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Arc de triomphe d'Orange / daguérreotype, Lerebours ; imp. par Bougeard ; Hürlimann, sc.

[Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel] / E. Baldus.

Paris. Arc de Triomphe / E. Baldus.

Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile A Paris / / Photographie d'apres nature par Ch. Soulier, photographe de l'empereur.

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing St. Joan of Arc in armor; and St. Agnes with lamb, and lilies]

Tebessa. Arc de Triomphe Quadrifrons de Caracalla, IIIe siècle / ND Phot.

Tebessa. L'Arc de Caracalla et les remparts de la citadelle Byzantine / ND Phot.

Ruines Romaines de Thamugas. L'Arc de Triomphe de Trajan / ND Phot.

Arc de Triumph

Ruines Romaines de Thamugas. L'Arc de Triomphe / ND Phot.

Palmyre. Arc de triomphe vue de face / Bonfils.

Palmyre. Colonnade et arc de triomphe de l'ouest. Syrie / Bonfils.

Palmyre. Extrémité de la grande colonnade et Arc de triomphe / Bonfils.

Palmyre. Parte postérieure de l'arc de triomphe. Syrie / Bonfils.

Damas. Arc de triomphe / Bonfils.

Palmyre. Arc de triomphe, vue de derrière. Syrie / Bonfils.

Palmyre. Arc de triomphe vue generale prise de face / Bonfils.

Palmyre. Fac̜ade de l'arc de triomphe - Syrie / Bonfils.

[Aerial view of Paris, France, from balloon, showing the Arc de Triomphe at left center]

[Statue of Joan of Arc by Foyatier in the Martyrs' Place, Orléans, France]

[Haloed Joan of Arc (?) on horse with lion flag leading army]

L'Arc de Triomphe

[Joan of Arc on horseback with soldiers]

[Joan of Arc Street, Orléans, France]

[Notre Dame de Bon Secours and Joan of Arc's monument, Rouen, France]

[Arc de Triomphe, du Carrousel, Paris, France]

[Joan of Arc's Tower, Rouen, France]

[Statue of Joan of Arc by Foyatier in the Martyrs' Place, Orléans, France]

Mark Twain's Joan of Arc / Grasset '94.

St. Pétersbourg. L'arc de Triomphe et le Palais d'Hiver

Paris, changing horses at Arc de Triomph

[France - Paris - L'Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile; variety of horse-drawn vehicles on Champs Elysee]

Bernhardt (Joan of Arc)

[Joan of Arc in infancy]

Bernhardt (Joan of Arc)

Joan of Arc

[Joan of Arc]

[Joan of Arc in infancy]

Mrs. Nellie van Slingerland holding banner of Joan of Arc Suffrage League

Joan of Arc celebration

Avenue du Bois and Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France

Joan of Arc Lesson Topic, Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club

The vision of Joan of Arc / J. Norman Lynd (after Jules Bastien Lepage).

Raker on a Wisconsin cranberry marsh. With a swinging motion the prongs of the rake are thrust under the lowest layer of berries, and with the left hand, the rake is pulled forward and up, completing the arc. Each raker empties his berries into a box behind him. When full these are carried off by porters. Location: Grand Rapids, Wisconsin. / Photo by courtesy of Mr. Andrew Searles the owner.

Raker on a Wisconsin cranberry marsh. With a swinging motion the prongs of the rake are thrust under the lowest layer of berries, and with the left hand, the rake is pulled forward and up, completing the arc. Each raker empties his berries into a box behind him. When full these are carried off by porters. Location: Grand Rapids, Wisconsin. / Photo by courtesy of Mr. Andrew Searles the owner.

Just like Joan of Arc. The anti-suffragist has a "vision" of her duty

JOAN OF ARC Unveiled, 12/15, [Monument]

Group of ARC workers at a Red Cross canteen Left to right : Miss Anna L. Rochester, Miss Gladys Cromwell, Miss Elizabeth Strang, Miss Helen J. Day, Miss C. Wheller, Mrs. Mary Palmer Gardner, Miss Winifred Bryce, Miss Anna A. Ryan, Miss Julia Wells and Miss Dorothy Cromwell, ARC Hospitals Nos. 6 & 7, Souilly, Meuse, France.

[Entrance to cathedral of Reims, France, and equestrian statue of Joan of Arc]

[Joan of Arc, three-quarter length portrait, standing in field, facing front, clutching sword to chest]

Joan of Arc Statue, New York City

[Ceremony at Jeanne d'Arc Memorial, Meridian Hill Park, Washington, D.C.]

[Ceremony at Jeanne d'Arc Memorial, Meridian Hill Park, Washington, D.C.]

These villagers of Asia Minor were driven into the mountains near their homes shortly after the Smyrna debacle For three and a half months they lived on grass, roots and similar food, occasionally raiding an olive grove by night .... Finally two bold members stole a small boat and escaped .... The whole party is now being fed and clothed by the ARC. Ikons and other possessions commonly brought ... are shown in the picture.

[Ceremony at Jeanne d'Arc Memorial, Meridian Hill Park, Washington, D.C.]

[Ceremony at Jeanne d'Arc Memorial, Meridian Hill Park, Washington, D.C.]

[Ceremony at Jeanne d'Arc Memorial, Meridian Hill Park, Washington, D.C.]

In the confusion that followed the debacle at Smyrna, many aged people were separated from their families Pathetic scenes were witnessed everywhere.... One of the first acts of the ARC was to gather these old people together and try to locate their relatives. Many were restored to their families. Some (whose families probably perished) still remain on hand, but now they are well cared for by local authorities under the patronage of the Red Cross.

During the spring months, the ARC anticipating the danger of typhus and other contagious diseases, kept prepared several tents for the purpose of isolating any case that might be found This proved to be a wise precaution, and thanks to such effective means as this, all epidemics were successfully kept down on the Isle of Chios. The above picture shows an isolation ward maintained at Chios. The Red Cross had two such wards, supervised by the American Womens Hospitals.

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.

The ARC by dint of sheer persistence, succeeded in establishing feeding, medical and sanitary centers in the heart of the mountains, where many refugees had wondered [i.e. wandered] Even the Greek government itself had not reached these people for months after the R.C. had catalogued and was feeding them. The above picture shows the baby milk feeding station at the village of Thimiana, on the Isle of Chios, which is the center of that section of the island.

[Ceremony at Jeanne d'Arc Memorial, Meridian Hill Park, Washington, D.C.]

These villagers of Asia Minor were driven into the mountains near their homes shortly after the Smyrna debacle For three and a half months they lived on grass, roots and similar food, occasionally raiding an olive grove by night .... Finally two bold members stole a small boat and escaped .... The whole party is now being fed and clothed by the ARC. Ikons and other possessions commonly brought ... are shown in the picture.

[Equestrian statue of Joan of Arc in Blois, France] / Paul [Gros?], Blois.

Statues and sculpture. Joan of Arc statue

American Photoengravers Association convention. MacBeth Arc Lamp Co. exhibit

Makes light speak like Biblical burning bush. Like the voice speaking to Moses from the burning bush as described in the Bible, Sergius P. Grace, Assistant Vice-President of the Bell Telephone Laboratories, makes speech and music issue from the burning electric arc in the center of the projector shown in the photograph. Alexander Graham Bell first experimented with the "talking flame" as early as 1875, using bright rays of sunlight as the base. Bell scientists are again working on the theory, hoping to make some practical use of it. Grace, at the left, is assisted by R.M. Pease, right, a member of the Bell technical staff. 12/30

[Group os women at Jeanne d'Arc statue]

French Naval officers at White House. Washington, D.C., March 30. Officers of the French Cruiser Jeanne De Arc accompanied by the French Ambassador Georges Bonnet today paid their respects to the President at the White House. Left to right: Lt. F.M.G. Lafargue, Admiral Louis Sable, Naval Attache of the French Embassy, Ambassador Bonnett, Captain Henri Latham, in command of the cruiser, and Captain Paul Bastedo, Naval Aide to the President

U.S. Chief of Naval Operations greets Skipper of visiting French Cruiser. Washington, D.C., March 24. Capt. H.P. Latham, Skipper of the French Cruiser Jean D'Arc no visiting American ports, was received by admiral William Leahy, (center) Chief of Naval Operations today. On the left is Capt. Louis Sable, Naval Attache of the French Embassy, 3/24/1937

The Bois d'Arc cooperative supports twenty-one families on its 1885 acres. The Hillview cooperative supports eight families on its 596 acres. The thirty-six individual units have from seventy to eighty acres. Osage Farms, Missouri

Part of the dairy herd at Bois d'Arc cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Purebred Herefords are raised and fattened for the market at the Bois d'Arc cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Hereford cattle are fattened on sorgo. Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Hogs are driven in from the field at the Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

On the Bois d'Arc cooperative, Jerry Vardiman has a garden that will yield a large part of his family's food supply. Milk, which he obtains from the coop dairy, costs four cents a quart. Osage Farms, Missouri

Several of the homes at the Bois d'Arc Cooperative farm are located near the dairy farms. While all of the farm is worked cooperatively each home has its own garden plot. Osage Farms, Missouri

One man devotes his full time to caring for the poultry at the Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Feeding Hereford cattle. Bois d'Arc Cooperative, Osage Farms, Missouri

Some of the cattle on feed. Bois d'Arc Cooperative, Osage Farms, Missouri

Sorgo is fed to Hereford cattle. Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

There are 1800 chickens and 2000 pullets at the Bois d'Arc cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Sorgo is fed to the 108 Hereford cattle. Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Home of member of Bois d'Arc cooperative who takes care of beef cattle. Osage Farms, Missouri

Silos at the Bois d'Arc cooperative farm store feed for 102 dairy cows. Osage Farms, Missouri

Houses at the Bois d'Arc Cooperative farm. Osage Farms, Missouri

Children at the Bois d'Arc Cooperative Farm. Osage Farms, Missouri

Hogs at Bois d'Arc cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Largo is a major feed crop on the Bois d'Arc cooperative farm. Osage Farms, Missouri

Buildings are efficiently designed for modern farm methods. Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Cooperative farmers take great pride in their poultry and livestock. Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Two of the teams used on the Bois d'Arc Cooperative farm. Osage Farms, Missouri

Modern dairy farm at the Bois d'Arc cooperative makes possible efficient milk production. Osage Farms, Missouri

In good years and bad Jerry Vardiman has a good home and plenty to eat on the Bois d'Arc cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Large scale farming with tractors means greater profits on the Bois d'Arc cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Some of the 108 cattle being fattened at the Bois d'Arc Cooperative follow a wagonload of sorgo. Osage Farms, Missouri

Watering tank for feeder cattle. Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

Feeding sorgo to Hereford cattle. Bois d'Arc Cooperative. Osage Farms, Missouri

There are 465 hogs on the 1885 acre Bois d'Arc Cooperative farm. Osage Farms, Missouri

Hereford steer at salt block. Bois d'Arc Cooperative, Osage Farms, Missouri

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