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[Library, Theodore Newton Law Residence]

[Master's Sitting Room, Theodore Newton Law Residence]

[Desk, Theodore Newton Law Residence]

[Dining Room, Theodore Newton Law Residence]

[Master Bedroom, Theodore Newton Law Residence]

Text with map filling blank spaces, small drawings of cities, including skyline of Cairo in lower right corner.

Opening of legendary with rubrics; spaces reserved for initials.

Giants crushed by rocks and the falling columns of the temple, clouds of smoke above, Poseidon in his chariot to left in the background, two spaces at left for doorways, from 'Giove che fulmina li giganti', after the frescoes on the ceiling of the Sala dei Giganti designed by Giulio Romano for the Palazzo del Te, Mantua

1869 from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

North London from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

residence of diarist John Evelyn from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Cheyne Walk from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Blackheath from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Hatcham House from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Southwark Park from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

1868 from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Sir John Soane's Museum from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

1870 from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

College of Surgeons from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Stoke Newington from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Court Lane from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

White House Inn from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

William Hogarth from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

North London from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Red Lion Square from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

entrance from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Streatham Common from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

bank holiday from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Croyden Canal from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Streatham from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

bathing from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

viaduct from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

cycling from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Hornsey Wood House from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

1738 from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Islington from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Cheyne Walk from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

drinking fountain from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Inigo Jones (architect) from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Dulwich park from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Peckham Rye Park from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Clapham Common from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

George Tinworth's terracotta fountain, 'The Fountain of Life' from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

1799 from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Finsbury Park from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Blackheath from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

cascade from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

sheep from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Tooting Common from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

locks from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

London from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Victoria Park from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Mill Fields from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Cleopatra's Needle from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

avenue from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Battersea Park from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

deer pen from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

French Hospice from "The Municipal Parks Gardens, and Open Spaces of London: their history and associations ... Illustrated, etc"

Out in the Great Open Spaces

Recreational structures. Boat harbor at Norris, with parking spaces in foreground. Harbor was obtained practically without added expense by application of design to the quarrying operations which furnished the concrete aggregate for the dam. This view, which shows only a portion of the parking space, indicates the tremendous popularity enjoyed by TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) resorts, all the parking spaces being jammed full on summer holidays

Recreational structures. Boat harbor at Norris, with parking spaces in foreground. Harbor was obtained practically without added expense by application of design to the quarrying operations which furnished the concrete aggregate for the dam. This view, which shows only a portion of the parking space, indicates the tremendous popularity enjoyed by TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) resorts, all the parking spaces being jammed full on summer holidays

A red clay Negro cemetery. No attempts to lay out crops. The graves in rows with narrow spaces between. This cemetery was a solid space of red clay washed by the rains. Even the gravestones are colored red by the red clay beaten against them by rain. On such markers as are cut there was misspelling as "bon" for "born," "die such and such a time twenty one ears." Bethel Hill High School, Person County, North Carolina

Linmore Street housing, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Garden spaces and rear, with figures

Linmore Street housing, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Garden spaces and rear

A red clay Negro cemetery. No attempts to lay out crops. The graves in rows with narrow spaces between. This cemetery was a solid space of red clay washed by the rains. Even the gravestones are colored red by the red clay beaten against them by rain. On such markers as are cut there was misspelling as "bon" for "born," "die such and such a time twenty one ears." Bethel Hill High School, Person County, North Carolina

A red clay Negro cemetery. No attempts to lay out crops. The graves are in rows with narrow spaces between. This cemetery was a solid expanse of red clay washed by the rains. Even the gravestones are colored by the red clay beaten against them by rain On such markers as are cut there was misspelling such as "bon" for "born" and "die such and such atime, twenty one ears." Bethel Hill High School, Person County, North Carolina

All available shacks, storage spaces, garages, etc., have been converted into living quarters. Radford, Virginia

Substitute materials containers. New army "blitz" can. A five-gallon metal container for water, oil, or gasoline, constructed with air spaces to prevent sinking

Production. Willow Run bomber plant. Advanced assembly includes riveting and drilling the nose of the bomber made in the giant Willow Run plant. Open spaces will be fitted with a form of Plexiglas to give the bombardier a complete wide-angle view. Ford plant, Willow Run

Production. Willow Run bomber plant. Advanced assembly includes riveting and drilling the nose of the bomber made in the giant Willow Run plant. Open spaces will be fitted with a form of Plexiglas to give the bombardier a complete wide-angle view. Ford plant, Willow Run

Production. B-17F heavy bombers. Assembly work on a B-17F heavy bomber is speeded by unobstructed working areas and adequate parts storage spaces at the Long Beach, California, plant of Douglas Aircraft Company. Better known as the "Flying Fortress," the B-17F is a later model of the B-17, which distinguished itself in action in the South Pacific, over Germany and elsewhere. It is a long range, high altitude, heavy bomber with a crew of seven to nine men and with armament sufficient to defend itself on daylight missions

Production. Shell loading. Nonchalantly loading a two-ton "block buster" at a large Midwest plant. Every precaution is taken, but a certain stoicism is required for this job. The workmen fill each end of the bomb with TNT, delivered "hot," and the remaining spaces with amatol, a mixture of fifty percent ammonium hydrate and fifty percent TNT. Ravenna ordnance plant

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Open spaces III

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Open spaces II

James Creek Housing Development, Washington, D.C. Rear spaces

Highland Dwellings, Washington, D.C. Porch and view into rear spaces

Parkside Housing Development, Washington, D.C. Rear spaces, close up II

Parkside Housing Development, Washington, D.C. Rear spaces I

Highland Dwellings, Washington, D.C. Rear spaces I

Highland Dwellings, Washington, D.C. Rear spaces II

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Open spaces I

James Creek Housing Development, Washington, D.C. Front and rear spaces

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Open spaces IV

Moving bubble chamber. 72-inch bubble chamber's "walk" from Building 59 to its new temporary site against the Bevatron's west wall. Paul Hernandez of mechanical engineering conceived the ingenious idea of devising a hydraulic walking method. With this system the bubble-chamber magnet could make right angle turns and maneuver into very tight spaces, thus eliminating the need for an outside rigging contractor. Photograph taken July 5, 1961. Bubble Chamber-1018

Moving bubble chamber. 72-inch bubble chamber's "walk" from Building 59 to its new temporary site against the Bevatron's west wall. Paul Hernandez of mechanical engineering conceived the ingenious idea of devising a hydraulic walking method. With this system the bubble-chamber magnet could make right angle turns and maneuver into very tight spaces, thus eliminating the need for an outside rigging contractor. Photograph taken July 5, 1961. Bubble Chamber-1022

Moving bubble chamber. 72-inch bubble chamber's "walk" from Building 59 to its new temporary site against the Bevatron's west wall. Paul Hernandez of mechanical engineering conceived the ingenious idea of devising a hydraulic walking method. With this system the bubble-chamber magnet could make right angle turns and maneuver into very tight spaces, thus eliminating the need for an outside rigging contractor. Photograph taken July 5, 1961. Bubble Chamber-1027

Moving bubble chamber. 72-inch bubble chamber's "walk" from Building 59 to its new temporary site against the Bevatron's west wall. Paul Hernandez of mechanical engineering conceived the ingenious idea of devising a hydraulic walking method. With this system the bubble-chamber magnet could make right angle turns and maneuver into very tight spaces, thus eliminating the need for an outside rigging contractor. Photograph taken July 5, 1961. Bubble Chamber-1025

Sidewalk superintendents were out in full force to oversee Berkeley's 72-inch bubble chamber's "walk" from Building 59 to its new temporary site against the Bevatron's west wall. The move took place on July 5, 1961. Paul Hernandez of mechanical engineering conceived the ingenious idea of devising a hydraulic walking method. With this system the bubble-chamber magnet could make right angle turns and maneuver into very tight spaces, thus eliminating the need for an outside rigging contractor. Bubble Chamber-1030

[Desk, Theodore Newton Law Residence]

Nelson Cruikshank with visitors; Sonics basketball player with wife and friend; DeJong Franklin in his office spaces

An interior view of combat information center, radar and IFF spaces on the guided missile frigate DUNCAN (FFG 10) at 90 percent completion

A U.S. Navy explosive ordnance team, Detachment 21, attempts to gain access to the berthing spaces aboard the capsized of the Philippine destroyer DATU KALANTIAW (ex-USS BOOTH DE-170)

A U.S. Navy explosive ordnance team, Detachment 21, attempts to gain access to the berthing spaces aboard the capsized of the Philippine destroyer DATU KALANTIAW (ex-USS BOOTH DE-170)

Machinist's Mate 2nd Class (MM2) Joseph Leone works on equipment in the engineering spaces aboard the submarine tender USS SIMON LAKE (AS-33). SIMON LAKE provides refit, repair and supply functions for the nuclear-powered fleet ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs) of Submarine Squadron 16

Hull Maintenance Technician Fireman (HTFN) E. Damm sands lockers during the renovation of berthing spaces aboard the amphibious assault ship USS TARAWA (LHA 1). The photo was taken on the anniversary of the attack of Pearl Harbor

Secretary of the Navy John Lehman is given a tour of the hangar spaces at the facility. Captain Brooks, Naval Air Facility commanding officer, stands to the right of Mr. Lehman

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. A crewman and his wife read through paperwork in the berthing spaces aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63). The carrier is being used to transport motor vehicles to San Diego, California

Aviation ordnancemen use an overhead hoist to move a 500-pound bomb in the weapons spaces aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69)

An aviation ordnancemen places 20 mm machine gun ammunition in load tray of a linkless ammunition loading system (LALS) in the weapons spaces aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69)

Aviation ordnancemen load 20 mm machine gun ammunition into a linkless ammunition loading system (LALS) transporter in the weapons spaces aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69)