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Women's Bureau, copy of poster

Sgt. Sam Gluckman, of 6th Marines, with Col. Chas R. Forbes at the Veterans Bureau

Women's Bureau

Weather Bureau, 8/22/22

Veteran's Bureau Chiefs in session, [9/19/22]

Impatient. Rear Admiral Emory S. Land, Chief of the Navy Department's Bureau of Construction and Repair, told the House Naval Affairs Committee that he was "reasonably satisfied with the progress of naval construction, but impatient to get on with the program." The Congress authorized the building of the navy to treaty strength last year, but funds are NOT available to handle the program, 1/22/35

Women's Bureau

Major Wm. Wof. Smith, appt. General Counsel of the U.S. Veteran's Bureau, succeeding C.F. Cramer

Garland Carr (center) arrested for trying to blow up Veterans Bureau, 6/21/22

[Dr. Frank Quillin, Chief of the employment service of the U.S. Veterans Bureau. Washington, D.C.]

Bureau of Miners, Christmas tree, 12/22/22

Women's Bureau

Women's Bureau

Women's Bureau

Women's Bureau, 1922

Dept. of Agric., first device to accurately measure a loaf of bread in cubic centimeters has been prefected by Bureau of Agricultural Economics

Women's Bureau

Women's Bureau

Girls from U.S. Veterans Bureau who handle the thousands of cases growing out of the war. At White House reception for disabled veterans of the World War. Col. Forbes in center

Veteran's Bureau conf., 1/22/23

Louis A. Hill, new Director of the Bureau of Engraving and printing, at his desk

Women's Bureau

Board of visitors, Bureau of Standards, [3/19/23]

[...] Gov. of the [...] Bureau of [...] Investigation

Senate Com. investigating Veteran's Bureau, [10/22/23]

[Group outside U.S. Weather bureau kiosk]

Children's Bureau, [11/28/23]

Maj. Omar W. Clark, new Assistant Director of Veterans Bureau

Bureau from Monument

Mrs. Mary Anderson, director Women's Bureau Labor Dept. with Secy. of Labor Davis at White House

Bureau Eng. & Ptg.

Bureau of Standards fire, [9/20/23]

Children's Bureau, [11/28/23]

Bureau Eng. & Ptg.

Col. T.J. Ijams, at his desk in U.S. Veterans Bureau, been promoted from chief of the district organization to the post of executive officer

Bureau Eng. & Ptg.

Louise Stanley, [...] of Bureau of House Economics, Dept. of Agriculture Nature of Nashville, Tenn.

J.F. Hand of Weather Bureau

[Senator E.F. Ladd, of North Dakota, and W.G. Campbell, chief of the Bureau of Chemistry, in a laboratory]

Bureau Eng. & Ptg.

Launch of Bureau of Fishing, [6/1/23]

Director Charles R. Forbes, of the U.S. veterans Bureau holding a conference with his staff

Test car, Bureau of Standards, 3/26/23

Miss Ruth Clark, Exhibit Asst. in the U.S. Childrens Bureau

Children's Bureau, [11/28/23]

Children's Bureau, [11/28/23]

Veterans Bureau D[...]

Ms. Anna I. Grosser with famous "Baby Thermometer" of the U.S. Childrens Bureau

Mailing room, Veteran's Bureau

J.F. Hand of Weather Bureau

Gen. Frank T. Hines, Chief Veterans Bureau

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation

Miss Mary E. Barnes, Supervisor of operations and Major F.A. Awl, Chief of Mails Section, U.S. Veterans Bureau ...

Every state is represented in this group of girls selected from the employees of U.S. Veterans Bureau, to assist Mrs. Coolidge at the garden party which she will give on June 5, for the disabled veterans from hospitals in and near Wash. Gen. Frank T. Hines, Director of the Bureau posed with the girls

Pres. Coolidge signing the $6,800,000 Hospitalization Bill during the Garden Party, June 5, at the W.H. [i.e., White House] for disabled service men. The Bill was proposed by the Veterans Bureau

Weather Bureau, printing weather maps

Weather Bureau, inflating a pilot-baloon before a flight

Miss Mary Bradley, Junior Hematologist of the Bureau of Plant Industry, Dept. of Agric., with a new invention of the Bureau with which parasites can be seperated from the soil

Lt. Col. A.F. Awl, Head of the Mail Sub-division of U.S. Veterans Bureau, who handles daily nearly 100,000 pieces of mail written in 41 different languages

Farm Bureau Group

Prof. Chas. F. Marvin, Chief of U.S. Weather Bureau, with recording mercurial barograph, an instrument made and perfected by the bureau under his supervision, measuring on a magnified scale the fluctuations in the pressure of the air

Prof. Chas. F. Marvin, Chief of U.S. Weather Bureau, with recording mercurial barograph, an instrument made and perfected by the bureau under his supervision, measuring on a magnified scale the fluctuations in the pressure of the air

Bonus Bureau, Mail Divison 11/24/24

Weather Bureau, map force charting weather reports

Dr. D.C. Bardwell, of the Research Lab. of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, collecting gaseous radium emanation. The radium is in the little safe at the right. Collections are made at intervals of from 4 to 10 days. The gas is drawn off under vacuum and purified by a liquid air refrigeration. The purified gas, very small in volume but powerful in its action is used in the study of gas reactions. The work is under the direct supervision of Dr. S.C. Lind, chief chemist of ther Bureau of Mines

A.W. Gregg of the Bureau of Internal Revenue

Weather Bureau, measuring rainfall

Dr. George K. Burgess of Bureau of Standards

Bonus Bureau, Examining Division, 11/24/24

Bonus Bureau, Authentication Machine, 11/24/24

Setting the clocks hands by radio. U.S. Dunmore Bureau of Standards who adopted clock to radio control

Pres. Coolidge [...] 4 day meeting of the Amer. Red Cross, Monday morning, Oct. 6, from 800-1,000 Delegates. L. to r.: Gen. Frank T. Hines; director of the wts. Bureau, Eliot Wadsworth; Secy. of Commerce, Herbert Hoover; Pres. Coolidge; John Barton Payne, Pres. of the Red Cross, C. Grew, Under Secy. of State

Dr. D.C. Bardwell, of the Research Lab. of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, collecting gaseous radium emanation. The radium is in the little safe at the right. Collections are made at intervals of from 4 to 10 days. The gas is drawn off under vacuum and purified by a liquid air refrigeration. The purified gas, very small in volume but powerful in its action is used in the study of gas reactions. The work is under the direct supervision of Dr. S.C. Lind, chief chemist of ther Bureau of Mines

Bonus Bureau, Fingerprint Division, 11/24/24

Bonus Bureau, Personnel Records Division, 11/24/24

Bonus Bureau, Computing Divison, 11/24/24

Weather Bureau, Prof. Marvin, Sec. Gore with barograph

Weather Bureau, map force charting weather reports

Miss Mary Bradley, Junior Hematologist of the Bureau of Plant Industry, Dept. of Agric., with a new invention of the Bureau with which parasites can be seperated from the soil

The yardstick is being applied to the measuring of radio waves by means of parallel device of galvanometer, the radio laboratory of the Bureau of Standards has succeeded in measuring very short radio waves, only ten meters in length

Weather Bureau, Sec. Gore and Prof. Marvin, map of bu. stations

President Coolidge signing appropriation bills for the Veterans Bureau on the south lawn during the garden party for wounded veterans

Miss Frances Densmore, expert in Indian music, who has been added to the staff of the Nat'l Museum at Wash., she was formerly connected with the Amer. Bureau of Ethnology, the Smithsonian. She is now in charge of the unique collection of musical instruments gathered from all lands and located in the Museum. Here shows with 2 of the oldest musical instruments of the Indians, an old violin and a horn made from elephant tusk

Prof. C.F. Marvin, Chief of Weather Bureau

Every state is represented in this group of girls selected from the employees of U.S. Veterans Bureau, to assist Mrs. Coolidge at the garden party which she will give on June 5, for the disabled veterans from hospitals in and near Wash. Gen. Frank T. Hines, Director of the Bureau posed with the girls

Weather Bureau, meteorograph to see how fast the wind is blowing

Weather Bureau, B.C. Kadel, Chief of Instrument Div. testing a household thermometer

Dr. George K. Burgess of Bureau of Standards

Weather Bureau, E.B. Calvert, Chief, Forecast Div.

Maj. Gen. C.C. Hammond, Chief of Militia Bureau, [3/16/25]

Major E.W. "Tim", Jordon, Infantry Reserve, now stationed in San Francisco, with the Veterans Bureau travel[...] across the continent to Camp Meade, Md., to join the training camp of his regiment, the 317th Infantry During the war he was with the 312th Machine Gun Battalion. He was formerly [...]cretary of the Washington Baseball Team

Committee on transfer of Bureau of Mines to Dept. of Commerce, [8/5/25]

In spotlight at House Aircraft Hearing. Rear Admiral Shoemaker, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, U.S. Navy as he appeared before the House Special Aircraft Committee on February, 14th. Admiral Shoemaker absolutely denied the charges that he "bluepenciled" a statement to be issued under General Pershing's signature, in order to give the American public an erroneous idea of the air bombing tests held off the coasts some months ago against former German battleships

J.G. Mitchell of Iowa Farm Bureau, [10/29/25]

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

Gen. Frier tries out chlorine gas chamber at Vet. Bureau, [3/16/25]

[Kiosk: U.S. Weather Bureau, Department of Agriculture]

Is marble elastic, you inquire? Yes, tests that the Bureau of Standards show that a specimen of marble when subjected to great pressure stretches or gives a certain degree without breaking. This photograph shows D.W. Keesler conducting the so-called flexture test with a machine while was designed for the purpose

Oh Gosh! Temperature made to order for our homes; factory operated farms; letters sent and received by radio; aircraft guided through fog and darkness by an invisible radio wave; and motion pictures by radio in our homes. These are among the wonders of science of tomorrow as foreshadowed by Henry D. Hubbard, secretary of the United States Bureau of Standards

Alice Paul - named advisor to U.S. Woman's Bureau