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Passage de l'ombre de la Lune au travers de l'Europe dans l'éclipse de Soleil centrale et annulaire : qui s'observent le 1er avril 1764, depuis le Cap St. Vincent extrémité meridionale de l'Espagne, jusqu'au Cap Wardhus, dans la Mer Glaciale /

[A chart of New York Island & North River: East River, passage through Hell Gate, Flushing Bay, Hampstead Bay, Oyster, Huntington Bay, Cow Harbour, East Chester Inlet, Rochell, Rye, Patrick Islands, ec.

[Arms] The speech of the statute of the Right Hon. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham to the virtueous and patriotic citizens of New York. Gentlemen. After a tedious passage over the Atlantic, I am at last arrived in this land of liberty ... [New Yor

Cheveaux de-frize, large joints or beams, stuck full of wooden pins, armed with iron, to stop breaches, or to secure a passage of a camp against the enemy's cavalry

[The course of Delaware River from Philadelphia to Chester, exhibiting the several works erected by the rebels to defend its passage, with the attacks made upon them by His Majesty's land & sea forces.

The course of Delaware River from Philadelphia to Chester, exhibiting the several works erected by the rebels to defend its passage, with the attacks made upon them by His Majesty's land & sea forces.

L'escadre françoise entrant dans Newport sous le feu des batteries et forcant le passage le 8 Aoust 1778 : jour que les Américains passerent sur l'Isle de Rode Island par le chemin d'howland's ferry.

Grand Passage in the Bay Fundy, on the western shore of Nova Scotia

A view of the entrance of Petit Passage

Plan of Mr. Fitch's steam boat Annual passage of the herrings.

[Passage, in Russian, from A Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow (1790), in which A.N. Radischev cites excerpts from the Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776 which guarantee freedom of the press]

Whereas his Excellency the Governor has this day prorogued the Legislature, while in the calm and deliberate exercise of their constitutional functions; and thereby interrupted the business of an important session; prevented the passage of many

Passage of the Delaware, in Dec. 25th, 1776, by the American troops under the command of General Washington

Marks to find the Blonde Rock dangerously situated between Copper's Island and Dead Chest in the passage to Tortola, H.M. Ship Forte, 1824.

A minister extraordinary taking passage & bound on a foreign mission to the court of his satanic majesty!

Funérailles de L'Empereur Napoléon. Passage du cortège dans les champs Élisées (15 Decembre 1840) / Dessiné par Ferogio et Girard ; Lith. Coulon.

Details of dome, face plate over passage around drum

Passage in the Driv. Norway

The purchase of Cuba pictorially considered, after the passage of the act appropriating thirty millions for the purpose, A.D. Eighteen hundred and ???? / Hoppin.

Rome. Palace of the Caesars. Subterranean passage

Passage of Grindelwald Glacier

Map shewing the several routes proposed for the passage of gunboats to the Lakes via: Erie and Oswego Canal; Champlain [Canal]; Illinois River and Chicago [Canal]; Wisconsin, Green Bay [Canal]

Preliminary chart of Calibogue Sound and Skull Creek forming inside passage from Tybee Roads to Port Royal Sound, South Carolina

The passage of the Rappahannock by the Grand Army of the Potomac at Fredericksburg, Va., midnight, Wednesday, December 10 / from a sketch by our special artist, Henri Lovie.

Campaign in Virginia - a street in Harper's Ferry during the passage of the Potomac by the National troops from Maryland, Oct. 24, 1862

Rebel earthworks commanding the passage at Germanna ford, abandoned on the approach of Meade's army

[Military map showing the topographical features of the country adjacent to Harper's Ferry, Va.; including Maryland, Loudoun, and Bolivar Heights, and portions of South and Short Mountains, with the positions of the defensive works, also the junction of the Potomac & Shenandoah Rivers, and their passage through the Blue Ridge.

Military map showing the topographical features of the country adjacent to Harper's Ferry, Va.; including Maryland, Loudoun, and Bolivar Heights, and portions of South and Short Mountains, with the positions of the defensive works, also the junction of the Potomac & Shenandoah Rivers, and their passage through the Blue Ridge /

[Lieutenant John Grimball of C.S.S. Shenandoah, Confederate Navy, in uniform] / Penabert & Cie, 31 Passage du Havre, Paris.

Preliminary chart of Beaufort River, Station Creek, Story and Harbor Rivers forming inside passage between Port Royal and St. Helena Sounds, South Carolina

Frederick F. Low to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 17, 1864 (Telegram reporting passage of resolutions)

Map illustrating the siege of Atlanta, Ga. by the U.S. forces, under command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman : from the passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th, 1864 to the commencement of the movement upon the enemy's lines of communication south of Atlanta, August 26, 1864 /

Scene in the House on the passage of the proposition to amend the Constitution, January 31, 1865

The lobby of the House of Representatives at Washington during the passage of the civil rights bill

The state of New Hampshire. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six. Resolved ... requested to exert all honorable effort to secure the passage by Congress, at its present session, of the bill, now pending therein, desig

Map illustrating the siege of Atlanta, Ga. by the U.S. forces under command of Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, from the passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th 1864, to the commencement of the movement upon the enemy's lines of communication south of Atlanta, August 26, 1864.

Eglise du Pater, intérieur du couloir Church of the Pater: interior of the passage / / Bonfils.

Eglise du Pater, intérieur du couloir Church of the Pater: interior of the passage / / Bonfils.

A Chief [standing on horseback] forbidding the passage of a [wagon] train through his country

Map illustrating the military operations in front of Atlanta, Ga. From the passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th 1864, to the commencement of the movement upon the enemy's lines of communication, south of Atlanta, August 26th 1864

Henri Lachambre, aéronaute-constructeur breveté, Paris. 24, Passage des Favorites, 24. Paris / Fievoir(?) dele.

The Political excitement in New York City - A "Rush" during the passage of a procession on Broadway [Harrison and Cleveland supporters in confrontation with raised canes over the issues of "Free Trade" and "Tariff"]

[King Harry Passage, near Falmouth, Cornwall, England]

["Grosser Kurfurst," forward passage, North German Lloyd, Royal Mail Steamers

Kelmscott Manor (country house of Wm. Morris): passage to panelled room (used by D.G. Rossetti)

U.S.S. Terror on passage from San Juan to St. Thomas

U.S.S. Terror on passage from San Juan to St. Thomas

A Difficult passage / Wm. Hirsch, Louisville, Ky.

The great Nile Bridge at Cairo open for the passage of the daily fleet of cargo boats--(N.E.) Egypt

A view of the bombardment of Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, by the British fleet, taken from the observatory under the command of Admirals Cochrane & Cockburn on the morning of the 13th of Sepr. 1814 which lasted 24 hours, & thrown from 1500 to 1800 shells in the night attempted to land by forcing a passage up the ferry branch but were repulsed with great loss / J. Bower, sc. Phila.

[Passengers posed on deck of steamship in passage with steep cliff behind]

Miraflores Locks showing control house nearing completion and lock gates (in left) completed ready for passage of first ship

Wady esh Shehk - The broad passage through which the Israelites must have made their way towards the Promised Land after they received the Ten Commandments at the foot of Mt. Sinai

Facsimile of passport used by Anna Elise Gunther which brought him safely to the United States through the activities of the American Red Cross. The markings show identification by the German Government; the vise of the American Legation at Berne, Switzerland; the vise of the French consul for safe passage through France; the vise of the Swiss Government for passage out of Switzerland, and the vise of the American consul at Bordeaux

Facsimile of passport used by Jean Gunther which brought him safely to the United States through the activities of the American Red Cross. The markings show identification by the German Government; the vise of the American Legation at Berne, Switzerland; the vise of the French consul for safe passage through France; the vise of the Swiss Government for passage out of Switzerland, and the vise of the American consul at Bordeaux

Pat Crow, ex-bandit and kidnapper is making every effort at Wash. to obtain passage of a bill by which un-reclaimed land would be turned into farms and homeland for ex-soldiers as a part of the Bonus Act. Crow, on extreme rt. with members of Senate Irrigation and Reclamation Comm. before whom he presented his plan. Left to right: Senators Sheppard, Walsh, Jones, of Wash., Shrotridge, McNary, Phipps, Oddie Cameron Kendrick and Godding

U.S. Reports: McKelvey v. United States, 260 U.S. 353 (1922)

[Something was moving along the passage]

Gov. Gifford Pinchot, 4th from left, as he appeared before the Senate Committee on Agric. and Forestry on March 28, to urge passage of a bill introduced by Sen. McNary to provide for the protection of Forest lands, the reforestation of dewooded areas, the extension of Nat'l Forests to provide continuous production of timber. Around the table, left to right: Senators J.B. Kendrick, of Wyo., Jos. E. Randsdell, of La., Wm. L. Day, official stenographer, Gov. Pinchot, Sen. George W. Norris of Neb., Chmn. Chas. L. McNary of Ore. and Arthur Capper of Kansas

Prominent agriculturists from Montana for passage of McNary-Haugen bill

Officers of the Nat'l Federation of Post Office employees called on Pres. Coolidge, June 5, to urge the passage of a bill raising the pay of 350,000 Post Office Clerks before Congress adjourns. Left to rt.: Leo. E. George, Thos. F. Flaherty, and Louis C. Woolf

Coolidge and a delegation of farmers from the wheat growing states who appealed to the pres. for the passage of Norbeck-Burtress bill to provide small loans to wheat farmers for purchase of farm essentials [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Food. Assortment of melons in arched passage

Norris Dam and powerhouse. Door to generator hall, Norris powerhouse. Constructed entirely of aluminum for ease of operation. Transom section removable when required. Function of door is to permit passage of large machine parts and complete transformers. Division into horizontal bands continues scale and appearance of windows on other walls

Guntersville Dam and powerhouse. End view of powerhouse toward land approach. Enormous glazed door toward generator hall opens in sections to permit passage of heavy equipment for installation or repair. Large glass brick panel illuminates stairway which leads to electrical rooms below and office suite above. Similar stair access at other end of powerhouse

Dams under construction. The operation building for the navigation lock at Watts Bar has been completed ahead of the rest of the project to permit the passage of river transport during construction. The left wing contains control machinery on the first floor and the commanding officer's work space on the second. The center of the upper level is a sheltered observation space for visitors who are received and accommodated in the right wing of the structure, and for access to the right end of the roof. All lock operation buildings are designed for maximum view of the lock chamber and the up- and downriver approaches by the operators and the public

Mar Saba. Passage into convent from main entrance

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

Last minute huddle. Washington, D.C., March 28. Senator Allen J. Ellender (left) whispers into the ear of Governor Richard W. Lesche of Louisiana today just before the Governor ... before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee to urge passage of the Overton Amendment for construction of the Organza Flood Way in southern Louisiana. Gov. Lesche told the committee the people of his state ... "Unanimous" urging the passage of the bill ..., he urged, would be of great aid to Louisians in averting Mississippi River floods, 32838

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

Hayes office General Counsel protests Neely Bill to regulate movie sales. Washington, D.C., April 3. Charles C. Pettijohn, general counsel for the Hayes office, movieland's self-censoring group, was on of the first witnesses before the Senate Interstate Commerce Subcommittee which heard actor Robert Montgomery this morning. Gesturing wildly, he eloquently pleaded against passage of Senator Neely's bill to prohibit 'block booking' and 'blind selling', movie trade practices which remove theater owner's choice in selecting his movie bill. He offered to bring Walt Disney before the Committee to prove the disastrous effects of the bill if made law, saying that the biggest hits are seldom expected by either producers or theater managers. General Hollywood expert opinion was that 'Snow white and the Seven Dwarfs' would never sell, he said. 4-3-39

Nick Grillo, as a boy in Italy, dreamed of America and its opportunity, Southington, Connecticut. He saved enough money for boat passage to this country. Today, after 22 years, he is one of the world's outstanding flori-culturists, developer of the famous "Thornless Rose," an age-old dream of his craft

Proposes Air Defense Cabinet separate from Army and Navy. Washington, D.C., Jan. 31. Kern Dodge, President of the Air Defense League, appearing before the House Military Affairs Committee today proposed the establishment of an Air Defense Cabinet, separate from the Army and Navy and with an Assistant Secretary as Director. He also urged passage of immediate legislation to build up a synchronized force of pursuit, observation and bombing planes, 1-31-39

Interior view of the long air return passage in the 16-foot transonic wind tunnel at Langley Aeronautical Laboratory ... / William P. Taub.

L'escadre françoise entrant dans Newport sous le feu des batteries et forcant le passage le 8 Aoust 1778

Julio C. Sanchez, residence at Sunset Island, no. 2, Miami Beach, Florida. Entrance hall from passage

American Bureau of Shipping, 47 Beaver St., New York City. Passage, to boardroom

Cloister Hotel, Sea Island, Georgia. Passage to new dining room

Southington, Connecticut. Nick Grillo as a boy in Italy dreamed of coming to America and its opportunity. He saved enough money for boat passage to this country. Today, after twenty-two years, he is one of the world's outstanding floriculturists, developer of the famous "thornless rose," an age-old dream of his craft

Training. Ramp boats. A fifty-foot steel ramp boat capable of landing tanks and large forces of men at beach positions. The large gate-like section facing the beach is hinged to drop forward on the sand and form a ramp for the passage of men and equipment. The Southern shipyard that makes these boats cooperates in the training of crews

Edwin J. Beinecke, residence in Greenwich, Connecticut. Passage to master suite

Nick Grillo as a boy in Italy dreamed of America and its opportunity. He saved enough money for boat passage to this country. Today, after twenty-two years, he is one of the world's outstanding floriculturists, developer of the famous "thornless rose", an age-old dream of his craft. Southington, Connecticut

Edwin J. Beinecke, residence in Greenwich, Connecticut. Passage between library and living room

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia putting on chains as the convoy is about to enter a dangerous mountain passage

[Secretary of Defense James Forrestal (center) congratulates (l to r) Colonel Geraldine May, Colonel Mary A. Hallaren, Captain Joy Bright Hancock, and Major Julia E. Hamblet, after the passage of the Women's Armed Services Integration Act, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C.] / U.S. Army Signal Corps photograph.

White House interiors. Stairway shot through passage in White House II

White House interiors. Stairway shot through passage in White House I

Sequoia National Park, Sept. 1957. The tunnel log. Car driving through passage way cut through side of log

Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Humphreys, residence on Blueberry Lane, Darien, Connecticut. Passage

Mrs. Burnham Lamb, residence on Cove Rd., Oyster Bay, Long Island. Forecourt from entrance passage

Wright Hall, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts. South facade I, from through columns of connecting passage

Formerly Covered Passage and Entrance to Cellars

Iaushev Brothers Passage (1907-09), Troitsk, Russia

Sculpture "Passage No. 3" at the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse, Sacramento, California

Sculpture "Passage No. 3" at the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse, Sacramento, California

Sculpture "Passage No. 3" at the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse, Sacramento, California

Sculpture "Passage No. 3" at the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse, Sacramento, California

Sculpture "Passage No. 3" at the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse, Sacramento, California

Passage Island Light Station, Fog Signal Building, Copper Harbor, Keweenaw County, MI

Proposed House bill would ruin small oil companies, Kentucky oil executive tells House Committee. Washington, D.C., June 23. Testifying against a proposed House bill that would divorce production, refining and marketing processes in the oil industry, Paul G. Blazer, President of the Ashland Oil and Refining Co. of Kentucky, told the House Judiciary Committee that passage of such a bill would ruin a company like his. He said his company was a small concern but was completely integrated

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