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The people putting responsibility to the test or the downfall of the kitchen cabinet and collar presses

Die Weintraube und der Wein

Das Oel

[Five scenes from a Shaker colony illustrating the production of herb cakes]

... Furniture at auction! on Wednesday next, May 25 at 10 o'clock, A. M., All the furniture contained in the boarding house, No. 12 Prospect St., ... Boston, May 24, 1859. Boston. J. E. Farwell& Co's Steam presses, No. 2. Spring Lane.

Oil press

[Man pointing gun at old man while woman presses servant bell]

Oil presses, oleomargarine department, Armour's, Chicago, U.S.A.

The police version of it / Dalrymple.

[Printing with printing presses at Claflin University, Orangeburg, S.C.]

Pot presses at the T. C. Williams & Co., tobacco, Richmond, Virginia

[New York, N.Y., watching the Herald presses, HeraldBuilding]

[Glazier Stove Company, stamping press, Chelsea, Mich.]

[Watching the Herald presses, Herald Building, New York, N.Y.]

Crushing oil from the olive, Nablus, Palestine

[Employees at printing presses in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing]

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. PRESSES

Austrian submarine mine which explodes by contact, sea water rushes in and presses down lever which causes ex.

Where sugar is made from beets, filter presses, Greeley, Colo.

General interior view Oxnard, [California], factory showing diffusion battery filter presses, carbonation tanks, slicing machines, and beet scales

Filter presses, Oxnard, [California], factory, four lines of evaporators in the distance

Printing presses. Printing the sugar containers

Filter Presses. Raw sugar mill. Hawaiian Islands

[Women operating drill presses for reaming out holes in hand grenade bodies, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, R.I.]

Embossing shop of Harry C. Taylor, 61 Court Street. 15-year old girl at embossing machine. Location: Boston, Massachusetts Lewis W. Hine

Stamping labels. Boston Index Card Co., 113 Purchase Street. Location: Boston, Massachusetts Lewis W. Hine

Operating an automatic press. Boston Index Card Co., 113 Purchase Street. Lewis W. Hine. Humane ? Press. Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Operating an automatic press. Boston Index Card Co., 113 Purchase Street. Lewis W. Hine. Humane [?] Press. Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Embossing shop of Harry C. Taylor, 61 Court Street. 15-year old girl at embossing machine. Location: Boston, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

15-year old girl punching sheets. Boston Index Card Co.,. Location: Boston, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

15-year old girl punching cards. Boston Index Card Co., 113 Purchase Street. Location: Boston, Massachusetts Lewis W. Hine

Stamping labels. Boston Index Card Co., 113 Purchase Street. Location: Boston, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

Map making, Interior Dept. printing presses

National Capitol Press Inc. View of large presses of National Capitol Press Inc

[Benjamin R. Stickney standing next to a postage stamp printing machine, which he revolutionized, in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing]

National Capitol Press Inc. Small color presses of National Capitol Press Inc. II

National Capitol Press Inc. Small color presses of National Capitol Press Inc. I

National Capitol Press Inc. Three small color presses of National Capitol Press Inc.

National Capitol Press Inc. Small presses of National Capitol Press Inc.

National Capitol Press Inc. Two large color presses of National Capitol Press Inc.

National Capitol Press Inc. View of large presses of National Capitol Press Inc.

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESSES BUTTON TO ILLUMINATE X-MAS TREE, 1933

Stamps ready for ocean hops. The new Trans-Pacific flight stamps, to be used on the Pan-American Airways run from San Francisco to the Orient, are coming off the presses of the Bureau of Engraving. Secretary Daniel C. Roper, left, and PMG James Farley inspect a sheet of the stamps as the pressed turned out the first of the series. 11/8/35

Craddock's, Garrison vic., Baltimore County, Maryland

PRESIDENT OPENS NORRIS DAM. WASHINGTON, D.C. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESSES THE GOLD KEY IN THE WHITE HOUSE WHICH GAVE THE SIGNAL IN NORRIS, TENNESSEE FOR THE LOWERING OF THE SLUICE GATES WHICH PLACED THE NORRIS DAM IN OPERATION

Craddock's, Garrison vic., Baltimore County, Maryland

Start the presses going!!!, Washington, D.C. October 10. This photo shows the newspaper reporters telephoning their editors the results the crop reports issued by the Federal Crop Reporting Board at three o'clock today. There was a mad scramble as the reporters dashed to the table where the reports lay, and then another as they rushed to the telephones to get the result in to their editors

Unloading one of the presses

Unloading one of the presses

Unemployment census blanks prepared for mailing. Washington, D.C., Oct. 7. As rapidly as the presses in the Government Printing Office print the unemployment census blanks, workers trim and prepare them for mailing. 3,000,000 of the cards are printed daily as the pressmen keep the huge presses running on a 240hour schedule. 10737

Feeding one of the presses

Vesuvius Furnace, Denver vic., Lincoln County, North Carolina

Vesuvius Furnace, Denver vic., Lincoln County, North Carolina

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939. [Grape crushers & presses, showing chute bringing grapes down from the unloading platform]

Action around the hydraulic presses. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939. Graper crushers & presses, showing chute bringing grapes down from unloadi[ng] platform

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939. Graper crushers & presses, closer view of chute between crusher & press

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939. Graper crushers & presses

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939. Graper crushers & presses, closer view of chute between crusher & press

Cotton seed oil running from hydraulic presses. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939. [Grape crushers & presses, showing chute bringing grapes down from the unloading platform]

Battery of hydraulic presses which are used for pressing oil from the cotton seed. Cotton seed oil mill, McLennan County, Texas

Working on the hydraulic presses at cotton seed mill. McLennan County, Texas

Removing the cotton seed cake and mat from hydraulic presses after the oil has been removed. Cotton seed oil mill, McLennan County, Texas

Maintenance man at the Combustion Engineering Co. working at the largest cold steel hydraulic press in the world, Chattanooga, Tenn. This press can shape steel plates several inches in thickness

Maintenance man at the Combustion Engineering Co. working at the largest cold steel hydraulic press in the world, Chattanooga, Tenn. This press can shape steel plates several inches in thickness

Battery of hydraulic presses and machine for removing cotton seed oil cake from mats after the oil has been removed. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

Removing cotton cake from hydraulic presses after oil has been removed. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

Maintenance mechanic in largest coal press in world, Combustion Engineering Co., Chattanooga, Tenn

Removing cotton cake from hydraulic presses after oil has been removed. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

Cotton seed oil running from hydraulic presses. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

Removing cotton cake from hydraulic presses after oil has been removed. Cotton seed oil mill. McLennan County, Texas

The vintage season Zikh'ron Ya'aqov, July 24, 1939.[Grape crushers & presses, showing chute bringing grapes down from the unloading platform]

Maintenance mechanic in largest coal press in world, Combustion Engineering Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.

Nutrition in industry. Little time is lost by these war plant employees at meal times. No one needs to go over 250 feet to return with a nourishing piping-hot mid-day meal. Complete satisfaction with the well-balanced meals provided is evidenced by the facial expressions of the workers, as they relax during lunch beside one of the massive punch presses which they operate

Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). This is one of the huge machine shops, where many of the 26,000 workers in the yard fashion metal parts for the ships under construction for the Navy. Heavy anchor chains are among the parts produced here, and powerful presses are used in the various machining operations

Before dies are shipped they are tested in actual use in tryout presses, where their operations are closely scrutininzed by expert die makers. One of these has just placed the die in the tryout press shown here. Frederick Colman & Sons, Inc., Detroit, Michigan

Befire dies are shipped they are tested on these tryout presses where the new dies are put into actual use and their operation scrutinized very closely by expert machinists. Plant of Frederick Colman & Sons, Inc., Detroit, Michigan

Jalopies for defense. The press is closing in on this old auto body. Powerful hydraulic bailing presses are used to compress the sheet metal of the auto body into small compact bundles. Discarded automobiles provide an average of more than 1500 pounds apiece of the huge quantities of scrap metal needed for defense production

Subcontracting aircraft parts. These workers at the huge airship dock, now converted to war production, are preparing dies for insertion in a powerful hydraulic press. Many parts of the aircraft for democracy are stamped out in presses such as these. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

Tank armor Production. Brake presses flatten each piece of tank armor plate after flame-cutting and before machining. Every plane must be perfectly flat to ensure a tight fit in the tank. Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. Farrell, Pennsylvania

Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. A building truckload of discarded automobiles stripped of all usable parts and non-ferrous materials is delivered to a scrap iron dealer's processing plant in Baltimore, Maryland. This steel will be baled in huge hydraulic presses and sent to steel mills to feed the ever hungry furnaces now turning out steel for the national defense production program

Removing cakes of clay from one of a battery of filter presses. This operation precedes the pug mill. Shenango Pottery Works, Newcastle, Pennsylvania

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. The sculptor's art plays an important part in making dies for the production of modern airplanes. An old master at the Inglewood, California plant of North American Aviation, Incorporated works with plaster mixed to the proper consistency by a young woman assistant. From his plaster models will be made the metal dies with which plane parts are formed in hydraulic presses. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. Preparing to thread paper through presses

Conversion. Auto radiators to army helmets. The front visor of a steel army helmet is "spanked," or formed into shape. The helmet had an oval shape before this operation, which is performed on one of the many presses of an Eastern plant that formerly made automobile radiators. McCool Radiator Company, Detroit, Michigan

New York, New York. Pressroom of the New York Times newspaper. Pressman reading first edition as it comes off presses on conveyor, to detect defective press work

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. Transporting rolls of paper to presses. Each roll weighs about 1700 lbs pounds and will make about 1300 newspapers

New York, New York. Pressroom of the New York Times newspaper. Transporting plates from shaver to presses on truck. Each plate weighs about fifty pounds, is made of lead alloy and is remelted after each printing in Autoplate

New York, New York. Pressroom of the New York Times newspaper. Pressman reading first edition as it comes off presses on conveyor, to detect defective press work

Stepping up jeep production. Fericute presses in a plant converted from the making of high-priced automobiles stamp out small parts for shipment to various assembly plants where tough little army cars are made. Ford Lincoln plant, Michigan

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. The sculptor's art plays an important part in making dies for the production of modern airplanes. An old master at the Inglewood, California, plant of North American Aviation, Incorporated works with plaster mixed to the proper consistency by a young woman assistant. From his plaster models will be made the metal dies with which plane parts are formed in hydraulic presses. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Bags full of olive pulp in hydraulic presses for extraction of oil. The pulp is pressed two different times under differet degrees of pressure and this produces two distinct qualities of oil. Lindsay, California

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. In threading paper through presses two rolls of paper are pasted together by automatic paster so that presses never stop moving

A die maker. Dies are metal blocks with the pattern or contour of a part reproduced on their surface. They are used in presses or gorging hammers for forming identical metal parts

New York, New York. Pressroom of the New York Times newspaper. Putting plates into presses before they start rolling

Conversion. Auto radiators to army helmets. Heavy presses trim the edges of army helmets that have been formed on drawing presses. All these presses, which were stamping out auto radiator parts a short time ago, were retooled for conversion to war work. McCool Radiator Company, Detroit, Michigan

Conversion. Electric shaver plant. This New England plant normally produces electric dry shavers. On this drill press the heads of the shavers are drilled before slotting to form the rack. Drill presses and other productive machines have now been converted to war production. Schick Inc., Stamford, Connecticut

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. In threading paper through presses two rolls of paper are pasted together by automatic paster so that presses never stop moving

Punching out the jeeps. Parts for these hard-boiled little army cars are punched out on presses that used to produce high-priced automobiles. Assembly plants all over the country get the parts. Ford Lincoln plant, Michigan