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Complete railway map designed and engraved from the original maps, charts and schedules furnished by railway engineers, agents &c to accompany the American Railway Guide.

Railroad rates and schedules for National American Woman Suffrage Association New Orleans convention

Automatic time-teller, Washington, D.C., Oct. 3. Tired of searching thru maps and schedules whenever some one in the State Department wanted to know what time it was in Rio of Timbuktu, Samuel Boggs, the department's geographer, has devised his own automatic time-teller. It is rotating disk-like chart which tells at a glance the time of day and the day of the week in any part of the world. The world as it would look from the North Pole is charted on the disk and then divided into hour zones

PRESIDENT SIGNS POSTAL PROCLAMATION. WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 31. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SIGNING A PROCLAMATION TODAY APPROVING MODIFICATION OF POSTAL SCHEDULES TO REDUCE BY ONE-AND-A HALF CENTS A POUND RATES ON BOOKS WHICH CARRY NO ADVERTISING MATTER. THE REDUCTION IS EFFECTIVE WITHOUT REFERENCE TO POSTAL ZONES. EFFECTIVE FROM NOVEMBER 1 TO JUNE 30, 1939, THE REDUCTION WAS MADE IN AN EFFORT TO STIMULATE EDUCATION THROUGH READING

Movie star before senate committee. Washington, D.C., April 3. The S.R.O. sign was hung out today at the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee Hearing as Robert Montgomery, movie star, appeared to express his opposition to a bill designed to prohibit "Block booking" and "Blind selling" two trade practices which curb the discretion that a movie house owner has in selecting pictures to be shown in his community. Speaking as a former President of the Screen Actors Guild, Montgomery told the Committee that the Guild and their lawyers have come to the very definite conclusion that if the bill should become a law it would cut in half the production schedules of the Motion Picture Industry. 4-3- 39

FIRST LADY CHRISTENS NEW FLEET OF AIRLINER. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 4. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PUTTING THE FINISHING TOUCHES ON ONE OF A NEW FLEET OF DOUGLAS AIRLINERS PUT INTO OPERATION TODAY BY THE PENNSYLVANIA-CENTRAL AIRLINES. THE NEW PLANES, TO BE KNOWN AS THE CAPITAL FLEET, WILL OPERATE ON SIX SCHEDULES DAILY FROM WASHINGTON. C. BEDELL MONRO, PRESIDENT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA-CENTRAL AIRLINES, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

Detroit, Michigan (vicinity). Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant. Many conferences over production schedules, blueprints, etc. are required to maintain the smooth steady flow of Dodge Army trucks from the production lines

Detroit, Michigan (vicinity). Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant. Many conferences over production schedules, blue prints, etc. are required to maintain the smooth, steady flow of Dodge Army trucks from the production lines

Salinas, California. Charts showing schedules for treating guayule seed

America's production chief. Arriving at his office about 8:30, Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board (WPB), tackles a stack of correspondence with his secretary, Miss Iona Thornton, before plunging into the daily conferences. He has no rigid iroutine for work since each day is shaped by new situations and problems. But certain schedules are fixed, like the WPB meeting every Tuesday and his weekly conferences with the President's cabinet

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Navy N2S primary land plane, ready for afternoon flight trips at the naval air base in Corpus Christi, Texas. These ships are completely reconditioned, after fulfilling their service schedules by civil service employees at the base

Detroit, Michigan (vicinity). Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant. Many conferences over production schedules, blueprints, etc. are required to maintain the smooth steady flow of Dodge Army trucks from the production lines

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Flight's over--an N3N training plane is safe on the dollie and pilot and instructor go back to the hangar. After fulfilling their service schedules, planes at the Corpus Christi, Texas, naval air base are completely reconditioned by civil service mechanics attached to the base

Fort Benning. Armored forces peronnel. Sergeant of the armored forces and commanding officer of a halftrac scout car. One of the capable men teaching recruits at Fort Benning, Georgia some of the good American ways of upsetting Japanese schedules

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Navy N2S, primary land plane, ready for afternoon flight trips at the naval air base in Corpus Christi, Texas. These ships are completely reconditioned after fulfilling their service schedules by civil service employees at the base

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Navy N2S, primary land plane, ready for afternoon flight trips at the naval air base in Corpus Christi, Texas. These ships are completely reconditioned after fulfilling their service schedules by civil service employees at the base

Chicago, Illinois. In the ticket selling department at Union Station. Ticket seller is selecting a ticket. On the blackboard above is a reference table volumes in which detailed information on rates and schedules may be found

Keysville, Virginia. Randolph Henry High School. Mr. J. M. Garber, principal, working with two students on their next semester's schedules

Office of War Information News Bureau. George McMillan, assistant chief of the OWI news bureau, talks over a program for a series of releases on inflation with Herb Plummer, standing at his right, Jack Durham and Joe Polakoff. When a series of releases is planned, the news bureau schedules them, often including plans for releases for rural papers, trade papers, house organs, etc., as well as the daily press

Chicago, Illinois. In the ticket selling department at Union Station. Ticket seller is selecting a ticket. On the blackboard above is a reference table volumes in which detailed information on rates and schedules may be found

Kansas City, Missouri. Freight rate men at the freight depot. The schedules on their desks list freight rates to various points in the United States

Radio Broadcast Schedules - 1938

Galento puts up 10-grand note as challenge to Joe Louis. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Roly Poly Tony Galenton today deposited with the D.C. Boxing Commission ten thousand dollars as a challenge to Joe Louis for a championship bout. Tony claims Joe Louis ran out on him when he accepted a bout with John Henry Lewis instead. Left to right - sitting- Secretary Harvey L. Miller of the D.C., Boxing Commission - Tony Galento, Joe Jacobs, his manager. Standing is Herman Taylor, Philadelphia promoter whose schedules bout between Galento and Louis was postponed because of Tony's illness, 11/9/38

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

Rehearsal Schedules - Jun/Jul 1939 - NYC

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