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Medici devices from BL Harley 5761, ff. 10v-11

Medici devices from BL Harley 5761, ff. 10v-11

Frontispiece with the title in epigraphic capitals within the Medici device of a diamond ring (f. 10v). On the facing page, a full border with flowers, birds, putti, portrait medallions, and the Medici ring dev... More

"Design for the Water Clock of the Peacocks", from the Kitab fi ma'rifat al-hiyal al-handasiyya (Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices) by Badi' al-Zaman b. al Razzaz al-Jazari
"Design for a Cup to Serve Wine at Drinking Parties", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari
"Design on Each Side for Waterwheel Worked by Donkey Power", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari
"Figure for Use at Drinking Parties", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari
"The Elephant Clock", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari
"Design for a Clock in the Form of an Elephant with an Indian Driver", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari
Royal arms of England and devices of Henry VIII from BL Royal 8 G VII, ff. 2v-3

Royal arms of England and devices of Henry VIII from BL Royal 8 G VII,...

Miniature of the royal arms of England supported by a red dragon and a white greyhound, surmounted by a crown and encircled by the Garter, with a Tudor rose and a pomegranate; and an illuminated initial 'T'(eno... More

"Design for the Water Clock of the Peacocks", from the Kitab fi ma'rifat al-hiyal al-handasiyya (Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices) by Badi' al-Zaman b. al Razzaz al-Jazari
"Design on Each Side for Waterwheel Worked by Donkey Power", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari

"Design on Each Side for Waterwheel Worked by Donkey Power", Folio fro...

Badi' al-Zaman ibn al-Razzaz al-Jazari (1136–1206) Attributed to probably Syria

"Design for a Cup to Serve Wine at Drinking Parties", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari
"Figure for Use at Drinking Parties", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari

"Figure for Use at Drinking Parties", Folio from a Book of the Knowled...

Badi' al-Zaman ibn al-Razzaz al-Jazari (1136–1206) Made in probably Syria

"The Elephant Clock", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari
"Design for a Clock in the Form of an Elephant with an Indian Driver", Folio from a Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari
Tiles with the devices of Claude d'Urfé
Tiles with the devices of Claude d'Urfé

Tiles with the devices of Claude d'Urfé

Masséot Abaquesne (French, active 1538–57)

[Springs and devices for measuring their tension and strength]
Design for Three Chairs with Arms or Devices on Backs
[Sketches of various mechanical devices]

[Sketches of various mechanical devices]

Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: Facsimile of the sketch-book of Wilars de Honecort, an architect of the thirteenth century .... London : J.H. and J. Parker, 1859. Published in: The tradition of techn... More

decoration from "The Book of Wedding Days. Quotations for every day in the year, compiled and arranged by K. E. J. Reid, May Ross and Mabel Bamfield. With devices and decorations ... by W. Crane"

decoration from "The Book of Wedding Days. Quotations for every day in...

This image has been taken from scan 000108 from "The Book of Wedding Days. Quotations for every day in the year, compiled and arranged by K. E. J. Reid, May Ross and Mabel Bamfield. With devices and decorations... More

decoration from "The Book of Wedding Days. Quotations for every day in the year, compiled and arranged by K. E. J. Reid, May Ross and Mabel Bamfield. With devices and decorations ... by W. Crane"

decoration from "The Book of Wedding Days. Quotations for every day in...

This image has been taken from scan 000049 from "The Book of Wedding Days. Quotations for every day in the year, compiled and arranged by K. E. J. Reid, May Ross and Mabel Bamfield. With devices and decorations... More

Gene and her friend using General Electric Heating and Cooking Devices: young woman seated at table, removing toast from toaster

Gene and her friend using General Electric Heating and Cooking Devices...

120391 U.S. Copyright Office. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Ads; Cooking; Woman; Household appliances; Shelf.

Gene and her friend using General Electric Heating and Cooking Devices: young woman heating food in an electric, silver?, serving dish

Gene and her friend using General Electric Heating and Cooking Devices...

120389 U.S. Copyright Office. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Ads; Cooking; Woman; Household appliances; Shelf.

[Streetcars - testing devices for saving lives on car fenders]

[Streetcars - testing devices for saving lives on car fenders]

George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

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Type Safety Devices - Number 2

Type Safety Devices - Number 2

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

Type Safety Devices - Number 3

Type Safety Devices - Number 3

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

Type Safety Devices - Number 1

Type Safety Devices - Number 1

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

Type Safety Devices - Number 7

Type Safety Devices - Number 7

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

Type Safety Devices - Number 6

Type Safety Devices - Number 6

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

Type Safety Devices - Number 4

Type Safety Devices - Number 4

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

Type Safety Devices - Number 9

Type Safety Devices - Number 9

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

Type Safety Devices - Number 8

Type Safety Devices - Number 8

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

Type Safety Devices - Number 5

Type Safety Devices - Number 5

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

Airplanes - Historical - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, a new arm precluded by Armistice. Among new devices which Armistice prevented Royal Air Force from putting into use against enemy was torpedo-aeroplane. Considered to be greater potential value than submarine, and would doubtless have proved astonishingly efficient. Central News Service

Airplanes - Historical - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, a new arm precluded by...

Photographer: Central News Service Airplanes - Historical

Airplanes - Flight - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, A new arm precluded by Armistice. Among new devices which Armistice prevented Royal Air Force from putting into use against enemy was torpedo-aeroplane. Considered to be greater potential value than submarine, and would doubtless have proved astonishingly efficient. Central News Service

Airplanes - Flight - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, A new arm precluded by Arm...

Photographer: Central News Service Airplanes - Flight

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - New device for creating smoke screens. A number of these stove like devices have been placed in different sections of Paris, France. The device can create a heavy smoke screen which completely mantels the surrounding territory so that certain places cannot possibly be distinguished. The volume of smoke is so dense that a searchlight cannot penetrate it

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - New device for creating smoke screens. A ...

Photographer: International Film Service Camouflage - Smoke Screens

Balloons - Manufacturing - General - Lidgerwood specially designed winches for Kite Balloons. Have automatic drum tension devices, whereby a constant strain can be maintained on the hoisting line. This particular size winch can be regulated to maintain the strain constant up to 6,000 lbs. 50 on order U.S. Navy Bureau of Supplies & Accounts
American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Red Cross opens new model work rooms in New York. The American Red Cross on April 1, 1918 opened its model work rooms in the 5th floor of their New York Headquarters at 5th Ave. and 38th St., N.Y. Here volunteer workers were taught to operate the many new time saving devices. Mrs. William J. Howell and Mr. A.R. Baldwin operating one of the new sweater machines. Mr. Baldwin is a volunteer Red Cross worker

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Red Cross opens new model work ro...

Date Taken: 4/1/1918 Photographer: International Film Service American Red Cross - Miscellaneous

Kelly Miller's history  of the World War for Human Rights: A wonderful array of striking pictures made from recent official photographs, illustrating and describing the new and awful devices used in horrible methods of modern warfare, together with remarkable pictures of the Negro in action both in Army and Navy. [Title page]
Responsible post. Washington, D.C., Sept. 28. A post, which probably carries with it more responsibility than any other in the field of aviation, is held by Richard C. Gazley, New Chief of the Safety and Planning Division of the Bureau of Air Commerce, U.S. Department of Commerce. All problems relating to aircraft, airports, air transport, education, international relations, power plants, and radio development come under his direct supervision. One of the most important phases of his job is the developing and testing of all new safety devices for aircraft. In this picture, Gazley is shown inspecting an audio meter for testing radio receiving apparatus.
And now we have the "wool meter." Speaking of taxi-meters, yardsticks, and other measuring devices, the "wool meter" has been introduced by the Bureau of Standards. Described by the forbidding name "eriometer," this new instrument is intended to measure the diameter of wool fibers and thus indicate the relative qualities of the fleece entering into our wool clothes. H.J. McNicholas of the Textile Section is shown with his invention, which employs the principle of diffraction of light
Farmyard of Matt Henry near Tipler, Wisconsin. A primitive water tank hollowed from a tree and a windlass still in operation. Farmers in this region have to make many of their own devices because of lack of funds to purchase manufactured equipment
Interferometer tests standard gages for automobile manufacturers. Washington, D.C. May 28. I.J. Fullmer of the Bureau of Standards is shown with an interferometer by means of which differences in length are measured in terms of wave-lengths of light to the millionth of an inch. A four-inch square precision gage is being compared for length with the Bureau's standard 4 inch, which is rectangular in shape. These gages are tested against the master gages which the different auto manufacturers check their measuring devices so that the parts of the cars separately made can be, when assembled, fitted perfectly. The standard gage and the master gage are shwon being compared in the interferometer, 5/28/37
Painting a derrick, Seminole oil field, Oklahoma. Notice lack of safety belts. Painters say that safety devices slow them down too much
Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. To the left is a portion of the panels containing metering devices and to record the operations of generators such as this, which power a rolling mill
A suggestion box serves as idea headquarters at the Link Aviation Devices plant, Binghamton, New York. The war production drive headquarters offers national certificates and citations for ideas of outstanding value to the war effort and recommends that plants make awards for meritorious suggestions
Ordinary seaman Jackson becomes a D.E.M.S seaman gunner. After a four months' course at a naval training establishment, ordinary seaman Jackson became a seaman gunner on board a merchant ship, a member of the Navy's Defensively Equipped Merchant Ships Service. D.E.M.S gunners and gunners of the Maritime Regiments, soldiers who now serve beside them, have destroyed or damaged 228 enemy aircraft since the beginning of the war. Equipped with a great variety of new weapons and anti-aircraft devices, the D.E.M.S Service has grown from a nucleus of 1,300 men to nearly 20,000 trained seamen gunners and gunslayers. Soldiers originally recruited from the Army as a temporary augmentation, later took the name Maritime Regiments, thus reviving and carrying on the 17th century regiment of that name. Jackson, now a D.E.M.S seaman gunner arrives to join his first ship
Subcontracting (Wilbarger and Sons). These are special jigs and chucks designed and made at Wilbarger and Sons Shop, Harrisonburg, Virginia, for special war production jobs. The workers in many thousands of little shops such as this are using all their ingenuity to do what they can to speed the job of arming the men fighting for world freedom. In this shop, production, generally speaking, has been speeded up tenfold by such special devices as these
Denver, Colorado. The interior of a shipbuilding plant, showing a workman who previously worked on incubator parts and amusement park devices, now working on parts of hulls and decks of escort vessels. He and his co-workers will be invited to Mare Island, 1,300 miles away, to help launch the ships they are building
Brooklyn, New York. Ventilating engineer testing safety devices in a factory
Conversion. Jukebox plant. It's all for fun now, but his technical skill in operating this 130-ton capacity die stamping press will soon be applied to far more important production. This employee of an Eastern jukebox manufacturing concern is shown stamping out mounting frames for jukeboxes. When the boxes have been completed, this company will devote a large percentage of its time and space to production of electrical devices to be used by the Army and Navy. Rudolph Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, New York
Minneapolis. The job's done and Peter Dockas, right, who by his ingenuity transformed the basement of this appliance shop at 2622 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, into a war industry, smiles. Dockas today was packaging the last of 150 radio control devices manufactured for the U.S. Army Signal Ccorps, while W.R. Stephens, left, Minnesota manager of the War Production Board (WPB) contract distributions branch, and H.C. Timberlake, former manager who helped Dockas get his contract, look on
Conversion. Jukebox plant. Pinch hitting for metal, wood is now used in production of file cabinets in wartime America. Slides are among the few metal parts used in this manufacture and can be clearly seen in the picture. This shot was taken in an Eastern jukebox manufacturing concern whose production of electrical devices for the Army and Navy is steadily mounting. Rudolph Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, New York
Conversion. Jukebox plant. It's all for fun now, but her technical skill in assembling electrical devices will soon be applied to important work. When the last jukeboxes roll off this Eastern plant's assembly lines, control devices similar to those used on the amusement machines will be produced for America's armed forces. Rudolph Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, New York

Conversion. Jukebox plant. It's all for fun now, but her technical ski...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Caption card lists some of the printing history of image. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Informa... More

Conversion (auto accessory plant). Photo shows Benjamin Lapides (right) and his father Leon Lapides, owners of the firm at work assembling signalling devices for the U.S Navy searchlights. Firm converted from manufacture of automotive accessories to ninety percent war production
Conversion. Jukebox plant. It's all for fun now, but her technical skill in assembling electrical devices will soon be applied to important work. When the last jukeboxes roll off this Eastern plant's assembly lines, control devices similar to those used on the amusement machines will be produced for America's armed forces. Rudolph Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, New York
Conversion. Jukebox plant. It's all for fun now, but his technical skill in operating this multiple drill press will soon be applied to far more important production. That's a jukebox part under the drill but as soon as the jukeboxes now in the process of completion have been shipped out, this firm will devote a large percentage of its time and space to production of electrical devices to be used by the Army and Navy. Rudolph Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, New York
Conversion. Merry-go-round plant. Crated for shipment these shell ejectors for six-inch forty-seven caliber naval guns are a far cry from the peacetime production of the merry-go-round plant in which they were made. These plants have temporarily shelved its production of amusements devices to do its part in the war effort, protecting the right of Americans to enjoy the thrill rides it formerly made. Spillman Engineering Company, North Tonawanda, New York
Buried trolley tracks salvaged to aid war program. Recovering buried trolley track to provide scrap for the war effort is an operation handily performed by such devices as the one shown here. Pulled by a tractor, the apparatus disengages the track from the pavement and slides it back on the iron sawhorses. This photo shows the breaking up of the pavement as the old track is unearthed
War production drive. This huge thermometer outside a Westinghouse plant recorded the workers' purchase of bonds and stamps. Labor-management committees have reported that it is good psychology to display devices like this because both employers and employees are eager to show the public how good they are
To supplement bulletin boards, war production drive headquarters suggests that each plant have at least one information stand located near the plant's exit doors. This stand is used at the Link Aviation Devices plant in Binghamton, New York
Brooklyn, New York. Ventilating engineer testing safety devices in a factory
A bulletin board serves as a central source of up-to-date war production drive information at Link Aviation Devices, Binghamton, New York. A poster urges employees to contribute ideas for speeding up production. A lunch box painted in red, white and blue is used for suggestions
Conversion. Jukebox plant. Solonoid selectors, devices which play the right record for you on the jukebox are assembled by young girls working in a large East coast plant. After the last jukeboxes rolled off the assembly line, this company will use the same machines and operations to manufacture electrical control devices for the Army and the Navy. Rudolph Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, New York

Conversion. Jukebox plant. Solonoid selectors, devices which play the ...

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

Conversion. Jukebox plant. Solonoid selectors, devices which play the right record for you on the jukebox are assembled by young girls working in a large East coast plant. After the last jukeboxes rolled off the assembly line, this company will use the same machines and operations to manufacture electrical control devices for the Army and the Navy. Rudolph Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, New York
Conversion. Jukebox plant. Completed push-button panels for jukeboxes are stacked by an employee of a large Eastern concern whose product will shortly switch from amusement devices to electrical equipment for Uncle Sam's army and navy. Rudolph Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, New York
Washington, D.C. The U.S. Weather Bureau station at the National Airport. Wind direction and velocity are measured by these devices. The instruments are known as wind vanes and anemometers
Production. Shell loading. Weighing the propelling charges of smokeless powder before they are poured into shells at a large Midwest loading plant. This precise work is done mostly by women. Mechanical devices produced in the fuse division enable soldiers in the field to delay or accelerate the explosion of a projectile. Ravenna ordnance plant
Washington, D.C. The U.S. Weather Bureau station at the National Airport. Wind direction and velocity are measured by these devices. The instruments are known as wind vanes and anemometers
Washington, D.C. The U.S. Weather Bureau station at the National Airport. Wind direction and velocity are measured by these devices. The instruments are known as wind vanes and anemometers
NACA's Lockheed F-94B Starfire with Audio Recording Devices

NACA's Lockheed F-94B Starfire with Audio Recording Devices

A Lockheed F-94B Starfire being equipped with an audio recording machine and sensors at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory. The NACA was investigating the ... More

Researchers Demonstrate Liquid Transfer Equipment for Apollo 14 Test

Researchers Demonstrate Liquid Transfer Equipment for Apollo 14 Test

Two researchers at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Lewis Research Center demonstrate the test equipment they devised to study the transfer of liquid in microgravity onboard the Apollo 1... More

Magnetic Detection Devices (Infinetics Co. Displays anti-hijacking devices.)

Magnetic Detection Devices (Infinetics Co. Displays anti-hijacking dev...

Title and date from log book. Contact sheet available for reference purposes: USN&WR COLL - Job no. 23753, frame 15A. Forms part of: U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection.

SAFETY DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

SAFETY DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 2/25/1976 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 64 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

SAFETY DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

SAFETY DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 2/25/1976 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 64 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES EXHIBIT

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES EXHIBIT

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/22/1976 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 500 Location Room: CAFETERIA Photographs Relating to Agency Activ... More

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/22/1976 Photographer: JOHN MARTON Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES EXHIBIT

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES EXHIBIT

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/22/1976 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 500 Location Room: CAFETERIA Photographs Relating to Agency Activ... More

SAFETY DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

SAFETY DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 2/25/1976 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 64 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/22/1976 Photographer: JOHN MARTON Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 11/5/1976 Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO OPHTHALMIC DEVICES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/22/1976 Photographer: JOHN MARTON Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

Assistant Secretary of the Navy G.D. Penisten and his son sit in on a class on explosive devices given by MAJ J. Fasulo for the Navy midshipmen at Murphy's Demo Range, Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Assistant Secretary of the Navy G.D. Penisten and his son sit in on a ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Marine Corps Base, Quantico State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT R.L. Gommel Release Status:... More

TURNING DEVICES USED IN REPAIR OF NO. 43 ELLIOTT MOTOR COLLECTOR RINGS

TURNING DEVICES USED IN REPAIR OF NO. 43 ELLIOTT MOTOR COLLECTOR RINGS

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 3/15/1977 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TURNING DEVICES USED IN REPAIR OF NO. 43 ELLIOTT MOTOR COLLECTOR RINGS

TURNING DEVICES USED IN REPAIR OF NO. 43 ELLIOTT MOTOR COLLECTOR RINGS

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 3/15/1977 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TURNING DEVICES USED IN REPAIR OF NO. 43 ELLIOTT MOTOR COLLECTOR RINGS

TURNING DEVICES USED IN REPAIR OF NO. 43 ELLIOTT MOTOR COLLECTOR RINGS

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 3/15/1977 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TURBULENCE CONTROL DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

TURBULENCE CONTROL DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/3/1979 Photographer: HANK SEIDEL Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TURBULENCE CONTROL DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

TURBULENCE CONTROL DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/3/1979 Photographer: HANK SEIDEL Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TURBULENCE CONTROL DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

TURBULENCE CONTROL DEVICES, NASA Technology Images

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/3/1979 Photographer: HANK SEIDEL Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

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