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A hint from the cits, who beg to hear no more of tit bits

A hint from the cits, who beg to hear no more of tit bits

Poem and British cartoon urging young women not to marry old men. Hand-colored etching by George Cruikshank, publ. by William Sharp. Reference copy may be in SSF (Gr) - Marriage 181-. This record contains unver... more

Bits, John - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]
The Centennial - Bits from our artist's sketch-book

The Centennial - Bits from our artist's sketch-book

Wading thru mud, napping at a refreshment area, selling cigars, man with eyeballs all over his head in order to "see everything in a day". Caricatures of people at the Phila. Centennial Exhibition.

The Centennial - Bits from our artist's sketch-book. "Spanish soldier, a modern Jap., o'enry, Egypt[ian]"

The Centennial - Bits from our artist's sketch-book. "Spanish soldier,...

Frenchman exclaiming "Mon Dieu" at sight of model of Paris, and man too fat to fit thru entrance gate. Caricatures of people at the Phila. Centennial Exhibition.

The Centennial - Bits from our artist's sketch-book. Photographing a "deadhead"

The Centennial - Bits from our artist's sketch-book. Photographing a "...

Workers uncrating broken statuary. Caricatures of people at the Phila. Centennial Exhibition. Sketches by C.S. Reinhart. Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, 1876 June 3, p. 452. Reference copy may be in LOT 4435A. This... more

Centennial reminiscences [caricature of vignette scenes from 1876 Phila. Centennial expo., including "Indian carrying" (scalping scene), "bits of frontier life..." (handful of scalps) and "playthings of ... the poor Indian" (knives and tomahawks)]

Centennial reminiscences [caricature of vignette scenes from 1876 Phil...

Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, v. 21, (1877 February 10), p. 112. Ref. copy in SSF(Gr) - Indians Cartoons. Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Caption card tracings: Exhibitions 1876; Indian... more

Kairouan. Doorway between two courtyards in the Mosque of the Barber, showing details of the Moorish tiles and fine bits of Arabic stucco work above the door which is chiselled out of hard cement by hand / Lehnert et Landrock, Tunis.

Kairouan. Doorway between two courtyards in the Mosque of the Barber, ...

Blind stamp: Lehnert et Landrock, Tunis. Title from item. No. 523. No. 13.

Ceremonies - New York City - New York Armistice celebration. The business sections of the metropolis appeared as if a great snow storm had settled over it a few hours after the receipt of the news there of the signing of the armistice. Bits of paper were thrown from office buildings, and the effect is seen here

Ceremonies - New York City - New York Armistice celebration. The busin...

Photographer: International Film Service Ceremonies - New York City

Washington Does Better Than Two Bits

Washington Does Better Than Two Bits

This illustration entitled, "Washington Does Better Than Two Bits", by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Evening Star on June 16, 1917, shows a proud Mr. DC announcing that his city... more

Sharpening Blast Hole Drill Bits at Quarry Site

Sharpening Blast Hole Drill Bits at Quarry Site

This photograph depicts two men sharpening blast hole drill bits at the Pleasant Point and Carlow Island Dam quarry site for use in the construction of the dams for the Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project. Passam... more

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission being inspected at the first OPM (Office of Production Management) permanent exhibit at which samples of needed defense equipment and parts are shown to prospective producers. The exhibit opened on Tuesday, December 23 in the Boatmen's Bank building in Saint Louis, Missouri. Bits and pieces of needed war goods were exhibited by fourty-eight holders of large war contracts and by the Army, Navy and the U.S. Maritime Commission. It is planned to change the articles displayed in this exhibit as some of them become placed under contracts and subcontracts. Representatives of the Contract Distribution Division will be available regularly to advise manufacturers attending the exhibit. Similar routine exhibits are scheduled to open shortly in other cities throughout the country

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission bein...

Actual size of negative is B (approximately 5 x 7 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... more

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission being inspected at the first OPM (Office of Production Management) permanent exhibit at which samples of needed defense equipment and parts are shown to prospective producers. The exhibit opened on Tuesday, December 23 in the Boatmen's Bank building in Saint Louis, Missouri. Bits and pieces of needed war goods were exhibited by fourty-eight holders of large war contracts and by the Army, Navy and the U.S. Maritime Commission. It is planned to change the articles displayed in this exhibit as some of them become placed under contracts and subcontracts. Representatives of the Contract Distribution Division will be available regularly to advise manufacturers attending the exhibit. Similar routine exhibits are scheduled to open shortly in other cities throughout the country

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission bein...

Actual size of negative is B (approximately 5 x 7 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... more

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission being inspected at the first OPM (Office of Personnel Management) permanent exhibit at which samples of needed defense equipment and parts are shown to prospective producers. The exhibit opened on Tuesday, December 23 in the Boatman's Bank Building in St. Louis, Missouri. Bits and pieces of needed war goods were exhibited by fourty-eight holders of large war contracts and by the Army, the Navy, and the U.S. Maritime Commission. It is planned to change the articles displayed in this exhibit as some of them become under contracts or subcontracts. Representatives of the Contract Distribution Division will be available regularly to advise manufacturers attending the exhibits. Similar exhibits are scheduled to open shortly in other cities throughout the country

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission bein...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... more

Butte, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. First step in making bits for a pneumatic drilling machine is to heat a rod of the proper size; this rod is placed into machine which punches and forms the bit; this process is called drop forging. Bit plant of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company

Butte, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. First step in making b...

Annotation on original negative jacket. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information ... more

Butte, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. First step in making bits for a pneumatic drilling machine is to heat a rod of the proper size; this rod is placed into machine which punches and forms the bit; this process is called drop forging. Bit plant of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company

Butte, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. First step in making b...

Annotation on original negative jacket. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information ... more

Bits Of News Give The Enemy Clues.  THINK TWICE before YOU TALK!-- Contributed by your 7UP bottler
Butte, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Bits for the pneumatic drilling machines are classifed as to length of shaft in this automatic machine; a segregation of bits to one-thirty-secondth of an inch is maintained

Butte, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Bits for the pneumatic...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... more

Latch Made from Bit on Horsehoe Gate

Latch Made from Bit on Horsehoe Gate

Maker: Pedroli, Pete Handmade, ca. 1950

With Favorite Bridle, Copper Snaffle, and Braided Cotton Reins

With Favorite Bridle, Copper Snaffle, and Braided Cotton Reins

People in photograph: Wheelock, Chuck Horse gear

With Favorite Bridle, Copper Snaffle, and Braided Cotton Reins

With Favorite Bridle, Copper Snaffle, and Braided Cotton Reins

People in photograph: Wheelock, Chuck Horse gear

Ramasco Jewelry Store Interior with Cowboy Sculpture

Ramasco Jewelry Store Interior with Cowboy Sculpture

With cowboy sculpture, bits, and jewelry on counter

Spade Bit with Lady's Leg Design

Spade Bit with Lady's Leg Design

Source: Miller, Alvin Steel spade bit with silver facing engraved to represent a woman's gartered leg on cheek plate Maker: Staunton Co., Winnemucca, Nevada

Metal Cheek Plate Patterns

Metal Cheek Plate Patterns

Maker: Faupel, Leonard, Winnemucca, Nevada Pattern at right cut from coffee can, others from sheet zinc and a tobacco tin

Bridle with Curb Bit

Bridle with Curb Bit

Source: Stewart, Leslie and Marie "Salinas" type curb bit made by Garcia, bridle has flat split reins with romal, a kind of attached quirt Maker: Garcia Bit and Spur, Elko, Nevada

Miller and Tietjen Catalogue

Miller and Tietjen Catalogue

"Catalogue No. 6," source of supply and design for Leonard Faupel's handmade bits and spurs; ca. 1950 Source: Faupel, Marguerite and Wesley Maker: Miller and Tietjen, Reno, Nevada

Cheek Plates and Blanks with Stars

Cheek Plates and Blanks with Stars

Maker: Faupel, Leonard, Winnemucca, Nevada One steel plate with silver inlay on edge of shank; two steel blanks with star pattern

High Curb Bit

High Curb Bit

Source: Miller, Alvin Iron bit marked "Buermanns," was so inexpensive in the 1930s that it was called the "dollar and a half"

Metal Cheek Plate Blanks

Metal Cheek Plate Blanks

Maker: Faupel, Leonard, Winnemucca, Nevada Two steel blanks with areas outlined for silver inlay, one steel blank inlaid with silver, one plate cut from a silver sheet and engraved for use as overlay

Cheek Plates with Inlays and Blank

Cheek Plates with Inlays and Blank

Maker: Faupel, Leonard, Winnemucca, Nevada Bottom cheek plate blank in popular "Lady's Leg" pattern; top "Chileno" cheek plate displays silver inlay on the high arch; middle cheek plate blank made of 3/16-inch ... more

Hats and Bit

Hats and Bit

People in photograph: Miller, Alvin Hats belonged to Alvin Miller (2), Miller's Uncle Lawrence Miller, and Nevada pioneer Paul Tobin

Flowers and a wreath float past the mooring bits of the sunken battleship USS ARIZONA (BB-39). In the background, a Marine honor guard waits on a mooring block to fire a salute during the ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

Flowers and a wreath float past the mooring bits of the sunken battles...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pearl Harbor State: Hawaii (HI) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: JOCS Burlage Release Status: Released to Public C... more

Drill bits and shears are just a few of the tools to be used during an aircraft battle damage repair competition

Drill bits and shears are just a few of the tools to be used during an...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Davis-Monthan Air Force Base State: Arizona (AZ) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SRA Alan Wycheck Release Status:... more

Catching the spent smoking shells United States Air Force Major William Roy is in perfect sync with his 12 gauge Browning 893 "Ultra XS Skeet" double-barreled shotgun. For MAJ Roy, skeet shooting means blasting 200 out of 200 speeding clays to bits - the norm for this sharp shooter. Perfect scores like this are what's needed to be awarded the gold medal at the Olympics. To support this level of talent and skill, military members have the World Class Athlete program. This program provides active duty, Guard and Reserve athletes the opportunity to train full time in their sport for up to two years. Roy is a common sight at the remote U.S. Olympic skeet range at Fort Carson, Co. There you ...

Catching the spent smoking shells United States Air Force Major Willia...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: Catching the spent smoking shells United States Air Force Major William Roy is in perfect sync with his 12 gauge Browning 893 "... more

Preparing for another day of training, United States Air Force Major William Roy loads hundreds of clay pigeons into the voice activated launcher. For MAJ Roy, skeet shooting means blasting 200 out of 200 speeding clay pigeons to bits - the norm for this sharp shooter. Perfect scores like this are what's needed to be awarded the gold medal at the Olympics. To support this level of talent and skill, military members have the World Class Athlete program. This program provides active duty, Guard and Reserve athletes the opportunity to train full time in their sport for up to two years. Roy is a common sight at the remote U.S. Olympic skeet range at Fort Carson, Colorado. There you will find ...

Preparing for another day of training, United States Air Force Major W...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: Preparing for another day of training, United States Air Force Major William Roy loads hundreds of clay pigeons into the voice ... more

United States Air Force Major William Roy can shoot them out of the sky. Whether in his hey day at the stick of an F-4E fighter or now with his 12 gauge Browning 893 "Ultra XS Skeet" double-barreled shotgun. For MAJ Roy, skeet shooting means blasting 200 out of 200 speeding clay pigeons to bits - the norm for this sharp shooter. Perfect scores like this are what's needed to be awarded the gold medal at the Olympics. To support this level of talent and skill, military members have the World Class Athlete program. This program provides active duty, Guard and Reserve athletes the opportunity to train full time in their sport for up to two years. Roy is a common sight at the remote U.S. ...

United States Air Force Major William Roy can shoot them out of the sk...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: United States Air Force Major William Roy can shoot them out of the sky. Whether in his hey day at the stick of an F-4E fighter... more

United States Air Force Major William Roy can shoot them out of the sky. Whether in his hey day at the stick of an F-4E fighter or now with his 12 gauge Browning 893 "Ultra XS" double-barreled shotgun. For MAJ Roy, skeet shooting means blasting 200 out of 200 speeding clay pigeons to bits - the norm for this sharp shooter. Perfect scores like this are what's needed to be awarded the gold medal at the Olympics. To support this level of talent and skill, military members have the World Class Athlete program. The program provides active duty, Guard and Reserve athletes the opportunity to train full time in their sport for up to two years. He is a common sight at the remote U.S. Olympic skeet...

United States Air Force Major William Roy can shoot them out of the sk...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: United States Air Force Major William Roy can shoot them out of the sky. Whether in his hey day at the stick of an F-4E fighter... more

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File name :DSC_0028.JPG File size :2.8MB(2950...

File name :DSC_0028.JPG File size :2.8MB(2950833Bytes) Date taken :2002/02/19 09:49:01 Image size :3008 x 2000 Resolution :300 x 300 dpi Number of b... more

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File name :DSC_0047.JPG File size :2.8MB(2931574Bytes) Date taken :2002/02/24 10:06:57 Image size :3008 x 2000 Resolution :300 x 300 dpi Number of b... more

File name             :DSC_0749.JPG  File size             :1.1MB(1174690Bytes)  Date taken            :2003/03/07 13:51:29  Image size            :2000 x 1312  Resolution            :300 x 300 dpi  Number of bits        :8bit/channel  Protection attribute  :Off  Hide Attribute        :Off  Camera ID             :N/A  Camera                :NIKON D1H  Quality mode          :FINE  Metering mode         :Matrix  Exposure mode         :Shutter priority  Speed light           :No  Focal length          :20 mm  Shutter speed         :1/500second  Aperture              :F11.0  Exposure compensation :0 EV  White Balance         :Auto  Lens                  :20 mm F 2.8  Flash sync mode       :N/A  Exposure difference   :0.0 EV  Flexible program      :No  Sensitivity           :ISO200  Sharpening            :Normal  Image Type            :Color  Color Mode            :Mode II(Adobe RGB)  Hue adjustment        :3  Saturation Control    :N/A  Tone compensation     :Normal  Latitude(GPS)         :N/A  Longitude(GPS)        :N/A  Altitude(GPS)         :N/A 03pd0676

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File name :DSC_0749.JPG File size :1.1MB(1174690Bytes) Date taken :2003/03/07 13:51:29 Image size :2000 x 1312 Resolution :300 x 300 dpi Number of b... more

Seaman Daniel Ball of Crystal River, Fla., unwraps the line around the bits on the fantail.

Seaman Daniel Ball of Crystal River, Fla., unwraps the line around the...

Arabian Gulf (May. 12, 2004) Seaman Daniel Ball of Crystal River, Fla., unwraps the line around the bits on the fantail aboard USS George Washington (CVN 73) as it prepares to get underway. The Norfolk, Va. ba... more

Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class Crystal Thompson takes the number two mooring line off the bits.

Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class Crystal Thompson takes the number two moori...

Naval Station Everett, Wash. (May. 13, 2004) Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class Crystal Thompson takes the number two mooring line off the bits in preparation for getting underway aboard the guided missile destroyer US... more

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, LA, 1-26-06 -- Cars, Trucks, and bits and pieces of homes clog drainage ditches and must be removed to restore drainage.  FEMA is working with the local Parishes (Counties) who have requested FEMA's help in clearing debris from Hurricane Rita.  MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo

[Hurricane Rita] Holly Beach, LA, 1-26-06 -- Cars, Trucks, and bits an...

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Bits and Pieces

Bits and Pieces

This MOC image shows the contact between an area of light-toned rock and an expanse of darker-toned materials on the floor of Coprates Chasma NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

Boatswain's Mate Seaman Bobby Kidd releases the bits after tensioning a mooring line on the fantail of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76).

Boatswain's Mate Seaman Bobby Kidd releases the bits after tensioning ...

PORT KALANG, Malaysia (Aug. 18, 2008) Boatswain's Mate Seaman Bobby Kidd releases the bits after tensioning a mooring line on the fantail of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76). Ronald ... more

Sailors apply primer to bits on the ship's deck.

Sailors apply primer to bits on the ship's deck.

ATLANTIC OCEAN (Oct. 19, 2010) Boatswain's Mate Seaman Ibrahim Hamani, right, and Boatswain's Mate Seaman Apprentice Roeneil J. Williams, both assigned to the deck division of the guided-missile cruiser USS Get... more

A Sailor runs a mooring line around bits aboard USS New York.

A Sailor runs a mooring line around bits aboard USS New York.

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. (Mar. 28, 2011) Boatswain's Mate Seaman Lee Domingo runs a mooring line around bits aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS New York (LPD 21) as the ship prepares to on-load the 24th M... more