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Chinese Comb Tops, 8th century
Shibata Zeshin - Tops, Japan, Edo period

Shibata Zeshin - Tops, Japan, Edo period

Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, 1807–1891) Edo period (1615–1868)

"Jocund Day Stands Tip Toe on the Misty Mountain Tops" (Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, Act 3, Scene 5)
Acrobats Beneath Cherry Trees: Spinning Tops and Balancing
Hayatake Torakichi from Osaka: Spinning Tops in Ryogoku

Hayatake Torakichi from Osaka: Spinning Tops in Ryogoku

Utagawa Yoshiharu (Japanese, 1828–1888) Edo period (1615–1868)

[Two Chinese boys playing with spinning tops]

[Two Chinese boys playing with spinning tops]

Title devised by Library staff. Reference copy in LOT 5090, no. 49. Purchase; G.V. Yudin; 1906. Forms part of: Yudin Collection (Library of Congress).

Instructions for coloring and restoring buggy tops, by Wm. Robertson, practical chemist and fancy dyer! Kalamazoo, Michigan, "Telegraph" job print. 1866.

Instructions for coloring and restoring buggy tops, by Wm. Robertson, ...

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 84, Folder 6b.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.  The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0575

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.  The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0577

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --   A crane begins lowering a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern. To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place. The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868. An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history. The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse. As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0578

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane begins lowering a refurbished ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane begins lowering a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work inc... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --   Workers help guide a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.  The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0579

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Workers help guide a refurbished lante...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Workers help guide a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work include... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.  The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0576

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lifts a refurbished lantern to place on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward a $1 million restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --   A crane lowers a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon.   The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0580

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lowers a refurbished lantern o...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane lowers a refurbished lantern on top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work included s... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  A crane is ready to lift a refurbished lantern to the top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work included sandblasting the metal shell and filling the corrosion pits with epoxy, refurbishing the balcony and repairing the lantern.  To further the restoration, the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation plans to rebuild the lighthouse keeper's quarters from the original plans, as well as establish space for its archives and develop a meeting place.  The only lighthouse in the nation operated by the Air Force, it began guiding mariners in 1868.  An encroaching sea caused it to be moved inland and it was re-lighted in 1894 at its present location. The refurbishment was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing, whose officials said they wanted to help preserve the area's history.  The original brass roof, which had been in storage since its removal years ago, has been restored and once again tops the lighthouse.  As it is an active aid to navigation, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to be responsible for the optic, or light, which has a range of up to 22 nautical miles.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd0574

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane is ready to lift a refurbished ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A crane is ready to lift a refurbished lantern to the top of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, capping more than a year's work toward restoration of the 150-year-old beacon. The work... More

View of tops of alters [i.e., altars] for sacrificing
Petra in Transjordan. Tops of altars for sacrificing
Photograph of Spruce and White Balsam

Photograph of Spruce and White Balsam

Original caption: Spruce to right (white) balsam to left, tops contrasted. Balsam tops are spire shaped and very close; spruce always more open. Cook County, Minn. Historic Photographs

Ernest Haskell - Dead Tops

Ernest Haskell - Dead Tops

Ernest Haskell (American, Woodstock, Connecticut 1876–1925 West Point, Maine)

Dry Dock Number 4, Pump Well, Looking Southwest over Tops of Center and South Pumps

Dry Dock Number 4, Pump Well, Looking Southwest over Tops of Center an...

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

One of the families working the beets on the Bott farm. 6 working. The 8 year old girls [sic?] piles and tops.  Location: Loveland [vicinity], Colorado / L.W. Hine.
Ten-year-old Mollie Schuman left alone at the shack with all these babies and the adults far off in the field, out of sight. Mollie tops and piles too. Nine persons live in this one-room shack, 10 x 14 feet, and still it is neat. Near Sterling, Oct 23/15.  Location: Sterling [vicinity], Colorado / Photo by Hine.
Part of the family of George Padroni, near Sterling, Colo. They have 9 children and some hired help. Only one child in school (see 4042). This is 6 yr. old Lena, who works some too. The 8 yr. old boy pulls and piles beets. 9 and 12 yr. old boys run the pulling machine, (the mother said, "We all got to do all we can.") 11 yr. old girl piles and tops and does housework. 13 yr. old girl piles and tops. Says she hasn't hurt herself with the knife this year, but did last year. The whole family begins work from 5 to 6 A.M. and works until 6 P.M. and after, with time off for dinner. Pedroni has been living here for 20 yrs., owns several hundred acres, about 100 in beets. Is said to be well-to-do.  Location: Sterling [vicinity], Colorado / Photo by Hine, Oct. 25/15.
Part of the family of George Padroni, near Sterling, Colo. They have 9 children and some hired help. Only one child in school (see 4042). This is 6 yr. old Lena, who works some too. The 8 yr. old boy pulls and piles beets. 9 and 12 yr. old boys run the pulling machine, (the mother said, "We all got to do all we can.") 11 yr. old girl piles and tops and does housework. 13 yr. old girl piles and tops. Says she hasn't hurt herself with the knife this year, but did last year. The whole family begins work from 5 to 6 A.M. and works until 6 P.M. and after, with time off for dinner. Pedroni has been living here for 20 yrs., owns several hundred acres, about 100 in beets. Is said to be well-to-do. Location: Sterling vicinity, Colorado Photo by Hine, Oct. 2515

Part of the family of George Padroni, near Sterling, Colo. They have 9...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Agriculture. Hine no. 4043. The phrase, "this year" is underlined on the caption card. Credit line: National Child Labor Committe... More

Bastion and Stockade Wall

Bastion and Stockade Wall

Fort Vancouver. The full extent of the stockade was constructed prior to 1845, and it was reconstructed between 1966 and 1973. Its construction incorporates the use of ten to thirteen-inch diameter posts (calle... More

Camouflage - Vehicles - Camp Meade, Admiral, Maryland. Soldiers on motorcycle by a tree in the open lightly camouflaged with straw and tree tops

Camouflage - Vehicles - Camp Meade, Admiral, Maryland. Soldiers on mot...

Date Taken: 03/0/1918 Photographer: International Film Service Camouflage - Vehicles

Making automobile tops, Detroit, Mich.

Making automobile tops, Detroit, Mich.

Men working in plant. J224166 U.S. Copyright Office Stereo copyrighted by Keystone View Co. No. 22159. This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Airplanes - Instruments - Manufacture of oil tank gauges for airplanes at the Akron-Selle Co. Plant, Akron, O. Tanner #40 gauges with extension tops, for Handley-Page machine

Airplanes - Instruments - Manufacture of oil tank gauges for airplanes...

Photographer: Rec'd from Akron Selle Co. Airplanes - Instruments

The town of Lucy le Bocage, showing in the center over the house tops, Belleau Woods, captured by the American forces, 1918

The town of Lucy le Bocage, showing in the center over the house tops,...

Photographer's address: 613 14th St., Wash., D.C. No. 194. Gift; Breckenridge Long; 1953.

American Industrial Basketball champions--The Fisk Red Tops ... winning five straight games within 24 hours in the recent Industrial Basketball Championship Tournament at Akron, Ohio

American Industrial Basketball champions--The Fisk Red Tops ... winnin...

Eight men posed, standing, full length, wearing basketball uniforms. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood.

Conowingo Hydroelectric Plant. Tops of circuit breakers, connections with line on superstructure
Snow in Jerusalem in 1921. View of roof tops with mosque in the distance
Turk and Russian, Greek and Jew are represented in this group of half a dozen little street gamins Two of them are the proud possessors of tops and pieces of string to spin them with. Hundreds like them make up the army of unemployed children begging for work in the most crowded and expensive city in Europe to-day.

Turk and Russian, Greek and Jew are represented in this group of half ...

Filed in: Turkey Children. Title from item. No. RC-6902. On mount: Turkey. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Oglala Dam (Cutting Pile Tops) - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Oglala Dam (Cutting Pile Tops) - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Vermont Senator, an ice cream fiend. Washington, D.C., Dec. 23. Senator Ernest W. Bigson, Republican of Vermont, tops off his luncheon with a plate of ice cream. It's his favorite sweet
[Group at White House with spinning tops; State, War and Navy Building in background. Washington, D.C.]
Tops of houses on A street Northeast were lifted completely off and carried to the street when the twister reached this section. If the tornado had dipped lower there is no telling how many persons would have been killed or injured
Stitching of tops of collars after turning, Troy, N.Y.

Stitching of tops of collars after turning, Troy, N.Y.

J298211 U.S. Copyright Office. No. 22278.

Flight to Ma'an el-Hadj, Petra, Wadi Rum and Akaba. Petra Mountains. General view of the jagged mountain tops
Krak des Chevaliers & Monastery of St. George. Krak des Chevaliers. Tops of hypocausts or hot air baths
Krak des Chevaliers & Monastery of St. George. Krak des Chevaliers. S.E. corner tower & glacis ; S.W. corner tower & glacis. Tops of hot baths in foreground
BIG SHOTS, WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 15. JIM FARLEY'S TESTIMONIAL DINNER HELD TONIGHT AT THE MAYFLOWER BROUGHT THE 'TOPS' OF WASHINGTON'S GOVERNMENT LEADERS. L TO R: VICE PRESIDENT JACK GARNER, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, JAMES ROOSEVELT, AND JIM FARLEY
New uniform for U.S. Treasury guards. Washington, D.C., Aug. 26. Neat but not gaudy is the scheme of the new uniform of the U.S. Treasury guards. Blue shirt, blue uniform trousers with Sam Browne belt replaces the odd trousers and shirts of many colors formerly worn by the guards while on duty. A neat cap, patterned after the ones worn by the New York Coppers, tops off the new outfit. Furnishing the men with new standard uniforms is the first step taken by the U.S. Secret Service since they were given supervision of the guards. Harold nelson, a Treasury Guard for three years, is displaying the uniform in this picture, 8/26/37
Tops of grain elevators, stacks of lumber, freight cars. Omaha, Nebraska
Commodity Exchange Heads seek method to prevent defrauding of public commodities. Washington, D.C., Aug. 1. Representatives of six major commodity exchanges today conferred with Department of Agriculture officials on methods of preventing so-called commodity counselors from defrauding the public through promises of extra-ordinary profits. Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Harry L. Brown is pictured as he laid before the group recommendations of Secretary Wallace for "vigorous action" to discourage brokerage houses from accepting business from certain types of commodity counselors. On the right of Mr. Brown is Dr. J.W.T. Duvel, Chief of the Commodity Exchange Administration. Represented at the meeting were the Chicago Board of Trade, New York Cotton Exchange, New Orleans Cotton Exchange, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, New York Mercantile Exchange, New York Wool Tops Exchange, and the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, 8/1/38
Freak hail storm hits Capitol. Washington, D.C., April 29. A freak rain storm, bringing down pellets of hail as large as moth balls, descended on the Capitol today. The hail pellets pierced cloth auto tops as if they were made of paper-mache. Rep. Pat Boland of Pennsylvania, House Whip, is pictured as he dodged the hail stones on Capitol Hill, 4/29/38
Millwork. Glueing cabinet tops. Southeast Missouri project yard
Corn field showing topped corn and shocks of tops, much lower than shocks of full-length stalks. This was three miles south of Leasburg on road toward Frogsboro, Caswell County, North Carolina
Operating a machine for putting tops on crates at a co-op orange packing plant, Redlands, Calif. Santa Fe R.R. trip
Tops for spinach baskets, La Pryor, Texas
Farmer buys sugar beet tops for feed. Brighton, Colorado
Corn field showing topped corn and shocks of tops, much lower than shocks of full-length stalks. This was three miles south of Leasburg on road toward Frogsboro, Caswell County, North Carolina
Tops for spinach baskets, La Pryor, Texas
Galilee & Hermon from chapel site (tops of trees only seen) from Shukrey's house) in foreground
Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. Ladling it out! These workers are casting ingots from the ladle into which a thirty-five ton electric furnace has just poured its molten steel. The "hot tops" allow for shrinkage of the steel in the ingots bodies. If these should be any slag left in the molten steel, it will rise into these hot tops, since slag is lighter than the steel

Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. Ladling it out! These workers are...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... More

Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. Ladling it out! These workers are casting ingots from the ladle into which a thirty-five ton electric furnace has just poured its molten steel. The "hot tops" allow for shrinkage of the steel in the ingots bodies. If these should be any slag left in the molten steel, it will rise into these hot tops, since slag is lighter than the steel
Making table tops. Dimension lumber plant. Dailey, West Virginia
Salinas, California. Intercontinental Rubber Producers. Mower which cuts off tops of guayule seedlings in nursery before transplanting
Salinas, California. Interncontinental rubber producers. Demonstration of digger used in guayule nursery. In actual operations, the tops of the plants are cut off by the mower before they are dug. When transplanted, the guayule seedling weighs about two grams
Civilian protection. The fire watcher has taken his post to watch the approach of hostile planes. When they are overhead, he will scan all streets and roof tops within his region to stop falling incendiaries by endeavoring to reach them quickly with his crew and equipment to control them. If he is unable to control the bomb itself, he will report the fire
Salinas, California. Intercontinental Rubber Producers. Demonstration of digger used in guayule nursery. In actual operations, the tops of the plants are cut off by the mower before they are dug. When transplanted, the guayule seedlings weigh about two grams
Newport News, Virginia. A C-3 passenger and cargo boat. The two tall posts in the middle are called "Samson posts" and are used to support derrick arms, cranes, etc, in loading and unloading the ship. They also serve as ventilators, as can be seen from the holes near their tops. The boat being built on the ways here, is of all steel construction, and is about forty percent completed. "C-3" refers to the type of design
Salinas, California. Intercontinental Rubber Producers. Demonstration of digger used in guayule nursery. In actual operations, the tops of the plants are cut off by the mower before they are dug. When transplanted, the guayule seedlings weigh about two grams
Steel Production. Production of iron for steel making tops all world records. An Eastern blast furnace swells the volume for victory. Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. Farrell, Pennsylvania
Civilian protection. The fire watcher has taken his post to watch the approach of hostile planes. When they are overhead, he will scan all streets and roof tops within his region to stop falling incendiaries by endeavoring to reach them quickly with his crew and equipment to control them. If he is unable to control the bomb itself, he will report the fire
Civilian protection. The fire watcher has taken his post to watch the approach of hostile planes. When they are overhead, he will scan all streets and roof tops within his region to stop falling incendiaries by endeavoring to reach them quickly with his crew and equipment to control them. If he is unable to control the bomb itself, he will report the fire
Salinas, California. Intercontinental Rubber Producers. Mower which cuts off tops of guayule seedling in the nursery before transplanting into the field
Civilian protection. Fire watchers from points of vantage on roof tops and streets maintain unceasing vigilance for fallen incendiary bombs. They immediately seek to control them with equipment stored nearby
Photograph of Making Tops for Bushel Baskets at the H. A. Dubois Company

Photograph of Making Tops for Bushel Baskets at the H. A. Dubois Compa...

Original caption: Making tops for bushel baskets at the H.A. Dubois Co. Historic Photographs

Production. War housing trailers. Paper replaces steel as material for rounded corners of house trailer tops. These corners, made of successive layers of paper impregnated with a special hardening solution, have great structural strength and are light in weight. Easy installation is another valuable feature of the material as used in the making of war housing trailers at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company
Testing M-4 tanks. A battleship of the land, one of America's mighty M-4 tanks tops the ridge of a test hill as trial runs are made at an Eastern manufacturing plant
Hoffman Island, merchant marine training center off Staten Island, New York. Trainees climbing to the tops of the schooner Vema on which they have a month's training period
Bingham Canyon, Utah. Looking over the tops of cars loaded with ore at an open-pit mine of the Utah Copper Company
Stamping out parts for jeeps. Hood tops for army jeeps are stamped out on a 100-ton Hamilton press in a Midwest automobile plant. The standard hoods in the foreground were flat sheets a short time before. Ford Lincoln plant, Michigan
Testing M-4 tanks. A battleship of the land, one of America's mighty M-4 tanks, tops the ridge of a test hill as trial runs are made at an Eastern manufacturing plant
Rogue River National Forest, Klamath County, Oregon. Tops of trees and clouds
Detroit, Michigan. Tops of buses, automobiles and traffic island seen from the 14th story of the Fisher Building
Testing M-4 tanks. A battleship of the land, one of America's mighty M-4 tanks, tops the ridge of a test hill as trial runs are made at an Eastern manufacturing plant
Rogue River National Forest, Klamath County, Oregon. Tops of tall trees
Las Vegas, Nevada. Painters at work seventy feet above ground on the gigantic construction of the Basic Magnesium Incorporated plant in the southern Nevada desert. A tower of another building and mountain tops can be seen in the background
Reeder, North Dakota. Snow banks and tops of grain elevators
Hoffman Island, merchant marine training center off Staten Island, New York. Trainees climbing to the tops of the schooner Vema on which they have a month's training period
The jeeps are coming. Great stacks of hood tops are stamped out by a 100-ton Hamilton press in a plant that used to produce thousands of automobiles daily. The plant is working on an even faster pace now on war production. Ford Lincoln plant, Michigan
Using acetylene torch to remove tops of eggs under completely sterile conditions. These eggs have been innoculated with yellow fever vaccine virus. USPHS (United States Public Health Service)  Rocky Mountain Laboratory, Hamilton, Montana
Hoffman Island, merchant marine training center off Staten Island, New York. Trainee climbing to the tops of the schooner Vema on which they have a month's training
Guanica, Puerto Rico (vicinity). Leaves from tops of the sugar cane stalks make good feed for the oxen
Harvesting embryos containing yellow fever vaccine virus. Tops of eggs are removed by means of acetylene torch under completely sterile conditions. USPHS (United States Public Health Service)  Rocky Mountain Laboratory, Hamilton, Montana
Using acetylene torch to take tops off eggs under completely sterile conditions. These eggs have been innoculated with yellow fever vaccine virus. USPHS (United States Public Health Service) Rocky Mountain Laboratory, Hamilton, Montana
Agriculture. Guayule cultivation. Seedling topper at work on guayule nursery beds. This machine mows the seedlings off to a uniform height for ease in digging and packing. The tops are collected in a bin on the machine and disposed of outside of the nursery. The tops are worthless for rubber production. Guayule plantings will produce an estimated 600 tons of rubber in early 1943, provide a crop in 1944 which should yield 33,000 tons and a harvest in 1945 to yield 47,000 tons. An annual production of 70,000 tons to 80,000 tons will materialize if full capacity of nurseries now being built is utilized. Addition: This program is part of the Department of Agriculture's Emergency Rubber Project, administered by the Forest Service under congressional authorization "to make available a source of crude rubber for emergency and defense uses"
Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Tank tops in storage
Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Tank tops in storage
Noordeuropese kampioenschappen waterski, Nederlandse

Noordeuropese kampioenschappen waterski, Nederlandse

Noordeuropese kampioenschappen waterski, Nederlandse ploeg v.l.n.r. Roelandt Tops, Nelleke Bouman [...]

[Paul Rudolph's architectural office in Manhattan. Man stepping across file cabinet tops among elevated drafting stations]

[Paul Rudolph's architectural office in Manhattan. Man stepping across...

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

P-21757 BW Range: 2 million kilometers (1.25 million miles) Jupiter's thin ring of particles was photographed by Voyager 2 on its approach to the giant planet. The spacecraft was 2.5° above the plane of the ring. Segments of both sides of the faint ring were captured in this picture. The ring was first photographed in an edge-on configuration by Voyager 1 and was measured then to have a radial extent of about 55, 000 kilometers (34,000 miles) from Jupiter's cloud tops. With this picture, it is possible to determine that the ring is much narrower radially than the individual rings of Saturn. This image has had an extreme contrast enhancement process applied to it which brought out some white blotches in the central region and makes the ring appear discontinuous and non-uniform in brightness. These effects are all artifacts of the processing. ARC-1979-A79-7086

P-21757 BW Range: 2 million kilometers (1.25 million miles) Jupiter's ...

P-21757 BW Range: 2 million kilometers (1.25 million miles) Jupiter's thin ring of particles was photographed by Voyager 2 on its approach to the giant planet. The spacecraft was 2.5° above the plane of the ri... More

Range :   1.5 million km  ( 930,000 miles ) This high resolution view of Jupitor's ring,  part of a set obtained by Voyager 2  (A79-7101), suggests that it may be divided into several components, as are the rings of Saturn.  Seen within  the inner edge  of the brighter ring is a fainter ring, which may extend all the way down to Jupiter's cloud tops. The ring was unexpectedly bright, due to forward scattering of sunlight by small ring particles. The rings were discovered in March 1979 by Voyager 1. ARC-1979-A79-7109

Range : 1.5 million km ( 930,000 miles ) This high resolution view ...

Range : 1.5 million km ( 930,000 miles ) This high resolution view of Jupitor's ring, part of a set obtained by Voyager 2 (A79-7101), suggests that it may be divided into several components, as are the rin... More

Range :  106,250,000 km. ( 66 million miles) P-22830C This, Voyager 1 image shows Saturn and three of its satellites. A series of dark and light cloud bands appears through high altitude haze in the northern hemisphere. Cosiderable structure can be seen in the rings. The Cassini division, between the A-ring and B-ring, is readily visible. The shadow of rings on the planet's disk can also be seeen. The three satellites visible are, left to right, Enceladus (off the left edge of rings), Dione (just below the planet), and Tethys (at right edge of frame). The spacecraft will make its closest approach, 124,200 km. (77,174 miles) abovr the cloud tops, at  3:45 pm PST on Nov. 12, 1980. Nine months later, in August 1981, Voyager 2 will encounter Saturn and then continue on to Uranus. ARC-1980-AC80-7000

Range : 106,250,000 km. ( 66 million miles) P-22830C This, Voyager 1 ...

Range : 106,250,000 km. ( 66 million miles) P-22830C This, Voyager 1 image shows Saturn and three of its satellites. A series of dark and light cloud bands appears through high altitude haze in the northern he... More

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Artwork: Prisoners of War Art - Vietnam, camp of detention for U.S. pilots captured in Vietnam - untitled (Santa, sleigh and reindeer over roof tops) Artist: LT Ronald M. Mastin

Artwork: Prisoners of War Art - Vietnam, camp of detention for U.S. pi...

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David Tanner, left, and John Minieris perform as cast members of Tops In Blue '81, a show composed of active duty Air Force personnel from bases around the world

David Tanner, left, and John Minieris perform as cast members of Tops ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Yokota Air Base Country: Japan (JPN) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Ted Koniares Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital... More

Tops In Blue cast members during one of the many performances. Tops In Blue '81 is a show composed of active duty Air Force personnel from bases around the world

Tops In Blue cast members during one of the many performances. Tops In...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Yokota Air Base Country: Japan (JPN) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Ted Koniares Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital... More

COL Leland Small, 475th Air Base Wing vice-commander, is interrupted by Tops in Blue cast member John Minieris (left) at the beginning of the show. Tops in Blue 81 is a show composed of active duty Air Force personnel from bases around the world

COL Leland Small, 475th Air Base Wing vice-commander, is interrupted b...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Yokota Air Base Country: Japan (JPN) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Ted Koniares Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital... More

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