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[View of the city of Charleston, South Carolina, with homes and outbuildings at left and right, and a long row of brick building, perhaps barracks, at center]

To the ladies of Columbus. The late excitement in the Indian nation, having compelled the unfortunate inhabitants to abondon their homes, in such haste as to deprive them of the power of furnishing themselves with the necessities of life- and we

We, the undersigned, citizens of the United States, being about to leave our homes for California, for the purpose of mining and digging gold ... have agreed to unite together and form an association ... [Philadelphia 1849].

James G. Blunt to Pas-Co-Pa [Indian] and James G. Singleton, Tuesday, September 23, 1862 (Return of refugees to their homes)

"Sanitaria," or Homes for discharged, disabled soldiers ... Fred N. Knapp, Supt. of Special relief, U. S. Sanitary commission. Washington, D. C., May 5, 1865.

"Sanitaria," or, Homes for Discharged Disabled Soldiers ... Washington, D. C. May 5, 1865.

The heroes' memorial. A memorial to perpetuate the remembrance of the heroes of the Empire State, who fell fighting for the Union, or died in rebel prisons, in military hospitals or at their homes in the years 1861, '62, '63, '64, '65 / Clay, Cosack & Co., Buffalo, N.Y.

Uncle Sam is rich enough to give us all a farm. Homes in the West! The free lands of Dakota! The territory of Dakota contains the most desirable government lands for the purpose of agriculture in all its branches that are now open to settlement

Driven from their homes - flying from an Indian raid

Suburban homes, a book containing exterior views and floor plans, drawn to a scale, of all these cottages

[The officers' homes of the Naval Academy]

Negro homes at Thomasville, Ga.

Homes of the poor

Homes of the poor / drawn by T. De Thulstrup.

The famine in Russia [1892]: "famine stricken villagers who have left their homes on the way to St. Petersb."

The town of Pullman, Illinois--the homes and wages of the Pullman operatives

Moorish women as seen only in their homes, Algiers, Africa

Chicago in 1831, with views of Fort Dearboarn and homes of John Dean, J. Baptiste Beaubien, Dr. Wolcott and John Kinzie

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Bee-hive homes, Moselmeih, Syria

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Negro homes - Home of Bishop Holsey, Atlanta, Ga.

Negro homes - homes of poorer classes, Chattanooga, Tenn.

Filipino homes at Tina Jeros - scene of hard fighting during advance on Malabon, Philippine Islands

Negro homes - home of R.R. Church, Memphis, Tenn. (exterior)

Negro homes - home of Bishop Turner, Atlanta, Ga. (exterior)

Improvised homes in ruined France

Mormon homes, Mex.

[A group of homes]

Walnut Hill [i.e. Hills] homes, Cincinnati, Ohio

Homes

[Magnolia-on-the-Ashley (i.e. Magnolia Gardens), cabin homes of the Negro caretakers, Charleston, S.C.]

Beirut. Beautiful homes in Beirut

[Mountains and homes]

Wyndygoul: homes of E.T. Seton, Cos Cob, Conn.

City of tent homes

Seward homes

Palatial homes of Hong Kong's Merchant Princes on the mountain side above the city - from Bowen Road

Cozy native homes in the tropical forest of Fort de France, Martinique, W.I.

"Sunnyside," home of Washington Irving

Humble but happy homes of the Claddagh fisher-folk; Galway, Ireland

Terrace Homes of Hopi Indians--street scene in Oraibi, Hopi Reservation, Arizona

Terrace Homes of Hopi Indians - street scene in Oraibi, Hopi Reservation, Arizona

New Jersey ferry boat bringing morning business crowds into New York City from their homes 30 miles away

"Pat, if yez don't sell that pig he'll soon by outside all we own."--One of the humble homes of County Kerry, Ireland

Walker and Ambery homes, Walkerville, Ont.

LADIES HOMES JOURNAL. HOUSE PLAN

LADIES HOMES JOURNAL HOUSE PLAN

Homes of the Shakers, Pittsfield [i.e. Hancock], Mass.

Manila, Island of Luzon, Philippine Islands: "Cascos," the floating homes of many thousands - house boats on the Pasig River

Education - from such homes come the students who attend Lincoln Memorial University

Southern Luzon, Philippines: A bamboo band and native homes

[Earthquake, Kingston, Jamaica, 1907]: Jamaican natives cooking dinner in midst of the ruins of their former homes

Looking over modern homes in ancient Sparta, west of famous Taygetos mountains, Greece

Argos, where Greek homes have stood since earliest times - N.N.W. to Larisa, Greece

Lake Maracabo, [...] homes of Lake [...] Indians

A four-family house crowded close to the Chace Cotton Mill, Burlington, Vt. Homes of mill hands. Location: Burlington, Vermont.

Walker and Dingwall homes, Devonshire Road, Walkerville, Ont.

Picturesque nipa shaks on stilts - typical country homes of Panay, P.I.

Homes Savings Bank, 8th & H [Sts.], N.E., [Washington, D.C.]

El Paso homes of Mexicans who have joined insurrectos

Deal in nuts only. Import them. Nuts are cracked and picked in the factory--are picked in the homes. 100 families in neighborhood working (35 families on list in licensed houses). See #2685 for prices, Etc. Location: New York, New York (State)

(For Child Welfare Exhibit 1912-13.) One of the Midwives' homes, Spruce St. Location: Providence, Rhode Island.

Mrs. Helems, Leeds, Mass., putting bristles into tooth brushes in an untidy kitchen. She makes about $4.65 a week usually. The sanitary conditions in most of these homes are pretty good, but some times filthy rooms are found and often tuberculosis with the work still going on. The company really seems to be trying to reduce the amount of home work. See also home work report. Location: Leeds, Massachusetts.

Advertisement by the side of the railroad, Inverness Mills, Winston Salem, N.C.The homes are not in good condition now. I found very few young children working. Location: Winston Salem, North Carolina.

Some of the housing conditions of the workers in the Cannon Mills, Concord, N.C., to contrast with the homes and gardens some times shown from the "show mills" of the state. Location: Concord, North Carolina.

Mrs. Helems, Leeds, Mass., putting bristles into tooth brushes in an untidy kitchen. She makes about $4.65 a week usually. The sanitary conditions in most of these homes are pretty good, but some times filthy rooms are found and often tuberculosis with the work still going on. The company really seems to be trying to reduce the amount of home work. See also home work report. Location: Leeds, Massachusetts

Barbaras homes buried in volcanic ash

Es Salt from the South - a town of Peraea still full of homes and business

Belgian orphans leaving Paris for country homes

Typical street and Mohammedan homes at Bagdad

Picturesque homes of wealthy Jews, along the Tigris in north Bagdad

[Views of "The Jungle," in Ft. Collins, the section in which the beet workers live when not away working the beets. In Greeley, this segregated section is called "The Pansy Bed" (from the varied and vivid coloring of homes). In Sterling, it is called "Petersburg." Location: [Fort Collins, Colorado] / Photo by Hine, Oct. 30/15]

Views of "The Jungle," in Ft. Collins, the section in which the beet workers live when not away working the beets. In Greeley, this segregated section is called "The Pansy Bed" (from the varied and vivid coloring of homes). In Sterling, it is called "Petersburg." Location: Fort Collins, Colorado / Photo by Hine, Oct. 30/15.

[Views of "The Jungle," in Ft. Collins, the section in which the beet workers live when not away working the beets. In Greeley, this segregated section is called "The Pansy Bed" (from the varied and vivid coloring of homes). In Sterling, it is called "Petersburg." Location: [Fort Collins, Colorado] / Photo by Hine, Oct. 30/15]

[Views of "The Jungle," in Ft. Collins, the section in which the beet workers live when not away working the beets. In Greeley, this segregated section is called "The Pansy Bed" (from the varied and vivid coloring of homes). In Sterling, it is called "Petersburg." Location: [Fort Collins, Colorado] / Photo by Hine, Oct. 30/15]

Single men. Hundreds of thousands of married men have left their homes to fight for king and country. Show your appreciation by following their noble example / printed by the Abbey Press, 32 & 34 Gt. Peter St., Westminster, S.W.

War. Britons have never failed in their duty and never will. Enlist for the defence of your homes and country

Central Public School. Only a short walk from the homes of the cannery workers, and yet only 4 children were to be found there. Location: Bay St. Louis, Mississippi / L.W. Hine.

St. Paul's Parochial School, located within a stone's throw of the homes of the cannery workers, and the Sister in charge says that practically none of the children attend day school; that a few of them come for an hour at night for religious instruction. Location: Pass Christian, Mississippi / L.W. Hine.

Alaskan homes

Keefer, Wash. Hts. Homes, Alex., Va.

One of the better class of farm homes. Location: Rockcastle County--Wilde [vicinity], Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

[School located near the homes of the cannery workers. The teacher told me that only three of the cannery children attended her school, and they were not Baltimore people.] Location: [Bay St. Louis, Mississippi] / L.W. Hine.

Fisherman's homes

School located near the homes of the cannery workers. The teacher told me that only three of the cannery children attended her school, and they were not Baltimore people. Location: Bay St. Louis, Mississippi / L.W. Hine.

[Homes in Havana, Cuba]

The "Y" has more than 2000 such homes for our boys--United War Work Campaign, November 11-18 / Albert Herter.

Government workers' homes, Washington, D.C.

French canteen of the Bon Accueil for Refugees Gare de Lyon, Paris; the AMERICAN RED CROSS contributes supplies, food and helpers. Most of the incoming refugees driven from their homes by the German invaders and practically all of those leaving the various stations have been fed free of charge by AMERICAN RED CROSS. These people are not neccessarily all poverty stricken before they were driven from their homes, but all need help in the emergency

The ARC finds many ways to help the refugees who, when driven from their homes in Northern France are obliged to take shelter wherever they can get it. Miss Smythe ARC head nurse at ... shows a refugee mother living in a wretched insanitary one room home, how to prepare food for her sick baby

One of the poor homes in which six refugees live. A chicken coop made into a home. (Malakoff). People are visited by Sisters from Jeanne d'Arc. Dispensary, 95 Rue Gambette, Malakoff