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[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

Kudgello collecting materials to improve our morals

A new map of Nova Scotia, and Cape Breton Island with the adjacent parts of New England and Canada, composed from a great number of actual surveys; and other materials regulated by many new astronomical observations of the longitude as well as latitude;

General chart of the kingdom of New Spain betn. parallels of 16 & 38⁰ N. from materials in Mexico at commencement of year of 1804 /

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., showing construction equipment and building materials]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., showing construction equipment and building materials]

The undersigned again call on all interested in their cause,- the cause of freedom, so deeply important not only to the three millions of American slaves, but to the American nation ... for immediate aid, by contributions of money and materials,

Edward H. Ripley to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, April 05, 1865 (War materials abandoned at Richmond)

U.S. Reports: American Net &Twine Co. v. Worthington, 141 U.S. 468 (1891)

U.S. Reports: Put-in-Bay Waterworks &c. Co. v. Ryan, 181 U.S. 409 (1901)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Barlow, 184 U.S. 123 (1902)

U.S. Reports: U.S. Fidelity Co. v. Struthers Wells Co., 209 U.S. 306 (1908)

U.S. Reports: Title Guaranty & Trust Co. v. Crane Co., 219 U.S. 24 (1910)

June 28th is national war savings day Pledge yourself to save and buy War Savings Stamps, that there may be more money, labor and materials to provide for those who fight for you / / Government Printing Office.

U.S. Reports: United States v. Simpson, 252 U.S. 465 (1920)

Lincoln Memorial. Army blimp over Lincoln Memorial with construction materials for Memorial Bridge in foreground

Fairfax Quarries Incorporated. Building materials on support, with truck

U.S. Reports: Miller v. American Bonding Co., 257 U.S. 304 (1921)

U.S. Reports: Arnold v. Guimarin & Co., 263 U.S. 427 (1923)

Geo. Wash. post of the Amer. Legion conducting drive on tinfoil, rubber and other materials

R. Davis of Bu. of Standards with camera for testing photographic materials, [6/16/25]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Wyckoff Co., 271 U.S. 263 (1926)

Woman develops run-down farm Into a paying stone quarry. Mrs. Lilly C. Stone, residing near Bethesda, Maryland, is said to be the only woman quarrier. She operates several stone quarries and they are supplying building materials for many of the finest structures in the National Capital. Mrs. Stone has salvaged a run-down farm that would hardly sprout soy-beans into a rock farm, mining the earth for choice building stone

National Paint, Varnish & Lacquer Association Inc. Clean-up, paint-up, fix-up campaign materials

The cafeteria for construction employees of the Norris project was an attempt to produce a dignified architectural effect out of simple and, in part, unfinished local materials. After construction of the project it has been converted to other uses and is now in its tenth year of service

Freezer locker plants and cooperatively owned cold storage rooms are important in the agricultural improvement program of the Authority. Photograph shows a view of one at White Pine, North Carolina. Such structures are designed for local materials and the simplest possible workmanship because the purpose is to encourage rural residents to plan and erect them on their own initiative

Picnic shelter, more or less typical of many such structures on TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) recreational properties. All were built with CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) or similar work relief assistance with local materials to minimize cash expense

Miscellaneous design. Libraries in rural areas are among the great needs of the Tennessee Valley. The one shown in this photograph was built and equipped with the assistance of work relief labor out of primitive local materials

The small rural post office, located in the group shown on K 1870, is cheerful and bright in its use of simple materials and gay colors

View of the lobby of the community building shown on photograph 2828, toward a restaurant built and generally equipped with simple, local materials

Truck dropping building materials, Grady County, Georgia

Mixing. The raw materials, butadiene and styrene, and many special chemicals, are moved by these pumps from storage to the reactor areas at the Institute plant

Mrs. Swanson helps Red Cross on bandages. Mrs. Albert T. Niblack, standing, instructs Mrs. Claude Swanson, wife of the Secretary of Navy, in the art of making bandages. Mrs. Niblack is in charge of this work for the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C. The Red Cross has been supplying materials, funds, and assistance to Ethiopia to help care for the wounded from the battlefields where Italian troops are invading their country, 11/5/35

Corn crib near Bartlett, West Virginia. Typically-formed crib, following shape of southeastern American Indian crib but adapted in materials by European colonists. This crib with typically flaring sides, found commonly in Michigan and Ohio

Exhibition Materials for the artist / / J.R.

Posters and art processes Methods materials tools: Posters - graphic art fresco and sculpture.

Wife of resettler in her hurricane-proof house, doing needlework (homework for cash income). The furniture was locally built on local materials under P.R.R.A (Puerto Rico Resettlement Administration) guidance. Outside the window a tobacco field and a tobacco barn. La Plata project, Puerto Rico

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

House erection. Delivery of materials. Standard panel load is made up in the order in which panels are to be handled at the job site. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

House erection. Delivery of materials. Standard panel load being made up. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

A colony of twenty adobe houses built by the inhabitants with materials supplied by the Great Western Sugar Company. Thirteen of the houses are used, seven being unfit for habitation. In the thirteen houses, there live approximately fifty people. Being in limits of an incorporated town (Hudson) there is a water system. However, there is only one outlet (an outdoor spigot) for this whole colony. No electricity, gas or sewerage system

House plant. Precutting materials by gasoline saw. There was no electric power available. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Roofing materials and flour in window of community store. Tygart Valley project, West Virginia

Delivery of materials. The standard house load being checked before leaving the yard. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Delivery of materials. Standard load of barn panels being assembled on the truck. Southeast Missouri Project Farms

A colony of twenty adobe houses built by the inhabitants with materials supplied by the Great Western Sugar Company. Thirteen of the houses are used; seven are being unfit to use for inhabitation. In the thirteen houses live approximately fifty people. Being in the limits of an incorporated town (Hudson) there is a water system. However there is only one outlet (an outdoor spigot) for this whole colony. No electricity, gas or sewerage system. Colorado

House erection. Delivery of materials. Standard load of panels being delivered to the house site. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

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

House plant. Precutting materials. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

House erection. Delivery of materials. Completed standard load of shop assembled panels. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Interior of tent of white migrant family near Edinburg, Texas. Bed is on the floor. Tent was made of patched cotton materials of various sorts. The man said he had worked in a cotton mill in Dallas, Texas, and had obtained the materials then

Dumping materials into concrete mixer at migrant camp under construction at Sinton, Texas

At a meeting of the Clark Hill Club, conducted by Miss Velma Patterson, vocational field worker from Elba, at the home of FSA (Farm Security Administration) project family, J.A. Veasy. The women discuss materials for clothing and curtains. Coffee County, Alabama

At a meeting of the Clark Hill Club, conducted by Miss Velma Patterson, vocational field worker from Elba, at the home of FSA (Farm Security Administration) project family, J.A. Veasy. The women discuss materials for clothing and curtains. Coffee County, Alabama

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

Home economics and home management class for adults, under supervision of Miss Evelyn M. Driver (standing in white uniform). Everything they make including the small handmade looms, utilizes materials of local origin as cornshucks, cane, flour and meal and feed sacks, etc. Flint River Farms, Georgia

Central tower from which cable buckets carry materials used in the construction of Shasta dam, California

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