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[Cellular structure of cork plant and cells of a honeycomb, with cork plant branch below]

The cove of cork: Presented to the lady patrons of McGill & Strong's mirror of Ireland

Biographical memoir of the Hon. Mrs. Aldworth of New Market, County Cork ... The original published January 1st, 1811, by S. Kennedy, Patrick Street, Cork, Ireland. New York. Published by Bro. Thomas Toynbee, No. 32 John Street. [c. 1860].

[Patrick Street (i.e., St. Patrick Street), Cork. County Cork, Ireland]

[Queenstown Harbor. County Cork, Ireland]

[Sugar Loaf Mountain. Glengariff. County Cork, Ireland]

[Queenstown. County Cork, Ireland]

[Glengariff Harbor. County Cork, Ireland]

[Blackrock Castle. County Cork, Ireland]

[From Roches Royal Hotel, Glengariff Harbor. County Cork, Ireland]

[At Glengariff. County Cork, Ireland]

[Poul na Gurn, Glengariff Harbor. County Cork, Ireland]

[Cromwell's Bridge, Glengariff. County Cork, Ireland]

[Blarney Castle. County Cork, Ireland]

[Eccles Hotel, Glengariff. County Cork, Ireland]

[Bantry Bay. County Cork, Ireland]

[Tunnel near Glengariff. County Cork, Ireland]

[St. Finbar's Cathedral. County Cork, Ireland]

Cattle Fair, the great market day, N. on Main Street, Kanturk, County Cork, Ireland

Market day in Kanturk, country-men of County Cork, Ireland

An old Irish bag-pipe, once popular in the Emerald Isle - in a home in Cork, Ireland

Members of the "Pipers' Club" - fair young musicians of Cork, Ireland

The venders' harvest day - characteristic Irish market, Cork, Ireland

St. Patrick Street, the finest in Cork, Ireland

Grand Parade, Cork

Pull the cork out of Erin

Machines of Crown Cork & Seal Co. Machine IV

Machines of Crown Cork & Seal Co. Machine III

Machines of Crown Cork & Seal Co. Machine V

Machines of Crown Cork & Seal Co. Machine II

Miss Rosa D. Stone at Pan-Amer. bldg. holding a piece of Guayacan wood, 30'' in diameter which weighs 23 oz. while the Balsa wood with 402 sq. inches of surface weighs the same. Balsa is a recent importation from Latin Amer. and is used as substitute for cork. Already popular not only as filler for life-preservers but as stopper for the modern flask [Washington, D.C.]

A typical Irish street in Cork, Ireland

Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pennsylvania. New York City showroom I

Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pennsylvania. New York City showroom IV

Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pennsylvania. New York City showroom VII

Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pennsylvania. New York City showroom VI

Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pennsylvania. New York City showroom III

Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pennsylvania. New York City showroom V

Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin. Miss Eloise Gerry conducting experiments on cork substitutes made from American woods

Lititz, Pennsylvania, owner of the Pierson Motor Company, who has lost his business of selling cars. Repairs in his garage bring in enough to pay taxes and mechanics, so he had to get himself a defense job at the Armstrong Cork Company in Lancaster. He's an air raid warden and serves four hours a week as airplane spotter

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Irwin R. Steffy having his car gone over in the Pierson Motor Company garage. He uses it to go into Lancaster every day where he is doing a defense job at the Armstrong Cork Company; he shares a ride when hours permit. Before the war he worked for nine years for Spachts, the undertaker. Now he serves four hours a week as an airplane spotter at the nearby observation post

Lititz, Pennsylvania. Irwin R. Steffy having his car gone over in the Pierson Motor Company garage. He uses it to go into Lancaster every day where he is doing a defense job at the Armstrong Cork Company; he shares a ride when hours permit. Before the war he worked for nine years for Sprachts the undertaker. Now he serves four hours a week as an airplane spotter at the nearby observation post

Gloucester, Massachusetts. Cork rings that are tied to fishing nets to enable them to float

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Entrance foyer II

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Solid color section

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Palette group

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Entrance foyer I

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Side wall

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Display rack

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Long shot to back

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Long shot to front

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Long view through fixture

Armstrong Cork Co., Inc., 295 5th Ave., New York City. Entrance foyer III

Scarves by Vera, business at 417 5th Ave. Cork wall

Scarves by Vera, business at 417 5th Ave. Cork wall

Courtroom with cork floor, Federal Building, Anchorage, Alaska

Oil on the brain. Air: The cork leg. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y

The cove and harbour, County Cork Ireland

The cork leg and Oyster maid. Sold wholesale and retail, by L. Deming. No. 62, Hanover St. Boston, and Middlebury, Vt

Brooks's Canada song. Air- The Cork leg- From the Evening Post. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N.Y

Crown Cork & Bottling Company, 1501 Guilford Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Crown Cork & Bottling Company, 1501 Guilford Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Pop goes the cork

Pop goes the cork

Pop goes the cork

Pop goes the cork

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Cork Run Tunnel, Pittsburgh & Steubenville Railroad, from Chartiers Avenue Bridge heading 2371' west, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Judy O'Toole from Cork

Judy O'Toole from Cork

Judy O'Toole from Cork

Judy O'Toole from Cork

The cove and harbour, County Cork Ireland / drawn by J. Brenann 223 E. 40th St. & printed by J. Rau 381 Pearl St.

The cove and harbour, County Cork Ireland / drawn by J. Brenann 223 E. 40th St. & printed by J. Rau 381 Pearl St.

A versatile musical drama, burlesque, and spectacular and transformation ... entitled The world's champion American boy

A versatile musical drama, burlesque, and spectacular and transformation ... entitled The world's champion American boy

A versatile musical drama, burlesque, and spectacular and transformation ... entitled The world's champion American boy

A versatile musical drama, burlesque, and spectacular and transformation ... entitled The world's champion American boy

A versatile musical drama, burlesque, and spectacular and transformation ... entitled The world's champion American boy

A versatile musical drama, burlesque, and spectacular and transformation ... entitled The world's champion American boy

A versatile musical drama, burlesque, and spectacular and transformation ... entitled The world's champion American boy

A versatile musical drama, burlesque, and spectacular and transformation ... entitled The world's champion American boy