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Asiento present hordenat a payon les responsions dels pezos e mezures : delahun boch al altre de tots los presents bochs nnomenats los quals son cap e regiment de la mercadoria hordenat : [Mediterraneo e Europa] /

Roman arms, standards, and trophies, a composition divided into two horizontal bands

Recapture of French Standards at Innsbruck

[Fifteen military standards related to the American Civil War]

[Military standards of the cavalry during the American Civil War]

Wash sink on standards, with corner section. Plate 1128-G. Wash sink on brackets with back, 'Simplex' waste. Plate 483-G.

Cast iron sectional wash sink on standards. Plate 1126-G. Double cast iron sectional wash sink on standards. Plate 1127-G.

[Swords and scabbards, banners and standards]

Design for Church Lights or Standards

Designs for Church Wall Standards

Designs for Nave Standards, St. Jude's Southsea

[Imperial porcelain wash tubs with Patent Galvenized Iron Standards and Ash tops. Plate 178-D.]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Iron Silver Mining Co., 128 U.S. 673 (1888)

[Two firemen holding the standards of their companies]

map from "Object Lessons in Geography for Standards I. II. & III"

map from "Object Lessons in Geography for Standards I. II. & III"

map from "Object Lessons in Geography for Standards I. II. & III"

map from "Object Lessons in Geography for Standards I. II. & III"

map from "Object Lessons in Geography for Standards I. II. & III"

Laying of cornerstone of new Physical Laboratory, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C.

Wrought iron railing and standards. [Plate 332-N].

Wrought iron railing and standards. [Plate 333-N].

Wrought iron gates and railing with standards, arch and lamp. [Plate 308-N].

wrought iron pedestrian gate, with railing, standards and braces; with electric globes. [Plate 311-N].

Cast iron railing. [Plate 372-N] ; Cast iron panels and standards, with wrought iron framing. [Plate 373-N].

Wrought iron pedestrian gate, with side panels, railing and standards. [Plate 310-N].

Cast iron panels and standards, with wrought iron framing. [Plates 370-N and 371-N].

Wrought iron railing and standards. [Plate 340-N]. ; Wrought iron railing and posts. [Plate 341-N].

Brent Daniel, formerly of the Radio Laboratory of the Bureau of Standards at Washington, with the first portable Super-Heterodyne, his own design. The seven vacuum tubes, batteries, loop antenna, loud speaker, and other necessary units are completely self-contained in the carrying case. He has been able to hear Pacific Coast stations from this outfit

Versatile Bureau of Standards has designed a new and improved measuring board for the U.S. Children's Bureau

Bureau of Standards, Instrument shop

[Paper manufacturing machine of the Pusey & Jones Company, at the Bureau of Standards]

Bureau of Standards

Bureau of Standards, testing C.P. of [...] rights

Bureau of Standards

Bureau of Standards

Bureau of Standards

Bureau of Standards, steel testing machine. 2,300,000 [...] capacity

Bureau of Standards

Bureau of Standards. Auditorium

Bureau of Standards

Bureau of Standards

Tire testing, Bu. of Standards

U.S. Reports: Ex Parte Park Sq. Automobile Station, 244 U.S. 412 (1917)

U.S. Reports: Long Sault Development Co. v. Call, 242 U.S. 272 (1916)

Bureau of Standards, standard scales

Bureau of Standards testing [...] of rubber

Airplanes - Instruments - Testing apparatus for final test of air pressure. Under the bell jar an artificial atmospheric condition corresponding to 25,000 feet is reached, which is checked by the mercurial barometers on the right, on the left can be seen a standard normal barometer checked in the Bureau of Standards, Washington. Made by Aero Instrument Corp., New York City

INTER-DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE. CONFIDENTIAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE. EACH MEMBER APPOINTED FROM A DEPARTMENT AT REQUEST OF PRESIDENT. SEATED: S.W. STRATTON, CHIEF, BUREAU OF STANDARDS; WILLIAM C. FITTS, ASST. ATTORNEY GENERAL; WILLIAM INGRAHAM, ASST. SEC. OF WAR; L.F. POST, ASST. SEC. OF LABOR; W.S. GIFFORD

AIRCRAFT STANDARDIZATION BOARD. JOINT ARMY-NAVY TECHNICAL BOARD. SEATED LEFT, ERICCSON, IN CHARGE, CANADIAN AIRCRAFT; RIGHT, GEORGE K. BURGESS, OF BUREAU OF STANDARDS; DIFFIN, F.G., COLONEL, U.S.A.; TEN OTHERS UNIDENTIFIED

AIRCRAFT STANDARDIZATION BOARD. JOINT ARMY-NAVY TECHNICAL BOARD. SEATED LEFT, ERICCSON, IN CHARGE, CANADIAN AIRCRAFT; RIGHT, GEORGE K. BURGESS, OF BUREAU OF STANDARDS; DIFFIN, F.G., COLONEL, U.S.A.; TEN OTHERS UNIDENTIFIED

Bureau Standards plant for testing air plane carbeaurators [i.e., carburetors?]

Bureau Standards plant for testing air plane radiators

Bureau Standards plant for testing air plane radiators

Wind tunnel, Bureau [of] Standards

Bureau Standards

Bureau of Standards, milling story

HOKE. MAJOR, U.S.A.; BUREAU OF STANDARDS

Bureau Standards, leather story

Bureau of Standards milling story

HOKE. MAJOR, U.S.A.; BUREAU OF STANDARDS

Bureau of Standards milling story

Bureau of Standards milling story

Bureau of Standards, leather story

HOKE. MAJOR, U.S.A.; BUREAU OF STANDARDS

Bureau of Standards, Division of Ceramics

Bureau of Standards. Aerial view of Bureau of Standards

Bureau of Standards. Aerial view of Bureau of Standards

Bureau of Standards, Division of Ceramics

Bureau of Standards, Division of Ceramics

Bureau of Standards, Division of Ceramics

Bureau of Standards, Division of Ceramics

Bureau of Standards. Main building of Bureau of Standards I

Board of visitors, Bureau of Standards, [3/19/23]

Bureau of Standards fire, [9/20/23]

Test car, Bureau of Standards, 3/26/23

U.S. Reports: Burns Baking Co. v. Bryan, 264 U.S. 504 (1924)

Dr. George K. Burgess of Bureau of Standards

Setting the clocks hands by radio. U.S. Dunmore Bureau of Standards who adopted clock to radio control

The yardstick is being applied to the measuring of radio waves by means of parallel device of galvanometer, the radio laboratory of the Bureau of Standards has succeeded in measuring very short radio waves, only ten meters in length

Dr. George K. Burgess of Bureau of Standards

C.C. Kiess of Bu. of Standards

D.W. Kessler, Bu. of Standards, scrubbing marble, [6/9/25]

Miss C.L. Larry testing radium at Bu. of Standards, [8/17/25]

C.C. Kiess of Bu. of Standards

United States Code: Weights and Measures and Standard Time, 15 U.S.C. §§ 201-265 (1925)

Testing amount of stretch in metals at Bu. of Standards

United States Code: The Bureau of Standards, 15 U.S.C. §§ 271-281 (1925)

R. Davis of Bu. of Standards with camera for testing photographic materials, [6/16/25]

Is marble elastic, you inquire? Yes, tests that the Bureau of Standards show that a specimen of marble when subjected to great pressure stretches or gives a certain degree without breaking. This photograph shows D.W. Keesler conducting the so-called flexture test with a machine while was designed for the purpose

Oh Gosh! Temperature made to order for our homes; factory operated farms; letters sent and received by radio; aircraft guided through fog and darkness by an invisible radio wave; and motion pictures by radio in our homes. These are among the wonders of science of tomorrow as foreshadowed by Henry D. Hubbard, secretary of the United States Bureau of Standards

Bu. of Standards

Radio inspectors now on the job. Watch out for the ------ Radio inspectors will get you! Broadcasting stations that do not keep on their own wave LE may expect to receive a hurry call from a person resembling a physician with a medical case---In fact, however, he is RA Inspector with a portable frequency indicator. This device designed by the Radio Laboratory of the Bureau of Standards

Miss C.L. Larrey testing radium at Bu. of Standards.

[Department of Commerce, Bureau of Standards truck at tower]

Scientists for Uncle Sam awarded Magellan Gold Medal. Dr. L.J. Briggs, left, Assistant Director and Dr. Paul R. [Heyl?], Chief of the Sound Section of the United States Bureau of Standards, with the first successful experimental model of the earth inductor compass, which they developed for the Army Air Corps and for which they were awarded the Magellan Gold Medal by the American Philosophical Society. It was a model of this same compass that Capt. Charles Lindbergh used on his epochal flight from New York to Paris

The first radio beacon is inaugerated. An executive photograph showing Dr. George K. Burgess, Director fo the United States Bureau of Standards, and the aircraft radio beacon at College Park, Maryland, designed for guiding airplanes by radio. This is the first radio beacon for use of civil aviation and this station is bur a forerunner of 40 other similar installations to be established at 200-mile intervals along the 8,234 miles of civil airways

Colored radio recorder is latest in radio receivers. E.B. Judson of the Bureau of Standards and his two colored radio recorder, automatically recording signals in two colors, red and black. This automatic receiver is capable of receiving signals from American or European stations

Air engine tester. Dr. K.C. Dickinson, Chief of the Heat and Power Division of the Bureau of Standards, and the control room of the new aircraft engine testing laboratory at Arlington, VA. Here all engines for use on licensed airplanes are to be tested and to protect the observer, the control room and the room in which the engines are mounted are heavily reinforced with concrete to prevent flying engine parts striking the observers

The Radio Robot. Ralph Stair of the Bureau of Standards has invented the Radio Robot, an electrical and mechanical trouble-shooter for radio receiving data. It is almost a human detective in finding radio troubles, testinng and "pepping up" vacuum tubes, testing radio parts and complete receiving sets, both alternating-current and direct-current and is a portable power pack