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Temple stone ancient, religion.

Temple stone ancient, religion.

Indian rupees rupees note, business finance.

Indian rupees rupees note, business finance.

Money euro currency, business finance.

Money euro currency, business finance.

Banknotes malaysia bills, business finance.

Banknotes malaysia bills, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Currency euro money, business finance.

Currency euro money, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Euro euro sign characters, business finance.

Euro euro sign characters, business finance.

Coin cent euro, business finance.

Coin cent euro, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Coin cent euro, business finance.

Coin cent euro, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Currency euro money, business finance.

Currency euro money, business finance.

Rupees money indian, business finance.

Rupees money indian, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

American bank banknotes, business finance.

American bank banknotes, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Euro money coins, business finance.

Euro money coins, business finance.

Nickel 24 karat coin, business finance.

Nickel 24 karat coin, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Rupees banknotes bills, business finance.

Rupees banknotes bills, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

Coins currency pesetas, business finance.

British pounds banknotes bills, business finance.

British pounds banknotes bills, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Euro euro coin europe, business finance.

Euro bill rich, business finance.

Euro bill rich, business finance.

Euro bill rich, business finance.

Euro bill rich, business finance.

Exchange for Sterling. (No.) Newport, Rhode-Island, In pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly of the Colony of Rhode-Island, for value received, at Sixty days sight of this my first per exchange, (Second and Third, of the same tenor and dat

Exchange for Sterling. (No.) Newport, Rhode-Island, In pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly of the Colony of Rhode-Island, for value received, at Sixty days sight of this my first per exchange, (Second and Third, of the same tenor and dat

The [blank] day of [blank] 1775. Received of the [blank] Firelock to the use of the Colony of the Massachusetts-Bay of the value of [blank] shillings which sum the receiver-general of the said Colony is directed in forty days after the date here

The [blank] day of [blank] 1775. Received of the [blank] Firelock to the use of the Colony of the Massachusetts-Bay of the value of [blank] shillings which sum the receiver-general of the said Colony is directed in forty days after the date here

Thomas Jefferson, 1776, Table Comparing Value of European Silver and Gold Coins; with Notes

Thomas Jefferson, 1776, Table Comparing Value of European Silver and Gold Coins; with Notes

Ten Spanish milled dollars or their value in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to act of assembly passed Oct. 20 1777.

Ten Spanish milled dollars or their value in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to act of assembly passed Oct. 20 1777.

One hundred Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to an act of assembly passed October the 5th, 1778.

One hundred Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to an act of assembly passed October the 5th, 1778.

A table shewing the value of any number of dollars, from 1 to 10,000, at seven shillings and six-pence. [Philadelphia] Zachariah Poulson, jun. 1778.

A table shewing the value of any number of dollars, from 1 to 10,000, at seven shillings and six-pence. [Philadelphia] Zachariah Poulson, jun. 1778.

One hundred Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to an act of assembly passed May the 3d, 1779.

One hundred Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to an act of assembly passed May the 3d, 1779.

This bill of two hundred dollars shall be exchanged and redeemed in Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, at the rate of one for forty at the treasury of Virginia, on or before the thirtieth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, according to an act of assembly passed the seventh day of May, 1781.

This bill of two hundred dollars shall be exchanged and redeemed in Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, at the rate of one for forty at the treasury of Virginia, on or before the thirtieth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, according to an act of assembly passed the seventh day of May, 1781.

Thomas Jefferson, October 31, 1789, Note on the Value of the Dollar in French Money

Thomas Jefferson, October 31, 1789, Note on the Value of the Dollar in French Money

At a General Assembly of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations. In the House of representatives, June 18, A. D. 1796. The underwritten representatives dissent from the bill for establishing an estimate of the value of rateable pro

At a General Assembly of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations. In the House of representatives, June 18, A. D. 1796. The underwritten representatives dissent from the bill for establishing an estimate of the value of rateable pro

James Maury, September 28, 1821. List of weight and value for tobacco.

James Maury, September 28, 1821. List of weight and value for tobacco.

Improvement in the art of tanning. Improvements in the manufacture of leather have not heretofore resulted in much real adventage to the community, as more attention has been paid to the appearance then to the value of the article ... E. Shove a

Improvement in the art of tanning. Improvements in the manufacture of leather have not heretofore resulted in much real adventage to the community, as more attention has been paid to the appearance then to the value of the article ... E. Shove a

.00001 the value of a unit with four cyphers going before it

.00001 the value of a unit with four cyphers going before it

map from "The Colonies: treating of their value generally-of the Ionian Islands in particular ... Strictures on the administration of Sir F. Adam"

map from "The Colonies: treating of their value generally-of the Ionian Islands in particular ... Strictures on the administration of Sir F. Adam"

architecture from "The Colonies: treating of their value generally-of the Ionian Islands in particular ... Strictures on the administration of Sir F. Adam"

architecture from "The Colonies: treating of their value generally-of the Ionian Islands in particular ... Strictures on the administration of Sir F. Adam"

architecture from "The Colonies: treating of their value generally-of the Ionian Islands in particular ... Strictures on the administration of Sir F. Adam"

architecture from "The Colonies: treating of their value generally-of the Ionian Islands in particular ... Strictures on the administration of Sir F. Adam"

map from "The Colonies: treating of their value generally-of the Ionian Islands in particular ... Strictures on the administration of Sir F. Adam"

map from "The Colonies: treating of their value generally-of the Ionian Islands in particular ... Strictures on the administration of Sir F. Adam"

map from "The Sandwich Islands; progress of events since their discovery by Captain Cook. Their occupation by Lord G. Paulet. Their value and importance"

map from "The Sandwich Islands; progress of events since their discovery by Captain Cook. Their occupation by Lord G. Paulet. Their value and importance"

map from "The Sandwich Islands; progress of events since their discovery by Captain Cook. Their occupation by Lord G. Paulet. Their value and importance"

map from "The Sandwich Islands; progress of events since their discovery by Captain Cook. Their occupation by Lord G. Paulet. Their value and importance"

Mechanical multiplier. invented by George W. Edelman, of the U. S. Assay office, New York, to determine the value of any amount of federal currency, from $1 to $100,000 in British sterling, at 8.5 to 10 5/8 per cent. prem., and vic

Mechanical multiplier. invented by George W. Edelman, of the U. S. Assay office, New York, to determine the value of any amount of federal currency, from $1 to $100,000 in British sterling, at 8.5 to 10 5/8 per cent. prem., and vic

Value, Edity - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Value, Edity - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Value, Edith - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Value, Edith - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Currency table, showing the value of a "greenback" dollar note, in specie, from par to 200 per cent, advancing by 1-8ths. Computed by John V. Yatman, New York. New York. Published ny E. B. Clayton's sons, printers and stationers, No. 157 Pearl S

Currency table, showing the value of a "greenback" dollar note, in specie, from par to 200 per cent, advancing by 1-8ths. Computed by John V. Yatman, New York. New York. Published ny E. B. Clayton's sons, printers and stationers, No. 157 Pearl S

[Eight Confederate bills ranging in value from five to one hundred dollars]

[Eight Confederate bills ranging in value from five to one hundred dollars]

To conchologists, etc. I desire to obtain suites of the species named in my list for special study. If you can supply any of these and find anything in my list of duplicates which is of value to you, I will gladly make an exchange ... B. Shimek.

To conchologists, etc. I desire to obtain suites of the species named in my list for special study. If you can supply any of these and find anything in my list of duplicates which is of value to you, I will gladly make an exchange ... B. Shimek.

mineral from "Gems and Precious Stones of North America. A popular description of their occurrence, value, history, archæology, and of the collections in which they exist, also a chapter on pearls and on remarkable foreign gems owned in the United States. Illustrated, etc"

mineral from "Gems and Precious Stones of North America. A popular description of their occurrence, value, history, archæology, and of the collections in which they exist, also a chapter on pearls and on remarkable foreign gems owned in the United States. Illustrated, etc"

mineral from "Gems and Precious Stones of North America. A popular description of their occurrence, value, history, archæology, and of the collections in which they exist, also a chapter on pearls and on remarkable foreign gems owned in the United States. Illustrated, etc"

mineral from "Gems and Precious Stones of North America. A popular description of their occurrence, value, history, archæology, and of the collections in which they exist, also a chapter on pearls and on remarkable foreign gems owned in the United States. Illustrated, etc"

The value we offer; No. 4. The new Downtown sack suit.

The value we offer; No. 4. The new Downtown sack suit.

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the descendants of former African slaves now in residence in the United States of America] Assessed value of property owned by Negroes in three states of the United States.

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the descendants of former African slaves now in residence in the United States of America] Assessed value of property owned by Negroes in three states of the United States.

[The Georgia Negro] Value of farming tools.

[The Georgia Negro] Value of farming tools.

[The Georgia Negro] Assessed value of household and kitchen furniture owned by Georgia Negroes.

[The Georgia Negro] Assessed value of household and kitchen furniture owned by Georgia Negroes.

[The Georgia Negro] Value of land owned by Georgia Negroes.

[The Georgia Negro] Value of land owned by Georgia Negroes.

Shearing and Bearing Value of Rivets - Yards and Docks Standard

Shearing and Bearing Value of Rivets - Yards and Docks Standard

Shearing and Bearing Value of Rivets

Shearing and Bearing Value of Rivets

Shad fishermen loading their half-mile of net (value $1500) for another haul, Delaware River, Philadelphia

Shad fishermen loading their half-mile of net (value $1500) for another haul, Delaware River, Philadelphia

Treasury. Packing internal revenue stamps for shipment Stamps to the value of $1,000,000 packed daily.

Treasury. Packing internal revenue stamps for shipment Stamps to the value of $1,000,000 packed daily.

Value of Airships in War Proved in Tripoli [The Sun, 17 March 1912]

Value of Airships in War Proved in Tripoli [The Sun, 17 March 1912]

Treasury Dept. Internal Revenue Bureau, Overflow vault for storage of Internal Revenue stamps. Stamps kept on hand to value of $110,000,000, [1914]

Treasury Dept. Internal Revenue Bureau, Overflow vault for storage of Internal Revenue stamps. Stamps kept on hand to value of $110,000,000, [1914]

Treasury Dept., Ofc. of Comptroller of currency - Bond vault. Contains bonds to the value of 900,000,000 securring govt' deposits and postal savings fund, [1914]

Treasury Dept., Ofc. of Comptroller of currency - Bond vault. Contains bonds to the value of 900,000,000 securring govt' deposits and postal savings fund, [1914]

Amount and Value of Floor Space of Different Departments, etc., 1914

Amount and Value of Floor Space of Different Departments, etc., 1914

Amount and Value of Floor Space of Different Departments, etc., 1914

Amount and Value of Floor Space of Different Departments, etc., 1914

Airplanes - Flight - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, A new arm precluded by Armistice. Among new devices which Armistice prevented Royal Air Force from putting into use against enemy was torpedo-aeroplane. Considered to be greater potential value than submarine, and would doubtless have proved astonishingly efficient. Central News Service

Airplanes - Flight - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, A new arm precluded by Armistice. Among new devices which Armistice prevented Royal Air Force from putting into use against enemy was torpedo-aeroplane. Considered to be greater potential value than submarine, and would doubtless have proved astonishingly efficient. Central News Service

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - The "Dollar Exchange" of American Red Cross, soldiers homeward bound can exchange their English, French, Italian or Russian money for American money. The Red Cross took this up because returning soldiers were having difficulty in getting par value for their money

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - The "Dollar Exchange" of American Red Cross, soldiers homeward bound can exchange their English, French, Italian or Russian money for American money. The Red Cross took this up because returning soldiers were having difficulty in getting par value for their money

Airplanes - Historical - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, a new arm precluded by Armistice. Among new devices which Armistice prevented Royal Air Force from putting into use against enemy was torpedo-aeroplane. Considered to be greater potential value than submarine, and would doubtless have proved astonishingly efficient. Central News Service

Airplanes - Historical - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, a new arm precluded by Armistice. Among new devices which Armistice prevented Royal Air Force from putting into use against enemy was torpedo-aeroplane. Considered to be greater potential value than submarine, and would doubtless have proved astonishingly efficient. Central News Service

A Lake of gold! Not exactly, but of oil, which to-day is almost the same in value. American oil fields in Roumania

A Lake of gold! Not exactly, but of oil, which to-day is almost the same in value. American oil fields in Roumania

The Collier trophy is awarded to Uncle Sam's Department of Commerce for 1928. The Collier trophy, which is awarded annually by the National Aeronautic Association to the person or organization for the "greatest achievement in aviation in America, the value of which has been demonstrated by actual use during the preceding year" was presented to the United States Department of Commerce today by President Coolidge. The Aeronautics Branch of the Department of Commerce received the trophy because of its valuable contribution to the furtherance of civil aeronautics. In the picture left to right, can be seen Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aviation, William McCracken (right) receiving the trophy from President Coolidge [White House, Washington, D.C.]

The Collier trophy is awarded to Uncle Sam's Department of Commerce for 1928. The Collier trophy, which is awarded annually by the National Aeronautic Association to the person or organization for the "greatest achievement in aviation in America, the value of which has been demonstrated by actual use during the preceding year" was presented to the United States Department of Commerce today by President Coolidge. The Aeronautics Branch of the Department of Commerce received the trophy because of its valuable contribution to the furtherance of civil aeronautics. In the picture left to right, can be seen Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aviation, William McCracken (right) receiving the trophy from President Coolidge [White House, Washington, D.C.]

In spotlight at Sec. Inquiry. Washington, D.C., Dec. 29. Testifying before the Securities and Exchange Commission Investment Trust Inquiry today, Leon G. Ruth, President of the Liberty Bond and Share Corporation of Buffalo, told his Corporation granted loans to their officers, employees, and former employees on collateral that decreased in value until it was worth only 15 cents on the dollar. He also related how the Liberty Bond and shares assets shrunk from $10,004,00 on April 2, 1929 to $716,00 on Sept. 30, 1936

In spotlight at Sec. Inquiry. Washington, D.C., Dec. 29. Testifying before the Securities and Exchange Commission Investment Trust Inquiry today, Leon G. Ruth, President of the Liberty Bond and Share Corporation of Buffalo, told his Corporation granted loans to their officers, employees, and former employees on collateral that decreased in value until it was worth only 15 cents on the dollar. He also related how the Liberty Bond and shares assets shrunk from $10,004,00 on April 2, 1929 to $716,00 on Sept. 30, 1936

Baltimore, Md. A coding system, which eliminates all vowels and some consonants and reduces the remaining letters of the alphabet to groups designated by six master, or key, letters is employed in the Social Security Board Records Office. The [...]ing system was adopted as a "foolproof" methods of keeping track of names, whether or not misspelled by their owners in subsequent correspondence. The system also is of great value in simplifying many of the mechanical operations necessary to set up and maintain individual wage record accounts for the millions or workers covered by the Social Security Act. the photograph [above shows](?) workers in the Records Office coding names of [applicants]

Baltimore, Md. A coding system, which eliminates all vowels and some consonants and reduces the remaining letters of the alphabet to groups designated by six master, or key, letters is employed in the Social Security Board Records Office. The [...]ing system was adopted as a "foolproof" methods of keeping track of names, whether or not misspelled by their owners in subsequent correspondence.  The system also is of great value in simplifying many of the mechanical operations necessary to set up and maintain individual wage record accounts for the millions or workers covered by the Social Security Act. the photograph [above shows](?) workers in the Records Office coding names of [applicants]

[...] to test the contents [...] value. [Agri]culture is after a better [...] photo shows some of the [...] being made to determine [...] hens lay the better eggs, and if eggs can be bettered by cross-breeding the chickens

[...] to test the contents [...] value. [Agri]culture is after a better [...] photo shows some of the [...] being made to determine [...] hens lay the better eggs, and if eggs can be bettered by cross-breeding the chickens

Baltimore, MD. Statistical data of great value in the future will accumulate in the files of the Social Security Board Records Office. To provide easy means of developing and studying this information, without disturbing the permanent records, acturial cards are reproduced from the original employee master cards. The master card is a [...] salmon pink. The acturial card is a bright green. They are of different colors so they will not be mixed together inadvertently. The photograph above shows a reproducing machine making acturial cards from master cards. The punched master card is placed in one compartment. A blank acturial card is placed in another. When the master card has been automatically carried to the proper position it stops, momentarilly. Meanwhile the blank acturial card is carried to another place in the machine. Electrical impulses cause the machine to punch on the acturial card the same holes, in the same position, as on the master card. The two cards are held in place while the part of the machine holding the acturial card telegraphs back to the part holding the master card to see that the punches in each are identical. Then the cards are released, one is in one pile and the other in another. The whole operation requires a small fraction of a minute

Baltimore, MD. Statistical data of great value in the future will accumulate in the files of the Social Security Board Records Office. To provide easy means of developing and studying this information, without disturbing the permanent records, acturial cards are reproduced from the original employee master cards. The master card is a [...] salmon pink. The acturial card is a bright green. They are of different colors so they will not be mixed together inadvertently. The photograph above shows a reproducing machine making acturial cards from master cards. The punched master card is placed in one compartment. A blank acturial card is placed in another. When the master card has been automatically carried to the proper position it stops, momentarilly. Meanwhile the blank acturial card is carried to another place in the machine. Electrical impulses cause the machine to punch on the acturial card the same holes, in the same position, as on the master card. The two cards are held in place while the part of the machine holding the acturial card telegraphs back to the part holding the master card to see that the punches in each are identical. Then the cards are released, one is in one pile and the other in another. The whole operation requires a small fraction of a minute

Linters, that cotton which clings to the seed, is removed and then formed into bats. Linters is of particular value in chemical industries because of its cellulosic content. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

Linters, that cotton which clings to the seed, is removed and then formed into bats. Linters is of particular value in chemical industries because of its cellulosic content. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

In the Triple-B Association each cow's milk is tested every two months. The results are kept in a record book. In this way the farmer can accurately judge the producing value of each cow, weed out the poorest ones and breed the best. Black Hawk County, Iowa

In the Triple-B Association each cow's milk is tested every two months. The results are kept in a record book. In this way the farmer can accurately judge the producing value of each cow, weed out the poorest ones and breed the best. Black Hawk County, Iowa

Milk-testing is one way of gauging the value of different feeding practices. As the milk tester for the Triple B Association stays overnight with each family, he has time to go carefully into the farmer's feed program with him and work out the best method. Black Hawk County, Iowa

Milk-testing is one way of gauging the value of different feeding practices. As the milk tester for the Triple B Association stays overnight with each family, he has time to go carefully into the farmer's feed program with him and work out the best method. Black Hawk County, Iowa

Senate Interstate Commerce Committee opens hearings today on transportation. Washington, D.C., April 3. The Senate Interstate Commerce Committee got off today for a series of hearings on public transportation problems, but the news value was considerably overshadowed by the appearance of Robert Montgomery in another committee at the same time. Carl R. Gray, Chairman of the president's committee of six on railroads, told the Committee that his group felt that an independent transportation board is needed to regulate all transportation, the board to be outside of the ICC jurisdiction. Gray urged that the federal board which he proposed handle water carriers as part of its duties. 4-3- 39

Senate Interstate Commerce Committee opens hearings today on transportation. Washington, D.C., April 3. The Senate Interstate Commerce Committee got off today for a series of hearings on public transportation problems, but the news value was considerably overshadowed by the appearance of Robert Montgomery in another committee at the same time. Carl R. Gray, Chairman of the president's committee of six on railroads, told the Committee that his group felt that an independent transportation board is needed to regulate all transportation, the board to be outside of the ICC jurisdiction. Gray urged that the federal board which he proposed handle water carriers as part of its duties. 4-3- 39

Says airbase necessary at Guam. Washington, D.C., Jan. 25. Chief of Naval Operation Admiral William D. Leahy today told the House Naval Affairs Committee that development of an airbase on the Isle of Guam is necessary before the Isle is of any value from commercial or military standpoints. He stated that use of the Vinson Bill's $5,000,000 Appropriation in this area would not constitute an aggressive move toward any foreign power, 1/25/39

Says airbase necessary at Guam. Washington, D.C., Jan. 25. Chief of Naval Operation Admiral William D. Leahy today told the House Naval Affairs Committee that development of an airbase on the Isle of Guam is necessary before the Isle is of any value from commercial or military standpoints. He stated that use of the Vinson Bill's $5,000,000 Appropriation in this area would not constitute an aggressive move toward any foreign power, 1/25/39

In the past, most milk testing associations have been formed by farmers in the higher-income brackets. This milk-tester works for an association of low-income farmers who heretofore have either lacked the necessary funds or have been unaware of such association's value. The association was formed with the aid of the FSA (Farm Security Adminstration). Black Hawk County, Iowa

In the past, most milk testing associations have been formed by farmers in the higher-income brackets. This milk-tester works for an association of low-income farmers who heretofore have either lacked the necessary funds or have been unaware of such association's value. The association was formed with the aid of the FSA (Farm Security Adminstration). Black Hawk County, Iowa

Since becoming rehabilitation clients the value of the Dixon family's possessions has risen from 500 dollars to 1500 dollars. Saint Charles County, Missouri

Since becoming rehabilitation clients the value of the Dixon family's possessions has risen from 500 dollars to 1500 dollars. Saint Charles County, Missouri

New process expected to revolutionize map making. Washington, D.C., March 21. A new machine just designed and perfected by John Braund, Cartographer for the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, by which relief maps can be made showing all the details of topography in a form true to nature, is expected to revolutionize map making. Instead of compressed paper or cardboard, Braund uses a thin metal on which he prints the map, and, then hammers out the topography with a specially-designed electric hammer. Maps made by this process can be quickly understood and accurately read by even the untrained map reader. Braund said the new machine would be of untold value to armies in field in war time. 3-21-39

New process expected to revolutionize map making. Washington, D.C., March 21. A new machine just designed and perfected by John Braund, Cartographer for the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, by which relief maps can be made showing all the details of topography in a form true to nature, is expected to revolutionize map making. Instead of compressed paper or cardboard, Braund uses a thin metal on which he prints the map, and, then hammers out the topography with a specially-designed electric hammer. Maps made by this process can be quickly understood and accurately read by even the untrained map reader. Braund said the new machine would be of untold value to armies in field in war time. 3-21-39

Agricultural day laborer wiping the sweat from his neck after his return home from chopping cotton.This man had once been a tenant farmer and had quit farming because of repeated crop failures and inability to secure good farming land; he then became a day laborer, his entire family working with him in the fields. They chopped cotton, hoed corn, picked cotton, cut spinach and picked up potatoes. However, because they had this established tent home on the banks of the Arkansas River and because they worked in and around this neighborhood, they considered themselves a class above the migrant workers who came in to harvest the crops. This man had planted a small garden back of his tent not for the value of the garden since he said that the sun would get it before the vegetables were mature, but because it would prevent any of the migrant families from camping near them. He said, "Those migrants don't live the way we do, course they don't have anything to live with." Near Webbers Falls, Oklahoma

Agricultural day laborer wiping the sweat from his neck after his return home from chopping cotton.This man had once been a tenant farmer and had quit farming because of repeated crop failures and inability to secure good farming land; he then became a day laborer, his entire family working with him in the fields. They chopped cotton, hoed corn, picked cotton, cut spinach and picked up potatoes. However, because they had this established tent home on the banks of the Arkansas River and because they worked in and around this neighborhood, they considered themselves a class above the migrant workers who came in to harvest the crops.  This man had planted a small garden back of his tent not for the value of the garden since he said that the sun would get it before the vegetables were mature, but because it would prevent any of the migrant families from camping near them. He said, "Those migrants don't live the way we do, course they don't have anything to live with." Near Webbers Falls, Oklahoma

Jerry Vardiman's income from the cooperative will probably increase in value as the livestock and poultry enterprises reach their productive peak. The project has been in operation only two years. Osage Farms, Missouri

Jerry Vardiman's income from the cooperative will probably increase in value as the livestock and poultry enterprises reach their productive peak. The project has been in operation only two years. Osage Farms, Missouri

Washington, Buena, Yakima County. Yakima Valley small town. A county which ranks fifth in the United States in value of agricultural production

Washington, Buena, Yakima County. Yakima Valley small town. A county which ranks fifth in the United States in value of agricultural production

Linters, that cotton which clings to the seed, is removed and then formed into bats. Linters is of particular value in chemical industries because of its cellulosic content. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

Linters, that cotton which clings to the seed, is removed and then formed into bats. Linters is of particular value in chemical industries because of its cellulosic content. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

One year of reciprocal aid. Flight Lieutenant Clifford Taite, Royal Air Force (RAF) takes Captain James R. Hendry, U.S. Army Air Force through the British experts' dossier on a German aircraft that fell into British hands. Reciprocal aid includes information whose value cannot be estimated in terms of money and which has been obtained at a cost measured in thousands of lives and three years of hard fighting

One year of reciprocal aid. Flight Lieutenant Clifford Taite, Royal Air Force (RAF) takes Captain James R. Hendry, U.S. Army Air Force through the British experts' dossier on a German aircraft that fell into British hands. Reciprocal aid includes information whose value cannot be estimated in terms of money and which has been obtained at a cost measured in thousands of lives and three years of hard fighting

New cafe with trailers and tents in the rear near Forrest Hill. Lots are for sale everywhere and land near Camp Claiborne, which was formerly of very little value and difficult to sell is now in great demand at two hundred dollars per acre. Near Alexandria, Louisiana

New cafe with trailers and tents in the rear near Forrest Hill. Lots are for sale everywhere and land near Camp Claiborne, which was formerly of very little value and difficult to sell is now in great demand at two hundred dollars per acre. Near Alexandria, Louisiana

Residents of shack town making daily round through the city dump looking for anything of value. Dubuque, Iowa

Residents of shack town making daily round through the city dump looking for anything of value. Dubuque, Iowa

A suggestion box serves as idea headquarters at the Link Aviation Devices plant, Binghamton, New York. The war production drive headquarters offers national certificates and citations for ideas of outstanding value to the war effort and recommends that plants make awards for meritorious suggestions

A suggestion box serves as idea headquarters at the Link Aviation Devices plant, Binghamton, New York. The war production drive headquarters offers national certificates and citations for ideas of outstanding value to the war effort and recommends that plants make awards for meritorious suggestions

Lots for sale, new cafe and cabins Forest Hill, near Alexandria, Louisiana. Land near Camp Claiborne which was formerly of very little value and difficult to sell is now in great demand at two hundred dollars per acre

Lots for sale, new cafe and cabins Forest Hill, near Alexandria, Louisiana. Land near Camp Claiborne which was formerly of very little value and difficult to sell is now in great demand at two hundred dollars per acre

Machinists checking value clearance for timing with camshaft. This is one step in the assembly of a Packard marine engine. Packard marine engine plant, Detroit

Machinists checking value clearance for timing with camshaft. This is one step in the assembly of a Packard marine engine. Packard marine engine plant, Detroit

Housing for lumber workers in the Tillamook County, Oretgon. In August of 1933 a forest fire in one week swept through 290,000 acres of woodland. This area is now being cleared and most of the partially burned trees are of commerical value. The future (after clearing is completed) is undecided--some factions desire reforestation; others believe that it can be adopted to some form of agriculture, probably cattle and sheep and goat raising

Housing for lumber workers in the Tillamook County, Oretgon. In August of 1933 a forest fire in one week swept through 290,000 acres of woodland. This area is now being cleared and most of the partially burned trees are of commerical value. The future (after clearing is completed) is undecided--some factions desire reforestation; others believe that it can be adopted to some form of agriculture, probably cattle and sheep and goat raising

Loading potatoes into railroad car, Klamath County, Oregon. Value of potato crop in the county is more than four million dollars annually

Loading potatoes into railroad car, Klamath County, Oregon. Value of potato crop in the county is more than four million dollars annually