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Inlay, falcon with spread wings
Cartonnage fragment showing goddess with spread wings

Cartonnage fragment showing goddess with spread wings

From Egypt, Western Desert; Kharga Oasis, el-Deir, Roman Cemetery Roman Period

Inlay, falcon with spread wings
Men collecting dung dropping from the hindquarters of a mule, with a rider sitting backward on the mule and holding its tail aside, surrounded by onlookers spread around a stepped platform, from 'Secular emblems' (Emblemata saecularia)
The Holy Spirit as a bird descending with spread wings at top center; the twelve Apostles standing below gesturing to it in front of an archway

The Holy Spirit as a bird descending with spread wings at top center; ...

Domenico Campagnola (Italian, Venice (?) 1500–1564 Padua)

Earth, represented by Cybele seated at the base of a tree with fruits of the earth spread before her, a cupid with a torch approaches from the right, a stag and hound look toward Cybele from the left, from the series 'The Elements'
Earth, represented by Cybele seated at the base of a tree with fruits of the earth spread before her, a cupid with a torch approaches from the right, a stag and hound look toward Cybele from the left, from "The Elements"
Two eagles with wings spread, below two leopard heads attached to tree trunks that form three circles, from 'Ornaments or Grotesques' (Ornamenti o Grottesche)
Parrot with spread wings

Parrot with spread wings

Decoration by Johannes Zeschinger (born 1723, active 1748, 1753)

Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th instant at break of day, by a firing from the lively ship of war; and a report was immediately spread that the rebels had broke ground and were raising a battery on the heights of the

Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th instant ...

Positive Photostat.; Bunker Hill, Battle of.; This item is a Photostat of Portfolio 38, Folder 19a.; Stamped on verso: 452. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile pag... More

Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th instant at break of day, by a firing from the lively ship of war; and a report was immediately spread that the rebels had broke ground and were raising a battery on the heights of the

Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th instant ...

Bunker Hill, Battle of.; Imprint 3. 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 38, Folder 19a.

[A woman seated, facing front, reading a scroll spread out in front of her]

[A woman seated, facing front, reading a scroll spread out in front of...

Title devised by Library staff. Attributed to a group of drawings, formerly bound, referred to as the "Hokusai School sketchbook." Many of the drawings have a small tab of similar paper attached at a later date... More

Burning of the Henry Clay Near Yonkers–While on Her Trip From Albany to New York on Wednesday Afternoon July 28th, 1852.–The rapid spread of the flames forced the passengers into the water. Mothers and children, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters were drowned together, whilst trying to save each other. Little children buffetted the waves in vain for a few moments, and then sunk to rise no more. Persons on board about 500 of which number nearly 100 are supposed to have perished.
The danger and the remedy. The excitement so wide spread and deeply seated in the South arises in a great degree from a sense of insecurity. While the slaveholding states maintained an equal power in the Senate, they could submit to much that wa

The danger and the remedy. The excitement so wide spread and deeply se...

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 234, Folder 3.

music from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent"

music from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place...

This image has been taken from scan 000184 from volume 03 of "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent". T... More

music from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent"

music from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place...

This image has been taken from scan 000186 from volume 03 of "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent". T... More

music from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent"

music from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place...

This image has been taken from scan 000185 from volume 03 of "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent". T... More

The Great [railroad] Strike [Pittsburgh, Pa. 1877]: Steeple view of the Pittsburgh conflagration; Panoramic view of the burned district [2 scenes (double page spread) of fire]

The Great [railroad] Strike [Pittsburgh, Pa. 1877]: Steeple view of th...

Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, v. 21, (1877 August 11), p. 624-625. Ref. copy in LOT 4403. Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Caption card tracings: Riots 1877; Geogr.; Fires; Strikes...

Aboriginal Australians from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent"

Aboriginal Australians from "The Australian Race: its origin, language...

This image has been taken from scan 000168 from volume 01 of "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent". T... More

map from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent"

map from "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place o...

This image has been taken from scan 000582 from volume 03 of "The Australian Race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent". T... More

M. Kamorsky - Russian officer at his desk with large map spread - Khabarovsk

M. Kamorsky - Russian officer at his desk with large map spread - Khab...

Gift; William P. Meeker; 1971. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942. World's Transportation Commission photograph collection (Library of Congress).

High school girls used to spread communist propaganda to soldiers, Jon. T. Pace. Washington, D.C., Nov. 16. John T. Pace of Detroit, who admitted he was a member of the communist party from 1931 to 1934 today told the House Committee Investigating Un-American Activities that the communist party assigned high school girls in Detroit to associate with National Guardsmen to help spread party doctrines in American Armed Forces. The young girls, all members of the young communist league, were instructed to visit beer gardens with Guardsmen , and when acquaintance was well established, start 'propagandizing'
Navy's new 'mystery' plane. Washington, D.C., Dec. 18. The U.S. Navy's giant amphibian patrol ship which has arrived in the Capital from Florida. The huge plane was built secretly by the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation at San Diego, Calif. Of the high-wing type, the amphibian has a spread of 104 feet and is 65 feet long. Its amphibian floats fold into the wings. Twin wasp engines, built into the wing, provide the power
To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Dates spread out to dry.
Women's Press Club skit instructs future first ladies on how to get along. 3. In which Mammy Congress puts Scarlett O'Budgett into her corset before going to a 'lection party. ' Couldn't nobody tell what's inside and after you is married, Miss Scahlett, you can spread out any ways you like - fo' fo' yeahs' says Mammy to Scarlett Scarlett is Carolyn Bell Hughes of The Washington Post while Mammy is played by Mary Hornaday, Christian Science Monitor
AG&E Vice President tells S.E.C. of $5000 a month mystery man employed by his company in Capital. Washington, D.C., May 16. Fred S. Burroughs, Vice President of the Associated Gas and Electric Co., spread before the Securities and Exchange Commission today the story of how his firm retained a man at $5000 a month to 'mix with the right people' in Washington and to advise on the attitude of government officials. The man was Ben Gray and Burroughs denied that he--Gray--was a lobbyist or that his job was to attempt to influence officials
Jane, you spread out her hair on it and cover it up with brown paper
Close-up view of refugees fleeing along Grove Street from the Ham & Egg fire. This fire started in a house on the south side of Hayes Street when a woman started a fire in her stove to make breakfast around 9 AM. The chimney was defective due to the quake and fire broke out. This fire burned more territory than any other single fire, since all fire departments were engaged elsewhere no concentrated attack was possible, so the fire spread out of control reaching Gough and Grove Streets. The fire caused the destruction of the Mission district as well as the Hayes Valley section, including the Mechanics' Pavilion and the City Hall. The earthquake hit at 5:12:05 AM, measuring 8.25 on the...

Close-up view of refugees fleeing along Grove Street from the Ham & Eg...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: Close-up view of refugees fleeing along Grove Street from the Ham & Egg fire. This fire started in a house on the south side of ... More

[Dead octopus with arms spread]

[Dead octopus with arms spread]

Bain News Service photograph. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

More than once I found the tea-set spread out in the garden

More than once I found the tea-set spread out in the garden

(DLC/PP-1933:0185). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The Children" by Josephine Daskam Bacon, Harper's magazine, 119:334 (Aug. 1909).

[Boy sitting on stoop with variety of toys spread out beside him]

[Boy sitting on stoop with variety of toys spread out beside him]

Stereograph shows little boy, wearing sailor suit, sitting on step with toys spread out onto several steps. Copyright 1909 by Underwood & Underwood. Title devised by Library staff.

Eugène Atget - [Spread from an Ornithological Book]

Eugène Atget - [Spread from an Ornithological Book]

Eugène Atget (French, Libourne 1857–1927 Paris)

Home of Desiderio Cella, 11 Coburn Street, So. Framingham, Mass. Children - 13, 12, 10, 8, 7 years old working on tags in dirty room with macaroni all spread out on table being cut. Tag tying going on at same table. Washing also in dirty kitchen. (See also report) Witness, F. A. Smith.  Location: South Framingham, Massachusetts.
[U.S. Army tent camp in Mexico, 1914: 7 soldiers with gear spread before tents]

[U.S. Army tent camp in Mexico, 1914: 7 soldiers with gear spread befo...

J189864 U.S. Copyright Office Photoprint copyrighted by Mutual Film Corporation. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Motion pictures; Army, U.S.; Mexico History 1... More

A spread in Nova Scotia ward, Le Touquet

A spread in Nova Scotia ward, Le Touquet

Photograph shows soldiers seated at a table in the Canadian base hospital in the Hotel du Golf, Le Touquet, France during World War I. A banner in the background is from the Royal Canadian Artillery. (Source: F... More

Colleges and Universities - Bryn Mawr College - Bryn Mawr College girls study farming; preparing to spread knowledge as community leaders

Colleges and Universities - Bryn Mawr College - Bryn Mawr College girl...

Original Caption: Bryn Mawr College girls study farming; preparing to spread knowledge as community leaders. Bryn Mawr students hard at work under the broiling sun hoeing the ground for potatoes at their tract... More

Airplanes - Types - Side view showing construction of the Staakener Giant-give engines-75 miles per hour-wing span spread 140 feet-length 65 feet-25 passengers or 3 1/2 tons of bombs
Airplanes - Types - Photo of a huge Handley-Page bombing machine which was built by the Standard Aero Corporation, Elizabeth,  N.J. is one of the type that will be built in the U.S. for the British government. The machine has a wing spread of 150 feet with the weight of five tons and is capable of lifting from four to six thousand pounds, with two liberty motors. The speed will be between 90 to 100 miles per hour. It is rumored that this type of machine will probably be used in attempting the Trans-Atlantic flight
Airplanes - Types - Thomas-Morse Type MB-3 single seater Fighter, equipped with 30 H.P. Hispano-Suiza engine. Length overall - 20ft.; spread, 26 ft.; height, 9 ft.11 in.; total weight loaded, 2050lbs. Fuel and oil capacity for 3 hours flight at full speed. Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation, Ithaca, N.Y

Airplanes - Types - Thomas-Morse Type MB-3 single seater Fighter, equi...

Photographer: Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corp. Airplanes - Types

Ceremonies - New York City - Demonstrations over premature peace rumor, New York, N.Y. Crowd at Times Square holding up Extras telling about the signing of the Armistice. The news spread quickly and business was temporarily suspended while the people celebrated. The Government report that the news was not true did not stop the celebration

Ceremonies - New York City - Demonstrations over premature peace rumor...

Photographer: Western Newspaper Union Ceremonies - New York City

Treasury department. United States Public health service. Influenza spread by droplets sprayed from nose and throat. Cover each cough and sneeze with handkerchief. Spread by contact. Avoid crowds. If possible, walk to work. Do not spit on floor
Ashokan Reservoir. View of Woodstock dike under construction. Train on core-wall dumping material which is spread and then rolled. Contract 60. October 13, 1910.
General views showing destroyed buildings around the Public Square of Grodek near Lemberg. Members of the Interallied Medical Commission sent by the League of Red Cross Societies to study the typhus situation in Poland are shown making their tour of inspection of this district. It was found that the present epidemic of typhus is wide spread, and it is feared that very severe epidemics will occur this winter unless the most active measures are taken to deal with the situation in Poland and prevent the spread of infectious diseases to Western Europe and America

General views showing destroyed buildings around the Public Square of ...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Capt. Marshall. Group title: Poland (Ruins) On caption card: (27) Gift; Ameri... More

All night the Liberta quivered under the feet of Cammarillo's fighting men.  They swarmed up the sides and spread themselves over the decks, the cabins, the saloon and the rigging

All night the Liberta quivered under the feet of Cammarillo's fighting...

Cammarillo's nationalists on board the Liberta after discovering that plans to attack Magella were thwarted. (DLC/PP-1935:0006). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published ... More

Mother and child in ruins of their home at Dubno. This city was on the Russo-Austrian front for nine months during 1915 and a majority of the buildings were destroyed by artillery fire. The inhabitants have been forced to live together in the remaining dwellings and this results in over crowding, which seriously complicates the situation in regard to the spread of typhus and other infectious diseases. The members of the Interallied Medical Comm. sent by the League of Red Cross Societies to investigate the typhus situations in Poland found that the present epidemic is wide spread and will grow this winter to proportions that will be a menace not only to Poland but to Western Europe and America unless the most active measures are taken to deal with the situation. Assistance is needed by the Polish medical authorities, and this should be given in the form of soap, disinfectants, drugs, sheets, blankets, clothing and hospital equipment

Mother and child in ruins of their home at Dubno. This city was on the...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Capt. Marshall. Group title: Poland (Children) On caption card: (92) Gift; Am... More

After inspecting the sanitary conditions in military areas, with special reference to the spread of typhus and other infectious diseases, the members of the Interallied Medical Commission sent by the League of Red Cross Societies to study the typhus situation in Poland were conducted by Dr. Trenkner and Dr. Rajchman of the Polish Ministry of Public Health to typical districts under civil administration. The tour was effected in Ford cars, and the photograph shows a halt at a town near Cracow. The Commission found that the present epidemic of typhus was wide spread and the number of deaths enormous. The Polish Medical Authorities are carrying on as active a campaign against typhus as their resources permit, but they are terribly handicapped by the lack of soap, disinfectants, drugs, sheets, blankets, clothing and hospital equipment

After inspecting the sanitary conditions in military areas, with speci...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Capt. Marshall. Group title: Poland. On caption card: (11) Gift; American Nat... More

Typhus patient convalescing at the infectious diseases hospital in Brest-Litovsk. No fuel is in for winter, and there is a total lack of mattresses and blankets. The Interallied Medical Comm. sent by the League of Red Cross Societies to study the typhus situation in Poland found that the present epidemic of typhus is wide spread and fresh cases are constantly being introduced from the East by returning refugees and prisoners of war. The Polish medical authorities are taking active measures to deal with this situation but they are seriously handicapped by the lack of soap, disinfectants, drugs, bedding and clothing and hospital equipment. In its official report the Comm. states that this condition is a matter of international moment, and that united action is needed to stamp out typhus in Poland to prevent its spread to Western Europe and America

Typhus patient convalescing at the infectious diseases hospital in Bre...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Capt. Marshall. Group title: Poland, Typhus. On caption card: (60) Gift; Amer... More

Bed spread. Mrs. Shutz's bed spread
Miscellaneous interiors. Bedroom with bed with quilted spread
Bed spread. Mrs. Shutz's bed spread
The stern of the Sultan's yacht with the Turkish flag at the rear and the flag of Moommet on the main mast Rugs are spread on the ground for the Sultan's walk to the boat.

The stern of the Sultan's yacht with the Turkish flag at the rear and ...

Photographs show the Caliph's yacht near a dock and crowds waiting near carpets on the ground during the Selamlik (the Caliph's procession to the mosque for prayer), Istanbul, Turkey. Title from item. On page: ... More

Probably the smallest plane in the world. Built by Edw. F. Allen of Wash, D.C., who was formerly test pilot for Army Air Service during the world war. Plane is equipped with 9 horsepower motorcycle engine and weighs only 205 lbs. with wing spread of 27 ft. Mr. Allen, in cockpit, flies it often and recently attained height of 1800 ft. capable of making 63 mph
Pan-Islamic conference. Gathers at Shunet Nimrin, Transjordan. The dinner spread. On oriental rugs under long Bedouin tent
Widal inspects engine in new Flivver plane. Washington, D.C., Dec. 15. A new Flivver plane, powered with a Ford V-8 Motor and capable of a cruising speed of 95 miles an hour, was demonstrated to Eugene Vidal, Director of the Bureau of Air Commerce, Department of Commerce, today. The plane has a wing spread of 36 feet. A low gas mileage is claimed for the ship, 16 miles to the gallon, on its flight from St. Louis to Chicago in 2 hours, 33 minutes. Director Vidal is shown inspecting the motor with Hayden Campbell, of St. Joseph, Mo., who flew the plane here
Fisherman drawing in large dragnet, spread out group, line of fishermen drawing nets [Sea of Galilee]
One of a Mexican gang of migratory laborers thinning and weeding cantaloupe plants at thirty cents an hour; the young plants are capped with wax paper spread over a wire wicket to protect against cold and accelerate growth. Imperial Valley, California
Rammed earth construction near Birmingham, Alabama. After each three-inch layer has been tamped, another layer is spread in the form and work resumed
Inspection station on the California-Arizona state line maintained by the California Department of Agriculture to prevent the spread of plant pests. Yuma, Arizona
Inspection station on the California-Arizona state line maintained by the California Department of Agriculture to prevent the spread of plant pests. Yuma, Arizona
One of a Mexican field gang of migratory laborers thinning and weeding cantaloupe plants. The young plants are "capped" with wax paper spread over a wire wicket to protect against cold and accelerate growth. The laborers' wages are thirty cents an hour. Imperial Valley, California
Rammed earth construction near Birmingham, Alabama. The prepared earth is spread in the wall form in layers of three inches in depth
Mexican gang of migratory laborers under a Japanese field boss. These men are thinning and weeding cantaloupe plants. Wages thirty cents an hour. These young plants are "capped" with wax paper spread over a wire wicket to protect against cold and to accelerate growth. Imperial Valley, California
Mexican gang of migratory laborers under a Japanese field boss. These men are thinning and weeding cantaloupe plants. Wages thirty cents an hour. These young plants are "capped" with wax paper spread over a wire wicket to protect against cold and to accelerate growth. Imperial Valley, California
Inspection station on the California-Arizona state line maintained by the California Department of Agriculture to prevent the spread of plant pests. Yuma, Arizona
Photograph of Measuring Length of a Spread of Antler Beams at Chequamegon National Forest

Photograph of Measuring Length of a Spread of Antler Beams at Chequame...

Original caption: Measuring length of spread of antler beams. Chequamegon NF. Historic Photographs

Imitation Turkish spread for sale in market, San Antonio, Texas
MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT HELPS SPREAD CHRISTMAS CHEER. WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 23. CONTINUING A PRECEDENT BEGUN BY THE LATE MRS. WARREN G. HARDING WHEN HER HUSBAND WAS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ASSISTED IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF XMAS BAGS TO HUNDREDS OF NEEDY CHILDREN THIS MORNING AT THE ANNUAL PARTY OF THE CENTRAL UNION MISSION AT THE CAPITOL THEATRE. SANTA CLAUS WAS PLAYED BY HOMER RODEHEAVER OF NEWYORK CITY. L TO R: SANTA CLAUS HOMER RODEHEAVER; BOBBY CARTER, 4; JOAN CARTER, 6; MARY ELLEN CARTER, 5; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT
Low flying planes from which dust or insecticide is spread onto crops by men who "follow the season" up the east coast, Seabrook Farm, Bridgeton, N.J.
Bed in Mexican home. In practically all Mexican homes the beds consist of old blankets and quilts that are spread upon the bare floors. Crystal City, Texas
Safety engineer with rock dust traps to prevent spread of mine explosions. Old Ben number eight. West Frankfort, Illinois
Strawberries in the field with carrier full of berries. Dried pine needles are spread around plants and between rows to keep weeds out and conserve moisture. Near Hammond, Louisiana
Loading wagon with lime to spread as fertilizer. Jasper County, Iowa
Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Cab assemblies entering huge rust-proofing ovens. In this process the raw sheet metal of the cabs is treated with various chemicals before any finishing coats are applied. This rust-proofing insures against the spread of rust in cases of accidents which damage the finish of the metal after the trunk has been put into service
War production drive poster. "Save, Serve, Suggest." This is one of a series of "Jap-Germ" posters that were spread through the Westinghouse plant at Bloomfield, New Jersey, under the auspices of the labor-management committee. The two-headed figure, the Jap-Germ, was featured in all posters of the series which warned against sabotage and encouraged the objective of the war production drive
8th Army in Tripoli. At a British 8th Army fuel depot in the Western desert of North Africa a truckload of British Tommies stops while the driver refuels. Squares of gasoline cans, evenly spaced, are spread out across the flat land, as far as the eye can reach in preparation for the Tripoli campaign in North Africa
Loading wagon with manure to spread in cornfield before planting. Grundy County, Iowa
Spanish-American boy building a new roof for his home. Slabs of wood are used as a support for the mud that is later spread on. Amalia, New Mexico
Spanish-American boy building a new roof for his home. Slabs of wood are used as a support for the mud that is later spread on. Amalia, New Mexico
Detail of corner of roof of adobe house before mud is spread on. Amalia, New Mexico
War Production Board poster (WPB). "Beware Jap-Germs." This is one of a series of "Jap-Germs" posters that were spread through the Westinghouse plant at Bloomfield, New Jersey, under the auspices of the labor-management committee. The two-headed figure, the Jap-Germ, was featured in all posters of the series which warned against sabotage and encouraged the objectives of the war production drive
Appeared in Architectural Forum. Farm Security Administration spread
Green hops are spread thirty-two inches deep in the drying room of kiln. Yakima County, Washington
Unsanitary privy, flies may easily spread intestinal disease from this type. Near La Plata, Maryland. Charles County
California photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

California photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War ...

This image is one of the images made by photographers working in Stryker's unit as it existed in a succession of government agencies: the Farm Security Administration (1937-1942). The photographs of the Farm S... More

Workmen using viberators which spread the wet concrete in construction of Shasta Dam, Shasta County, California
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Appeared in Architectural Forum. Farm Security Administration spread
Workmen using viberators which spread the wet concrete in construction of Shasta Dam, Shasta County, California
Appeared in Architectural Forum. Farm Security Administration spread
Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. Construction of first floor. Asphalt paper is spread over a cinder filling. Later, wire reinforcements are laid over the paper, preparatory to the laying of cement floor. The entire operation, from filling in with a cinder vase to laying the concrete floor, is accomplished in a few hours
Civilian defense. Much time is saved by the use of the teletype to spread important messages during air raids. Individual telephone calls to the various defense centers are unnecessary, since the teletype will present the information on paper to all centers simultaneously
Appeared in Architectural Forum. Farm Security Administration spread
Workmen using viberators which spread the wet concrete in construction of Shasta Dam, Shasta County, California
Appeared in Architectural Forum. Farm Security Administration spread
Appeared in Architectural Forum. Farm Security Administration spread
Operating viberators which spread concrete, Shasta Dam, Shasta County, California
Workmen using viberators which spread the wet concrete in construction of Shasta Dam, Shasta County, California
Bridgeton, New Jersey. Seabrook Farm. Dusting with an airplane. Dust or insecticide is spread by low flying planes onto crops to control various insect pests
Bridgeton, New Jersey. Seabrook Farm. Pilots studying maps to locate fields for dusting. Dust or insecticide is spread by low flying planes onto crops to control various insect pests
The shredded cabbage which is to be dehydrated is spread evenly in tray. Regional agricultural research laboratory, Albany, California
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