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Buster Bill, the Park Row cut-up / K.

Buster Bill, the Park Row cut-up / K.

Illustration shows William Randolph Hearst painting a donkey yellow from a bucket of paint labeled "Riot & Rottenness"; he holds the donkey by a bridle labeled "Dem. State Machine". A dog, with the countenance ... More

Castro, the cut-up / Keppler with apologies.

Castro, the cut-up / Keppler with apologies.

Illustration shows Cipriano Castro, former president of Venezuela, dressed like Napoleon I, on board a ship, with the presidents of "Uruguay, Chile, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, [and] Argentina" standi... More

Small Town Cut-Up
Two members of a Soviet inspection team stand on the cut-up door of a Ground Launched Cruise Missile (GLCM) Transporter-Erector-Launcher (TEL) as they watch the destruction of other TELs. Forty-one GLCMs and their launch canisters and seven TELs will be disposed of at the base in the first round of reductions mandated by the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty

Two members of a Soviet inspection team stand on the cut-up door of a ...

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: MASTER SGT. Jose Lopez Jr. Relea... More

Small Town Cut-Up
Small Town Cut-Up
Small Town Cut-Up
A section of the worlds largest spruce "cut-up" plant, Vancouver Bks., Wash., 1918

A section of the worlds largest spruce "cut-up" plant, Vancouver Bks.,...

J234428 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Edward F. Marcell; May 12, 1919; DLC/PP-1919:45950. Printed on image at right: "[Copyright] 1918 by Marcell; Photo no. 194; Vancouver, Wash."

A section of the worlds largest spruce "cut-up" plant, Vancouver Bks., Wash., 1918

A section of the worlds largest spruce "cut-up" plant, Vancouver Bks.,...

J234428 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Edward F. Marcell; May 12, 1919; DLC/PP-1919:45950. Printed on image at right: "[Copyright] 1918 by Marcell; Photo no. 194; Vancouver, Wash."