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The red shade shews the part of Port Royal belonging to Mess'rs Sands & Lynch : [Washington D.C.] /

The tree of liberty. The free population of the United States enjoying the refreshing shade of the tree of liberty

The tomb and shade of Ellsworth

Shade of A.T.S.-- "Oh, if I could only find my body!" / Gillam.

Washington Street shade trees

[Man inspecting shade tobacco in field, Cuba]

The Easter hat throws everything else in the shade

[African American women holding umbrellas to provide shade from the sun, with two men, and with a building (church or meeting house) in the background]

[Welcome shade, cattle study, Mobile, Ala.]

The shade of Jefferson protests / J.S. Pughe.

While the soldiers were being entertained in the dining-hall, the children were sent out to eat their evening meal under the shade of an oak tree

[Marie Dressler, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing lamp shade style hat on her head]

Cutting tobacco in the shade of banana trees, Province of Havana, Cuba

Senator Warren G. Harding, Republican nominee for President, posing in the shade of his front porch at Marion, Ohio for Louis Keila, noted sculptor

Egyptian Hotels, Ltd, Cairo. Mena House hotel. A garden party. Almost in shade of great pyramid

Hamals or porters are trained from infancy to carry great loads on their backs. The son succeeds the father in the business and becomes a member of the union Parasols are carried by fat Hoxhas or priests to protect them from the hot sun. Their religion does not allow them to wear broad brimmed hats as they cannot shade their eyes from Allah.

Coal barges and the passers whose bodies are as black as night with coal dust Malta presents a white stone hill of buildings and forts with not an inch of shade from the hot eastern sun.

A zero job in Milan. Throwing switches all day in the shade of a parasol The last silk hat in Italy. An old driver in Milan who withstands the competition of the modern auto taxi ; Genoa. The most famous cemetery in the world where wives erect marble statues of themselves in weeping poses on their departed husbands' graves and before the tomb is green are partners in another marriage venture.

This boat with a special receiving was left by scientists of the U.S. Geological Survey in a trip through the Grand Canyon of Colo. in 1923. This set with the oars as an aerial picked up news of the death of Pres. Harding three-quarters of an hour after his death. This was quite some feat considering the set was 3,000 ft. below sea level and 100 degrees in the shade

New broadcasting studios on Queen Milisande's Way, Jerusalem. Group of engineering staff, group in shade behind the house

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Fat man dozing in the shade of a tree, New Hampshire

Pea fields of the Imperial Valley, California. Tamarisk trees are commonly planted along the irrigation ditches for shade so necessary in this desert valley. Note water barrels

Chinaberry tree in yard of Joseph LaBlanc. Crowley, Louisiana. These trees grow quickly and produce ample shade in two years

Residents of "Tin Town" sitting in the shade, near Caruthersville, Missouri

The last frontier. Kern County, California. No water, no shade, no sanitation for the families who camp here during the potato harvesting season. When the season is over they move on. The tin cans and rubbish remain

Small child playing in the scant shade of weeds and bean plants near Muskogee, Oklahoma. She had accompanied her elder sister to the bean patch because it was cooler there than in the potato fields where the mother was working

Story-and-a-half weatherboard house. Note chinaberry tree, common for shade. Note soil erosion in foreground. Note corner of tobacco field. Person County, North Carolina

Idle men seated in shade on the other side of Pastime Cafe, three weeks before opening of Klamath Basin potato harvest. California, Siskiyou County, Tulelake. See general caption number 43

Military road block at junction Ramleh-Lydda Road, later with shade erection

Military road block at junction Ramleh-Lydda Road, later with shade erection, closer

Independence (vicinity), Polk County, Oregon. Wife of an ex-logger, now a migratory field worker, resting in the shade of the hop vine at noon. General caption 45-1

Military road block at junction Ramleh-Lydda Road, later with shade erection, closer

Teacher eats lunch with children in shade of trees on school grounds. Grundy County, Iowa

New broadcasting studios on Queen Milisande's Way, Jerusalem. Group of Engineering Staff, on front steps of Palestine Broadcasting Service. bld'g [i.e., building], group in shade behind the house

The Dept. of Health, Mobile Ophthalmic Clinic. Operating in Arab villages of the South Country, N.E. of Gaza. Left to right: Dr. Shukeir, the Mukhtar of Nedjd village & Dr. V. L. Ferguson taking coffee in shade of van

Cheesecloth covering used in growing shade grown tobacco; the stalks lying on the ground are left after the tobacco is cut; Suffield, Conn.

Resting in the shade on fiesta day, Taos, New Mexico

Cheese cloth covering used for "shade grown" tobacco. The stalks lying on the ground were left after the tobacco was cut. Suffield, Connecticut

Melrose, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Cows lying on shade along country road during heat of the day

Air raid protection--what to do in your home. If you plan to use the cellar during air raids it is a good idea to put heavy paint on the windows. Flat black paint is best but if you put enough coats of any color on, it will keep the light from coming through. It is also well (and not shown in this picture) to use cardboard to shade the light and keep it from shining directly on the windows; the kind of cardboard that comes in shirts from the laundry is light-proof, but a little heavier kind will keep the glass splinters from flying if there is a nearby burst

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Cultivating shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Suckering shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Cultivating shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Cultivating shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Picnicking in the shade. Fourth of July, Vale, Oregon

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Pile of rabbit brush and sage brush which will be used for heating, etc. Farm on the Vale-Owyhee irrigation project, Malheur County, Oregon. There are no trees except those raised and irrigated for shade and ornamental purposes and their wood is much too valuable to be burned

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Suckering shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Suckering shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Boys read storybooks in the shade. Caldwell, Idaho

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Boys read storybooks in the shade. Caldwell, Idaho

Cultivating shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun and some insects. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Cultivating shade tobacco covered by "fields" of cheesecloth to protect it from the sun. Near Hartford, Connecticut

Lauderdale County, Alabama. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Julien H. Case resting in the shade of one of the 100 year-old white oaks on his farm

Childersburg, Alabama. Cousa Court defense housing project. Well-planned houses, lawns and shade trees make a pleasant home for Dupont powder plant workers

Troops at a U.S. Army airbase in New Hebrides manning a heavy machine gun. Left to right: Private First Class Elliott Moore, Trenton, New Jersey; Corporal Raymond Elliott, Jaspar, Alabama; Corporal Johnny Jackson, Augusta, Georgia; Private First Class Shade Mackee, Jr., Ashland, Alabama

Nyssa, Oregon (vicinity). House of Japanese-American family who were evacuated from a costal area and now work and live on a farm in Nyssa. The Japanese-Americans insist that they require shade, decent house, electricity and ample water

Grinding aircraft parts (one with inverted lamp shade). Tiny parts for aircraft are here being surface ground by a small machine shop in New York City whose peacetime products are industrial saws and knives. The same skill and machinery needed to produce saws and knives is thus being turned to the job of winning the war

Washington, D.C. Picnicking in shade of willow trees on Hains Point

Childersburg, Alabama. Cousa Court defense housing project. Family cooling off in the shade in the evening

Buna (vicinity), New Guinea. Native stretcher bearers in New Guinea carrying American wounded from the front lines pause to rest themselves and the soldiers in the shade of a coconut grove, enroute to hospitals in the rear

Ontario, Oregon (vicinity). House in shade built by white farmer for Japanese-American family of farm workers

Naval air base, Corpus Christi, Texas. War-time luncheon "under the shade of ....a Navy plane. These women workers held man-size jobs in the Assembly and Repair Department at the Corpus Christi, Texas, naval air base. Slack suits and coveralls take the place of afternoon frocks for these workers

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A woman and children in the shade of the trees at Fairmont Park

Arlington Farms, war duration residence halls. The main street at Arlington Farms is lined with huge shade trees

Oswego, New York. A window shade factory on the Oswego River

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A group of women in the shade at Fairmont Park

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A group of women seated in the shade at Fairmont Park

San Augustine, Texas. Farm family waiting in the shade opposite the courthouse on Saturday afternoon

Washington, D.C. This U.S. Office of Price Administration clerk, speaking of her boardinghouse room says: "The light looks like an angel when I leave the shade off, so I do so"

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Watching the tennis players from the shade of the trees in Fairmont Park

Sterling Advertising Agency, Inc., 70 W. 40th St., New York City. Large skirt shade lamp

Mrs. T. Le Fort, residence at 116 E. 63rd St., New York City. Bedroom window I with columbia shade

Mrs. T. Le Fort, residence at 116 E. 63rd St., New York City. Bedroom window II with columbia shade

[American soldier reads a newspaper in the shade under a U.S. Marine tank in Beirut, Lebanon] / [TOH].

Estee Lauder, in a vivid print from Yves Saint Laurent, puts today's face on customer by using darker shade of lipstick / World Journal Tribune photo by Bill Sauro.

Cradle Board Shade

Aerial view of Ben Burnside's place, showing garden with fodder shocks, house, outbuildings, and shade garden

Aerial view of Ben Burnside's place, showing garden with fodder shocks, house, outbuildings, and shade garden

Dave Bailey and Homer Pettry making music in the shade

Dave Bailey and Homer Pettry making music in the shade

Cattle find shade in rural Llano County, Texas

Cattle find shade in rural Llano County, Texas

Most, but not all, cattle in a field in Ellis County, Texas, grab some shade on a sunny afternoon

Cattle seek a spot of shade in Donley County in the Texas panhandle

Most, but not all, cattle in a field in Ellis County, Texas, grab some shade on a sunny afternoon

Lovely combination of shade trees and vivid wildflowers on the LBJ Ranch, once home to President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, near Stonewall in the Texas Hill Country

Lovely combination of shade trees and vivid wildflowers on the LBJ Ranch, once home to President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, near Stonewall in the Texas Hill Country

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