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[Cuts] A happy new-year to Commodore Rodgers, or, Huzza for the president and Congress. A song composed on the arrival of those frigates in Boston yesterday, (December 31, 1812,) with a good supply of the Ready Rhino [Boston] Printed by N. Cover

Ready for an offer

Commodore Perry at the battle of Lake Erie. "Ready! All ready your honor" / J.R. Chapin ; W. Ridgway.

Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 25, 1861 (Ready to meet with Lincoln)

Penn Valley, near Rough & Ready, Nev. Co.

Ready for a walk

"Ready to go Visiting" Custer County, Nebraska.

"Ready to Leave for the Day" Custer County, Nebraska.

Ready for a ride, Mexico

T. Harrison Garrett's Cottage, Deer Park. Ready for the drive

Ready for business

Ready to launch

Ready to start

Ready for duty / Dalrymple.

The Fortune / / Frank A. Nankivell. Ready to negotiate / F. Opper

Ready for business / J.S. Pughe.

Ready for the dons--Switzer's battalion, First Illinois volunteers

Madison Sq. Garden: Ready for Horse Show

[Ready for their daily dip]

Ready about

Ready to vote

Ready! / Louis Dalrymple.

Ready for a "negative" expedition - our photographer James Ricalton on board a Chinese (camel) "transport," Peking, China

Ready for the fields

Ready for a ride in the streets of Cairo, World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo., 1904

Ready for the next / Keppler.

[Ready to care for the wounded -- Red Cross station near Kuropatkin Fort, north of Port Arthur]

Ready for dinner - in the feeding pens on a great sheep ranch, Colorado

Ready for the harvest - an extensive tea plantation at Ashikubo, Japan

[Ready for the charge--Apsaroke]

All Ready for the Celebration and Women Suffrage Convention

Yale vs. West Point, Oct. 17 '08 - Ready to play

Dr. C.F. Aked, ready. Ready to embark for Europe

Woman Suffragists Get Ready for Convention at Niagara Falls

Ready for afternoon selling, group on Seneca St. 4 P.M. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

FIFTH REGIMENT ARMORY, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. INTERIOR READY FOR DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION

Ready for the park

FIFTH REGIMENT ARMORY, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. INTERIOR READY FOR DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION

Ready to return for Balkan War

Ready for bed

Ready for the cast--Qagyuhl

Ready for a dive

EASTER. CHILDREN OF RODIER, WHITE HOUSE TELEGRAPH OPERATOR, READY FOR EGG ROLLING

[Never had Hans and Gretel looked better than the next morning when they were ready]

Cadets N.M.M.I. Ready for action

EASTER. CHILDREN OF RODIER, WHITE HOUSE TELEGRAPH OPERATOR, READY FOR EGG ROLLING

PREPAREDNESS PARADE: UNITS READY TO START

[Theresa Quinlan - 14 years old April 14th - Spooler. Hand cut in Iron Works Mill. Was taking loose band off a spooler. Two weeks learning. Is in picture of girls play at King Philip Settlement. (4324.) Ready to go back to work June 22nd.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

PREPAREDNESS PARADE. UNITS READY TO START

NAVY YARD, U.S., WASHINGTON. 14 INCH GUNS, READY TO GO TO PROVING GROUND

NAVY YARD, U.S., WASHINGTON. 14 INCH GUNS, READY TO GO TO PROVING GROUND

NAVY YARD, U.S., WASHINGTON. 14 INCH GUNS, READY TO GO TO PROVING GROUND

Ready for the G.O.P. convention

Ready for Grand Canyon flight

McKelly & Ready [Oakley Kelly & John McReady]

McKelly & Ready [Oakley Kelly & John McReady]

[Ready to drive away]

Ready for the throw--Nunivak

Construction of a railroad engine. Ready to ship to assembling shop

Air views of Palestine. Flight from Gaza to Cairo via Ismalieh. Large "Hannibal" plane on Gaza aerodrome. Ready to take off for Heliopolis

Wash. D.C. Ready for lift. This photograph shows the statue as it is made ready for the "ride up" to the place where it will rest beside the entrance to the new U.S. Supreme Court building. The Capitol dome is in the background. 11/6/35

Ready for bonus fight. This group of congressmen is organizing for a vigorous fight to put the soldier's bonus bill through the House. From the left: Representatives Clarence Cannon, D. of Mo., Parlimentarian for the steering committee; Adolph J. Sabath, D. of Ill, Dean of the House; Wright Patman, D. of Tex., Chairman; Abe Murdock, D. of Utah., Secretary and Arthur H. Greenwood, D. of Ind., Whip. 1/24/35

Ready forarms parley. Admiral William H. Standley, chief of Naval Operations, seated at left, confers with technical advisors appointed by Secretary Claude Swanson to go with the Admiral to the London Naval Conference where Admiral Standley will be one of the U.S. delegates. Seated beside the delegate is Capt. R. E. Ingersoll. Standing are Commander Roscoe E. Schuirmann, left, and Lieut. A. Del. Ayrault, Jr., 11/21/35

Ready for international bicycle ride. Wash. D.C. Henry G. Slaughter of Washington, supported by those interested in publicizing the Inter- American highway, prepares to leave Washington for a trip which will carry him, if he is successful, down into the tropics through Central American to the Argentine. From the left: Charles M. Upham, Engineer and Director of the American Road Builders Ass'n., H.F. Summerville, Managing Director of the Willard Hotel, and Slaughter, 11/23/35

Ready to testify. E.W. O'Brien, left and R.P. Herron, utility representatives being sworn in Thursday at the Senate lobby investigation. Both men are implicated in the anti-holding company bill "telephone directory wire" barrage that flooded Capitol Hill

ROOSEVELT RETURNS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT RETURNS FROM HIS SHORT TRIP TO HYDE PARK APPARENTLY AS FIT AS A FIDDLE AND READY FOR ANY SORT OF BATTLE WITH THE SENATE THAT IS NECESSARY TO BREAK THE DEAD-LOCK ON THIS RELIEF PROGRAM

READY FOR OPENER. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 13. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS READY FOR THE OPENING DAY OF THE BASEBALL SEASON TOMORROW AS CLARK GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON CLUB, PRESENTS HIM WITH A GOLD PASS. SANDY McDONALD, 8-YEAR-OLD SON OF A WASHINGTON SPORTS ANNOUNCER, LOOKS ON IN BIG-EYED INTEREST. GRIFFITH IS HOLDING A BAG FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT WHICH CONTAINS HER PASS

Ready for outdoors

The merry musical satire "Ready! Aim! Fire!"

Ready for the gun. Washington, D.C. April 2. Clear weather and a fast track prevailed today as the first annual waitresses derby got under way in the capital. There was no age or weight limit for the starters who carried cocktail setups instead of the usual heavy dinner ware.

Aid to refugees planned at White House. Washington, D.C., April 13. Experts on the refugee problem shown leaving the White House today after conferring with President Roosevelt, the group met with the President to go over preliminaries to an international conference to help political refugees form Germany and Austria, left to right; Prof. Joseph P. Chamberlain, New York, Asst. Sec. of State Messersmith, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Henry Morgenthau, Rev. Samuel Cavert, New York, Rev. Michael J. Ready, Sec. of Labor Frances Perkins, and Lewis Kenedy, New York, 4/13/38

Ready to serve - trained, efficient workers--Household Service Demonstration Project, W.P.A. / Cleo.

Tank manufacture (Chrysler). Ready for installation in Chrysler M-3 tanks, these routh turret castings, which weigh 4,000 pounds each, have just been received at the huge Detroit tank arsenal where 10,000 men are turning out these twenty-eight ton rolling arsenals

Ready for a bath. Ready for a bath in oil are these gun stocks. The oil will preserve them in the strenuous days ahead in war work

Ready to fill seed boxes on two-row tractor corn planter. This land is being listed and planted in one operation. Monona County, Iowa

Four Freedoms and Arsenal of Democracy posters. Ready to go is the huge 15 x 30 foot Arsenal of Democracy montage deseigned by Jean Carlu, eminent poster artist, for exhibition at the National and Civilian Defense Exposition in New York and in many other cities throughout the country. The panel is divided into 2 1/2 foot squares. The artist seems pleased with his work, which is only the second time this particular montage technique has been used. Behind him are figures from the Four Freedoms panel, which equal in size to the Arsenal of Democracy. Both panels were prepared for the Office of Emergency Management (OEM)

Building prefabricated houses for farmers who had to move out of the Camp Croft area. "Ready made" sections are in foreground. Pacolet, South Carolina region

Fort Benning. Parachute troops. Ready to make port. A student paratrooper at Fort Benning, Georgia who bailed out of a plane a few minutes ago is about ready to take the ground and perform the little chore of getting his chute under control

Fort Benning. Parachute troops. Ready to make port. A student paratrooper at Fort Benning, Georgia who bailed out of a plane a few minutes ago is about ready to take the ground and perform the little chore of getting his chute under control

Conversion. Heaters to bogie wheels. Ready for final assembly, these bogie wheel springs have been stacked in the erstwhile warehouse of a Midwest heater factory. These springs are fitted into bogie wheel assemblies for Army M-4 tanks

Production. Aircraft engines. Ready for inspection, this line-up of cylinder barrels for airplane engines makes a formidable display. Engines for America's Victory bombers are manufactured in this enormous Midwest plant. Melrose Park, Buick plant

Conversion. Heaters to bogie wheels. Ready for final assembly, these bogie wheel tires have been stacked in a converted Midwest heater factory. These M-4 tank accessories are not produced in the company's old warehouse. They're sinkers with a tough job ahead to help sink the Axis

Tire retreading. Ready to be processed for reuse. Here is a truckload of tires arriving at an Eastern plant for recapping

Production. Submarine chasers. Ready to harry the U-boat. The skipper and executive officer assigned to a subchaser nearing completion at an Eastern boatyard discuss the specifications of their new command with the government inspector who approved the job. Marine Construction Company, Stamford, Connecticut

Transformer manufacture. Ready to be sent to aluminum and magnesium plants are these power transformers manufactured by a large Eastern electrical company. Along this aisle of the plant, are other transformers in every stage of manufacture. They are essential to almost every phase of Uncle Sam's war production effort. Westinghouse, Sharon, Pennsylvania

Ready for the next step. This workman is preparing a 50-caliber machine gun barrel for turning as war work preparation put work at an Eastern armory into high gear

High school Victory Corps. Ready to pass inspection for acceptance by the Navy is the scale model plane constructed by this student at Roosevelt High School, Los Angeles, California. It will be used in training military and civilian personnel to be familiar with all types of planes

Tire retreading. Ready to keep èm rolling for a while longer, these newly recapped tires will be soon shipped out to perform new duty. Recapped in a large Eastern plant, they will deliver as much as eighty-five percent the normal wear of new tires

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Ready to soar out over the water, this N3N training plane coasts down the plank to launching. Cadets at the naval air base in Corpus Christi, Texas, are trained in planes carefully conditioned by sailor mechanics at the base

Ready for 1000 pounds of TNT. Checking up on torpedo parts which are being turned out at top speed for the two-ocean Navy at an eastern Navy arsenal

Self-sealing fuel tanks. Ready for shipment, this self-sealing fuel tank is about to be boxed and shipped. These tanks are a vitally important safety development in military aircraft. Goodrich

Testing M-4 tanks. Ready to take a stiff grade in loose earth, a mighty M-4 tank performs brilliantly during trial runs at an Eastern manufacturing plant

Fort Benning. Parachute troops. Ready to make port. Student paratrooper at Fort Benning, Georgia, who bailed out of a plane a few minutes ago, is about ready to take the ground and perform the little chore of getting his chute under control

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Grenade throwers. Ready to make a shipment of pineapples to Hitler, Hirohito & Co. An infantryman at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, holds a double handful of deadly grenades that may one day blast open a road to Berlin or Tokyo

Ready for battle. Finished guns of large caliber awaiting shipment in an eastern Navy yard. This is just one of the eleven Navy arsenals which are producing guns for the two-ocean fleet

Production. Airplane maufacture, general. Ready for another whack at the Axis. Assembly line workers enter the Long Beach, California, plant of Douglas Aircraft Company. Most important of the many types of aircraft made at this plant are the B-17F ("Flying Fortress") heavy bomber, the A-20 ("Havoc") assault bomber and the C-47 heavy transport plane for the carrying of troops and cargo

Fiberglass manufacture, Owens-Corning, Toledo, Ohio. Ready for cartons and bound for a shipyard are these neatly stacked boards of fiberglass insulation, surfaced with a fireproof all-glass cloth. The material is used to replace aluminum sheathing for interior finish in naval vessels. Installation methods developed by naval architects have resulted in rapid construction

Tennessee Valley Authority power and conservation. Fort Loudoun Dam construction. Ready for action against saboteurs is the hand and weapon of a public safety service officer at the new Fort Loudoun Dam, furthest upstream of the TVA's main Tennessee River projects. Scheduled for closure and first storage of water early in 1943, this dam will create a 15,000-acre lake reaching fifty-five miles upstream to the city of Knoxville. The reservoir will have a useful storage capacity of 126,000 acre-feet. Power installation of 64,000 kilowatts is authorized, with a possible ultimate of 96,000 kilowatts

Fort Benning. Parachute troops. Ready to make port. A student paratrooper at Fort Benning, Georgia who bailed out of a plane a few minutes ago is about ready to take the ground and perform the little chore of getting his chute under control

Fort Benning. Parachute troops. Ready to make port. A student paratrooper at Fort Benning, Georgia who bailed out of a plane a few minutes ago is about ready to take the ground and perform the little chore of getting his chute under control

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