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Chassis d'un moulin a sucre

Chassis d'un moulin a sucre

Sugar mill apparatus powered by wind, Haiti. Illus. in: Jean Labat, Nouveau Voyage ... Le Have, 1724, v. 1, oppos. p. 245. Reference copy may be in SSF (Gr) - INDUSTRY SUGAR MISC. 1724. This record contains unv... More

André Jacob Roubo - Développement des chassis à verres.
Automobil av märket Voisin. Cahassie 18 HP. Typ C 5.

Automobil av märket Voisin. Cahassie 18 HP. Typ C 5.

Automobil av märket Voisin. Cahassie 18 HP. Typ C 5.

Automobil av märket Voisin. Chassie 8 HP. Typ C 4.

Automobil av märket Voisin. Chassie 8 HP. Typ C 4.

Automobil av märket Voisin. Chassie 8 HP. Typ C 4.

K.u.k.Kraftwagen Werkstätte in der Cellulosefabrik Villach. Chassis, bei dem sich der rechte Scheinwerfer durch die Steuerung in die Richtung der Vorderräder stellt. Eigene Konstruktion.
K.u.k.Kraftwagen Werkstätte in der Cellulosefabrik Villach. Fertig reparierte Chassis vor der Probefahrt.
Colleges and Universities - University of Michigan - Adjusting the gears in a rear.  If they are not too noisy they try it again until it meets the approval of the instructor.  Chassis Department, Auto Mechanics. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Colleges and Universities - University of Michigan - Adjusting the gea...

Colleges and Universities - University of Michigan

College and Universities - University of Pittsburgh - Chassis Laboratory where all machines are repairs by S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps], of University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

College and Universities - University of Pittsburgh - Chassis Laborato...

College and Universities - University of Pittsburgh

At Arras. The chassis of a captured English tank. May 1917

At Arras. The chassis of a captured English tank. May 1917

German Military Activities and Personnel

College and Universities - University of Pittsburgh - S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] Men in chassis laboratory, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

College and Universities - University of Pittsburgh - S.A.T.C. [Studen...

College and Universities - University of Pittsburgh

Colleges and Universities - Texas Agricultural and Mechanic College - Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas.  Chassis work

Colleges and Universities - Texas Agricultural and Mechanic College - ...

Colleges and Universities - Texas Agricultural and Mechanic College

Colleges and Universities - Colorado Agricultural College - Vocational Training Corps, Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colorado.  Students learning to assemble chassis of trucks

Colleges and Universities - Colorado Agricultural College - Vocational...

Date Taken: 1918 Photographer: O.J. Watrous Colleges and Universities - Colorado Agricultural College

Colleges and Universities - University of Michigan - Trueing up a front axle.  Checking the results of their efforts.  Chassis Department, Auto Mechanics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Colleges and Universities - University of Michigan - Trueing up a fron...

Colleges and Universities - University of Michigan

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps - Vocational Training for S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] [Student Army Training Corps] at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. A critical stage in the assembling of a Ford Transmission. Chassis Department - Auto Mechanics

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Train...

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps

Mounting automobile body on chassis, Detroit, Mich.
Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Aeroplane parts. Aeroplane Chassis

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Aeroplane parts. Aeroplane Chassis

Date Taken: 1914 Airplanes - Miscellaneous

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Aeroplane parts. Aeroplane Chassis

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Aeroplane parts. Aeroplane Chassis

Date Taken: 1914 Airplanes - Miscellaneous

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps - Vocational Training for S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Checking the gather of front wheels, Chassis dept., - Auto Mechanics

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Train...

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps - Vocational Training for S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Learning the construction of truck worm drive. Chassis Department - Auto Department

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Train...

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps - Vocational Training for S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] [Student Army Training Corps] at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Adjusting shifting rods in Class B Truck Transmission. Chassis Dept. - Auto Mechanics

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Train...

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps

College and Universities - University of Texas - Local dispatch board in Chassis Division which takes care of parts to be repaired in this division as well as check on the parts that are sent to other divisions

College and Universities - University of Texas - Local dispatch board ...

Original Caption: Local dispatch board in Chassis Division which takes care of parts to be repaired in this division as well as check on the parts that are sent to other divisions. Each division has a similar d... More

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Aeroplane parts. Aeroplane Chassis

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Aeroplane parts. Aeroplane Chassis

Date Taken: 1914 Airplanes - Miscellaneous

Community service theatre. A moving theater mounted on an automobile chassis, said to be the first of its kind. It is conducted by the Community Service, Washington, D.C., for the benefit of poor children and the childrens hospitals
Frank Carter auto chassis
Arthur Henri Poole - February 9, 1924

Arthur Henri Poole - February 9, 1924

Brand spanking new, and a snip at £360 - this is the Vulcan Demonstration Van. Its chassis could take 20-25 cwt., and it was distributed by B.T. Lambert Ltd., 3 Cornmarket, Dublin...From examining shots of the ... More

[Automobile chassis on the way to final assembly]
Bilmontering på löpande band på AB Svenska Bilfabriken. 1/10 1934.

Bilmontering på löpande band på AB Svenska Bilfabriken. 1/10 1934.

Bilmontering på löpande band på AB Svenska Bilfabriken. 1/10 1934.

Bilmontering på löpande band på AB Svenska Bilfabriken. 1/10 1934.

Bilmontering på löpande band på AB Svenska Bilfabriken. 1/10 1934.

Bilmontering på löpande band på AB Svenska Bilfabriken. 1/10 1934.

And where does the depreciation hook on? Wash. D.C. Women drivers of the District of Columbia, intent upon finding out why their cars turn right when they signal for a left turn, and vice versa, are attending a driving school sponsored by the D.C. Federation of Women's Clubs. A few of the class is shown here examining a chassis in an effort to find out why certain things happen when certain gadgets are pushed or pulled. From the left: Mrs. Harry W. Wiley, past Pres. D.C. Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. Frances Golsen, Organizer and Conductor of the School for Safe Driving; Mrs. Ruth H.Snodgrass, Recording Secretary of the Federation of Clubs, and Mrs. Ernest William Howard, Jr., Chairman of Police and Fire Committee of the D.C. Federation of Women's Clbs. 11/26/35
This one-room hut built of rough lumber over the chassis of an abandoned Ford truck was the housing provided by a landlord for an illiterate wood-cutter, with a wife and seven children. Found on U.S. Route 70 between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee, near Tennessee River.  Family of nine lived and slept in this shack
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Twelve-year old girl of family of nine living in one-room hut built over the chassis of abandoned Ford truck in open field on U.S. Route 70 between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee. Near backward Tennessee section. View also shows one of the small boys in family; the girl is dressed in a meal sack
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
One-room hut housing family of nine built over chassis of abandoned Ford in open field between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee, near Tennessee River
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Luke Weldon, small farmer, and his son using ancient Buick (transformed by cutting down the chassis) as improvised tractor. Automobile bought in second hand car lot. Cost fifteen dollars. New Bridgeton, New Jersey
Three of the family of nine living in field in rough board covering built on old Ford truck chassis on U.S. Route 70, between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee. Their water supply was an open creek running near state highway
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Williston, North Dakota. Theodore F. Jeffries, squatter on street corner of Williston, North Dakota. This is an old truck, bright red, with the body removed from the chassis which he is fixing up for his winter home having lost his home to the loan company. County FSA (Farm Security Administration) supervisor advises that he was recently yardmaster on the Great Northern Railroad and that at one time he was one of the best reporters on the New York Times. He is now a radical
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Washing truck chassis before sending to garage for overhauling. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Army truck manufacture (Dodge). The body of a Dodge Army reconnaissance car being lowered into place on the assembled chassis. Bodies for each of the many types of army trucks are synchronized in production with the chassis for which they are intended and are carried from a distant part of the plant by an overhead tram conveyor and are lowered to the chassis with perfect split second timing
Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Dropping the power plant of a Dodge Army truck to its place in the chassis assembly. The complete motor, carried on an overhead conveyor, reaches the chassis moving along the assembly line at precisely the right time and place to permit steady production of these urgently needed army vehicles
Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Overhead conveyors eliminate heavy lifting and facilitate rapid production of trucks for the U.S. Army in the Dodge truck plant in Detroit. Shown above are workmen lowering the heavy rear axle of an army truck to its place in the chassis assembly by means of a special overhead carrier
Terrängvagn m/1940 typ TVB, chassi. På A 6-området.

Terrängvagn m/1940 typ TVB, chassi. På A 6-området.

Terrängvagn m/1940 typ TVB, chassi. På A 6-området.

Army truck manufacture (Dodge). The radiator, brush guard, and front fender assembly of a Dodge Army truck being lowered into position as the chassis moves steadily along the assembly line
Army truck manufacture (Dodge). The body of a Dodge Army reconnaissance car being lowered into place on the assembled chassis. Bodies for each of the many types of army trucks are synchronized in production with the chassis for which they are intended and are carried from a distant part of the plant by an overhead tram conveyor and are lowered to the chassis with perfect split second timing

Army truck manufacture (Dodge). The body of a Dodge Army reconnaissanc...

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

Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Crating Dodge Army trucks for overseas shipment. The trucks are shipped in lots of two, four or six to a box. When crates contain only two trucks, wheels and tires are included in the box, but where they are shipped in lots of four or more, there are separate boxes for the chassis, cabs, express bodies, wheels and tires, and sheet metal
Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Crating Dodge Army trucks for overseas shipment. The trucks are shipped in lots of two, four or six to a box. When crates contain only two trucks, wheels and tires are included in the box, but where they are shipped in lots of four or more, there are separate boxes for the chassis, cabs, express bodies, wheels and tires, and sheet metal
Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Dropping the power plant of a Dodge Army truck to its place in the chassis assembly. The complete motor, carried on an overhead conveyor, reaches the chassis moving along the assembly line at precisely the right time and place to permit steady production of these urgently needed army vehicles

Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Dropping the power plant of a Dodge Ar...

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

Army truck manufacture (Dodge). U.S. Army ambulance mounted on a Dodge truck chassis being given final inspection by government experts before it is delivered to the War Department
The chassis of an Army halftrac scout car get a workout. When this test driver at a large Midwest plant has put the machine through its paces, he'll know if the machine meets the exacting specifications of the Army. White Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Blitz buggies. This motor has just come off the conveyor line, and is being placed in the chassis. Ford River Rouge plant
Production. Halftrac armoured cars. Partly finished halftrac scout cars travel along a moving assembly line in a plant converted from the manufacture of safes and locks. The bodies are made in this plant and mounted on chassis produced in a converted automobile plant. Diebold Safe and Lock Company, Canton, Ohio
Blitz buggies. The body is securely fastened to the chassis, and the headlights adjusted. Ford River Rouge plant
Production. Halftrac armoured cars. A partly-finished halftrac scout car body is lowered on a chassis in an Eastern war plant which formerly produced locks and safes. Diebold Safe and Lock Company, Canton, Ohio
Production. Halftrac armoured cars. Preparing to install non-leaking gasoline tanks on the chassis of a halftrac scout car. The Eastern plant in which the body is made and installed formerly produced locks and safes. Diebold Safe and Lock Company, Canton, Ohio
The chassis of an Army halftrac scout car get a workout. When this test driver at a large Midwest plant has put the machine through its paces, he'll know if the machine meets the exacting specifications of the Army. White Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. Auto "graveyards" where old worn out automobiles are stripped of usable parts. Non-ferrous materials are burned out and the steel chassis and bodies are sent on to scrap iron and steel dealers. Such yards as these supply tons of scrap iron, steel and rubber yearly which is now being used to alleviate shortages in
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. An automobile graveyard outside Baltimore, Maryland. Scrapped oars are collected in such yards in every state. Usable parts are stripped from the chassis and the remainder of the car is sent to scrap iron dealers for processing and shipment to steel mills
Production. Halftrac armoured cars. Partly finished halftrac scout cars travel along a moving assembly line in a plant converted from the manufacture of safes and locks. The bodies are made in this plant and mounted on chassis produced in a converted automobile plant. Diebold Safe and Lock Company, Canton, Ohio
A halftrac scout car gets a touch-up job on the chassis assembly line of an Ohio truck plant. A durable finish protects the metal--and helps to bring the vehicle up to Army standards of smartness. White Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. Baling press and electro-magnetic crane in a scrap iron dealer's plant at Baltimore, Maryland. An entire automobile chassis and body are compressed into a small cube for shipment to steel mills where the scrap is converted into new steel. Sheet metal must be baled in this way to prevent its burning up in the fierce heat of the open hearth furnaces
Production. Halftrac armoured cars. Partly finished halftrac scout cars travel along a moving assembly line in a plant converted from the manufacture of safes and locks. The bodies are made in this plant and mounted on chassis produced in a converted automobile plant. Diebold Safe and Lock Company, Canton, Ohio
The body after being lowered, is securely fastened to the chassis and the headlights adjusted. Ford River Rouge plant
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. An automobile graveyard outside Baltimore, Maryland. Scrapped oars are collected in such yards in every state. Usable parts are stripped from the chassis and the remainder of the car is sent to scrap iron dealers for processing and shipment to steel mills
The fine maneuvering qualities of the Army's halftrac scout car depends largely on the tractor belt. The mounting of the belt on the chassis is handled deftly by a skilled crew on the assembly line of an Ohio truck manufacturer. White Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. Auto "graveyards" where old worn out automobiles are stripped of usable parts. Non-ferrous materials are burned out and the steel chassis and bodies are sent on to scrap iron and steel dealers. Such yards as these supply tons of scrap iron, steel and rubber yearly which is now being used to alleviate shortages in
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. Auto "graveyards" where old worn out automobiles are stripped of usable parts. Non-ferrous materials are burned out and the steel chassis and bodies are sent on to scrap iron and steel dealers. Such yards as these supply tons of scrap iron, steel and rubber yearly which is now being used to alleviate shortages in vital defense materials (U.S. Route 1, Baltimore-Washington Highway, August 1941)
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. Auto "graveyards" where old worn out automobiles are stripped of usable parts. Non-ferrous materials are burned out and the steel chassis and bodies are sent on to scrap iron and steel dealers. Such yards as these supply tons of scrap iron, steel and rubber yearly which is now being used to alleviate shortages in vital defense materials (U.S. Route 1, Baltimore-Washington Highway, August 1941)
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. Auto "graveyards" where old worn out automobiles are stripped of usable parts. Non-ferrous materials are burned out and the steel chassis and bodies are sent on to scrap iron and steel dealers. Such yards as these supply tons of scrap iron, steel and rubber yearly which is now being used to alleviate shortages in vital defense materials (U.S. Route 1, Baltimore-Washington Highway, August 1941)
Blitz buggies. After the motor has been placed in the chassis and its connections made, the body is lowered into plane. Ford River Rouge plant
A rugged, efficient power plant goes aboard the chassis of a halftrac scout car an Ohio truck plant is producing for our new mechanized Army. White Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio
The fine maneuvering qualities of the Army's halftrac scout car depends largely on the tractor belt. The mounting of the belt on the chassis is handled deftly by a skilled crew on the assembly line of an Ohio truck manufacturer. White Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. An automobile graveyard outside Baltimore, Maryland. Scrapped oars are collected in such yards in every state. Usable parts are stripped from the chassis and the remainder of the car is sent to scrap iron dealers for processing and shipment to steel mills
Halftrac scout cars. Laying the foundation of another power plant for an Army halftrac scout car. An engine block, already fitted with studs and bearing caps, starts its journey down the assembly line of a large Ohio plant. It will come off that line as part of a powerful, dependable engine, ready to take its place in the chassis that will be waiting for it. White Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Production. Jeeps. Another jeep for our armed forces nears completion. A body is lowered into place on a chassis in a large Midwest auto plant. Willy's, Toledo, Ohio
Bofors forty-millimeter mounts. The final operation in the manufacture of gun carriages for the Bofors forty-millimeter anti-aircraft guns is taking place on this horizontal milling machine. A workman of a large Midwest rubber company converted to war production is milling the top bearing trunion pads or supports. When this operation is complete, the carriage will be ready for attachment to the chassis which supports the gun and barrel
Production. Naval gun mounts. The chassis of a large naval gun mount nears completion as workmen of a Midwest machine shop perform final scraping and fitting operations. Westinghouse, Louisville
Conversion. Frying pans to aircraft parts. Peacetime production of this small Eastern manufacturing plant consisted of such objects as the aluminum photograph dryer (upper left), radio dials, and similar articles for civilian use. Its parts for America's fighting planes. Pictures above is one of the owners of the company. He's holding another peacetime product, a radio chassis
Trouble for warbirds. The buffer cylinder to a 37 mm anti-craft gun carriage chassis is assembled in an eastern arsenal. Production of these guns in quantities under the war program bodes no good to an unfriendly aircraft
Conversion. Toy factory. These two girls, Stephanie Cewe and Ann Manemeit, have turned their skill from peacetime production of toy trains to the assembling of parachute flare casings for the armies of democracy. Along with other workers in this Eastern plant, they have turned their skill to the vital needs of the day, and in many cases have seen to it that the machinery they used to use does Uncle Sam's most important work today. Stephanie, left, is assembling toy locomotives, driving screws and nuts with an electric screwdriver, while Ann is at her peacetime job assembling locomotive housings to their chassis. Today both girls are working with electric screwdrivers, assembling parachute flare casings. A. C. Gilbert Company, New Haven, Connecticut
Dodge truck plant, Detroit, Michigan. Beginning of packing of crate, showing chassis being lowered onto crate bottom
Production. War housing trailers. A complete side assembly of a war housing trailer is set in place and secured at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company. At this stage, the trailer chassis is held on jacks to give stability and to make fitting of sections fast and accurate
De Land pool. Bits and parts. The members of the De Land, Florida pool solved their welding problem on their first war contract with typical American ingenuity. F.W. Casey had to have a welding generator and couldn't buy one. So he took an old Overland chassis, mounted a Dodge motor on it, attached a Studebaker radiator, and connected a second-hand generator to the engine. The outfit performs with the same efficiency as a five hundred dollar factory job
Salvage. Backwoods auto graveyard. Maybe the one that got away was bigger, but this is a fair-sized catch for Uncle Sam's scrap drive. From the depths of a small lake near Zachow, Wisconsin hundreds of ancient jalopies are being resurrected by a Zachow auto dealer, who had been dumping cars into the lake for 20 years. A grappling hook, operated from a cable-way system, brings in the old chassis shown here
Natives unpacking the chassis of a U.S. Army truck somewhere in India
Production. War housing trailers. The floor of a war housing trailer is laid over a chassis in inverted position at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company. This facilitates installation of wheel wells of paper plastic and painted with asphaltic preservative paint. Drive screws hold the plastic wheel well in place
Detroit, Michigan (vicinity). Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant. Lowering an engine to the chassis of a Dodge Army truck. Vehicles for the armed forces move in a steady stream along this busy production line
Salvage. Backwoods auto graveyard. Maybe the one that got away was bigger, but this is a fair-sized catch for Uncle Sam's scrap drive. From the depths of a small lake near Zachow, Wisconsin hundreds of ancient jalopies are being resurrected by a Zachow auto dealer, who had been dumping cars into the lake for 20 years. A grappling hook, operated from a cable-way system, brings in the old chassis shown here
Production. Naval gun mounts. A big naval gun mount chassis is coated with aluminum paint before proceeding to assembly operations in a Midwest plant. Westinghouse, Louisville
Production. War housing trailers. Stepped-up production of war housing trailers caused an assembly line to overflow into a plant yard at both ends. View of the spill-over assembly line of Western Trailer Company at Los Angeles. Chassis seen here have been much simplified over former types, using a minimum of steel. Wood stringers replace metal formerly employed. The trailer in the background has sides in place and is now ready to hit the inside assembly line
Production. War housing trailers. A war housing trailer moves onto the assembly line of Western Trailer Company at Los Angeles. The chassis of the next trailer, in the foreground, is almost ready to receive sides
Production. War housing trailers. A war housing trailer takes shape at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company. Frame members have already been installed at the rear of this trailer, and the top is set in place. A new chassis is already in place at the right, ready to receive stringers
Charlotte, North Carolina. Steam cleaning a truck chassis which has been overhauled at the Brown Equipment Company
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. War production workers at the Heil Company making gasoline trailer tanks for the U.S. Army Air Corps. Assembling a chassis
A derrick moving a chassis as the men work ankle deep in water at an American truck assembly plant somewhere in Iran
United States "lend-lease" program in eastern India. A newly completed combat car on the testing ground "somewhere in India." The armor plate is put on the chassis in India. Lend-lease materials and equipment play a vital part in the manufacture of these cars
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