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Philipp Melanchthon., Albrecht Durer, German, Nuremberg.
Struisvogelei op basis van verguld brons, met geschilderde voorstelling van een dans in de open lucht, met orkest
[Apparatus used to convert electrical energy into mechanical rotation, the basis of dynamos, using bar magnet, beaker of mercury, and current carrying wire] / A.A., del. ; J.B. Taylor, sc.

[Apparatus used to convert electrical energy into mechanical rotation,...

Illus. in: Experimental researches in electricity / Michael Faraday. London : R. and J.E. Taylor, 1839-1855, v. 2, pl. 4. Published in: The tradition of science / Leonard C. Bruno. Washington, D.C. : Library of... More

Protection -- Currency. If Congress after adjusting the tariff bill will add the following section, it can be removed from any further legislation until our manufactures are established on a firm basis, and a per centage reduction can be made on

Protection -- Currency. If Congress after adjusting the tariff bill wi...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 243, Folder 10.

Colonnade met Hindu ornamenten aan de basis van de Qtub Minar in Delhi
To the citizens of the third ward. A permanent organization has been formed by citizens of the ward upon the following basis ... Let every man come to the meeting at Temperance Hall. Wednesday evening Dec. 7th, at 7.5 o'clk. Gibson Brothers, Pri

To the citizens of the third ward. A permanent organization has been f...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 205, Folder 67.

The American Drawing Book: Manual for the Amateur, Basis of Study for the Professional Artist

The American Drawing Book: Manual for the Amateur, Basis of Study for ...

John Gadsby Chapman (American, Alexandria, Virginia 1808–1889 New York)

Military map no. 54, prepared as basis for additional surveys

Military map no. 54, prepared as basis for additional surveys

Scale 1:380,160. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 102.8 General map of southern Alabama and West Florida showing roads, railroads, towns, drainage, and a few names of residents along the Tensaw River. Description d... More

The American Drawing Book: Manual for the Amateur, Basis of Study for the Professional Artist
A plan for funding the national debt, restoring a specie basis and securing an abundant elastic and safe currency ... S. S. Hayes. Chicago, Jan. 1st. 1868.

A plan for funding the national debt, restoring a specie basis and sec...

Title. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 18, Folder 14.

Washington, D.C. The Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives receiving a deputation of female suffragists, January 11th - a lady delegate reading her argument in favor of woman's voting, on the basis of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Constitutional Amendments
Map of central Asia on the basis of the surveys made by British and Russian officers to 1881.

Map of central Asia on the basis of the surveys made by British and Ru...

Relief shown by hachures. From Science, May 1, 1885. "Reproduced from map issued by the Great trigonometric survey of India." Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.

On a populistic basis. A forecast of the consequence of a popocratic victory to the Supreme Court of the United States / W.A. Rogers.

On a populistic basis. A forecast of the consequence of a popocratic v...

Cartoon showing "Gold Clause Mortgage Stewart", Altgeld, Tillman, "King Debs", "Coxey Army", and another man & Sylvester Pennoyer at bar of the Supreme Court, with book "Constitution of the United States" lying on floor.

Senate clock for new neutrality bill. Washington D.C. The three of the four senators that have formed a bill to be presented to Congress on neutrality. The bill will regulate all commerce in time of war and instruct the President to confine all commerce with belligerents on a "cash and carry" basis. Left to right: Senator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota, Sen. Bennett Champ Clark of Mo., and Sen. Arthur Vanderberg of Mich pouring over their new bill
Tells U.S. Chamber of Commerce lack of confidence to blame for business slowdown. Washington, D.C., May 2. Drafted to speak when illness prevented Secretary of Commerce Hopkins, S. Clay Williams, Chairman of the Board, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., today told the 27th annual meeting of the United States Chamber of Commerce that lack of confidence was to blame for the slowdown of industry. He also warned that the time is fast approaching when this country must get on a 'going' basis. George H. Davis, President of the Chamber, is also shown in the picture
Rep. Christopher D. Sullivan leaving White House. Told reporters there was no basis to reports that he would resign as head of Tammany Hall
Will administrate federal unemployment census. Washington, D.C., Sept. 16. John D. Biggers, Toledo, Ohio, glass manufacturing president, leaving the White House today after accepting an appointment from President Roosevelt as Administrator of a Federal Unemployment Census. Biggers revealed that the census probably will be made entirely through the Post Office Department. The administration previously considering utilizing election facilities. Whatever final plan is adopted, the count will be made on the basis of voluntary registration and not a door-to-door canvass, Biggers said. 9/16/3
Dewey holds press conference. Washington, D.C., Dec. 9. Thomas E. Dewey told reporters today that 'there is a bottom to every well' and the next President 'can balance the budget because he's got to balance it.' He added, ' On the basis of past records, a New Deal President would not balance the budget.' Dewey is in the Capital to attend the Gridiron dinner tonight
Assistant Attorney General appears before Senate and House Labor Committee. Washington, D.C., June 2. Assistant Attorney General Robert Jackson, appearing before the Senate and House Labor Committee today praised the Black-Connery Wage and Hour bill., Jackson urged enactment of the bill as a means of placing commerce between that states upon a "Basis of industrial justice to disadvantaged men". Jackson is shown in the center with authors of the bill, Rep. William Connery, left. and Sen. Black, right
Steel export representatives tell Monopoly group of Europe-America Steel Cartel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 15. S.M. Bash of New York, Vice President of the Bethlehem Steel Export Corp. and Manager of the Steel Export Association today told the Monopoly Committee that U.S. Steel producers were urged to join the International Steel Cartel or suffer lower export prices and European invasion of American markets. He explained that his group consults with the European group to 'divide up the world' on a basis of tonnage with a yearly quota for each. If one oversells his quota, he pays a penalty to the other group. He said about a dozen American steel firms were members of the American Association
True Basis of Representation; Geneva Political Equality Club meeting, NAWSA suffrage scrapbooks

True Basis of Representation; Geneva Political Equality Club meeting, ...

Local panel discusses suffrage requirements; some want educational requirements; other support unrestricted universal suffrage

Commerce Secretary addresses American Retail Federation. Washington, D.C., May 22. Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins, right, pictured with Dr. David R. Craig, President of the American Retail Federation today at the Mayflower Hotel addressing members of the federation, Secretary Hopkins said that there must be no compromise with the underlying principles of the New Deal's social and economic reforms. At the same time, he told the businessmen that administration recognizes the necessity of fair business profits as an essential basis for increasing employment and private investment
Demountable employee housing.This brand new type of housing accommodation was developed through several intermediate steps and experiments in prefabrication, in answer to the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority's) need for housing for temporary use on construction projects in remote localities. The scheme permits fabrication at a distance from the job (about 600 miles in this instance), thus reducing dependence on overtaxed accommodations at the construction project. After completion of the project, the demountable housing is quickly removed elsewhere. Some of the earlier TVA demountables have been moved three times from project to project. The design shown here is particularly light in weight due to full use of the recently developed stressed-skin system of plywood construction. It is built largely of weatherproof plywood. The large bay across the front greatly enhances the size of the living room. The trailer houses, on the basis of experience to date, are entirely competitive in cost with traditionally constructed housing of the same floor area. On account of being constructed in shops rather than in the field, they are produced with much closer tolerances, considerably better finish, and with equipment designed and constructed with greater detail and superior utilization of space
Farmers' cooperative elevator at Ruthven, Iowa. This is very successful and is run on stock share basis
Corn crib on Edgar Allen's farm near Milford, Iowa. One hundred sixty acres owned by private party, crop share basis lease
Hightstown, New Jersey. Factory and field, both to be run on cooperative basis by resettled families at Hightstown. The men are working in the potato field, one of the crops on the farm of four hundred and fourteen acres. Here they raised the second best crop in the three leading potato counties according to the New Jersey State Agricultural College
Edmond Williams and wife on fifty-seven acre farm, rented. No lease but on crop share basis. Iowa
Detail of barn on Lyle Askeland farm of six hundred forty acres, until recently part of an absentee estate near Armstrong, Iowa. Painting and repairing of buildings has been neglected for twenty years. This farm has now been taken over by loan company and is worked on a crop share (fifty-fifty basis on some stock)
Barn on Joe Beving farm near Dickens, Iowa. Note condition of roof. Beving rents this farm on a cropshare basis
Farmers' cooperative creamery at Ruthven, Iowa. This is very successful. It is run on a stock share basis. Milk sells retail at five cents per quart and cream (thirty-five to thirty-eight percent) at thirty-five cents per quart
Labor leaders at peace parley. Washington, D.C., Oct. 25. Three of the labor leaders named by the CIO and the A.F. of L. to attempt to find a basis for peace between the two warring factions of organized labor are shown here at the opening of the Peace Parley today. Left to right: Sidney Hillman, Head of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers and member of the CIO Committee; George Harrison, President of Railway Clerks and Chairman of the AF of L Committee; and Phillip Murray, Head of the Steel Workers Organizing Committee and Chairman of the CIO Committee. 10/25/37
A.F. of L. and C.I.O. start peace conferences. Washington, D.C., Oct. 25. Labor leaders named by the CIO and A.F. of L. to attempt to find a basis for peace between the two warring factions of organized labor are sown here at the opening of the Peace Parley at the Willard Hotel here today. Seated, left to right: Sidney Hillman, Amalgamated Clothing Workers, CIO; George M. Harrison, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, AFL.; Phillip Murray, United Mine Workers, CIO; David Dubinsky, International Ladies Garment Workers, CIO. Standing, left to right: Abram Flaxer, CIO; Joseph Curran, National Maritime Union, CIO; Harvey Fremming, Oil Workers Union, CIO; Michael J. Quill, Transport Workers Union, CIO; Matthew Woll, Photo Engravers Union, AFL; G.M. Dugnizaet, International Electrical Workers, AF of L; Homer Martin, U.A.W., CIO; James Garey, CIO; S.H. Dalrymple, United Rubber Workers, CIO. 10/25/37
The home of Max Sparks and family near Long Lake, Wisconsin. The family was forced to move from the place they were buying to this shack because of inability to pay three dollars monthly which was the basis of the contract. In moving from one county to another they have jeopardized their qualifications for receiving relief
House in the town of Fowler, Indiana, where Tip Estes' employer lives. He rents this house and hires Estes to work one of his farms on a monthly wage basis
Treasury tax study to be ready by November. Washington, D.C., Sept. 21. Following a conference with Herman Oliphant, (left) General Counsel for the U.S. Treasury and also its tax expert, Secretary Morgenthau announced that the Treasury's tax study, which will serve as the basis for new revenue legislation at the next session of Congress, will be ready by November "if the congressional committee is ready to receive it then." 9/21/37
Paul Whiteman favors Dickstein Bill. Washington, D.C., March 15. Paul Whiteman told the House Immigration Committee this afternoon that he favored the Dickstein Bill to permit foreign artists and musicians on a reciprocal basis to enter this country except in cases where there are no stars available. In the picture from left to right are: Paul Whiteman, Representative Caroline O'Day, Representative Samuel Dickstein and Representative James H. Gildea
Precise measurements. Washington, D.C. June 17. W.H. Goss, of the National Bureau of Standards, is shown making very precise measurements of the electrical conductance of standard solutions, which are the basis of industrial control of boiled water, steam condensates, beet sugar refining, metal cleaning baths, and of various other technical operations. 6/17/37
A tractor pioneer of the Mississippi Delta. In 1927 he had 160 colored tenant families working his land, in 1936 he won thirty Farmall tractors and employs thirty families on day labor basis. He says, "Now I can make money. Hours are nothing to us. You can't industrialize farming. We in Mississippi know how to treat our niggers"
Rail executive confers with president. Washington, D.C., Oct. 31. Following a conference with President Roosevelt today on the carriers wage controversy, J.J. Pelley, President of the Association of American Railroads, announced that the President seeks settlement of the dispute without trouble on a peaceful basis. Pelley said the president assured him the Administration would support a constructive rail rehabilitation program in the next Congress, 10/31/38
Hosiery testing machine. Washington, D.C., March 23. At the request of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, the U.S. Bureau of Standards has developed a hosiery testing machine. The machine simulates the force acting on a stocking at the knee and garter clasps in use. A survey was made of women's full fashioned silk hosiery from retail stores throughout the U.S. to provide a basis for a performance specification. After a few pulls, a poor stocking will show runs and lose it's shape. C.J. Pope, of the Bureau of Standards is shown with machine, 3/23/38
Small cotton farm, Kern County, California. The farmer keeps accounts. Each picker weighs his sack of cotton. In this case the sack weighs approximately fifty pounds. Took three hours to pick, for which, on basis of seventy-five cents per one hundred pounds of picked cotton, he will be paid thirty-eight cents
Woman doctor urges women be allowed to serve in U.S. Army on equal basis as men. Washington, D.C., Dec. 13. If Congress acts favorably on resolution recently adopted by the American Medical Women's Association, women may yet serve in the United States Army with rank, uniform and pay commensurate to that of men. One of the few women practitioners engaged by the Army as contract surgeon during the World War, Dr. Kate B. Karpeles, above, National President of the A. M.W.A., says the single standard is desired only in time of war or other great national emergency. Its primary purpose being to release male physicians for duty in the field. Dr. Karpeles emphasizes that equal treatment should be given not only surgeons of both sexes, but also technicians, laboratory workers and other classes of medical fighters, 12/13/38
Fox ranching is about the main commercial operation on the various inhabited Aleutian Islands. The islands form a vast wildlife refuge but fox ranching is permitted under license by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service of the Department of the Interior. There are very few wild animals on these islands although there were once a number of wild foxes. The foxes which form the basis of the Aleutian industry were generally imported
Members hear Nebraska Senator flat National Labor Relations Board. Washington, D.C., Jan. 27. Members of the National Labor Relations Board listen intently as Senator Burke, Democrat of Nebraska, today charged before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee that enforcement of the Wagner Labor Act by the NLRB has produced more strife and misunderstanding between employee and employer than ever existed before. Senator Burke made the charge as the basis for his demand for a Senate investigation of the Board. Left to right can be seen: Edward S. Smith, Donald Wakefield Smith, and J. Warren Madden, Chairman of the Board, 1/27/38
Abandoned tenant house seen across tractored fields. Hall County, Texas.  Many tenants who have filled the land on the family-farm basis are made landless, forced by the machine into the towns, or reduced to day labor on the farms. Large numbers who have gone to the towns have fallen on relief, or even have sought refuge in distant parts. Not only is their security gone, but the opportunity even to rise to ownership is diminished, for profitable operation of mechanized farms requires more land and more capital equipment per farm
Townsend bill plan dishonest sponsor tells house committee. Washington, D.C., Feb. 2. Rep. Harry Sheppard, left, democrat of California, today told the House Ways and Means Committee he was 'washed up' with the Townsend Old-Age Pension Organization because he did not believe it was functioning on an 'honest basis'. Sheppard, who introduced the Townsend Bill in the last session of Congress, urged approval of a new measure sponsored by the General Welfare Federation of America. He is pictured with Thomas E. Boorde, center, president of the General Welfare Federation, and Arthur L. Johnson, secretary of the organization, 2-2-39
Townsend bill plan dishonest sponsor tells house committee. Washington, D.C., Feb. 2. Rep. Harry Sheppard, left, democrat of California, today told the House Ways and Means Committee he was 'washed up' with the Townsend Old-Age Pension Organization because he did not believe it was functioning on an 'honest basis'. Sheppard, who introduced the Townsend Bill in the last session of Congress, urged approval of a new measure sponsored by the General Welfare Federation of America. He is pictured with Thomas E. Boorde, center, president of the General Welfare Federation, and Arthur L. Johnson, secretary of the organization, 2-2-39
Migrant man stopped along the roadside in town to buy some potatoes which will form the basis for their noonday meal. Near Henryetta, Oklahoma
Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. In the neighborhood where the Salvation Army operates. Sedan service to Los Angeles on share the expense basis
Migrant family emerging from grocery store where they have stopped along the road in order to buy bread and potatoes, which will form the basis for their noonday meal. Near Henryetta, Oklahoma
Gasoline ration card B2. This card is issued to the owner of a registered vehicle who has satisfied the rationing authorities that his vocational requirements are not properly met by the basic card A, and also exceed those provided by the card B1. The Registrar determines an applicant's right to the B1, B2 and B3 cards on the basis of the facts set forth in the application
Mail boxes near Auburn, California. Notice the Japanese name. The Japanese are moving into this section on a subsistence farming basis as the older settlers who have not adjusted themselves to changing market conditions move out. Placer County, California
Kitchen of Perry Warner, small farmer in Tehama County, California. He is a FSA (Farm Security Administration) client and rents three separate fifteen acre patches of land, two of which are adjacent and  are rented on share basis; the other patch is rented on a cash basis. His main crops are pigs and dairy cattle
Governor Leverett Saltonstall of Massachusetts officially launches Paul Bunyan woodchopping contest in Massachusetts on Washington's birthday under the sponsorship of Granges and Farm Bureaus in the New England states, New York and Pennsylvania, in cooperation with the War Production Board (WPB) Northeast Lumber Production Campaign. Governor Saltonstall is here shown pulling over a tree he has chopped on his Dover, Massachusetts farm. Farm woodchopping champions of eight Northeast states will be honored in Washington on basis of their individual log production, February 22 to April 1, to provide lumber for war needs
Harvesting wheat with a combine on a share's basis, getting about forty bushels to the acre. About ten miles north of Culbertson, Montana, on the road to Froid
Aluminum. Plant number eight of the Reynolds Metal Company, Louisville, Kentucky. Rod and sheet stock as well as fabricated airplane parts are manufactured here. Plant capacity is being expanded rapidly while existing facilities are used on a twenty-four hour, seven day week basis
Harvesting wheat with a combine on a share's basis, getting about forty bushels to the acre. About ten miles north of Culbertson, Montana, on the road to Froid
Dr. Lee's traveling clinic serves families at Sabine Farms, near Marshall, Texas. Dr. Lee is employed by the Sabine families on a cooperative basis
Harvesting wheat with a combine on a share's basis, getting about forty bushels to the acre. About ten miles north of Culbertson, Montana, on the road to Froid
Soldier inspecting new bantam truck at Fort Myer, Virginia. This small light truck, known officially as the "Truck 1/4-ton 4x4," is a small, low-silhouette, narrow-tread, 4-wheel drive car without armor protection, which is designed to carry three men and their individual weapons. It can also be used as an ammunition carrier. It is not currently contemplated that the vehicle itself will be armed. If this vehicle proves satisfactory under the exhaustive tests now in progress, its place in the Calvalry Team will be to furnish road and cross-country transportation for small rifile units whose normal function would include reconnaissance, security and dismounted combat. Frequently these rifle units will be employed with mechanized cavalry elements, such as Scout Car platoons, to extend the reconnaissance and supplement the fire power of larger units. This newly developed 1/4-ton truck has many advantages over motorcycles and moto-tricycles: it can carry three men, where the others are designed for two; it has more cross-country ability and ruggedness than the motorcycles; it is relatively quiet; its light weight permits manhandling; it's to be employed to carry either three men or a cargo weapon; it's easily concealed. With a few exceptions, these small vehicles will replace on a one-for-one basis the motortricycles and motorcycles with side cars now in use
Conversion. Watch cases to war production. No time out for eating on an overtime job. Making bomb sights comes easy to him, for he has had long experience in precision work at a commercial Kentucky watch case factory now entirely on a war production basis. Wadsworth Watch Company, Louisville, Kentucky
Greenbelt, Maryland. High school band in green uniforms giving a band concert on Memorial Day. Membership in the band is competitive, on the basis of talent. The band bought secondhand instruments and reconditioned them. It had made itself completely self-sufficient financially by giving benefit performances
Greenbelt, Maryland. Federal housing project. View across plaza of the shopping center showing the moving picture house. All stores including the movie house are run on a cooperative basis
Manpower. Grain threshing. The ripe kernels of grain flowing from this threshing machine will help keep America, and her allies, strong. Much of this season's harvest will be shipped abroad on a lend-lease basis. Father and sons contribute their manpower to provide this vital food
Conversion. Frying pans to aircraft parts. One of the owners of an Eastern manufacturing company explains the workings of a soundproof auxiliary engine cover to a friend. He's producing this engine cover on an experimental basis now, along with small aircraft parts, instead of the egg poachers and frying pans he used to make before converting his plant to war production. This cover will enclose motors used on four-engine bombers to take care of retracting gear and other essentials not connected with the main drive engine. Precision Metal Company, New York City, New York
Greenbelt, Maryland. Federal housing project. Dr. J.M. Silagy leaving the medical center to call on a patient at his home. Greenbelt doctors carry on a private practice, although there has been talk of putting them on a salary basis
Manpower. Negro arsenal workers. Robert Scott, one of the many Negro workers in a large Eastern arsenal, is fondling a little "bundle for Berlin." These 75 mm shells are being turned out on a mass production basis in this arsenal which works around the clock. Edgewood Arsenal. Edgewood, Maryland
Grinding bullet dies. Here, in the shop of a small manufacturer of saws and knives in downtown New York City, a workman grinds bullet dies to close tolerances on a special surface grinding machine. This fully converted shop is carrying out heat treating, straightening and surface grinding work on hundreds of small ordnance, aircraft and other parts, on a subcontract basis
Fiberglass manufacture, Owens-Corning, Toledo, Ohio. Fiberglass workers in a plant of the Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation relax during the lunch hour. The plant is on a twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week production basis
Women in war. Machine gun production operators. Operating a multiple drill press with speed and accuracy, this young woman is taking an active and important part in the war effort. She's machining gun parts in a Midwest plant which has shifted from production of spark plugs to the manufacture of machine guns on a full-time war basis. A.C. Spark Plugs
Full speed ahead--Victory style. Speeding is out for the duration. In Washington, D.C., speed limits were lowered from 40 miles per hour to 35 within 24 hours after the Baruch Rubber Investigating Committee recommended the lower speed on a nationwide basis. Photo shows new sign being erected
Production. Submarines. As the shift changes, workers pour out of the shipyards at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, where submarines are built on a twenty-four-hour day, seven-day week basis
Torpedo inspection. Assistant shop superintendant at an eastern Navy arsenal, which is working on a twenty-four hour basis for the war program
Conversion. Automobiles to 40 mm. anti-aircraft guns. 40 mm. anti-aircraft gun barrels for the U.S. Army are machined and finished in a former automobile plant. First they are cut to size and then their centers located. After that, they go down long machining lines where they are finished by mass production methods. Never before has any manufacturer attempted to make gun barrels of this size on a mass production basis. Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Detroit
A line of forges that seem endless is turning out a stream of shells that is endless. The auto manufacturing plant that used these same forges for car parts is now on a full wartime production basis. Oldsmobile, Lansing, Michigan
Orange, Texas. Extended school day program in the public schools. These children of working parents, arrive at the schools as early as 6 a.m. to enable parents to get to work on time. They they go back to bed on cots in the school corridor until time for the regular school day to begin. After school, recreation is conducted on a hobby basis until their parents call for them at 6 p.m.
Orange, Texas. In the extended school day-program in the public schools, some children of families where both parents are employed come to school as early as 6 a.m. to enable the parents to get to work. They go back to bed on cots in the school corridor. Then they get up and go through the regular school day. After school until the parents call for them, up to 6 p.m., they have a recreation program conducted on a hobby basis. These children are playing after school waiting for their parents to finish work
Cleveland, Ohio. Unloading iron ore from a lake freighter by means of Hewlett [i.e., Hulett] unloaders at the Pennsylvania Railroad docks. Payment for the ore is on the basis of analysis of these samples
Consumers, of course, usually buy rationed items in the form described in the consumer table and use points accordingly. But if a consumer wishes to buy an item in the larger form described in the trade table, he may do so. In that case he pays points on the basis of the trade table
Arlington, Virginia. Girl getting food in the service shop at Idaho Hall, Arlington Farms, a residence for women who work in the U.S. government for the duration of the war. The shop help is run on a self-service basis
Daytona Beach, Florida. Bethune-Cookman College. Students attending the agricultural college picking cabbages and other vegetables, which help the school stay on a self-sustaining basis
Lease lend loadings. Company marker putting his mark on goods to be sent on a lend lease basis to Cairo. That big "X" indicates name of the ship for which the cargo is intended
Lease lend loadings. Loading guns aboard ship, to be sent abroad on lend lease basis. Note inscriptions on crates
United States "lend-lease" program in eastern India. Valuable mica is packed for shipment to the United States from India. Mica is essential in the manufacture of aircraft, some sixteen pounds being used in each bomber. It is furnished to the United States on a reverse lend-lease basis and enjoys top priority of transport
Food in Britain. This poultry club in England has been organized by a group of air raid wardens on a communal basis. By forming a group, they get rationed feed for the hens and share the eggs. The enterprise is conducted in one of the most aristocratic of London squares--Eaton Square, in the heart of fashionable Belgravia
Lease lend loadings. Awaiting shipment abroad, this truck contains a mobile dental laboratory for Australian forces in Egypt. From the pier, it will be rolled on to a barge, then hoisted on ship along with similar equipment exported on a lend lease basis
Lease lend loadings. Awaiting shipment across the sea on a lend-lease basis, these twin-engine light Douglas bombers are ready to be hoisted from barge to deck
United States "lend-lease" program in eastern India. Valuable mica is packed by Indian workmen for shipment to the United States. Mica is essential in the manufacture of aircraft, some sixteen pounds being used in each bomber. It is furnished to the United States on a reverse lend-leasee basis and enjoys top priority of transport
Women in essential services. Ruth Anderson, San Francisco's only woman radio news reporter, has entered a field formerly open only to men. A graduate of radio soap operas, Miss Anderson began her newscasts last October on a probational basis and has been editing, preparing and broadcasting reports on world news ever since
Not only retailers, but institutions, industrial users, wholesalers,  and primary distributors will usually buy rationed items in the form listed in the trade table and pay the points required by this table. However, when a retailer or anyone else wishes to buy a rationed item in the form listed in the consumer table, he will pay points on the basis of the consumer table
United States "lend-lease" program in eastern India. Valuable mica is packed for shipment to the United States from India. Mica is essential in the manufacture of aircraft, some 16 pounds being used in each bomber. It is furnished to the United States on a reverse lend-lease basis and enjoys top priority of transport
Orange, Texas. In the extended school day program in the public schools, some children of families where both parents are employed, come to school as early as 6 a.m. to enable the parents to get to work. They go back to bed on cots in the school corridor. They they get up and go through the regular school day. After school until the parents call for them, up to 6 p.m., they have a recreation program conducted on a hobby basis. These children are playing after school waiting for their parents to finish work
Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen. Stuntteam

Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen. Stuntteam

Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen. Stuntteam glosters Hawkershunters

Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen. Stuntteam

Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen. Stuntteam

Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen. Stuntteam glosters Hawkershunters

Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen

Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen

Kampioenschap stuntvliegen op basis Gilze-Rijen

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden opening van de kernweek te Leeuwarden, v.l.n.r. staatssecreraris Roolvink,

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden protesterende bevolking voor het provinciehuis

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden protesterende bevolking voor het provinciehuis

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden

Protestdemonstratie tegen uitbreiding basis Leeuwarden protesterende bevolking voor het provinciehuis

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