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[Interior view of the Crystal Palace during the Great Industrial Exhibition of 1851 showing statues on the sides, fountain at center with a large tree in the background, and crowds of spectators]

Crystal palace London Regent Street

Crystal Palace, London

Scene on the Yuba River, near Crystal Lake, Placer County

Crystal Lake House, near Cisco. Central Pacific Railroad

Polley's Station, Crystal Lake-- Dutch Flat and Donner Lake Wagon Road

Cement Ridge, near Crystal Lake, on the Central Pacific Railroad - Old Man Mountain in the distance

Black Butte, from the Crystal Lake House - Placer County

Crystal Lake - From Hieroglyphic Rocks - Placer County

View on Crystal Lake-- Dutch Flat and Donner Lake Wagon Road

Falls on the Yuba River, near Crystal Lake - Central Pacific Railroad

Yuba River, near Crystal Lake. Central Pacific Railroad

Crystal Lake--Breaking up the Ice

Crystal Falls, Cascade Creek, 84 Feet

The Crystal Fount

Miss Crystal Eastman

Crystal cascade, Pinkham Notch, White Mountains

Boy Scouts on way to Crystal Palace; Marching, on horseback, in formation

The Palace of Arabian Nights, #9 - the descent in the Crystal Grotto

Present System Is Unjust; New Employers' Liability Laws Explained by Crystal Eastman; page 2

Mrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict

Present System Is Unjust; New Employers' Liability Laws Explained by Crystal Eastman; page 3

Present System Is Unjust; New Employers' Liability Laws Explained by Crystal Eastman

Workmen's Compensation versus Employer's Liability; An Address By Crystal Eastman

Festival of Empire, Crystal Palace, 1911; Canadian Parliament House

Mrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict of New York is a member of the Executive Committee of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Mrs. Benedict is a graduate of Vassar College and of the New York Law University. She was secretary of the New York State Commission which investigated the employers’ liability question, and she was formerly investigator for the Russell Sage Foundation. She is the sister of Max Eastman, editor of the Masses.

Crystal Lake, Wis.

Men of the Crystal Lake Fire Dept.

Crystal Eastman, Amos Pinchot

Crystal Glass Casket Co., exterior

Crystal Glass Casket Co., interior

Glacier National Park - Crystal Point

Greek treasures in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The Crystal tiara. A crusader relic bound in gold and jewels; [Another view of the crystal tiara]

Glen Echo amusement park. Sliding board, Crystal Pool, Glen Echo

Crystal ball. 1936 reflecting in crystal ball

Crystal ball. 1936 reflecting in crystal ball

The forest of Crystal Falls school. Michigan

Man driving horse in home-adapted carriage. Crystal Falls, Michigan

Crystal Palace Saloon, Tombstone, Arizona. Original bar of "Helldorado"

Mexican mother with child with impetigo. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican with pigeon. The Mexicans are great lovers of birds. Crystal City, Texas

Front of cafe, Crystal City, Texas

Old Mexican house. Crystal City, Texas

Backyard privies of Mexicans. Crystal City, Texas

Blind Mexican woman. Crystal City, Texas

Calendar and menu. Restaurant, Crystal City, Texas

Mexican child in bed. Note dirt floor. Crystal City, Texas

Pile of springs from automobile seats, Crystal City, Texas. The Mexicans use these to make fences, chicken coops, etc.

Old man living alone in quarters furnished by the town. He also receives sustenance from town. He is an old-time trail driver. Crystal City, Texas

Guard for pit fire made out of fender of automobile, Crystal City, Texas, Mexican section

Old resident of Crystal City, Texas now living on town relief. He was an oldtime trail driver

Mexican tubercular patient in home. Crystal City, Texas

Typical Mexican house. Crystal City, Texas

Herd of cattle at water hold near Crystal City, Texas

Signs in front of highway tavern. Crystal City, Texas

Typical Mexican house. Crystal City, Texas

Tubercular Mexican in bed at home. Crystal City, Texas. Windows are tightly closed

Residents of Crystal City, Texas sitting on steps of store

Mexican privy, Crystal City, Texas

Chicken house made of flattened-out automobile parts. Crystal City, Texas. Mexican section

Old man living alone in quarters furnished by the town. He also receives sustenance from town. He is an old-time trail driver. Crystal City, Texas

Tubercular Mexican in bed. Crystal City, Texas

"Rancho Chico," home of Mexican day laborer. Near Crystal City, Texas

Abandoned automobile and wrecked house. Crystal City, Texas. Mexican section

Texas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

After much persuasion by local physician, this small shed was constructed to house tuberculosis patient. This was the first time in this section that a tuberculosis patient had been isolated from his family. Crystal City, Texas. Mexican settlement

Mexican child in corner of room with dirt floor. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican mother and child in their home. Note flies which are prevalent in all these Mexican homes. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican mother in crowded home. Notice the covered windows. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican mother covering sleeping child. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican girl in home. Crystal City, Texas

Corner of kitchen in Mexican home. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican child. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican woman with advanced case of arthritis. Crystal City, Texas. She has been confined to her bed for several years

Young Mexican mother and baby. Crystal City, Texas

Detail of Mexican house made of sticks and mud. Corn grinder is on post in front. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican child. Crystal City, Texas

House of Mexican day laborer. Crystal City, Texas

Herd of cattle at feeding trough near Crystal City, Texas

Aged Mexican woman. Crystal City, Texas

Texas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Mexican with his two fighting cocks, Crystal City, Texas

Mexican child in bed. The baby has impetigo. Crystal City, Texas

Residents of Crystal City, Texas, talking in front of grocery store

Monument erected to Popeye, Crystal City, Texas. This is in the spinach growing center

Mexican mother with under-nourished baby. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican woman in bedroom. Notice the dirt floor. Crystal City, Texas

Fascism and Uncle Sam sign on box car, Crystal City, Texas

Texas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Shrine in Mexican home. Crystal City, Texas

Sign on milk wagon, Crystal City, Texas

Mexican baby with impetigo. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican with advanced tuberculosis near Crystal City, Texas

Mexican boy with goat, Crystal City, Texas

Mexican woman setting clock. Crystal City, Texas

Sign in front of icehouse, Crystal City, Texas

Mexican with advanced case of tuberculosis. He was in bed at home with other members of the family sleeping and living in the same room. Crystal City, Texas

Herd of cattle at feeding trough near Crystal City, Texas

House of Mexican worker. Crystal City, Texas

Mexican baby. This child is suffering from malnutrition. Notice the legs and arms. Crystal City, Texas

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