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Fair play on both sides. Mr. Wickliffe pleads the statute too!!! [Kentucky] August 5, 1822.

The Tipperary janus, or both sides of the question / IB.

Old Iron Sides on a lee shore The U.S. Frigate Constitution Captn. Elliott, weathering Scilly, on her return from France, with the Hon. Edward Livingston on board on the night of the [Eleventh] of May 1835 / / drawn on stone by A. Hoffy, from a painting by J. Evans ; P.S. Duval, Lith. Philad.

It seems to be conceded on all sides that the bill for the relief of the sufferers by French spoliations prior to July 31, 1801, will be voted by Congress next winter ... James H. Causten. Washington City, October 10, 1849.

[Interior view of the Crystal Palace during the Great Industrial Exhibition of 1851 showing statues on the sides, fountain at center with a large tree in the background, and crowds of spectators]

Collins and Cunard. Raising the wind; or, both sides of the story

[Empress Carlota of Mexico, half-length portrait in cameo, surrounded by other cameo portraits of women, bordered on the sides by palm trees, shrubbery at bottom, topped by coat of arms and curled vine with leaves]

Bomb proof quarters at Ft. Burnham. The sides and top are 7 feet thick, contains two rooms, sleeping and cooking

"Masterly inactivity," or six months on the Potomac [caricature of inactivity of Confederate and Union soldiers on both sides of the Potomac River]

[Exterior view of store on the corner of the street with merchandise along the street sides and three people, shoppers and merchant(?), and a ladder leaning against the roof on the right]

Palisades of the Potomac, scenery unsurpassed : embracing the additions to Washington of Drovers Rest, White Haven, Toronto Heights, and River View, adjoining Washington and extending along the Potomac River on both sides of the Conduit Road for five miles to the Little Falls /

Palisades of the Potomac, scenery unsurpassed : embracing the additions to Washington of Drovers Rest, White Haven, Toronto Heights, and River View, adjoining Washington and extending along the Potomac River on both sides of the Conduit Road for five miles to the Little Falls /

[Gondolas along the sides of the Grand Canal in front of the Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy]

Two sides to the financial situation

[Mural, Melpomene, woman draped in red cloth, with two cherubs at her sides, in Library of Congress]

There are two sides to a story

[Gobuguoy, Walpi girl, half-length portrait, facing front, hair tied in swirls on sides of head, metal bead and bell choker, printed cotton dress, cotton shawl around shoulders]

Some picturesque sides of the exposition

A geographical curiosity: Mt. Edwards, in Glacier National [...] This peak, 9,000 feet high, was part of an ocean bed 100 mi[...] ago. Enormous pressure from far below forced it upward, [...] glaciers, rains, and snows gnawed at its sides. Shells and other forms of ocean life are found encrusted in the rocky slopes

A passing tug showing unloaders at work on both sides of harbor, Conneaut, Ohio

[White House state dining room, north and east sides, Washington, D.C.]

Miners pushing an "empty" (sides of tunnel show depth of coal vein), coal mine, Pittsburg, Pa., U.S.A.

Maple Mill, Dillon, S.C. Jasper Prevatt (smallest). Has doffed 3 years. Ben--Runs 3 sides. In mill 4 years. Lillian (next) Winds--In mill 8 years. Blennie (next). Bertha--winds. In mill 8 years. Location: Dillon, South Carolina.

Maple Mill, Dillon, S.C. Azy Warn--Winds. Stella Warn (little one) spins 4 sides. "Been at it a long time." Location: Dillon, South Carolina.

Maple Mill, Dillon S.C. Tebie Calder--Been in mill 1 year--runs 4 sides. Little sister-- Tince--Mother said, "She helps." Bystander said she works regularly and that plenty of other little ones do. Location: Dillon, South Carolina.

Slide No. 404. Smallest girl, runs and 4 sides, been in this mill for 3 years. The oldest girl said she goes to school but couldn't spell her own name.

Maple Mills, Dillon, S.C. Ruth Barnhill (elder). Been at it 4 years. Run 6 sides. Emma Barnhill 4 years in mill. 4 sides. Looked 10 years old. Location: Dillon, South Carolina.

Maple Mills, Dillon, S.C. John Roberts, Been in mill 2 years. Runs 4 and 5 sides. Location: Dillon, South Carolina.

Grace Harper (Looked 10 years old). Works in Lydia Mills, Clinton, S.C. Mother said she is very good hand at spinning. Been at it 3 years. Runs 4 and 5 sides, about 50 cents a day. Little sister Lettie helps. Mother said "she is learnin'." Looked 7 years old. Dec. 2/08. Witness Sara R. Hine. Location: Clinton, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Maple Mill, Dillon, S.C. Etta Squires,--12 years old. Been in mill 3 years. Runs 5 sides. Mother was very proud of this. She own two houses and doesn't work in the mill herself. Location: Dillon, South Carolina.

One of spinners in Whitnel Cotton Mfg. Co. (N.C.) She was 51 inches high. Had been in mill 1 year, some at night. Runs 4 sides, 48 cents a day. When asked how old, she hesitated, then said "I don't remember," Then confidentially, "I'm not old enough to work, but I do just the same." Out of 50 employees, ten children about her age. Location: Whitnel, North Carolina.

Dillon Mill (tallest) Lizzie McKenzie, Has helped 1/2 year. Mamie Baxley (holding baby). Been in mill 3 years. Runs 4 sides = 40 cents a day. Maud & Daisy "help." Location: Dillon, South Carolina.

Children of night superintendent, in Dickson Mill, Laurinburg, N.C. (1) Bessie Moore - runs 4 sides. Has worked two years nights. (2) Frank (smallest). Doffs. Has worked 2 yrs. nights. (3) George (largest). Looked 12 years old. Doffs--3 years of night work, was proud of the fact that he could write his name. Mother said they rather work nights because they had to put in fewer hours then. Sunday, Dec. 6, 1908. Witness, Sara R. Hine. Location: Laurinburg, North Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Springstein Mills, Chester, S.C. Maggie Wooten (Largest), creels on warper. Lillie Anderson--Oldest of two sisters. Been in mill five years. Runs only 4 sides. Minnie Anderson, - youngest- runs 8 sides. Been in mill 4 year. One finds many such cases where youngest sister does twice the amount of work. Nov. 28/08. Witness Sara R. Hine. Location: Chester, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Dillon Mills, Dillon S.C. (Boy) Ransom English--doffs, been in mill 6 years. (Next) Florence Burr--runs 5 sides. In mill 4 years. (Next) Bessie English - 3 sides, 3 years in mill. (Next) Alphie Burr - 2 sides, 1 year in mill. (Next) Lela English, 1 year in mill. 48 inches high. Saturday, Dec. 5, 1908. Location: Dillon, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Spinners. Smallest girl - Pearlie Turner, 408 East Long Ave. Been at it 3 years and runs six and seven sides. Her Sister (largest girl) runs only four sides. I found other cases where youngest sister did much more work than oldest and family stimulated her by praising her speed and the other's slowness. Location: Gastonia, North Carolina.

Maple Mills, Dillon, S.C. Lonnie Baker (tallest). Has doffed 4 years. Gets 40 cents a day. Bertie Baser--10 years old. 3 years in mill. Runs 3 sides = 30 cents a day. Location: Dillon, South Carolina.

Girl - Baner[?] Carswell. Been in mill 4 years. 12 years old. Runs 6 sides = 60 cents a day. Soon will run 8 = 80 cents a day. Father said "the wife of neighbor made $7.40 last week, $ 1.40 more than her husband. Women and girls makes more than the men." Child 8 yrs. old helps sister. Location: Gastonia, North Carolina.

Maggie Burton, 14 years old. A typical adolescent. Sister to Charley Burton (see large photo # 277). Been Spinning 6 years. Can run 7 sides = 70 cents a day . Does run 5 sides = 50 cents a day. Location: Gastonia, North Carolina.

Some of smaller "hands" on the night shift waiting for the whistle to blow. Whitnel N.C. Cotton Mill. The smallest boy and girl were about 50 inches high. One of the medium sized boys has doffed 4 years,--some at night. Get 60 cents a night. Smallest girl looked 10 years old. Been in mill 2 years. 1/2 year at night. Runs 8 sides part of the time. Photo by flashlight. Location: Whitnel, North Carolina.

In neighborhood of Maple Mill, Dillon, S.C. Lawrence Faircloth (taller boy) "Don't know how old I am." Been in mill 2 years. Runs 3 sides Albert Bartlett (barefoot) Looked 8 years old. In mill 2 years--Beginning to spin. Runs 2-1/2 sides = 25 cents a day. Bad conditions. Saturday, Dec. 5, 08. Location: Dillon, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Group of spinners in Elk Cotton Mills. Youngest girl hardly knew her name. Youngest boy runs two sides at ten cents each a day. Location: Fayetteville, Tennessee.

Young spinners in Elk Cotton Mills. Youngest girl hardly knew her name. Youngest boy runs two sides at ten cents each a day. Location: Fayetteville, Tennessee.

Some of the workers in Munford Cotton Mills. Smallest boy, in middle, a frail anaemic youngster, said he had been doffing over a year. Said he was twelve, but I doubt it. Other small boy, on left, spinner, runs four sides, been working there two years. Location: Munford, Alabama.

Most of the workers in Munford Cotton Mills. The smallest boy, in middle, a frail anaemic youngster, said he had been doffing over a year. Said he was 12 years old, but I doubt it. The other small boy, on left, is a spinner, runs four sides, been working there two years. Said he was 12; - but --?. Location: Munford, Alabama.

One of the youngest spinners in the Washington Cotton Mills, Fries, Va. Hettie Roberts. Runs two sides. Been working several weeks. Location: Fries, Virginia.

Dependent (able-bodied) Parents. Smith Family, West Point, Miss. Three girls (in front) work in the mill. This boy and others work up town. Came from an Alabama farm six months ago. Smallest spinner runs two sides. "Father just putters around. Don't work steady." "We all like the mill work better'n the hot sun on farm." House barren and run down. Location: West Point, Mississippi.

Family of A.P. Stata (he is at church). Father, son and two oldest girls in photo work in Washington Cotton Mills, Fries, Va. The little spinner on left of photo has been working three years. Runs six sides. Can run eight, "if they'd let me." Location: Fries, Virginia.

Herbert, a doffer, and Walter, a spinner (learning , but runs about two sides). Works steadily in Magnolia (Miss.) Cotton Mills. Location: Magnolia, Mississippi.

Lillie Robertson, a young spinner in Century Cotton Mills, South Boston, Va. Runs four sides. Sister Mamie (with cup) helps her and is ten years old. Baby doesn't work yet. Father works in wagon factory. Cotton Mills work is slack. Location: South Boston, Virginia.

Lillian Nettles, an eleven year old spinner in Magnolia Cotton Mills, Magnolia, Miss. Her sister said, " She ain't old 'nuff to draw pay," but she helps regularly, and says she can run two sides. Worked steadily all the time I was in the mill. There are nine in the family; five in the mill, including the father. "We like the mill work much better than farming," they said. Recently moved in from a small farm 50 miles a way. Location: Magnolia, Mississippi.

[Men and horses on sides of a tree-lined stream during the Mexican Revolution]

Mrs. Streety (a widow) and family. West Point, Miss. The four children on the ground work in the mill. Oldest makes 90 cents a day, - the next, 70 cents, - the boy 30 cents, ("He's slow," they said.) and Eva makes 28 cents a day. Eva is learning to spin. Can run two sides soon. She is 12 now (which is doubtful) but said that she learned [to] spin before she was 12. Location: West Point, Mississippi.

Maud Cheek one of the young spinners in the Drayton Mill, Spartenberg [sic], S.C., runs 7 sides. Worked in another mill before she came here. Maud's two sisters Blanche and Grace all in the spinning room with her. Father did not appear to be working. Location: Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Birdie[?] Watts and Ellen Watts spinners in Clifton Mills, Clifton, S.C. They run 5 sides each (about 55 cents a day) been at it 2 years. Mother is a widow. Location: Clifton, South Carolina.

A part of the Hopkins family. All of these (and "except the least one") in the mill. Belton Mfg. Co. The two girls together run 10 sides $1.10 a day. The little girl apparently not 12 years old couldn't write her name. The next to the smallest boy doesn't appear to be 12 years makes 50 cents a day sweeping. 3 others not in the photo, work. The mother showed me the family record of the older half of the family. "The other list got destroyed." (Queer.) Location: Belton, South Carolina.

Little girl is Estelle Hopkins. The two girls together run 10 sides $1.10 a day. (See Label 3024) Belton Mfg. Co.,. Location: Belton, South Carolina.

Maud Cheek one of the young spinners in the Drayton Mill, Spartenberg[sic], S.C., runs 7 sides. Worked in another mill before she came here. Location: Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Nerva Wright, 119 William St., runs 4 sides in Saxon Mill, Spartenberg [sic], S.C. Been spinning one year. 3 children are in the mill. "My eyes hurt me when I'm out doors. It's so dark in the spinnin room." Location: Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Fourteen year old spinner in a Brazos Valley Cotton Mill at West. Violation of the law. Matty Lott runs six sides. See family group and their story. Location: West, Texas.

Ada Griffith, a very young spinner in Massachusetts Mills, Lindale, Ga. Runs 4 sides. Apparently under 12. Location: Lindale, Georgia.

Fourteen year old spinner in a[?] Brazos Valley Cotton Mill at West. Violation of the law. Matty Lott runs six sides. See family group and their story. Location: West, Texas.

Fourteen year old spinner in Brazos Valley Cotton Mill at West. Violation of the law. Matty Lott runs six sides. See family group and their story. Location: West, Texas.

[Ollie Johnson. Bible records shows her 10 years old. She goes into the Anniston Mfg. Co. regularly to help her sister Annie spin. Her mother admits it also. Says all the children learn to spin that way. Ollie said: "I have kep up 3 sides for Annie." Sister Annie's Bible record says 12 years old last February. Has a steady job here; runs 4 sides. Mother said Annie learned to spin at Pell City Mill before she was 12, and thought it was all right. Their step-father said: "I'm so porely, thinkin of movin where the climate is better." The whole family works. See 8846.] Location: [Anniston, Alabama]

Ollie Johnson. Bible records shows her 10 years old. She goes into the Anniston Mfg. Co. regularly to help her sister Annie spin. Her mother admits it also. Says all the children learn to spin that way. Ollie said: "I have kep up 3 sides for Annie." Sister Annie's Bible record says 12 years old last February. Has a steady job here; runs 4 sides. Mother said Annie learned to spin at Pell City Mill before she was 12, and thought it was all right. Their step-father said: "I'm so porely, thinkin of movin where the climate is better." The whole family works. See 8846. Location: Anniston, Alabama.

Cradles have no sides, a wide cloth band drawn tight keeping the baby from falling out

A Giddings beet-puller, drawn by 4 horses. The two knives pass along the sides of the beet rows and loosen the soil -- but they do not pull the beets -- the workers finish pulling by hand, often with some extra exertion. A kind of hand plow puller is often used on small farms. Near Sterling, Oct. 23/15. Location: Sterling [vicinity], Colorado.

All night the Liberta quivered under the feet of Cammarillo's fighting men. They swarmed up the sides and spread themselves over the decks, the cabins, the saloon and the rigging

Miscellaneous houses. Two-story stucco house with arcades on sides II

Lebanon. Ehden to cedars. Village of Bsherreh. A close view showing terraced mountain sides

Furniture and other home furnishings. Loveseat with straight sides

Miscellaneous houses. House with screened porch on two sides

Miscellaneous houses. Two-story stucco house with arcades on sides I

Waldorf, Maryland and vicinity. View down road with buildings on both sides

[Boxer Tut Jackson clothed in boxing trunks, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, with his arms extended out from his sides, showing his reach]

The island of Capri off the Bay of Naples Steaming into the harbor of Naples allows one a view that is hardly surpassed in the world. Behind the ships at anchor in the blue waters of the bay a fringe of white villas lies at the bottom of towering Vesuivius [i.e., Vesuvius] brown, threatening and constantly emitting smoke as a warning to the grape growers who cling to its sides.

Baseball season opens at Capitol. Sen. Pat Harrison of Miss. and Sen. Geo. W. Pepper of Pa. officially open baseball season for the Senate Pages by 'choosing sides.' Sen. Samuel M. Ralson of Ind. and Sen. Royal S. Copeland of N.Y. are interested on-lookers. L to r, center of photo: Senators Pepper, Copeland, Ralston, and Harrison

Spectators lined both sides of pageant route, Baltimore and Ohio Centenary

Miscellaneous houses. Two-story stucco house with arcades on sides

Wheeler dam and powerhouse. Visitors' reception room in Wheeler control building. Windows on three sides and overlook terrace adjoining offer complete view of plant and surroundings. Fourth wall used for description of TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) program. Floor: gray-brown terrazo, divided into large squares by white metal strips. Wainscot, window sills, trim around doorway and curb at footlights brownish-red precast terrazo. Walls burlap covered, painted subdued tan. Windows aluminum. Ceiling and upper part of walls, plaster painted warm gray with warm off-white reflecting circles and cove across end (ceiling acoustic plaster). Lighting indirect. Lights in cove across end of room also throw downward, directed by lenses toward wall display and shielded by aluminum louvers. Behind curb inclined contol lens footlights and louver (aluminum) shielding air exhaust. Supply through ceiling grilles which border ceiling on two sides. Deep trim around doorway intended as shield while passing footlights. Display in gray, black and tan, keyed with general color scheme. Guard's desk of natural oak and ebomized birch, with raised ledge for visitor's registration

Hiwassee Dam and powerhouse. This plant is in a remote location and has relatively few visitors. The reception is correspondingly small. Its scheme of lighting may be noted. The round holes in the ceiling conceal "downlight" units which concentrate strong direct light on persons and objects from invisible sources. Background lighting is supplied from tubular units laid in coves along two sides of the room which throw light chiefly on the upper part of the walls and the light colored portion of the ceiling. Visible light fixtures are combined with air conditioning outlets and are decorative only. A large window along the left side of the room permits observation of the control room

Guntersville Dam and powerhouse. View of entrance end of generator hall from generator floor. Raised platform at end serves as delivery and assembly space for machinery, also as visitors' overlook. Machine repair and electrical shops are located under platform. Offices in downstream wing are served by open corridor, beginning of which is seen on upper floor to the right of the picture. Directly below, control room which can be inspected from entrance platform. Windows of generator hall along sides are of glass brick (as at Chickamauga, also) for heat insulation and easier maintenance

Dead Sea Album, prepared for the Palestine Potash Ltd. Houses in camp are open on both sides except for wire screening

Corn crib near Bartlett, West Virginia. Typically-formed crib, following shape of southeastern American Indian crib but adapted in materials by European colonists. This crib with typically flaring sides, found commonly in Michigan and Ohio

Tel Deweir. N. & N.E. sides of Tell, Iron Age line visible, remains of Persian Res.

Still smiling, Washington, D.C. Sept. 23. Although they were unable to march these G.A.R. vets received a big hand from the crowd that lined both sides of Pennsylvania Avenue to view, what may be the last parade of the Grand Army of the Republic. They are, left to right: James C. Thomas, Mich., Samuel P. Town, Phila. Pa., Russel C. Martin, Los Angeles, Cal.

Hearst Representatives at A.F. of L., Washington, D.C. Oct. 14. E.G. Woods, (left) and Harvey Kelly represented William Randolph Hearst at the special hearing before the American Federation of Labor today when evidence on the Seattle Post-Intelligence strrike was submitted from both sides

A.F. of L. hearing, Washington, D.C. Oct. 14. Bert Swain (left) and Claude O. Reilly, representing the Seattle Trade Union Council, testified before the Executive Committee of the American Federation of Labor today on the Seattle Post-Intelligence strike. After the evidence is in the A.F. of L. will endeavor to settle the dispute in a manner agreeable to both sides

Washington, Yakima County, Roza Irrigation Canal. Sides concrete, lined by machine. The project, when complete in 1945, will open 72,000 acres to cultivation in East Yakima and West Benton Counties

Public Health Service Investigation Commission to the China-Burma highway, Chefang (vicinity), China. Small irrigation ditch in the rice fields formerly had anopheles minimus mosquitoes breeding in pockets all along it. It has been rechanneled, as indicated by the new mud piled up on both sides. But the cattle have already trampled it; vegetation is growing in the cattle tracks and minimus are starting to breed in it again. The ditch had to be dusted with Paris green

Water seepage from newly irrigated land on top of bench, eroding sides. A problem for the Reclamation Service, Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon. See General Caption number 67-I

Water seepage from newly irrigated land on top of bench, eroding the sides. A problem for the Reclamation Servive. Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon

The houses of Bisbee, Arizona, are built along the sides of the mountains and long stairways are necessary to reach them. This is a copper mining center

War production drive poster. "We Have Axis to Grind" One of the huge posters which employees of the Northern Pump Company, of Minneapolis, place on the sides of freight cars leaving the plant. The ideas originated with the men themselves. In this way the labor-management committee broadcasts to the countryside its resolve to help win the war. It is estimated that millions of Americans see these traveling posters as they move across the country to their destinations

Potato storage barn on a field near Caribou, Maine. The earth is built up around the sides to provide a more even temperature throughout the year

Looking down on the highway leading into Bisbee, Arizona. This highway becomes the main street in town and the houses are built up the sides of the mountain

Army truck manufacture (Dodge). Special blue drab paint sprayed through the stencil affixes the government serial number of each Dodge Army truck permanently on the sides of the hood where they can be easily seen

War Production Board (WPB) poster. "The Hot Seat." One of the huge posters which employees of the Northern Pump Company, of Minneapolis, place on the sides of freight cars leaving the plant. The ideas originated with the men themselves. In this way the labor-rmanagement committee broadcasts to the countryside its resolve to help win the war. It is estimated that millions of Americans see these traveling posters as they move across the country to their destinations

Potato storage barn showing earth built up around the sides. Such construction helps maintain a more even temperature the year round. Near Caribou, Maine

Timbered tunnel leading into mine. San Juan County, Colorado. Barren mountain sides attest to the amounts of timber which was used in construction of such tunnels as this