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Revetment work on the Missouri River, paving, Cambridge, Mo.

Revetment work on the Missouri River, the grader, Cambridge, Mo.

Revetment work on the Missouri River, tightening the cable, Cambridge, Mo.

Revetment work on the Missouri River, the mat, Cambridge, Mo.

Revetment work on the Missouri River, weaving the mat, Cambridge, Mo.

Sinking the mat, revetment work on the Missouri River, Cambridge, Mo.

Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Canaanite revetment, south wall

Excavations. Tell-el-Nasbeh (Mizpah). City wall with its revetment. East side of city

Tel Deweir (Lachish). XVIII-XIX dyn[asty] temple. Top right stone revetment built by expedition to hold steel chute, N.W. of Tell

Tel Deweir (Lachish). Lower courses of stone revetment founded on bedrock at N.E. corner of Tell

Tel Deweir (Lachish). E. side of Iron Age revetment, built in three superimposed sections, uppermost washed[?] away

Tel Deweir (Lachish). Close view of revetment. S.W. corner of Tell. Rock core, on which city is founded, visible in hole

Tel Deweir (Lachish). Section of revetment to city gates. Area shows abundant traces of burning, 588 B.C., which destroyed Lac. due to conflagration

Much revetment work is required in building mountain roads near Telluride, Colorado

Revetment constructed by Soil Conservation Service to protect land from further washing. Chamisal, New Mexico

Garden and orchard of Spanish-American farmer. Notice revetment at left to prevent stream from cutting further into bank. Chamisal, New Mexico

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Greenville, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Men of the ordnance, supply and maintenance company of the 25th service group taking 2000 pound bombs out of the revetment area

Greenville, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Men of the ordnance, supply and maintenance company of the 25th service group taking 2000 pound bombs out of the revetment area

Greenville, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Men of the ordinance, supply and maintenance company of the 25th service group taking 2000 pound bombs out of the revetment area

Greenville, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Men of the ordnance supply and maintenance company taking a 4000 pound bomb out of the revetment area

Greenville, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Men of the ordnance, supply and maintenance company of the 25th service group taking 2000 pound bombs out of the revetment area

Greenville, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Men of the ordnance, supply and maintenance company of the 25th service group taking 2000 pound bombs out of the revetment area

Erie Railway, Shohola Side Hill Cut & Revetment, Delaware River, Shohola, Pike County, PA

Erie Railway, Shohola Side Hill Cut & Revetment, Delaware River, Shohola, Pike County, PA

Erie Railway, Shohola Side Hill Cut & Revetment, Delaware River, Shohola, Pike County, PA

Ten Inch Columbiad, and Magazine Entrance, Sand Bag Revertment (i.e. revetment), Battery Dantzler, (Howlett's) on James River

Ten Inch Columbiad, and Magazine Entrance, Sand Bag Revertment (i.e. revetment), Battery Dantzler, (Howlett's) on James River

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Aircraft Revetment Type, Bounded by Bismarck Sea, Brown, Tomes, & Hamilton Roads, Ewa, Honolulu County, HI

Eight inch Brooke rifled gun, weighing 21,987 lbs., in unfinished battery wood-hurdle revertment (i.e. revetment), anchored by grape vines

Eight inch Brooke rifled gun, weighing 21,987 lbs., in unfinished battery wood-hurdle revertment (i.e. revetment), anchored by grape vines

Same gun, as shown in no. 1015, with Hurdle Revertment (i.e. revetment) and Epaulement - unfinished battery

Same gun, as shown in no. 1015, with Hurdle Revertment (i.e. revetment) and Epaulement - unfinished battery

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