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This is a plat of the square where my house and lot stands on on [sic] D Street : 29 feet front runing [sic] 138 feet 5 1/2 inches to the alley ... forming a plat thus : [part of N.W. Washington D.C.] /
United States of America. I collector of the district of Newburyport, do hereby certify, that an American seaman, aged years, or thereabouts, of the heighth of feet, inches has this day produced to me proof in the manner directed in the act inti

United States of America. I collector of the district of Newburyport, ...

Dated in mss Mar. 25, 1808. 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 48, Folder 15a.

View of chained African slaves in cargo hold of slave ship, measuring three feet and three inches high
Tom Sayers, champion of England born at Pimlico near Brighton, Sussex 1826, height 5 ft. 8 inches, lowest feichting weight 10 st. 10 lbs / / lith. by Cameron & Walsh, 32 & 34 John St., N.Y.

Tom Sayers, champion of England born at Pimlico near Brighton, Sussex ...

Print shows Tom Sayers, full-length portrait, facing right, in boxing stance. Includes list of fights with opponent's name and date of bout. 680 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Entered according to Act ... More

No. 13 fountain, 8 feet 7 inches high

No. 13 fountain, 8 feet 7 inches high

Photograph showing ornamental ironwork 3-tiered fountain. F1781 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Illus. in: Illustrated catalogue, ornamental iron fountains / J.W. Fiske, manufacturer of ornamental iron ... More

No. 41 fountain, bronzed, 10 feet 4 inches high

No. 41 fountain, bronzed, 10 feet 4 inches high

Photograph showing ornamental ironwork fountain with putti and cranes on the pedestal. F1781 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Illus. in: Illustrated catalogue, ornamental iron fountains / J.W. Fiske, man... More

No. 31 fountain, 7 feet 6 inches high

No. 31 fountain, 7 feet 6 inches high

Photograph showing ornamental ironwork fountain with draped, standing boy holding a bird. F1781 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Illus. in: Illustrated catalogue, ornamental iron fountains / J.W. Fiske, ... More

Front of operating room in which are arranged parallel with track, 24 cameras at a distance of 12 inches from the center of each lens, and an electro-shutter in front of each

Front of operating room in which are arranged parallel with track, 24 ...

Illus. in: The attitudes of animals in motion : a series of photographs illustrating the consecutive positions assumed by animals in performing various movements; executed at Palo Alto, California, in 1878 and... More

A record moose, head 69? inches, killed in Alaska by Dall De Weese?, Canon City, Colo., 1887?

A record moose, head 69? inches, killed in Alaska by Dall De Weese?, C...

Man holding moose antlers. Photo copyrighted by Fricke & Co., Canon City, Colo. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: BI; Photog. I.; Hunting Moose; Shelf.

Washington whitened by heaviest snowfall in two years. Washington, D.C., Jan. 8. With a fall of 5.2 inches of snow, Washingtonians awoke this morning to find their Capital blanketed by the heaviest snowfall since 1938. This is a scene on Capitol Hill
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Cemetery at Nome. Two men digging grave. Found ice at 10 inches below surface; Anvil Rock, from which Anvil Creek was named. The Anvil is perhaps 20 ft. high, 15 ft. wide, 30 ft. long; Near Discovery Claim, looking south-west. Placer Claim, No. 1, Anvil Creek, 6 miles from Nome. Where gold was first discovered. Rich Claim, noted.
Dillon Mills, Dillon S.C. (Boy) Ransom English--doffs, been in mill 6 years. (Next) Florence Burr--runs 5 sides. In mill 4 years. (Next) Bessie English - 3 sides, 3 years in mill. (Next) Alphie Burr - 2 sides, 1 year in mill. (Next) Lela English, 1 year in mill. 48 inches high. Saturday, Dec. 5, 1908.  Location: Dillon, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.
Some of smaller "hands" on the night shift waiting for the whistle to blow. Whitnel N.C. Cotton Mill. The smallest boy and girl were about 50 inches high. One of the medium sized boys has doffed 4 years,--some at night. Get 60 cents a night. Smallest girl looked 10 years old. Been in mill 2 years. 1/2 year at night. Runs 8 sides part of the time. Photo by flashlight.  Location: Whitnel, North Carolina.
One of spinners in Whitnel Cotton Mfg. Co. (N.C.) She was 51 inches high. Had been in mill 1 year, some at night. Runs 4 sides, 48 cents a day. When asked how old, she hesitated, then said "I don't remember," Then confidentially, "I'm not old enough to work, but I do just the same." Out of 50 employees, ten children about her age.  Location: Whitnel, North Carolina.
(Tallest) Sam Bigham, Eureka Cotton Mills. Been in mill 10 years. (Next) Washey Dover--Been in 3 years. (Next) Lloyd Barnado--2 years in mill. (Smallest) Ernst Floyd--10 years old, 52 inches high. Been in mill 2 years. Spins--60 cents a day. Witness S.R. Hine.  Location: Chester, South Carolina.
A Saturday ball game. Springstein Mills, Chester, S.C. Boy with glove, Malcom Rogers. (See photo 329). Next to him - Ben Deaton--12 years old. 52 inches high. Weaver. Runs 6 looms at $1.00 a day. 2 years in mill. I asked him if it wasn't hard work. "Hardest part if it is I have to stretch so much to reach up." (Tallest boy) John Lewis--12 years old. 1 yr. in mill. Weaves--4 looms. Got 40 cents to start. 60 cents now a day. Brother and father in mills. Nov. 28/08 Witness Sara R. Hine.  Location: Chester, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.
Springstein Mill, Chester, S.C. Malcolm Rogers (Boy with hat) 54 inches high. Be[e]n in mill 3 years. Started at 25 cents and now makes $1.00 a day. Spins part time and doffer part time. Other boy goes to school and helps in mill afternoons and Saturdays. Witness S.R. Hine.  Location: Chester, South Carolina.
Men and boys of this family all work in Eureka Cotton Mills. H.O. Roof. B. F. Roof --10 years in mill. Lawrence Roof--4 years in mill. Albert Roof--(Smallest) 1 year in mill. Doffs--50 cents a day. 56 inches high. Witness S.R. Hine.  Location: Chester, South Carolina.
A spinner in Cycle Cotton Mill, Newton, N.C. She was 49 inches high. Been there "bout 2 years." 50 operatives and there were 10 children that looked to be under 12 years of age.  Location: Newton, North Carolina.
Eureka Cotton Mills. John Madison, 11 years old; 53 inches high. Beginning to sweep. Floyd Root, 10 years old. 50 inches high . Helps cousin spin every day after school. Witness S.R. Hine.  Location: Chester, South Carolina.
8 P.M. Harry Laudeman, 13 years old. Has sold papers for 7 years. Brother, Morris, 7 years old 46 inches high. Beginning. Hartford, Conn.  Location: Hartford, Connecticut.
3 Boys going to work at 1 P.M. May 21, 1909. Photo taken in outer hall of spinning room of one of the mills of Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Manchester, N.H., where I found them working. Smallest boy is 48 inches high. Jospeh Arthur Houle, 498 Cartier St.,.  Location: Manchester, New Hampshire.
George Brown. Measures a little over 50 inches in height. See also photo #748.  Location: Manchester, New Hampshire.
One of the little spinners in Amoskeag Mfg. Company, Manchester, N.H. She was about 48 inches high and about 11 or 12 years old.  Location: Manchester, New Hampshire.
Name: Little girl (48 inches high) work in Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Manchester, N.H. She seemed to be 11 or 12 yrs. old. Photo taken at noon, May 25, 1909.  Location: Manchester, New Hampshire.
Upper floor of hallway, opening into 12 rooms (see photo #1145) in large shack occupied by cranberry pickers on Forsythe's Bog, Turkeytown, near Pemberton, N.J. 12 rooms on first floor. One small window 21 x 26 inches in each room. Sept. 29, 1910. Witness E. F. Brown.  Location: Pemberton, New Jersey / Photo Lewis W. Hine.
Francis Lance, 5 years old, 41 inches high. Sells regularly on Grand Avenue. He jumps on and off moving cars at risk of life.  Location: St. Louis, Missouri.
Francis Lance 5 years old. 41 inches high. Sells regularly on Grand Avenue.  Location: St. Louis, Missouri.
Tommy Hawkins, 5 year old newsie 40 inches high.  Location: St. Louis, Missouri.
Little Fannie, 7 years old, 48 inches high, helps sister in Elk Mills. Her sister (in photo) said, "Yes, she he'ps me right smart. Not all day but all she can. Yes, she started with me at six this mornin'." These two belong to a family of 19 children.  Location: Fayetteville, Tennessee.
White Sands Pupfish

White Sands Pupfish

White Sands Pupfish (Cyprinodon tularosa). This species of fish is endemic (native) to New Mexico's Tularosa Basin. They are so rare that they are only found in two springs and two streams here in the Basin... More

Gerald Gower (left) and Alfred Featherston Gower (right)
Yonkers pressure tunnel. Completed section of standard circular type of tunnel 16 feet 7 inches in diameter. Station-marking tile on left. Contract 54. November 21, 1913.
Photograph of the Fore Side of the Bridge of the SS Architect

Photograph of the Fore Side of the Bridge of the SS Architect

Original caption: Photograph Of Fore Side Of Bridge. Date: - July 29, 1918. Photograph Of; - S. S. Architect. Nationality: - British. Tonnage: -6736. Captain: - W. N. Rushforth. Owners: - T. & J. Harrison. Wher... More

Photograph of the Port View of the SS Architect

Photograph of the Port View of the SS Architect

Original caption: Port View. Date: - July 29, 1918. Photograph Of; - S. S. Architect. Nationality: - British. Tonnage: -6736. Captain: - W. N. Rushforth. Owners: - T. & J. Harrison. Where From: - Plymouth, Eng.... More

Photograph of the Starboard View of the SS Architect

Photograph of the Starboard View of the SS Architect

Original caption: Starboard View. Date: - July 29, 1918. Photograph Of; - S. S. Architect. Nationality: - British. Tonnage: -6736. Captain: - W. N. Rushforth. Owners: - T. & J. Harrison. Where From: - Plymouth,... More

Col. Sherrell, Supt. of Public Buildings and Grounds, has issued an order that bathing suits at the Wash[ington] bathing beach must not be over six inches above the knee ...

Col. Sherrell, Supt. of Public Buildings and Grounds, has issued an or...

Photo shows Bill Norton, the bathing beach "cop", using a tape measure to determine the distance between a woman's knee and the bottom of her bathing suit on a beach in Washington, D.C. Title from item In album... More

Miss Rosa D. Stone at Pan-Amer. bldg. holding a piece of Guayacan wood, 30'' in diameter which weighs 23 oz. while the Balsa wood with 402 sq. inches of surface weighs the same. Balsa is a recent importation from Latin Amer. and is used as substitute for cork. Already popular not only as filler for life-preservers but as stopper for the modern flask [Washington, D.C.]
Washington experiences first snow storm of winter. Washington, D.C., Nov. 25. Washington was digging itself out of 8 inches of snow today - the first snow storm of this winter. This scene was made at the White House
New White House police must be tall. Six new six-footers have been added to the White House police force by the Congressional Deficiency bill of last December. Regulations require that they be six feet and over. The picture shows Sergeant Dalrymple measuring R.G. Ford, a new officer, measuring 6 feet 2 inches. In the group, left to right: R.G. Ford, P.A. McDuffie, Dick Ballard, W.M. Haywood, P.E. Allen and B.B. Bradley
Motion pictures by radio coming soon. Motion pictures by radio is very near, predicts C. Francis Jenkins, who has designed this small radio- vision receiving set for use in the homes. It is only a few inches square and is attached to the regular radio receiving set. A miniature motion picture screen is placed on the wall of your home, as shown in this photo. The first of this machine to be made. The photo was taken in Mr. Jenkin's laboratory at Washington, D.C.
Postmaster General receives largest postcard sent through mails. [...] postcard ever sent through the mails was delivered [...]eneral Harry S. New today as an invitation to [...]ening of the Bicennial Conference of the National [...] Post office clerks in Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 5. [...]red 24 by 36 inches and required one dollar in postage. Left to right: Postmaster General New; Thomas F. [...] retary National Federation of Postoffice Clerks; President of the federation and G.K. Mulvey, carrier [...] the card
First of fair sex to obtain motorcycle license in Capital. Washington, D.C., Sept. 15. Although she weights only 88 pounds--one-third of the machine she rides, Mrs. Sally Halterman is the first woman to be granted a license to operate a motorcycle in the District of Columbia. She is 27 years old and 4 feet, 11 inches tall. Immediately after receiving her permit, Mrs. Halterman was initiated into the D.C. Motorcycle Club - the only girl ever to be accorded this honor
And now the educated hog. The office of exhibits, Department of Agriculture has prefected the "educated hog." It talks, n'everything. The talking is done by means of concealed phonograph records and the action is accomplished by means of compressed air. The hog tells those interested all about the damage done to members of his family by the roundworm and as the roundworm gets to work the hogs are deflated by the letting of compressed air. This model, 4 feet 6 inches high will be exhibited the first week in December at the live stock show in Chicago
Largest perfect sphere of crystal in world now in National Museum. The National Museum in Washington has been presented with a perfect sphere of flawless crystal, believed to be the largest in the world. It is 12 and seve and seven eighths inches in diameter and weighs 106 pounds. Captain George Johnson, of the museum guards, is shown in photograph
5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel

5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel

Description (September 18, 1930) Construction of 5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel. The 5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel was built to study spinning characteristics of aircraft. It was an open throat tunnel capable of a m... More

11-Inch High-Speed Tunnel

11-Inch High-Speed Tunnel

Description: Construction of 5 Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel. The 5 Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel was built to study spinning characteristics of aircraft. It was an open throat tunnel capable of a maximum speed of 80 m... More

Magnet with 9-inch poles and 11 inches in diameter. 15,000 gauss across a gap slightly over 1 inch, half million volt-electron hydrogen moleule ions were produced. Crocker Lab 1931-1932. Morgue 1944-29 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Magnet with 9-inch poles and 11 inches in diameter. 15,000 gauss acros...

Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Dusting planes (agricultural sprayers) fly mainly at dawn and dusk when the wind dies down. Their extreme proximity to the ground can turn any sudden gust of wind into an accident. They hedge-hop over obstacles, must remain low to the very edge of the field to be effective. Former bootlegging pilots are supposed to be in demand because "they can miss a tree by inches and set down on a dime." Seabrook Farms, between Bridgeton and Vineland, New Jersey
Trout flown to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 21. Erdorn W. Wood, 57 year old sportsman went to Mystery Pond, New Hampshire, swished 29 trout from its 75-foot dept and started to Washington and President Roosevelt with the catch. His newly constructed glass-bottomed boat drifted on the pond during a rain storm, while Wood, depending solely on fly-casting, hooked the Presidential meal. The trout measured from 9 to 16 inches. Left to right: Spencer Treherne, the pilot; Marvin McIntyre, Secretary to the President who received the fish for the President; and Erdorn Wood, the fisherman, 5/21/1937
Smallest member A.E.F. pickets Capitol. Washington, D.C., May 26. The world's smallest "doughboy", Nicholas Casele, of Newark, N.J., began to picket the U.S. Capitol today and announced he would continue until congress grants him a medal as compensation for his allged illegal draft into the army. Casele served more than a year overseas, fighting in seven major battles. He contends the draft law provided for a minimum height 5 feet 3 inches and 110 pounds of weight while scaled only 4 feet 10 inches and weighed only 104 pounds, 52637

Smallest member A.E.F. pickets Capitol. Washington, D.C., May 26. The ...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Smallest member A.E.F. pickets Capitol. Washington, D.C., May 26. The world's smallest "doughboy", Nicholas Casele, of Newark, N.J., began to picket the U.S. Capitol today and announced he would continue until congress grants him a medal as compensation for his allged illegal draft into the army. Casele served more than a year overseas, fighting in seven major battles. He contends the draft law provided for a minimum height 5 feet 3 inches and 110 pounds of weight while scaled only 4 feet 10 inches and weighed only 104 pounds, 5/26/37
Rammed earth construction near Birmingham, Alabama. A depth of eleven inches is adequate for footings in the Gulf and South Atlantic states
West Texas farmer replanting cotton. Had three inches of rain which washed out the first crop. Near Stanton, Texas
New fathometer used at full speed. Washington, D.C., May 7. Dr. Herbert Grove Dorsey of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey has invented an instrument to secure the precise measurement. The machine sends a sound, pitched so high that it is above audibility, traveling thru the water a known speed, the sound hits the bottom and returns as an echo at 20 times per second. The fathometer is so accurate that a change in depth of three inches can be detected. the indications are made by a flash from a neon tube, viewed thru a rotating disc, the flash of light appearing to stand still and the depth is read as easily as a clock. The instrument indicator is installed in the pilot house (at the top of the machine) and the transceiver (the disc at the right of the machine [?]) is located in the hull of the ship, 5/7/1937
Rammed earth construction near Birmingham, Alabama. A depth of eleven inches is adequate for footings in the Gulf and South Atlantic states
Rammed earth construction near Birmingham, Alabama. The prepared earth is spread in the wall form in layers of three inches in depth
West Texas farmer replanting cotton. Had three inches of rain which washed out the first crop. Near Stanton, Texas
Slash pine tree one year old, thirty-five inches high. Withlacoochee Land Use Project, Florida
"McIntyre meets the Ladies" Washington, D.C., Aug. 4. Three of Washington's loveliest meet the Secretary to the president, and are shown thru the White House. The girls have been competing for the title of Miss Washington, and Miss Dorothy Parker, left; won. Next Marvin McIntyre, Nadine Petrrey, 2nd place, and Miss Toni Mann, who placed third, Miss Parker will take part in the nation wide contest to be held in Atlantic City Labor Day, for the title of Miss America, she weighs 112 lbs, and is 5 feet 4 inches tall, and is 18 years old, 8/4/38
"Miss Washington" Washington, D.C., Aug. 4. Miss Dorothy Parker has been selected as Miss Washington and will compete for the title of "Miss America" at the Atlantic City beauty pageant to be held during Labor Day week. 18 Years old, she weighs 112 pounds and is 5 feet, 4 inches in height. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Albert Parker of Washington, 8/4/38
Beauty contest winners visit the White House. Washington, D.C., Aug. 4. Marvin McIntyre, Secretary to the President greets Miss Dorothy Parker, of Washington, DC, winner of the beauty contest held in Washington annually. 18yrs old, she weighs 112lbs, and is 5 feet, 4 inches, in height, Miss Parker, will compete for the title of Miss America in Atlantic City Labor Day, 8/4/38
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. The x-ray plate is contained in the apparatus in front of the girl. The apparatus in the foreground contains an x-ray tube
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger, used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. X-ray operator with an electrical tube in use. This room is lined with lead and the operator looks through the glass into the room where the patient is
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. X-ray photograph of active tuberculosis condition
In the plains area most of the annual ten inches of rain comes in torrents. Custer County, Montana. They create gullies and sheet erosion
National Capitol digs out of snow. Washington, D.C., Jan. 14. Nearly five inches of snow blanketed the city yesterday, followed by sleet. Icy steps made the going to and from the Capitol difficult until workmen arrived this morning and scraped away the menace, 1/14/39
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. The x-ray plate is contained in the apparatus in front of the girl. The apparatus in the foreground contains an x-ray tube
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. Placing a patient against an old style x-ray film holder
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases, to show various stages of tuberculosis. Timer for x-ray apparatus
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. Front of an x-ray tube apparatus
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. Back of the x-ray camera
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. Making an x-ray exposure by photographing the fluorescent screen
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. Lens contained in an apparatus for x-ray photographs
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases, to show various stages of tuberculosis. Apparatus for controlling the voltage and strength of the x-rays
Dr. Howard V. H. Inches, 1/6/39
Maintenance man at the Combustion Engineering Co. working at the largest cold steel hydraulic press in the world, Chattanooga, Tenn. This press can shape steel plates several inches in thickness
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. Comparison of the standard x-ray film holder and the 4x5 film holder used in the x-ray camera
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. The patient is placed in front of a flurescent screen and this screen is photographed on ordinary photographic film by means of a lens of larger aperture
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. An x-ray tube.
Office of War Information poster. Poster distributed by the OWI to taxi cabs, streetcars, restaurants, taverns, public buildings, etc. The original is in three sizes: seven inches by ten inches, fourteen inches by twenty inches, twenty-eight inches by forty inches and is printed in red and black on white. Copies may be obtained from Office of War Information, 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Every day you take off gives the Axis a break. Poster distributed by the War Production Board (WPB) plants. The original is 28 12 inches by 40 inches and is printed in yellow and black on white. The photograph was taken by Louise Dahl-Wolfe. Copies may be obtained from War Production Drive Headquarters, War Production Board, Washington, D.C

Every day you take off gives the Axis a break. Poster distributed by t...

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

Poster distributed by Office of War Information (OWI) to Office of Civilian Defense councils. The original is 22 inches x 28 inches and is printed in red and yellow on white. Copies may be obtained from the Division of Public Inquiries, OWI, Washington, D.C

Poster distributed by Office of War Information (OWI) to Office of Civ...

Actual size of negative is B (approximately 5 x 7 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... More

War Production Board poster. Poster produced by the WPB for distribution to war industry plants, especially factories producing tanks or parts of tanks. The original is 28 1/2 inches by 40 inches and is printed in full color. It was designed by the OWI from a painting by C.C. Beall. Copies may be obtained from Central Distribution Service. Office of Emergency Management, 1516 14th Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Poster. A careless word...a needles loss. Poster distributed by the Office of War Information to bars and taverns, bowling alleys, bus terminals, libraries, theatres. The original comes in three sizes: 22 inches x 28 inches, 28 inches x 40 inches, 21 78 inches x 23 78 inches, and is printed in full color. Copies are obtainable from Division of Public Inquiries, OWI, 14th and Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C

Poster. A careless word...a needles loss. Poster distributed by the Of...

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

"Books Are Weapons." Poster produced by the Office of War Information (OWI) for distribution to libraries and book stores. The original is twenty inches by twenty-eight inches and is printed in black and red on white. Copies are available from the Division of Inquiries, Office of War Information, Washington, D.C.
Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. A ribbon of hot steel rolls forth from high hot rolling mill, where it has been pressed down from about six to two inches in thickness. These ribbons are about thirty-five inches wide, and are used in coils or in cut lengths
Office of War Information poster. Poster distributed by the OWI to war plants, recreation halls, libraries, schools, post offices, taverns, etc. The original comes in two sizes: twenty-eight inches by forty inches and twenty-two inches by twenty-eight inches and is printed in full color. Copies may be obtained from United States Information Center, 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.
War Production Board poster. Poster produced by the WPB for distribution to shipyards. The original is 28 1/2 inches by 40 inches and is printed in full color. It was designed by the Office of War Information (OWI) from a painting by C.C. Beall. Copies may be obtained from Central Distribution Service, Office of Emergency Management (OEM), 1516 14th Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Make it right--They'll make it fight. Poster distributed by War Production Board (WPB) to war plants. The original is 22 inches x 28 inches and is printed in red and blue. Copies are obtainable from War Production Drive Headquarters, 1210 Raleigh Hotel, Washinton, D.C.
War Manpower Commission poster. Poster distributed by the WMC to war plants, labor organizations, churches, libraries, high schools and colleges. The original is 28 12 inches by 40 inches and is printed in red, white and blue, on black and white. It was designed from a photograph by Howard Liberman, staff photographer, Office of War Information. Copies may be obtained from the Office of War Information (OWI), Bureau of Public Inquiries, 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C

War Manpower Commission poster. Poster distributed by the WMC to war p...

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

War Production Board poster. Poster produced by the WPB for distribution to war industry plants, especially factories producing tanks or parts of tanks. The original is 28 12 inches by 40 inches and is printed in full color. It was designed by the OWI from a painting by C.C. Beall. Copies may be obtained from Central Distribution Service. Office of Emergency Management, 1516 14th Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C

War Production Board poster. Poster produced by the WPB for distributi...

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

Every day you take off gives the Axis a break. Poster distributed by the War Production Board (WPB) plants. The original is 28 1/2 inches by 40 inches and is printed in yellow and black on white. The photograph was taken by Louise Dahl-Wolfe. Copies may be obtained from War Production Drive Headquarters, War Production Board, Washington, D.C.
Office of War Information Poster. Poster distributed by OWI to war plants, post offices, schools, taverns, public buildings, etc. The original comes in four sizes: 40 inches x 56 inches, 28 inches x 40 inches, 22 inches x 28 inches, 14 inches x 20 inches, and is printed in red, blue, black, and orange on white. Copies may be obtained from U.W. Information Center, 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C

Office of War Information Poster. Poster distributed by OWI to war pla...

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

Poster. Let's give him enough and on time. Poster produced by Army Ordnance War Department and distributed to labor-management committees in war plants. The original is 28 1/2 inches by 40 inches and is from a full color painting by Norman Rockwell, famous illustrator. Copies may be obtained from War Production Drive Headquarters, War Production Board (WPB), Washington, D.C.
Poster. A careless word...a needless sinking. Poster distributed by the Office of War Information to hotels, schools, war plants, libraries, terminals, recreational halls, office buildings. The original comes in three sizes: 40 inches x 56 inches, 28 inches x 40 inches, and 22 inches x 28 inches and is printed in full color against a dark background. Copies may be obtained from the Division of Public Inquiries, OWI, 14th and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.
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