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Palazzo Salviati-Adimari elevations (recto) Villa Farnesina stables, plan and section; drawing of a screw (verso)
Palazzo Salviati-Adimari elevations (recto) Villa Farnesina stables, plan and section; drawing of a screw (verso)
Screw bullet extractor
[A man operating a lathe with fixed cutting tool driven by the action of weights; here the machine is cutting screw threads in wood]

[A man operating a lathe with fixed cutting tool driven by the action ...

Title from item. Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: Theatrvm instrvmentorvm et machinarum / Jacques Besson. Lvgdvni : Apud B. Vincentium, 1578. Published in: The tradition of technology : Landmarks of W... More

Pilgrim bottle with screw top
Pilgrim bottle with screw top
Screw bullet extractor
Flask with screw top
United States "Auxiliary Screw" steam frigate "Merrimac" 60 guns. Off the entrance to New York harbour / T.G. Dutton, del et lith. ; Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen.

United States "Auxiliary Screw" steam frigate "Merrimac" 60 guns. Off ...

Print showing a broadside view of the port side of the steam frigate U.S.S. Merrimack undersail near the entrance to New York harbor. Includes measurements for length, breadth, weight, and horse power. Title fr... More

United States "Auxiliary Screw" steam frigate "Merrimac" 60 guns. Off the entrance to New York harbour / T.G. Dutton, del et lith. ; Day & Son, Lithrs. to [the Queen].

United States "Auxiliary Screw" steam frigate "Merrimac" 60 guns. Off ...

Print showing a broadside view of the port side of the steam frigate U.S.S. Merrimack undersail near the entrance to New York harbor. Title from item.

Foundation Screw Design for the Lighthouse at Atchafalaya Bay, Louisiana
The new and elegant screw steamship Mt. Vernon having resumed her trips, will leave for New York, on Wednesday, Jan'y 25th, 1860 and New York for Washington on Saturday, Jan. 28th, at 3 p. m ... Washington. H. Polkinhorn's steam job press, D. st

The new and elegant screw steamship Mt. Vernon having resumed her trip...

Transportation. 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 1.

Drawing of the Screw Pile Beacon at the Romer Shoal Light Station, New York
screw pine from "Explorations du Zambèse et de ses affluents ... Ouvrage traduit de l'Anglais ... par Mme H. Loreau, contenant 47 gravures et 4 cartes"

screw pine from "Explorations du Zambèse et de ses affluents ... Ouvr...

This image has been taken from scan 000037 from "Explorations du Zambèse et de ses affluents ... Ouvrage traduit de l'Anglais ... par Mme H. Loreau, contenant 47 gravures et 4 cartes". The title and subject te... More

Foundation screw for light house

Foundation screw for light house

Stereograph shows foundation screw with man standing next to it. Title from item. Made for Jere. P. Smith, Act'g. Eng'r. 6th L. H. Dist., by J. Morton Poole & Co., Engineers and Machinists, Wilmington, Delaware.

Excelsior. Worth two pairs so called Clinching Screw nailed. Boys & girls you are not safe with nailed boots or shoes. Wear Standard Screw. Standard Screw fastened boots & shoes. Clinching screw nails.
So called Clinching Screw will not hold. Ask for Standard Screw. Nails will not hold Fathers & mothers don't wear Clinching Screw nails, & disable your feet. Poor clincher did not hold.
Best of all shoes are Standard screw fastened. Try them. All us school girls wear standard screw fastened boots and shoes. The are so nice.
Reuse boots & shoes stamped "clinching screw" or "union" metallic fastened. They are imitations not Standard screw.
Look out for the so called Clinching Screw refuse it. Boys and girls ask for Standard Screw Fastened. Look out for nails sold for Standard Screw. Clinching Screw is only a nail. Remember nails will not hold. Standard Screw Fastened always hold.
U.S.S. Colorado, screw steam frigate
screw sloop-of-war from "Two Years on the Alabama ... Second edition"

screw sloop-of-war from "Two Years on the Alabama ... Second edition"

This image has been taken from scan 000053 from "Two Years on the Alabama ... Second edition". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's ... More

Women work on screw machines, Gen. El. [i.e. Eectric] Co., Philadelphia
Skruv station från gatusidan.

Skruv station från gatusidan.

Railway stations in Sweden

Skruf station, Svenska Järnvägarna
Skruv station år 1900, stavades tidigare Skruf.
Arrested Jane Forbes, Mugshot photograph, England

Arrested Jane Forbes, Mugshot photograph, England

Name: Jane Forbes.Arrested for: Larceny.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 26th January 1905.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: Jane Forbes..These images are a selection from an album of photograph... More

Arrested John Grant, Mugshot photograph, England

Arrested John Grant, Mugshot photograph, England

Name: John Grant.Arrested for: Larceny.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 13 February 1904.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-27-John Grant..The Shields Daily Gazette for 15 February 1904 ... More

Ånglok, Skruvs station. Sverige

Ånglok, Skruvs station. Sverige

Railway stations in Sweden

Skruv station., Svenska Järnvägarna

Skruv station., Svenska Järnvägarna

Railway stations in Sweden

James E Brown, Mugshot photograph

James E Brown, Mugshot photograph

Name: James E Brown.Arrested for: False Pretences.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 12 October 1904.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-57-James E Brown..The Shields Daily News for 12 Octo... More

George Burn, arrested for stealing brushes and a box

George Burn, arrested for stealing brushes and a box

Name: George Burn.Arrested for: Larceny.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 10 November 1902.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-9-George Burn..The Shields Daily News for 10 November 1902 re... More

Arrested Robert Hall, Mugshot photograph, England

Arrested Robert Hall, Mugshot photograph, England

Name: Robert Hall.Arrested for: Larceny.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 9 November 1903.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-23-Robert Hall..The Shields Daily Gazette for 10 November 1903... More

Arrested Leonard Burdon, Mugshot photograph, England

Arrested Leonard Burdon, Mugshot photograph, England

Name: Leonard Burdon.Arrested for: False Pretences.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 1 November 1904.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-59-Leonard Burdon..The Shields Daily Gazette for 1 ... More

Margaret Leadbitter, arrested for stealing money from other children

Margaret Leadbitter, arrested for stealing money from other children

Name: Margaret Leadbitter.Arrested for: Larceny.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 16 August 1904.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-35-Margaret Leadbitter..The Shields Daily Gazette for 1... More

Arrested Catherine Mackenzie, Mugshot photograph, England

Arrested Catherine Mackenzie, Mugshot photograph, England

Name: Catherine Mackenzie.Arrested for: Larceny.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 15th February 1904.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-33-Catherine Mackenzie..The Shields Daily Gazette f... More

Järnvägsstationen i Skruv. Karlskrona - Växjö Järnväg, CWJ.
Joseph Tombling, arrested for obtaining money by false pretences

Joseph Tombling, arrested for obtaining money by false pretences

Name: Joseph Tombling.Arrested for: Larceny.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 4 February 1905.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-63-Joseph Tombling..The Shields Daily News for 10 February... More

[Side view of Lusitania showing the launching cradle and the propellers]

[Side view of Lusitania showing the launching cradle and the propeller...

Title: [Side view of Lusitania showing the launching cradle and the propellers] ..Creator: Bedford Lemere & Co...Date: ca. 1905-1907..Part Of: Photographs of Q.S.T.S. "Lusitania"..Physical Description: 1 photog... More

John Dowson, arrested for stealing from a gas meter

John Dowson, arrested for stealing from a gas meter

Name: John Dowson.Arrested for: Larceny.Arrested at: North Shields Police Station.Arrested on: 7 February 1905.Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-65-John Dowson..For an image of his accomplice Edward Roberts ... More

The Screw pine tree, Miami, Fla.
Screw pines in the Botanical Gardens of Buitenzorg, Java

Screw pines in the Botanical Gardens of Buitenzorg, Java

Two boys carrying containers by mean of yokes amid the pines.

Banvaktsstuga med personal och kvinna.

Banvaktsstuga med personal och kvinna.

Banvaktsstuga med personal och kvinna.

White Star Line, triple screw steamer "Olympic", 882 1/2 ft. long, 46,359 tons

White Star Line, triple screw steamer "Olympic", 882 1/2 ft. long, 46,...

Postcard showing the Olympic steamship at sea. Title from item. "Phostint" postcard. Titanic sister ship

Plate 5002-A and Plate 5002-A. Silentis closet with the sanitary-perfect screw connection
Järnvägsstationen i Skruv. Karlskrona - Växjö Järnväg, CWJ.
New twin screw steamship "Europa" of "La Veloce" Navigazione Italiana a Vapore. "The Fast Italian Line" Length, 450 feet. Displacement 11,000 tons. Speed about 17 miles.

New twin screw steamship "Europa" of "La Veloce" Navigazione Italiana ...

Title from item. Unprocessed in PR 06 CN 038, c47

[Reproduction of print showing Water wheel, Archimedian screw, and pavilion]

[Reproduction of print showing Water wheel, Archimedian screw, and pav...

Photograph of an unidentified diagramatic engraving. On slide (handwritten): no. "196." Also, blind embossed stamp: "Frances B. Johnston, New York." Title, date, and subject information provided by Sam Watters,... More

Skruf 1916 med personalen uppställda för fotogarfering. Stationsföreståndare B.Holmgren.
Stationsföreståndare B Holmgren, Svenska Järnvägarna
Skruv station., Svenska Järnvägarna
Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Manufacturing Aircraft Parts for Government. Screw machine room of plant of Wolverine Brass Works, Grand Rapids, Mich

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Manufacturing Aircraft Parts for Go...

Photographer: Wolverine Brass Works Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Close up view of automatic screw machine. Willys-Overland. Co. N.Y

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Close up view of automatic screw ma...

Photographer: Willys-Overland Co. N.Y. Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Curtiss Ox-5 airplane engines at the Willy-s Morrow Plant, Elmira, New York. Drill co-bore tap screw hole oil pump drive shaft bearing bracket

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Curtiss Ox-5 airplane engines at t...

Photographer: Willys-Morrow Plant Airplanes - Engines

Skruv station., Svenska Järnvägarna
Metallstav med muttrar, Östhammar, Uppland

Metallstav med muttrar, Östhammar, Uppland

Metallstav med muttrar, Östhammar, Uppland

Skruv station., Svenska Järnvägarna

Skruv station., Svenska Järnvägarna

Railway stations in Sweden

Metallstav med muttrar, Östhammar, Uppland

Metallstav med muttrar, Östhammar, Uppland

Metallstav med muttrar, Östhammar, Uppland

Julskyltning i Österbergs Järnhandel vid Hagatorget år 1923. Värmlands Sverige

Julskyltning i Österbergs Järnhandel vid Hagatorget år 1923. Värmlands...

Julskyltning i Österbergs Järnhandel vid Hagatorget år 1923.

Interiör från AB Robert Österbergs järnhandel vid Hagatorget på en bild tagen 1930.

Interiör från AB Robert Österbergs järnhandel vid Hagatorget på en bil...

Interiör från AB Robert Österbergs järnhandel vid Hagatorget på en bild tagen 1930.

The Winners! Washington, D.C., Sept. 15. Capt. Roger Williams, (left) Vice President of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., whose bid of $17,500,000 for the construction of the proposed new vessel to replace the Leviathan in the North Atlantic, was found to be t lowest when the bids were opened by the U.S. Maritime Commission today. John M. Franklin (right), President of the U.S. Lines which will operate the new liner. When completed the new vessel will be a twin screw, combination mail, passenger and cargo carrier, and will give the American Merchant Fleet the safest vessel afloat. 9/15/37
Screw conveyor carrying grapefruit pulp to drier. This pulp is marketed as cattle food. Weslaco, Texas
Resenärer på Skruvs station som är anlagd 1874. Stationshuset nybyggdes efter en brand 1927.
Skruv station., Svenska Järnvägarna

Skruv station., Svenska Järnvägarna

Railway stations in Sweden

Ånglok, Skruv bangård. Sverige
Absentee posters. To combat absenteeism, the labor-management committee of the American Screw Company, Providence, displays this chart with daily figures on absentees and translates this loss of man hours in terms of lost production of the company's product
A New York City watch manufacturer, making clocks for airplanes, is seeking automatic screw machine facilities for the manufacture of twenty-thousand to thirty-thousand small clock gears. Material: high carbon steel, oil hardened. Dimentsions: O.D. .3685 inches; diameter at base of teeth. .3355 inches; Thirty-six teeth, depth, .0165 inches; thickness, .046 inches; diameter center hole, .1 inches
An Ohio manufacturer is looking for two and thirteen-sixteenths inch and three and three-sixteenths inch automatic screw machine facilities for the machining of large quantities of steel fuse parts. Item: inner can. Material: cold rolled steel tubing two and thirteen-sixteenths inch diameter by three inches. Tolerances: plus or minus --1. Quantity: five-hundred daily. Machines needed: automatic screw machine two and thirteen-sixteenths inch capacity, drill jig, single spindle tapper. Item: outer can. Material: cold rolled steel tubing three and three-sixteenths inch diameter by eight inches. Tolerances: plus .002 minus .000. Quantity: 500 daily. Machines needed: automatic screw machine, three and three-sixteenths inch capacity, drill jig, tapper, milling machine. A government procurement agency is seeking a contractor with facilities for forging heat treating and machining bulkheads. These parts are twenty-one inches in diamerter by eight inches. Material: steel, alloy CM. Dimensions: twenty-one inches in diameter by eight inches. Tolerances: close. Quantity: 500 to 6000 pieces per month
Production. Diesel engines. Old hands and green hands back America's war production drive. An apprentice learning to operate a screw machine at a Midwest plant producing diesel engines for the Navy
Rubber reclamation. Rubber "spaghetti" from old tires. In the xylos process of reclaiming scrap in a Midwest plant, rubber is forced through a screen by a large worn screw, and bits of metal and fiber are removed.  Ropy lengths of rubber, ready for the final refining operation, are extruded. Firestone
Worm shaft which may be made in a tool shop having turret lathe, tool room screw cutting lathe, horizontal milling machine, drill press, and heat treating facilities
A Navy student observing screw machine operations in the making of a crankshaft bearing cap bolt. Packard marine engine plant, Detroit
A Detroit manufacturer of air craft engines is seeking automatic screw machine facilities for the manufacture of ninety-six items of steel and bronze air craft engine hardware in quantities from fourteen thousand to two-hundred thousand and in diameters from one-quarter inch to one and one-half inches. Three of the items are illustrated. Left, oil relief valve cap; right, cap nut
Keystone Drilling Company, Beaver Falls. Idle automatic screw machines
A Detroit manufacturer of aircraft engines is seeking automatic screw machine facilities for the manufacture of ninety-six items of steel and bronze aircraft engine hardware in quantities from fourteen thousand to two-hundred thousand and in diameters from one-quarter to one and one-half inches. Three of the items are illustrated. Top left, bolt; top right, retainer; bottom, cylinder head stud
Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier using a barbed wire anchor spike to screw in a picket. He is wearing special gloves that are made for handling barbed wire
Citations of individual production merit awarded. The first five Citations of Individual Production Merit have been awarded to five war workers, War Production Drive Headquarters has announced. The citation is the highest honor conferred for individual achievement. It is granted only for ideas or suggestions that have an outstanding effect on the entire war effort. Joseph H. Kautsky, Indianapolis, Indiana, an employee of the Lin-Belt Co., was awarded his citation for four suggestions, each technical. He suggested a grinding wheel adapter, which permits higher speeds in internal grindings; a simplification cutting down the number of special internal grinding spindle wheel adapters from twelve to three; the adoption of a precision screw adjustment to the vertical column of dial indicator guages, to get faster adjustments without danger to the dials; and a new method of testing the concentricity of internally ground parts. The picture shows Mr. Kautsky (center) being congratulated by formean Bill Whitaker (right) as Superintendant R. E. Whitney (left) looks on
Fort Story coast defense. A tough job for soldiers: shoving the breech block of the giant howitzer into place. The screw threads help the block to withstand millions of foot pounds of pressure caused by the exploding charge
Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Two soldiers, wearing heavy gloves, handling barbed wire steel screw type picket
Lititz, Pennsylvania. Claude Buchter (left), foreman in the machine screw department of the Animal Trap Company, also runs a small farm with his two sons in his spare time
Production of 20mm fuses is speeded by a multiple spindle automatic screw machine in a converted cash register factory. National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio
Conversion. Food machinery plant. Back to aid in his country's war effort is Phineas Davenport Allen, seventy-eight-year-old mechanic who worked on steering riggings for submarines during World War I. Today he is employed by a New England company, whose normal peacetime product is cube steak machinery. The drill press he operates was a valuable part of the company's peacetime equipment, is even more valuable today in the speeding of work on war subcontracts. New tooling and a large drill have fitted this press for the drilling of screw machine parts needed in new machine tools for war production. Cube Steak Machine Company, Boston, Massachusetts
Conversion. Cash registers to gun magazines. A multiple spindle screw machine and a highly skilled machinist ensure high production of M-48 fuse bodies as a converted cash register plant goes into war production. National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio
Fort Story coast defense. Projectile being loaded into an interrupted-screw type breech at Fort Story, Virginia. With a quarter turn, this breech gives the same sealing effect as twelve turns on a regualr screw
Production. War housing trailers. The top of a war housing trailer comes in for attention at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company. High catwalks give easy access to the top as blue wadding is laid over the entire surface. The spongy softness of this material will compress under the final fabric top. The wadding covers all nail and screw heads and any possible rough edges, ensuring a smooth final job
Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier using a barbed wire anchor spike to screw in a picket. He is wearing special gloves that are made for handling barbed wire
NYA (National Youth Administration) work center, Brooklyn, New York. A Negro bench-lathe worker, who is receiving training in machine shop practice, shown here removing a burr from a screw held in a collet
Conversion. Watch cases to war production. Keeping the chips flying. An automatic screw machine that was turning watch case crowns a year ago now works on bomb fuse baffles as a large Kentucky factory goes entirely on war Production. Wadsworth Watch Company, Louisville, Kentucky
Lititz, Pennsylvania. Chester W. Woolworth, president of the Animal Trap Company, had foresight enough to scour the country for screw machines before a single war order came in, and founded the local Lancaster County Office of Price Management. He raised 20,000 dollars for the Republican Party. Before orders for bullets came in from the British Purchasing Commission, the factory turned out army cots, and coat hooks. He was inspired by the York plan for sub-contracting to small machine shops
NYA (National Youth Administration) work center, Brooklyn, New York. A Negro bench-lathe worker, who is receiving training in machine shop practice, gauging a screw just removed from the collet
Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Two soldiers, wearing heavy gloves, handling barbed wire steel screw type picket
Dante Electric Company, Bantam, Connecticut. One of the many small shops throughout the nation making articles of the War Production Program. Here in the women's department of the Dante Electric Company, three workers of the Dante family help in the production of electrical parts for submarines. Mr. Dante just made a slight adjustment on the mechanical screw driver operated by Mrs. Hazel Wheeler. In the center, Mr. Artie Shaw is working on a similar machine. Bertha Kreig, of nearby Harwinton, is working at the right rear
NYA (National Youth Administration) work center, Brooklyn, New York. A Negro bench-lathe worker, who is receiving training in machine shop practice, removing burrs from a special taper head screw
NYA (National Youth Administration) work center, Brooklyn, New York. A Negro bench-lathe worker, who is receiving training in machine shop practice, gauging a screw just removed from the collet
Conversion. Food machinery plant. In the background is a cube steak machine, normal product of a New England plant now doing work on various war subcontracts. In the foreground are twenty-four items typical of those this plant has been doing to turn out for the war effort after certain retooling and conversion work had been done on its machinery. These changes are necessarily simple, for this company is still filling army and navy orders for the cube steak machine. Including among the twenty-four items are aluminum crankcases, steel spouts for anti-tank guns, bronze flanges, nuts and various screw machine parts. Cube Steak Machines Company, Boston, Massachusetts
A multiple spindle screw machine on 20mm fuse production in a plant that formerly made cash registers. National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio
Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier unrolling fence wire over a barbed wire steel screw type picket
Conversion. Toy factory. Closeup of one of the hexagonal brass terminals in a screw machine recently converted to war production. Terminals are used for radio filter boxes in tanks and jeeps. Keystone
Production. Aircraft. Samples for microscope inspection--a lowly rivet, a screw, an extruded part--prepared by a test engineer in a large Western aircraft plant. Samples are embedded in bakelite, polished to mirror finish, then etched with acid to bring out the grain. A faulty grain structure, as revealed through the microscope, will show up low-grade material or faulty processing methods in the manufacture of the part
Conversion. Cash registers to gun magazines. A multi-spindle screw machine that formerly worked on cash register parts now performs a first operation on 37mm M-54 high explosive shells. National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio
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