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Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, March 14, 1789, Fragment; in Code

Thomas Jefferson to Unknown, 1792, Code Fragment

The code of Terpsichore : the art of dancing, comprising its theory and practice, and a history of its rise and progress, from the earliest times ... /

The new code of chivalry or what we would have done. As approved by "The American:" For 1838

City charter. As the president of the United States has designed Monday, the 15th instant, as the day for taking the sense of the people of Washington for or against the new code, and as there is another question on which the people of Washingto

An apparatus by means of which suicides can get the better of the "penal code" / F. Graetz.

The custom-house code of morals under our beautiful tariff system / F. Opper.

Electric code machine

United States Code: Code of Laws of United States and Supplements; District of Columbia Code and Supplements, 1 U.S.C. §§ 51-59 (Suppl. 6 1925)

United States Code: Code of Laws of United States and Supplements; District of Columbia Code and Supplements, 1 U.S.C. §§ 51-59 (Suppl. 7 1925)

United States Code: Table of Titles and Cross References Under Which the Statutes Contained in this Code are Classified (1925)

United States Code: Code of Laws of United States and Supplements; District of Columbia Code and Supplements, 1 U.S.C. §§ 51-59 (Suppl. 2 1925)

United States Code: Code of Laws of United States and Supplements; District of Columbia Code and Supplements, 1 U.S.C. §§ 51-59 (Suppl. 5 1925)

United States Code: Code of Laws of United States and Supplements; District of Columbia Code and Supplements, 1 U.S.C. §§ 51-59 (Suppl. 4 1925)

United States Code: Parallel Reference Table Showing Comparison of Sections of Titles 26 and 12 (in part) of the United States Code and of this Code, 26a U.S.C. (Suppl. 5 1925)

Feminists telephone the Hague to determine their status in proposed World Code. The National Woman's Party in Washington was all agog today as Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley telephoned Miss Doris Stevens, chairman of the InterAmerican Commission of Women at the Haugue, to ascertain whether the World Code now being drawn up by the Codification Conference of International Law will be based on sex discrimination. In the photograph, left to right: Miss Anita Pollitzer of South Carolina; Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley; Miss Alice Paul; and Miss Elsie Hill of Connecticut

National Association Women Lawyers see President Hoover through four representatives, asking for United States Plenipotentiaries to the Hague to vote for a World Code of equality between men and women. Left to right, front row: Mrs. Olive Stott Gabriel, President, Mrs. James Garfield Riley, Dean Washington College of Law, Miss Laura Berrien, and Mrs. Bernita Shelton Matthews, Vice President of the Association [State, War and Navy Building, Washington, D.C.]

United States Code: Code of Laws of United States and Supplements; District of Columbia Code and Supplements, 1 U.S.C. §§ 51-60 (1934)

United States Code: Table of Titles and Cross References Under Which the Statutes Contained in this Code are Classified (1934)

Twenty-two million workers concerned as Green listens. A.C. Wharton, president of the International Association of Machinists, left, addresses the NRA hearing on code employment provisions. William Green, president of the A.F. of L. listens. The NRA hearing was held to guide the administration in the event the NRA is continued without revision. 1/30/35

Baltimore, MD. For every Social Security Account Number issued an "emploee master card" is made in the Social Security Board Records Office. Identifying data, given on the application blank , Form SC-5[?], is transferred to this master card in the form of up-ended quadrangular holes, punched by key punch machines, which have a key card like a typewriter. Each key struck by an operator causes a [...] to be punched into the card. The position of a hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. From this master card is made an acturial card, to be used later in statistical purposes. The master card also is used in other machines which sort them numerically, according to account numbers alphabetically according to the name code, translate the holes into numbers and letters, and print the data on individual ledger sheets, indexes, registry of accounts, and other uses. It is kept as a permanent record. The photograph above shows at work a part of the key machine section, where master cards are punched.

Baltimore, Md. For every social security account number issued an "employee master card" is made in the Social Security board records office. Testifying data, given on the application blank, form ss-5 is transferred to this master card in the form of up ended quadrangular holes, punched by key punch machines, which have a keyboard like a typewriter. Each key struck by an operator causes a hole to be punched in the card. The position of a hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. The position of the hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. From this master card is made an actuarial card, to be used later for statistical purposes. The master card also is used in other machines which sort them numerically, according to account numbers, alphabetically according to the name code, translate the holes into numbers and letters, and print the data on individual ledger sheets, indexes, registry of accounts and other uses. The photograph above shows a records office worker punching master cards on a key punch machine

Baltimore, Md. For every social security account number issued an "employee master card" is made in the Social Security Board Records Office. Testifying data, given on the application blank, form ss-5 is transferred to this master card in the form of up ended quadrangular holes, punched by key punch machines, which have a keyboard like a typewriter. Each key struck by an operator causes a hole to be punched in the card. The position of a hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. The position of the hole determines the letter or number other machines will reproduce from the master card. From this master card is made an actuarial card, to be used later for statistical purposes. The master card also is used in other machines which sort them numerically, according to account numbers, alphabetically according to the name code, translate the holes into numbers and letters, and print the data on individual ledger sheets, indexes, registry of accounts and other uses. The photograph above shows a records office worker punching master cards on a key punch machine

Baltimore, MD. Strange as it may seem, many persons misspell or change the spelling of their names, from time to time. To forestall the difficulties which would ensue when Baer subsequently spelled his name Bear, the Social Security Board Records Office has set up several varieties of indexes for reference and to insure accuracy. One of these is the alphabetic code index. This is printed on flexible strips, each just wide enough for one line of type. They are printed automatically from the employee master card. The strips are in partially perforated rolls when they first are printed, as shown in the above photograph taken in the Records Office. The perforations allow strips to be separated at any point so that, for example, Abraham Abel's name may be inserted in proper alphabetic sequence between Aaron Abel and Adam Abel

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Materials, 46 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Construction, 46 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Bituminous Coal Code, 30 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Federal Range Code, The, 43 C.F.R. (1938)

Section 51 of U.S. Criminal Code at Justice Dept. St. Louis Post Dispatch

Code of Federal Regulations: Presidential Proclamations Included Or Cited In The Code Of Federal Regulations, Classified By Number And Date, 3 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Boiler Plate; Boilers And Attachments, 46 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Federal Range Code, The, 43 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Executive Orders Included Or Cited In The Code Of Federal Regulations, Classified By Number And Date, 3 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Presidential Proclamation And Executive Orders Included Or Cited In The Code Of Federal Regulations, Classified By Title And Chapter, 3 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Installation, 46 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: General Provisions, 46 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Supplementary Data And Requirements, 46 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Construction, 46 C.F.R. (1939)

Jimmie Liebl, salesman, shouts code message to bookkeeper in back after a sale of lobsters is made (Eastern Commission Co.) / World Telegram & Sun photo by Edward Lynch.

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Inspection, 46 C.F.R. (1939)

Code of Federal Regulations: Marketing Rules And Regulations Incidental To The Sale And Distribution Of Coal Within The Domestic Market By Code Members Within District Nos. 1-20, 22 And 23, 30 C.F.R. (1939)

Code of Federal Regulations: Reports; Code Members And Distributors, 30 C.F.R. (1939)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Materials, 46 C.F.R. (1939)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Piping Systems, 46 C.F.R. (1939)

Route 501. One mile north of Bethel Hill High School, Person County. Map code: Person 17.

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Fusion Welding, 46 C.F.R. (1939)

Code of Federal Regulations: Excess-profits Tax Imposed By Subchapter B Of Chapter 2 Of The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1939)

Code of Federal Regulations: Federal Range Code, The, 43 C.F.R. (1939)

Code of Federal Regulations: Income Tax Under The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Marketing Rules And Regulations Incidental To The Sale And Distribution Of Coal By Code Members Within All Districts, 30 C.F.R. (1940)

Signal code at gold mine. Mogollon, New Mexico

United States Code: Code of Laws of United States and Supplements; District of Columbia Code and Supplements, 1 U.S.C. §§ 51-60 (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Excess-profits Tax Imposed By Subchapter B Of Chapter 2 Of The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Materials, 46 C.F.R. (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Record Books, Archives, And Codes, 22 C.F.R. (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Reports; Code Members And Distributors, 30 C.F.R. (1940)

United States Code: The Code of Laws of the United States of America (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Bituminous Coal Code, 30 C.F.R. (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Federal Range Code, 43 C.F.R. (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Inspection, 46 C.F.R. (1940)

Code of Federal Regulations: Federal Range Code, The, 43 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Materials, 46 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Supplementary Data And Requirements, 46 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Piping Systems, 46 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Marketing Rules And Regulations Incidental To The Sale And Distribution Of Coal Within The Domestic Market By Code Members Within Districts Nos. 1-20, 22 And 23, 30 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Inspection, 46 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Reports: Code Members And Distributors, 30 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: General Provisions, 46 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Boiler Code: Fusion Welding, 46 C.F.R. (1941)

Washington, D.C. Preparing the defense bond sales photomural, to be installed in the Grand Central terminal, New York, in the visual unit of the Farm Security Adnministration. Packing finished print strips for one unit, keyed by code according to the dummy, for future assembly

Code of Federal Regulations: Income Tax Under The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Declared Value Excess-profits Tax Imposed By Subchapter B Of Chapter 2 Of The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1941)

Washington, D.C. Preparing the defense bond sales photomural, to be installed in the Grand Central terminal, New York, in the visual unit of the Farm Security Administration. Packing finished print strips for one unit, keyed by code according to the dummy, for future assembly

New York, New York. Radio room of the New York Times newspaper. The Times listening post, between 10 and 12 PM, between first and second editions. The operator is listening to Axis news (propaganda) broadcast. Paper in foreground has been previously examined to see what has already been covered in last edition of paper. Operator reports and new angles to city editor. Messages are recorded on tape in international Morse code

New York, New York. Radio room of the New York Times newspaper. The Times listening post, between 10 and 12 PM, between first and second editions. The operator is listening to Axis news (propaganda) broadcast. Paper in foreground has been previously examined to see what has already been covered in last edition of paper. Operator reports any new angles to city editor. Messages are recorded in tape in international Morse code

New York, New York. Radio room of the New York Times newspaper. Times news passed by naval censor (see stamps on paper) is sent out twice daily by the Times' own short wave radio transmitter in international Morse code, and received by ships

New York, New York. Radio room of the New York Times newspaper. Tape on which messages have been recorded in international Morse code piles up on floor

Great Falls, Montana. Furnace refinery of Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Every cast wire bar is stamped with an identification code which gives the date, shift, and the batch from which it was cast

New York, New York. Radio room of the New York Times newspaper. The Times listening post, between 10 and 12 PM, between first and second editions. The operator is listening to Axis news (propaganda) broadcast. Paper in foreground has been previously examined to see what has already been covered in last edition of paper. Operator reports any new angles to city editor. Messages are recorded in tape in international Morse code

High school Victory Corps. Invading a field previously almost exclusively masculine, this girl at Polytechnic High School, Los Angeles, California, takes her radio and code instruction seriously

Victory Corps, tomorrow's defenders of liberty. Boys of pre-induction age train diligently in preparation for possible duty with the armed services. Technical skill in radio and code, taught to members of the Polytechnic High School Victory Corps at Los Angeles, California, will be important both in the armed forces and in civilian life

High school Victory Corps. Right in the swing of the war program is the radio and code class taught at Polytechnic High School, Los Angeles, California

Code of Federal Regulations: Regulations Under Section 3804 Of The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1943)

Code of Federal Regulations: Offers Of Compromise Under Section 194, Title 31, United States Code, 31 C.F.R. (1943)

Code of Federal Regulations: Gift Tax Under Chapter 4 Of Internal Revenue Code, As Amended, 26 C.F.R. (1943)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Filing code stencil cards at the W. Atlee Burpee Company, seed dealers

Greenville(?), South Carolina. Air Service Command. Signal corps men of a service group studying, sending and receiving Morse code at a training center

Code of Federal Regulations: Federal Range Code, The, 43 C.F.R. (1943)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Punching code information on mailing stencils at the W. Atlee Burpee Company, seed dealers

Code of Federal Regulations: Regulations Under Section 3804 Of The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1943)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Punching code information on mailing stencils

After United Nation troops drove out the Germans and the Allied military government set up a new code of human liberty, Sicilians once again enjoyed their holidays without fear of Nazi reprisals

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Filing code stencil cards at the W. Atlas Burpee Company seed growers

Code of Federal Regulations: Employers' Tax, Employees' Tax, And Employee Representatives' Tax Under The Carriers Taxing Act Of 1937 And Subchapter B Of Chapter 9 Of The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1943)

Code of Federal Regulations: Record Books, Archives, And Codes, 22 C.F.R. (1943)

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Making code cards for the paychecks

Greenville, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Private George L. Cramer, learning to send and receive Morse code in the 1067th signal company of the 25th service group. Private Cramer is twenty-three years old and used to operate a crane in a steel mill in Beaver Falls, Pennslyvania

Code of Federal Regulations: Federal Range Code, The, 43 C.F.R. (1943)

Code of Federal Regulations: Consolidated Income Tax Returns Of Affiliated Corporations Prescribed Under Section 141 (b) Of The Internal Revenue Code As Amended, 26 C.F.R. (1943)

Code of Federal Regulations: Period Of Limitations In Case Of Related Taxes Under Chapter 1 And Chapter 2 Of The Internal Revenue Code, 26 C.F.R. (1944)

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