American mothers and sisters, like these women at the Douglas Aircraft Company, give important help in producing dependable planes for their men at the front, Long Beach, Calif. Most important of the many types of aircraft made at this plant are the B-17F ("Flying Fortress") heavy bomber, the A-20 ("Havoc") assault bomber and the C-47 heavy transport plane for the carrying of troops and cargo
Print shows a woman with long hair chasing butterflies; following her are several children mocking her, two mothers carrying infants on their backs, and a man smoking a pipe and carrying a hoe(?).
Print shows a young woman sitting in a chair, holding a small child on her lap next to a crib in a bedroom; clothing is piled on a chair on the right, a large armoire stands in the background, and a doll is tuc... more
This image has been taken from scan 000005 from "[Mothers and Daughters: a comedy in five acts, etc.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British L... more
This image has been taken from scan 000006 from "[Mothers and Daughters: a comedy in five acts, etc.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British L... more
Burning of the Henry Clay Near Yonkers–While on Her Trip From Albany to New York on Wednesday Afternoon July 28th, 1852.–The rapid spread of the flames forced the passengers into the water. Mothers and children, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters were drowned together, whilst trying to save each other. Little children buffetted the waves in vain for a few moments, and then sunk to rise no more. Persons on board about 500 of which number nearly 100 are supposed to have perished.
A steam-driven paddleboat burns. Passengers crowd to the upright bow of the ship, while others jump from the stern. In the foreground passengers are tossed in the ocean waves. Lithographed and published by Nath... more
Photograph shows a night scene of a women drowning at sea, holding her infant aloft. In the foreground, a broken mast and tattered sails. The picture is a companion piece to McRae's "They're saved! They're saved!"
Photograph shows night scene of a sailor rescuing a woman and her child from the sea . The picture is a companion piece to McRae's print "My child! My child!"