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Rods in Various Shades of Blue Glass

Rods in Various Shades of Blue Glass

From Egypt, Memphite Region, Lisht North, Cemetery, MMA excavations New Kingdom, Ramesside

Towel (tenugui) i with Pattern of Wisteria, Plum Blossom Crest, and Inscription in Purple, Brown, Two Shades of Green, and Black on a White Ground
Towel (tenugui) with Pattern of Fish in Shades of Gray on White with Inscription in White on Gray
Lamp Shade, 10th century

Lamp Shade, 10th century

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Storm shade (one of a pair)
Storm shade (one of a pair)
Storm shade (one of a pair)
Candle Shade

Candle Shade

Probably made in United States

Candle Shade

Candle Shade

Probably made in United States

Hurricane Shade

Hurricane Shade

Probably made in Sandwich, Massachusetts, United States

Hurricane Shade

Hurricane Shade

Probably made in Sandwich, Massachusetts, United States

Candlestick with Shade, England
Candlestick with Shade, England
Candlestick with Shade, England
“High-Ranking Courtesan” (Oiran), from the series Five Shades of Ink in the Northern Quarter (Hokkoku goshiki-zumi),
Lamp Shade, 18th century

Lamp Shade, 18th century

Made in United States

Lamp Shade, 18th century

Lamp Shade, 18th century

(none assigned) United States

Gold-Covered Candlestick with shade (flambeau à écran)
Hurricane Shade, 18th century

Hurricane Shade, 18th century

Possibly made in Ireland; Possibly made in England

Lamp Shade, 18th century

Lamp Shade, 18th century

Made in United States

Hurricane Shade, 18th century

Hurricane Shade, 18th century

Possibly made in Ireland; Possibly made in England

Lamp Shade, 18th century

Lamp Shade, 18th century

Made in United States

Gold-Covered Lamp, bronze, 19th century
Gold-Covered Lamp, bronze, 19th century
Hurricane Shade, 19th century

Hurricane Shade, 19th century

Probably made in Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Pair of Lamps. American decorative arts.
A Treatise on Shades and Shadows and Linear Perspective
Summer shades - Print, Library of Congress collection

Summer shades - Print, Library of Congress collection

Artist: Louis Maurer (signature on image). Currier & Ives : a catalogue raisonné / compiled by Gale Research. Detroit, MI : Gale Research, c1983, no. 6344

Cut glass shade, New England Glass Company

Cut glass shade, New England Glass Company

Possibly New England Glass Company (American, East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1818–1888) Made in Masachusetts, United States

Light and the Shades
When shades of night around us close

When shades of night around us close

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Tiffany Lamp Shade (?), 19th century

Tiffany Lamp Shade (?), 19th century

Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, New York 1848–1933 New York) Made in New York, United States

map from "Lights & Shades of Hill Life in the Afghan and Hindu Highlands of the Punjab. A contrast ... With maps and illustrations, etc"

map from "Lights & Shades of Hill Life in the Afghan and Hindu Highlan...

This image has been taken from scan 000263 from "Lights & Shades of Hill Life in the Afghan and Hindu Highlands of the Punjab. A contrast ... With maps and illustrations, etc". The title and subject terms of th... More

map from "Lights & Shades of Hill Life in the Afghan and Hindu Highlands of the Punjab. A contrast ... With maps and illustrations, etc"

map from "Lights & Shades of Hill Life in the Afghan and Hindu Highlan...

This image has been taken from scan 000447 from "Lights & Shades of Hill Life in the Afghan and Hindu Highlands of the Punjab. A contrast ... With maps and illustrations, etc". The title and subject terms of th... More

Tiffany Glass Shade, 19th century

Tiffany Glass Shade, 19th century

Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, New York 1848–1933 New York) Made in New York, New York, United States

Tiffany Glass Shade, 19th century

Tiffany Glass Shade, 19th century

Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, New York 1848–1933 New York) Made in New York, New York, United States

Tiffany Glass Shade, 19th century

Tiffany Glass Shade, 19th century

Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, New York 1848–1933 New York) Made in New York, New York, United States

The shades of twilight envelope the Great Exposition - West Pavillion. World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.
Shades, balls, stalactites, crystal and roughed inside.
Shades, balls and stalactites, plain silver, cut.
[Shades, gas and electric, white and silver etching.]
Shades, gas and electric metallic and silver etching.
[Shades, gas and electric, white and silver etching.]
Shades, gas and electric, rich cut.
Gas shades, ruby, pink, opalescent and straw.
Domes and shades, opal and green plated.
Gas and electric shades, white and silver etching.
Shades, gas and electric, crystal.
Shades, balls and stalactites, cut and etched.
Shades, opalescent, straw and ruby.
Shades, balls and stalactites, etched and cut.
Shades, gas and electric, silver etching.
Shades, balls and stalactites, etched and cut.
[Gas and electric shades, etched.]
Shades: gas and electric, white and silver etching.
Shades, balls and stalactites, roughed, silvered and cut.
Shades, gas and electric, white and silver etching.
Electric shades, opal, fire escape and vapor-proof globes, and plated green.
Gas and electric shades, roughed.
Lamp Shade
Electric shades, silver etching and cut.
Shades, gas and electric, figured, white and silver etching.
Shades, gas and electric, roughed inside.
Gas and electric shades, crystal.
Lamp Shade
Gas and electric shades, etched.
[Gas and electric shades, etched.]
Shades, gas and electric, etched and cut; Shades, rich cut.
Shades, etched and cut.
Tiffany Candle Shade and Support, bronze
Shades, gas and electric, roughed and clear.
Gas and electric shades.
Harvesting rice under palm leaf sun shades - a scene in Benguet, Island of Luzon, Philippines

Harvesting rice under palm leaf sun shades - a scene in Benguet, Islan...

Stereo copyrighted by Keystone View Co. No. 10066. This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Advertising Card for a Stand Holding Four Candles with Shades: No. 49 The President

Advertising Card for a Stand Holding Four Candles with Shades: No. 49 ...

Issued by Charles Rohlfs (American, Brooklyn, New York 1853–1936 Buffalo, New York)

Advertising Card for a Stand Holding Four Candles with Shades: No. 51 Ben Franklin

Advertising Card for a Stand Holding Four Candles with Shades: No. 51 ...

Issued by Charles Rohlfs (American, Brooklyn, New York 1853–1936 Buffalo, New York)

Advertising Card for a Stand Holding Four Candles with Shades: No. 48 Patrick Henry

Advertising Card for a Stand Holding Four Candles with Shades: No. 48 ...

Issued by Charles Rohlfs (American, Brooklyn, New York 1853–1936 Buffalo, New York)

Advertising Card for a Three Branch Bracket with Shades: No. 45 Alexander Hamilton

Advertising Card for a Three Branch Bracket with Shades: No. 45 Alexan...

Issued by Charles Rohlfs (American, Brooklyn, New York 1853–1936 Buffalo, New York)

Advertising Card for a Stand Holding Four Candles with Shades: No. 47 Puritan

Advertising Card for a Stand Holding Four Candles with Shades: No. 47 ...

Issued by Charles Rohlfs (American, Brooklyn, New York 1853–1936 Buffalo, New York)

Table Lamp
Lamp
Project (Making Shades for Chickens) - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Project (Making Shades for Chickens) - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

The royal barge or caique of the Sultan Unveiled Turkish women row about under the stern of the Sultan's yacht. Shades of Allah what must Mohammet think of this modern flapper idea.

The royal barge or caique of the Sultan Unveiled Turkish women row abo...

Photographs show the Caliph's caïque and women in a caïque passing the Caliph's yacht, probably on the Bosphorus, Istanbul, Turkey. Title from item. Negative series code stamped on page: LC-C26. On page: no.... More

Project (Making Shades for Chickens) - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Project (Making Shades for Chickens) - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Agriculture, etc. Various shades of anemones. Colours ranging from snow white to all shades of pink, dark purple, and blue

Agriculture, etc. Various shades of anemones. Colours ranging from sno...

Title from: Catalogue of photographs & lantern slides ... [1936?]. Date from Matson LOT cards. Gift; Episcopal Home; 1978.

Agriculture, etc. Various shades of anemones. Colours ranging from snow white to all shades of pink, dark purple and blue

Agriculture, etc. Various shades of anemones. Colours ranging from sno...

Caption on transparency sleeve: Bethlehem & flowers. On transparency sleeve: Dup films. On box label: Bethlehem & flowers. Film type: Gelatin silver transparency on film. (Source: Library of Congress Conservati... More

Agriculture, etc. Various shades of anemones. Colours ranging from snow white to all shades of pink, dark purple, and blue
Agriculture, etc. Various shades of anemones. Colours ranging from snow white to all shades of pink, dark purple and blue
General planning. Refrigerated barge designed and built by the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) in collaboration with the University of Tennessee to encourage the fruit and vegetable freezing industry in the Valley and the marketing of its products over the inland waterways system. The architects of the Authority cooperated in the design of the superstructure which was erected on a standard steel barge. Sheathing is of T and G boards, roof of galvanized sheet metal. Glass-enclosed cabin at one end houses refrigerating machinery, at other end crew's quarters. Colors are light shades of grey, with upper and lower bands of superstructure in maroon. Visible part of windows is the screen frame; glazed sash is behind and its frame is painted black to eliminate its competetion with the screen frame and its...
Mot Tucker in kitchen of his corncrib home. Note nitrate of soda sacks used for shades in windows. Antioch, Mississippi
Future may see hens lay eggs of different colors through experiments of government experts. Washington, D.C., April 7. Joseph's coat of many colors may now be duplicated in the poultry laboratory where hens paint their own eggs over a range of hues from pearly white, through the various shades of brown, to sky blue. These experiments are in progress at the National Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland. In this picture is shown Charles A. Denton, Junior Chemist, measuring the width, circumference and height of the white of a colored egg to determine the amount of albumen present. 4-7-39
Fuel oil conservation. Here's blackout insulation--a twofold combination to save you money! Use sections of board for the top half of the window and the bottom half. The board for the upper half of the window, which should be weatherproofed board, can be nailed in place on the outside of the window frame and half-drawn shades will conceal this piece from the inside. The board for the lower half can be attached at night from the inside. Not only are these practical blackout shields, but you'll save one gallon of oil for each square foot of board used
Substitute materials. Glass utensils. Glass kitchenware is coming into greater use in American homes as military needs restrict production of metal utensils. Shown here is a one-dish meal, cooked in a glass saucepan that goes directly from range to table. The food is ready to be served on glass dishes, which are of delicate pastel shades
First Composite Image of the Global Biosphere

First Composite Image of the Global Biosphere

This first image of the global biosphere which was produced by combining data from two different satellite sensors show for the first time the productive potential of the Earth's vegetative biomass. The ocean i... More

Global Vegetation map

Global Vegetation map

This image is comprised of data from the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) aboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Polar Orbiting Environmental Satellite (POES) series... More

P-21747 C Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovian atmosphere from approximately 25° N to the equatorial region. The north temperate jet, at approximately 23° N, where the wind speed is about 150 meters per second, is seen as a dark brown line from the left-hand edge to the right-hand corner of the picture. The wispy clouds of the north equatorial belt appear as shades of brown. The lower right-hand corner of the image shows the brighter (white) clouds of the equatorial region. A small blue area is apparent near the lower edge, which corresponds to a region free of the upper clouds, where it is possible to penetrate to cloud layers approximately 60 kilometers below the visible surface. ARC-1979-AC79-7081

P-21747 C Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovi...

P-21747 C Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovian atmosphere from approximately 25° N to the equatorial region. The north temperate jet, at approximately 23° N, where the wind speed is ... More

P-21747 BW Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovian atmosphere from approximately 25° N to the equatorial region. The north temperate jet, at approximately 23° N, where the wind speed is about 150 meters per second, is seen as a dark brown line from the left-hand edge to the right-hand corner of the picture. The wispy clouds of the north equatorial belt appear as shades of brown. The lower right-hand corner of the image shows the brighter (white) clouds of the equatorial region. A small blue area is apparent near the lower edge, which corresponds to a region free of the upper clouds, where it is possible to penetrate to cloud layers approximately 60 kilometers below the visible surface. ARC-1979-A79-7081

P-21747 BW Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jov...

P-21747 BW Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovian atmosphere from approximately 25° N to the equatorial region. The north temperate jet, at approximately 23° N, where the wind speed is... More

[House with shades. Perspective. Rendering]

[House with shades. Perspective. Rendering]

Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: The Paul Rudolph Archive. Unprocessed in PR 13 CN 2001:126.

S05-15-602 - STS-005 - Mission Specialist (MS) Lenoir removes window shades from middeck stowage kit

S05-15-602 - STS-005 - Mission Specialist (MS) Lenoir removes window s...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: On middeck, Mission Specialist (MS) Lenoir removes window shades from Window Shade and Filter Kit on port side wall. In foreground, second crew members ... More

S05-06-222 - STS-005 - Aft flight deck overhead windows W7 and W8 with window shades in place

S05-06-222 - STS-005 - Aft flight deck overhead windows W7 and W8 with...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Aft flight deck overhead windows W7 and W8 documented with window shades in place. Subject Terms: ONBOARD ACTIVITIES, WINDOWS, SHADES, SPACE SHUTTLE MI... More

S05-06-223 - STS-005 - Aft flight deck overhead windows W7 and W8 with window shades in place

S05-06-223 - STS-005 - Aft flight deck overhead windows W7 and W8 with...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Aft flight deck overhead windows W7 and W8 documented with window shades in place. Subject Terms: ONBOARD ACTIVITIES, WINDOWS, SHADES, SPACE SHUTTLE MI... More

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