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View of the Rebel fort and works, on Mud Island comprehending Red-Bank on the Jersey shore; taken from * [southeast shore of Carpenter's Island] in front of the 6 gun battery / surveyed & drawn by P. Nicole.

[Early photographic view of Washington, D.C. from the Capitol, looking southeast]

[Early photographic view of Washington, D.C. from the Capitol, looking southeast]

Bridge across the Albion River, looking Southeast, Mendocino County

Southeast Custer County, Nebraska.

"Visiting Day." Southeast Custer County, Nebraska.

Southeast Custer County, near Ansley, Nebraska.

Southeast of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska

W.P. Hyatt, Cat Creek or Elk Creek in Southeast Custer County, Nebraska.

[Looking S.E. (i.e., Southeast), Kyles of Bute, Scotland]

Petra. Temple of el-Khazneh [from the southeast]

[East front of U.S. Capitol from southeast]

Southeast from the barren slopes of Pelée above St. Pierre, Martinique, F.W.I., Professor Heilprin in foreground

Southeast over Baltimore Street and Hopkins Place, where the great fire started, Baltimore, Md.

[Union Station, Wash., D.C., ca. 192-. Full view from southeast]

White House, East Colonial Garden [i.e. Southeast flower garden, which replaced the East Colonial Garden]

Washington, D.C. views. Southeast section of Washington, D.C. from monument

Washington, D.C. Southeast from top of monument in winter II

Treasury Department. Southeast side of Treasury Department with part of Sherman Monument IV

Washington, D.C. Southeast from top of monument in winter I

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument with retouching

Treasury Department. Southeast side of Treasury Department with part of Sherman Monument III

Treasury Department. Southeast side of Treasury Department with part of Sherman Monument II

Treasury Department. Southeast side of Treasury Department with part of Sherman Monument I

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument

[White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. Southeast garden]

[White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. Southeast garden]

[White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. Southeast garden]

D.C. Washington, streets, ca. 1924 - Southeast corner of 16th and U Streets, N.W.

[Greece - Athens - The Parthenon - far view, from southeast]

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument with retouching

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument VI

Washington, D.C. Southeast from top of Washington Monument at night III

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument I

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument VII

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument with clouds I

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument between trees I

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument II

Washington, D.C. Southeast from top of Washington Monument at night I

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument III

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument with clouds II

Washington, D.C. Southeast from top of Washington Monument at night II

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument between trees II

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument IV

Washington Monument. Southeast side of Washington Monument V

Families who received grants under the Labor Rehabilitation Program agreed to build food storages to preserve canned foods, set at eighty quarts per person. Here are two of the homemade food storages. Southeast Missouri

All varieties of tubers were preserved by the Labor Rehabilitation families. Here a young wife is picking up potatoes for storage for winter. Southeast Missouri

President discusses power pool, Washington, D.C., Sept. 30. President Roosevelt discussed the question of pooling private and public electric power with private and government power experts at the White House today. After a conference that lasted most of the afternoon Frank R. McNinch, Chairman, Federal Power Commission, and Wendell L. Wilkie, President of Commonwealth and Southern Corporation, emerged from the President's office to state that President Roosevelt had agreed to consider pooling Government hydroelectric projects and private power facilities in the TVA area. The president's decision will not only mean an exchange between the Tennessee Valley Authority and private utilities of the Southeast but touch possibilities for Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River and other public works projects. Harris and Ewing, Alexander Sachs, extreme right

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

Southeast Missouri project field. House erection. Interior partition being put in place

Child of sharecropper, Southeast Missouri Farms

Southeast Missouri Farms. Sharecropper's wife and children. La Forge project, Missouri

Southeast Missouri Farms. Interior of schoolhouse, La Forge, Missouri

Southeast Missouri Farms. Home on new farm unit. La Forge project, Missouri

Southeast Missouri Farms. Child of FSA (Farm Security Administration) client getting corn from crib

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

Interior of barn. Southeast Missouri project

Sharecropper's cabin, Southeast Missouri Farms

Southeast Missouri Farms. Corner of cooperative store on opening day. La Forge project, Missouri

Southeast Missouri Farms. FSA (Farm Security Administration) client signing papers. FSA office, La Forge project, Missouri

Barn erection. Raising second half of gable end. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Privy used by sharecroppers, Southeast Missouri Farms

Southeast Missouri Farms. Son of sharecropper washing hands

Southeast Missouri Farms. Children of FSA (Farm Security Administration) client, former sharecropper, in bedroom of shack home. Note sign "God bless our home"

Southeast Missouri Farms. Farmers talking together in cooperative store. La Forge project, Missouri

Farmer sitting on rotted porch of his old home, Southeast Missouri farms

FSA (Farm Security Administration) client, Southeast Missouri Farms

Southeast Missouri Farms. Child of sharecropper wiping hands in kitchen

House erection. As subfloor is being finished, truck arrives with a load of panels. Southeast Missouri Project

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

Southeast Missouri Farms. FSA (Farm Security Administration) client sitting on load of cotton seed

Old cabin of FSA (Farm Security Administration) client, former sharecropper, Southeast Missouri Farms Project

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

Daughter of farmers near La Forge Project, Missouri. Southeast Missouri Farms school

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

Southeast Missouri Farms Project. Fitting culvert between main road and farm drive

Southeast Missouri Farms Project. Drainage ditch

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

House plant. Priming finished panels in the stack. Stacks were doubled for this reason. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Barn erection. Unloading barn panels around circumference of the foundation. These panels were loaded in order of distribution at the site. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Southeast Missouri Farms Project. House erection. Trusses are raised in place and spaced at the top, ends are automatically spaced by placing joist directly over studs

Southeast Missouri Farms. Kitchen of home of new farm unit. La Forge project, Missouri

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

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

Southeast Missouri Farms. Family of sharecropper in kitchen of shack

Southeast Missouri Farms Project. House erection. Fastening gin pole preparatory to raising the gable end in place

Southeast Missouri Farms Project. Field house erection. Fitting gable ends in place

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

Southeast Missouri Farms. Getting advice from home management supervisor. La Forge project, Missouri

Porch plant. Finishing floor framing panel on the framing table. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Negro clients listening to talk by project manager, Southeast Missouri Farms

Southeast Missouri Farms. Loading cook stove on to truck for transporting to new farm unit

Barn erection. Finishing metal roofing with metal ridge. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Southeast Missouri Farms Project. Privy erection. Placing wood cribbing in privy well

House erection. Unloading panels onto the platform. Note that subfloor is just being finished. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Southeast Missouri Farms. Customers examining stock of cooperative store. La Forge project, Missouri

Schoolchildren, Southeast Missouri Farms

House plant. View of framing tables for panels, gable ends and trusses. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Sharecropper reading newspaper in corner of living room. Note the bureau and ceiling. Near Southeast Missouri Farms

Southeast Missouri Farms. Erecting gable end on house

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