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[Panel details from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitoll]

[Panel and medallion details from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]

[Lorenzo Ghiberti's "Gates of Paradise" bronze doors depicting scenes from the Old Testament, Baptistry of St. John, Florence]

Bronze valves, Baptistry, Florence

[Bronze doors for the east portico of the House wing, U.S. Capitol]

[Panel detail from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]

[Bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]

[Panel and medallion details from bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827, full lgth., standing holding pen and music "bronze statue...by Crawford, presented to the Music Hall, Boston"

[Bronze doors for the House wing (later moved to the central east front entrance), U.S. Capitol]

[Detail of "Justice and History" to be placed above Senate bronze doors, East Portico, U.S. Capitol]

[Large bronze bell with external clapper in belfry among trees at Buddhist temple, with monks on the left]

Bronze statue of Washington (near Georgetown)

Bronze statue of Jackson (Lafayette Square, opposite the President's house)

Damas. Porte de bronze de la grande mosquée / Bonfils.

The colossal bronze equestrian statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson [in Lafayette Square, Washington, D.C.]

Bronze pins

Bronze shield

[Photograph of sculpture entitled, "The President" Bronze by Saint-Gaudens located in Chicago, Illinois.]

Mammoth Japanese bronze vase

Top of imp. carriage, bronze, by ancient

[Dragon-headed bronze pitcher with horse motif]

[The twisting bronze at the Hippodrome] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

U.S. Reports: Plummer v. Sargent, 120 U.S. 442 (1887)

[Invitation to the unveiling and dedication of a bronze statue of Daniel Webster at Concord. May 1, 1886].

[Gallery of Thirty Meters, looking toward the Central Dome, with bronze statue of St. Michael in foreground, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Gallery of Thirty Meters, looking toward the Central Dome, with the bronze statue of St. Michael in foreground, Paris Exposition, 1889]

Inlaid bronze brooch of the pagan epoch

[Diorama in the History of Work exhibit, demonstrating early bronze casting, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Thiébaut Fréres bronze exhibit in the Gallery of Thirty Meters, Paris Exposition, 1889]

China - Peking - bronze animal figure on marble pedestal at entrance to the emperor's summer palace

Bronze Horse Temple Nagasaki

[Trinity Church, New York City. Bronze doors. Elevation rendering]

Bronze figure of women

Antique bronze

Bronze knife w[ith] inscription

Bronze woman

[U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. "Imagination" and "Memory" bronze doors by Olin L. Warner]

Bronze knife w[ith] inscription

Antique bronze; [Antique bronze]

Antique bronze

Stone or bronze relics

Bronze guns in west battery, Santiago, 1898

[Washington, D.C. school children on field trip - examining the bronze "Columbus" door in the Capitol Rotunda]

Gate to the campanile--exquisite work in bronze, by Gal -- Venice, Italy

A beautiful bronze vase at the entrance to the palace, Seoul, Korea

Medallion in Bronze of Susan B. Anthony

Removing from furnace the crucibles full of fiery liquid bronze - John Williams' foundry, New York [City]

Filing and polishing a large piece, after moulding, bronze industry, Japan

If bronze could change! / Keppler.

Old bronze, muzzle-loading siege gun used by Filipinos against Americans in their advance toward Caloocan

Stevens memorial bronze tablet

Children collecting bronze household goods for the gov't.

Secretary of the Navy, Josephus Daniels being presented a bronze statue by French Ambassador Jean Jusserand, for the U.S.S. Seattle, which escorted troop-ships to France. Front row, L. to R.: Secty. Daniels, Ambassador Jusserand, Capt. Sainte Seine; Back row, L. to R.: Adm. Wilson, Rear Adm. Niblack, Rear Adm. McKean, Com. Foote

Paris. The "doughboy" found himself in the Place de la Bastille gazing at the great Colonne de Juillet, which is in bronze over 150 feet high and built from 1831 to 1840 by Alavoine and Duc. The pedestal bears the dates 27, 28 and 29th of July. On the column is inscribed the names of 615 persons who took part in the street fighting on those days and whose remains lie in the vaults underground. The statue the "Genius of Liberty," in guilt bronze, crowns the summit

Various subjects of archaeological interest. Roman & Christian bronze lamps.

Various subjects of archaeological interest. A Canaanitish winepress at Ain Karem. Natives with middle bronze jars.

Various subjects of archaeological interest. A Canaanitish winepress at Ain Karem. Natives with middle bronze jars. Matt. 21:33. "hedged it round about and digged a winepress".

Various subjects of archaeological interest. Pottery virgin lamps. Matt 25:1. From early & middle bronze period; [Another view of pottery virgin lamps].

Mrs. R.E. Jacobs of Wash. with Gen. John A. Lejeune, Commandant of U.S. Marine Corps. Bronze tablet (on wall) given by Mrs. Jacobs to the Marine Corps "In Memory of those in the U.S. Marine Corps who gave their lives to their country in the World War. Erected by the mother of one of them, Charles Addisson Rhett Jacobs"

A bronze memorial tablet to G.H. Powell was presented to Dept. of Agric. Secy. Wallace, A.B. Powell, and Secy. Hoover

General John J. Pershing joined with members of the Service Star Legion in paying homage to the World War dead at Arlington National Cemetery before the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Tuesday afternoon, May 26th. Mrs. Henry F. Baker of Hyde, Md., placed a bronze insignia of the Order in the Trophy Room of the Amphitheatre. The picture shows Mrs. Florence M. Thorpe of Lynn, Mass. laying the insignia upon the tomb. General Pershing is [...] directly behind Mrs. Thorpe. At the General's left is [...] Baker, then Mrs. [Max?] Mayer of Des Moines, Iowa and General [...] T. Hines, Director of the Veterans Bureau

Bronze lion at base of Nelson Monument, London, Eng.

Closing the doors of Congress! The 69th Congress came to a close Saturday afternoon July 3rd. Bert W. Kennedy (right) doorkeeper of the House and J.G. Rodgers, Sergeant at Arms of the House close their big bronze doors

Washington Phonograph Co. Bronze tablet

Statues and sculpture. Thomas Jefferson, full figure bronze, in rotunda of Capitol

George Washington University. Bronze statue of George Washington I

George Washington University. Bronze statue of George Washington II

[Bronze bust: George Washington par David D'Angers]

Nation's notables honored in stone and in bronze at Capitol / Underwood & Underwood, Washington.

Drinking fountains are provided at engineering projects and recreational parks for visitors' convenience. This one was donated by the labor unions associated in the Tennessee Valley Workers' Council as a memorial to a labor relations official of the Authority after his death. The bronze dedication placque carries the favorite stanza of the deceased which reads as follows: "Mourn not the dead who in the cool earth lie, Dust unto dust, The calm sweet earth that mothers all who die, As all men must, But rather mourn the apathetic throng, The cowed and the meek, Who know the world's great anguish and its wrong, And dare not speak."

Bronze tablet dedicated to famous marine. Tribute was paid to Maj. Gen. George Barnett, late Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps during the World War, when this bronze tablet was unveiled at the Washington Cathedral in Washington yesterday. Maj. Gen. John H. Russell, commandant of the Marines made the dedication address, 6/9/34

Egypt. River scenes. The Nile. Kasr-en-Nile. The large bronze lions next to the tower

Edward M.M. Warburg, 37 Beekman Pl., New York City. Bronze, front view

Edward M.M. Warburg, 37 Beekman Pl., New York City. Bronze, rear view

[Book page showing Bronze medal presented at the 13th Physiological Congress, Boston, 1929: William Beaumont, AD 1785-1853]

Byblos: Jebeil. Byblos. Sceptre of the King. From excavations ; mirror, bronze

"Father of modern airconditioning" honored. Washington, D.C. Oct. 8. A bronze bust of Lord Kelvin of Largs, nineteenth century scientist who formulated the laws of thermodynamics, was presented to the Smithsonian Institution today by officials of the English-speaking [...] Lord Kelvin is credited with being the "father of modern refrigeration and airconditioning". In the photograph, Dr. C.G. Abbot, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, is shown accepting the bust from V.A.L. Mallet, counselor of the British Embassy who made the presentation on behalf of the English-Speaking Union

Sudan. Khartoum. Bronze monument of General Gordon on camel-back on a main cross-way

D.A.R. honors Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook. Washington, D.C., April 17. A bronze tablet inscribed with the preamble to the Constitution was unveiled at the D.A.R. Constitution Hall in honor of Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, of Cooksburg, Pa. Mrs. Cook was President General of the D.A.R. from 1925 to 1926 and is now honorary President General. The Hall was built during her administration. Left to right at the unveiling are: Mrs. William A. Becker; President General who accepted the tablet; and Mrs. Harper D. Sheppard of Pa., who unveiled the memorial, 4/17/1937

[Bronze doors for the east portico of the Senate wing of the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Bronze vestibule doors from vestibule

Tank manufacture (Chrysler). Efficient control of the 75 mm field guns with which M-3 tanks are equipped is assured by these careful workers. They are finishing the boring bronze bushing for the gun mount. They are only two of the 10,000 skilled workers turning out these twenty-eight ton land battleships at the huge Chrysler tank arsenal in Detroit

National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Bronze south entrance doors

A Detroit manufacturer of aircraft engines is seeking automatic screw machine facilities for the manufacture of ninety-six items of steel and bronze aircraft engine hardware in quantities from fourteen thousand to two-hundred thousand and in diameters from one-quarter to one and one-half inches. Three of the items are illustrated. Top left, bolt; top right, retainer; bottom, cylinder head stud

Bofors forty-millimeter mounts. The machine of bronze rings gears for the production of Bofors forty-millimeter anti-aircraft guns mounts and carriages at a large Midwest rubber factory involves skilled precision operations. Here an expert workman is making the final cut on a vertical turret lathe. When this operation is complete, the bronze ring will be moved to the gear for the concluding operation

Buffalo head. Symbols of a glorious past join the scrap for freedom. This giant buffalo head is being disposed of as scrap to aid the war effort. The Union Pacific Railroad has notified the Industrial Salvage Section of the War Production (WPB) Board Bureau of Industrial Conservation. It was erected on the road's Missouri River Bridge in 1888 to symbolize the wildness of the Western plains. The weight of the copper bronze buffalo head is estimated to be 2400 pounds, not including 1000 pounds of steel in the framework. It is seven feet six inches high, six feet wide and four feet nine inches thick

Poplular tourist attraction: Indian wishing well, and "Hail to the Sunrise" bronze Indian. At Mowhawk Trail, Massachusetts

A little girl clinging to the bronze statue of an Indian on the Mohawk Trail in Massachusetts

A Detroit manufacturer of air craft engines is seeking automatic screw machine facilities for the manufacture of ninety-six items of steel and bronze air craft engine hardware in quantities from fourteen thousand to two-hundred thousand and in diameters from one-quarter inch to one and one-half inches. Three of the items are illustrated. Left, oil relief valve cap; right, cap nut

Shenandoah Valley. Mr. McGahey pointing out the bronze tablet marking the site where arms were manufactured for the Confederacy

Children crowded up on the feet of "Hail to the Sunrise" bronze Indian to have their pictures taken. Mohawk Trail, Massachusetts

This plaque, bearing a design showing a plow, anchor and steam hammer, symbolizing the agriculture, commerce and manufacturing of the east, is being disposed of as scrap to aid the war effort. The Union Pacific Railroad has notified the Industrial Salvage Section of the War Production Board (WPB) Bureau of Industrial Conservation. It was erected on the road's Missouri River Bridge in 1888. The weight of the plaque is estimated at 1000 pounds of bronze and steel, including frame supports. It is five feet high, six feet wide and four inches thick

Substitutes. Composition clock cases. New clock conserves critical metals. Two-bit model (right) produced by Gilbert Clock Corporation, compared with metal-case model which sold under the same guarantee. Saves brass, aluminum, phosphor, bronze and steel --and eases the transportation problem by reducing the weight 47 1/2 percent

Production. Ship propellers, etc. A massive ship propeller of manganese bronze is calibrated for later machine operations. The huge war production plant in which it was made is also turning out tanks and locomotives. Baldwin Locomotive Works

Washington, D.C. The bronze sundial in Meridian Hill Park

Conversion. Food machinery plant. In the background is a cube steak machine, normal product of a New England plant now doing work on various war subcontracts. In the foreground are twenty-four items typical of those this plant has been doing to turn out for the war effort after certain retooling and conversion work had been done on its machinery. These changes are necessarily simple, for this company is still filling army and navy orders for the cube steak machine. Including among the twenty-four items are aluminum crankcases, steel spouts for anti-tank guns, bronze flanges, nuts and various screw machine parts. Cube Steak Machines Company, Boston, Massachusetts

A bronze collar is fitted on a shell for the Army in a converted automobile plant. Much of the production machinery was switched to the new work with little change, some was changed more radically and some new machinery was installed. Oldsmobile, Lansing, Michigan

Production. Ship propellers, etc. Balancing a giant ship propeller is a difficult job that must be done accurately. Two workmen, their eyes protected by goggles, chip away areas of the manganese bronze blades so that the power of the ship may be put to work efficiently. Baldwin Locomotive Works

Southington, Connecticut. Bronze relief for Rochambeau

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