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Pieces of slag from glazing process
Two Warriors, One with a Winged Genie on His Helmet
[Process of distilling water]
Grigor'ev's bell of 1655 in process of being raised into structure where it was to hang - shows winches, block and tackle, etc.

Grigor'ev's bell of 1655 in process of being raised into structure whe...

Illus. in: Eric Palmquist, Nagre widh sidste kongl. ambassaden till tzaren muskow, 1674, leaf 20. Ref. copy may be in SSF(Gr) - BELLS. This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Portrait of Louis XV
Carlo Lasinio - Portrait of Edouard Dagoty
... An act for reviving certain suits and process which have been discontinued in the district court of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs, 1795].

... An act for reviving certain suits and process which have been disc...

Evans 29681.; Caption title: At head of title: Third Congress of the United States: At the second session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of Novem... More

William Henry Fox Talbot - The Chess Players, England
Original daguerreotype from J. L. M. Daguerre. Very rare. Gold-toned in a toning bath in a process presented to the public in 1840.  The picture was restored in 1913 by E. Stenger and in 1955 by R. Skopec.  It is one of the two Daguerre works in Czech Republic

Original daguerreotype from J. L. M. Daguerre. Very rare. Gold-toned i...

Original daguerreotype from J. L. M. Daguerre. Very rare. Gold-toned in a toning bath in a process presented to the public in 1840. The picture was restored in 1913 by E. Stenger and in 1955 by R. Skopec. It ... More

S. P. Peck Apothecary
A.- No. 47. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act extending the relief by habeas corpus to persons in confinement under civil process [1846?].

A.- No. 47. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act extending the relief...

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 99, Folder 62e.

Frederick Douglass
Henri Joseph Harpignies - Shepherd Resting in a Clearing
Untitled (Dog)
Hominy by a new process! Hughes hominy and samp mill! Patented Oct. 12, 1852 ... William Reading, sole agent. No. 226, Seventh street, Washington, D. C. March 1, 1855. Washington. Polkinhorn, printer, corner of 7th and D streets.

Hominy by a new process! Hughes hominy and samp mill! Patented Oct. 12...

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 202, Folder 4.

Rocambole threatening to start a process without end, covering the Oriental question. Since he never finishes anything, chances are that the process also will never be finished, from 'News of the day,' published in Le Charivari, January 23, 1867
mountains from "A Phrenologist amongst the Todas; or the study of a primitive tribe in South India history, character, customs, religion, infanticide, polyandry, language ... illustrations by the autotype process"

mountains from "A Phrenologist amongst the Todas; or the study of a pr...

This image has been taken from scan 000090 from "A Phrenologist amongst the Todas; or the study of a primitive tribe in South India history, character, customs, religion, infanticide, polyandry, language ... il... More

Polypodium Novae Zealandiae, Pirongia. From the album: New Zealand ferns. 148 varieties
A positive process from a negative result, "try yer funny bizness on us, will yer?"

A positive process from a negative result, "try yer funny bizness on u...

Print shows a man with canine facial features that match his dog's, is swinging a large camera like a club at a man whose clothing is in tatters and who is sprawled on the floor, the dog biting his ear; the fur... More

Solvay Process Co.'s works, Syracuse [i.e. Solvary]
Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1: Portrait of the Artist's Mother
The Sick Child I
Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial.

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska ...

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial.

Inventors of alcohol from wood process and gauger in front of large wooden vats in shed
Rose Wilder Lane says Ludlow Resolution is needed as check on government. Washington, D.C., May 10. Rose Wilder Lane, writer, today urged support of the Ludlow Resolution which is being considered by a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee. She supported it on the grounds that it would 'carry forward the American process of government,' and followed by saying that it is another check on government. We need more checks on government. The bill, if passed, would make aggressive war by the United States subject to vote by the people
New 'Mosquito Boat' ready for action. Washington, D.C., June 19. The PT-9, first of the American Motor Torpedo Boats to be delivered to the U.S. Navy under the President's $15,000,000 experimental small craft program had a preview showing for the press today. The 'Mosquito Boat' and eight other ones will be based at the naval operating base, Norfolk, Va., where they will undergo service tests under various sea conditions to determine their capabilities and limitations. This is the same type of boat that the government is in the process of releasing to the British Navy. Chairman David L. Walsh of the Senate Naval Affairs Committee expressed indignation over the Navy's action in this respect in view of the fact that this government is trying to build up its own sea power
New Mosquito Boat gets a tryout. Washington, D.C., June 19. The PT-9, first of the new 'Mosquito Boats' to be delivered to the U.S. Navy under the President's $15,000,000 experimental small craft program had a preview for the press today. This is the same type of boat that the government is in process of releasing to the British Navy, causing great unrest and indignation in Capitol circles. Eight other boats will be based at the naval operating base, Norfolk, Va., to undergo severe seagoing tests. The squadron will be known as the Mosquito Fleet and the insignia which was designed by Walt Disney consists of a mosquito riding on the top of a high speed torpedo. Shown in the picture is Lieutenant Earl S. Caldwell, USN, Commander of the squadron
Cane ready for the grinding process, Island of St. Kitts, B.W.I.

Cane ready for the grinding process, Island of St. Kitts, B.W.I.

Stereo copyrighted by B.L. Singley (Keystone View Co.). No. 14468. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Plantation crops St. Christopher... 1903; Child labor Field... More

"Due process of law" / Ehrhart.

"Due process of law" / Ehrhart.

Illustration shows Justice, wearing a crown labeled "Law" and carrying a sword and scales, riding on the back of a snail, climbing a steep hill strewn with bolders labeled "Certificate of reasonable doubt, Appe... More

Process kettles, Baltimore, Md., U.S.A.
Brass Works, Bridgeport, Conn.: "Breaking down" - the first process in rolling brass bars into sheets

Brass Works, Bridgeport, Conn.: "Breaking down" - the first process in...

Stereo copyrighted by H.C. White Co. No. 12978. No copyright renewal. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Geogr.; Ind.

Walling process
Walling process
"Due process of law" / Will Crawford.

"Due process of law" / Will Crawford.

Illustration shows a man wearing a top hat labeled "Lawyer", sitting on a pile of money bags labeled "Fees" in a cart drawn by a donkey labeled "The Law"; the reins are labeled "Red Tape" and the harness is lab... More

Cooling and drying silk cocoons after deadening process, Antioch, Syria

Cooling and drying silk cocoons after deadening process, Antioch, Syri...

J179872 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. No. 11131. No. U-137059. No. S 876. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood.

7-year old Rosie. Regular oyster shucker. Her second year at it. Illiterate. Works all day. Shucks only a few pots a day. (Showing process) Varn & Platt Canning Co.  Location: Bluffton, South Carolina.
7-year old Rosie. Regular oyster shucker. Her second year at it. Illiterate. Works all day. Shucks only a few pots a day. (Showing process) Varn & Platt Canning Co.  Location: Bluffton, South Carolina.
Monthly Progress Photo, Cantilever Crane Extension, Steel in Process of Fabrication, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Cantilever Crane Extension, Steel in Process o...

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

"Cleopatra" in Domain cricket ground
Mosambik 1914. Fra en av kokospalmeplantasjene til selskapet Soc. du Madal i Quelimane.

Mosambik 1914. Fra en av kokospalmeplantasjene til selskapet Soc. du M...

Mosambik 1914. Fra en av kokospalmeplantasjene til selskapet Soc. du Madal i Quelimane.

Bureau Printing & Eng. Plate making: dipping plate in cyanide furnance in case laudering process Bath and Oil adjoining, [1914]
The terrible plague of locusts in Palestine, March-June 1915. Wings in process of unfolding.
Stool by Laila El Mehelmy

Stool by Laila El Mehelmy

This stool is made through the process of sand casting directly onto wood. This process reflects the diverse nature of America; the mix of materials is representative of the different races that make up the pop... More

Stool by Laila El Mehelmy

Stool by Laila El Mehelmy

This stool is made through the process of sand casting directly onto wood. This process reflects the diverse nature of America; the mix of materials is representative of the different races that make up the pop... More

Resting Grizzly unfinished enlargement (backside)

Resting Grizzly unfinished enlargement (backside)

Unfinished, in sculpture's studio

Armor - Armor - Bethlehem Steel Company, Bethlehem, PA. Forging armor plate under 14000-ton hydaulic press. The plate in process of being forged is seen between two uprights of the press and being at a white heat, looks like a flat cake of ice
Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal and Others - Manufacturing gases for Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland.  Gas offense plant in process of erection

Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal and Others - Manu...

Photographer: Chemical Warfare Service Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal and Others

Airplanes - Parts - Dual stick control of the advanced training airplanes, showing process of manufacture in plant of Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y

Airplanes - Parts - Dual stick control of the advanced training airpla...

Photographer: Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Corp. Airplanes - Parts

Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal and Others - Charcoal producing for Chemical Warfare Service.  Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Plant, San Francisco, California.  Generator building whose interior was reconstructed for carbonizing process

Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal and Others - Char...

Photographer: Pacific Gas & Electric Company Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal and Others

Airplanes - Propellers - Appearance of aeroplane propellers at different stages in the manufacturing process. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis

Airplanes - Propellers - Appearance of aeroplane propellers at differe...

Photographer: Forest Products Lab., Wis. Airplanes - Propellers

Colleges and Universities - Tufts College - Tufts College, Massachusetts. Falling in on the first day of the Student Army Training corps.  The Student army in process of formation
Flax industry, hatchling flax; the first process in making the famous Irish linen
Olive crushing and pressing. Process of winding the suspended weight on a rod resting on the forked beam
Jewish colonies and settlements. Tel Aviv. Process of building progressing
Agriculture, etc. Primitive methods of rubbing and grinding wheat. A large 'Grain rubber.' Process demonstrated by two peasant girls
Pieces of slag from glazing process

Pieces of slag from glazing process

From Egypt, Memphite Region, Lisht North, Cemetery south of pyramid, House A1, so-called "faience factory", MMA excavations, 1920–22 Late Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom

Pieces of slag from glazing process

Pieces of slag from glazing process

From Egypt, Memphite Region, Lisht North, Cemetery south of pyramid, House A1, so-called "faience factory", MMA excavations, 1920–22 Late Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom

Pieces of slag from glazing process

Pieces of slag from glazing process

From Egypt, Memphite Region, Lisht North, Cemetery south of pyramid, House A1, so-called "faience factory", MMA excavations, 1920–22 Late Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom

Olive crushing and pressing. Process of applying the weight. Scene framed by ancient archway showing village
One of the Cabel County Demonstration Team demonstrating the process of blanching tomatoes to visitors at the 4 H Club Fair. (See Photos No. 48, 49, 50, 51.)  Location: Charleston, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.
National Archives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. In the powerful press, the sheets of acetate, under heat and pressure 'melt' into the pores of the paper and adhere to each other as well. One additional advantage of this process is that, after being pressed with the sheets of cellulose acetate, the paper is thinner and takes up less room than it did originally. The result is a sheet of paper and acetate which comes off the polished metal plates as a single sheet. Tests for the aging of this material made by the Bureau of Standards in Washington have shown that this treatment of the paper, called laminating is as permanent as it is possible to make any record of paper
National Archives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. Preservation of documents has long been a problem in libraries and offices of record. It was once done by a process known as 'crepelining,' which consisted in placing coarsely woven silk over and under the paper to be preserved with the use of adhesive. The most modern process now used is called the laminating process and consists in sandwiching the document between two sheets of thin, transparent cellulose acetate. This is then placed between two highly polished metal plates and subjected to heat and pressure in a hydraulic press
Dr. E. Francis Warren, of Harvard U., believes he will be able to "shoot down" the heaviest clouds and fog by his new invention demonstrated recently at Bolling Field, Wash., by Army fliers. The process uses sand and he states that if enough airplanes are equipped with this device, it will not only be possible to break up clouds and cause rainbut to remove fogs from over both cities and harbors. The picture shows Lt. W. E. Melville pouring sand into the pit. Directly underneath the wing can be seen a nozzle that sprays the sand through the air
New quick drying defense huts demonstrated to government officials. Washington, D.C., Aug. 25. By means of a new invention known as the vacuum concrete process, a pill box fort was erected on the grounds of the National Bureau of Standards today in the record time of four hours. The purpose of the demonstration was to show a new and more efficient method of construction for defense purposes under emergencies. K.P. billner (right) inventor of the process, is pictured explaining it to Dr. Lyman Briggs, ([...])Director of the Bureau of Standards, and [..] Monroe Johnson, Assistant Secretary of Commerce
Industrial exposition, 1926, Walling Process
American Photoengravers Association convention. Scherer Rollup Process exhibit
Levy process camera
Mosaic floor discovered in the Nativity Basilica [Church of the Nativity] of Bethlehem during process of restoration work in August, 1934. Excavation in the floor of the nave showing the Byzantine mosaic floor
Mosaic floor discovered in the Nativity Basilica [Church of the Nativity] of Bethlehem during process of restoration work in August, 1934. Close-up of mosaic floor showing details
Mosaic floor discovered in the Nativity Basilica [Church of the Nativity] of Bethlehem during process of restoration work in August, 1934. Design resembling swastikas
Repair work in Church of [the Holy] Sepulchre. Process of cleaning of old plaster from stone-facing showing numerous crosses-cutting stone.
Hadassah University on Scopus. General view of the Hadassah University Hospital on Mt. Scopes in process of building
Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

This is a photograph of Case Number Two of The U.S. Electoral Process exhibit, titled "Jacksonian Era." Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

This is a photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process exhibit, including a 1968 political cartoon, a poster by Ben Shahn (FDR Library), and a 1968 poster from the National Republican Committee. Historic Photograph... More

Arkansas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.
Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

This is a photograph of Case Number One of The U.S. Electoral Process exhibit, titled "Washington-Jefferson." Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Collecting. Process collection tank containing butadiene. From these tanks the liquid is pumped to the spherical storage tanks shown in picture number 5
Demonstrating process of canning corn at community canning kitchen near Atkins, Arkansas
Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

This is a photograph of Case Number Four of The U.S. Electoral Process exhibit, titled "Political Parties Modernize," showing the 1968 election results. Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Photograph of Supreme Court Exhibit Case 5, Due Process of Laws

Photograph of Supreme Court Exhibit Case 5, Due Process of Laws

Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Whale blubber sliced from body. The first process in cutting up a humpback whale, in which the chain and cable are attached to the blubber, is shown here. As the cable is wound on the drum by the steam winch, the blanket-like layer of blubber is pulled back as fast as the workman with the "cutting-spade" can cut it loose from the body
Arkansas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.
Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

This is a photograph of Case Number Three of The U.S. Electoral Process exhibit, titled "Hayes-Tilden Dispute." Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

Photograph of The U.S. Electoral Process Exhibit

This is a photograph of Case Number Four of The U.S. Electoral Process exhibit, titled "Political Parties." Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Steam pressing the cloth is one process in manufacturing women's coats at Jersey Homesteads, Hightstown
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Cut-over land, now in the process of reseeding by state forest service. Planted about February 1, 1936. Beltrami Island reforestation project, Minnesota
Check row planting of cotton. A new process which has been long used in corn which practically eliminates need for hand labor at chopping season, just as a mechanical picker would eliminate the hand pickers at harvest. Mississippi Delta near Greenville, Mississippi
Large turpentine still and processing plant near Valdosta, Georgia. This represents industrialization of the turpentine process and forecasts the decline of small processors with their stills in the woods. Farmers will do their own chipping and dipping in the future and deliver the raw gum to the plants of this type. Now they lease their trees to the small processor
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Barn constructed by rammed earth process. Gardendale, Alabama
During planting operations, pine trees taken from the nursery are kept in good condition by the process of "healing in" near the planting area. Withlacoochee Land Use Project, Florida
Hams. From time to time the hams are taken from the incubator by Mr. Carroll and weighed to checked the shrinkage caused during the aging process
Foundation forms for homes under construction at the Resettlement Administration project, Ironwood, Michigan. Farm buildings in process of removal at left
Washington, D.C., Mar. 13. H.C. Yates with the process printing frame printing direct from negative to metal plate. At the geological survey
Imperishable insects created by scientists. Washington, D.C. June 18. William R. Walton, Senior Entomologist of the Division of Cereal and Forage Insects, U.S. Department of Agriculture, whose unique hobby is the making of metal casts of all sorts of insects from the tiniest Scarab to the enormous six-inch Goliath Beetle, which feeds on the tropical vegetation of New Guinea. In his distinctly original work Mr. Walton uses the Galvano-Plasty method of metal coating, which he set about developing over 30 years ago. This is an electro-mechanical process similar to the electrotype process used in making newspaper cuts. 6/18/37
Hams now aged in 6 to 10 weeks. College Park, Md. Oct. 27. No longer is it necessary to age ham a year or so to obtain that sharp, pungent, cheesy flavor in the lean meat, so characteristic of southern style ham. Speeding up nature, the Maryland Experiment Station, University of Maryland, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has developed a process by which it is possible to produce some of these characterisitc flavors in hams in relatively short time--6 to 10 weeks--by holding them at temperatures from 107 F to 125 F in specially constructed incubator. 1. The first step in the process is the thorough curing of the hams, three days being allowed for each pound of ham being cured. Mr. F.D. Carroll, of the Maryland Experiment Station, is shown with a few of the hams after they have been cured
William Besson in the process of "drilling" near Winton, Minnesota
Virginia style ham. [...] did Mrs. Mark Bristol. [...]ze when she baked Virginia style. a couple of hams for friends a few years ago that would eventually develop into a lucrative business for her. The flavor of the hams so intrigued the friends that they passed the word on to others and as a result Mrs. Bristol now bakes thousands of hams every year in her kitchen on fashionable Massachusetts Avenue and ship them to all parts of the world. Even the Duke of Windsor is now one of her best customers. It takes Mrs. Bristol four days to prepare a ham according to her specially formulate recipe. It is first soaked and simmered for days and then while baking, it is sprinkled with cloves, pineapple and basted with sherry, brandy or applejack. The hams are originally obtained from a special farm in Virginia where they have been smoked in the real Dixie manner. Mrs. Bristol frequently inspects the ham while is it in the simmering process. Her Virginia cook and first assistant, Mamie, holds the lid
Large turpentine still and processing plant near Valdosta, Georgia. This represents industrialization of the turpentine process and forecasts the decline of small processors with their stills in the woods. Farmers will do their own chipping and dipping in the future and deliver the raw gum to the plants of this type. Now they lease their trees to the small processor
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