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The Cupper (Kopster), Cornelis Dusart
Design for a Crest with Drapery (the Upper Part of a Canopy or Window Treatment)
Design for a Crest with Drapery (the Upper Part of a Canopy or Window Treatment)

Design for a Crest with Drapery (the Upper Part of a Canopy or Window ...

Attributed to Giovanni Battista Natali III (Italian, Pontremoli, Tuscany 1698–1765 Naples)

decoration from "The Life of Lamenther: a true history, written by herself (Anne W[all]). In five parts. Containing a just account of the many misfortunes she underwent, occasioned by the ill treatment of an unnatural Father"

decoration from "The Life of Lamenther: a true history, written by her...

This image has been taken from scan 000155 from "The Life of Lamenther: a true history, written by herself (Anne W[all]). In five parts. Containing a just account of the many misfortunes she underwent, occasion... More

decoration from "The Life of Lamenther: a true history, written by herself (Anne W[all]). In five parts. Containing a just account of the many misfortunes she underwent, occasioned by the ill treatment of an unnatural Father"

decoration from "The Life of Lamenther: a true history, written by her...

This image has been taken from scan 000011 from "The Life of Lamenther: a true history, written by herself (Anne W[all]). In five parts. Containing a just account of the many misfortunes she underwent, occasion... More

Patrick Henry to Thomas Jefferson, February 26, 1777, Treatment of British Prisoners
The abolition of the slave trade Or the inhumanity of dealers in human flesh exemplified in Captn. Kimber's treatment of a young Negro girl of 15 for her virjen (sic) modesty., British Cartoon Print

The abolition of the slave trade Or the inhumanity of dealers in human...

Print shows sailor on a slave ship suspending an African girl by her ankle from a rope over a pulley. Captain John Kimber stands on the left with a whip in his hand. Title from item. Attributed to I. Cruikshank... More

Design for the treatment of a wall with a pattern of lattices, vines, and bamboo
Charles Monblond - Design for Wall Treatment with Window and Door
Design for treatment of a chimney-piece and adjacent door
technology from "Practical Remarks on the Nature and Treatment of Fractures of the Trunk and Extremities, etc"

technology from "Practical Remarks on the Nature and Treatment of Frac...

This image has been taken from scan 000366 from volume 01 of "Practical Remarks on the Nature and Treatment of Fractures of the Trunk and Extremities, etc". The title and subject terms of this image have been g... More

To the public. The undersigned, persons who have been employed for a considerable time past upon the National Jounral, deem it expedient to offer to the public, a statement of facts in relation to the treatment they have received at the hands of

To the public. The undersigned, persons who have been employed for a c...

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 194, Folder 18.

Summary of the method of treatment to be used with persons apparently dead from drowning [n. d.].

Summary of the method of treatment to be used with persons apparently ...

Drowning. 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 82, Folder 17.

Providence Hospital, under the charge of the Sisters of Charity, is now open for the reception and treatment of invalids, and persons suffering from the effects of accidents. It is located on Capitol Hill, opposite the Carroll mansion, in the hi

Providence Hospital, under the charge of the Sisters of Charity, is no...

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 210, Folder 15.

[Design drawing for architectural elements for Chancel treatment (with stained glass windows?) for St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Earwin, North Carolina]
[Design drawing for woodwork for proposed Chancel treatment for St. Mary's Church in Keyport, New Jersey]
An Oiran Seated in a Parlor Applies the Fire Treatment to the Bared Back of Another Woman

An Oiran Seated in a Parlor Applies the Fire Treatment to the Bared Ba...

After Okumura Masanobu (Japanese, 1686–1764) Meiji period (1868–1912)

Tideswell from "Peakland, and the baths and climate of Buxton: comprising ... a new method of carrying out the Buxton treatment, etc"

Tideswell from "Peakland, and the baths and climate of Buxton: compris...

This image has been taken from scan 000076 from "Peakland, and the baths and climate of Buxton: comprising ... a new method of carrying out the Buxton treatment, etc". The title and subject terms of this image ... More

diagram from "Notes on the Treatment of Gold Ores"

diagram from "Notes on the Treatment of Gold Ores"

This image has been taken from scan 000142 from "Notes on the Treatment of Gold Ores". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's flickr p... More

Government experts test power of gas to keep weeds out of golf greens. Washington, D.C., Aug. 4. Attention golfers!! Your putting is bound to improve and your cussing cut down if the tests now being conducted by grass experts of the Department of Agriculture on the use of tear gas to keep weeds out of golf greens are successful. A.E. Rabbit, (left) grass specialist of the United States Gold Association with whom the Department of Agriculture is cooperating in making the tests, is pictured as he pours the gas into the soil while Stanley Graeff, Dept. of Agriculture, rakes it over. The gas treatment was developed by Dr. John Monteith of the Department of Agriculture
[Room with medicine cabinet, basins, and massage or treatment table, probably the Ypsilanti mine bath house, Ypsilanti, Mich.]
[Room with medicine cabinet, basins, and massage or treatment table, probably the Ypsilanti mineral bath house, Ypsilanti, Michigan]
Ladies with dogs, awaiting treatment at Society for Animal Relief, free clinic, Paris, France
Working plan showing approximate grades and drains for the treatment of that section of the District of Columbia situated south of Pennsylvania Avenue and north of B Street South West Washington D.C. /

Working plan showing approximate grades and drains for the treatment o...

Shows proposed development in the Mall and along south side of Pennsylvania Avenue. "Nov. 16, 1900." LC copy fold-lined, laminated, and mounted on cloth backing. Available also through the Library of Congress W... More

Paris - Society For Animal Relief - Daily Examination of Animals Under Treatment
[The future Washington, proposed treatment of mall, Washington, D.C.]
Letter from Z. T. Sowers to Alexander Graham Bell, July 21, 1903
Letter from Dr. W. Freudenthal to Alexander Graham Bell, August 19, 1903
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Z. T. Sowers, July 21, 1903
Letter from Z. T. Sowers to Alexander Graham Bell, July 21, 1903
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Z. T. Sowers, July 21, 1903
Letter from Dr. W. Freudenthal to Alexander Graham Bell, August 19, 1903
The Future Washington, proposed treatment of monument and gardens
[Group of federal employees waiting for treatment at the Public Health Service Dispensary #32, which has recently been opened for the exclusive benefit of government workers]

[Group of federal employees waiting for treatment at the Public Health...

Photo includes race discrimination sign, "Colored Men's Waiting Room." National Photo Company Collection. No. 10441.

Our midsummer new-thought treatment / L.M. Glackens.

Our midsummer new-thought treatment / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows a man getting hit with a snowball on the back of his head, knocking off his hat and pince-nez. Title from item. Caption: Concentration on this picture for five minutes will be found to equal ... More

You can have it for a hundred guineas.  That's the price; it's an antique and I should charge more, but the treatment is a little free

You can have it for a hundred guineas. That's the price; it's an anti...

(DLC/PP-1935:0006). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The Immodest Antique" by S. Squire Sprigge, McClure's, 41:70 (Sept. 1913).

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Siberia, Russia. Thousands of persons in Siberia owe their lives to the treatment provided by this train --- the American Red Cross Anti-typhus train. With a personnel of Red Cross doctors, nurses and attendants, its cars stocked with medical supplies of every sort, "The Great White Train," as it is now known throughout Siberia, has travelled back and forth across more than 4,000 miles caring for stricken soldiers and civilans and instructing communities along sanitary lines

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Siberia, Russia. Thousands of per...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Miscellaneous

Wounded horses waiting for treatment. Near St. Omer. 4-16-1918
Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, January 4, 1914
Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, January 4, 1914
Heat Treatment, Watertown Arsenal

Heat Treatment, Watertown Arsenal

Original Caption: J.O. 2749 K (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #15, 1-11-18; Heat Treatment Looking Northwest; N59953 630 Bldgs - general, #3800-3899

Clipping, February 25, 1914
Clipping, February 25, 1914
Manassas National Battlefield After Treatment

Manassas National Battlefield After Treatment

The friable nature of the media limited treatment options. After careful examination and consultation with other conservators and curators who had experience with St. Mémin drawings, it was decided the drawing... More

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - A child who has been badly burnt being taken from the Kahn Kapan to the hospital by Capt. McCarthy of the A.R.C. for treatment. The Kahn Kapan was formerly a Turkish Inn but is now a hotel for the refugees for repatriated Serbs coming back from Bulgaria, Skolie, Serbia

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - A child who has been badly burnt ...

Date Taken: 12/0/1918 Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Miscellaneous

American Red Cross - Groups - Members of the staff on the steps at Bellevue A.R.C. Hospital for the treatment of gas cases

American Red Cross - Groups - Members of the staff on the steps at Bel...

Photographer: American Red Cross, France American Red Cross - Groups

American Red Cross - Groups - Members of the Staff and patients in front of Bellevue A.R.C. Hospital for the treatment of gas cases

American Red Cross - Groups - Members of the Staff and patients in fro...

Photographer: American Red Cross, France American Red Cross - Groups

American Red Cross - Warehouses - American Red Cross Activities. Bandages, gauze, cotton, and other small packages used by the A.R.C. on battlefields for treatment of the wounded

American Red Cross - Warehouses - American Red Cross Activities. Banda...

Date Taken: 3/5/1919 American Red Cross - Warehouses

American Red Cross - Warehouses - Bandgages, gauze, cotton and other small packages used by the American Red Cross on battlefields for treatment for wounded

American Red Cross - Warehouses - Bandgages, gauze, cotton and other s...

Photographer: Army Medical Museum American Red Cross - Warehouses

American Red Cross - Groups - Members of the A.R.C. Staff on the steps of Bellevue Hospital for treatment of gas cases

American Red Cross - Groups - Members of the A.R.C. Staff on the steps...

Photographer: American Red Cross, France American Red Cross - Groups

Colleges and Universities - Rutgers College - Students at Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey, receiving a lesson in first aid treatment, May 4, 1918

Colleges and Universities - Rutgers College - Students at Rutgers Coll...

Date Taken: 5/4/1918 Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Colleges and Universities - Rutgers College

Western front. Dog hospital. Roll call of dogs receiving treatment. April 2, 1918
American Red Cross - Rehabilitation - Convalescnet Americans taking exercise in the gardens at Bellevueva, A.R.C. Hospital for treatment of gas cases

American Red Cross - Rehabilitation - Convalescnet Americans taking ex...

Photographer: American Red Cross, France American Red Cross - Rehabilitation

Heat Treatment Building Furnace Pit, Watertown Arsenal

Heat Treatment Building Furnace Pit, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: J.O. 2749 K (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #1, 11-9-17; Furnace Pit in Heat Treatment Building, looking S.E.; N59544 630 Bldgs - general, #2476-2499

Furnace Pit in Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Furnace Pit in Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: J.O.2749 K (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #1, 11-9-17; Furnace Pit in Heat Treatment Building, looking S.E.; N59544 380 War and Peace, #1317-1399

Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: J.O. 2749 K (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #2, 11-9-17; Heat Treatment Building, looking West; N59545 630 Bldgs - general, #2476-2499

Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: J.O. 2749 K (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #4, 11-16-17; Heat Treatment Building, looking West; N59569 630 Bldgs - general, #2476-2499

Heat Treatment Building Furnace Pit, Watertown Arsenal

Heat Treatment Building Furnace Pit, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: J.O. 2749 K (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #3, 11-16-17; Furnace Pit in Heat Treatment Building, looking N.E.; N59568 630 Bldgs - general, #2476-2499

Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: J.O.2749 K (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #8, 11-30-17; Heat Treatment Building, looking west. 380 War and Peace, #1317-1399

Heat Treatment, Watertown Arsenal

Heat Treatment, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: J.O. 2749 K (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #13, 12-29-17; Heat Treatment - Looking Northwest; N59880 630 Bldgs - general, #3700-3799

Living up to the tradition of her name, Miss Clara Barton, Grand Rapids, Mich. Burn treatment of machine gun wound, 3D operation, Hospital #5. Living up to the tradition of her name, Miss Clara Barton of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is caring for the wounded American soldiers at American Military Hospital No. 5 at Auteuil, a tent hospital put up and supported by the AMERICAN RED CROSS. This man is having the sun cure. The treatment consists in exposing the wound to the full sunshine with only the protection of a mosquito netting stretched above it to protect against insects, etc

Living up to the tradition of her name, Miss Clara Barton, Grand Rapid...

Caption from negative sleeve: The sun's rays in general are germicidal and the treatment is especially successful in tubercular wounds. Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or so... More

Preparing a patient for the sun care at American Military Hospital No. 5, at Auteuil, which is American Red Cross. This treatment consists in exposing the wound, unbandaged, to the sunshine with only a mosquito netting stretched above it to protect from insects, etc. The sun's rays in general are germicidal and the treatment is especially successful in tubercular wounds

Preparing a patient for the sun care at American Military Hospital No....

Title and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC France. Group title: Hospital U.S. France. Gift; American National Red Cross 1944 a... More

Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Heat Treatment Building, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: Heat Treatment Building - Looking N.W.; 3-15-18 380 War and Peace, #1317-1399

Are you fond of horses - U.S. Army - The Veterinary Corps instructs you in their care and treatment, riding and driving / Horst Schreck.

Are you fond of horses - U.S. Army - The Veterinary Corps instructs yo...

Poster showing a portrait of a horse and insignia of the Army Veterinary Corps. Text continues: Also meat and dairy inspection. Enlist today. See Army recruiting officer at [blank]. Title from item.

Miscellaneous subjects. Window treatment with painted glass
Miscellaneous subjects. Window treatment with wreath
Refugee child getting her hair washed at Camp Kalamaria, Salonica, where ARC feeds 11,000 After a public hair cutting, occasionally ordered by ARC nurse in the interests of cleanliness, everybody ostentatiously washes their hair to prevent similar treatment of them.

Refugee child getting her hair washed at Camp Kalamaria, Salonica, whe...

Filed in: Greece Refugees. Title from item. No. RC-33861. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Refugees, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

National Archives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. In the powerful press, the sheets of acetate, under heat and pressure 'melt' into the pores of the paper and adhere to each other as well. One additional advantage of this process is that, after being pressed with the sheets of cellulose acetate, the paper is thinner and takes up less room than it did originally. The result is a sheet of paper and acetate which comes off the polished metal plates as a single sheet. Tests for the aging of this material made by the Bureau of Standards in Washington have shown that this treatment of the paper, called laminating is as permanent as it is possible to make any record of paper
Historical documents guarded with great care by National Archives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. The treatment and careful handling of valuable historical documents is of prime consideration at the National Archives in Washington, D.C., Records, legal papers, historica data, etc., of all descriptions must be preserved so that they last indefinately. This picture shows documents being unloaded at the National Archives by a worker who uses a specially hand made truck
National Archives. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. At the end of three hours the chamber is opened and the documents are ready for the next treatment
Col. M.A. DeLaney, U.S.A., the man who has been treating Pres. Coolidge on May 22nd while the Pres. was in the air-tight room receiving the chlorine gas treatment for his cold. Col. DeLaney is watching the apparatus that denotes the amount of gas being sent into the air-tight chamber
Violet Ray treatment on white rats at Ag. Dept., 1/13/26
League of Nations Malaria Investigation Committee, United Provinces, India. Anti-malaria educational play put on by youngsters dealing with the treatment of the disease, the use of quinine
Miscellaneous subjects. Window treatment with painted glass
Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment IV
Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment IX
Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment II
J. H. Munktells Pappersfabriks AB. Polikliniken, behandlingsrum, 1930.

J. H. Munktells Pappersfabriks AB. Polikliniken, behandlingsrum, 1930.

J. H. Munktells Pappersfabriks AB. Polikliniken, behandlingsrum, 1930.

Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment VII
Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment V
Miscellaneous subjects. Window treatment with wreath
Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment VI
Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment I
Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment III
Dr. Waksmundzka, 1200 16th St., Apt. 414. Vacuum cup treatment VIII
David Sloan X-ray tube in treatment room at U.C. Hospital in San Francisco.1934. See also XBB 7606-8035. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

David Sloan X-ray tube in treatment room at U.C. Hospital in San Franc...

Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

David Sloan X-ray tube in treatment room at U.C. Hospital in San Francisco.1934. See also XBB 7606-8038 (FMP record missing). [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

David Sloan X-ray tube in treatment room at U.C. Hospital in San Franc...

Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

Photograph of Jack Pine Thinning Plot After Treatment

Photograph of Jack Pine Thinning Plot After Treatment

Original caption: Jack pine thinning Plot after treatment. Historic Photographs

Photograph of Jack Pine Pole Stand During Treatment

Photograph of Jack Pine Pole Stand During Treatment

Original caption: Jack pine pole stand during treatment. Historic Photographs

Photograph of Jack Pine Pole Stand Before Treatment

Photograph of Jack Pine Pole Stand Before Treatment

Original caption: Jack pine pole stand before treatment. Historic Photographs

Photograph of Jack Pine Pole Stand After Treatment

Photograph of Jack Pine Pole Stand After Treatment

Original caption: Jack pine pole stand after treatment. Historic Photographs

Leg saver. Chester Antos, student at Georgetown University medical school, photographed with the newly devised Emerson suction pressure apparatus which designers believe will prevent amputation in many cases. The mechanical "boot" is to be used in treatment of severe cases of peripheral vascular diseases. The device was developed by Dr. Louis A. Hermann of Cincinnati. By increasing and decreasing the air pressure alternatively, the "boot" tends to stimulate circulation through the leg. The pump boot is a gift to Georgetown University Hospital from an alumnus. 11/12/35
Fever machine used to kill germs, Wash. D.C. Bennie Smith, an arthritis patient, receives treatment at Gallinger Municipal Hospital in the fever machine used to raise temperatures artificially. With his temperature at 105 he grins and asks for more ice. Nurse-technician Ida Louise Rivers is counting his pulse while Dr. Edgar Babcock, superintendent, observes reactions. The artificial fever has been of definite benefit to this patient, the doctor said. It is also believed that this artificial fever will kill other germs, including those causing paresis. The machine was invented and developed by Charles F. Kettering in [...]
Negative blood during treatment does not mean cure Continue treatment until discharged : New York State Department of Health.

Negative blood during treatment does not mean cure Continue treatment ...

Poster for New York State Department of Health promoting "treatment until discharged," showing a microscope. Date stamped on verso: Jun 28 1939. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Whom have you exposed to syphilis Tell your physician : They should be examined : They may need treatment.

Whom have you exposed to syphilis Tell your physician : They should be...

Poster for New York State Dept. of Health encouraging treatment for syphilis. Date stamped on verso: Jun 28 1939. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress). Posters of the WPA / Chris... More

Congenital syphilis is preventable If syphilitic mothers will take adequate treatment during the last five months of pregnancy : New York State Department of Health / / Dux.

Congenital syphilis is preventable If syphilitic mothers will take ade...

Poster for New York State Department of Health promoting proper treatment for syphilis for pregnant women, showing woman holding a baby. Date stamped on verso: Jun 28 1939. Work Projects Administration Poster C... More

Early is the watchword for cancer control Early diagnosis, early treatment will save many lives : Early cancer can be cured.

Early is the watchword for cancer control Early diagnosis, early treat...

Poster promoting early diagnosis and treatment for cancer, showing a rooster crowing at sunrise. Date stamped on verso: Sep 2 1938. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress). U.S. Pub... More

Early is the watchword for cancer control Early diagnosis, early treatment will save many lives : Early cancer can be cured.

Early is the watchword for cancer control Early diagnosis, early treat...

Poster promoting early diagnosis and treatment for cancer, showing a rooster crowing at sunrise. Date stamped on verso: Sep 2 1938. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress). U.S. Pub... More

King of Jazz. Washington, D.C., March 16. Paul Whiteman, King of Jazz today urged the House Immigration Committee to report favorably the Dickstein Bill to restrict the entrance of alien stage artists into this country, Whiteman said that with the Dickstein Bill passed it would soon bring about the proper international treatment of artists
Experts at Bureau of Standards study effect of corrosive soils on specimens of pipe. Washington, D.C., Aug. 8. Of interest to home builders the country over is the study being made by experts at the National Bureau of Standards of the effect of corrosive soils on pipes and protective materials. Samples of pipe which have been buried for four years in fifteen soils differing widely in their characteristics, are being tested. Included are several varieties of ferrous materials as well as copper, brass, and bronze. Soldered and brazed joints, protective materials, and pipe made of a composition of cement and asbestos are also represented. Walter Johnson, of the Bureau, is pictured removing graphitic corrosion from cast iron with an air-driven tool. The corrosion products are too hard to be removed with a brush or by chemical treatment, 8/8/38
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