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Schedule of the expenses of the town of Boston, from May 1, 1798, to May 1, 1799. Published conformably to the vote of the town, May 14, 1799 [Boston, 1799].

Schedule of the whole number of persons in the District of Maryland. [blank] Baltimore. December 21st, 1801.

Post Office, July 20, 1806, Schedule of Mail Deliveries from Washington, D.C. to New Orleans

Schedule of monthly pay, subsistence and forage, of troops in actual service, agreeably to the acts of Congress in force on the 1st July, 1814 ... Accountant's office, Richmond, August 1st, 1814. the alterations made by the several late acts of

Schedule of rules to regulate the election, organization and action of the Native American republican ward delegates of the city of Philadelphia drafted for the consideration of the different ward associations and adopted as a draft of the same,

Daily line to the South! Sundays excepted, Carrying the Great Central U. S. Mail. Schedule ... T. Shepperd, Agent. Baltimore, August 25, 1847. Murphy Printer, 178 Market Street, Baltimore.

Summer arrangement! Daily line to the South carrying the great central U. S. Mail to Norfolk, Portsmouth and lower parts of Virginia & North Carolina. Schedule. Leaving Spear's wharf, Baltimore daily, (except Sundays,) at 4 o'clock, B. M. ... T.

The committee on exhibition of the Horticultural society, District of Columbia, submit the following schedule of premiums to be awarded at their exhibition on the 30th inst. [Sept. 1857] ... [Washington, D. C.] R. A. Water's steam job press, Sta

Schedule of stamp duties, &c. New York. Published by E. B. Clayton's sons, printers and stationers. [c. 1862].

James H. Hackett to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 14, 1864 (Performance schedule)

Common window glass taxed 125% (H. R. 4864, Schedule B., paragraph 91.) ... [New York 1894].

Schedule, March 1896

[Edna Wallace Hopper, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing right, looking over schedule for Chicago & Alton Railroad]

Bishop of Salisbury holding glasses and train schedule

8:00 P.M. January 29, 1912. Cardinale family making silk flowers. Father wears a cast. Does not work. (See report on schedule.) Boy, 11 years old, helps some, even at night. 43 Carmine St., N.Y. Location: New York, New York (State)

2 P.M. Mrs. Katie --- (refused to give their name), 134 1/3 Thompson St., one flight up, front. Making artificial flowers in a crowded and dirty room used as kitchen, bed room, living room, and work room. Mother and family work including 8 and 9 yr. old girls in the photo (who were at home 2 P.M. on a school day) and the little 3 and 4 yr. olds who were helping by separating the petals. See report on schedule. Name is Darelli [or Tarelli?] 3 days after photo was taken the home was sealed up and disinfected by Board of Health for tuberculosis; 14 yr. old boy. Immediately the flower making resumed again. Location: New York, New York (State)

Mrs. Larocca, 233 E. 107th St., N.Y., making willow plumes in an unlicensed tenement. Photo taken Feb. 29, 1912. License was revoked Dec. 19, 1911.Applied for again Feb 7, 1912, inspected Feb. 13 and refused Feb 14, 1912. Feb. 29, 1912 I found nine families (including the janitress) at work on feathers or with traces of the day's work still on the floor. Still other families were reported to be doing the work also, but were not home. When our investigator made her first calls here, she found the whole tenement in much worse condition (see schedule) Children had bad skin trouble, fever, etc. Grandmother was working the day this photo was taken. New York, New York (State)

4 P.M. Katie and Josie, 137 Thompson St. Cassana and father working on artificial flowers. They work sometimes until 8 P.M., usually after school. Mother refused to be in the picture (see Miss Watson's schedule for data.) Location: New York, New York (State)

6 P.M. Callabria family, 647 E. 12th St., N.Y. (see schedule) Mother finishes clothing. The children paste needle packages onto cards and said they all work at times until 10 or 11 P.M. They are 9, 12, 14 and 15 years old and all go to school. They are undersized. The baby in the cart is one month old. Location: New York, New York (State)

Philadelphia clubs at home Base-ball schedule - the National & American League clubs at home / / press of the Jarden Litho. Co.

ATLANTIC COAST AERO-NAUTICAL STATN. SCHEDULE OF AERIAL FARES. EARLY VENTURE IN PASSENGER CARRYING BY AIR

ATLANTIC COAST AERO-NAUTICAL STATN. SCHEDULE OF AERIAL FARES. EARLY VENTURE IN PASSENGER CARRYING BY AIR

Wilfred Levoie - 15 years - 120 Diman St. - Weaver, American Linen Co. Cut leg June 20, 1916. (See Mr. Wagner's schedule.) Was pushing and pulling basket along floor; basket caught a loose board and threw him against loom cutting his leg. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

[Wilfred Levoie - 15 years - 120 Diman St. - Weaver, American Linen Co. Cut leg June 20, 1916. (Mr. Wagner's schedule.) Was pushing and pulling basket along floor; basket caught a loose board and threw him against loom cutting his leg.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

Wood carving group of working boys at King Philip Settlement - Names beginning at our right: 6. Frederick Reinhadt, 15, 147 Grant Street. 5. Arthur Bourque, 14, 415 Kilburn St., 3. Anthony Bello, 16, 75 Mt. Hope Ave. 8th grade Slade School - wants good education more than work. 1. Wm. Berupe, 15, 36 Assonet St., Sweeper, Iron Works, 7:30-11:30, 1-5. Barber Shop 7 years old, now Fridays and Saturday afternoons and until 12 at night. 4. Herman Reinhadt, 17, Hub Clothing Co. clerk. Was a doffer in the mule room. 7. Manuel Ferreira, 15, 27 Whittier St. Sweeper, Iron Works, same schedule as Berupe. 2. John Megna, 16, 75 Mt. Hope Avenue, Sweeper, Iron Works, - Two previous positions. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

A summer schedule

Head Shriner arrives for convention. Imperial Potentate Dana S. Williams and Mrs. Williams arrive in Washington, D.C. two days ahead of schedule to take part in the national convention of Shriners here next week. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are from Lewiston, Maine. 6/5/35

FIRST LADY CHRISTENS PLANE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 17. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND CAPT. EDDIE RICHENBACKER HOLDING THE BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE WHICH THE FIRST LADY USED TODAY IN CHRISTENING THE FLAGSHIP OF THE EASTERN AIR LINES WASHINGTON-NEW YORK RUN. UNDER THE NEW SCHEDULE WHICH STARTED TODAY, IT WILL BE A PLANE 'EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR' FROM 8 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT FROM WASHINGTON TO NEW YORK. THIS WILL MAKE THE RUN THE MOST FEQUENT AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE IN THE WORLD

Sleeping quarters for truckmen at Amity Hall, Pennsylvania. An attendant awakens the men at any hour of the day or night required by their schedule

[Wives] of Congressmen in speaking class have commencement and awarding of prizes. Washington, D.C., March 17. Mrs. Hugh Butler's little publicized speaking class for wives of Congressmen today completed its schedule of classes and the group gathered at a luncheon to award prizes. Mrs. Will M. Whittington, wife of the congressman from Mississippi won the award as best speaker and was presented with a book of fine speeches by Mrs. Hugh Butler. Left to right: Mrs. Whittington and Mrs. Butler, 3-17- 39

Shows ferry which crosses the Columbia River (Oregon to Washington.) Toll bridges are replacing the ferries which are private enterprises and do not run on schedule. Eastbound freight seen on Washington side

Price schedule in front of moving picture show. Redding, California

No absenteeism here. Knoxville, Tennessee. As he threw the switch that started the first generators of Tenessee Valley Authority's (TVA) Douglas Dam, a vital war power-production unit, Patrick P. Marshall, steam-fitter, said: "I realized that any day I was absent was a day given to the enemy." Marshall had been on the job for 374 consecutive workdays. He was chosen among eighteen workers, all of whom never missed a day of work on Douglas, to speak for the employees. He is shown here being congratulated by W.L. Batt, War Production Board (WPB) vice-chairman, on the completion of a job that is making aluminum for bombers ahead of schedule

Tank manufacture (Chrysler). Stockpiles such as these need constant replenishment now that M-3 tanks have reached a mass production schedule. These are wheel suspension lever forgings, stored outside the huge Chrysler tank arsenal in Detroit where 10,000 workers are turning out 28 ton rolling arsenals for the Army

Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. A rigid schedule, though they don't cover much ground. These men operate a locomotive inside the plant grounds, hauling scrap and other ingredients to the open hearth and electric furnaces for melting and refining

Tank manufacture (Chrysler). Stockpiles such as these need constant replenishment now that M-3 tanks have reached a mass production schedule. These are wheel suspension lever forgings, stored outside the huge Chrysler tank arsenal in Detroit where 10,000 workers are turning out twenty-eight ton rolling arsenals for the Army

Subcontracting aircraft parts. Full production, twenty-four hours daily, is the schedule on these control surfaces for Martin bombers as well as for many other aircraft parts being turned out in this huge converted airship dock in Ohio. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). These are some of the 26,000 men whose hands are fashioning powerful new additions to Uncle Sam's rapidly expanding naval forces. A few miles away at the yards of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, other thousands are also coming off their shifts. This scene is typical of dozens of shipyards throughout the nation. Shipyard workers have a lot to smile about, for invariably they have done their work so well and efficiently that production is ahead of schedule

Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). These are some of the 26,000 men whose hands are fashioning powerful new additions to Uncle Sam's rapidly expanding naval forces. A few miles away at the yards of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, other thousands are also coming off their shifts. This scene is typical of dozens of shipyards throughout the nation. Shipyard workers have a lot to smile about, for invariably they have done their work so well and efficiently that production is ahead of schedule

The launching of a 10,000 ton ship. Soon, one a week like this! The third 10,000 ton vessel to be launched from new shipyard on the East coast slides down the ways into the water. From the present one-every-two-weeks schedule, these "Virginia Dare" type vessels will shortly be produced at double speed; 90 ships in 90 weeks is the goal of the Maritime Commission

Subcontracting (Beery and Sons). A special jig on this milling machine at the shop of Beery and Sons meant a considerable cut in schedule on a small part ordered by a war subcontractor. If repeat orders for this part come, the time will be cut to one- eighth of the original schedule

Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). These are some of the 26,000 men whose hands are fashioning powerful new additions to Uncle Sam's rapidly expanding naval forces. A few miles away at the yards of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, other thousands are also coming off their shifts. This scene is typical of dozens of shipyards throughout the nation. Shipyard workers have a lot to smile about, for invariably they have done their work so well and efficiently that production is ahead of schedule

Schedule of camp activities at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) migratory farm labor camp mobile unit. Athena, Oregon

Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). These are some of the 26,000 men whose hands are fashioning powerful new additions to Uncle Sam's rapidly expanding naval forces. A few miles away at the yards of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, other thousands are also coming off their shifts. This scene is typical of dozens of shipyards throughout the nation. Shipyard workers have a lot to smile about, for invariably they have done their work so well and efficiently that production is ahead of schedule

Dearborn, Michigan. National Labor Relations Board election for union representation at the River Rouge Ford plant. NLRB schedule of voting showing the time and place each shift will vote

Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). These are some of the 26,000 men whose hands are fashioning powerful new additions to Uncle Sam's rapidly expanding naval forces. A few miles away at the yards of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, other thousands are also coming off their shifts. This scene is typical of dozens of shipyards throughout the nation. Shipyard workers have a lot to smile about, for invariably they have done their work so well and efficiently that production is ahead of schedule

Subcontracting (Beery and Sons). Plant conversion means machine conversion. This lathe at the Beery and Sons shop in Harrisonburg, Virginia, is being fitted for production of a small part needed by a war contractor. To the left of the lathe are some of the hurriedly constructed jigs and chucks turned out at the shop to speed delivery of various bits and pieces, often cutting the schedule as high as ninety-percent

Subcontracting (Beery and Sons). A special jig on this milling machine at the shop of Beery and Sons meant a considerable cut in schedule on a small part ordered by a war subcontractor. If repeat orders for this part come, the time will be cut to one- eighth of the original schedule

Launching of 10,000 ton ships. Soon, one a week like this! The third 10,000 ton vessel to be launched from new shipyard on the East coast slides down the ways into the water. From the present one-every-two-weeks schedule, these "Virginia Dare" type vessels will shortly be produced at double speed; 90 ships in 90 weeks is the goal of the Maritime Commission

San Antonio, Texas. From a position behind the "front lines", the airborne troopers were rushed to the objective on a split-second schedule to deliver the first blow in a carefully-planned offensive. A jeep is being loaded into a plane as part of this problem

De Land pool. Babcock airplane plant. Interior of the Babcock plant at De Land, Florida. When the Japanese struck Pearl Harbor, this was a dormant airplane plant. It was revived as a community project. Businessmen of De Land pooled their machines and resources, used this plant as a prime contractor to obtain war work, and now are producing over two-million dollars worth of war equipment in it. These motor repair racks, being turned out on a production schedule engineers termed "impossible" two months ago, are being built by former clerks, auto-mechanics and small shop operators who were caught by the impact of the war on their peacetime businesses

Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service. Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, becomes the home for WAVES in training. Here, midshipmen take on heavy schedule to learn the duties of an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve. Chow! The girls eat "twice as much" as in civilian life. But they keep too busy to take on weight

De Land pool. La Roe shop. Two grandmothers who are keeping up the production schedule of the La Roe's family shop at Eustis, Florida in processing vital parts for the De Land pool. At the left is Mrs. Ruby Laurence, Mr. La Roe's sister who came down from the north for a visit and stayed south to work on war production. At right is Mrs. La Roe

Chicago, Illinois. Workers studying the work schedule bulletin board at the roundhouse at a yard of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad

Equipment for a grim game. Medium-caliber guns roll in a growing stream from a large eastern arsenal as the war program reaches full schedule

Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service. Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, becomes the home for WAVES in training. Here, midshipmen take on heavy schedule to learn the duties of an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve. First uniform. Getting into uniform is one of the WAVES biggest thrills. Here a comely officer candidate tries hers on

Chicago, Illinois. Workmen studying a work schedule at the roundhouse at a yard of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad

Production. Aircraft. As the bit bites deep into tough metal, this mechinist in a large Western aircraft plant smiles with grim satisfaction. He's ahead of schedule, and he knows that every job completed ahead of time is a sharper thorn in the side of our enemies

War production drive. The labor-management committee in the Minneapolis plant of the Northern Pump Company had trouble with absenteeism, especially Saturday nights and Sundays. To overcome this, door prizes were distributed among the men who worked on those shifts. This photograph shows the announcements of $1,250 in weekly prize money. Since this picture was taken, the plant has been placed on a full seven-day schedule and prizes are no longer necessary to keep all shifts operating

Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service. Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, becomes the home for WAVES in training. Here, midshipmen take on a heavy schedule to learn the duties of an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve. G.I. textbooks are distributed to the Midshipmen

Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service. Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, becomes the home for WAVES in training. Here, midshipmen take on a heavy schedule to learn the duties of an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve. G.I. textbooks are distributed to the Midshipmen

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Perched high in the nose of a plane, this sailor mechanic is inspecting a Navy PBY at the naval air base in Corpus Christi, Texas. The ship has been reconditioned by civil service employee in the assembly and repair Department at the base. Every ship, after fulfilling its schedule of service, must be completely reconditioned. This work is done by the assembly and repair department

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Perched high in the nose of a plane, this sailor mechanic is inspecting a Navy PBY at the naval air base in Corpus Christi, Texas. The ship has been reconditioned by civil service employee in the assembly and repair Department at the base. Every ship, after fulfilling its schedule of service, must be completely reconditioned. This work is done by the assembly and repair department

Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service. Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, becomes the home for WAVES in training. Here, midshipmen take on heavy schedule to learn the duties of an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve. Officers on parade. Ensigns march in the regimental review

De Land pool. Skilled craftsmen. Speed, speed, and more speed is the watchword in the De Land, Florida pool, where former shoe clerks, salesmen and farmers, men from every walk of life, are working shoulder to shoulder in the Babcock plant, turning out war work with grim efficiency. L.A. Lutrell, above, is typical of the De Land businessmen who are rolling out motor racks for the Air Corps on a record breaking production schedule

To hold 2500 pounds of air pressure per square inch. Ready for a new operation in the manufacture of torpedoes at an eastern Navy arsenal. Production here is on a twenty-four hour schedule to meet war needs

Chicago, Illinois. Workers studying the work schedule bulletin board at the roundhouse at a yard of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad

Daytona Beach, Florida. Bethune-Cookman College. NYA (National Youth Administration) students who live in the regular school dormitory looking at class schedule

Production. Magnesium. Workmen seventy feet above ground are busily engaged in adding to the already gigantic proportions of Basic Magnesium's plant in the southern Nevada desert. A 24-hour production schedule results in turning out great quantities of magnesium for aircraft and tracer bullet manufacturers

Washington, D.C. The schedule for use of the boardinghouse bathroom is worked out so that each person has eight minutes in the morning. It is social suicide to ignore the schedule and cause a tie-up like this

Washington, D.C. The schedule for use of the boardinghouse bathroom is worked out so that each person has eight minutes in the morning. It is social suicide to ignore the schedule and cause a tie-up like this

Manhattan Beach Coast Guard training station. Coast Guard training station, Manhattan Beach, New York, is a tough one with a full schedule; recreation is not neglected. Dances and singing take up most of the leisure in the evening. Homer Smith, tenor of the noted radio Southernaires Quartet, is director of the Manhattan Beach Choral Society, composed of white and colored enlistees. He is shown rehearsing part of his group. Also shown is James O. Lewis, another well-known Negro entertainer, who has charge of dancing and entertainment for the Negro personnel at Manhattan Beach

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Schedule of the men attending school

Washington Court House, Ohio. Bus schedule at the depot

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Schedule sign

War workers' nursery. His milk and graham crackers, part of the Bella Vista Nursery School's afternoon schedule, do not seem to be totally occupying this young man's attention

War workers' nursery. Two or three hours of rest every afternoon is part of a modern day nursery's schedule. These children of war-working mothers are settling down for naps after a morning of indoor and outdoor play

Production. Magnesium. Magnesium, ready for war uses. Production of this lightest of all metals, vitally needed in the United Nations' war effort, is increasing daily at Basic Magnesium's giant plant in the southern Nevada desert. A 24-hour production schedule results in the turning out of thousands of ingots ready for shipment to aircraft and tracer bullet manufacturers

Shopton, near Fort Madison, Iowa. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway workmen in the roundhouse studying work schedule

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration training center, University of Maryland. College Park, Maryland. Classes are held in the regular classrooms of the University. Students start attending classes at 8:20 in the morning and continue through a regular schedule of classroom work during the entire day. Informal sessions are held in the evening

Roanoke station of the Norfolk and Western Railroad, Roanoke, Virginia. Schedule board

[Cohen residence, Siesta Key, Florida. Plan with opening schedule]

[River Park Cooperative Homes, Washington, D.C. Interior finish schedule]

[Oriental Masonic Gardens, Wilmot Road, New Haven, Connecticut. Unit specifications. Color schedule]

Creative display of the local high school's football team schedule on a building in little McGregor in McLennon County, Texas

Ready for postman. Washington, D.C., Oct. 7. After they are printed and folded for mailing at the Government Printing Office, the unemployment census questionaires are dumped into a mail chute which carries them direct to the Washington City Post Office. Working on a 24 hour schedule, the G.P.O. is printing them cards at the rate of 3,000,000 a day

[ Schedule for Danny Kaye at the University of South Carolina, May 17- 18, 1985]

Tentative Schedule for Danny Kaye: April 22 - 24 [1976]

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. 10/7/37

Post-Production Schedule [Musical Comedy Tonight II]

(Schedule A.) Rules to be observed by all the residents of Hopeland, Oregon. [n. p. n. d.].

Schedule "C" V.I.P. Committee Cocktail Party, Hotel Piccadilly, Manchester, Wednesday, 22nd May, 1974

Schedule "A" Royal Luncheon, Wednesday, 22nd May, 1974

Schedule "A" Royal Luncheon, Wednesday, 22nd May, 1974

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Who is Gustav Mahler? [typescript & mimeos of "Music Cues"/"Rehearsal Schedule"/[set design]]

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Who is Gustav Mahler? [typescript & mimeos of "Music Cues"/"Rehearsal Schedule"/[set design]]

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Who is Gustav Mahler? [typescript & mimeos of "Music Cues"/"Rehearsal Schedule"/[set design]]

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Who is Gustav Mahler? [typescript & mimeos of "Music Cues"/"Rehearsal Schedule"/[set design]]

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Who is Gustav Mahler? [typescript & mimeos of "Music Cues"/"Rehearsal Schedule"/[set design]]

Young People's Concerts Scripts: Who is Gustav Mahler? [typescript & mimeos of "Music Cues"/"Rehearsal Schedule"/[set design]]