League of Nation Malaria Investigation Committee, Punjab, India. A typical "tank" in a village, showing water buffalos who spend most of the sunshine hours here as there is no nearby mud wallow. There "tanks" are used by water buffalos, because these animals, lacking sweat glands, could not otherwise stand the noonday heat. The result is a high malaria rate in the village

Hurley inaugurates construction work at tomb of unknown soldier. Secretary of War Patrick J. Hurley broke the ground to start construction of approaches to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetary. Plans for the work were selected as the result of a nationwide competition and the $416,000 project was begun at this time for the purpose of relieving unemployment in the vicinity of Washington, Left to right in the photograph: Col. Arthur Woods, chairman of President Hoover's Committee on unemployment; Secretary Hurley; Gen. Douglas MacArthur, new chief of staff of the U.S. Army, and Maj. Gen. J.L.DeWitt, quarter-master general. 12/19/30

Iraq. Oil wells and camp of the Iraq Petroleum Company. (5 miles S. of Kirkuk). Kirkuk District. A river of crude oil. Result of an uncontrolled gusher

Norris Dam and powerhouse. Night view of Norris Dam with floodlighting. The more spectacular dams of the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) are equipped to be floodlit at night and are popular excursion points. Pinpoint lights along top of dam are small lenses in back of the handrail bracket road lighting fixtures. Wet spots on dam are the result of small shrinkage cracks during initial years which later sealed themselves by the sediment contained in the water

Norris Dam and powerhouse. Night view of Norris Dam with floodlighting. The more spectacular dams of the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) are equipped to be floodlit at night and are popular excursion points. Pinpoint lights along top of dam are small lenses in back of the handrail bracket road lighting fixtures. Wet spots on dam are the result of small shrinkage cracks during initial years which later sealed themselves by the sediment contained in the water

Unofficial "Mayor" of D.C. breaks leg. Sen. William King, D., of Utah, and chairman of the Senate District of Columbia committee, transacts business from his bed where he is confined as a result of a broken leg, fractured in a fall in his home. Sen. King, as chairman of the Senate Committee, is considered the unofficial "Mayor" of voteless District of Columbia. He now is striving to get a PWA loan for a new court house, 8/29/35

A ghost town decaying as a result of drought and low farm produce prices. Ardmore, South Dakota

Result Three killed by speeding car at dark corner.

Terror methods used to create riots in labor strikes., Washington, D.C. Sept. 23. Professional strike-breaker, undercover agent and industrial guard, E.J. McDade, appeared before the Senate Committee investigating espionage in labor relations today and told how guards used live steam on striking workers, also of the time when a fence was charged with electricity and other terroristic methods used to place blame on labor leaders to result in increasing the "guard" forces. McDade said he had been in the employ of the Railway Audit and Inspection Co. on several jobs

"Bum blockade." All heading north. South of King City, California. Difficult to get a record of this movement because these men wouldn't be photographed as a result of Los Angeles police activity

The Land Acquisition Program of the Resettlement Administration along the Oregon coast is designed to prevent the continued misuse of forest resources which result in scenes like this along the Yachats River

Palestine disturbances 1936. Result of the Jaffa dynamiting. An open boulevard through the formerly conjested part of older Jaffa, view looking south

Upturned farmhouse resting against a tree. Result of the flood in Posey County, Indiana

S.E.C. reports to White House. Washington, D.C., April 13. The Securities and Exchange Commission held an informal conference this morning before leaving for the White House where Chairman James M. Landis told President Roosevelt that the Commission hopes to complete its corporate reorganization study soon and transmit a report to Congress. the study, Landis said, will deal with foreign bond defaults, Judicial reorganization procedure and other reorganization plans. he indicated the report may result in regulatory legislation "to protect investors" in the photograph, left to right: Commissioners George C. Matthews and William O. Douglas; Chairman James M. Landis; Commissioners J.D. Ross and Robert E. Healy, 4/13/1937

Virginia style ham. [...] did Mrs. Mark Bristol. [...]ze when she baked Virginia style. a couple of hams for friends a few years ago that would eventually develop into a lucrative business for her. The flavor of the hams so intrigued the friends that they passed the word on to others and as a result Mrs. Bristol now bakes thousands of hams every year in her kitchen on fashionable Massachusetts Avenue and ship them to all parts of the world. Even the Duke of Windsor is now one of her best customers. It takes Mrs. Bristol four days to prepare a ham according to her specially formulate recipe. It is first soaked and simmered for days and then while baking, it is sprinkled with cloves, pineapple and basted with sherry, brandy or applejack. The hams are originally obtained from a special farm in Virginia where they have been smoked in the real Dixie manner. Mrs. Bristol frequently inspects the ham while is it in the simmering process. Her Virginia cook and first assistant, Mamie, holds the lid

How a bill become a law. After the vote has been taken, the result is noted in the Journal of Action by Louis Sirkey, House Journal Clerk. If the bill receives a passing vote, it is sent to the other House for action. If the bill failed to pass it must be reintroduced unless it is voted to refer it back to the committee for reconsideration

A mother in California who with her husband and her two children will be returned to Oklahoma by the Relief Administration. This family had lost a two-year-old baby during the winter as a result of exposure

Church once supported by a prosperous congregation now abandoned, because the population moved out as a result of depletion of lumber and soil. Chaneysville, Pennsylvania

This family without food and work about to be returned to Oklahoma by the Relief Administration. They have lost a baby as a result of exposure during the winter. Had to sell their tent and car to buy food. Neideffer Camp, Holtville, Imperial Valley, California

Declares farmers against Roosevelt judiciary reorganization plan. Washington, D.C., March 24. Louis J. Taber, Master of the National Grange, clenches his fists to emphasize a point today as he appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee to express his organization's opposition to the president's court reorganization plan. Taber declared the "grass roots" of America opposed the program because it threatened to result in Supreme Court that would be "supreme in it's political guess work," 3/24/1937

Family of four to be returned to Oklahoma by the Relief Administration. "They won't go until they get so hungry that there's nothing else for them to do. They won't go--not twenty-five percent will go" said a transient case worker in Imperial County. This family was hungry. They lost a two-year-old baby as the result of exposure during the winter. Holtville, California

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Removal of barricade after completion of search, crowd rushing into the city

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Camp of First Irish Guards at foot of Ebal

Tarpaper shacks on outskirts of town are a result of overcrowded conditions in existing homes for steel workers. Midland, Pennsylvania

Tarpaper shacks on outskirts of town are a result of overcrowded conditions in existing homes for steel workers. Midland, Pennsylvania

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Irish Guard loading donkies [i.e., donkeys] with ammunition etc. to follow mountain paths [Nablus]

Tarpaper shacks on outskirts of town are a result of overcrowded conditions in existing homes for steel workers. Midland, Pennsylvania

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. H.M.S. Marine & army car patrol on Kings Way, Haifa

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. H.M.S. Repulse with Haifa in background

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. H.M.S. Repulse with Haifa in background

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. H.M.S. Incendiary in a Jewish Quarter in Haifa

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. H.M.S. Repulse taken from the docks, marine on guard below British flag

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Army controlling traffic near Citadel, July 8, 1938, looking through Jaffa Gate

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Sabotage. Steel telephone post broken down with wires out

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Military raid for arms on Jaffa Gate section, July 13, '38. Battery of armoured cars in Julian Way

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Military raid for arms on Jaffa Gate section, July 13, '38, showing army cars with machine guns

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Remains of a burnt Jewish passenger bus at Balad-Esh-Sheikh outside Haifa

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. H.M.S. Repulse with Haifa in background, silhouette effect against Mt. Carmel

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. H.M.S. Two marines with one British Police patrolling Nazareth Str[eet] in Ha[ifa]

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Search for arms from Jewish freights

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Search for arms from Jewish freights

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Army controlling traffic near Citadel, July 8, 1938, machine gun in place [Jerusalem]

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. Remains of a burnt Jewish bus, etc. close-up

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Military raid for arms on Jaffa Gate section, July 13, '38. Battery of armoured cars in Julian Way