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The set-too between Old Price and Spangle Jack the Shewman - fought with unabated vigour for nine rounds & yet undecided

Fort Rounds, looking South.

Fort Rounds, looking South.

Residence of L.T. Safford, U.S.N., Vestal, Broome Co., N.Y.; Res. of J.L. Rounds, Vestal TP, Broome Co., N.Y.

Lola Rounds, from the Actors and Actresses series (N45, Type 1) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes

Rounds, Beverly - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Sixteenth Infantry, Rh - S AND Roll Military Unit - Louisiana

Mayor Schmitz on his rounds of untiring labors to relieve his stricken city, San Francisco, Calif.

Tony Tomarila [or Tomasula?], 11 Fly St., 8 years old. This newsie had just gotten his afternoon papers, after school, and was starting out on his rounds. I found him later in a saloon, at 10 P.M. Has no badge. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Mrs. Murphy began her rounds in the pay-as-you-enter-society

Rounds 2&4 - Willard - Moran, 3/25/16

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - The Guard of Naval Cadets on rounds at the Yard. Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

American Red Cross - Vehicles - American Red Cross Officers riding through Vladivostok. American Red Cross officers are making their rounds through Vladivostok where the American and Allied troops are fighting the Bolshevik forces

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - The Naval Guard of the Cadet School on its rounds at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Carpet making hay rounds

Between rounds, no. 2

King Tut, the President's Belgian Police dog has taken up his duties at the White House and makes regular rounds to see that the guards are in their places

New White House sentry. "King Tut," President Hoover's big German police dog, now makes the rounds of the police sentry boxes in the White House grounds through the night. He is shown with W.S. Newton of the White House police

Finnigan buried with military rites. The photograph shows one of the sad scenes at the funeral of Aloysius Smith Neff Finnigan, buried with military honors at Fort Myer, Va. Finnegan, in case you don't know who he was, was mascot of the guardhouse at Fort Myer. He left a colonel's home six years ago to live with the unwilling guests of the guardhouse and every morning since then the little Aberdeen terrier rode the ash wagon as it made the rounds. Thus, it was fitting that the ash wagon served as his caisson. Reaching the grave, the regiment band played a funeral dirge, a fitting funeral oration was read, a squad fired three salutes, taps were sounded, and with the muffled roll of drums his friends marched back to the guardhouse. Even his canine friends were there to pay their silent tribute. One of them, Barnacle Billm is shown sitting atop the mound of dirt from the grave as the casket is being borne forward

MRS. ROOSEVELT GREETS SCREEN STAR. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 29. MAKING HER ROUNDS OF THE NUMEROUS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT GREETS JANET GAYNOR, PETITE MOVIE STAR WHO CAME FROM HOLLYWOOD TO ENTERTAIN THE MERRYMAKERS CELEBRATE THE PRESIDENT'S 56TH BIRTHDAY AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL

MRS. ROOSEVELT GREETS SCREEN STAR. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 29. MAKING HER ROUNDS OF THE NUMEROUS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT GREETS JANET GAYNOR, PETITE MOVIE STAR WHO CAME FROM HOLLYWOOD TO ENTERTAIN THE MERRYMAKERS CELEBRATE THE PRESIDENT'S 56TH BIRTHDAY AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL

FIRST LADY MINGLES WITH SCREEN STARS. WASHINGTON, D.C. MRS. ROOSEVELT MADE THE ROUNDS OF THE NUMEROUS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS TONIGHT IN THE COMPANY OF THE SCREEN STARS WHO CAME FROM HOLLYWOOD ESPECIALLY FOR THE OCCASION. HERE WE SEE, L TO R: KEN MURRAY, FREDERICK MARCH, MRS. ROOSEVELT, AND MRS. FREDERICK MARCH

Librarian of Congress rounds out 40 years on job. Washington, D.C., April 6 Dr. Herbert Putnam is this week celebrating his 40th Anniversary as Librarian of Congress. Now 77, Dr. Putnam in theory became Librarian Emeritus last July 1, but since President Roosevelt has not yet appointed his successor, he continues at his post. He is a native of New York City where he was born September 20, 1861. 4-6-39

Nurse making her rounds, late in the afternoon. Merrill, Klamath County, Oregon. Unit of FSA (Farm Security Administration) mobile camp

Librarian of Congress rounds out 40 years on job. Washington, D.C., April 6 Dr. Herbert Putnam is this week celebrating his 40th Anniversary as Librarian of Congress. Now 77, Dr. Putnam in theory became Librarian Emeritus last July 1, but since President Roosevelt has not yet appointed his successor, he continues at his post. He is a native of New York City where he was born September 20, 1861. 4-6-39

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. TO CLIMAX THE ROUNDS OF THE MANY BIRTHDAY BALLS AT VARIOUS HOTELS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUT A HUGE CAKE AT THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL. GLORIA JEAN, JUVENILE MOVIE STAR, IS SHOWN WITH THE FIRST LADY

Baling papers and cardboard boxes salvaged from the city dump. Dubuque, Iowa. These men live in shacks just on the edge of the dump. Their entire income is derived from what they can pick up in their daily rounds of the dump

Australian fighting forces in action at Papua. Infantrymen advance as an Australian-manned American tank blast Japanese pillboxes and clear trees of snipers. In one morning's fighting this tank's machine guns fired 10,000 rounds. The picture was taken during actual warfare

Spanish muskrat trapper and his son returning in the late afternoon after making the rounds of his traps in the marshes near his camp. Delacroix Island, Saint Bernard Parish, Louisiana

Spanish trappers returning in their home-built pirogues (canoes) in the evening after having made the rounds of their muskrat traps. In the marshes near Delacroix Island, Louisiana. See general caption no. 1

Spanish muskrat trapper going out at dawn to make the rounds of his traps. He usually returns to his camp in the marshes about three or four o'clock in the afternoon. Delacroix Island. Saint Bernard Parish, Louisiana

Shopping for victory with war bonds. There goes a 100 dollar war bond. A 100 dollar bond buys 2,000 rounds of steel-jacketed 30-caliber shells for this Naval gun. Two thousand rounds can be rattled off in a few seconds--and two thousand rounds can bring down plenty of Jap airplanes

As a test, three rounds of primers in empty shell cases are fired in each howitzer to check the breech mechanism. The firing is pictured. These seventy-five millimeter pack howitzers are being manufactured at the Erie, Pennsylvania, General Electric plant, largely on machinery formerly used for making streetcar motors

Nurse looks at cut on baby's arm at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) migratory labor camp mobile unit. Wilder, Idaho. The nurse not only is in attendance at the trailer clinic, but makes her regular rounds of calls to the tents

Manpower, junior size. "Neither rain nor snow...nor gloom of night...stays these couriers from the completion of their appointed rounds." Junior commandos of Roanoke, Virginia, these two young girls are making their weekly rounds of all available scrap in their neighborhood, despite unfavorable weather

Nurse training. Given an hour's rest between rounds, Susan Petty, student nurse, is visited by her fellow nurses in her small but comfortable room in the School of Nursing resident hall. The girls, who are off duty for a longer period, have changed from their uniforms to house coats

Manpower, junior size. "Neither rain nor snow...nor gloom of night...stays this courier from the completion of his appointed rounds." A junior commando of Roanoke, Virginia, this boy scout makes the weekly rounds of all available scrap in the neighborhood, despite unfavorable weather

Production. Ventura bombers. The "Pony Express" driver in a large Western aircraft plant rounds the corner of "Bataan Boulevard," one of the assembly lines on which many fighting and bombing planes are being built. His work is to distribute parts for Ventura bombers and other mighty ships of our new air armada. Vega Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, California

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Helen Joyce, one of the many women now working for the Supplee-Wills-Jones Milk Company. She is making her rounds collecting bills

Freight train operations on the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad between Chicago and Clinton, Iowa. The train rounds a long curve on its way back from Clinton

Turkey Pond, near Concord, New Hampshire. A U.S. Department of Agriculture timber salvage sawmill. A group of pondmen go the rounds of the government mills rounding up logs that have strayed over the pond

Chicago, Illinois. Special agent making his rounds at night at the South Water Street freight terminal of the Illinois Central Railroad

Photograph of Soldiers Observing Artillery Rounds Hitting Their Objective

During the annual Rifle Squad Competition at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command, a Marine reloads his M-16 rifle by using a magazine charge and 10 rounds

Crewmen on board the guided missile destroyer USS DEWEY (DDG-45) load rounds in preparation for the firing of a 21-gun salute during exercise Unitas XX

An officer and crewman on board the guided missile destroyer USS DEWEY (DDG-45) sort through rounds in preparation for a 21-gun salute during exercise Unitas XX

Curing baby Swiss cheese rounds at the Alp and Dell factory, Monroe, Wisconsin

A tourist barge rounds the bend of the San Antonio River in San Antonio's River Walk, the leading tourist attraction in Texas

Security policeman SSGT Leo Miller feeds rounds into an M-2 .50-caliber machine gun during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

A security policeman fires an M-2 .50-caliber machine gun as his teammate feeds the gun with rounds during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

Security policemen take turns dropping rounds into an M-29 81mm mortar during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

Security policemen take turns dropping rounds into an M-29 81mm mortar during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

Security policemen take turns dropping rounds into an M-29 81mm mortar during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

Security policeman SGT Robert Pendygraft fire an M-2 .50-caliber machine gun as SRA Calvin Hill feeds rounds into the gun during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

A security policeman fire an M-2 .50-caliber machine gun as his teammate feeds rounds into the gun during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

Security policemen set charges on and stack illumination mortar rounds during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

Security policemen set charges on mortar rounds during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

Security policeman set charges on and stack illumination mortar rounds during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range

SRA Samuel D. McKenzie uses an optical compensator to make a precision measurement of ballistic rounds in the high explosive research and development branch

A security policeman fires blank rounds from an M-60 machine gun as an aircraft ground serviceman feeds ammunition into the weapon. Under an augmentee program, different air base units receive air base ground defense training from security police

SGT Anderson and Loading Crew Supervisor, SSGT Ron Lowery, left to right, use a quick loader to load 20mm rounds into an F-4 Phantom II aircraft nose gun

SSGT Ron Lowery checks a quick loader of 20mm rounds to ensure proper clipping. SSGT Lowery is a loading crew supervisor preparing to load the rounds into an F-4 Phantom II aircraft nose gun

World-class trapshooter MSGT Terry Howard reloads his shotgun before firing rounds at clay pigeon targets during the 1981 National Sports Festival

During Operation CAX-1-2-82, LCPL Jones of Hotel Company, 1ST Battalion, 10th Marines, prepares the rounds (ammunition) for his 105mm howitzer team

Fire control technicians G (Gun Fire Control) aboard the guided missile cruiser USS JOUETT (CG-29) unload dummy 20mm rounds and load the special Phalanx ammunition into the weapons system. The 3,000 rounds-per-minute Mark 15 (3X1) is expected to be installed on 64 U.S. Navy ships

Members of a US Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit prepare a length of cable that will be used to detonate several mortar rounds during an ordnance disposal training exercise

A member of a US Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit places mortar rounds between two large rocks prior to detonating them during an ordnance disposal exercise

A member of a US Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit prepares to detonate several mortar rounds during a ordnance disposal exercise

A member of a US Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit attaches a cable to a device that will be used to detonate several mortar rounds during an ordnace disposal exercise

Several mortar rounds, with an explosive charge placed between them, are ready to be detonated by members of a US Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit during a training exercise

U.S. Marines fire rounds from an M-60 machine gun and an M-16 rifle during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines fire rounds from an M-60 machine gun during exercise Team Spirit '82

Marines fire rounds from an M-60 machine gun during exercise Team Spirit '82

An M-60 machine gun crew from the 3rd Bn., 327th Inf., 101st Abn. Div., fires blank rounds from a foxhole while participating in a mock battle during the combined U.S./Canadian NATO Exercise Rendezvous '83

Members of Co. C, 229th Attack Helicopter Bn., 101st Abn. Div., load 20mm cannon rounds into the ammunition box of an AH-1S Cobra helicopter. The men are participating in training Exercise Attack Eagle

2LT Picklesimer of the United States Army and 1LT Jama of Somali watch mortar rounds landing on the range during multi-national range training at the Dahlonega Ranger Camp

Aerial flares illuminate the range as Marines fire a volley of tracer rounds during a "Mad Moment" at the Basic School

Small arms ammunition, mortar rounds, and other military equipment seized during the multiservice, multinational Operation URGENT FURY

Artillery rounds explode in the impact area at Nightmare Range during a live-fire exercise for Operation BEAR HUNT '84

Members of the 2nd Honduran Artillery Battalion fire rounds of ammunition from a 155 mm howitzer, after their graduation from a combat training course conducted by the 319th Field Artillery during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

Members of the 2nd Honduran Artillery Battalion fire rounds of ammunition from a 155 mm howitzer, after their graduation from a combat training course conducted by the 319th Field Artillery during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

Fireman (FN) Jack Kilgore, left and reserve Hull Technician Fireman (HTFN) Christopher Kellar check meters in one of the firefighing stations of the battleship USS NEW JERSEY (BB 62) during security rounds. HTFN Kellar is serving aboard the NEW JERSEY for a period of active duty training (ACDUTRA)

Tracer rounds light up the sky as a nighttime live-fire exercise takes place during the joint US/South Korean Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. Members of the 8th Security Police Squadron Air Base Ground Defense Team man an armored personnel carrier in the foregr

Personnel assigned to the 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, load 20mm rounds into an M61A1 20mm multibarrel cannon mounted in the fuselage of an F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft. They are participating in the June Air Defense exercise

Personnel assigned to the 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, load 20 mm rounds into an M61A1 20 mm multibarrel cannon mounted in the fuselage of an F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft. They are participating in the June Air Defense Exercise

Marine Corps Sergeant Greg Gibson is checked by medical personnel between rounds during a Greco-Roman wrestling match at the 1984 Summer Olympics

A member of the 16th Special Operations Squadron loads a 20 mm rounds onto an AC-130H Hercules aircraft during Exercise BRIM FROST '85

A member of the 16th Special Operations Squadron loads 40 mm rounds into a rack aboard an AC-130H Hercules aircraft during Exercise BRIM FROST '85

Artillery rounds explode on a firing range as part of a combined arms live fire demonstration during the multinational joint service Exercise BRIGHT STAR '85

Artillery rounds explode on a firing range as part of a combined arms live fire demonstration during the multinational joint service Exercise BRIGHT STAR '85

US Air Force personnel in chemical-biological warfare gear load 20 mm rounds into an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft during Exercise TEAM SPIRIT'86

A soldier loads rounds in a Hoffman detonator training device in preparation for an exercise at the U.S. Army Armor Center

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

Flares and tracer rounds illuminate the night sky during a combined arms live fire Exercise (CALFEX)

Rounds from the 30 mm cannon of an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft impact on a hillside during a combined arms live fire Exercise (CALFEX)

Polished and prepared artillery rounds await use by members of Battery D, 3rd Battalion, 14th Artillery, during a combined arms exercise

The 44-gun sail frigate USS CONSTITUTION fires two 24-pound long guns (fitted for 40 mm rounds) in a 21-gun salute to the nation off Castle Island Park. After the salute the ship will be returned to its berth facing the opposite way to help it weather evenly and preserve the wood

The 44-gun sail frigate USS CONSTITUTION fires two 24-pound long guns (fitted for 40 mm rounds) in a 21-gun salute to the nation off Castle Island Park. After the salute the ship will be returned to its berth facing the opposite way to help it weather evenly and preserve the wood

The 44-gun sail frigate USS CONSTITUTION fires two 24-pound long guns (fitted for 40 mm rounds) in a 21-gun salute to the nation off Castle Island Park. After the salute the ship will be returned to its berth facing the opposite way to help it weather evenly and preserve the wood

The 44-gun sail frigate USS CONSTITUTION fires two 24-pound long guns (fitted for 40 mm rounds) in a 21-gun salute to the nation off Castle Island Park. After the salute the ship will be returned to its berth facing the opposite way to help it weather evenly and preserve the wood

The 44-gun sail frigate USS CONSTITUTION fires two 24-pound long guns (fitted for 40mm rounds) in a 21-gun salute to the nation off Castle Island Park. After the salute the ship will be returned to its berth facing the opposite way to help it weather evenly and preserve the wood