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Angels turning the axis of the world from BL Harley 4940, f. 28

Angels turning the axis of the world from BL Harley 4940, f. 28

Diagram with angels turning the axis of the world. Image taken from f. 28 of Breviari d'amor. Written in French.

Angels turning the axis of the world from BL Harley 4940, f. 28

Angels turning the axis of the world from BL Harley 4940, f. 28

Detail of a diagram with angels turning the axis of the world. Image taken from f. 28 of Breviari d'amor. Written in French.

[Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Section on west and east center axis, A series]
Amis - ennemis 1914 opérations militaires Belgique et Frontiére Française de l'Est

Amis - ennemis 1914 opérations militaires Belgique et Frontiére França...

Print shows military uniforms of World War I soldiers on both sides. Title from item. Forms part of: Rehse-Archiv für Zeitgeschichte und Publizistik.

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This untitled illustration by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Evening Star on July 2, 1917, depicts the German reaction to the rejection of a separate peace proposal that it had o... More

J.J. Bodell, residence at 61 Intervale Rd., Providence, Rhode Island. View on axis, from street
J.J. Bodell, residence at 61 Intervale Rd., Providence, Rhode Island. Axis view of west facade
J.J. Bodell, residence at 61 Intervale Rd., Providence, Rhode Island. View on axis, center section
M.M. Van Beuren, residence in Middletown, Rhode Island. Axis view from platform
Roy D. Chapin, residence at 447 Lake Shore, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Entrance facade, axis view, center section, noon
Roy D. Chapin, residence at 447 Lake Shore, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. South facade, direct axis
Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 E. Capitol St., Washington, D.C. Theater to stage, axis view II
Edwin Gould, residence in Oyster Bay, Long Island. Axis view of entrance facade
Gerald B. Lambert, Carter Hall, residence in Millwood, Virginia. Axis view rear
New York city views. Axis of St. Patrick's Cathedral, with tower between spires
Anthony Campagna, residence in Riverdale-on-Hudson, New York City. Axis entrance court view
John Russell Pope, residence in Newport, Rhode Island. Living room fireplace, axis view
John N. Conyngham, Hayfield Farm, residence in Lehman Township, Pennsylvania. East facade, axis view
John Russell Pope, residence in Newport, Rhode Island. Axis from studio
John N. Conyngham, Hayfield Farm, residence in Lehman Township, Pennsylvania. Library, axis to fireplace
Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska. House doors, axis view
John Russell Pope, residence in Newport, Rhode Island. Studio, axis from house
Master prints. Grant Simmons, residence on Fishers Island, New York, axis through gates from elevation
John N. Conyngham, Hayfield Farm, residence in Lehman Township, Pennsylvania. Dining room axis to door
Grant Simmons, residence on Fishers Island, New York. Axis through gates from elevation
Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska. Senate doors, axis view
Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska. Axis view from rotunda balcony with figures
A United States tanker torpedoed by an Axis submarine. Despite a raging fire which sent columns of black, oily smoke billowing into the sky, crew members were able to bring the flames under control and the tanker was towed to port by a United States Naval ship. The tanker is now in an east coast ship yard being repaired and soon will be back in active service aiding the nation against its enemies
Master prints. Colonel Albert E. Peirce, residence in Warrenton, Virginia, front door, axis through columns
Dr. John A. Vietor, "Southwood," residence on Via Del Lago, Palm Beach, Florida. Axis, pool to loggia, 5:30 p.m.
Sudan. Khartoum. Khartoum Zoo. Spotted deer and gazelles (Rusa axis)
Sudan. Khartoum. Khartoum Zoo. Spotted deer and gazelles (Rusa axis)
Tel Deweir (Lachish). Close view of 3 steps backing into sanc. [i.e., santuary] of solar shrine, Persian pd [i.e., period]. In axis of doorway is a small hole pierced thru plastered floor, possible libations made here
Howard Phipps, residence in Westbury, Long Island. Entrance facade, general axis view
Wolcott Blair, residence on Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach, Florida. Pool, axis view, 4 p.m.
Robert T. Swaine, residence on Silver Springs Rd., Milton, Connecticut. General axis view, from entrance road
World's Fair, Italian Line restaurant, Italian Building. Main restaurant, long axis view
He's like to use that gun on the Axis. After seven years in the Navy, J.D. Estes is considered an old sea salt by his mates at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas
World's Fair, Italian Line restaurant, Italian Building. Bar, general axis view
North Fortieth Street housing group, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. General front view, axis
Southern New England Telephone Company, administration building, New Haven, Connecticut. Lobby, 15th floor, axis
Hayden Planetarium, New York City. General entrance view, axis
World's Fair, Italian Line restaurant, Italian Building. Terrace dining room, axis to front
Red Hook Project, Brooklyn, New York. Axis view from roof, 2 p.m.
I. Miller shoe store, business at 5th Ave. and 54th St., New York City. Axis view, from front to rear
Stanley R. Miller, residence on E. Middle Patent Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut. Rear facade, axis
Neil Agnew, Kettlehill Farm, residence in Newtown, Connecticut. Exterior, axis view
Charles S. Robertson, residence in Lloyd Harbor, Long Island. Axis view, entrance facade
Louis E. Stoddard Jr., residence in Westbury, Long Island. Rear facade, axis
A battery of 1,000 and 2,000 pound furnaces roaring threats to the Axis. These are rotary, oil-fired melting furnaces at Aluminum Industries Inc. Destination of the finished aluminum products is kept secret
I. Miller shoe store, business at 5th Ave. and 54th St., New York City. General axis view, to front
Henry W. Bagley, Bellehaven, residence in Greenwich, Connecticut. Library, axis to sofa
An American pineapple, of the kind the Axis finds hard to digest, is ready to leave the hand of an infantryman in training at Fort Belvoir, Va. American soldiers make good grenade throwers
The crew of an M-3 tank learn all the ways of causing trouble for the Axis with a 75-mm. gun, a 37-mm. gun and four machine guns, Fort Knox, Ky. The Fort Knox School for tank crews has graduated many men who are now ready to meet the enemy on our far flung battle lines -- and on more than equal terms. [Tank] commander
Hospital units at work. A plainly marked ambulance which was attacked by Axis forces. Note the bullet holes
John W. Bullock, residence at Sunset Island, no. 2, Miami Beach, Florida. Dining room, axis, to living room, vertical
Brick Presbyterian Church, 91st St. and Park Ave., New York City. Altar, axis
Mrs. George F. Baker, Horseshoe Plantation, residence in Tallahassee, Florida. Axis view over round pool
Elizabeth City Hall, Elizabeth, New Jersey. Council chamber, axis to rostrum
Ellsworth C. Warner, residence at Pelican Rd. and El Vedado, Palm Beach, Florida. Porch, axis to Lake Worth
Charles S. Davis, residence in Palm Beach, Florida. Lake facade, axis
Mrs. George F. Baker, Horseshoe Plantation, residence in Tallahassee, Florida. Axis center section over square pool
Every day you take off gives the Axis a break. Poster distributed by the War Production Board (WPB) plants. The original is 28 1/2 inches by 40 inches and is printed in yellow and black on white. The photograph was taken by Louise Dahl-Wolfe. Copies may be obtained from War Production Drive Headquarters, War Production Board, Washington, D.C.
The plane is of German design but natives of the Dutch East Indies have been trained to operate it with deadly efficiency. It's a twelve-ton trimotor Dornier bomber belonging to the Royal Netherlands Navy, the greater part of which is still fighting the Nazis and their Axis partners from the Netherlands East Indies
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
Brick Presbyterian Church, 91st St. and Park Ave., New York City. Axis, from chancel, to balcony
Brick Presbyterian Church, 91st St. and Park Ave., New York City. Interior, to chancel, axis
Dr. Henry W. Berg Room, at Public Library, 5th Ave. and 42nd St., New York Wide axis view to entrance
8th Army in Tripoli. The British 8th Army supply column turns aside to avoid a bomb crater, lower left, in the road by Axis planes as a roadblock for the British in the Tripoli campaign
S.A. Mitchell, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island. Entrance detail, axis
Allies advance in Libya. At the height of the Allied pursuit of the Axis forces heavy rain fell in the Western Desert turning the sand and dust into mud and flooding low-lying parts. It made things difficult for the Axis, but even more so for the British troops, like these General Grant tanks ploughing through a wet and muddy stretch of road
Allies advance in Libya. At the height of the Allied pursuit of the Axis forces heavy rain fell in the Western Desert turning the sand and dust into mud and flooding low-lying parts. It made things difficult for the Axis, but even more so for the British troops, like these General Grant tanks ploughing through a wet and muddy stretch of road

Allies advance in Libya. At the height of the Allied pursuit of the Ax...

Title from item. British official photograph from OWI. No. D-8529.

H.T. Morgan, residence at 31 LaGorce Cir., Miami Beach, Florida. Entrance facade, axis view
Allies advance in Libya. At the height of the Allied pursuit of the Axis forces heavy rain fell in the Western Desert turning the sand and dust into mud and flooding low-lying parts. It made things difficult for the Axis, but even more so for the British troops, like these General Grant tanks ploughing through a wet and muddy stretch of road

Allies advance in Libya. At the height of the Allied pursuit of the Ax...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Image source: Official British photo. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Pictu... More

U.S. desert airmen check bombing plans. The crew of an U.S. Army Air Force B-25 bomber check their flight plans at a desert air base before taking off to bomb advance Axis position. They are (left to right) Lieutenant Bob Hill, Clear Lake, Iowa, bombardier; Lieutenant Bill Brytan, Denton, Texas, pilot; Lieutenant Jack Cross, Austin, Texas, navigator (he's checking the time); and Lieutenant Don Castle, Saint Joseph, Missouri, co-pilot; (crew member in rear is unidentified)
French warships refitted in U.S. ports to resume war on Axis. The 35,000-ton Richelieu, largest battleship of the French Navy, arrives at an East coast port of the United States after crossing the Atlantic from Dakar to be fitted out to resume the fight against the Axis. Three more French warships are in American ports for new equipment. Forty-two other units of the French navy are in action, or preparing to go into action, in the ranks of the United Nations

French warships refitted in U.S. ports to resume war on Axis. The 35,0...

Actual size of negative is B (approximately 5 x 7 inches). Contact print either attached to or in original negative jacket. Image source: Official Navy photo. Title and other information from caption card. Tran... More

Brick Presbyterian Church, 91st St. and Park Ave., New York City. Axis, to chancel
Bertram F. Willcox, residence in Pound Ridge, New York. Axis view, entrance facade
S.A. Mitchell, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island. Rear facade, axis (casement windows closed)
John W. Bullock, residence at Sunset Island, no. 2, Miami Beach, Florida. Living room, to dining room, axis
James H. Bereman, residence at 6650 Roxbury Ln., LaGorce Island, Miami Beach, Florida. Entrance facade, axis view, 10 a.m.
Behind scenes with generals as they mapped woe for Axis. Caught in earnest discussion, Field Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell, commander-in-chief, India, flexes his arm as he chats with Lieutenant General Brehon Somervell, chief of the entire U.S. Army, Service of Supply
War production drive poster. "We Have Axis to Grind" One of the huge posters which employees of the Northern Pump Company, of Minneapolis, place on the sides of freight cars leaving the plant. The ideas originated with the men themselves. In this way the labor-management committee broadcasts to the countryside its resolve to help win the war. It is estimated that millions of Americans see these traveling posters as they move across the country to their destinations
The Libyan front: Ammunition for "Kittyhawk" aircraft American-made "Kittyhawk" fighters have been causing devastation among the transport columns of the Axis in Northern Africa by the strength of their fire power. The armourers who have charge of the gun carried in the air-craft are anxious to see the great work continue. Picture shows an Arab assistant to an R.A.F. armourer pleased with this original head-dress of ammunition for a "Kittyhawk".

The Libyan front: Ammunition for "Kittyhawk" aircraft American-made "K...

Title from item. British official photograph from OWI. No. CM-2288. Forms part of: FSA/OWI Collection (Library of Congress).

Mrs. Benjamin Rogers, Thatchcote, residence in Palm Beach, Florida. General entrance facade, axis
Silliman College, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. West facade, axis through trees
French warships refitted in U.S. ports to resume war on Axis. The 35,000-ton Richelieu, largest battleship of the French Navy, arrives at an East coast port of the United States after crossing the Atlantic from Dakar to be fitted out to resume the fight against the Axis. Three more French warships are in American ports for new equipment. Forty-two other units of the French navy are in action, or preparing to go into action, in the ranks of the United Nations
How lend-lease strikes at the Axis. A lend-lease tank coming over the side of a cargo ship in a United States Atlantic Coast port. Many tanks are carried as deck-load
Time & Life Offices, 9 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City. Directors' room, axis over table
Mrs. Nicholas Rutgers, residence on Navesink Rd., Red Bank, New Jersey. Entrance facade, axis
Biography of a Liberty Ship. Birth of a ship. Less than five months from keel laying to launching ceremony was the record set by the Patrick Henry. This time is being reduced to 60 days in the construction of her sister ships of the "Liberty Ship" design. This standard design was selected by the Martime Commission to meet the need for ships that can be built in existing yards in minimum time with the additional purpose of conserving materials vitally needed for the war production effort. Prefabrication of sections in special plants, replacing of riveting wherever possible by welding and other new departures all contribute to the speed of construction and saving of material and dead weight in these ships which are already proving their worth in the war on the Axis
Cardinal Hayes Memorial High School, Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York. Chapel, axis view
Mrs. H. Mercer Walker, residence in El Vedado, Palm Beach, Florida. Dining room, axis to fireplace
Mrs. Stanley Martineau, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island. South facade, axis view
Stop and get your free fag bag Careless matches aid the Axis.

Stop and get your free fag bag Careless matches aid the Axis.

Poster encouraging use of "fag bag" for disposal of matches, showing stylized Japanese soldier standing behind a tree with a match, with the rising sun in the background. Work Projects Administration Poster Col... More

Mrs. H. Mercer Walker, residence in El Vedado, Palm Beach, Florida. Main loggia, axis to pool
Leonard J. Buck, residence in Far Hills, New Jersey. Living room, to fireplace, axis
War production drive. William Hunter, a member of the labor-management committe at the East Pittsburgh Division of Westinghouse, explains the "Let's show them" campaign, an adaption of the War Production Drive. "Let's show the Axis what real production means," Mr. Hunter exorts the plant workers
Stamp out the Axis / P.V.P.

Stamp out the Axis / P.V.P.

Poster shows a fist holding a stamp with an American star ready to stamp out a Nazi swastika during World War II. "33rd" in a series issued by this Navy unit in Seattle. Title from item. Purchase; Swann Galleri... More

James H. McGraw, Jr., residence in Hobe Sound, Florida. Ocean facade, axis view
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