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Shadrach Nye, March 22, 1808

Destruction of the packet-ship John Rutledge by an iceburg, Feb. 20, 1856 The only survivor, Thomas W. Nye, of New Bedford [with others in lifeboat].

Hon. James Warren Nye of Nevada

Hon. James Warren Nye of Nevada

Pogrebal'nye obychai Sredneaziiattsev. Evreiskie pokhorony

Pogrebal'nye obychai Sredneaziiattsev. Tadzhikskie pokhorony

Siedel'nye ubory Sredneaziiattsev. Ubor skakovoi loshadi

Muzykal'nye instrumenty i muzykanty. Dutarchi

Pogrebal'nye obychai Sredneaziiattsev. Kirgizskie pokhorony

Siedel'nye ubory Sredneaziiattsev. Ubor loshadi (aspi-ialpushnak)

Muzykal'nye instrumenty i muzykanty. Muzykal'nye instrumenty

Pogrebal'nye obychai Sredneaziiattsev. Indieiskie pokhorony

Muzykal'nye instrumenty i muzykanty. Nagarachi

Shornoe masterstvo. Siedel'nye pribory

Siedel'nye ubory Sredneaziiattsev. Karakirgizskii siedel'nyi ubor

Muzykal'nye instrumenty i muzykanty. Koshnaichi

Siedel'nye ubory Sredneaziiattsev. Siedel'nyi ubor (aspi dzhabduknak)

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

This is it, Johnny on the spot a Bill Nye musical farce, "nuff sed".

Gerald Nye

NYE, FRANK M. HONORABLE

NYE, G.P.

NYE, G.P.

Photograph of Captain Pearl R. Nye in Akron, OH.

BALFOUR, ARTHUR JAMES. M.P., O.M., HEAD OF BRITISH COMMISSION TO U.S. ARRIVAL AT UNION STATION: BALFOUR, LANSING, BILL NYE, COL. HARTS

Senator G.P. Nye of N.D., [12/1/25]

Edgar Nye, Dept. of Ag. Sesquicentennial exhibit

John D. Rockefeller, Jr., (left) as he left the Capitol in Washington today with Senator Nye of North Dakota, after testifying before the Senate Public Lands Committee investigating the Teapot Dome lease. Senator Nye is a member of the Senate Committee

From House of Commons. Hon. [...] Brockway, member of the British House of Commons, and until his election, political Secretary of the Independent Labor Party, was a visitor at the Capitol where he was greeted by Farmer-labor Senators. In this group, left to right: Senator George W. Morris of Nebraska, Senator Gorad P. Nye of North Dakota, Mr. Brockway, Senator William N. Mac Master of South Dakota and Senator Lynn J. Frazier of North Dakota

Sen. Gerald P. Nye at microphone-CBS

[Gerald P. Nye]

[Gerald P. Nye]

[Gerald P. Nye, right]

Munitions quiz opens on shipbuilders. The second phase of the Munitions Committee opened under Sen. Gerald P. Nye, R. of N.D., with representatives of shipbuilding concerns on the stand. This photo shows N.R. Parker, Treasurer of the New York Shipbuilding

[Gerald P. Nye, left]

[Gerald P. Nye, left]

[Gerald P. Nye, right]

[Gerald P. Nye, right]

[Gerald P. Nye]

A special meeting. Sen. Gerald P. Nye, and Sen. Homer T. Bone (left to right seated) members of the Senate Munitions Committee, called a special meeting today to discuss the possibility of a Senate investigation of Ethiopian oil concessions. They are shown here as they talked to the members of the press, 9/3/35

L to r: Sen. Gerald P. Nye, Sen. Homer T. Bone, at special meeting called to discuss Ethiopian oil concessions, 9/3/35

Sen. Gerald P. Nye

Sen. Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota

[Gerald P. Nye, center]

Against involvement of U.S. in sino-Japanese conflict. Washington, D.C., Nov. 23. Senator Gerald P. Nye, Republican of North Dakota and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, (right) Republican of Massachusetts, are the latest to join the block of mandatory neutrality Senators insisting that President Roosevelt invoke the Neutrality Act to Keep the United States out of the Sino-Japanese conflict. Nye has demanded that United States stay out of such conferences as the Brussels Nine-Power Meetings, while Lodge has announced that he will sponsor amendments to ... Neutrality Act providing for mandatory instead of ...ent discretionary provisions. 112337

Photograph of Captain Pearl R. Nye 2

Sen. Gerald P. Nye, North Dakota

Borah and Nye want to form new national party. Washington, D.C., May 6. There have been new rumors that Senator Borah of Idaho and Senator Nye of North Dakota and other insurgent Republicans want to start a new National party with the purpose of unhorsing the present Republican National Committee. The leadership will fall to Senators William E. Borah and Gerald P. Nye caught as they were confering together at the Capitol today, 561937

Borah and Nye want to form new national party. Washington, D.C., May 6. There have been new rumors that Senator Borah of Idaho and Senator Nye of North Dakota and other insurgent Republicans want to start a new National party with the purpose of unhorsing the present Republican National Committee. The leadership will fall to Senators William E. Borah and Gerald P. Nye caught as they were confering together at the Capitol today, 5/6/1937

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, December 9, 1938

Silent Film Clip of Captain Pearl R. Nye

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, June 5, 1938

Letter from Harold Spivacke to Pearl R. Nye, September 1, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, November 8, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, April 21, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, May 27, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, July 19, 1938

Letter from Harold Spivacke to Pearl R. Nye, October 27, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, July 18, 1938

Sen. Nye & Dr. Townsend

Sen. Nye & Dr. Townsend

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, January 16, 1939

Senate Committee questions Morgenthau and Woodring. Washington, D.C., Jan. 27. Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau and Secretary of War Harry Woodring appeared before the Senate Military Affairs Committee in a secret session today to discuss the presence of a French Air Ministry Representative aboard a plane that recently crashed on the Pacific Coast. In the photograph, left to right, seated: Senator Robert R. Reynolds, Secretary Morgenthau, Senator Morris Sheppard, Chairman, and Senator M.M. Logan. Standing, left to right: Senator Chandler Gurney, Senator Rufus C. Holman, Senator Champ Clark, U.S. Chief of Staff Malin Craig, Secretary of War Woodring, Senator Gerald P. Nye, and Senator Sheridan Downey, 01-27-39

Gold dredge worker watches the buckets lifting the ore into the dredge. Nye County, Nevada

Gold dredge. Nye County, Nevada

Signpost on desert. Nye County, Nevada

Sand dune. Nye County, Nevada Caption before agency editing: Photographing sand dune, Nye County, Nevada.

Rocks coming out of gold dredge after ore has been removed. Nye County, Nevada

Dust storm on desert. Nye County, Nevada

Desert thistle in bloom. Nye County, Nevada

Gold dredge floats on artificial lake in the desert. Nye County, Nevada

Sagebrush on sand dune. Nye County, Nevada

Sand dune. Nye County, Nevada

Gold dredge operator. Nye County, Nevada

Gold dredge. Nye County, Nevada

Trailing pile left by gold dredge. Nye County, Nevada

Gold dredge operator. Nye County, Nevada

Tailing pile left by gold dredge. Nye County, Nevada

Gold dredge. Nye County, Nevada

Gold dredge worker. Nye County, Nevada

Sand dune. Nye County, Nevada

Letter from Pearl R. Nye to Alan Lomax, October 15, 1941

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, October 21, 1941

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, April 20, 1942

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, June 8, 1942

Letter from Pearl R. Nye to Alan Lomax, June 29, 1942

Letter from Pearl R. Nye to John A. Lomax, September 26, 1944, Partially Transcribed and Summarized

Nevada Test Site, Environmental Protection Agency Farm, Storage Shed, Area 15, Yucca Flat, 10-2 Road near Circle Road, Mercury, Nye County, NV

President and Hull urge Congress to reconsider action on neutrality legislation. Washington, D.C., July 14. A photographic copy of the message sent to the House and Senate this afternoon by President Roosevelt and State Secretary Cordell Hull. The 11 page statement urged members of the House and Senate to reconsider its action on the neutrality legislation. Hull's 6-point program for keeping the U.S. out of war was reiterated, to which Sen. Nye remarked, 'It's the curtain drop. The message presented no new arguments, and repetition of old arguments invites old answers.' Majority leader Alben Barkley said the message 'is in harmony with our traditional policy and ought to receive the overwhelming approval of the country'

Senators LaFollette and NYE confer on Ludlow bill. Washington, D.C., May 10. Senator Robert M. LaFollette, Jr., who was first witness before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing witnesses on the Ludlow Resolution to have war declarations submitted to vote by the people, finished his testimony and leaned over the shoulder of Senator Gerald -Mun'tions- NYE to tell him of a new argument for the resolution

Against involvement of U.S. in sino-Japanese conflict. Washington, D.C., Nov. 23. Senator Gerald P. Nye, Republican of North Dakota and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, (right) Republican of Massachusetts, are the latest to join the block of mandatory neutrality Senators insisting that President Roosevelt invoke the Neutrality Act to Keep the United States out of the Sino-Japanese conflict. Nye has demanded that United States stay out of such conferences as the Brussels Nine-Power Meetings, while Lodge has announced that he will sponsor amendments to [...] Neutrality Act providing for mandatory instead of [...]ent discretionary provisions. 11/23/37

Song Transcriptions by Pearl R. Nye, 12

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye 1

Envelope Containing Letter from Pearl R. Nye to Mr. Alan Lomax

Nye Family Boats

Senator Nye receiving his seat, 1/13/26

Senate clock for new neutrality bill. Washington D.C. The three of the four senators that have formed a bill to be presented to Congress on neutrality. The bill will regulate all commerce in time of war and instruct the President to confine all commerce with belligerents on a "cash and carry" basis. Left to right: Senator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota, Sen. Bennett Champ Clark of Mo., and Sen. Arthur Vanderberg of Mich pouring over their new bill