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A map of Guadeloupe, one of the Caribby Islands in the West Indies subject to France.

The island of Hispaniola called by the French St. Domingo. Subject to France & Spain.

I George Brooke, treasurer of Virginia, hereby certify, that of the County of hath paid into the loan offic of this Commonwealth dollars, to be applied to his credit in account with a British subject, according to an act of General Assembly pass

[Number II.] A letter to the majority of the General Assembly of Liliput. Gentlemen. You may possibly expect that the subject of my last should be continued in this letter ... [Signed] A Freeholder of Liliput. New York: Printed by John Holt, 177

The liberty of the subject

Perth-Amboy church lottery. No. The possessor of this ticket shall be entitled to such prize as shall be drawn against its number, if demanded with six months after the drawing is finished - subject to a deduction of fifteen per cent. [Perth Amb

To the farmers and traders in the State of New-York. The Corporation of the Chamber of Commerce of New-York, near twelve months since, took the liberty of addressing you on a subject of great importance ... By order of the Chamber. John Broome,

Thoughts, on the subject of the ensuing election, addressed to the party in the state of New-York, who claim exclusively the appellation of federalists ... April 1, 1800. {Albany [Printed by Barber & Southwick] [1800]} [Positive Photostat].

Lexington lottery, second class. Authorized by law of the state of Virginia. This ticket, on payment of five dollars, will entitle the bearer to such prize as may be drawn to its number, if demanded within twelve months. Subject to a education o

Centinel Extra. Saturday, April 30, 1808. Argument---- demonstration. Mr. Key's speech. In the last Centinel, we mentioned the able and lucid speech of Mr. Key, in Congress on the subject of the embargo. We lay it before our readers, this day, w

Report of the Committee on the subject of assuming payment of the direct tax. presented to the House of Delegates, December 15th, 1814. [Richmond, 1814.].

... Washington canal & Rhode Island state lottery. Class No. one, for 1826. This ticket will entitle the holder to one quarter of such prize as may be drawn by its numbers, if demanded within twelve months after the drawing, Subject to a deducti

To the Honourable the speakers and members of the Senate and House of Delegates of Virginia, the memorial of the convention assembled at Charlottesville, on the subject of internal improvement, most respectfully represents ... [1828].

Proceedings of the Berkshire County Convention, convened at Lenox, May 29th, 1832, on the subject of the tariff question.

To the people of the City of Alton. Since the report of the Select committee of the common council, on the subject of the expenses and receipts of the municipal court, was printed an important error has been discovered in the amount stated to ha

Alton Institute. A lecture will be delivered this evening, at the Baptist church, by Rev. G. B. Perry. Subject- "Elevated intelligence conducive to pure morality." ... J. W. Lincoln, Sec'y. [Alton] Feb. 12 [1840?].

... As some misapprehension exists on the subject of a supposed pledge, said to have been given by the present mayor, at the time of his inauguration, to serve, but one term, his inaugural address is here published ... Several voters. [Inaugural

To the voters of the City of Washington: Fellow-citizens: Though one of the humblest of your number, I desire to address you a few observations upon the subject of the approaching election for the mayoralty ... One of the people. [Washington Jun

History of Babylon. Mr. Sanborn will lecture on Monday evening on the above subject at the Town hall at 7 o'clock ....

Aerial navigation. It is extensively known that the undersigned has by theory and practical experiment so fully proved and demonstrated the practicability of aerial navigation, that all who have examined the subject are convinced ... It appears

Washington, August 14, 1852. Sir: In accordance with an invitation from the corporate authorities of this City, and at the request of numerous citizens, Professor Boynton, of New York, will deliver a lecture upon the subject of Phillips' fire an

A map showing the route of the proposed rail road from the Copper and Iron Mining District of Lake Superior to connect with rail roads built or being constructed in the state of Wisconsin as adopted by the citizens of Ontonagon and Marquette counties Mich. at public meetings held in November and December 1855; (subject to such changes of location of the road as a general survey of the line shall prove to be desirable.)

Disloyal British "Subject"

We have read the memorial to Congress of several New York firms against any further extension of facilities to United States ocean mail steamers, and deem it not inappropriate to offer a few remarks on the subject for the consideration of Congre

To the voters of Fauquier County ... Speech of William H. Jennings, delivered at March Court, in reply to John Ambler, upon the subject of the County Court clerkship ... [1858].

[Title page - no illus. Subject of presidential campaign of 1858 in Illinois]

First ward poll list. First precinct. A list of names of all persons in the first precinct of the first ward returned by the Board of assessors as subject to the school tax for the year ending on the thirty-first day of December, 1863. Samuel E.

First ward poll list. Second precinct. A list of names of all persons in the second precinct of the first ward returned by the Board of assessors as subject to the school tax for the year ending on the thirty-first day of December, 1863. Registe

Treasury Department. It is hereby ordained that in honor to the memory of our late illustrious Chief Magistrate, all officers and others subject to the orders of the Secretary of the Treasury, wear crape upon the left arm for the period of six months.

Justice to authors and artists. It is proposed to hold a second meeting in the city of New York, to consider further the subject of international copyright, and to concert measures for securing the early establishment of an international copyrig

Mrs. Paul Howard in her impersonation of Miss Grym, "one of the grimmest specimens of that class of womankind which bore ... with the everlasting subject of woman's rights"

Light thrown on a dark subject (which is bad for the gas companies)

[Photographer and subject, in Yokohama, Japan]

A lively subject

The recruiting-sergeant and the tough subject / Gillam.

Subject and Names Index for Miller Scrapbook 1908-1909

A Pleasing subject, by J. G. Brown, N.A.

Throwing light on the subject Uncle Sam (to old soldier) -- "I'm not after you; I'm after the rascals behind you" / / Victor Gillam.

Geneva Political Equality Club Meeting; Subject was Peace

[Nude female, possibly mythological subject]

Geneva Political Equality Club; Annual School Meeting Will Be Subject of Discussion

Peace Was Subject of Piazza Party Speaker Anna Howard Shaw; page 2

[LUSITANIA - arriving in New York City; close-up of starboard side at dock; crowd Broad category or subject: Ships.on dock], Photo Bain Coll. / Bain

Peace Was Subject of Piazza Party Speaker Anna Howard Shaw

Subject File: Pau, France, 1908

Subject File: Legal Cases--Wright Co. v. Herring-Curtiss Co.--Affidavits: Wright, Orville, 1909

U.S. Army transport "Kilpatrick" leaving NY docks with troops aboard for BostonBroad category or subject: Ships., New York

Subject nationalities of the German alliance : from the Allies' peace terms as stated in their reply to President Wilson's note of 19th Dec. 1916 : [Eurasia].

The modern dance; a historical and analytical treatment of the subject; religious, social, hygienic, industrial aspects as viewed by the pulpit, the press, medical authorities, municipal authorities, social workers, etc.,

July 26, 1918. My fellow countrymen. I take the liberty of addressing you upon a subject which so vitally affects the honor of the nation and the very character and integrity of our institutions that I trust you will find me justified in speakin

Bethlehem and surroundings. A reaper in the Fields of Boaz. A typical picturesque subject

Ruins of Jerash (Gerasa). Gateway to Temple of Artemis. Reverse view of preceeding subject [triple gateway] across main avenue.

At 8:40 p.m. this subject was balanced exactly with a counterpoise of shot. As the body loses weight, to maintain a balance, weights are added to the small pan. The weights added represent the actual insensible loss since the test began

[Calvin Coolidge and] student of the [...] Dakota, who won the prize for his essay on the subject "The True Functions of Government." Papers were reviewed by the Commissioner of Educ. Prize was in form of free trip to Wash. shown here with Pres. Coolidge [White House, Washington, D.C.]

President Coolidge receives transcontinental debating team of Oregon State College. The debating team of the Oregon State College, who are making a tour of 15,000 miles through the United States debating on the subject of American Investments [...] foreign countries, were received by President Coolidge at the White House today. In the photograph, left to right: Grant McMillan; Roger Ball; W.A.Dahlberg; John R. West

[Map showing] research service to 40 Federal Theatre units, research service to 5 Federal Theatre regions, research on the subject of the American theatre in 48 states /

[Map showing] research service to 40 Federal Theatre units, research service to 5 Federal Theatre regions, research on the subject of the American theatre in 48 states /

... The Crusaders believe that the country-wide controversy over National prohibition justifies them in asking for an expression of opinion from you on this subject. On the enclosed return postcard is printed the platform of the Crusaders ... Wa

Root explains his "formula" to committee. Elihu Root, former Secretary of State, photographed as he appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to explain the "Root Formula" for the United States to enter the League of Nations Court. He explained the discussions at Geneva two years ago, when the now famous formula was the subject of negotiations. 1/31

Watts Bar steam plant. Partial view of generator hall with one of 60,000 kva turbines in foreground. Gray ceramic tile floor, blue-gray tile walls, exposed steel work designed for maximum simplicity with rigid frame roof arches, precast concrete slabs, continuous glass brick above crane rail level. Units in light cream with a rich tan over portions of the machinery subject to particularly high temperatures. Light color over other portions compels first-class maintenance, also emphasizes importance of units by concentrating attention

Suggestive of primitive Beth. [i.e., Bethlehem] house. Xmas [i.e., Christmas] subject taken at Beit Sahur

Keep your foot off my chair. Howard C. Hopson, reputed Association Gas & Electric Co. Boss, is the subject of intense questioning when brought before the House lobby investigation committee after many days of search. 8/13/35

Keep your foot off my chair. Howard C. Hopson, reputed Association Gas & Electric Co. Boss, is the subject of intense questioning when brought before the House Lobby Investigation Committee after many days of search. 8/13/35

Call of the Bock beer goat brings 'E. Roe,' artist, out of retirement at 86 to paint his posters again Emil Rothengatter turned out most masterly lithographs on subject from 1871 to 1879.

Former NRA Economist sees President, Washington, D.C., Aug. 10. Alexander Sachs, former Blue Eagle Economist at the White House today after a long conference with President Roosevelt. He declined to reveal the subject of their talk

WISCONSIN GIRL RECEIVES GORGAS AWARD FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 5. MISS HELEN MAE COLLENTINE, A SENIOR STUDENT AT MESSMER HIGH SCHOOL, MILWAUKEE, WI, RECEIVING FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY THE FIRST HENRY L. DOHERTY PRIZE OF$500 IN THE SEVENTH ANNUAL GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST. THE SUBJECT ASSIGNED WAS 'GORGAS CONTROL OF TRANSMISSIBLE AND [...] PREVENTABLE DISEASES.' THOUSANDS OF JUNIOR AND SENIOR STUDENTS REPRESENTING HIGH SCHOOLS IN ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES PARTICIPATED IN THE CONTEST WHICH IS CONDUCTED BY THE GORGAS MEMORIAL INSTITUTE AS PART OF ITS HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM. THE AWARD ALSO INCLUDED $200 FOR MISS COLLENTINE'S TRIP TO WASHINGTON. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MISS COLLENTINE, MRS. HENRY DOUHERTY; ADMIRAL CARY GRAYSON, DIRECTOR OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS; AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

Federal Housing executive promoted. Washington, D.C., May 12. Frederick M. Babcock has been named Director of the newly established Underwriting Division of the Federal Housing Administration. Babcock, Chief of the Underwriting Section until it was reorganized into a division, has been with the Federal Housing since 1934. Under his direction the Babcock System of Appraisal was established and the Babcock Manual on this subject has now become accepted as standard generally throughout the United States. He is a native of Illinois and a graduate of Northwestern University, 5/12/1937

How a bill become a law. Printed and numbered, the bill is not ready for consideration by the committee having jurisdiction over its subject matter. The committee members, specialists in their fields, carefully study the prospective legislation before it is sent to the floor of Congress of discussion

Japanese Ambassador willing subject. Washington, D.C., Dec. 13. Japanese Ambassador Hirosi Saito was a willing subject for candid cameramen today as he sat in diplomatic room at the State Department waiting to see Secretary of State Hull. The Ambassador expressed to Secretary Hull the regrets of his government for the sinking of the U.S. gunboat Panay. 121337

How a bill become a law. Having completed his draft of the law-to-be, Representative Maverick introduces his bill by dropping it in the hopper proved for that purpose. A representative may introduce a bill on any subject he chooses. Senators are not permitted to introduce revenue bills as they must originate in the lower House

Napa Valley, California. More than twenty-five years a bindle-stiff. Walks from the mines to the lumber camps to the farms. The type that formed the backbone of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in California before the war. Subject of Carleton Parker's "Studies on IWW"

Napa Valley, California. More than twenty-five years a bindle-stiff. Walks from the mines to the lumber camps to the farms. The type that formed the backbone of the Industrial Workers of the World in California before the war. Subject of Carleton Parker's studies on Industrial Workers of the World

Napa Valley, California. More than twenty-five years a bindle-stiff. Walks from the mines to the lumber camps to the farms. The type that formed the backbone of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in California before the war. Subject of Carleton Parker's "Studies on IWW"

PRESIDENT PRESENTS AWARD TO WINNER OF GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 16. WINNER IN THE NINTH ANNUAL GORGAS ESSAY CONTEST ON THE SUBJECT 'ACHIEVEMENTS OF WILLIAM CRAWFORD GORGAS AND THEIR RELATION TO OUR HEALTH,' MISS FRANCES BABIN IS PICTURED RECEIVING THE HENRY L. DOHERTY FIRST PRIZE OF $500 FOR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. MISS BABIN IS A MEMBER OF THE 1938 GRADUATING CLASS OF SOUTH SIDE HIGH SCHOOL, MEMPHIS, TN. L TO R: MRS. HENRY L. DOHERTY, MISS BABIN, AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

State Comptroller and finance expert condemn administration's tax proposal. Washington, D.C., Feb. 7. While New York's Comptroller Morris S. Tremaine listened after introducing him, Harley L. Luts, Professor of Public Finance at Princeton University, told a special Senate Tax Committee that the administration's proposed reciprocal tax could not work at a profit. Prof. Luts made a survey upon the subject for Tremaine, 2-7-39

Florida ship canal again brought up. Washington, D.C., Feb. 8. One of the president's favorite projects, the Florida Ship Canal, was the subject of a meeting of the Commerce Committee of the Senate today at the request last week of the President. Senator Claude Pepper, Florida, traces the route of the unfinished canal to Chairman Josiah Bailey, Senator from North Carolina, 2-8-39

Arkansas girl in migrant camp near Greenfield, Salinas Valley, California. This is an Arkansawyers auto camp, filled almost completely with Arkansawyers recently in California. Rent ten dollars per month for one room, iron bed, electric light. (This community is subject of a study by Regional Office, BAE, Land Utilization Division, Berkely, California)

"Office politics" suggested as official is unable to account for presence of employee. Washington, D.C., March 30. The old cry of 'Office politics' was raised today as the subject of a Senatorial Investigation. Miss Bertha Longergan, Miss Margaret Stanley and Howard P. Locke are pictured at the hearing as pricipal witnesses. Miss Longergan, who described herslf as 'one of the older war horses' in her section, having served there for 18 years, and had worried herself into an appendictomy due to what she charged 'juggling' of her efficiency rating which was given as fair, while Miss Stanley's had been 'good' and 'excellent'. Miss Stanley does not have a civil service Rating, and it was brought out that she is doing work which is suposed to be done by stenographers with civil service ratings. Mr. Locke was unable to account for this fact, and denied that he had told Miss Lonergan that something might be done about her rating if she would not testify at the hearings. Mr. Locke is a Justice Department Attorney and says he also attends to 'certain personnel matters'. 3-30-39

Greenfield, Salinas Valley, California. An Arkansawyers auto camp filled almost completely with migrants from Arkansas. Rent ten dollars a month for one room, iron bed, electricity. Rough board walls with cracks. This community is subject of a study by BAE Regional Office, Berkeley, California

Housing for rapidly growing fringe of lettuce workers on edge of town. There houses are built by the occupants, most of them recent migrants from the Southwest. (Subject of BAE) Frequently tents and trailers are on the same lots where houses are under construction. Salinas, California

Low trees and driftwood along the banks of the Llano River in Kimble County, Texas. This river is subject to fierce floods as is indicated by slanted growth of the trees

Pres. of the United Rubber Workers of America-CIO, S.H. Dalrymple, urged House Labor Committee to put "solid bedrock" under The Wagner Act by making violators subject to criminal penalties, Feb. 9, 1940

Corner of main street, center of town after blizzard, Brattleboro, Vermont [Vertical view of subject in USF34-53038 Illus. in home town HT 431.A595- no file print? Reference copy filed in D218]

Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. Sheets of finished stainless steel on their way to the warehouse and shipping rooms. All stainless steel for defense production is subject to rigorous inspection before acceptance

Civilian protection. There are many responsible jobs for women volunteers in air raid protection work and other branches of the civilian defense organization. Many women are serving as members of the driver's corps. Note: The subject's armband is upside down

The four freedoms. Complete freedom of worship is taken for granted by Americans. More than ever before the religous leaders of America are determined that democracy must and will survive, and to that end they are devoting their energies. Subject is Reverend W.H. Jernagin of Washington, D.C.

Miscellaneous subject by photographer Barbara WrightMiscellaneous lot of photographs by Barbara Wright, e.g. University of Virginia, Franconia, New Hampshire, Maine.

The four freedoms. Complete freedom of worship is taken for granted by Americans. More than ever before the religious leaders of America are determined that democracy must and will survive, and to that end they are devoting their energies. Subject is Father O'Connell, of Catholic University

The four freedoms. Freedom of worship is one of the keystones of democracy. It is for the preservation of these freedoms that we are devoting an ever increasing part of our productive capacity to defense. Subject is Reverend Father West, the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, in New York City

New York, New York. Library of the New York Times newspaper. Editors and writers can look up every conceivable subject and get information not available in the "morgue"

Nyssa, Oregon. Japanese-Americans who were evacuated from a coastal area and who now live at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp attending a dance given by a local Japanese farmer. There are some Japanese-Americans who are permanent residents of this section of Oregon; they were not subject to evacuation orders. These permanent residents naturally have retained complete freedom, while the Japanese-Americans living at the FSA camp are under certain restrictions

Nyssa, Oregon. Japanese-Americans who were evacuated from a coastal area and who now live at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp attending a dance given by a local Japanese farmer. There are some Japanese-Americans who are permanent residents of this section of Oregon; they were not subject to evacuation orders. These permanent residents naturally have retained complete freedom, while the Japanese-Americans living at the FSA camp are under certain restrictions

Los Angeles, California. Auction sale sign in Little Tokyo. The stocks belong to a Japanese subject to evacuation from West coast areas under United States Army war emergency order

Nyssa, Oregon. Japanese-Americans who were evacuated from a coastal area and who now live at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp attending a dance given by a local Japanese farmer. There are some Japanese-Americans who are permanent residents of this section of Oregon; they were not subject to evacuation orders. These permanent residents naturally have retained complete freedom, while the Japanese-Americans living at the FSA camp are under certain restrictions

New York, New York. "Morgue" of the New York Times newspaper. Clippings on every conceivable subject are filed here for a reference. Editors and writers phone in for information. In center background is a photograph of Adolph Ochs, founder of the paper

A poster comes to life. Woolslayer introduces his poster-model companions to a crew of open-hearth furnacemen. "We're the fellows who start making those jeeps you army guys bounce around in," one of the men said. All through the tour of the plant, Woolslayer was the subject of mild jibes. Most common: "When ya' leavin' for Hollywood?" Allegheny-Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Los Angeles County, California. A representative of the FSA (Farm Security Administration) (right) talking with a farmer and a Japanese farmer. They are arranging for the white farmer to buy certain farm equipment, rent land, etc. of the Japanese who is subject to evacuation from the West Coast area under United States Army war emergency order

Pinal County, Arizona. Defense training project, U.S. Department of Education. Ranch boys learning welding. This man came to Arizona from Texas, learned welding, and is now working, but comes back to school at night to learn more about the subject. He plans to return to Texas to work at one of the airplane factories there as soon as he has mastered his trade

Nyssa, Oregon. Japanese-Americans who were evacuated from a coastal area and who now live at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp attending a dance given by a local Japanese farmer. There are some Japanese-Americans who are permanent residents of this section of Oregon; they were not subject to evacuation orders. These permanent residents naturally have retained complete freedom, while the Japanese-Americans living at the FSA camp are under certain restrictions

Health measures for low home temperatures. Junior will have to become accustomed to lower temperatures this winter so it's a good idea to give him a physical checkup before cold winds start to howl. A healthy youngster will have no trouble in adjusting to the sixty-five degree maximum recommended by the fuel conservation order. If the child is sickly or subject to colds, keep his own room at seventy degrees