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[African American workers standing on railroad tracks in front of a storage facility, possibly at Giesboro cavalry depot]

[Floor plan of laundry and food storage rooms]

[Floor plan for the proper storage of books in a library]

[Farm equipment storage facility]

Storage

[Storage dam, Columbus, Ohio]

Pack mule of U.S. Army Signal Corps, used for carrying storage batteries for the field wireless telegraph

Storage dam, Columbus, O[hio]

MERCHANTS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.

[Sacks stacked in storage room, pulley system machinery mounted along wall]

MERCHANTS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. STREET SCENE

Storage Yards of a Tile Factory, St. Louis, Mo.

Guaranty Storage Co. truck

Security Storage Co., 1140 15, N.W., [Washington, D.C.]

Storage battery street car, Concord, N. C.

National Capitol Storage & Moving Co.

Security Storage Co, [1140 15, N.W., [Washington, D.C.]

Chambers St. Car with storage battery

Fuel Oil Storage tanks capacity of each 30000 bbls., Oxnard, [California], factory

Edison Storage Battery Train

Treasury Dept. Internal Revenue Bureau, Overflow vault for storage of Internal Revenue stamps. Stamps kept on hand to value of $110,000,000, [1914]

Treasury Dept. Ofc. Comptroller of Currency, Reserve vault #14 for storage of reserve notes. In vault when picture was made, $535,000,000, [1914]

Eskimo women and storage place

Mutton in cold storage

Bee story, storage, [10/11/19]

Smith Storage Co.

Pig iron storage yard, plant no. 2

Smith Storage Co., 13th & U, N.W., [Washington, D.C.]

[Smith Transfer and Storage Co., 13th & U Streets, N.W., Washington, D.C.]

Tel Aviv. Cold storage plant. Int[erior].

Smith Storage Co., 13th & U, N.W., [Washington, D.C.]

Tel Aviv. Cold storage plant. Ext. [i.e., exterior].

Beef in storage

Beef in storage

Storage house, capacity 22,500 tons--Ice being sent to R.R. cars by automatic conveyors, Calexico, Calif.

The Palestine Electric Corporation Power Plant. Otherwise known as Rutenberg's Jordan Power Plant. The P.E.C. Yarmuk Reservoir. A lake formed to hold water in storage

Navy flyer takes 12-year seaplane on its first flight. After lying in storage at the Washington Navy Yard more than 12 years, an obsolete 1915 model Curtiss seaplane on its maiden flight today on the [...] by Commander H.C. Richardson, crack U.S. Navy [...] who is shown at the controls in this photograph. Commander Richardson is planning to put through various tests to compare its behavior to that craft of modern construction for the benefit of Naval officials. The United States Army War College shown in background

"The good old days of aviation." Commander H.C. Richardson, crack U.S. Navy flyer, at the controls of a 1915 model Curtiss seaplane which he took on its maiden flight today on the Potomac at Washington. The old plane was discovered in storage at the Washington Navy Yard where it has been for over 12 years. Commander Richardson is testing the old boat to compare its behavior to that of craft of modern construction

International Nickel Co. at Walter Reed Hospital. Storage room II, Walter Reed Hospital

Moving van, American Storage & Transfer. 1000 cubic ft. capacity

Hamilton Watch Factory. Shelves in vault showing storage of watches ready for shipment

Griffith Consumers Co. Draining of storage oil tanks

International Nickel Co. at Walter Reed Hospital. Storage room I, Walter Reed Hospital

Maizwood Product Corporation, Dubuque, Iowa. Corn stalk storage piles used in the making of wallboard

Iraq. Gayara. Area of bituminous wells S. of Mosul. Series of bitumen storage pools

Freezer locker plants and cooperatively owned cold storage rooms are important in the agricultural improvement program of the Authority. Photograph shows a view of one at White Pine, North Carolina. Such structures are designed for local materials and the simplest possible workmanship because the purpose is to encourage rural residents to plan and erect them on their own initiative

This is a partial view of the living room showing the dinette corner with its collapsible table and chairs. The other end of the living room, not shown here, contains a studio couch which sleeps two. In addition, the trailer house contains a fully equipped kitchenette, a bedroom with built-in double bed and a large amount of storage space, and a bathroom. Walls are of plywood in natural finish, ceiling is plywood painted white, floor is plywood covered with inlaid linoleum. The square panel in the center of the ceiling is a ventilator which can be cranked open in summer. All windows are of the sliding type to occupy minimum space and to minimize the use of critical hardware

Recreational structures. Another structure at Chickamauga boat harbor (compare description of K 2411). Window mullions painted dark red; door and exposed soffit, bright yellow; sash and ceiling, white. This building houses motor and accessory storage racks, repair shop, and the harbormaster's suite

This structure is fairly typical of the kind of accomodations provided for the recreation of unmarried TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) construction employees of both sexes. Whenever possible such structures are later converted to fill permanent needs of the region. During the construction of Norris Dam, the structure included a large lounge, a refreshment and lunch space, and auditorium with stage and projection room, capable of accomodating 300, library and reading room, barber and beauty shop, restrooms, administrative office and committee or lecture rooms. The auditorium was converted into a gymnasium. It now serves as a community building for the permanent residents of the town of Norris, a regular restaurant having replaced the refreshment room, while the county art center has been installed in place of the library, and the offices, display room, and storage room of the handicraft cooperative have taken up the space formerly occupied by the barber and beauty shop

[Storage tanks; Washington Monument in distance. Washington, D.C.]

Collecting. Process collection tank containing butadiene. From these tanks the liquid is pumped to the spherical storage tanks shown in picture number 5

Storing butadiene. Butadiene storage tanks at the Institute plant at Institute, West Virginia. The pressure of the butadiene gaseous is so high that only huge spherical tanks can hold large volumes

Storage. Grain alcohol is pumped from tank cars to storage tanks (shown at the left) at the Institute plant at Institute, West Virginia

Storage. Butadiene, chief ingredient of synthetic rubber, is stored in nine tanks at the Institute plant operated by the United States Rubber Company at Institute, West Virginia. These tanks will hold butadiene for three days operations, the equivalent of more than 180,000 passenger car tires

Blending. Many batches of synthetic rubber latex are batched and blended in concrete storage tanks at the Institute plant. This blending assures uniformity of the product. After blending the rubber content is separated by coagulation

Storing butadiene and grain alcohol. Storage tanks for butadiene (in the background) and grain alcohol (at the right) at the Institute plant at Institute, West Virginia

Storage. Grain alcohol is pumped from tank cars to storage tanks (shown in the background at the right) at the Institute plant at Institute, West Virginia. Operated by the Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation

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

Storing butadiene. Butadiene storage tanks at the Institute plant at Institute, West Virginia. The pressure of the butadiene gaseous is so high that only huge spherical tanks can hold large volumes

Mixing. The raw materials, butadiene and styrene, and many special chemicals, are moved by these pumps from storage to the reactor areas at the Institute plant

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

Sewer pipe storage, Greenbelt, Maryland

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

Milk storage room at the United Cooperative Society at Fitchburg, Massachusetts

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

Pipe storage at Greenbelt, Maryland

Lumber storage, Greenbelt, Maryland

Dugout for food storage built by rehabilitation client. Cherokee County, Kansas

New storage dugout built by rehabilitation client. Old one in foreground. Sioux County, Nebraska

Lead pipe, plumbing fixture storage in background, Greenbelt, Maryland

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

Interior of storage cave. Falls City Farmsteads, Nebraska

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

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

Exterior of storage cave. Falls City Farmsteads, Nebraska

Rural arts exhibition held under the auspices of the Farm Security Administration (FSA) in the patio of the U.S. Department of Agriculture building. Handspun and woven rug from Colorado; beaded bridle and beaded papoose carrier made by Sioux Indians; small pottery and corn storage jar, drum and basket made by Indians of the Southwest

Food storage plant. Lifting completed truss from the jig. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

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

Rice pouring into chutes from storage bin. Crowley, Louisiana

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

Millwork. Food storage doors. Southeast Missouri project yard

Nailing on rake board of food storage gable end, Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Shed for wagon storage, New Madrid County, Missouri

Storage warehouse. State rice mill, Crowley, Louisiana

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

Food storage plant. Assembling trusses in wood jig. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Southeast Missouri Farms. Child picking up clothes in corner of bedroom of shack home. Note lack of storage facilities

Sweet potatoes in storage bins at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Food storage. Placing mineral wool in ceilings. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

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

Food storage. Stripping prefabricated forms from wall. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Food storage plant. Stack of feed storage gable ends. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Empty jars in storage cellar. Republic County, Kansas

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

Food storage. Erecting shop assembled gable ends. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

Food storage. Fastening plates to the top of concrete walls. Southeast Missouri Farms Project

View of stack of food storage roof trusses, Southeast Missouri Farms Project

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

Southeast Missouri Farms. Photograph showing combination storage room and chick room adjacent to bedroom

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

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