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Dessert maccaron sweet goods.

Tee mint frisch, food drink.

Cocoa dessert chocolate, food drink.

Geo. H. Monroe, Portrait and Landscape Photographer, No. 16 Main Street, Le Roy, N.Y. , A specialty made of Photographing Residences, Farm - Buildings, Stock, Machinery, etc. Stereoscopic views of Niagara Falls, Portage Bridge, Le Roy, Rochester and Vicinity, etc. Wholesale and Retail. ; Nursery, Res. of Geo. Douglass, Stafford. ; Res. of A. Hart Norris, Stafford, Genesee Co., N.Y.

East Pembroke. [Village]; D. H. Gorham, Architect and Builder, East Pembroke, N.Y. Plans, Specifications, and Estimates for Dwellings and Churches furnished on application. Churches a Specialty. ; Corfu. [Village]

Hopkins' Transoceanic Star Specialty Co.

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - France - Making the "front parcels" of surgical dressings is the specialty of the A.R.C. workrooms, Rue St. Didier, Paris, France

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - France - Labeling the "Front Parcels." This parcel is a specialty of the A.R.C., workrooms for making surgical dressings. Rue St. Didier, Paris, France

Industrial exposition, 1926, Columbia Specialty Paper Box Co.

FIRST LADY VISITS GOODWILL INDUSTRIES. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 20. MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, AN HONORARY MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, VISITED THE WASHINGTON AGENCY TODAY AND TALKED WITH THE AGED AND HANDICAPPED MEN AND WOMEN. SHE IS SHOWN WITH STANLEY WATERS, A CRIPPLED YOUNGSTER, WHOSE SPECIALTY IS THE REPAIRING OF RADIOS AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

Specialty number of orchestra at the National Rice Festival. Crowley, Louisiana

Woman living on the Casa Grande Valley Farms in Pinal County, Arizona, pPicking strawberries. Members of this cooperative project have both cooperative gardens and small individual plots for raising specialty crops for home consumption

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

Shop front. Note dress on door which is "Provincetown dress," local specialty much favored by tourists, almost never worn by Provincetowners. Provincetown, Massachusetts

Little Billy Hill, backstage, does not believe in signs, as he rehearses just before going on to do his bit. His specialty lies in folk tunes from Arkansas

Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). Manpower for defense is the specialty of the worker with the sledge hammer, about to pound a ship's plate. The sledge hammer is still an important tool in the production of Uncle Sam's new battle fleet

Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). Power for defense is the specialty of this worker in the plate shaping shop. The sledgehammer is still an important tool in the building of ships for Uncle Sam's giant new fleet

Miss Minnie Coleman (left), clerk, and Miss Selma Barbour (right), manager of the Cecilian Specialty Hat Shop. 454 East 47th Street, Chicago, Illinois

Machine for making torpedoes. Complicated operation of a turret lathe is this man's specialty. Location: a large eastern Navy arsenal

Miss Minnie Coleman (left), clerk, and Miss Selma Barbour (right), manager of the Cecilian Specialty Hat Shop, 454 East 47th Street, Chicago, Illinois

Miss Selma Barbour, manager of the Cecilian Specialty Hat Shop, 454 East 47th Street. Miss Barbour has been managing this store for one year, and has been in business for four years. She was born in New Orleans, and has eight brothers, seven of whom are eligible for the Army. Chicago, Illinois

General Electric, Electronic Park, Syracuse, New York. Specialty building

New Orleans writer and television personality Ronnie Virgets is served the house specialty, ice-cold oysters on the half shell, by Alma Griffin at Casamento's Seafood Restaurant in Uptown New Orleans, Louisiana

SGT. MAJ. of the Army William A. Connelly quizzes tank operators from the 70th Armored Division on their military occupational specialty during his visit to V Corps

SGM of the Army William A. Connelly quizzes tank operators from the 70th Armored Division on their military occupational specialty during his visit to V Corps

SGT. Bunda Pierce, instructor, and PVT. Debbie Berens discuss the layout of the M-16 rifle during the Military Occupation Specialty (MOS) 764 course at the Quartermaster School

A Marine reads a meteorological device as he trains in the meteorology military occupational specialty (MOS)

Bert Reales sharpening a cutting tool prior to using it in his lathe. In larger shops tool cutters were a separate specialty, but at Watson, machinists cut their own tools.

Bert Reales sharpening a cutting tool prior to using it in his lathe. In larger shops tool cutters were a separate specialty, but at Watson, machinists cut their own tools.

Bert Reales sharpening a cutting tool prior to using it in his lathe. In larger shops tool cutters were a separate specialty, but at Watson, machinists cut their own tools.

SPC Ryan Fales, a petroleum specialist, sleeps off a hard days work in his tent at Camp Hialeah in Pusan, Republic of Korea. Fales is attached to the 3rd Brigade 2nd Infantry Division from Fort Lewis, Washington. While in Korea, Fales will be working outside his military occupational specialty as a heavy wheeled vehicle operator in support of exercise Foal Eagle '98

First Lieutenant Richard Tuggle, Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 31S [ Satellite Communications Systems Operator-Maintainer], 235th Signal (Sig) Company 63rd Sig Bn, 93rd Sig Bde, supervises members of satellite team hooking up an OE-361 (20 ft) Quick Reaction Satellite Antenna (QRSA)

A student from the 8th Battalion, 84th Regiment, 4th Brigade, 84th Division, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, acts as guide for a High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) and a 5 ton truck, to become qualified for 88M Ocupational Specialty

US Army students from 8th Battalion, 84th Regiment, 4th Brigade, 84th Division, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, institutional training practice recovery of a High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) to become qualified for 88M Military Occupation Specialty

Private (PVT) Stacey Burke, Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 35D, B Co, 73rd Ord Bn, performs troubleshooting on AN/TPN-18A satellite antenna located at Brant Hall, Fort Gordon, while PVT Lipscomb (background) looks over her schematics. MOS 35D is Air Traffic Control Systems repairer

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal (LCPL), Shamari R. Bethancourt, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, attaches the lanyard before plugging the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Corporal (CPL), Aldo R. Avegnorivera, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, receives Fire Direction Commands to relay to Marines manning the M198 155mm Howitzer, at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, are served morning chow in the field, at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, make ready to ram a High Explosive M107 Round into the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer. Marines at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan, are part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, make ready to ram a High Explosive M107 Round into the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the units nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Sergeant (SGT), Lawrence C. Salcido, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, verifies the lay with a M1A1 GUNNER's Quadrant, in preparation to fire the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the units nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, ram a High Explosive M107 Round into the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the units nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Lance Corporal (LCPL), Joseph T. Flamand, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, digs a fox hole for his tripod mounted M-240G Automatic Machine Gun. He provides a defensive position for the M-198 155mm Howitzer at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the units nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

Mount Fuji, Japan provides a scenic background for Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. The training area of a nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, await the firing order on the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer. Marines at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan, are part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot (g), designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, fire the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer. Marines at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan, are part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

Tall grass and camouflage netting make excellent concealment as US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division fire the M198 155mm Towed Howitzer at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal (LCPL), Shamari R. Bethancourt, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, attaches the lanyard before plugging the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal (LCPL), Enrique J. Cruz, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, looks through the M137 Panoramic Telescope while manning the M198 155mm Howitzer, at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

A close up view of US Marine Corps Lance Corporal (LCPL), Enrique J. Cruz, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, as he looks through the M137 Panoramic Telescope while manning the M198 155mm Howitzer, at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, attend morning mass at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, set up camouflage netting over their M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. The training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

Members of the Japanese media photograph the M107 155mm High Explosive Projectiles, as US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, get ready to fire the M198 155mm Medium Towed Howitzer at Gun Position 10, East Camp Fuji, Japan. The training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Captain (CPT), Lacy S. Scott, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, answers questions posed by members of the Japanese media, about his unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel (LTC), John H. O'Hey, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, with the aid of an interpreter, answers questions posed by members of the Japanese government about his unit's mission. The nine firing day relocation shoot is designed to military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel (LTC), John H. O'Hey, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, answers questions posed by members of the Japanese government about his unit's mission. The nine firing day relocation shoot is designed to military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Navy Lieutenant (LT), Steven B. Zurek, assigned to 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, rakes leaves, as part of a community relations effort at an orphanage near, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the units nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

A close up of US Marine Corps Lance Corporal (LCPL), Travis Bach, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, as he cleans his 240G 7.62mm machine gun, located at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the units nine firing day relocation shoot designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal (LCPL), Charles Greer (right) and Private First Class (PFC), Aaron Colling, from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, man their 240G 7.62mm Machine Gun located at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. Training Area during the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

A US Marine from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, is given assistance with his Mission- Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines of 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, perform Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear drill at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, use the buddy system during Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear training, at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, participate in Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear training, at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, march out the birthday cake, during the Marine Corps 225th Birthday Cake Cutting Ceremony at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

A well camouflaged bunker position at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. Part of 3D Marine Division unit's, nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines Corps STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Summer O. Fields, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, serves cake to his Marines during the Marine Corps 225th Birthday Cake Cutting Ceremony at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines Corps Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) John H. O'Hey 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, speaks to his Marines following a Marine Corps 225TH Birthday Cake Cutting Ceremony at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Corporal (CPL), Charles Kell, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, lays inside his bunker position aiming the tripod mounted M240G Machine Gun. Part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field, at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan

US Marines Corps First Sergeant (1SGT) Michael B. Gray, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, cuts pieces of birthday cake for waiting marines during the Marine Corps 225th Birthday, cake cutting ceremony at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, retire the colors from the Marine Corps Birthday Cake Cutting Ceremony at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

A view from outside the bunker, at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan, as US Marine Corps Corporal (CPL), Charles Kell, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, aims his tripod mounted M240G Machine Gun. Part of the unit's nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

US Marine Corps Captain (CPT), Lacy S. Scott passes the first piece of cake to First Sergeant (1SGT)Michael B Gray, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3D Marine Division, during the Marine Corps 225TH Birthday Ceremony, at Gun Position 99, East Camp Fuji, Japan. This training area is part of the units nine firing day relocation shoot, designed to enhance military occupational specialty proficiency within the artillery field

Navy Career Counseler 1ST Class Ebony Henry discusses the benefits of striking (entering a new job specialty) to Aviation Boatswain's Mate Fuels AIRMAN Donald Woolridge during Exercise KERNEL BLITZ 2001. KERNEL BLITZ is a large-scale amphibious landing exercise taking place in the vicinity of Camp Pendleton, Calif. Approximately 25 ships, 75 aircraft and 15,000 Sailor, Marines, solders, airman and Coast Guardsmen representing four nations are participating in the exercise

Public Affairs students from several different bases take advantage of a rain delay during Phoenix Readiness. More than 270 students from 21 different Air Force Specialty Codes attend the nearly two week course designed to bring all the deployed forces together as an integrated team in a realistic and challenging combat experience

Practicing his specialty, "Rico", A360, Explosive Detector Dog, 568th Security Forces Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, sniffs mail from a delivery truck brought to the Northside Post Office

An illustration shot of 137th Airlift Squadron Flight Engineer SENIOR AIRMAN Joe Masztalics practices his craft in the 105th Airlift Wing's new C-5A simulator at Stewart Field, Newburgh, New York. PHOTO will be used in Wing publication to spotlight AFSC's (Air Force Specialty Code)

US Army (USA) Private (PVT) Geofrey Kop from Bravo Company, 369th Signal Battalion, a student at the 31C Military Occupational Specialty Course, disassembles an AB155 antenna

This is the entrance to a WomenΘs and ChildrenΘs Hospital that is the only specialty facility that treats women and children from Ar Ramadi and Fallujah, Al Anbar Province, Iraq

Prior U.S. Air Force Airmen and U.S. Navy Sailors stand in formation with their weapons while participating in the Warrior Transition Course (WTC) at Fort Knox, Ky., on Oct. 27, 2004. The WTC, also known as the Blue to Green program, is a four-week course that turns prior Airmen and Sailors into U.S. Army Soldiers by teaching them Army rank structure, customs and courtesies, and combat skills. Under this program the prior servicemembers can maintain their former job specialty and rank. (USAF photo by STAFF SGT. Derrick C. Goode) (Released)

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN (AMN) Morgan Clyde, 377th Security Forces Squadron (SFS), fires an FNMI 7.62 mm M240B machine gun during an attack on the "Camp Renegade." For more than 80 straight hours 132 Airmen from the 377th Air Base Wing (ABW), 58th Special Operations Wing (SOW), Air Force Office of Special Investigation (AFOSI) and Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), performed both their specialty and general war-fighting skills in the austere environment of "Camp Renegade" at Kirtland Air Force Base (AFB), New Mexico (NM)

SPC. Robert Faulk, A Battery 1ST Battalion 188th Air Defense Artillery, operates a remote control unit for the Avenger during the Military Occupation Specialty Qualification (MOSQ) course at Camp Gilbert C. Grafton Training Center. 1-188th ADA is a North Dakota National Guard unit based in Grand Forks, N.D. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. Jonathan Haugen) (Released)

A US Navy (USN) Landing Craft, Utility (LCU) 1631, assigned to Assault Craft Unit One (ACU 1), prepares to pull into the well deck of the Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS ESSEX (LHD 2) at Sasebo Harbor, Japan (JPN). Over looking the LCU is the ESSEXs MK 15 Phalanx Close-In weapons System (CWIS). The ESSEX is currently participating in Amphibious Specialty Training (AST), certifying the well deck for operations

US Navy (USN) Landing Craft, Utility (LCU) 1631, assigned to Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU-1), Naval Amphibious Base (NAB) Coronado, California (CA), prepares to pull into the well deck of the USN Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS ESSEX (LHD 2) at Sasebo Harbor, Japan (JPN). The ESSEX is currently participating in Amphibious Specialty Training (AST), certifying the well deck for operations

A US Navy (USN) Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC), Assault Craft Unit Five (ACU-5), Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton, California (CA), makes its approach into the well deck aboard the Amphibious Dock Landing Ship USS HARPERS FERRY (LSD 49) on the East China Sea. The HARPERS FERRY is currently participating in Amphibious Specialty Training (AST), certifying the well deck for operations

U.S. Army 1ST LT. Kalen M. Smith, Officer in Charge (OIC), Print and Photojournalist Team, 302nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, gives a mock press conference on March 15, 2007, during military occupational specialty (MOS) specific training at Fort Dix, N.J. (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Tony M. Linback) (Released)

Emergency Planning and Security - Anniston, Ala. , October 9, 2009 -- First Responders collect evidence from a potential hazardous crime scene, during a training exercise at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP). During CDP training emergency response personnel, regardless of specialty, learn the importance of preserving crime scenes when responding to All-Hazards, Mass-casualty events. Shannon Arledge/FEMA

Chard bacon cheese.

Apfelkuechle apple fritters sweet dish.

Wiesnbreze breze pretzel.

Cup coffee girl, people.

Breze pretzels child, people.

Cup coffee foam, food drink.

Dessert baklava puff pastry.

Knauzen bread salt.

Chocolates chocolate confiserie, food drink.

Chopsticks chinese eat, food drink.

Kaiserschmarrn eat dessert, food drink.

Apfelkuechle apple fritters sweet dish.

Rose soap collection.

Wiesnbreze breze pretzel.