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[Portrait of Corp. Charles W. Chase, Company C, 7th Vermont Infantry]
[Portrait of Corp. Nailer, 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry, U.S.A.]
William E. Henry, supervisor, Const. Corp., U.S. Mil. Rds., Alex.

William E. Henry, supervisor, Const. Corp., U.S. Mil. Rds., Alex.

Photograph shows portrait of Henry in front of painted backdrop showing military camp. Originally in album belonging to Joel B. Clough, Civilian Engineer, United States Military Railroad, 1863 and 1864. Gift; F... More

[Bernard Bluecher Graves, Corp., C.S.A., three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front] / Rees.

[Bernard Bluecher Graves, Corp., C.S.A., three-quarter length portrait...

Title devised by Library staff. Typed on negative sleeve: Bernard B. Graves joined the Hanover Artillery May 22, 1861. In Oct., 1862, he was transferred to the Amherst Artillery and fought with it the remainder... More

[ U.S. Signal Corp. barometer, made by L. Casella, London, England]
Band Quarters of 9th or 10th Veteran Reserve Corp. Wash. D.C., April 1865.
Camp of U.S. Military R.R. Construction Corp near Manchester, Va., April, 1865

Camp of U.S. Military R.R. Construction Corp near Manchester, Va., Apr...

No. 735. Title from item. Gift; Col. Godwin Ordway; 1948.

Kroppa jvg , Kroppa JärnvägLok "Carl IX"? Gammalkroppa Herrgård.

Kroppa jvg , Kroppa JärnvägLok "Carl IX"? Gammalkroppa Herrgård.

Kroppa jvg , Kroppa JärnvägLok "Carl IX"? Gammalkroppa Herrgård.

No. 510, Hull no. 3, Mch. 7, '19. Virginia Shipbuilding Corp.
Possible key metal monopoly committee's study. Washington, D.C., May 8. The temporary National Economic Committee turned its investigation today upon the little known beryllium industry. Senator Joseph O'Mahoney, Co-chairman of the Committee, is shown here with Andrew Gahagan, President of the Beryllium Corp., of Temple, Pa., examining the crude ore and a sample hammer which is made from an alloy with beryllium. Gahagan described beryllium as an element, fourth in atomic weight from hydrogen, which can be combined with copper or nickel and certain other metals, to produce alloys of extraordinary hardness, lightness, and strength. The committee suspects that the metal may become a key material in industrial and war supply problems
At monopoly committee hearing. Washington, D.C., Nov. 3. Fred Schick, Comptroller of the Bethlehem Steel Corp., listening to witnesses today as the National Monopoly Committee continued its study of the steel industry
GMC Head signs on the dotted line. Washington, D.C., Dec. 6. William S. Knudsen, President of the General Motors Corp., signs a subpoena before appearing before the Monopoly Committee. George C. Arvedson, Counsel for the Automobile Manufacturers Association, looks on
Corp. John R. Danley
John W. Barriger, 3rd, Chief of Railroad Div., Reconstruction Finance Corp., as witness before the Monopoly Investigating Comm.
Big business at Industrial-Labor conference. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. Big business was well represented at the Conference of Industry and Labor in the Capitol today. Here we see, left to right: Edward A. Filene, President of William Filene's sons of Boston; Maj. George L. Berry, the President's Coordinator for Industrial Cooperation who presided the meeting; and Earl H. Walker, Labor Assistant to the Vice President of Shell Petroleum Corp., of St. Louis
Rep. Randolph, champion dunker of Congress. Washington, D.C., May 4. Rep. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia today bent an elbow, crooked a doughnut around a finger, dunked a decided dunk into his coffee, and was declared a champ. Rep. Caroline O'Day, runner-up, presented him with the cup while B.V. Little of the Mayflower Doughnut Corp., sponsor of the contest, looks on. Rep. Randolph will be officially presented with the cup this summer at the World's Fair in the Doughnut Company's exhibit
Corp. Geo. Miner
The lady dunks. Washington, D.C., May 3. Rep. Caroline O'Day, Representative at large from New York, today joined in the fun at the House restaurant. The occasion was a doughnut dunking contest, sponsored by the Mayflower Doughnut Corp. Rep. O'Day demonstrated such a light touch and delicacy of manner that she was declared the runner-up, while Rep. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia took the cup because he showed the right robustness and nonchalance
In spotlight at Senate Railroad Inquiry. Washington, D.C., Dec. 17. J.J. Anzalone, President of the Mid-America Corp., and Comptroller for many Van Swerigan companies, was questioned today by Chairman Burton K. Wheeler at the Senate Railroad financing inquiry. Anzalone told the committee of an option agreement between the Allegheny Corp., former Van Swerigan top holding Co., and the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Feb. 1, 1932 under which C&O agreed to buy 382,000 shares of Erie and Nickel Plate Railroad stock for $5,062,000. Chairman Wheeler attempted to show that this deal was a violation of the Sherman [Anti]-trust law
High finances. Washington, D.C., Dec. 19. Louis H. Seagrave, (right) former head of the United founders Corp., testifying at the Sec. Investment Trust Inquiry today told how he expanded a $3,182 investment to a heavy interest in companies with assets of more than $1,000,000,000. The Sec. is studying the Equity Corporation Group, which took over the United founders Corp. Seagraves is shown with David Schenker, Cousel for the Security and Exchange Commission
Called to testify before Monopoly Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 12. Called to testify late this afternoon before the Monopoly Committee were George Bovenzier of Kuhn, Loeb, & Co.; Charles Glore, of Glore, Forgan, & Co.; Edward N. Jesup of Lee Higginson Corp.; and Henry S. Sturgis, of the First National Bank of New York. All firms are of New York City
Steel magnates take oath before testifying at monopoly committee. Washington, D.C., Nov. 6. First witness before the National Monopoly Investigating Committee this afternoon were, left to right: H.L. Hughes, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President of U.S. Steel Corp., and Robert Gregg, President, Tennessee Coal, Iron, and Railroad Co., Birmingham, Ala.
Corp. S.R. Drew
Attentive listeners. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. Nathan L. Miller, General Counsel for U.S. Steel Corp., and Benjamin F. Fairless, President of the U.S. Steel Corp., listen attentively as the first witness testified when the National Monopoly Committee began its study today of the $4,000,000,000 steel industry
Corp. Frank H. Raidt
Big three of U.S. Steel. Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Interested spectators at today's session of the Monopoly Committee now investigating the $4,000,000[,000?] steel industry were, left to right: Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corp., Benjamin F. Fairless, President, and William Beye, Vice President
Signal Corp, USA, making camp
Author and sponsor of Wagner Labor Relations congratulate each other on Supreme Court decision. Washington, D.C. April 12. Today was a happy one for Senator Robert F. Wagner of New York, author of the Wagner Labor Relations Act, and Senator David I. Walsh, (right) of Massachusetts, who sponsored the bill in the United States Senate. They were together as they heard the Supreme Court uphold the validity of the act today--unanimously in the cases of the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp., and the Washington, Virginia and Maryland Coach Co. The decision was hailed by the government as one of its greatest victories in court.
The new 'flying tube' airship. Washington, D.C., Mar. 14. Immediate commercial development of a new lighter-than-air airship of novel design, which its engineering sponsors believe will revolutionize air transportation, bringing safety, speed, load capacity, and easy maneuverability to airship performance, was announced today. Air sucked through the tube will create a vacuum in front and give a propulsive kick at the outlet. Universal joints will be located at the entrance and exit of the tube, moving in any direction of the air intake and outlet, thus steering the flying tube. The ship will be entirely metal clad and the lifting power will be helium gas in aluminum partitions. Garret W. Peck, designer and vice pres. in charge of construction, left; and Clifford C. Jones, specialist with the Inter-Ocean Dirigible Corp., right, with the working model of the ship
Corp. W.O. Gorner
Corp. Mart Gentry
Corp. Walter E. Roberts
Attorney General of Penna. Appeals Washington D.C. July 8. Attorney General Charles J. [...]rgiotti, of Pennsylvania announced today that he would appeal to the NLRB for a speedy employee election [...] the Johnstown, PA. Plant of the Bethlehem Steel Corp. he is shown just before appealing to the board with Denny Lewis, right, brother of the CIO chief
Buffalo bankers before S.E.C. Washington, D.C. Jan. 17. The bankers from Buffalo, New York are shown in a huddle during a recess when they were testifying before the Securities and Exchange today. Left to right: Perry E. Wurst, Executive Vice-President of the Manufactures & Traders Trust Co.; Lewis G. Harriman, Pres. of the M.& T. Trust Co.; and Frank C. Trubee, Jr., President of the Manufactures and Traders Securities Corp.; all of Buffalo, New York
Monopoly Committee begins study of steel industry. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. Leaders of the nation's steel business were on hand at the Capitol today as the National Monopoly Committee began a study of the $4,000,000,000 industry. Here we see, left to right: Senator William H. King, a member of the committee, Edward R. Stettinius, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel Corporation, Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, co-chairman of the committee, Nathan L. Miller, General Counsel for U.S. Steel Corp., and Benjamin F. Fairless, President of U.S. Steel Corp.
Elmer J. Cunningham, of Nat'l Assoc. of Manufacturers & former Pres. of Radio Corp. of America, testifying before Senate Judiciary Comm.
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
Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, left, co-chairman of the Monopoly Investigating Comm., & Donald Brown, Pres. of the United Aircraft Corp., & Frederick B. Rentachler, Chairman of the Board
Big business at Industrial-Labor conference. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. Big business was well represented at the Conference of Industry and Labor in the Capitol today. Here we see, left to right: Edward A. Filene, President of William Filene's sons of Boston; Maj. George L. Berry, the President's Coordinator for Industrial Cooperation who presided the meeting; and Earl H. Walker, Labor Assistant to the Vice President of Shell Petroleum Corp., of St. Louis
Do not abolish present system, GMC head tells monopoly committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 6. William S. Knudsen, President of the General Motors Corp., today told the Monopoly Committee that to abolish the patent system would be 'bad for industry generally.' He added, 'it wouldn't mean much to General Motors but hurt the inventors'
Washington, D.C., Nov. 6. Eugene Grace, left, President of Bethlehem Steel Corp., and F.A. Shick, Vice President and Comptroller of the same corporation, were interested spectators at today's session of the National Monopoly Committee
International B[usiness] Machines Corp. grp. of men
Outdoor tuning coil - Radio Corp. of Am.
Corp. Thos. W. Sporrer
Wendell Wilkie, Pres. of the Commonwealth & Southern Corp. appearing before House Military Affairs Subcommittee, urging approval of Norris Bill so that the securities of the Tennessee Electric & Power Co. 'will not be totally destroyed'
Senate Finance Corp. - Harris & Ewing, Studio Portrait
Corp. Counsel Taggert
Corp. Newell B. Davis awarded the Cross of Honor at Walter Reed
Southern Stock Yards Corp., Richmond, Va.

Southern Stock Yards Corp., Richmond, Va.

H127831 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Haines Photo Co.; April 21, 1909; DLC/PP-1909:43815. Copyright claimant's address: Conneaut, O.

Monthly Progress Photo - Map Contract 1399, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo - Map Contract 1399, The Holbrook, Cabot and Ro...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo - Dry Dock No. 4 Looking Southeast, Contract 1389, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo - Dry Dock No. 4 Looking Southeast, Contract 13...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo - Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking Southwest, Contract 1399, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo - Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking Southwes...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo - Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking North, Contract 1399, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo - Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking North, C...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo - Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking Southeast, Contract 1399, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo - Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking Southeas...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, Looking North, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, Looking North, The Holbrook, C...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking North, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking North, Th...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Crack in Caisson, Looking West, The Holbrook Cabot and Rollins Corp. Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Crack in Caisson, Looking W...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Head of Dry Dock Looking Southeast, Holbrook, Cabot & Rollins Corp, Contractors

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Head of Dry Dock Looking So...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Wall from East Side, Holbrook, Cabot & Rollins Corp, Contractors

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Wall from East Side, H...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' JAMES J. HILL BEFORE COMMITTEE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' YOUNG OF MI; BARTLETT OF GA; STANLEY OF KY, CHAIRMAN; BEALL OF TX; LITTLETON OF NY; McGILLICUDDY OF ME.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' JAMES J. HILL BEFORE COMMITTEE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' YOUNG OF MI; BARTLETT OF GA; STANLEY OF KY, CHAIRMAN; BEALL OF TX; LITTLETON OFNY; McGILLICUDDY OF ME.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' YOUNG OF MI; BARTLETT OF GA; STANLEY OF KY, CHAIRMAN; BEALL OF TX; LITTLETON OFNY; McGILLICUDDY OF ME.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COMMITTEES. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. STEEL CORP., JANUARY 12, 1912. POPULARLY CALLED 'STEEL TRUST INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE' OR 'STANLEY COMMITTEE.' JAMES J. HILL BEFORE COMMITTEE
Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, March Monthly Progress Map, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, March Monthly Progress Map, Th...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, General View from Building 41, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, General View from Building 41,...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking North, U.S.S. North Dakota, The Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corp., Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, General View Looking North, U....

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Degradation of Corp. Grualt

Degradation of Corp. Grualt

Photograph shows the great courtyard of the Ecole Militaire in Paris, France, when Gruault, a French reservist was degraded (stripped of his military insignia and paraded before troops) for attempting to sell a... More

Recovering soldiers play basketball

Recovering soldiers play basketball

The players in the game seem happy and excited. It is unusual to see men and women interacting in images in this collection, making this scene all the more arresting...W.A.A.C. stands for Women's Army Auxiliary... More

[Corp. J. Mant] in Canadian Hosp. [i.e., Hospital], Le Touquet

[Corp. J. Mant] in Canadian Hosp. [i.e., Hospital], Le Touquet

Photograph shows nurse bandaging head of a soldier at the Canadian base hospital in the Hotel du Golf, Le Touquet, France during World War I. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2012)

F.H. Burnside, Lt. Anthony Sunderland, J.D. Hill, Corp. C.T. Robbins

F.H. Burnside, Lt. Anthony Sunderland, J.D. Hill, Corp. C.T. Robbins

Photograph shows Frank H. Burnside, Lt. Anthony Sunderland (Connecticut National Guard student), James D. Hill, instructor; Corp Charles Robbins (Arkansas National Guard student) at the Thomas School of Flying.... More

Caricature Drawing for Founders' Day
Field Day Participants

Field Day Participants

John Fitzgerald Kennedy's Steward of the Future developed a field day for community members to come together and interact with Rangers, SCAs, and Stewards of the Future. Stewards of the Future from all of the t... More

Field Day Creators

Field Day Creators

These bright folks made the John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site's field day possible with lots of planning and creativity. Hoping to have a year next year with bringing the community together.

Hula "The Hoop"

Hula "The Hoop"

Stewards of the Future and SCA finding a new use for the equipment of the 19th century lawn game, "The Hoop". Hula anyone?

Teach Back Moment

Teach Back Moment

Stewards of the Future and YCC learn from Branching Out's experience at Longfellow House - Washington's Headquarters NHS.

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Main Office Building
Airplanes - Materials - Machines sewing wing covers, etc. Standard Aircraft Corp. Elizabeth, N.J

Airplanes - Materials - Machines sewing wing covers, etc. Standard Air...

Date Taken: 5/21/1918 Photographer: Standard Aircraft Corp. Elizabeth, N.J. Airplanes - Materials

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Sectional view De Haviland machine
BARNES, JULIUS HOWLAND. PRESIDENT, U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION-GRAIN CORP. 1917-1919
Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., Aileron Assembly
Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., General view Metal Div
Ceremonies and Parades - Victory Parade, Worthington Pumps & MCH. Corp. float, Hazleton, PA
Shipways, Virginia Shipbuilding Corp., Feb 14, '19
Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Hispano-Suiza Airplane Engines; Wright-Martin Aircraft Corp., New Brunswick, N.J. Enameling water jackets

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Hispano-Suiza Airplane Engines; Wr...

Photographer: Wright-Martin Aircraft Corp. Airplanes - Engines

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Airplane construction. Inspection of parts of the plane. Standard Aero Corp. of Elizabeth, N.J. From C.P.I

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Airplane construction. Inspection o...

Photographer: C.P.I. Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Sectional view De Haviland machine
Airplanes - Types - Gallaudet chummy flyabout. From Gallaudet Aircraft Corp

Airplanes - Types - Gallaudet chummy flyabout. From Gallaudet Aircraft...

Photographer: Gallaudet Aircraft Corp. Airplanes - Types

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Soldering Dept., Plant No. 1
Airplanes - Types - Manufacturing airplanes at Standard Aircraft Corp. Elizabeth, N.J. Standard Model H.3, tractor elementary training plane, type not used

Airplanes - Types - Manufacturing airplanes at Standard Aircraft Corp....

Date Taken: 3/15/1918 Photographer: Standard Aero Corp. Airplanes - Types

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Types of airplanes. "M" Defense Machine. Standard Aero Corp., N.Y., Elizabeth, N.J
Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Manufacturing airplanes for the government, Standard Aircraft Corp. Elizabeth, N.J
Armor - Body and Helmets - Manufacturing helmets. Large power pres for shaping helmets in the plant of Hale & Kilburn Corp. Phila., PA

Armor - Body and Helmets - Manufacturing helmets. Large power pres for...

Photographer: Hale & Kilburn Corp. Armor - Body and Helmets

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Alleron Dept
Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Dept. of Accounts
Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - U.S. Aircraft Corp. Redwood City, California
Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Wing Assembly No. 1
Airplanes - Materials - Raising castor beans. View of plantation No. 2 of the United West Indies Corp. San Michel, Haiti. This was taken after six weeks of planting. Haitian Products Co

Airplanes - Materials - Raising castor beans. View of plantation No. 2...

Photographer: Haitian Products Co. Airplanes - Materials

Airplanes - Types - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., De Haviland machine completed
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