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Ferrari red black, transportation traffic.

Ferrari red black, transportation traffic.

Midway game midway games midway.

Midway game midway games midway.

American football rugby sport, sports.

American football rugby sport, sports.

Currency euro money, business finance.

Currency euro money, business finance.

Baseball summer professional, sports.

Baseball summer professional, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Soccer sport red, sports.

Soccer sport red, sports.

Playing cards royal flush poker, transportation traffic.

Playing cards royal flush poker, transportation traffic.

Midway game midway games midway.

Midway game midway games midway.

Play cards strategy, animals.

Play cards strategy, animals.

Baseball slo-pitch sport, sports.

Baseball slo-pitch sport, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Poker game play, business finance.

Poker game play, business finance.

Rally race motorsport, transportation traffic.

Rally race motorsport, transportation traffic.

Playing cards poker boys, transportation traffic.

Playing cards poker boys, transportation traffic.

Luck gambling cards, transportation traffic.

Luck gambling cards, transportation traffic.

Nascar motor speedway, transportation traffic.

Nascar motor speedway, transportation traffic.

Road cycling helmet round.

Road cycling helmet round.

Game characters yellow dog, animals.

Game characters yellow dog, animals.

Currency euro money, business finance.

Currency euro money, business finance.

Midway game midway games midway, emotions.

Midway game midway games midway, emotions.

Pokemon pokemon go pocket monster, transportation traffic.

Pokemon pokemon go pocket monster, transportation traffic.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Car race sport, transportation traffic.

Car race sport, transportation traffic.

Euro bill rich, business finance.

Euro bill rich, business finance.

Euro bill rich, business finance.

Euro bill rich, business finance.

Football team people, sports.

Football team people, sports.

Win ne ba go

Win ne ba go

Win ne ba go

Win ne ba go

Win or Lose

Win or Lose

This Is the Team That Will Win Every Time

This Is the Team That Will Win Every Time

Countess Win. Vallier

Countess Win. Vallier

[Portrait of Mrs. Robert Win (Lucretia Tuckerman)]

[Portrait of Mrs. Robert Win (Lucretia Tuckerman)]

Why Suffragettes Win in England by Sydney Brooks

Why Suffragettes Win in England by Sydney Brooks

[Elec. sign "Food Will Win the War, Don't Waste It," 7th & Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.]

[Elec. sign "Food Will Win the War, Don't Waste It," 7th & Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.]

Win Fight By One Vote-Buffalo Teachers gain entrance to New York State Woman Suffrage Association; page 2

Win Fight By One Vote-Buffalo Teachers gain entrance to New York State Woman Suffrage Association; page 2

Boys and Girls! You Can Help Your Uncle Sam Win the War. . . .

Boys and Girls! You Can Help Your Uncle Sam Win the War. . . .

The Web: A Revelation of Patriotism. The Story of the American Protective League. How 250,000 American Business Men Became Detectives to Help Win the War

The Web: A Revelation of Patriotism. The Story of the American Protective League. How 250,000 American Business Men Became Detectives to Help Win the War

Who Will Win?

Who Will Win?

PRESIDENT PRESENTS REGATTA CUP. GEORGE REIS, WINNER OF THE RECENT PRESIDENT'S CUP REGATTA, RECEIVES HIS TROPHY FROM THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE. REIS IS THE ONLY MAN TO WIN THE CUP TWICE. HE WAS ACCOMPANIED ON THIS TRIP TO THE WHITE HOUSE, BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE PRESIDENT'S CUP REGATTA AND OTHER MOTORBOAT ENTHUSIASTS

PRESIDENT PRESENTS REGATTA CUP. GEORGE REIS, WINNER OF THE RECENT PRESIDENT'S CUP REGATTA, RECEIVES HIS TROPHY FROM THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE. REIS IS THE ONLY MAN TO WIN THE CUP TWICE. HE WAS ACCOMPANIED ON THIS TRIP TO THE WHITE HOUSE, BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE PRESIDENT'S CUP REGATTA AND OTHER MOTORBOAT ENTHUSIASTS

Slogan for a production army. 3. And Here's How We'll Win! This rough sketch of a sticker, designed at a suggestion by the War Production Board (WPB) in connection with the war production drive, condenses the whole spirit of the drive. Production will beat Axis and the men who have the above slogan pasted on the side of their machines know just how we're going to get that production

Slogan for a production army. 3. And Here's How We'll Win! This rough sketch of a sticker, designed at a suggestion by the War Production Board (WPB) in connection with the war production drive, condenses the whole spirit of the drive. Production will beat Axis and the men who have the above slogan pasted on the side of their machines know just how we're going to get that production

United We Win! [J.C]

United We Win! [J.C]

Believe It or Not! by Ripley. BUY MORE BONDS - GIVE MORE BLOOD - WORK TO WIN THE WAR! (Information on back: War Loan Poster 6th War Loan This Space Contributed To The U.S. Treasury Department By The Transportation Advertising Industry) [Robert Ripley]

Believe It or Not!  by Ripley.  BUY MORE BONDS - GIVE MORE BLOOD  - WORK TO WIN THE WAR! (Information on back: War Loan Poster 6th War Loan This Space Contributed To The U.S. Treasury Department By The Transportation Advertising Industry) [Robert Ripley]

Together we WIN

Together we WIN

UNITED We Are Strong. United We Will Win. OWI Poster No. 64. [Koerner]

UNITED We Are Strong.  United We Will Win.  OWI Poster No. 64. [Koerner]

We MUST Win! (Information on back: Not Used) [Edward Millman]

We MUST Win! (Information on back: Not Used) [Edward Millman]

UNITED WE WIN

UNITED WE WIN

We Can't Win. "Can't is a word found only in the dictionary of fools." - Napoleon Bonaparte. We Can't Lose. (Information on side: "And That Goes For Both!) [Parks]

We Can't Win.  "Can't is a word found only in the dictionary of fools." - Napoleon Bonaparte.  We Can't Lose.  (Information on side: "And That Goes For Both!) [Parks]

"HELP ME WIN MY VICTORY!!- JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES!"

"HELP ME WIN MY VICTORY!!- JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES!"

White Campaign Button With Image of President Gerald R. Ford as the Fonz Wearing a WIN Button With the Text “Happy Days Are Here Again Fordzie” 

White Campaign Button With Image of President Gerald R. Ford as the Fonz Wearing a WIN Button With the Text “Happy Days Are Here Again Fordzie” 

MAJ. Beard, a member of the 2nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, and MAJ Gilliam, a member of the Wiesbaden Hospital staff, change dressings for PETTY Officer 3rd Class David Burbine. The sailor, who is being transported to Germany aboard a 438th Military Airlift Win g C-141B Starlifter aircraft for further treatment, was one of four crewmen en who were seriously injured when the guided missile frigate USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS (FFG-58) struck a mine while operating in the Persian Gulf

MAJ. Beard, a member of the 2nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, and MAJ Gilliam, a member of the Wiesbaden Hospital staff, change dressings for PETTY Officer 3rd Class David Burbine. The sailor, who is being transported to Germany aboard a 438th Military Airlift Win g C-141B Starlifter aircraft for further treatment, was one of four crewmen en who were seriously injured when the guided missile frigate USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS (FFG-58) struck a mine while operating in the Persian Gulf

Artwork: "Struggle to Win". Artist: SGT. Adam Glenday, Catalog Number: 10.24.90

Artwork: "Struggle to Win". Artist: SGT. Adam Glenday, Catalog Number: 10.24.90

Falcon players celebrate a win in the Western Athletic Conference Championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium. Air Force Academy defeated Brigham Young University 20-13 to claim it first Western Athletic Conference title

Falcon players celebrate a win in the Western Athletic Conference Championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium. Air Force Academy defeated Brigham Young University 20-13 to claim it first Western Athletic Conference title

Straight on, medium close-up shot of US Army SPECIALIST Chad SENIOR as he celebrates a win over an opponent (Not shown) at the fencing venue during the Modern Pentathlon at the Olympic Park in Sydney on Saturday September 30th, 2000. SPC SENIOR comes to the 2000 Sydney Olympic games by way of the US Army's World Class Athlete Program

Straight on, medium close-up shot of US Army SPECIALIST Chad SENIOR as he celebrates a win over an opponent (Not shown) at the fencing venue during the Modern Pentathlon at the Olympic Park in Sydney on Saturday September 30th, 2000. SPC SENIOR comes to the 2000 Sydney Olympic games by way of the US Army's World Class Athlete Program

STAFF Sereant (SSGT) Russell Benry (kneelin), USAF, Electrician, 823RD Red Horse Squadron, Hurlburt Field, FL, and Lance Corporal (LCPL), Michael Taylor, USMC, Electrician, Marine Win Support Squadron 271, lay conduit before the foundation is poured for the new school bein built in Las Palmas Parauay, durin Exercise NEW HORIZONS. Under Combined Task Force Guarani Sprins, joint service personnel are conductin enineerin and medical operations in Parauay, enablin required joint trainin. The task force will renovate, construct and improve the infrastructures of four schools and water well and also conduct three Medical Readiness Trainin Exercises (MEDRETS), as areed to by the...

STAFF Sereant (SSGT) Russell Benry (kneelin), USAF, Electrician, 823RD Red Horse Squadron, Hurlburt Field, FL, and Lance Corporal (LCPL), Michael Taylor, USMC, Electrician, Marine Win Support Squadron 271, lay conduit before the foundation is poured for the new school bein built in Las Palmas Parauay, durin Exercise NEW HORIZONS. Under Combined Task Force Guarani Sprins, joint service personnel are conductin enineerin and medical operations in Parauay, enablin required joint trainin. The task force will renovate, construct and improve the infrastructures of four schools and water well and also conduct three Medical Readiness Trainin Exercises (MEDRETS), as areed to by the...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - During the 2004 Florida Regional FIRST competition in the University of Central Florida Arena, the KSC-sponsored “Pink” team applauds a win by the yellow-clad Central Florida team. The event hosted 41 teams from Canada, Brazil, Great Britain and the United States. Among observers at the annual event were Center Director Jim Kennedy and Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who spoke at the event luncheon. FIRST is a nonprofit organization, For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, that sponsors the event pitting gladiator robots against each other in an athletic-style competition. The FIRST robotics competition is designed to provide students with a hands-on, inside look at engineering and other professional careers, pairing high school students with engineer mentors and corporations. KSC-04pd0476

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  During the 2004 Florida Regional FIRST competition in the University of Central Florida Arena, the KSC-sponsored “Pink” team applauds a win by the yellow-clad Central Florida team. The event hosted 41 teams from Canada, Brazil, Great Britain and the United States.  Among observers at the annual event were Center Director Jim Kennedy and Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who spoke at the event luncheon.  FIRST is a nonprofit organization, For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, that sponsors the event pitting gladiator robots against each other in an athletic-style competition. The FIRST robotics competition is designed to provide students with a hands-on, inside look at engineering and other professional careers, pairing high school students with engineer mentors and corporations. KSC-04pd0476

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, September 3, 2005 - A member of the Texas Disaster Medical Assistance Team #4 guides recent evacuees from the floodwaters left behind by Hurricane Katrina across the tarmack and to the terminal at Louis Armstrong Airport. Thousands of stranded people are being airlifted by helicopter from the city to the airport. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, September 3, 2005 - A member of the Texas Disaster Medical Assistance Team #4 guides recent evacuees from the floodwaters left behind by Hurricane Katrina across the tarmack and to the terminal at Louis Armstrong Airport.  Thousands of stranded people are being airlifted by helicopter from the city to the airport.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, September 3, 2005 -- Members of a helicopter rescue crew help evacuees from the flooded city out of the aircraft as a member of the Texas Disaster Medical Assistance Team #4 guides them towards waiting transportation to the terminal at Louis Armstrong Airport. Thousands of evacuees are being rescued daily from the waters left behind by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, September 3, 2005 -- Members of a helicopter rescue crew help evacuees from the flooded city out of the aircraft as a member of the Texas Disaster Medical Assistance Team #4 guides them towards waiting transportation to the terminal at Louis Armstrong Airport.  Thousands of evacuees are being rescued daily from the waters left behind by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, September 3, 2004 - An evacuee is escorted across the tarmack and to the terminal at Louis Armstrong Airport by a member of the Texas Disaster Medical Assistance Team #4 and a national guardsman. Thousands of people left stranded in the city by Hurricane Katrina are being airlifted to the airport by helicopter. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, September 3, 2004 - An evacuee is escorted across the tarmack and to the terminal at Louis Armstrong Airport by a member of the Texas Disaster Medical Assistance Team #4 and a national guardsman.  Thousands of people left stranded in the city by Hurricane Katrina are being airlifted to the airport by helicopter.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, La., September 26, 2005 - Line poles, connectors and other materials needed to build a 550 unit FEMA travel trailer park outside the town are stockpiled and ready to be put into place. FEMA is constructing temporary housing parks at selected location to house those left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, La., September 26, 2005 - Line poles, connectors and other materials needed to build a 550 unit FEMA travel trailer park outside the town are stockpiled and ready to be put into place.  FEMA is constructing temporary housing parks at selected location to house those left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- A workman walks across the end of a section of a temporary housing site, which has more than 400 of the 550 travel trailers to be placed here now in place. This FEMA travel trailer park, one of several to be built at selected locations, will house individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- A workman walks across the end of a section of a temporary housing site, which has more than 400 of the 550 travel trailers to be placed here now in place.  This FEMA travel trailer park, one of several to be built at selected locations, will house individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Plumbing connectors of many shapes and sizes await installation on the more than 550 units scheduled to be placed on this FEMA temporary housing site. The Baker site is one of several being built to provide a place for those left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Plumbing connectors of many shapes and sizes await installation on the more than 550 units scheduled to be placed on this FEMA temporary housing site.  The Baker site is one of several being built to provide a place for those left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Workmen carry a completed section of piping to be installed in a sewage treatment system being built to serve a 550 unit temporary housing park now under construction. Several travel trailer and mobile home parks are being built to help house some of the thousands of people left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Workmen carry a completed section of piping to be installed in a sewage treatment system being built to serve a 550 unit temporary housing park now under construction.  Several travel trailer and mobile home parks are being built to help house some of the thousands of people left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Workmen with a plumbing company contracted to build a 47,500 gallons daily sewer system for a 550 unit travel trailer park measure a section of pipe to be used in the installation. FEMA is constructing several temporary housing sites to provide shelter for individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Workmen with a plumbing company contracted to build a 47,500 gallons daily sewer system for a 550 unit travel trailer park measure a section of pipe to be used in the installation.  FEMA is constructing several temporary housing sites to provide shelter for individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Plumbers prepare piping and connectors for use in the construction of a sewage treatment system which will process 47,500 gallons daily to serve a 550 unit temporary housing site being built here. FEMA is building several of these parks to help house people left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Plumbers prepare piping and connectors for use in the construction of a sewage treatment system which will process 47,500 gallons daily to serve a 550 unit temporary housing site being built here.  FEMA is building several of these parks to help house people left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- As a crew chief rolls out a rock/soil protective barrier before a gravel base is put into place, other crew members smooth it out and secure the edges to bind it to the ground. This FEMA temporary housing site is one of several planned for this area to provide living quarters for individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- As a crew chief rolls out a rock/soil protective barrier before a gravel base is put into place, other crew members smooth it out and secure the edges to bind it to the ground. This FEMA temporary housing site is one of several planned for this area to provide living quarters for individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- A workman walks across the end of a section of a temporary housing site, which has more than 400 of the 550 travel trailers to be placed here now in place. This FEMA travel trailer park, one of several to be built at selected locations, will house individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- A workman walks across the end of a section of a temporary housing site, which has more than 400 of the 550 travel trailers to be placed here now in place.  This FEMA travel trailer park, one of several to be built at selected locations, will house individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Work progresses on the 47,500 gallons daily sewer system that will serve the 550 travel trailers now being installed in this temporary housing park. Individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina will be moving into these units. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baker, LA, September 29, 2005 -- Work progresses on the 47,500 gallons daily sewer system that will serve the 550 travel trailers now being installed in this temporary housing park.  Individuals and families left homeless by Hurricane Katrina will be moving into these units.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- A catering crew hired to feed the soldiers from a Monroe, LA National Guard unit prepare the evening meal by making the salad and cooking the meats to be served. The guardsmen are providing ice, water and Meals Ready to Eat to area residents left without electrical power by Hurricane Rita. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- A catering crew hired to feed the soldiers from a Monroe, LA National Guard unit prepare the evening meal by making the salad and cooking the meats to be served. The guardsmen are providing ice, water and Meals Ready to Eat to area residents left without electrical power by Hurricane Rita.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Two soldiers, part of a National Guard unit from Monroe, LA, stock the rear area of a pickup truck with bags of ice. The loss of electric power in this area, caused by Hurricane Rita, makes ice a valuable commodity for area residents. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Two soldiers, part of a National Guard unit from Monroe, LA, stock the rear area of a pickup truck with bags of ice.  The loss of electric power in this area, caused by Hurricane Rita, makes ice a valuable commodity for area residents.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Lake Charles, LA, September 30, 2005 -- A metal power pole, snapped in the middle, forms an inverted "V" over a neighborhood road. Hurricane Rita left thousands of residents in southwestern Louisiana without power. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Lake Charles, LA, September 30, 2005 -- A metal power pole, snapped in the middle, forms an inverted "V" over a neighborhood road.  Hurricane Rita left thousands of residents in southwestern Louisiana without power.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- National Guardsmen from Monroe, LA empty pallets of Meals Ready to Eat, water and ice as they place these valuable commodities into the trunks of cars and backs of pickup trucks driven by local residents. Thousands of people in this area of the state were left without power by Hurricane Rita. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- National Guardsmen from Monroe, LA empty pallets of Meals Ready to Eat, water and ice as they place these valuable commodities into the trunks of cars and backs of pickup trucks driven by local residents.  Thousands of people in this area of the state were left without power by Hurricane Rita.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Pallets of Meals Ready to Eat, water and ice are being emptied by National Guardsmen from Monroe, LA, as they place these valuable commodities into the trunks of cars and backs of pickup trucks driven by local residents. Hurricane Rita left thousands of people in this area of the state without electricity. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Pallets of Meals Ready to Eat, water and ice are being emptied by National Guardsmen from Monroe, LA, as they place these valuable commodities into the trunks of cars and backs of pickup trucks driven by local residents.  Hurricane Rita left thousands of people in this area of the state without electricity.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Lake Charles, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Large power lines are draped over connecting lines as metal poles are toppled by Hurricane Rita. Thousands of residents are still without power in the wake of the storm. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Lake Charles, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Large power lines are draped over connecting lines as metal poles are toppled by Hurricane Rita.  Thousands of residents are still without power in the wake of the storm.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Lake Charles, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Fallen pine trees, now sectioned and stacked for removal, frame a home that suffered roof damage from Hurricane Rita. Tree damage and loss in this area of the state affected by the storm is severe. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Lake Charles, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Fallen pine trees, now sectioned and stacked for removal, frame a home that suffered roof damage from Hurricane Rita.  Tree damage and loss in this area of the state affected by the storm is severe.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- Four drivers wait for inspectors to complete the documentation of these travel trailers, the final step taken before they are taken to sites to house either individuals or families left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Many thousands of these units and mobile homes will be used to provide temporary quarters for residents of the state. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- Four drivers wait for inspectors to complete the documentation of these travel trailers, the final step taken before they are taken to sites to house either individuals or families left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  Many thousands of these units and mobile homes will be used to provide temporary quarters for residents of the state.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- Travel trailers in one section of a staging area are placed 12 wide by 36 deep, producing a sea of 432 trailers waiting for final inspection and documentation before they are used to house people left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. FEMA will place tens of thousands of these units and mobile homes throughout the state in commercial parks, on industrial and private property and in group sites being constructed by the agency. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- Travel trailers in one section of a staging area are placed 12 wide by 36 deep, producing a sea of 432 trailers waiting for final inspection and documentation before they are used to house people left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  FEMA will place tens of thousands of these units and mobile homes throughout the state in commercial parks, on industrial and private property and in group sites being constructed by the agency.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A caravan of inspected and documented travel trailers leave the staging area here and are destined to provide temporary housing quarters for some of the thousands of residents left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. FEMA's temporary housing program has thousands of travel trailers and mobile homes on hand in the staging area that are being readied for occupancy. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A caravan of inspected and documented travel trailers leave the staging area here and are destined to provide temporary housing quarters for some of the thousands of residents left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. FEMA's temporary housing program has thousands of travel trailers and mobile homes on hand in the staging area that are being readied for occupancy.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A flagman waves a truck driver onward down a road past one of many fields packed with travel trailers and mobile homes now staged and being prepared for occupancy by individuals and families left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. FEMA's Temporary Housing Program can place these units on private property, in commercial and industrial parks and in group sites being developed by the agency. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A flagman waves a truck driver onward down a road past one of many fields packed with travel trailers and mobile homes now staged and being prepared for occupancy by individuals and families left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. FEMA's Temporary Housing Program can place these units on private property, in commercial and industrial parks and in group sites being developed by the agency.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A solid white line, made up of hundreds of travel trailers waiting for deployment to private and public sites, marks the separation between earth and sky at a staging area here. Thousands of travel trailers and mobile homes will be set in place throughout the state to provide temporary housing for residents left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A solid white line, made up of hundreds of travel trailers waiting for deployment to private and public sites, marks the separation between earth and sky at a staging area here.  Thousands of travel trailers and mobile homes will be set in place throughout the state to provide temporary housing for residents left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- Travel trailer tops in the foreground frame a sea of units in another section of a staging area also containing mobile homes until they are deployed to sites around the state. FEMA's Temporary Housing Program makes these quarters available to individuals and families left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- Travel trailer tops in the foreground frame a sea of units in another section of a staging area also containing mobile homes until they are deployed to sites around the state.  FEMA's Temporary Housing Program makes these quarters available to individuals and families left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A sea of white travel trailer tops stretches out into the horizon at a staging area set up to hold these temporary housing units for inspection and documentation prior to being placed on private sites, in commercial and industrial parks and FEMA-developed group sites throughout the state. Thousands of residents left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita will use these FEMA temporary housing resources. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A sea of white travel trailer tops stretches out into the horizon at a staging area set up to hold these temporary housing units for inspection and documentation prior to being placed on private sites, in commercial and industrial parks and FEMA-developed group sites throughout the state.  Thousands of residents left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita will use these FEMA temporary housing resources. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A driver waits for inspectors to complete the documentation of a travel trailer, the final step taken before it is taken to a site to house either an individual or family left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Many thousands of these units and mobile homes will be used to provide temporary quarters for residents of the state. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] Baton Rouge, LA, October 1, 2005 -- A driver waits for inspectors to complete the documentation of a travel trailer, the final step taken before it is taken to a site to house either an individual or family left homeless by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  Many thousands of these units and mobile homes will be used to provide temporary quarters for residents of the state.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Power poles lean precipitously along Highway 27 which borders the Gulf of Mexico in lower Cameron Parish. Thousands of poles are either leaning or fallen due to Hurricane Rita's powerful winds. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Power poles lean precipitously along Highway 27 which borders the Gulf of Mexico in lower Cameron Parish.  Thousands of poles are either leaning or fallen due to Hurricane Rita's powerful winds.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - Cattle, rescued from the flooded marshes of lower Cameron Parish, are brought to the high school's rodeo pens to await sorting and return to their owners. Several thousand cattle, belonging to an estimated 15 ranchers, are still lost in the marshes and are being rescued by cowboys on horseback. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - Cattle, rescued from the flooded marshes of lower Cameron Parish, are brought to the high school's rodeo pens to await sorting and return to their owners.  Several thousand cattle, belonging to an estimated 15 ranchers, are still lost in the marshes and are being rescued by cowboys on horseback.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - Donated cattle feed is goes into a feed hopper and will help feed the 650 head of cattle owned by Mark and Steve Trahan which survived Hurricane Rita's winds and waters. Some 15 area Ranchers are still working to rescue several thousand cattle now lost in the flooded marshes of lower Cameron Parish. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - Donated cattle feed is goes into a feed hopper and will help feed the 650 head of cattle owned by Mark and Steve Trahan which survived Hurricane Rita's winds and waters.  Some 15 area Ranchers are still working to rescue several thousand cattle now lost in the flooded marshes of lower Cameron Parish.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Two flags are planted in sand bars washed up and over the town that was once Holly Beach. Very little along this stretch of Highway 27 that runs along the Gulf of Mexico was spared by Hurricane Rita. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Two flags are planted in sand bars washed up and over the town that was once Holly Beach.  Very little along this stretch of Highway 27 that runs along the Gulf of Mexico was spared by Hurricane Rita.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - Cattle rescued from Cameron Parish marshes, flooded by Hurricane Rita, are sorted by brand and segregated in loading pens at the high school's rodeo areana to await pickup by their owners. Cowboys on horseback have been carrying out rescue efforts for several thousand head of cattle for several weeks. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - Cattle rescued from Cameron Parish marshes, flooded by Hurricane Rita, are sorted by brand and segregated in loading pens at the high school's rodeo areana to await pickup by their owners.  Cowboys on horseback have been carrying out rescue efforts for several thousand head of cattle for several weeks.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Nothing is left of the Gulfside community of Holly Beach, once home to 300 residents and a favorite destination for thousands of tourists and fishermen. Hiurricane Rita destroyed these homes and other structures all along Highway 27, which skirts the Gulf of Mexico in lower Cameron Parish. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Nothing is left of the Gulfside community of Holly Beach, once home to 300 residents and a favorite destination for thousands of tourists and fishermen.  Hiurricane Rita destroyed these homes and other structures all along Highway 27, which skirts the Gulf of Mexico in lower Cameron Parish.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Nothing is left of the Gulfside community of Holly Beach, once called home by 300 residents as well as thousands of tourists and fishermen. Hiurricane Rita destroyed these and other structures all along Highway 27 which skirts the Gulf of Mexico in lower Cameron Parish. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Nothing is left of the Gulfside community of Holly Beach, once called home by 300 residents as well as thousands of tourists and fishermen.  Hiurricane Rita destroyed these and other structures all along Highway 27 which skirts the Gulf of Mexico in lower Cameron Parish.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - An American flag, planted on a sandbar that was once a road in this gulfside community of 300 residents, flutters amongst the ruins that remain. Hurricane Rita totally devastated this town which also played host to thousands of tourists and fishermen. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - An American flag, planted on a sandbar that was once a road in this gulfside community of 300 residents, flutters amongst the ruins that remain. Hurricane Rita totally devastated this town which also played host to thousands of tourists and fishermen.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Ten miles west of Cameron, La., this Gulfside community once alled home by 300 residents now lies in shambles. Hurricane Rita destroyed numerous structures and severely damaged power and utility systems along a long stretch of Highway 27 in lower Cameron Parish. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 - Ten miles west of Cameron, La., this Gulfside community once alled home by 300 residents now lies in shambles.  Hurricane Rita destroyed numerous structures and severely damaged power and utility systems along a long stretch of Highway 27 in lower Cameron Parish.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 -- An alligator trail crosses an area of sand washed in and over a road that once served residents of this gulfside community of 300 residents. The town was totally destroyed by the high surf and winds of Hurricanr Rita. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, La., October 3, 2005 -- An alligator trail crosses an area of sand washed in and over a road that once served residents of this gulfside community of 300 residents.  The town was totally destroyed by the high surf and winds of Hurricanr Rita.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - A tractor unloads a one ton pallet of donated cattle feed from the back of a lowboy trailer that has already brought three loads, totaling 18 tons, to feed a herd of cattle belonging to Mark and Steve Trahan. Agricultural feed companies and agencies are providing donated feed to help the many ranchers in Cameron Parish who lost their cattle food supplies to Hurricane Rita. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - A tractor unloads a one ton pallet of donated cattle feed from the back of a lowboy trailer that has already brought three loads, totaling 18 tons, to feed a herd of cattle belonging to Mark and Steve Trahan.  Agricultural feed companies and agencies are providing donated feed to help the many ranchers in Cameron Parish who lost their cattle food supplies to Hurricane Rita.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] New Orleans, October 6, 2005 - Medical corps personnel aboard the 1,000 bed hospital ship USNS Comfort, now docked here and providing critical medical facilities and personnel to help relieve the city's strained medical resources, tend to a newly admitted patient. The USNS Comfort came to New Orleans following a 30 day deployment in Pascagoula, Ms., immediately following Hurricane Katrina's landfall on August 30. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] New Orleans, October 6, 2005 - Medical corps personnel aboard the 1,000 bed hospital ship USNS Comfort, now docked here and providing critical medical facilities and personnel to help relieve the city's strained medical resources, tend to a newly admitted patient.  The USNS Comfort came to New Orleans following a 30 day deployment in Pascagoula, Ms., immediately following Hurricane Katrina's landfall on August 30.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] New Orleans, October 6, 2005 - A medical simulation set up in one of the 12 operating rooms available on the hospital ship USS Comfort, now docked in the city to provide medical care for people affected by Hurricane Katrina, depicts the quality of medical expertise available on the vessel. The care provided by many city hospitals was severely compromised by the storm, making this floating hospital a major asset for the city. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] New Orleans, October 6, 2005 - A medical simulation set up in one of the 12 operating rooms available on the hospital ship USS Comfort, now docked in the city to provide medical care for people affected by Hurricane Katrina, depicts the quality of medical expertise available on the vessel. The care provided by many city hospitals was severely compromised by the storm, making this floating hospital a major asset for the city.  Win Henderson / FEMA