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Collar with drop beads that is an element in a pectoral
String of carnelian, beryl and steatite drop beads
String of carnelian, beryl and steatite drop beads
Mold for a Drop Bead

Mold for a Drop Bead

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Malqata, Khor west of camp or E. side of S. Village, MMA excavations, probably 1911–12 New Kingdom

Beker met het opschrift: Somtijds sop Somtijds drop
Pembroke Table, unknown artist
A new drop scene for D. L. T. / Thaumaso Scrutiny, Esqr., delt. & sculp. ; [De Wilde]., British Cartoon Print

A new drop scene for D. L. T. / Thaumaso Scrutiny, Esqr., delt. & scul...

"A fantastic scene on the stage of Drury Lane Theatre. Tradegy and Comedy are being done to death by the management, while dogs and imitation animals are made ready to perform ..." (Source: George) This record ... More

O'Connell and the Minister at the bar of the (Crown) and (Anchor) trying to settle a knotty point over a drop of Irish whiskey, British Cartoon Print

O'Connell and the Minister at the bar of the (Crown) and (Anchor) tryi...

"Wellington (left) stands facing O'Connell with a smile, right hand held out..." (Source: George) This record contains unverified data from George. [Williams]. Above the design as an alternative title: To Be or... More

Working men, attention!! it is your imperious duty to drop your hammers and sledges! ... and attend the great meeting ...

Working men, attention!! it is your imperious duty to drop your hammer...

Broadsides relating to American labor organization activities. Reference copy may be available in Lot 4403. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card, with subsequent revisions. Caption card t... More

Working men, attention!! It is your imperious duty to drop your hammers and sledges! one and all, to your post repair, this afternoon, at five o'clock P.M. and attend the great meeting called by the papers of this morning, to be held at the City

Working men, attention!! It is your imperious duty to drop your hammer...

On verso: 24 Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 196, Folder 11.

Letting the last "Democratic drop"

Letting the last "Democratic drop"

The only obvious portrait in this crudely drawn satire is that of Republican candidate John C. Fremont (right). An emaciated man (center) sits in a chair near an open window. He is apparently James Buchanan, a... More

I likes a drop of good beer. H. De Marsan, publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y
Lincoln- "I'm sorry to have to drop you, Sambo, but this concern won't carry us both!"

Lincoln- "I'm sorry to have to drop you, Sambo, but this concern won't...

Print shows Abraham Lincoln, in a life preserver labeled "Union", on a storm tossed sea, pushing away an African American man who had been clinging to him; next to them floats a hat with papers labeled "Fremont... More

Hanging conspirators (The drop)

Hanging conspirators (The drop)

Brady-Handy Collection. Title from item.

[Gertie]. Cried Gertie, drop that whip you brute! : and sky your mitts before I shoot
Before the drop

Before the drop

Hooded man with noose around his neck and three other men on platform. Photoprint copyrighted by D.S. Cole, Carrollton, Mo. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photog.... More

[Detroit, Mich., Lyceum Theatre, Thompson drop curtain]
Droppe från vattenkran.

Droppe från vattenkran.

Droppe från vattenkran.

Ickes and Senator Guffey drop contributions in flood relief box at White House. Washington D.C. Callers on President Roosevelt today were reminded of the public's problem in the flood situation. A white enameled chest, about the size of a bread box, was put on a table in the lobby of the executive offices to receive flood contributions. Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes (left) and Senator Joseph Guffey, of Pennsylvania, pictured as they drop their contributions in the box
President and Hull urge Congress to reconsider action on neutrality legislation. Washington, D.C., July 14. A photographic copy of the message sent to the House and Senate this afternoon by President Roosevelt and State Secretary Cordell Hull. The 11 page statement urged members of the House and Senate to reconsider its action on the neutrality legislation. Hull's 6-point program for keeping the U.S. out of war was reiterated, to which Sen. Nye remarked, 'It's the curtain drop. The message presented no new arguments, and repetition of old arguments invites old answers.' Majority leader Alben Barkley said the message 'is in harmony with our traditional policy and ought to receive the overwhelming approval of the country'
Droppe.

Droppe.

Droppe.

Harold signs the pledge not to drink another drop [as woman watches]

Harold signs the pledge not to drink another drop [as woman watches]

Stereo copyrighted by Standard Scenic Co. No. 1648-(6). This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Humor; Temperance.

Joseph Crapo, 47 Fruit St., works in Eclipse Mills. Apparently 13 years old. Right hand. Left hand, Albert Duquette, 183 Union St. works in weave shed, putting drop wires on weave machine.  Location: North Adams, Massachusetts.
Ceremonies - New York - Brooklyn Red Cross nurses march in parade. Women members of the American Red Cross of Brooklyn marched through the streets of the borough, stimulating interest in the organization. Every hospital in Brooklyn was preresented in the Ambulance Division. Boy Scouts were assigned to drop out at each block along the line of march and distribute among the spectators membership blanks for signatures. Photo shows parade passing through Brooklyn Street

Ceremonies - New York - Brooklyn Red Cross nurses march in parade. Wom...

Photographer: International Film Service Ceremonies - New York

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Projectiles - Filling intensive incendiary drop bombs

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Projectiles - Filling intensive in...

Photographer: Chemical Warfare Service Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Projectiles

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Projectiles - Aeroplane type incendiary drop darts

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Projectiles - Aeroplane type incen...

Photographer: Chemical Warfare Service Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Projectiles

American Library Association - ALA - European - French - St. Nazaire. Books in sling coming off ship to dock. Sometimes boxes drop out of swing when high up in air

American Library Association - ALA - European - French - St. Nazaire. ...

Photographer: American Library Association American Library Association - ALA - European - French

Airplanes - Historical - World's fastest planes fly in great New York - - Toronto Return Aerial Contest. At the drop of a handkerchief by Major General Menoher, U.S.A., Chief of the Air Service, the U.S. entries "hops off" from Mineola, L.I., while simultaneously the Canadian contestants took the air at the signal from the Prince of Wales. The distance to be covered is a round trip, the contestants returning to the original starting point, a distance of 1042 miles. Prizes ranging from $10,000 down are offered, and the rivalry is keen, as all makes and types of aircraft are entered. Captain Donaldson, U.S.A., at Mineola ready to "hop off" for Canada

Airplanes - Historical - World's fastest planes fly in great New York ...

Photographer: Western Newspaper Union Airplanes - Historical

Ceremonies - New York - Brooklyn Red Cross nurses parade. Women members of the American Red Cross paraded the streets of Brooklyn as a means of stimulating interest in the activities of their organization. Every hopsital in Brooklyn was represented in the Ambulance Division. Boy Scouts were assigned to drop out at each block along the line of march and distribute membership blanks among the crowd for signatures. Photo shows nurses in parade passing through Brooklyn streets

Ceremonies - New York - Brooklyn Red Cross nurses parade. Women member...

Photographer: International Film Service Ceremonies - New York

Chemical Warfare Service - Equipment - Miscellaneous - Incendiary drop bomb Mark II

Chemical Warfare Service - Equipment - Miscellaneous - Incendiary drop...

Photographer: Ordnance Dept. Chemical Warfare Service - Equipment - Miscellaneous

Culverts. Elmsford cut-and-cover. View showing drop inlet manhole with protective railing. Contract 52. November 27, 1913.
Oliver Wanna Connecting a Drop to an Open Wire - Bureau of Indian Affairs
He Simply Won't Take A Drop

He Simply Won't Take A Drop

Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

["Fearless Freddie", a Hollywood stunt man, clinging to a rope ladder slung from a plane flown by A.M. Maltrup, about to drop into automobile below: automobile shown]

["Fearless Freddie", a Hollywood stunt man, clinging to a rope ladder ...

Photoprint by Underwood & Underwood. No. 309753. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Ph. Ind.; BI; Daredevils; Motion pictures; Automobiles 1928; Airplanes 1928.

["Fearless Freddie", a Hollywood stunt man, clinging to a rope ladder slung from a plane flown by A.M. Maltrup, about to drop into automobile below: automobile not shown]

["Fearless Freddie", a Hollywood stunt man, clinging to a rope ladder ...

Photoprint by Underwood & Underwood. No. 309752. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Ph. Ind.; BI; Daredevils; Motion pictures; Automobiles 1928; Airplanes 1928.

Auto wreck after 70 ft. drop from Calvert St. Bridge, [Washington, D.C.], 2/12/26
Auto wreck after 70 ft. drop from Calvert St. Bridge, [Washington, D.C.], 2/12/26
Tabgha. Fishing boat at farther end of drop net as seen from high rocks on shore
Reporters scramble for crop reports, Washington, D.C., October 10. Due to a premature leak of information from the drop report of the government several years ago, the Federal Crop Reporting Board has a system to prevent premature information which might influence the stock market. The reports are laid on a table a few yards away from the newsapermen who are held off by a rope. At a given signal, the rope is dropped and the reporters rush to the table, pick up the reports, and make another rush. This time to the phones to phone their papers. The photograph shows some of the reporters after the rope was dropped
1,500,000 drop in employment, Senate Committee told by government labor statistics chief. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Armed with many charts and his head full of figures, Isador Lubin, Chief of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, today estimated before the Special Senate Committee unemployment, that 1,500,000 persons lost industrial jobs between October 15, 1937 and December 15 of the same year. Mr. Lubin remarked that this decline in unemployment as the sharpest in many years, 1/4/37
Caesarea. (Kaisarieh). Late sunset scene (sun about to drop below the watery horizon)
General Motors head before senate committee. Washington, D.C., Jan. 6. The drop last November in auto sales was the most sever in history and entirely beyond our control, William S. Knudsen, President of General Motors, told the Special Senate Committee investigating unemployment,1/6/38
Caesarea. (Kaisarieh). Late sunset scene (sun about to drop below the watery horizon)
Senate committee studying unemployment. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Headed by Senator James F. Byrnes, of South Carolina, members of the special committee studying unemployment listen to Isador Lubin, Chief of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, describe a drop of 1,500,000 in employment from October to December of 1937. Left to right: Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Senator Carl A. Hatch, Chairman James F. Byrnes, Senator James J. Davis, and Senator James E. Murray, 1/4/38
Heroes of battle of Gettysburg paid tribute by surviving brothers-in-arms. Washington, D.C., May 30, Although there are only a few of the boys in blue and gray left, two of them were strong enough today, Memorial Day, to drop flowers from the air on the Gettysburg battlefield to honor their comrades who lost their lives in this historic battle of the Civil War. Here we see, left to right: William H. Jackson, 95, of Washington, D.C., 5/30/38
Cough drop erases throat of Senate filibuster. Washington, D.C., Jan. 26. Senator Allen J. Ellender of Louisiana, has suddenly become fond of cough drops since he spoke for 28 hours in six days during the present filibuster by [...]of Southern Senators against the Anti-Lynching Bill, 1/26/38
Huge drop hammers work day and night forming sheet metal parts for United Nations bombers and fighters at the North American Aviation, Inc., plant, Inglewood, Calif. The heavy hemp rope is used to snub the hammer so that it forms the part under proper pressure and rises clear of the work after each operation. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe
Canceling machine at P.O. Free to Congressmen, no. 9. Congressmen lick no stamps. They simply put their mail in envelopes and drop them in the chute, and when they reach the post office, they are run through the canceling machine just like postage-paid mail
Type of drop gate for loading of cotton seed hulls onto trucks. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas
Firemen's muster. Boothbay center, Maine. Measuring the farthest drop of water on building paper which is unrolled fresh for each team. Distances were in the neighborhood of two hundred feet
Working with a small steam drop hammer at the blacksmith shop in the Santa Fe R.R. shops, Topeka, Kansas
Irrigation ditch, showing drop in canal. Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon. General caption number 67-1
Child of migrant parents sitting on drop bed in trailer home. Weslaco, Texas
Hammering out a draw bar on the steam drop hammer in the blacksmith shop, Santa Fe R.R. shops, Albuquerque, N[ew] Mex[ico)
Irrigation canal. Shows drop to go under road. Water has just been shut off for the season. Near Nyssa, Malheur County, Oregon
Navy aircraft. Gruman torpedo bombers. The Avenger. These dual purpose aircraft, already tested in battle, are the U.S. Navy's new torpedo-bombers, capable both of hedge-hopping waves to press home a torpedo attack and flying high above enemy targets to drop tons of high explosives. Manufactured to Gruman, these deadly bombers are heavily armed and armored. Generally they are given fighter protection, they are carrier based
FSA (Farm Security Administration) rehabilitation borrower driving tomato planter. The two little girls sitting in back drop the plants into the ground and cover them up. Crawford County, Illinois
Bombs away. U.S. B-26 medium bombers drop their eggs on ports, bridges, and railroad yards in central Italy. Practically every type of combat aircraft in the Mediterranean Allied Air Forces, from the heavy Flying Fortresses to the light fighter escorts, participated in "Operation Strangle"
The rod is attached first and then the drop pipe. Safe well demonstration near La Plata, Maryland. Charles County
Forged steel hook. A New York City manufacturer of steel fittings is seeking subcontractors with eight-hundred to three-thousand pound drop hammer facilities for the manufacture of three hooks and buckles, similar to the item illustrated, in quantities of fifty to sixty-thousand. Subcontractor must furnish forging dies
Beschutting van een dropsnijmachine bij Klene te Amsterdam

Beschutting van een dropsnijmachine bij Klene te Amsterdam

Foto 1: Drie foto's (256-3518, 256-3519, 256-3520) van een beschutting voor een dropsnijmachine. Ze zijn in 1941 door J.D. Filarski gemaakt bij NV Fabriek van Chocolade en Suikerwerken J.C. Klene & Co te Amst... More

Cylinder is screwed onto drop pipe. Long well project, Saint Mary's County, Maryland
Mr. Slater, well engineer, and helper, settle drop pipe into casing. John Fredrick well Project, Saint Mary's County, Maryland
Using a drop rake on a dairy farm near Castleton, Vermont
Pump rod pump and drop pipe are assembled to check all parts before installation. Long well project, Saint Mary's County, Maryland
Small potatoes, dirt, sticks, etc., drop through the bars to ground below as potatoes are cleaned, graded and sacked at the cellar. Klamath County, Oregon
Attaching pump to drop pipe. Safe well demonstration near La Plata, Maryland. Charles County
Pump is lowered on pump rod and casing before settling drop pipe in place. Long well project, Saint Mary's County, Maryland
Civilian protection. An effective means of extinguishing a magnesium incendiary bomb is to come up over it with a sandbag protecting the face, then drop the sandbag squarely over the incendiary. The heat burns through the burlap, releasing the sand. The sand covers the entire bomb, checking off the air and extinguishing it
Pipe wrench is used to keep drop shaft from slipping into casing before pump is attached. John Fredrick Well project, Saint Mary's County, Maryland
Pump is settled onto pump rod and drop pipe. Pipe wrench still keeps drop pipe from slipping into well. John Fredrick well project, St. Marys County, Maryland
One and a quarter drop pipe ready to be inserted in casing. Safe well demonstration near La Plata, Maryland, Charles County
Beschutting van een dropsnijmachine bij Klene te Amsterdam

Beschutting van een dropsnijmachine bij Klene te Amsterdam

Drie foto's (256-3518, 256-3519, 256-3520) van een beschutting voor een dropsnijmachine. Ze zijn in 1941 door J.D. Filarski gemaakt bij NV Fabriek van Chocolade en Suikerwerken J.C. Klene & Co te Amsterdam, ... More

Drop pipe ready to drop in casing. John Fredrick well project, Saint Mary's County, Maryland
Coupling drop pipe. Safe well demonstration near La Plata, Maryland. Charles County
Small potatoes, dirt, sticks, etc., drop through the bars to ground below as potatoes are cleaned, graded and sacked at the cellar. Klamath County, Oregon
Assembling the drop pipe and sucker rod. Safe well demonstration near La Plata, Maryland. Charles County
Inserting the drop pipe in casing. Safe well demonstration near La Plata, Maryland, Charles County
The pumping cylinder is on the end of the drop pipe and in the water. Safe well demonstration near La Plata, Maryland
Civilian protection. This volunteer civilian defense worker, an auxiliary fireman, is preparing to extinguish an incendiary bomb. He carries the sandbag before his face to protect him from the molten magnesium sizzling forth like fat from a frying pan. He will drop the whole bag on the bomb, and the heat of the bomb will burn through the burlap, releasing the sand. The sand will then run onto and around the bomb.
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
Nashville, Tennessee. Stamping out fuselage parts with a drop hammer. Vultee Aircraft Corporation plant
In the drop hammer department, a finished part is removed from the die by a North American employee. Lead and Kirksite dies are used
Mammoth weight of drop forger. Forging part of a large gun in an eastern Navy yard. This is one of eleven Navy arsenals which have stepped up production to top speed for the war program
Manpower. Negro navy yard workers. The brawn of the village smith is dwarfed in this modern blacksmith shop where a powerful drop hammer fashions a red hot metal slab for ship construction in an Eastern navy yard
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
Dante Electric Company, Bantam, Connecticut. Ed Shaughnessy is one of the oldtimers in Bantam. For many years he worked as a plumber in the nearby town of Litchfield, living in Bantam. He has been with Dante Electric Company for twelve years now. Ed has a son in the Army, and is more than anxious to do what he can to speed production. Here he is working on the largest machine in the plant--a 150-ton drop press, used for forming heavy terminals
Finished parts from the drop hammer department are placed on trucks and delivered to the sheet metal sub-assembly department
This roller in the hydropress department removes bumps and depressions from the metal as it comes from the drop hammer. Engine cowling
New oversize trailer for war workers. Interior of the new oversize bus trailer, built almost entirely of non-critical material and designed by Office of Defense Transportation and War Production Board (WPB) officials with cooperation of private companies. Containing eighty-seven fixed seats (twenty-four drop seats will be installed later), the trailer has a seating capacity nearly three times that of an ordinary city bus and twice that of the largest type of street car. It's one solution to the problem of transporting defense workers from cities to outlying industrial plants
New oversize trailer for war workers. Interior of the new oversize bus trailer built almost entirely of non-critical material and designed by Office of Defense Transportation and War Production Board officials with cooperation of private companies. Containing eighty-seven seats(twenty-four drop seats will be installed later), the trailer has a seating capacity nearly three times that of an ordinary city bus and twice that of the largest type of street car. It's one solution to the problem of transporting defense workers from cities to outlying industrial plants
Production. Airplane manufacture, general. Thousands of sheet metal plane parts are formed daily in the drop hammer department of North American Aviation, Incorporated at Inglewood, California. Hemp rope and the rubber in the mold on the press are used to snub and control the impact of the hammer. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe
Southington, Connecticut. A drop forge shop. Southington is the site of the nation's first cement mill and its first bolt factory. It pioneered in the manufacture of hand tools, sheet metal and forgings
Production. Airplane manufacture, general. Huge drop hammers work day and night forming sheet metal parts for United Nations bombers and fighters at the Inglewood, California, plant of North American Aviation, Incorporated. The heavy hemp rope is used to snub the hammer so that it forms the part under proper pressure and rises clear of the work after each operation. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe
Training. Ramp boats. A fifty-foot steel ramp boat capable of landing tanks and large forces of men at beach positions. The large gate-like section facing the beach is hinged to drop forward on the sand and form a ramp for the passage of men and equipment. The Southern shipyard that makes these boats cooperates in the training of crews
Southington, Connecticut. Atwater Manufacturing Company has been making drop forgings since 1869, first for use in the manufacture of wagons and carriages, later for automobiles, and today for the war
A poster comes to life. In a small blacksmith and maintenance shop on the mill grounds, Woolslayer and Sergeant Vineyard watch men at work on a drop hammer shaping a red-hot crane hook. Allegheny-Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Mammoth weight of drop forger. Forging part of a large gun in an eastern Navy yard, one of eleven arsenals which have stepped up production to top speed for the war program
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
In the drop hammer department, a finished part is removed from the die by a North American employee. Lead and Kirksite dies are used
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