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Orion Underway Recovery Test for EFT-1

Orion Underway Recovery Test for EFT-1

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – U.S. Navy personnel use several rigid hull inflatable boats during the Orion underway recovery test. Earlier in the week, the Orion boilerplate test vehicle and other hardware were transport... More

"A Religious Devotee Summoned to Pray for the King's Recovery", Folio from a Bustan (Orchard) of Sa'di
"A Religious Devotee Summoned to Pray for the King's Recovery", Folio from a Bustan (Orchard) of Sa'di
The Reception of Louis XIV at the Hôtel de Ville on the Occasion of his Recovery, January 30, 1687

The Reception of Louis XIV at the Hôtel de Ville on the Occasion of hi...

Sébastien Leclerc I (French, Metz 1637–1714 Paris)

An account of the remarkable recovery of Mrs. Mary Read, of Rehoboth, to the use of her limbs, of which she had been deprived three years. [Probably printed in Providence 1769].

An account of the remarkable recovery of Mrs. Mary Read, of Rehoboth, ...

Read, Mary. 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 164, Folder 6a.

Drafts relating to an act for the recovery of debt
The Recovery after a Severe Drunken Frolic at Corrichatachin (Picturesque Beauties of Boswell, Part the Second)

The Recovery after a Severe Drunken Frolic at Corrichatachin (Pictures...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Out of Fits, or the Recovery to the Satisfaction of All Parties

Out of Fits, or the Recovery to the Satisfaction of All Parties

Attributed to George Townley Stubbs (British, Liverpool 1756–1815)

knight from "[The History of the Crusades for the recovery and possession of the Holy Land.]"

knight from "[The History of the Crusades for the recovery and possess...

This image has been taken from scan 000010 from volume 02 of "[The History of the Crusades for the recovery and possession of the Holy Land.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from... More

Holy Land from "[The History of the Crusades for the recovery and possession of the Holy Land.]"

Holy Land from "[The History of the Crusades for the recovery and poss...

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Portrait from "[The History of the Crusades for the recovery and possession of the Holy Land.]"

Portrait from "[The History of the Crusades for the recovery and posse...

This image has been taken from scan 000010 from volume 01 of "[The History of the Crusades for the recovery and possession of the Holy Land.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from... More

Flooding ^ Mudslide/Landslide ^ Severe Storm - Bulan, Ky. , June 15, 2009 -- FEMA Public Information Officer (PIO) Rite Egan (right) shows Lillie Gibson ,a local resident of Bulan in Perry County,the look of the proper FEMA credentials. During disaster recovery affected residents must be on the lookout for possible fraud. Rob Melendez/FEMA

Flooding ^ Mudslide/Landslide ^ Severe Storm - Bulan, Ky. , June 15, 2...

The original database describes this as: Title: FEMA public information officer with a resident in Perry County Kentucky Production Date: 06/15/2009 Caption: Bulan, Ky. , June 15, 2009 -- FEMA Public Informa... More

15 dollars reward. Strayed or stolen, on Sunday evening the 17th instant, a large well-built bay horse, 16 hands high ... Any information leading to the recovery of the above property will be received and the said reward paid, by calling at hous

15 dollars reward. Strayed or stolen, on Sunday evening the 17th insta...

Reward. 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 204, Folder 22.

map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and discovery in the City and the Holy Land. By Capt. W., ... Capt. Warren. ... With an Introduction by A. P. Stanley. Edited by W. Morrison. (Explorations in the Peninsula of Sinai. By F. W. Holland.)"

map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and di...

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map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and discovery in the City and the Holy Land. By Capt. W., ... Capt. Warren. ... With an Introduction by A. P. Stanley. Edited by W. Morrison. (Explorations in the Peninsula of Sinai. By F. W. Holland.)"

map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and di...

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map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and discovery in the City and the Holy Land. By Capt. W., ... Capt. Warren. ... With an Introduction by A. P. Stanley. Edited by W. Morrison. (Explorations in the Peninsula of Sinai. By F. W. Holland.)"

map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and di...

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map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and discovery in the City and the Holy Land. By Capt. W., ... Capt. Warren. ... With an Introduction by A. P. Stanley. Edited by W. Morrison. (Explorations in the Peninsula of Sinai. By F. W. Holland.)"

map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and di...

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map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and discovery in the City and the Holy Land. By Capt. W., ... Capt. Warren. ... With an Introduction by A. P. Stanley. Edited by W. Morrison. (Explorations in the Peninsula of Sinai. By F. W. Holland.)"

map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and di...

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map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and discovery in the City and the Holy Land. By Capt. W., ... Capt. Warren. ... With an Introduction by A. P. Stanley. Edited by W. Morrison. (Explorations in the Peninsula of Sinai. By F. W. Holland.)"

map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and di...

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map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and discovery in the City and the Holy Land. By Capt. W., ... Capt. Warren. ... With an Introduction by A. P. Stanley. Edited by W. Morrison. (Explorations in the Peninsula of Sinai. By F. W. Holland.)"

map from "The Recovery of Jerusalem. A narrative of exploration and di...

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Service of Thanksgiving for Recovery of Prince of Wales medal

Service of Thanksgiving for Recovery of Prince of Wales medal

Medalist: Joseph Shepherd Wyon (British, 1836–1873)

Service of Thanksgiving for Recovery of Prince of Wales medal

Service of Thanksgiving for Recovery of Prince of Wales medal

Medalist: Joseph Shepherd Wyon (British, 1836–1873)

Service of Thanksgiving for Recovery of Prince of Wales medal
Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul's for the Recovery of the Prince of Wales from Typhoid Fever, February 27, 1872
Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul's for the Recovery of the Prince of Wales from Typhoid Fever, February 27, 1872

Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul's for the Recovery of the Prince of W...

Medalist: Alfred Benjamin Wyon (British, 1837–1884)

Service of Thanksgiving for Recovery of Prince of Wales medal
New York - First celebration of President Garfield's recovery

New York - First celebration of President Garfield's recovery

The display of fireworks at Fort Greene, Brooklyn, August 4th. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1881 Aug. 20. This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Townsend plan head. Washington, D.C., July 13. Dr. Francis E. Townsend, founder of the Townsend National Recovery Plan, from a new informal picture made a few days ago
Labor Secretary arrives for meeting of Council for Industrial Progress. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. Management and Labor. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins escorted by John G. Paine, Chairman of the Employers Group in the Berry Industrial-Labor Council, arrives for the meeting of Industry and Labor. Addressing the conference, Mme Perkins predicted that the "upward swing of recovery" will be continued. The Government, she said, will stand by to aid in the accomplishment of this objective
Celebrating Rover's recovery

Celebrating Rover's recovery

Three girls around table with six dogs. H72453 U.S. Copyright Office. No. 3184. Copyright by C.L. Wasson.

Flooding ^ Severe Storm - Nashville, Tenn. , June 23, 2010 -- FEMA Logistics specialists use a Tennessee map and pushpins to create a visual reference of the location of Disaster Recovery Centers as well as the open-closed status of each center.  FEMA is responding to severe storms and flooding that damaged or destroyed thousands of homes across Tennessee in May 2010.  David Fine/FEMA

Flooding ^ Severe Storm - Nashville, Tenn. , June 23, 2010 -- FEMA Log...

The original database describes this as: Title: Logistics Maps Locations of Disaster Recovery Centers Production Date: 06/23/2010 Caption: Nashville, Tenn. , June 23, 2010 -- FEMA Logistics specialists use a... More

Convalescent British soldiers in France having a rest in a recreation room in a hut provided for them by the B.R.C.S.

Convalescent British soldiers in France having a rest in a recreation ...

This photograph shows a lot of convalescent soldiers sitting at long tables which extend the length of the recreation hut. They are reading and writing letters. There have been attempts, presumably by the Red C... More

Soldatenunterkunft möglicherweise in der Gegend von Miechow
Uvedjekkenji

Uvedjekkenji

Türkisches Militär, Spiele bei Beschneidungsfest. Fotograf: Haubitzenbatterie.

Offiziersbad im Felde

Offiziersbad im Felde

Isonzofront; Fotograf: Kriegsvermessung 5.

K.u.K. Feldkinozug Nr. 15

K.u.K. Feldkinozug Nr. 15

Ernemann Rex-Apparatvermutlich Klagenfurt; Fotograf: 10. Armeekommando

Soldatenheim in Vermiglio

Soldatenheim in Vermiglio

Soldatenheim, Abschnitt Kommando II; Südfront, Val di Sole, Provinz Brescia; Fotograf: Flam.

Sonntagsruhe für die Beschäftigten in der Industrie - Krakau - In polnischer Sprache

Sonntagsruhe für die Beschäftigten in der Industrie - Krakau - In poln...

Laut Verordnung vom Handelsministerium vom 31. Juli 1914 über Sonntagsruhe in der Industrie - Arbeitgeber werden aufgefordet, den in der Industrie beschäftigten Arbeitnehmern an Sonntagen Freizeit zu Verfügung ... More

Ein Bad in der Moscenca

Ein Bad in der Moscenca

Slowenien, Umgebung von Flisch, Rombon; Fotograf: 10. Armeekommando.

Im tiefen Schlaf nach einem Gefecht  am Fajti hrib

Im tiefen Schlaf nach einem Gefecht am Fajti hrib

Isonzofront, vermutlich Umgebung von Triest; Fotograf: Kriegsvermessung 5

Ein Bad in der Moscenca

Ein Bad in der Moscenca

Slowenien, Umgebung von Flitsch, Rombon; Fotograf :10. Armeekommando

Five soldiers recuperating in the sun, during World War I

Five soldiers recuperating in the sun, during World War I

Five relatively young soldiers are lying in beds on a gravel path. The beds are made from pieces of metal tubing and look fairly compact. Each man has a number of pillows to prop him up and is holding a bamboo ... More

K.u.k Feldkinozug Nr. 15;

K.u.k Feldkinozug Nr. 15;

Vermutlich Klagenfurt, Fotograf: 10. Armeekommando (Rohr)

Soldaten reinigen ihre Uniformen

Soldaten reinigen ihre Uniformen

Möglicherweise in der Umgebung von Feltre oder Vittorio Veneto; Fotograf: Kriegsvermessung 13

Sonntagsruhe für die Beschäftigten in der Industrie - Kundmachung - Krakau -  In polnischer Sprache

Sonntagsruhe für die Beschäftigten in der Industrie - Kundmachung - Kr...

Laut Verordnung vom Handelsministerium vom 31. Juli 1914 über Sonntagsruhe in der Industrie - Arbeitgeber werden aufgefordet, den in der Industrie beschäftigten Arbeitnehmern an Sonntagen Freizeit zu Verfügung ... More

500 Personen fassendes Kino in Bielogorodka

500 Personen fassendes Kino in Bielogorodka

Ostgalizien, Wolhynien, Russland.

Badende Offiziere an der Isonzofront

Badende Offiziere an der Isonzofront

Vermutlich bei San Giovanni (bei Duino); Fotograf: Kriegsvermessung 5

Soldaten, die zum Feldbad angetreten sind

Soldaten, die zum Feldbad angetreten sind

Die Mannschaft geht bei Segeti zum Feldbad, vermutlich südlich von Görz

Theatersaal des Soldatenheimes in Predazzo

Theatersaal des Soldatenheimes in Predazzo

Dolomitenfront, Trentino, Fleimstal (Val di Fiemme); Fotograf: Flam

Offiziere im Bad

Offiziere im Bad

Möglicherweise Adelsberg, vermutlich Hinterland der Isonzofront, Istrien, heute Kroatien. Fotograf: 23. Korps.

K.u.K. Feld- und Freiluftkino in Dornberk (Dornberg)
American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - Sunshine, fresh air, and friendly conversation aid to the recovery of the convalescent soldier. Scene at Hospital No. 1, Neuilly, France

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - Sunshine, fresh air, and friendly ...

Photographer: American Red Cross, France American Red Cross - "Second Aid"

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Isaly house, Residence of Hugh Morrison, the Laird of Islay. Both Mr. Morrison and his wife, Lady Mary, were of greatest help to Red Cross in its work of rescue and recovery

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Isaly house, Residence of Hugh Mo...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Miscellaneous

American Red Cross - N thru W - Mrs. Floyd Van Kuren, Philadelphia, Pa., American Red Cross representative in recreation hut at Base Hospital No. 6, near Bordeaux, is showing a wounded American soldier a telegram just received telling him that all is right at home. One of his friends here, in bed for several months suffering from serious wounds, has bad no news from home for months. Mrs. Van Kuren cabled hoome for him and telegraphed to Tours, secured his mail and cheered him up with a batch of 19 letters. It will help his recovery materially

American Red Cross - N thru W - Mrs. Floyd Van Kuren, Philadelphia, Pa...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - N thru W

Aktion zur Errichtung von Soldatenheimen - Bitte - Bozen-Gries

Aktion zur Errichtung von Soldatenheimen - Bitte - Bozen-Gries

Spendenaufruf für Soldatenheime an der Tiroler Kampffront - Liebesgaben in Geld oder Einrichtungsgegenständen - Insbesondere Industrielle und Handelstreibende werden aufgerufen - Benötigt u.a. Bücher, Zeitschri... More

Work of the American Red Cross in the Otranto Disaster. Some of those at Islay, Scotland, who were responsible for the excellent way in which the work of rescue and recovery was conducted under extremely difficult conditions on a bleak and desolate shore. In civilian clothes, Lt. Col. Turnbull, Chief Constable of Argyllshire and his subordinates who were responsible for rescue work. The British Tommy shown in the photo is Ensign McKenzie of the funeral of 199 victims on Oct. 11. The Naval officer is Lieut. Greenham, R.N. the Divisional Officer of the coast guard in this district, who was himself responsible for the recovery of forty bodies. Pipers John McEachron (left) & John Woodrow (right) played the lament at the funeral. They had previously been engaged in the recovery of bodies for 4 days & nights

Work of the American Red Cross in the Otranto Disaster. Some of those ...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: A.R.C. London. Group title: Otranto Disaster, England. On caption card: D-204. Da... More

All hope for president's returning healthy. Rev. Henry N. Couden, chaplain of the House of Representatives, offering prayer in the House for the speedy recovery of President Wilson

All hope for president's returning healthy. Rev. Henry N. Couden, chap...

National Photo Company Collection. Copyright by Press Illustrating Service, New York City.

New Deal industrial recovery. Photomontage
WPA Administrator Hopkins indicates to house plan to increase relief load. Washington, D.C., April 20. Appearing before the House Appropriations Committee today, WPA Administrator Harry Hopkins indicated in his testimony he was preparing to increase the relief load during the first seven months during the next fiscal year beginning July 1. Hopkins (left) is pictured as he explained the was figure which he said is necessary to President Roosevelt's $4,512,000,000 Recovery Drive, to Rep. Clifton A. Woodrum (center) Chairman of the Subcommittee, and Rep. Edward T. Taylor, a member of the Committee.
Flooding - Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, Mont. , August 17, 2010 -- Ruby Stump  participated in the Federal Disaster Assistance Agreement the signing ceremony between Chippewa Cree Nation and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. This signed agreement clears the path for federal disaster recovery funding for the tribe.  Ruby's home was heavily damaged by the June 13th rains on the Reservation.  Andrea Booher/FEMA

Flooding - Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, Mont. , August 17, 2010 -- ...

The original database describes this as: Title: Ruby Stump in Montana Production Date: 08/17/2010 Caption: Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, Mont. , August 17, 2010 -- Ruby Stump participated in the Federal D... More

Last of the N.R.A. Washington, D.C., Oct. 26. Mrs. Mildred S. Steinmetz, who started in 1933 as Filing Department Chief with 135 assistants, is now the sole chief of the defunct National Recovery Administration. In comparison to 5400 employees on NRW payroll at one time, Miss Steinmetz has to get along with only seven assistants to help her care for half an acre of filing cabinets packed to the limit with 40,000,000 pieces of correspondence, reports, studies and other data. From time to time, universities, libraries, newspapers, industries, and nearly every department of the government call on these files for information
[Female film industry workers carrying a large American flag as part of an National Recovery Administration parade, New York City] / World-Telegram staff photograph.

[Female film industry workers carrying a large American flag as part o...

World-Telegram staff photo. Image is reversed. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

Job and the N. R. A. A recovery act that worked 6000 years ago ... Copyright 1934 by L. & W. Service Co.

Job and the N. R. A. A recovery act that worked 6000 years ago ... Cop...

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 242, Folder 16a.

"It's hot," says cowboy congressman. Cowboy "Percy" L. Gassaway (D. of Okla) takes a brief respite while at work in his office during the July 4th weekend when most of the "National Fathers" are out of town hunting cool spots during the Congressonal recess. Gassaway is planning a new "recovery remedy" which he says he will bring to light a week from Monday, (July 15), if Congress doesn't "do something meantime." More horses and fewer autos will be the keynote, 7/6/35
Recovery. Butadiene, which did not take part in the reaction, is cooled, condensed and recovered
Holds hours and wage hearings in NRA. Walton H. Hamilton, left, of the NRA board, and S. Clay Williams, Chairman of the Board, preside at the open hearing by which the NRA expects to receive guidance on labor provisions of codes in the event the recovery organization is continued by Congress. 1/30/35
BREAKS UP CABINET MEETING. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 21. THE SUDDEN AND SURPRISING APPEARANCE OF SECRETARY OF THE NAVY SWANSON AT THE WHITE HOUSE, CAUSED PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO ADJOURN THE CABINET MEETING THAT WAS TAKING PLACE. SEC. SWANSON HAD BEEN ILL FOR SEVERAL MONTHS, BUT IS NOW ON THE WAY TO RECOVERY
Stop cancer now Delay reduces the chance for recovery.

Stop cancer now Delay reduces the chance for recovery.

Poster encouraging early treatment for cancer.

Rail wage cut would be blow to our present recovery. Washington, D.C., Oct. 14. Senator Burton K. Wheeler, Democrat of Montana and Chairman of the Senate Interstate Committee, today told the President's fact finding board that a wage reduction in the railroad industry "would be a blow to our present recovery." He expressed the opinion that the country as a whole would benefit if there were no cut, 101438

Rail wage cut would be blow to our present recovery. Washington, D.C.,...

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

Former coal miner, worked twelve years for Chaplin Coal Company as hand coal loader. He and several others complained to company about conditions not being up to NRA (National Recovery Administration) standards. All lost jobs. He's now on WPA (Works Progress Administration) at thirty-eight dollars and twenty-five cents per month. Scotts Run, West Virginia
Payment of soldiers bonus partly to blame for current business recession. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Appearing before the Special Senate Committee on unemployment, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Eccles today declared that payment of the soldiers bonus in 1936 helped create price distortion that pushed recovery out of balance and led toward the current business recession, 1/4/38
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Former coal miner, worked twelve years for Chaplin Coal Company as hand loader. He and several others complained to company about conditions not being up to NRA (National Recovery Administration) standards. All lost jobs, he is now on WPA (Works Progress Administration) at thirty-eight dollars and twenty-five cents per month, Scotts Run, West Virginia
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Rail wage cut would be blow to our present recovery. Washington, D.C., Oct. 14. Senator Burton K. Wheeler, Democrat of Montana and Chairman of the Senate Interstate Committee, today told the President's fact finding board that a wage reduction in the railroad industry "would be a blow to our present recovery." He expressed the opinion that the country as a whole would benefit if there were no cut, 10/14/38
Nation must make choice--Bernard Baruch Washington, D.C., Feb. 28. Appearing before the Senate Unemployment and Relief Committee today, Bernard Baruch, noted Financier, declared that the nation must choose between the "profits system and the hope of gain" and "the new European ideas of state regulation and fear of punishment". He added "that if it became clear tomorrow that Americans definitely chosen her traditional profits system, forces would be released that would rapidly hasten recovery and reemployment," 2/28/38
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Rail wage cut would be blow to our present recovery. Washington, D.C., Oct. 14. Senator Burton K. Wheeler, Democrat of Montana and Chairman of the Senate Interstate Committee, today told the President's fact finding board that a wage reduction in the railroad industry "would be a blow to our present recovery". He expressed the opinion that the country as a whole would benefit if there were no cut, 10/14/38
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Last minute huddle. Washington, D.C., April 20. Loaded down with facts and figures on President Roosevelt's $4,512,000,000 Recovery Drive, WPA Administrator Harry Hopkins (left) and his First Assistant Chief Aubrey Williams, await the opening of The House Appropriations Committee Hearing today where they made public plans for the Administration's new drive against The Depression, 4/20/38
Increased business volume key to recovery. Hopkins new Executive Assistant. Washington, D.C., April 13. In his first Press Conference today, Edward J. Noble, newly appointed Assistant to Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins, told newsmen that he thought the key to recovery was to increase business volume. He said that if volume could be increased to a sufficiently high level, tax rates could be lowered without disturbing the government's revenue. 4-13-39
WHITE HOUSE TEA GIVEN FOR WOMEN LEADERS IN THE 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' CAMPAIGN, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 11. FOLLOWING A TEA AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT AND PROMINENT WOMEN LEADERS IN THE 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' CAMPAIGN BROADCAST OVER A COAST-TO-COAST NETWORK THE URGENT NEED FOR MORE INSTITUTIONS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF INFANTILE PARALYSIS PATIENTS IN THIS COUNTRY. L TO R: MARGARET McBRIDE, KNOWN AS MARTHA DEAN OF THE RADIO; MRS. GIFFORD PINCHOT, MRS. HARRY WOODRING; REP. EDITH NOURSE ROGERS; AND CATHREEN CARRICO, OF CLINTON, MD, WHO CONTRACTED INFANTILE PARALYSIS WHEN A SMALL CHILD AND WHO STAGED A REMARKABLE RECOVERY. SHE NOW SINGS OVER THE RADIO
ICC Commissioner optimistic on rail outlook. Washington, D.C., Jan. 24. First witness before the House Interstate Commerce Committee as it began hearings today on proposed legislation to aid the ailing railroad industry, Walter M.W. Splawn, member of the Interstate Commerce Commission, expressed the belief that business recovery since last may 'offers hope' for considerable lightening of rail difficulties, 1/24/39
Tells president solution of railroad problems is key to national recovery. Washington, D.C., March 16. William C. Dickerman, Head of the American Locomotive works, told the president in a conference that solution of the railroad problem was a key to national recovery, 3-16-39

Tells president solution of railroad problems is key to national recov...

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

Townsendites have a day at hearings. Washington, D.C., Feb. 8. Rep. Ralph O. Brewster, Maine, L.W. Jeffery, Vice President of the Townsend National Recovery Plan, Inc. and Dr. Towsend, going over a few points on their testimony before the hearings today of the House Ways and Means Committee. Rep. Brewster told the Committee that adoption of the Townsend Bill will allow the government to do away with other forms of relief and would allow the budget to be balanced, 2-8-39
Tells president solution of railroad problems is key to national recovery. Washington, D.C., March 16. William C. Dickerman, Head of the American Locomotive works, told the president in a conference that solution of the railroad problem was a key to national recovery, 3-16-39
Manufacturers group asks removal of taxes to stimulate recovery of business. Washington, D.C., June 3. Noel Sargent of New York, representing the National Association of Manufacturers, presented an 8 point program of tax revision to the House Ways and Means Committee today. The association asked the removal of the undistributed profits, capital stock, and excess profits taxes to put private enterprise into a movement to stimulate recovery. He presented the program as the association's answer to Treasury Secretary Morgenthau's statement that 'the basic need today is to foster the full application of the driving force of private capital.' Left to right: John Hanes, Undersecretary of the Treasury, who attended the committee meeting, and Sargent

Manufacturers group asks removal of taxes to stimulate recovery of bus...

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

Increased business volume key to recovery. Hopkins new Executive Assistant. Washington, D.C., April 13. In his first Press Conference today, Edward J. Noble, newly appointed Assistant to Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins, told newsmen that he thought the key to recovery was to increase business volume. He said that if volume could be increased to a sufficiently high level, tax rates could be lowered without disturbing the government's revenue. 4-13-39

Increased business volume key to recovery. Hopkins new Executive Assis...

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

Prospector taking material left in rocker which he will place in pan for the recovery of the gold which it contains. Pinos Altos, New Mexico
Rubber reclamation. Scrap tires mobilized for Victory. Millions of discarded casings cover more than 100 acres at one Midwest recovery plant. Systematic piling and sectional arrangement reduce fire hazard. Special processes will separate metal from the tires and tube bodies. The reclaimed material will be used to manufacture thousands of essential mechanical rubber products. Firestone
Rubber reclamation. Scrap tires mobilized for Victory. Millions of discarded casings cover more than 100 acres at one Midwest recovery plant. Systematic piling and sectional arrangement reduce fire hazard. Special processes will separate metal from the tires and tube bodies. The reclaimed material will be used to manufacture thousands of essential mechanical rubber products. Firestone
Rubber reclamation. Scrap tires mobilized for Victory. Millions of discarded casings cover more than 100 acres at one Midwest recovery plant. Systematic piling and sectional arrangement reduce fire hazard. Special processes will separate metal from the tires and tube bodies. The reclaimed material will be used to manufacture thousands of essential mechanical rubber products. Firestone
Rubber reclamation. Scrap tires mobilized for Victory. Millions of discarded casings cover more than 100 acres at one Midwest recovery plant. Systematic piling and sectional arrangement reduce fire hazard. Special processes will separate metal from the tires and tube bodies. The reclaimed material will be used to manufacture thousands of essential mechanical rubber products. Firestone
Rubber reclamation. Scrap tires mobilized for Victory. Millions of discarded casings cover more than 100 acres at one Midwest recovery plant. Systematic piling and sectional arrangement reduce fire hazard. Special processes will separate metal from the tires and tube bodies. The reclaimed material will be used to manufacture thousands of essential mechanical rubber products. Firestone
Rubber reclamation. Scrap tires mobilized for Victory. Millions of discarded casings cover more than 100 acres at one Midwest recovery plant. Systematic piling and sectional arrangement reduce fire hazard. Special processes will separate metal from the tires and tube bodies. The reclaimed material will be used to manufacture thousands of essential mechanical rubber products. Firestone
Rubber reclamation. Old rubber goes back to work. An automatic rotary knife removes the wire band portion of a scrap tire. The tire body is then ready to pass through various stages of the xylos reclamation process at a well-known rubber plant. The wire band portion, imcluding a very small amount of rubber, goes to a smelter for recovery of the metal
Rubber reclamation. Scrap tires mobilized for Victory. Millions of discarded casings cover more than 100 acres at one Midwest recovery plant. Systematic piling and sectional arrangement reduce fire hazard. Special processes will separate metal from the tires and tube bodies. The reclaimed material will be used to manufacture thousands of essential mechanical rubber products. Firestone
Rubber reclamation. Scrap tires mobilized for Victory. Millions of discarded casings cover more than 100 acres at one Midwest recovery plant. Systematic piling and sectional arrangement reduce fire hazard. Special processes will separate metal from the tires and tube bodies. The reclaimed material will be used to manufacture thousands of essential mechanical rubber products. Firestone
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