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As on the faded blighted flow'r = Co me rugiada al cospite, cavatina

As on the faded blighted flow'r = Co me rugiada al cospite, cavatina

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1820-1860 (Microfilm M 3106) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form) In bound volumes: Copyright Deposits 1820-1860

The flow'ry Shannon side. Air: Burning of the Henry Clay. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y
The flow'ry Shannon side. Air- Burning of the Henry Clay. Sold by H. De Marsan, publisher, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y
Flow gently sweet Afton. H. De Marsan, Publisher, ... 60 Chatham Street, N. Y
Flow gently sweet Afton. Thomas G. Doyle, ... No. 297 Gay Street, Baltimore, Md
[Fast flow]

[Fast flow]

Title from typed caption on mat. (DLC/PP-1933:0011). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "A Drift from Redwood Camp" by Bret Harte, Scribner's magazine, 2:653 (Dec. 1887).

NFB.27239, Gustav Borgen
After the ice flow, Kozukuk River, Alaska

After the ice flow, Kozukuk River, Alaska

2 men standing at edge of river. Stereo copyrighted by B.L. Singley (Keystone View Co.). No. 11501. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Geogr.; Ph. Ind.

Flow, R M H - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Seventeenth Infantry, Di-F

Flow, R M H - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Seventeenth In...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

Flow, James S - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Seventeenth Infantry, Di-F

Flow, James S - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Seventeenth ...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

NFB.12686, Gustav Borgen
NFB.12685, Gustav Borgen
NFB.40063, Gustav Borgen
Fo134664

Fo134664

Fo134664

NFB.32693, Gustav Borgen
Fo134646

Fo134646

Fo134646

NFB.32692, Gustav Borgen
Sturegatan - Odensgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Sturegatan - Odensgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Sturegatan - Odensgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Odensgatan - Sysslomansgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Odensgatan - Sysslomansgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Odensgatan - Sysslomansgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Luthagsesplanaden österut från Sysslomansgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Luthagsesplanaden österut från Sysslomansgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

"Luthagsesplanaden österut från Sysslomansgatan. Luthagsesplanadens sträckning fastställdes redan i 1880-års stadsplan, men till en början genomfördes den endast mellan Wallingatan och Götgatan. Den första espl... More

Sysslomansgatan - Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Sysslomansgatan - Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Sysslomansgatan - Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Sysslomansgatan - Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Sysslomansgatan - Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Sysslomansgatan - Fredsgatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Kvarteret Rinda vid Sturegatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Kvarteret Rinda vid Sturegatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

Kvarteret Rinda vid Sturegatan, Luthagen, Uppsala 1908

The Flow over Bear Trap Dam, Chicago Drainage Canal, Lockport, Ill's.
Dry Dock No. 4, Flow of Water from Outlet of East Drain, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock No. 4, Flow of Water from Outlet of East Drain, Holbrook, Cab...

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

NFB.38391, Gustav Borgen
NFB.38392, Gustav Borgen
[With the U.S. troops in Mexico--black soldiers digging a ditch for rain water to flow off]

[With the U.S. troops in Mexico--black soldiers digging a ditch for ra...

"For the files of the War Dept. only. Photo by William Fox, staff photographer. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood" No. 203963.

Ashokan Reservoir. Excavation completed and concrete floor in place for masonry conduit to divert the flow of the Beaver Kill. Contract 3. August 4, 1908
Hill View reservoir.  Downtake chamber showing sluice-gates in place for controlling flow of water to Downtake shaft in center. ... Contract 30. August 8, 1913.
Ashokan Reservoir.  View at site of Olive Bridge dam, showing coffer-dam and piers under construction for supporting the 8-foot pipes to carry the flow of water in Esopus creek. May 18, 1907.
Ashokan Reservoir.  Up-stream face of masonry portion of Olive Bridge dam. Note temporary opening for flow of  Esopus creek. Contract 3. November 19, 1909.
Ashokan Reservoir. View of up-stream face of Olive Bridge dam showing forms for concreting stream-flow opening in place. Note 6-foot opening at bottom for carrying flow of Esopus creek. Contract 3. August 25, 1913.
Aerators. View looking towards Ashokan Screen chamber showing aerator with all  nozzles in operation with a flow of 376 million gallons daily. Contract 10. June 18, 1917.
Ashokan Reservoir. Forms for concrete plug, 26 feet thick, in stream-control conduit in Olive Bridge dam. The 6-foot opening at  bottom carries the flow of Esopus creek. Contract 3. August 25, 1913.
Ashokan Reservoir.  View of Esopus creek at Olive Bridge dam site, showing coffer -dams and two lines of 8-foot steel pipes for carrying flow of creek. August 8, 1907.
Potomac Electric Power Co. Board grid with layout of power flow III
Potomac Electric Power Co. Board grid with layout of power flow I
Potomac Electric Power Co. Board grid with layout of power flow II
Langley First Wind Tunnel, NASA history collection

Langley First Wind Tunnel, NASA history collection

The honeycombed, screened center of this open-circuit air intake for Langley's first wind tunnel insured a steady, nonturbulent flow of air. Two mechanics pose near the entrance end of the actual tunnel, where ... More

Secretary Wallace talks to 'little businessmen.' Washington, D.C., May 23. Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace told the American Retail Federation's Forum today that a flow of private capital into investment channels is essential before any real solution to the problem of agriculture surpluses can be found. Left to right: Louis E. Kirstein, Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Secretary Wallace
[Painting by the gravity flow]
Palestine events. The earthquake of July 11, 1927. Jordan flow checked by caving in of the river banks. Trees thrown into midstream
Observing work of the busy bee. E.L. Sechrist, associate agriculturist of the bee culture laboratory, U.S. Department of Agriculture, makes tests of how much work the bees accomplish under different weather conditions be checking the weight of the colonies. During a good honey flow under favorable weather conditions, a colony increases in weight as much as 20 pounds in a single day, 1/20/30
Arthur Kochler, wood identification specialist of the Department of Agriculture, says the piece of wood he is holding is 12,000,000 years old. It is a fragment from a fossil log of redwood, 7 feet thick, found by workmen of the Reclamation Service buried 150 feet below the bed of the Yakima River in Washington. The log was petrified, buried in the lava flow from volcanoes which have been dead for millions of years, 11/30
Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Steam Flow Metering Facility, 910 feet South of December Seventh Avenue; 638 feet East of D Street, Commerce City, Adams County, CO
Opening the gate that allows water to flow into the field from irrigation ditch. New Mexico
Opening the gate that allows water to flow into the field from irrigation ditch. New Mexico
Senate hears husband of tobacco heiress on monetary problems. Washington, D.C., Aug 4. James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and author of "In Defense of Capitolism," urged a senate agriculture subcommittee today to grant powers for the Federal Reserve Board to stabilize the dollar and increase the flow of money. At the same time, Cromwell, who is husband of Doris Duke, tobacco heiress, voiced his approval of a bill by Senator Elmer Thomas which the Committee is considering, 8/4/37
50 years for the I.C.C. Washington, D.C., April 7. Carroll Miller, Chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commission, is shown looking over the model of the first boiler ever made by one of the men of the Commission back in 1911. This is one of the safety appliances with glass windows and gauges so that the operator has control over the steam and the flow of water at all times. This is the fiftieth anniversary of the I.C.C., 4/7/1937
Exactly what happens to each of the millions of Social Security Account applicants during each working shift is recorded daily. At any minute of the day or night it is possible to locate any application through the records maintained in the production and control section of the Social Security Board Records Office. This is the nerve center of the "greatest bookkeeping job in the world". The photograph above shows workers in the records office running off daily production report, which accurately pictures details of the ebb and flow of each of the several operations necessary to set up an individual ledger account for each worker and the various indexes prepares to insure acccuracy and ready reference.
Grant more powers to Federal Reserve Board, Cromwell tells Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., Aug 4. The Federal Reserve Board should be granted the power to 'stabilize the dollar' and increase the flow of money, James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and husband of tobacco heiress Doris Duke, urged as he appeared before a Senate Agriculture Subcommittee today, Cromwell also voiced his approval of a bill by Senator Elmer Thomas which the Committee is considering, 8/4/37
Government experts discover "perpetual" electrical current. Washington, D.C., March 10. Dr. F.B. Silsbee (left) and Dr. F.G. Brickwedge, of the Bureau of Standards, have just concluded experiments which have proved that an electric current, cut off from its original source, will flow eternally round and round a coiled tin wire circuit when the wire is subjected to 450-degree-below-zero temperature. The tests were made in a new effort to understand what electricity really is, 3/10/38
J.L. Flow, Hobart Okla., Senate Cotton investigation
Dimes for Infantile Paralysis foundation flow into White House for president. Washington, D.C., Jan. 28. Official mail was nearly forgotten today at the White House as letters containing ten-cent contributions to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis continued to arrive by the thousands. Miss Margaret Lehand, Personal Secretary to President Roosevelt, is shown opening some of the 30,000 to arrive in the first mail this morning, 1/28/38
Dimes for Infantile Paralysis Foundation flow into White House for president. Washington, D.C., Jan. 28. Official mail was nearly forgotten today at the White House as letters containing ten-cent contributions to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis continued to arrive by the thousands. Miss Margaret Lehand, Personal Secretary to President Roosevelt, is shown opening some of the 30,000 to arrive in the first mail this morning, 1/28/38
Salinas Valley, California. Large scale, commercial agriculture. This single California County (Monterey) shipped 20,096 carlots of lettuce in 1934, or forty-five percent of all carlot shipments in the United States. In the same year 73.8 percent of all United States carlot shipments were made from Monterey County, Imperial Valley, California (7,797 carlots) and Maricopa County, Arizona (4,697). Production of lettuce is largely in the hands of a comparatively small number of grower-shippers, many of whom operate in two or all three of these Counties. Labor is principally Mexican and Filipino in the fields, and white American in the packing sheds. Many workers follow the harvests from one valley to the other, since plantings are staggered to maintain a fairly even flow of lettuce to the Eastern markey throughout the year
Salinas Valley, California. Large scale, commercial agriculture. This single California county (Monterey) shipped 20,096 carlots of lettuce in 1934, or forty-five percent of all carlot shipments in the United States. In the same year 73.8 percent of all United States carlot shipments were made from Monterey County, Imperial Valley, California (7,797 carlots) and Maricopa County, Arizona (4,697). Production of lettuce is largely in the hands of a comparatively small number of grower-shippers, many of whom operate in two or all three of these Counties. Labor is principally Mexican and Filipino in the fields, and white American in the packing sheds. Many workers follow the harvests from one valley to the other, since plantings are staggered to maintain a fairly even flow of lettuce to the Eastern market throughout the year
Salinas Valley, California. Large scale, commercial agriculture. This single California county (Monterey) shipped 20,096 carlots of lettuce in 1934, or forty-five percent of all carlot shipments in the United States. In the same year 73.8 percent of all United States carlot shipments were made from Monterey County, Imperial Valley, California (7,797 carlots) and Maricopa County, Arizona (4,697). Production of lettuce is largely in the hands of a comparatively small number of grower-shippers, many of whom operate in two or all three of these Counties. Labor is principally Mexican and Filipino in the fields, and white American in the packing sheds. Many workers follow the harvests from one valley to the other, since plantings are staggered to maintain a fairly even flow of lettuce to the Eastern markt throughout the year
Salinas Valley, California. Large scale, commercial agriculture. This single California County (Monterey) shipped 20,096 carlots of lettuce in 1934, or forty-five percent of all carlot shipments in the United States. In the same year 73.8 percent of all United States carlot shipments were made from Monterey County, Imperial Valley, California (7,797 carlots) and Maricopa County, Arizona (4,697). Production of lettuce is largely in the hands of a comparatively small number of grower-shippers, many of whom operate in two or all three of these Counties. Labor is principally Mexican and Filipino in the fields, and white American in the packing sheds. Many workers follow the harvests from one valley to the other, since plantings are staggered to maintain a fairly even flow of lettuce to the Eastern market throughout the year
Salinas Valley, California. Large scale, commercial agriculture. This single California County (Monterey) shipped 20,096 carlots of lettuce in 1934, or forty-five percent of all carlot shipments in the United States. In the same year 73.8 percent of all United States carlot shipments were made from Monterey County, Imperial Valley, California (7,797 carlots) and Maricopa County, Arizona (4,697).  Production of lettuce is largely in the hands of a comparatively small number of grower-shippers, many of whom operate in two or all three of these counties. Labor is principally Mexican and Filipino in the fields, and white American in the packing sheds. Many workers follow the harvests from one valley to the other, since plantings are staggered to maintain a fairly even flow of lettuce to the Eastern market throughout the year
And, in the end, all points must flow back to the OPA (Office of Price Administration) to be accounted for. Every buyer of foods under this program must give points for them. And in every case the primary distributor--such as the slaughterer, cheese or butter manufacturer, fish canner, refiner of edible fats or oils and many processors--must give the Office of Price Administration an account of sales and turn over points received
Bureau of Standards designs new device for studying water flow through plumbing fixtures. Washington, D.C., March 13. A new type of rate-of-flow meter for studying the rate of variation of flow of water through plumbing fixtures and for use in investigation presenting similar problems has just been designed and built by the U.S. Bureau of Standards with the cooperation of the Plumbing Fixture Manufacturers Research Associateship. Mr. H.M. Eaton, who is in charge of the hydraulics laboratory where the device is installed, is shown in foreground of picture, 3-13-40
Control board helps automobile men keep check on flow of materials needed
Shipbuilding. "Liberty" ships. These stacks of steel plate are in readiness for an uninterrupted flow toward the production line of a large Eastern plant fabricating sections for ships built at a nearby yard. This plant was formerly used for freight car construction. All parts are prefabricated in this huge Eastern plant which formerly turned out freight cars. The completed sections are then carried six miles to the ways on flat cars. Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyards, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland
Civilian protection. The "alert" had been sounded and members of a road repair squad don their work clothes and prepare to go forth where they are summoned to restore traffic flow
Grain trimmer directing flow of wheat into hold of Great Lakes Boat. Superior, Wisconsin
Civilian protection. Members of a road repair squad go forth with tools and material to open up a street that has been blocked by debris from fallen walls. They will replace road signs and markers too, and quickly restore the flow of traffic
Lunch on the job. Lunchtime in the creel room does not release workers from watching the flow of the cord. Whereas there is not often an emergency break, someone must be on hand in case the emergency should arise. Firestone (General Tires), Akron, Ohio
Tubes are extruded. Much as meat is forced through a grinder, tube rubber is forced through this machine and out the opening at the end, which allows an even flow of rubber to make a seamless rubber tube. Firestone (General) Tires, Akron, Ohio
Tying in new spools. This is a highly skilled occupation, and is supervised at this tire company by a man whose previous training was in a weaving mill in Scotland. The deft weaver's knot, which will not pull out, must be tied in the fraction of a second whenever a break occurs, to catch the broken ends together without interrupting the flow of cord. Firestone (General Tires), Akron, Ohio
Shipbuilding. "Liberty" ships. These stacks of steel plate are in readiness for an uninterrupted flow toward the production line of a large Eastern plant fabricating sections for ships built at a nearby yard. This plant was formerly used for Pullman car construction. Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyards Inc., Baltimore, Maryland
Tulsa, Oklahoma. Operating a gate valve which controls the flow of refined products through the Tulsa station of the Great Lakes pipeline. This line sends gasoline from Oklahoma to Minneapolis
Nurse training. A student regulates the oxygen flow into this tiny oxygen box where a premature infant "lives"
Tulsa, Oklahoma. Operating a gate valve which controls the flow of refined products through the Tulsa station of the Great Lakes pipeline. This line sends gasoline from Oklahoma to Minneapolis
Testing M-4 tanks. A mighty flow of power is carried to the "track" by a driving sprocket of an M-4 tank in a trial run over the test hill of an Eastern manufacturing plant
Production. Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. Cylinder barrels for Pratt and Whitney airplane engines are inspected and etched in a large Eastern plant producing a steady flow of power plants for the planes that will help bring us victory. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft
Shasta Dam, Shasta County, California. One side of Shasta Dam under construction, with the Sacramento River still flowing through the opening between the two sides of the dam. Water will flow through the penstocks to the hydroelectric plant
Detroit, Michigan (vicinity). Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant. Many conferences over production schedules, blue prints, etc. are required to maintain the smooth, steady flow of Dodge Army trucks from the production lines
Salvage. Scrap for steel mills. From these giant rolling machines flow lengths of molten steel--steel composed partly of roller skates, reapers, radiators and other scrap collected from America's homes and farms. This strip steel will see action as armor plate on the nation's tanks or battleships
Production. Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. Single-row power cases for Pratt and Whitney airplane engines are stored for further machining in a large Eastern factory from which comes a steady flow of power plants for our mighty warships of the air. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft
Detroit, Michigan (vicinity). Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant. Many conferences over production schedules, blueprints, etc. are required to maintain the smooth steady flow of Dodge Army trucks from the production lines
Science and research. Mineral prospecting. Micro-fossils can play an important role in locating the proper spot to drill an oil well. A magnificent history of the flow of ancient seas, of climate, of the rise and fall of empires of primitive forms of life is preserved in stone. Students in defense training courses at a famous mining-engineering school learn to decipher and piece together for an engineering conclusion the facts contained in micro-fossils found in crushed rock. Here they are at work in the micropalenontological laboratory with binocular microscope using special lamps for horizontal illumination. A professor of the geophysics department stands at the far end of the table. Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado
Production. M-4 tanks. Parts for our new M-4 tanks flow in a strong, steady stream from the production lines of a big Eastern plant. Much valuable time is gained by the machining of these bogie-wheel brackets in gangs instead of singly
Tulsa, Oklahoma. Operating valve which controls the flow at the Great Lakes pumping station
Milwaukee Western Fuel Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Most of the work at the coal docks of the Milwaukee Western Fuel Company is mechanized. This control board is located on top of the processing plant. From here the men control the flow of coal into the hoppers, the speed of the sizing machines, the movement of the belts in the tunnel, and all the chutes in the plant
Production. Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. Single-row crankshaft assemblies for Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. The large Eastern plant at which the work is done is producing a steady flow of power installations for the fighting craft of our Army and Navy air forces. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft
Production. Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. A gear for a Pratt and Whitney engine is tested for hardness on a Rockwell machine in a large Eastern plant now producing a steady flow of airplane motors for the planes that will help us bring victory. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft
Tulsa, Oklahoma. Operating valve which controls the flow at the Great Lakes pumping station
Production. Electric power. Panel boards at Vega Aircraft Plant. Here the flow of electric power to thousands of machines and hand power tools is controlled. These boards play an important part in the production of planes for our armed forces. Vega Aircraft Corporation
War production drive. This graphic display gave the worker in a war production plant an idea of the tremendous hitting power of a gun they were building. Displays like this help the workmen identify their product and themselves with the war and tend to increase the flow of production
Detroit, Michigan (vicinity). Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant. Many conferences over production schedules, blueprints, etc. are required to maintain the smooth steady flow of Dodge Army trucks from the production lines
Tulsa, Oklahoma. Operating a gate valve which controls the flow of refined products through the Tulsa station of the Great Lakes pipeline. This line sends gasoline from Oklahoma to Minneapolis
Tulsa, Oklahoma. Operating a gate valve which controls the flow of refined products through the Tulsa station of the Great Lakes pipeline. This line sends gasoline from Oklahoma to Minneapolis
Production. Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. A gear for a Pratt and Whitney engine is tested for hardness on a Rockwell machine in a large Eastern plant now producing a steady flow of airplane motors for the planes that will help us bring victory. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft
Production. Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. Cylinder heads for Pratt and Whitney motors are carefully inspected in a large plant now turning out a steady flow of the fine engines that are serving our fighting airmen so well in battle. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft
Salvage. Scrap for steel mills. From these giant rolling machines flow lengths of molten steel--steel composed partly of roller skates, reapers, radiators and other scrap collected from America's homes and farms. This strip steel will see action as armor plate on the nation's tanks or battleships
Anaconda smelter, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Top of the multiple-hearth roasting furnaces; in these furnaces the ore is moved by gravity from one hearth to the one immediately below it; the flow of ore is such that it goes from the outside of the cylindrical furnaces to the inside on one hearth and vice versa in the next
Irrigation gates controlling the flow of water into the sugar cane fields
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