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Visitors' building on the east abutment of Norris Dam constructed of cinder concrete blocks with stucco finish. Guard booth under center canopy controls central hall of structure and project parking space in front; also has view of terrace on opposite side. Wings house refreshment counter, a store of the cooperative merchandising organization for local handicraft products and in the windowless extremities of the wing, visitors' toilets

Norris Dam and powerhouse. View of reception room at the TVA's (Tennessee Valley Authority) first project which was experimental and somewhat small compared to visitors' traffic in peacetime. Guard sits behind special desk with raised rim, used by visitors when they register. Large window behind guard looks out over switchyard and over route taken by visitors upon completion of their inspection trip

Orange culture at Richon-le-Zion. Jewish supernumeraries on guard in the orange groves

Tel Aviv. The jetty with guard

Jordan floods (taken at Allenby Bridge). Bridge guard house in midst of floods

PRESIDENT'S YACHT, THE ELECTRA, NEWEST TYPE COAST GUARD PATROL BOAT, HAS BEEN TURNED OVER TO PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TO USE AS HIS YACHT. IT REPLACES THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE INSPECTION BOAT SEQUOIA, WHICH WAS TURNED BACK TO THE DEPARTMENT. THE ELECTRA IS 165 FEET LONG WITH A 35 FOOR BEAM. IT IS LARGE ENOUGH TO ACCOMODATE THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY AND SECRET SERVICE MEN. IT WILL BE BROUGHT TO WASHINGTON EARLY NEXT WEEK AND FORMALLY TURNED OVER TO THE WHITE HOUSE

Look out! Notre Dame. Otis Cole, one of the Navy players on whose endurance, ability and general good playing the midshipmen of Annapolis are placing their hopes to beat Notre Dame this coming Saturday. Cole plays guard on the Navy team. 10/24/35

Color guard of the Navy Company at the World's Fair Federal Building in background

Palestine disturbances 1936. Out-riders horse guard escorting Royal Commission on their official drive to the Government House

Palestine disturbances 1936. The Scots Guard parade preceded by the band

Palestine disturbances 1936. British troops on guard at Lydd [i.e., Lydda] junction

Palestine disturbances 1936. British troops on guard at the Tower of David

Palestine disturbances 1936. Soldiers on guard during the Jewish funeral of the Edison Theatre shooting

Terror methods used to create riots in labor strikes., Washington, D.C. Sept. 23. Professional strike-breaker, undercover agent and industrial guard, E.J. McDade, appeared before the Senate Committee investigating espionage in labor relations today and told how guards used live steam on striking workers, also of the time when a fence was charged with electricity and other terroristic methods used to place blame on labor leaders to result in increasing the "guard" forces. McDade said he had been in the employ of the Railway Audit and Inspection Co. on several jobs

Palestine disturbances 1936. Air Vice Marshall Pierce leaving Jerusalem with military honours on Oct. 19th, inspecting the Guard of Honour

Nubian guard at gov't [i.e., government] house. Entibbe

U.S. Supreme Court guard stand inspection, Washington, D.C. Oct. 1. The United States Supreme Court police force stood final inspection today on preparation for the convening of the high tribunal on next Monday. Marshal K. Green and Capt. P.H. Crook, Chief of the Guards are shown giving the boys the once over

Terror methods used to create riots in labor strikes., Washington, D.C. Sept. 23. Professional strike-breaker, undercover agent and industrial guard, E.J. McDade, appeared before the Senate Committee investigating espionage in labor relations today and told how guards used live steam on striking workers, also of the time when a fence was charged with electricity and other terroristic methods used to place blame on labor leaders to result in increasing the "guard" forces. McDade said he had been in the employ of the Railway Audit and Inspection Co. on several jobs

Palestine disturbances 1936. Bugler in camp of Scots Guard, sounding the call

Two kinds of ambulances: the automobile and the airplane ambulances of the Coast Guard at Cape May station stand side-by-side awaiting a call to help injured or sick persons at sea, beyond the reach of usual medical aid

[Palestine disturbances 1936. The Scots Guard parade preceded by the band]

Supreme Court guard

Uganda. Entebbe. Government House from across the lawn. Nubian guard close up

Air shot, Cape May (N.J.) Coast Guard Station Airport, showing Zep hanger built by Navy for treaty airship but now not in use

Palestine disturbances 1936. Railroad tracks being repaired under military guard [near Kefr-Jenuis?]

Uganda. Entebbe. Government house from across the lawn. Nubian guard close up

Supreme Court guard

Air shot, Cape May (N.J.) Coast Guard Station Airport, showing new runways and the old air ship hanger built by the Navy for one of the treaty Zeps after the World War, but now not in use

Palestine disturbances 1936. Military guard examining the wreck [near Kefr-Jenuis]

Testimonial gift., Washington, D.C. Oct. 12. John A. Remon, president of the President's cup Regatto, vice president with a testimonial gift, a beautiful electric clock topped by a model gold speedboat, by Harry P. Somerville, Executive Secretary of the Regatta, at a luncheon today in honor of the officers and chairmen of the group. The luncheon was given to acknowledge the outstanding success of the 1936 regatta. Left to right: Admiral Harry G. Hamlet, U.S. Coast Guard; John A Remori, and Harry P. Somerville

[Uganda. Entebbe. Government House and Nubian guard

Uganda. Entebbe. Government house from across the lawn. Front entrance with Nubian guard

Uganda. Entebbe. Government House from across the lawn. Nubian guard close up

Palestine disturbances 1936. Tail end of the last escorted convoy leaving Jerusalem for the North on Oct. 18, 1936, rear guard cars of the convoy

[Russell Randolph Waesche, Sr., holding paper from President Roosevelt making him "Commandant with the Rank of Rear Admiral, Coast Guard of the United States"

Guard at U.S. Chamber of Commerce

F.B.I. guard reports in. Washington, D.C., Aug 4. Officer Ray D. Buckingham using a plug-in telephone, which every guard carries as part of his regular equipment, reports to headquarters as he patrol his section of the 7 miles of corridors in the Department of Justice Building. The home of the G-Men is probably the most carefully guarded government building in the Capitol. The aces of the Guard Force are chosen to protect that part of the building which houses the records of Federal Bureau of Investigation, 8437

One of the men who guard the F.B.I. Washington, D.C., Aug. 6. Guard Arthur E. Focht, doing patrol duty in the Department of Justice building, note the phone in his hand, this phone can be plugged in anywhere on his beat to report fires or other troubles without the guard going to the guard room ...

Baltimore, MD. Chances of a mechanical error escaping detection are infinitesimal in the Social Security Board Records Office and great care is excercised to guard against human error. After the employee master card has been prepared, and before it is sent on to reproduce an acturial card, indexes, registers and a individual ledger account. It goes to a review section. Here the original application and the master card are brought together and checked for error. Checking is done by a team of two workers, and the few errors which have been made are corrected. Reviews of errors are reduced to a minute part of one perscent. The photograph above shows a part of the review section at work

Baltimore, MD. Chances of a mechanical error escaping detection are infinitesimal in the Social Security Board Records Office and great care is excercised to guard against human error. After the employee master card has been prepared, and before it is sent on to reproduce an acturial card, indexes, registers and a individual ledger account. It goes to a review section. Here the original application and the master card are brought together and checked for error. Checking is done by a team of two workers, and the few errors which have been made are corrected. Reviews of errors are reduced to a minute part of one perscent. The photograph above shows a part of the review section at work

Guard at company town. Jefferson County, Alabama

New Coast Guard boat capable of 35 miles an hour. Washington, D.C., May 17. One of the fastest things afloat, the new U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat #441 was put thru its paces on the Potomac River today for the benefit of treasure officials. The cruiser, which is one of eight to placed in law enforcement and life-saving service of the Coast Guard, is powered with four 1600 horsepower motors and is capable of doing 35 miles an hour, 5/17/1937

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) inspecting Guard of Honour

Haifa, result of terrorist acts & government measures. H.M.S. Repulse taken from the docks, marine on guard below British flag

Arlington National Cemetery. Side angle of Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, with guard

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Irish Guard loading donkies [i.e., donkeys] with ammunition etc. to follow mountain paths [Nablus]

Wedding of Miss Olwen Wainright. The bride & groom, Mr. Walter Peter Purcell-Gilpin coming out from the church followed by bride's maids after the ceremony, showing guard of honour by Br. Police

The raising of the siege of Jerusalem. Arab crowds entering the Damascus Gate passing British guard with steel helmets & drawn bayonets

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Irish Guard troops on outskirts of Nablus leaving camp to fight the gangs on hills

High Commisioners. Coming & departing. Sir Arthur Wauchope the retiring High Commissioner arriving at the Railway Station Square for the ceremony of taking leave, March 1, 1938. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) return salute to Guard of Honor

Closer snap of bride & groom [Miss Olwen Wainright and Mr. Walter Peter Purcell-Gilpin] showing guard of honour made up of British police

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Cattle guard on rural road, Big Horn County, Montana

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter handcuffed to guard, getting into van] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Aumuller.

Chicago and North Western R.R., Mrs. Thelma Cuvage, working in the sand house at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa. Her job is to see that sand is sifted and cleaned for use in the locomotives. Mrs. Cuvage's husband works as a guard at the Savannah (Ill.) Ordnance plant

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

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Public Health Service Investigation Commission to the China-Burma highway, Chefang Valley, China. The house built for the guard of the gambusia minnow hatchery. Not only herons and cattle disturb the little fish, but the people found them quite tasty when fried; thus a man had to be hired to guard the hatchery

A Coast Guard sentry stands watch over a new torpedo boat under construction at a southern shipyard. In addition to wooden torpedo boats, the yard also turns out many steel boats for the Navy. Higgins Industries, Inc., New Orleans, La.

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Public Health Service Investigation Commission to the China-Burma highway, Chefang Valley, China. The house built for the guard of the gambusia minnow hatchery. Not only herons and cattle disturb the little fish, but the people found them quite tasty when fried; thus a man had to be hired to guard the hatchery

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

Cattle guard gate and mail box on ranch near Marfa, Texas

Cattle guard and windmill near Marfa, Texas

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939. Group of grape pickers, (new) showing supernumerary police as guard

Cattle guard, Custer County, Montana

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939. Group of grape pickers, (new) showing supernumerary police as guard

Cattle guard on rural road. Big Horn County, Montana

Cattle guard on railroad. Madison County, Montana

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

One of the girls of Vilter [Manufacturing] Co. filing small gun parts, Milwaukee, Wisc. One brother in Coast Guard, one going to Army.

Salinas Valley, California. Deputized "vigilantes" armed with clubs guard entrance to lettuce fields during lettuce strike

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives

U.S. Negro troops on way to Liberia. The Naval armed guard on a Liberia bound transport stages a gun drill with a 4 inch deck gun and a heavy anti-aircraft machine gun. The Negro troops, members of a highly trained engineer unit of the U.S. Army, made the trip to Africa without incident

Amman. 24th anniversary of Arab revolt under King Hussein & Lawrence, celebration Sept. 11, 1940. The Emir inspecting the Guard of Honour

Cattle guard on farm at Pie Town, New Mexico

Anzac Day, Jerusalem, April 25, 1940. The Guard of Honor & H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) standing at attention during the reveille

Indian troops in East Africa. A detachment from one of the Punjab regiments take up their position for the guard of honour for the march past the captured Italians from Amba Alagi area

Amman. 24th anniversary of Arab revolt under King Hussein & Lawrence, celebration Sept. 11, 1940. Guard of Honour in front of Palace entrance, close up

U.S. troops on guard in the New Hebrides. A U.S. Army gun crew, mans a heavy machine gun at a defense employment in the New Hebrides, where British, French and American forces are engaged in joint operations against the Japanese

Amman. 24th anniversary of Arab revolt under King Hussein & Lawrence, celebration Sept. 11, 1940. The Emir inspecting the Guard of Honour

Anzac Day, Jerusalem, April 25, 1940. The Guard of Honour being reviewed by the High Commissioner

A Coast Guard motor lifeboat provides escort to San Francisco's crab fishermen as a wartime precaution. This naval protection includes taking the fleet to the fishing grounds at dawn, remaining with it through the fishing hours and finally bringing it home through the Golden Gate in the late afternoon

Irrigation water flowing from ditch through weed guard to pipe line. Ccooperative water facilities project, Washington County, Utah

Cattle guard. Creek County, Oklahoma

Boy Scouts acting as guard during soapbox auto race on July 4th at Salisbury, Maryland

Anzac Day, Jerusalem, April 25, 1940. H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) & Guard of Honour

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. On alert with an airfeild security detachment in Hawaii the troops stand guard in a dugout. Shown left to right are: Private First Class James Warren and Coston W. Gambrell of New York City and Private Otis Lee, Baltimore, Maryland

Change of guard at Missouri state penitentiary. Jefferson City, Missouri

Anzac Day, Jerusalem, April 25, 1940. The guard of honour awaiting arrival of H.E. (i.e., His Excellency) the High Commissioner, Sir Harold MacMichael

Amman. 24th anniversary of Arab revolt under King Hussein & Lawrence, celebration Sept. 11, 1940. Guard of Honour in front of Palace entrance, front view

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph