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Noah leaving the ark with his family and animals: at left Noah's family carries supplies, at right animals descend on a ramp from the ark, above birds fly from the ark, from a series of engravings for the 'Liber Genesis'

New-York, Committee Chamber, 29th May, 1775. Whereas the public service of the Colony may render large supplies of the following articles absolutely necessary ... [Ten articles of supply not to be disposed of, and requiring report of quantity on

Chamber of supplies, Watertown, June 18, 1775. Gentlemen, The welfare of our country again induces us to urge your exertions in sending to the magazine in this place, what can be procured of the following articles, salt pork, beans, peas, vinega

Charles de Klauman, July 17, 1779, Table of Ordnance and Supplies of the Virginia Militia

State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, August session, A. D. 1781. An act for proportioning the supplies of beef to the several towns in this State for the support of the army for the months of October and Novembe

State of New-Hampshire. In the House of representatives, June 21st, 1783. Voted, that an order issue to the selectmen of the several towns and places in this state, who have afforded supplies to soldiers families within the current year, directi

U.S. Reports: Pratt et al v. Reed, 60 U.S. (19 How.) 359 (1857)

U.S. Reports: Tod et al v. Steamboat Sultana, 60 U.S. (19 How.) 362 (1857)

[Oil Well supplies stores in Rock City.]

City dam and head of race which supplies the city with water, Brandywine.

City dam and head of race which supplies the city with water, Brandywine.

[Oil Well supplies stores in Rock City.]

The Western wharves at Washington where Army supplies are received

Army wagon going to commissary depot, City Point, for supplies.

Unloading Supplies at Port Royal, Virginia

Army wagon going to commissary depot, City Point, for supplies.

Home Squad. Company A. Supplies. Each member is required to equip himself with the articles enumerated, as follows: and to be readu in marching order when Jeff Davis crosses the wire bridge ... [Philadelphia, 1861].

Army wagon going to commissary depot, City Point, for supplies.

The Sanitary commission takes this method, in addition to the means already used, to remind you of the fact there are various supplies in the hands of the Commission to be applied to the benefit of the sick or wounded soldiers of the several reg

Army wagon going to commissary depot, City Point, for supplies.

Richard D. Goodwin to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 20, 1861 (Telegram requesting supplies)

Aquia Creek, on the Potomac, new base of supplies of the Army of the Potomac

Evacuation of Corinth, Mississippi, lately held by the rebel General Beauregard - Burning of stations, warehouses and supplies - Entry of National troops / from a sketch by our special artist, Henri Lovie.

Acquia Creek landing. Depot of supplies for the Army of the Potomac

Rufus Ingalls to Hermann Haupt, Thursday, May 07, 1863 (Telegram regarding supplies for General Stoneman)

Brutus J. Clay, Thursday, January 21, 1864 (Draft of order granting Alpheus Lewis permission to purchase supplies)

Unloading Supplies for U.S. Military Railroad opposite Richmond, Virginia

Landing supplies on the James River, Va. 1865(?)

Clerk. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. 1866

U.S. Reports: Scott v. United States, 79 U.S. (12 Wall.) 443 (1871)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Burns, 79 U.S. (12 Wall.) 246 (1871)

U.S. Reports: Hanauer v. Doane, 79 U.S. (12 Wall.) 342 (1871)

U.S. Reports: Vigo's Case: Ex parte United States, 88 U.S. (21 Wall.) 648 (1875)

Oregon - the new Indian war - Indians receiving their annual supplies at the government agency before going on the war path [Indians receiving fancy clothing]

Uncle Sam's Indian policy - the government "ward" - "Ugh! Me got great fatehr's supplies; now me want pale face's scalp" [caricature of armed Indian coming out of jack-in-the-box "Indian reservation" and attacking a farmer, as soldier approaches from behind]

The two Indian seasons [2 illustrations: 1. Summer - showing Indians killing white people; 2. Winter - showing Indians receiving supplies from Indian agent]

Dec. 21 Fr. camp #50. 3m. below. Portaging supplies after lining boat down rapid.

U.S. Reports: Grant v. Parker, 115 U.S. 51 (1885)

Men in front of Kilpatrick Bros. Groceries & Railroad Supplies store, Broken Bow, Nebraska

Pay Director Edwin Stewart, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts

Miners loading supplies, Silverton, Col., U.S.A.

Pay Director Edwin Stewart, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts

Portaging supplies after lining boat down rapid. Snapshot by Rob't. B. Stanton, 1890.

Miners loading supplies, Silverton, Col., U.S.A.

Santa Claus telephoning for supplies

U.S. cavalry supplies unloading at Tampa, Florida /

S.S. Alameda with supplies for new railroad at Anchorage

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Unloading on beach; Unloading on beach; Frank's first camp, with Frank at left of crowd in middle distance. Waiting for supplies. Miner "panning" in front. Tent, stove, box, etc. Camp going up; "We" & Idaho men.

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Front Street; Boat hotel in Snake River. Taken at Nome, midnight June 21, 1900; Ships before Nome. There is no harbor, all supplies coming ashore on lighters. 1 to 1½ miles out; Beach and sea.

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Dutch Harbor, taken from old Russian military cemetery looking north to two settlements, one back of hills. Large flat-bottomed boat being built for Yukon River; Dutch Harbor; Dutch Harbor. Olympia and other ships taking water and supplies. Olympia could not get through ice 600 miles north and had to put back here for water; Dutch Harbor (?) view.

Unloading our supplies in France

[Dutch girl, boy and dog carrying supplies in snow]

Break in the outer wall and temporary railway for bringing supplies into Peking, China

[Japanese Hospital Corps landing medical and surgical supplies at Chemulpo]

[Japanese officers directing the unloading of supplies, Chemulpo]

A government relief boat at Oakland loading supplies for the stricken city of San Francisco.

First barge loaded with supplies leaving Dallas port for the first dock and dam on the Trinity River, Texas. Barge drawn by Burk & Co. boat

First loaded boat leaving Dallas with supplies for the first lock & dam on the Trinity River

A government relief boat at Oakland loading supplies for the stricken city of San Francisco.

A Government relief boat at Oakland loading supplies for the stricken city of San Francisco.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Army pack train bringing supplies. /

San Francisco Earthquake, April 18, 1906: Thousands of tons of relief supplies piled on the sidewalk

A Government relief boat at Oakland loading supplies for the stricken city of San Francisco.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Bid Board Office of Supplies & Accounts Navy Dept.

[Food supplies]

Grp. Bureau of Supplies & Accts.

Unloading supplies, N.Y.N.G.

Dependent (able-bodied) parents. Family of Robert Barnes, E. 15 Magnolia, Miss. Father works irregularly. "I supplies places in the mill when others are gone." Been here two months, Worked a farm near McComb, where the children worked in the mill and went to school. Note how the ages jump from(1) Children not in the mill; who are 2, 5, and 8 years old.to(2) Children in the mill, (front row), said to be 14, 15 and 17 years old. Location: Magnolia, Mississippi.

Spare parts being loaded

French supplies at Salonika

Packing supplies in sacks to be dropped from aeroplanes to British troops surrounded by Arabs

Stacks of food, etc.

Scene in one of the Store houses

Loading German Red Cross supplies

Skid for forage-carrying across mud

Scene at engineer's dump

Supply train arriving at a railhead

Aeroplane carrying supplies for the garrison at Kut. Scene during the Mesopotamian campaign

Watercarts waiting their turn for water supplies

Motor trucks with supplies for U.S. troops in Mex. [i.e., Mexico]

[U.S. Army Punitive Expedition after Villa, Colonia Dublan, Mexico, 1916. American Headquarters: Unloading supplies from Mexican train which has come from Juarez on the border]

[U.S. Army Punitive Expedition after Villa, Colonia Dublan, Mexico, 1916. American Headquarters: Unloading supplies from train which has come from Juarez on the border]

American Red Cross - Supplies - A corner in the big "cutting room" of the American Red Cross workrooms at 36 Grosvenor Gardens, London

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Carrying Red Cross supplies to Red Cross Hospital, Jerusalem

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Interior of American Red Cross Headquarters. Major Lively seated at desk in the center where he receives telegrams from soldiers forwarding food supplies that are issued by the American Red Cross

American Red Cross - Supplies - Loading materials for the A.R.C. Hospital (Malabry) at the saw mill in Seeaux

American Red Cross - Vehicles - American Red Cross in France. American Red Cross camion just returned from carrying supplies to the reconquered city of Lille

American Red Cross - Vehicles - A.R.C. Camion just returned from carrying supplies to the City of Lille

American Red Cross - Supplies - Loading Red Cross comforts aboard Czecho-Slovak invalid transport, S.S. Nanking, at Vladivostok, Siberia

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Truck load of American Red Cross supplies which has just arrived in Paris by mail, on its way to the warehouse

American Red Cross - Supplies - American Red Cross supplies arriving at Pirot, Serbia, bo ox-cart. In order to reach the devaststed regions of Serbia it was necessary to route the shipments from Salonica by way ofDedeagatch, Bulgaria, across the Serbian Bulgarian border, a distance of over 900 miles, involving seven days of travel

American Red Cross - Refugees - Children awaiting the distribution of food supplies and clothing at Belgrade, Serbia

Saloniki front. Turkish pack camels loaded with supplies for the front. March 1917

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - American Red Cross women lose no time. Syracuse Chapter of the American Red Cross at New York state fair, making hospital supplies

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - France - The American Red Cross has a system by which nothing is wasted. A "re-conditioning" department has been in operation for some time at Rue St. Didier, Paris. It is here that great number of women are employed going over and renovating articles which have been damaged in transit. Soemtimes cases of supplies enroute from America become waterlogged and absolutely unfit for use. It is here that these women go over the material and clean, resew, and make over such articles as needed

American Red Cross - Supplies - Red Cross supplies. Bush Terminal, Brooklyn