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Irish peg in a rage. Make good the damage you dog, or I'll cut away your parsnip

Massachusetts mutual fire insurance company for insuring buildings against damage by fire. This policy of insurance witnesseth, that ... Witness our hands and common seal, this day of in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninet

Proposals for insuring houses, buildings, stores, ships in harbour, and on the stocks, goods, wares, and merchandize, from loss or damage by fire ... Middletown, October 1, 1813.

Shell damage, Charleston, S.C.

U.S.S. Iowa, damage from Spanish fire in Battle of Santiago

U.S.S. Iowa, damage from Spanish fire in Battle of Santiago

U.S.S. Iowa, damage from Spanish fire and Battle of Santiago

U.S.S. Iowa, damage from Spanish fire in Battle of Santiago

Barclay's earthquake damage to walls

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

U.S.S. Iowa, damage from Spanish fire in Battle of Santiago

U.S.S. Iowa, damage from Spanish fire in Battle of Santiago

U.S.S. Texas, forward superstructure showing damage from Spanish 9-inch shell, Battle of Santiago

Ice-choked river and damage caused by ice, Bismark, N.D.

[Tex. - Galveston - Sacred Heart Church, Broadway & 13th St. - full view after hurricane and flood damage, Sept. 1900]

(March 1912) Damage done by London Suffragettes

[New York, NL & Philadelphia, NL players view fire damage, Polo Grounds

Damage by burst main, 129th St.

Damage by suffragettes, London, Mar. 1912, Bond St.

STORM DAMAGE

[White House] STORM DAMAGE

[White House] STORM DAMAGE

STORM DAMAGE

[White House] STORM DAMAGE

Cleveland storm damage, 11/13

STORM DAMAGE

[White House] STORM DAMAGE

STORM DAMAGE. FALLEN TREE ON WHITE HOUSE NORTH DRIVE

STORM DAMAGE

STORM DAMAGE

STORM DAMAGE

Seabright - storm damage - Octagon Hotel

[Aftermath of bomb damage?]

Memorial Bridge. Damage by lightning, Memorial Bridge

Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Canal. Showing snow damage to canal

[Albanian man in long-haired cape looking in dismay at ruins of his home, caused by an earthquake in Tepelena, Albania--Another man is sorting stones to repair the damage]

Dr. J.A. Hyslop, of the Bur. of Entomology, Dept. of Agric., who keeps the record of damage done throughout the continent by thousands of harmful insects. These records are filed and studied in order that warnings of impending insects outbreaks may be sent to the entomologist so that he may prepare to fight the invading hordes

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Flood-war damage

Earthquake damage

Damage to A.V. Steftung[?] [i.e., Augusta Victoria Stiftung]

Earthquake damage

Damage to room of A.V.S. [i.e., Augusta Victoria Stiftung]

Earthquake damage

Earthquake damage

Earthquake damage

Earthquake damage

Earthquake damage

Earthquake damage

Earthquake damage

Earthquake damage

Palestine events. The earthquake of July 11, 1927. Nablus in a ruined state. General view of the town showing damage done

Damage to St. John's convent

[The earthquake of July 11, 1927. Damage to buildings in Nablus]

Earthquake damage

Damage to A.V.S? [i.e., Augusta Victoria Stiftung]

Earthquake damage

And now the educated hog. The office of exhibits, Department of Agriculture has prefected the "educated hog." It talks, n'everything. The talking is done by means of concealed phonograph records and the action is accomplished by means of compressed air. The hog tells those interested all about the damage done to members of his family by the roundworm and as the roundworm gets to work the hogs are deflated by the letting of compressed air. This model, 4 feet 6 inches high will be exhibited the first week in December at the live stock show in Chicago

[Fire damage to interior of White House, Washington, D.C.]

Potomac Electric Power Co. Benning plant. Damage of machine II

Potomac Electric Power Co. Benning plant. Damage of machine III

Potomac Electric Power Co. Benning plant. Damage, no. 4 turbine I

Potomac Electric Power Co. Benning plant. Damage, no. 4 turbine III

Potomac Electric Power Co. Benning plant. Damage of machine IV

Potomac Electric Power Co. Benning plant. Damage, no. 4 turbine II

Potomac Electric Power Co. Alexandria plant. Drive shaft showing damage II

Potomac Electric Power Co. Alexandria plant. Drive shaft showing damage I

Potomac Electric Power Co. Benning plant. Damage of machine I

Strip-cropping to convert damage done by erosion

[Fire damage]

It rained at Bolling Field. Several successive days of rain in Washington turned Bolling field, the military airport, into a semi-marsh which attracted the interest of passing crane, which can be seen here resting in the water on the field. No damage was reported, although extensive preparations were made to handle aircraft in the event of flood, 9/6/35

Dust storm damage. Cimarron County, Oklahoma

The United States Biological Survey has cooperated with the Resettlement Administration in its efforts to stop the extensive damage done to crops in central Oregon. A group of Resettlment Administration men are spreading rotted oats mixed with strychnine in a wheat field almost ruined by kangaroo rats

CHIEF EXECUTIVE INSPECTS FLOOD AREA. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 19. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT INSPECTS FLOOD DAMAGE IN VICINITY OF WASHINGTON. HE STOPPED AT THE ESTATE OF MRS. WILLIAM N. DOAK, WIFE OF THE LATE SECRETARY OF LABOR, WHICH OVERLOOKS THE POTOMAC RIVER AT CHAIN BRIDGE. IN THIS PICTURE, FROM THE LEFT: MRS. CHARLES HARRIS, CLARENDON, VA; MRS. DOAK; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND SECRETARY GEORGE DERN

Flood damage. Shawneetown, Illinois

Damage done during the 1937 flood near Shawneetown, Illinois

Cut-over farm in Iron County, Michigan. The dried grass has been burned, as is customary among farmers in the spring. This is a doubtful practice because of damage to the humus of the soil

Damage to state highway and soil by flood. Near Hazleton, Indiana

European situation spoils map on Post Office department floor. Washington, D.C., April 12. The huge map on the floor of the Post Office Department here is all out of kilter these days due to the aggression in Europe. Many are the embarrassing questions being asked officials about when Mr. Farley is going to do something about Ethiopia, Austria and Czechoslovakia. The answer so far has been - nothing. Probably the Post Office is waiting to see what will happen next on the continent. Miss Edna Strain is inspecting the damage done by the ambitious dictators. 4-12-39

Irrigated sugar beet fields along Yellowstone River. Note grasshopper damage. Rosebud County, Montana

It was workers such as these Chinese peasants who finally seem to have convinced the Janpaese that aerial bombing alone will never halt traffic over the Bruma Road. As soon as a bomb falls, or as soon as a cloudburst washes out a section of this miraculous road, hundreds of Chinese peasants are somehow immediately on hand to repair the damage and keep the vital supplies moving on to the Chinese armies and guerrilla forces, which have been bearing the weight of the fight against fascism for years longer than any European nation

Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Cab assemblies entering huge rust-proofing ovens. In this process the raw sheet metal of the cabs is treated with various chemicals before any finishing coats are applied. This rust-proofing insures against the spread of rust in cases of accidents which damage the finish of the metal after the trunk has been put into service

Track damage in the Ostiense railroad yards as shown in a reconnaissance photo. In the background a monastery stands intact, untouched by bombs directed against military installations

Marshalling yards at Padua after a raid by Mediterranean Allied Air Force bombers. Photo shows the damage done after two night attacks by Royal Air Force Wellingtons

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