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Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Part of the "uncapped" class taking the volunteer nurses aides course at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C. First row, left to right: Mrs. Dora Boston, Mrs. Mattie Sparkman, Mrs. John Gill, Mrs. Mary Garrigher, Mrs. Thomas Couch and Mrs. Ethel Washington; Second row: Mrs. Samontha Dawkins, Mrs. Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Hattie Lipscomb, Mrs. Zelhonia Applewhite and Mrs. Mary F. Anderson; Third row: Miss Romay Johnson, Mrs. Mary Hobson, Mrs. Estelle Cloggette, Mrs. Edna Janifer and Mrs. Ruby Lee Bates

Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Musician (second class) Wayman E. Hathcock, directs a double quartet from Camp Robert Smalls, Great Lakes Training Station, at the dedication of a mural commemorating Marian Anderson's free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium before a distinguished audience on January 6, 1943

Women in essential services. Ruth Anderson, San Francisco's only woman radio news reporter, has entered a field formerly open only to men. A graduate of radio soap operas, Miss Anderson began her newscasts last October on a probational basis and has been editing, preparing and broadcasting reports on world news ever since

Washington, D.C. Miss Jane Anderson filling telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office

Marian Anderson at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by her on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Audience at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by Marian Anderson on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Marian Anderson, noted contralto, sings a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural commemorating her free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium before a distinguished audience on January 6, 1943. On the platform, (L to R) are Charles Houston, acting Dean of Howard University Law School, who presented the mural; Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes who accepted it for the government, and Oscar Chapman, Assistant Secretary of Interior

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. One phase of training for the volunteer nurses aides at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C. Miss Thelma Harris, staff nurse, is shown instructing uncapped students on how to fill hot water bottles and ice caps. Left to right: Miss Florence Jackson, Mrs. Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Estelle Cloggette, Mrs. Mary Hobson, Mrs. Samontha Dawkins, Miss Thelma Harris and Mrs. Mary F. Anderson

Gibson, Indiana. John A. Anderson, a fireman on the New York Central railroad reading a railroad workers' newspaper at the railroad YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association). His home is in Niles, Michigan, and he has been stopping regularly at the "Y" for over five years

Washington, D.C. Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in the United States Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert which she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of the American Revolution refused to allow her to sing in Constitution Hall

Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Marian Anderson, noted contralto, sings "The Star Spangled Banner" at the dedication of a mural commemorating her free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium before a distinguished audience on January 6, 1943. Miss Anderson is holding a bouquet of roses presented to her by Negro high school cadets who served as ushers at the ceremony. Secretary of Interior Ickes accepted the mural for the government

New recruits of WAACS sworn in. Part of a class of sixteen young women sworn into the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps by Major Ina M. McFadden, recruiting officer for the Washington Military District, Thursday evening, January 7, at a public ceremony at the Cordoza High School. Those sworn into the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and now awaiting call to active duty are: Misses Neppie Stoker Anderson, Joye Pamela Arnold, Elizabeth Orlean Garrett, Juanita Greene, Elsie Givens, Farieta Hall, Lillie B. Harrison, Marie Humphrey, Nancy McCall, Evelyn F. Overton, Isabelle Peterson, Mittie Lee Thomas, Grace Elizabeth Thompson, Jeanne Cecelia Webster, Catherine Geneva Brown and Ernestine Louise Woods. A drive for 150 Negro recruits from the Military District of Washington is now in progress, Major McFadden announced

Marian Anderson at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by her on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

[Marian Anderson mural dedicated. Marian Anderson, noted contralto, at the dedication of a mural commemorating her free public concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1938. The dedication was held in the Department of Interior Auditorium on January 6, 1943. Miss Anderson poses with high school cadets who served

Audience at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by Marian Anderson on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Two members of the audience at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by Marian Anderson on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Harvey A. Anderson

Corporal Oliver R. Wechsler, of Anderson, Indiana. A mechanic in civilian life, he is now serving overseas with the United States Army

Washington, D.C. Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in the United States Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert which she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of the American Revolution refused to allow her to sing in Constitution Hall

Marian Anderson greeting members of the audience at the ceremony held in the auditorium of the U.S. Department of the Interior at the dedication of a mural painting commemorating a free public concert given by her on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939

Answering call for volunteer nurses aides. Mrs. George M. Johnson, captain, instructing volunteer nurses aides in the handling of patients at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D.C. using "Julius Caesar" as dummy patient. Left to right: Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Amontha Dawkins, Miss Florence Jackson, Mrs. Mary F. Anderson, Mrs. Estelle Cloggette, Mrs. Mary Hobson

Washington, D.C. Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in the United States Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert which she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of the American Revolution refused to allow her to sing in Constitution Hall

Gibson, Indiana. Engineer George Fisher, left, and fireman John Anderson, leaving the railroad YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) to go to work. They are both employed on the New York Central Railroad

Albuquerque, New Mexico. L.R. Anderson operating a control on the rolling machine in the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad locomotive shops

[Washington, D.C. Marian Anderson broadcasting a Negro spiritual at the dedication of a mural installed in the United States Department of the Interior building, commemorating the outdoor concert which she gave at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of Revolution refused to allow her to sing in Constitution Hall]

America's youth builds and flies model planes on miniature flying fields. This young American aviation enthusiast, Orin Anderson, poses behind his giant model plane at Kelly Field in the city of San Antonio in the southwestern U.S. state of Texas where members of the Gas Model Club do their weekly flying. Model building has long been a major hobby of American youth, who in 1941 answered a request from the U.S. government to turn out 800,000 scale model airplanes for use by the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Army, and civilian defense groups to train military and civilian personnel to recognize hostile and friendly aircraft. Boys who had learned the principles of model building in home and school workshops turned out scale models of fighters, scouts, fighter bombers, bombers, torpedo carriers, and commercial planes of the United Nations and of the enemy

[Bride in gown holding flowers, Dawkins Anderson wedding]

[Bride in bridal gown holding flowers, Dawkins Anderson wedding]

Dawkin Anderson wedding

[Wedding ceremony in church, Dawkins Anderson wedding]

[Dawkins Anderson wedding in church]

Dawkin Anderson wedding

[Wedding ceremony in church, Dawkins Anderson wedding]

[Bridesmaid? wearing cape, member of wedding party for the Dawkins Anderson wedding]

Dawkin Anderson wedding

[Portrait of Duke Ellington, Cat Anderson, and Sidney De Paris(?), Aquarium, New York, N.Y., ca. Nov. 1946]

[Portrait of Franc Williams, Harold Baker, and Cat Anderson, Aquarium, New York, N.Y., ca. Nov. 1946]

[Portrait of Cat Anderson, Aquarium, New York, N.Y., between 1946 and 1948]

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. Rumpus house

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. South facade III

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. Terrace I

[Portrait of Judith Anderson, as Medea]

[Portrait of Judith Anderson, as Medea]

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. Rumpus house, interior IV

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. Rumpus dormitory

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. Rumpus house, interior II

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. South facade IV

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. Rumpus house, interior III

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. South facade II

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. Rumpus house, interior I

Horace Flanigan, residence on Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, New York. South facade I

[Portrait of Judith Anderson, as Medea]

[Margaret Anderson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick DeMarsico.

[Portrait of Judith Anderson and Tyrone Power, in John Brown's Body]

[Head-and-shoulders portrait of Peggy Cass, James Thurber, and Joan Anderson] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Ed Ford.

[Mrs. Constance Motley with Harvey Gantts and W.T. Smith, Jr.]

[Jimmy Carter and his chief speechwriter, Pat Anderson, working aboard the "Peanut One" campaign airplane]

A & W Drive-in sign, Anderson, Indiana

Interview w/ Rep. John Anderson / WKL.

Delia Hallowell, Rosa Linda Wolfe, and Ida Anderson

Group of slides: 1-3 Maria La Vigna and Member of San Juan Pueblo; 4-5 Delia Hallowell, Rosa Linda Wolfe, and Ida Anderson; 6-8 Delia Hallowell, Rosa Linda Wolfe, Ida Anderson, Dorothy Sara Lee, and Maria La Vigna; 9-10 Maria La Vigna at Her Camper; 11-16 Host Drum

Delia Hallowell, Rosa Linda Wolfe, and Ida Anderson

Delia Hallowell, Rosa Linda Wolfe, Ida Anderson, Dorothy Sara Lee, and Maria La Vigna

Field-worker Nancy Nusz photographs Cletus Anderson, Apalachicola, Florida

Carnegie Library (Anderson County Art Center), Main Street, Anderson, South Carolina

Viking Drive-In Theater sign, darker sky, Route 29, Anderson, South Carolina

Viking Outdoor Cinema, Anderson, South Carolina

Southerner Motor Lodge sign, Route 29B, Anderson, South Carolina

Snappers Motors sign, Anderson, South Carolina

NFL pro set. Ottis Anderson

F.O.E. (Eagle), entrance, Meridian Street, Anderson, Indiana

Caboose Bar & Grill, 15th Street, Anderson, Indiana

Caboose Bar and Grill sign, Anderson, Indiana

Carnegie Library, straight-on overall view, Anderson, Indiana

Interior lobby, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Interior lobby, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Interior staircase in the lobby, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior detail, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior detail, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Original lighting fixture in the lobby, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Interior lobby, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior detail, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior detail, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior detail, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Walter Frederick Anderson, age 1, and Saleah Rose Bruinton, age 2, pose on the steps of a historic cabin in rural Alabama

Exterior detail, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior detail, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Exterior, Richard B. Anderson Federal Building, Port Angeles, Washington

Donovan Anderson, 5, a dancer at the Celebrations of Traditions Pow Wow, an official Native American Pow Wow that is part of the annual, month-long Fiesta San Antonio in Texas

Donovan Anderson, 5, a dancer at the Celebrations of Traditions Pow Wow, an official Native American Pow Wow that is part of the annual, month-long Fiesta San Antonio in Texas

Donovan Anderson, 5, a dancer at the Celebrations of Traditions Pow Wow, an official Native American Pow Wow that is part of the annual, month-long Fiesta San Antonio in Texas

The star spangled banner. Sold by Charles H. Anderson, bookseller, &c., Washington, D. C. [n. d.]

Denby & Edwin A. Anderson, 12/4/23

The soldier's homeless boy, by Chas. Bender, arranged by A. Anderson. Air.- The Summer Eve Is Gliding. A Anderson, Phila. March 24, 1864

Henry Pahl House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Meeting of old friends. By John Anderson, ... Printed by Johnson, 7 North tenth Street

Governor Hugh J. Anderson House, Church & Anderson Streets, Belfast, Waldo County, ME

Willie we have missed you. Charles H. Anderson. Bookseller, stationer, &c., 402 D. Street, Washington, D. C