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Washington, D.C. A portrait of Miss Agnes Gervais, of Marshall, Minnesota, who does secretarial work at the Office of Price Administration (OPA), is secretary of the Walsh Club for war workers, located at 1523 22nd Street, N.W.

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. View to "L"

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Jewelry, oblique

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Jewelry, axis

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. General view from entrance

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. View through door

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. Mink room

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Mirror detail

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Bag department I

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. Mirror II

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Blouse department

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. General view, with figure in foreground

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Long jewelry counter, vertical

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. Mirror I

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. Vertical oblique

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Millinery tables

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Jewelry, straight vertical

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Bag department II

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. General view

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Detail, glass screen

Balch Price & Co., business in Brooklyn, New York. View to niche

Balch Price, business in Brooklyn, New York. Detail, millinery table

Hunger, the price of defeat / World Telegram & Sun photo by Emil Reynolds.

[Portrait of James P. (James Price) Johnson, New York, N.Y.(?), ca. May 1946]

[Portrait of James P. (James Price) Johnson, New York, N.Y.(?), ca. May 1946]

[Portrait of James P. (James Price) Johnson, Marty Marsala, Albert Nicholas, Johnny Windhurst, Sandy Williams, and Danny Alvin, Webster Hall, New York, N.Y., May 9, 1947]

[Portrait of Sidney De Paris, Freddie Moore, Eddie (Emmanuel) Barefield, Sammy Price, and Charlie Traeger, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. July 1947]

[Portrait of James P. (James Price) Johnson and Marty Marsala, Riverboat on the Hudson, N.Y., ca. July 1947]

[Portrait of James P. (James Price) Johnson, Riverboat on the Hudson, N.Y., ca. July 1947]

[Portrait of James P. (James Price) Johnson, Marty Marsala, and Baby Dodds, Riverboat on the Hudson, N.Y., ca. July 1947]

[Portrait of James P. (James Price) Johnson and Freddie Moore, William P. Gottlieb's office party, Jamaica, Queens, New York, N.Y., ca. 1948]

Mrs. Donald Price, residence at 123 E. 92nd St., New York City. Child's bedroom

Greeff Fabrics, business, at Mrs. Price's on E. 92nd St., New York City. Making a slipcover II

[Portrait of Leontyne Price, with Saralee doll]

Greeff Fabrics, business, at Mrs. Price's on E. 92nd St., New York City. Making a slipcover I

Greeff Fabrics, business, at Mrs. Price's on E. 92nd St., New York City. Making a slipcover III

Greeff Fabrics, business, at Mrs. Price's on E. 92nd St., New York City. Making a slipcover IV

[Portrait of Leontyne Price, Porgy & Bess]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Loew's Incorporated et al., 371 U.S. 38 (1962)

U.S. Reports: U.S. v. National Dairy Products Corp., 372 U.S. 29 (1963)

An open letter to the President of the United States Most Americans are for postal reform, but not at this price.

Price Tower, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

H.D. Price and John Flynn in the Sundial Tavern.

Hand-lettered haircut price sign on the wall.

The price list for items purchased at the espresso bar.

H.D. Price and Rick Pettry playing pool in the Sundial Tavern.

Dennis Price, Arnett, WV

Dennis Price, Arnett, WV

Secretary of purchasers' group says price behavior 'very satisfactory' since war. Washington, D.C., Dec. 5. George A. Renard of New York, Executive Secretary of the National Association of Purchasing Agents, today told the Monopoly Committee that he felt that price behavior of the last few months 'has been very satisfactory.' The Monopoly Committee, at the suggestion of the President, is holding hearings to determine the effect of the European war upon domestic prices. Renard's testimony directly contradicted yesterday's testimony by Isadore Lubin, who said that price trends indicate a disasterous boom

William Price. Air-"John Todd." [Maryland]

Code of Federal Regulations: Determination Of Price And Price Readjustments, 26 C.F.R. (1957-1959)

Here it is: price $100. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. 'This' says Postmaster General James A. Farley, 'is the $100 Jackson Day Dinner plate.' O. Max Gardiner, former Governor of North Carolina, seems to wonder if it's worth it, 1/7/39

"Whew" thatÆs that. Washington, D.C. Jan. 15. Richard Whitney is moping the brow after the heated tussel with Sen. Wheeler today when the Senator implied that Whitney as an Officer of the Stock Exchange bought 1,000 shares of Alleghany at $20 when the market price was $33. Photo shows left to right: William C. Potter and Richard Whitney

535 West Short Street (Old Doorway), (moved from 655 Price Avenue), Lexington, Fayette County, KY

CIO head denounces wage and price reductions. Washington, D.C., Jane. 25. Opening the 35th Biennial Convention of the United States Mine Workers here today, John L. Lewis, head of the UMW and Chairman of the CIO, declared that labor in America will fight with all its power against wage and price reductions in the face of the current business decline. Two thousand mine workers, delegates to the convention, indorsed their leaders pledge, 1/25/38

William Price. Air- "John Todd."

Malcolm T. Price, Paul & Forrest Caraway, 6/16/23

Dr. T.M. Price, 3/15/24

Charles S. & Sarah Price Estate, Stable, 510 Edgehill Drive, Johnstown, Cambria County, PA

John Price and wife Miranda, Age about 80

Brass industrialist tells Monopoly Committee they 'follow the leader and pray for profit.' Washington, D.C., May 9. H.L.Randall, President of the Riverside Metal Co., left, and John Coe, Jr., Vice President of the American Brass Co., on the right, witnesses before the Monopoly Committee's hearings on the beryllium industry today. Senator Joseph O'Mahoney, Co-chairman of the Committee, asking about the relation of price and production costs, received from Randell in reply, 'We follow the price set by the leader and pray that we will make a profit.' Coe denied that his firm set prices for others to follow. O'Mahoney mentioned that certain beryllium allow products had increased in price when raw materials were cheap, and Coe countered that his firm had lost from $10,000 to $20,000 annually over a period of years while they were developing beryllium processes

Brudder Caesar. Christy's new song-written and composed By H. Cravan Griffiths. Music sold by Price Brothers, 1409 Hudson St

Immediate legislation needed to take profits out of war, Legion commander tells House committee. Washington D.C. Testifying before the House Military Affairs Committee today, National Commander Harty Colmery, of the American Legion, declared that the European situation had caused a "very definate" public demand for legislation to "take the profits out of war" appearing as the first witness in the Sheppard-Hill bill hearings providing for industrial mobilization and powers for the President to fix price ceilings during war periods, Colmery asserted that the measure would be a powerful deterrent to war

Proposes to Senate that S.E.C. [...]price for utility holdings TVA [...]Washington, D.C., Nov. 23. Appearing before the Congressional TVA Committee today, President [...]Wilkie of Commonwealth and Southern Corp., proposed that the S.E.C. determine a fair price for the utility holdings which the Tennessee Valley Authority seeks to purchase. He said if the TVA would agree to this, his company would abide by the valuation which the S.E.C. may finally set upon their properties

Hannibal Price, Minister from Haiti, presents credentials, 2/10/25

Court halts price cutting. State code declared constitutional by vice chancellor Buchanan, of Chancery Court of New Jersey on December 12, 1933. Upholds minimum prices fixed by dry cleaners code authority.

Dr. T.M. Price, 1/10/22

Says TVA inadequate for power needs in Tennessee Valley. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. J.A. Krug, Chief Power Planning Engineer of the TVA, testifying before the Committee Investigating TVA, asserted that within eight y ears, either TVA or private utilities will have to expand power facilities in order to meet power demands in the 40,000 square mile area, and that practical and legal price settlements plans are under way for acquisition of integrated systems in the Tennessee Valley

Government regulation needed to insure Detroit steady supply of milk, Monopoly Committee told. Washington, D.C., May 2. Kenneth L. Vardon, President of the United Dairy Workers Union of Detroit, today told the Temporary National Economic Committee that some form of government regulation must be imposed to insure Detroit a steady supply of milk at a just price to the consumer, the distributor, and the farmer. He charged that the practices of George A. Johnson, independent dealer, serving six per cent of the city, were such that they 'are seriously endangering the supply of fluid milk for Detroit.' Vardon said that Johnson shops with various farmers to get the lowest possible prices but refuses to pay prevailing wage standards

Representatives of Farm group before House Agriculture Committee. Washington D.C. July 27. Congressional sponsors placed before the House Agriculture Committee their hopes for a farm price stabilization bill for this session. They said that immediate legislation is necessary to prevent excessive surpluses and low prices in 1939. Left to right: John D. Miller, President of the National Cooperative Council; Edward A. O'Neal, president of the American Farm Bureau; Rep. Marvin Jones of Texas, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee; Edward F. Kennedy, Brenckman of the National Grange. 7/27/37

Loans to railroads have my approval--Jesse Jones. Washington, D.C., July 14. Federal Loan Administrator Jesse Jones today told the Senate Banking and Currency Committee that he approved as 'highly desirable' loans to railroads to permit refinancing of their securities with lower interest rates. The loans should be made, Jones said, only if the railroads give bondholders preferred stock equivalent to the difference between the par value of the bonds and the price at which the securities were purchased

Co-authors discuss amendments to farm bill with Alabama senator. Washington, D.C., Nov. 30. Co-authors of the Senate Farm Bill, Senators George McGill of Kansas, (left) and Senator James P. Pope of Idaho, (right) discuss amendments to the bill now being written by Senator John B. Bankhead (center) of Alabama. Senator Bankhead has appealed to the Senate for enactment of the strongly compulsory cotton section of the bill to prevent "disastrous fluctuations" in the price of cotton which he said were 'threatening foreclosures all over the South". 11/30/37

Quotes history in voicing objections to wage and hour bill. Washington, D.C. June 11. Appearing before the Senate and House and Labor Committee today, Guy L. Harrington, Chairman of the Labor Committee of the National Publishing Association, charged that the Black-Connery Wage-and-Hour Bill was an attempt to impose conditions of wage and price fixing wich led to the fall of French and Roman empires. If desired, he promised the Committee he would supply necessary historical references to prove his contention Harrington is also Assistant to Bernard MacFadded, head of MacFadden Publications. 6/11/37

Wife of CIO Head attends Mine Workers Convention. Washington, D.C., Jan. 25. Mrs. John L. Lewis, wife of the CIO Head and President of the United Mine Workers, listens attentively as her husband delivers the opening speech at the 35th annual convention of the UMWA today. Lewis declared that labor will fight wage and price reductions during the current business decline. Philip Murray (left), Chairman of the organizing committee of the CIO, and John T. Jones, President of the Maryland-District of Columbia Industrial Council are shown in photograph with Mrs. Lewis, 1/25/38

Monopoly Committee told price of auto wheels reduced 20 per cent in last five years. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. Clarence C. Carlton, President of the Motor Wheel Corp. of Detroit, today told the Monopoly Committee that the patent system had engendered competitive conditions in the auto industry and lowered the cost of the product. He said, for example, that the cost of wheels had been reduced 20 percent during the last five years, 1/20/39

Steel head tells monopoly group his firm has quoted government one price and sold below it to private industry. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Eugene G. Grace, President of the Bethlehem Steel Co. today told the Monopoly Committee that his firm has at times quoted base prices to the government but frequently sold privately below tht figure. 'I think we lost a lot of government business,' he said, 'because our prices were too high.' He is shown as he took the oath before testifying this morning

Tea and tomato juice cause marketing headache, consumers expert tells committee. Washington, D.C., May 11. Dr. Ruth W. Ayers, New York economist and formerly on the staff of the Consumers' Advisory Board of the defunct NRA, brought in three packages of tea and 21 cans of tomato juice to show the temporary economic committee today, and told members that deceptive sizes of cans and packages and lack of quality gradings cause housewives a good deal of shopping headache. She said that she bought all the food at retail stores yesterday, found 11 different brands and 17 sizes of tomato juice cans, with no way to determine quality except to try them all. Asking for 1 quarter lb. tea packages, she was given packages containing 1-2 oz. less than she had asked for. Even though the package was marked as to net weight. She pointed this out as being 'misleading,' even though the price may be adjusted to fit the eight

Payment of soldiers bonus partly to blame for current business recession. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Appearing before the Special Senate Committee on unemployment, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Eccles today declared that payment of the soldiers bonus in 1936 helped create price distortion that pushed recovery out of balance and led toward the current business recession, 1/4/38

Hannibal Price, Minister from Haiti, and J.B. Wright, 2/10/25

Charles S. & Sarah Price Estate, House, 510 Edgehill Drive, Johnstown, Cambria County, PA

Dr. H. Price of Haiti, Sec. Kellogg and Lewis Bogran of Honduras, 3/26/25

Wm. H. Stauffer. Commissioner of Public Welfare (Va.), Sen. Robert W. Daniel, Gov. James H. Price, Sen. Charles Burke, Sen. L.M. Robinette. Mayflower Hotel, Council of State Governments

Birds-eye view of Price Hill inclined planes. Cincinnati, O.

Chulos playing the bull / Lake Price.

La suerte de la capa / Lake Price.

The alguazil delivering the keys of the toril / Lake Price.

The leap or salta tras cuernos / Lake Price.

The Bookman - for sale here; price, 20 cents

[Portrait of Wilbur De Paris, Sammy Price, Sidney De Paris, Eddie (Emmanuel) Barefield, and Charlie Traeger, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. July 1947]

[Portrait of Wilbur De Paris, Sammy Price, Sidney De Paris, Eddie (Emmanuel) Barefield, and Charlie Traeger, Jimmy Ryan's (Club), New York, N.Y., ca. July 1947]

Just arrived from England, price 25 cts ... The authentic, and only correct edition of A lecture on the life of Franklin as delivered by the Rev. Hugh M'Neile, in the Liverpool Royal amphitheatre, on Wednesday evening, 17th November 1841, before

Just arrived from England, price 25 cts ... The authentic, and only correct edition of A lecture on the life of Franklin as delivered by the Rev. Hugh M'Neile, in the Liverpool Royal amphitheatre, on Wednesday evening, 17th November 1841, before

Richmond weekly price current. Wednesday morning, June 19, 1867. Richmond 1867.

Richmond weekly price current. Wednesday morning, June 19, 1867. Richmond 1867.

Richmond weekly price current. Wednesday morning, June 19, 1867. Richmond 1867.

Richmond weekly price current. Wednesday morning, June 19, 1867. Richmond 1867.

Richard Price to Thomas Jefferson, July 2, 1785

Richard Price to Thomas Jefferson, July 2, 1785

Joseph Price House, 1301 North Market Street, Wilmington, New Castle County, DE

Joseph Price House, 1301 North Market Street, Wilmington, New Castle County, DE