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To the people, who wish to do right! There are thousands of persons in Kentucky who conscientiously believe that Slavery is injurious to the prosperity of our beloved state ... [May, 1850].

The battle rages more fiercely than ever! 15,000 wounded in Fredericksburg alone, and many thousands yet lying upon the field! They are suffering! They are dying! The Chapel at the Corner of Eighteenth and Spring Garden Streets, will be open eve

G.A.R. men and young citizens in thousands at Rockford, Ill., to hear Pres. Roosevelt speak

President Roosevelt welcomed by California - cheered by thousands at Redlands

Massed thousands at Seattle, Wash., to hear Pres. Roosevelt on Alaska's future

View of Grand Basin and Palace of Varied Industries, lighted by thousands of electric lights, St. Louis Fair

The beautiful Festival Hall and Cascade Gardens, lighted by thousands of electric lights, St. Louis Fair

Countless thousands on St. Louis Plaza, St. Louis Day, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A.

San Francisco earthquake, 1906: Providing for homeless thousands - delivering bread at the Commissary tent

Manila, Island of Luzon, Philippine Islands: "Cascos," the floating homes of many thousands - house boats on the Pasig River

San Francisco Earthquake, April 18, 1906: Thousands of tons of relief supplies piled on the sidewalk

San Francisco earthquake, 1906: Fort Mason, where thousands of destitute sufferers found relief

Suffrage march line--How thousands of women parade today at Capitol

Thousands have answered the nation's call, but you may be the one to turn the scale at a critical moment. Do you realize this? / printed by Seargeant Bros. Ltd., London & Abergavenny.

Do you think, my 5/- won't help the war loan. Do you realize, thousands may be thinking the same... Invest your 5/- to-day / Printers, Sir Joseph Causton & Sons, Limited, London.

Single men. Hundreds of thousands of married men have left their homes to fight for king and country. Show your appreciation by following their noble example / printed by the Abbey Press, 32 & 34 Gt. Peter St., Westminster, S.W.

Little Inferno, Peru, trestle between two perpendicular wall thousands of feet high

The famous American Bison that once roamed in countless thousands over our vast prairies, Cal.

War-zone home for our boys "over there"--Always at the service of our brave troops Help keep these home fires burning--Some are giving thousands, thousands are giving something--Let's all do a super-bit now! / / John F. Butler ; Globe Lithographing Company, New York.

Thousands of German trophies from the front at the U.S. gov't war exposition / Philip Lyford ; Illinois Litho. Co., Chicago.

Turk girl students - American Girls College, Constantinople The faculty, students and classrooms of the American College in Constantinople which is now the mecca for thousands in the Allied armies of occupation of the Sultan's City and the American Red Cross workers who are maintaining relief stations there for the refugees from Russia.

Barefoot and in rags This little Greek girl is typical of thousands at the camp for Greeks from the Caucasus established by the Greek government outside of Salonica. The Greeks were brought from south Russia for the purpose of colonizing Thrace, ceded to Greece by the peace conference.

A study in rags - snapped in one of the streets of the camp at Salonica for Greeks who have been brought back from the Caucasus by their government for the purpose of colonizing Thrace Delayed in Salonica where they disembarked they have been left without food and clothing and thousands were dying when the American Red Cross began relief work there.

The milk stations were by far the most important work of the Red Cross, as they were entirely responsible for saving the lives of thousands of babies At one milk station alone on [sic] the dangerous spring months, the total fed on the whole island reached as high at times as 3000.

Girls from U.S. Veterans Bureau who handle the thousands of cases growing out of the war. At White House reception for disabled veterans of the World War. Col. Forbes in center

Five thousand refugees have received soup daily at Chios since January Besides the bread given these people, the soup constituted their only food. Thousands owe their lives to this distribution. The building employed is an old Turkish mosque. The two figures in the foreground are Circassions [i.e. Circassians].

A section of "barber's row" Enterprising refugees among the hundreds of thousands of Greeks and Armenians who fled from Asia Minor to Greece have set up stools, boxes, chairs and everything that can be sat on in a long row on the quay in Piraeus, the seaport of Athens, and shave and cut the hair of customers.

This is destroyer 221 of the American fleet in Constantinople. These speedy boats are always ready for emergencies and in many cases have carried thousands of refugees from war stricken areas Mr. Carpenter enters the American Consulate in Constantinople.

Thousands gather for the Selamlik coming by boat and foot and the foreigners in automobiles Officers of the guard.

On Mothers Day, May 13. Thousands of Philadelphia veterans of the Amer. Legion journeyed to Wash. to honor the mother of the unknown soldier

Thousands of masons marched thru the streets of Alex. at the laying of the cornerstone of Geo. Washington Memorial

Dr. J.A. Hyslop, of the Bur. of Entomology, Dept. of Agric., who keeps the record of damage done throughout the continent by thousands of harmful insects. These records are filed and studied in order that warnings of impending insects outbreaks may be sent to the entomologist so that he may prepare to fight the invading hordes

The wheels of the great government machine and of private business marked time today while thousands of employees and the departmental heads viewed the eclipse. Postmaster General New snapped as he was watching the eclipse with the aid of a photographic plate

New Year reception at the White House. Photo shows thousands of citizens waiting to be received

New elevator installed in Washington Monument. A new elevator has been installed in the Washington Monument and the thousands of sightseers to the Capital this summer can be accomodated in their climb to the top of this 555 feet granite shaft. This elevator makes more trips per day. In addition to the new elevator, precautions are being taken to prevent suicides, four having been committeed since the Monument was built. William Lohmer, the elevator operator is shown in the photograph

President receives doctors in rain. Braving the wind and rain and against his physician's orders, President Coolidge greeted thousands of doctors at the White House today. The physicians are in Washington attending the annual [...] Convention of the American Medical Association. In this photograph [...]resident Coolidge can be seen in center of group

Gold Star mothers at Tomb of Unknown Soldier. Among the thousands of tribute paid at the Tomb of the Unknown Solder in Arlington National Cemetery, Memorial Day, none was more touching than the placing of a wreath by the Country's Gold Star Mothers

Japanese Ambassador and [...] Matsadaira first to view Washington Amaryllis Show. The Japanese Ambassador and Mme. Tsuneo Matsudaira snapped at the opening of the Washington Amaryllis Show today. This is the fifteenth annual amaryllis show held by the Department of Agriculture which attracts many thousands of flower lovers to the National Capital every year

Discusses agricultural conditions with president. Mrs. Asle J. Gronna, wife of the late United States Senator from North Dakota and admitted expert on farm matters, snapped leaving the White House today. Mrs. Gronna discussed agricultural matters at length with President Coolidge stating that with proper legislative support the farmers of the northwest could again show a profit in place of a loss. Mrs. Gronna is the directing head of the Gronna Investment Company controlling thousands of acres of North Dakota wheat, cattle and sheep land

Scene at Arlington National Cemetary where thousands gathered to pay tribute to America's war dead. General view at Arlington National Cemetary today, Memorial Day, where thousands gathered to hear President Hoover make the principal address in paying tribute to the dead of American heroes of 4 wars

President Hoover greets Washington youngsters as they roll Easter eggs on White House lawn. Following the custom of other years the White House gates were opened bright and early today to allow thousands of Washington youngsters to roll their gayly colored Easter eggs on the historic south lawn. President Hoover is shown greeting the children in this picture

Labor leaders attend Mother Jones funeral. Men high in the ranks of labor circles took part in the last rites for "Mother" Jones, 100 year-old labor crusader. Standing in the middle of the group of three at the right is William N. Doak, newly appointed Secretary of Labor. The casket is being borne from St. Gabriel's Catholic Church in Washington, where services were held, after which the body was sent to Mount Olivet, Ill., to be buried beside five of her "boys" slain there years ago in one of the many labor wars in which she participated. This was one of the last requests of the militant laborite, whose full name was Mrs. Mary Harris Jones but who was known simply as "Mother" by her thousands of "boys" throughout the country. 12/3/30

Washington children roll Easter eggs on White House lawn. Scene on the south lawn of the White House where today where thousands of Washington children rolled their Easter eggs. The Washington monuments can be seen in the background

"Lost in action." Little Gloria Largent was the first youngster to stray away from her parents on the White House lawn today where thousands of Washington children rolled their Easter eggs today. White House officer B.B. Bradley is holding Gloria

Bishop Cannon and Women Drys. Bishop James Cannon, Jr., Generalissimo of the organized dry forces, snapped at the Capitol today as thousands of members of the Women's National Committee for Law Enforcement gathered to demand continuance of prohibition. 4/18/32

Recreational structures. Big Ridge Lake. Diving tower, beach and bath house may be seen in the background. This forty-five acre body of water has proved an attractive recreation spot for thousands of visitors since it was first opened to the public in May 1934. Encircled by the 3,500 acres of wooded hills in Big Ridge Park, the resort is provided with a boathouse, bath house, a public lodge, nineteen modern vacation cabins and a beach with a specially constructed pool for children. Located on the eastern boundary of Norris reservoir about twenty-five miles northeast of Knoxville, Tennessee, the lake was formed by constuction of a small dam across one of the arms of the reservoir. This recreation area and the 3,800 acre Noris Park near Norris Dam were developed by the National Park Service and the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) in cooperation with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). This is one of many comparable parks on TVA reservoirs, most of which are in use and greatly enjoyed by tourists as well as residents of the surrounding area who previously had few, if any, outdoor opportunites for ourtdoor sport and recreation. The completion of other recreational parks has been prevented by the war

Overlook terrace in front of Norris visitors' building described under K 1868 and K 1867. Refreshments served under gay umbrellas added a new note to the resources of pleasant living in this area which was notably deficient in facilities for outdoors enjoyment. The place proved a major attraction and has thousands of visitors on holidays. The broad stairs which begin at either side of the semicircular terrace lead to a pathway connecting to the picnic grounds

SURPRISED? MAGICIAN CHRISTOPHER, LEFT, EXTRACTS AN EGG, SO IT SEEMS, FROM THE MOUTH OF SURPRISED DIANA ROOSEVELT, DAUGHTER OF MRS. J. HALL ROOSEVELT OF DETROIT, AT THE ANNUAL EASTER EGG ROLLING AT THE WHITE HOUSE. MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT IS SHOWN AS SHE GREETED THE THOUSANDS OF WASHINGTON YOUNGSTERS

HERE'S THE HOSTESS. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, IN A BRIGHT NEW SPRING DRESS, MINGLES WITH THE THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN WHICH ARE HER GUESTS AT THE ANNUAL EGG ROLLING ON THE WHITE HOUSE LAWN FOLLOWING EASTER SUNDAY. IN THE PICTURE, FROM THE LEFT: MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; AMY AND DIANA ROOSEVELT, DAUGHTERS OF MRS. J. HALL ROOSEVELT OF DETROIT; AND MAYRIS CHANEY OF NEW YORK CITY

Finished products. Synthetic rubber somes from the drier and is fed to an automatic weighing machine which delivers seventy-five pounds of material to the baler at the plant operated by United States Rubber Company at Institute, West Virginia. Thousands of these rubber loaves will be produced every day

To harvest the crops of California thousands of families live literally on wheels, San Joaquin Valley

FIRST LADY GREETS GUESTS. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT GREETS THE THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN CROWDING THE LAWN OF THE WHITE HOUSE IN THE ANNUAL EASTER EGG ROLLING PARTY. FROM THE LEFT: MRS. J. HALL ROOSEVELT OF DETROIT; HER DAUGHTER DIANA; THE FIRST LADY; AMY ROOSEVELT, SISTER OF DIANA; AND MAYRIS CHANEY OF NEW YORK CITY

The sawdust from thousands of logs is piled near a power plant on the Columbia River, Oregon

Autogiro lands near U.S. Treasury, Washington, D.C. Oct. 2. A new type autogiro thousands of city folks may be parking in the yards or on the roofs of apartment houses in is shown about to land near the U.S. Treasury. The ship was flown to Washington by James G. Ray, veteran autogiro pilot, for delivery to the Bureau of Air Commerce, Department of Commerce, who will make several acceptance test flights

To serve the crops of California, thousands of families live on wheels. Near Bakersfield, California

Thousands of New Hampshire Reds are being raised cooperatively at Westmoreland Homesteads, Pennsylvania

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

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

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

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

Aboard a trap fishing boat, pulling the net into the boat. The trap, which is nothing but a gigantic net, is pulled into the boat on one side and thrown overboard on the other until finally a small pocket is made where fish mill around by the thousands. Sometimes several big tuna, locally called horse mackerel, must be gaffed and brought aboard. This is a struggle because tuna weigh between 300 and 800 pounds. The rest of the fish, whiting, mackerel, and squid are dipped aboard with a hand net. Provincetown, Massachusetts

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

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

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON D.C. JANUARY 30. MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTTING THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE RALEIGH HOTEL TONIGHT. THOUSANDS THRONGED THE HOTELS IN WASHINGTON TONIGHT TO CELEBRATE THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S 55TH BIRTHDAY

Crowned Queen of Cherry Blossoms. Washington, D.C., April 8. A colorful ceremony which attracted thousands of visitors to the Capital, little Sakiko Saito, daughter of the Japanese Ambassador and Mme. Saito, was crowned Queen of the Cherry Blossoms by Melvin Hazen, Commissioner of the District of Columbia. The festival was held to celebrate the anniversary of the presentation of the Japanese cherry trees to the capital by the citizens of Tokio, Japan during the Taft Administration. With the Queen as shown her two attendants Masako Saito, also a daughter of the Japanese Amabassador, and Barbara Caldwell, American playmate of the two youngsters, 4/8/1937

Virginia style ham. [...] did Mrs. Mark Bristol. [...]ze when she baked Virginia style. a couple of hams for friends a few years ago that would eventually develop into a lucrative business for her. The flavor of the hams so intrigued the friends that they passed the word on to others and as a result Mrs. Bristol now bakes thousands of hams every year in her kitchen on fashionable Massachusetts Avenue and ship them to all parts of the world. Even the Duke of Windsor is now one of her best customers. It takes Mrs. Bristol four days to prepare a ham according to her specially formulate recipe. It is first soaked and simmered for days and then while baking, it is sprinkled with cloves, pineapple and basted with sherry, brandy or applejack. The hams are originally obtained from a special farm in Virginia where they have been smoked in the real Dixie manner. Mrs. Bristol frequently inspects the ham while is it in the simmering process. Her Virginia cook and first assistant, Mamie, holds the lid

A.F. of L. President protests to Roosevelt about P.W.A. labor. Washington, D.C., May 20. William Green, President of the A.F. of L. carried a protest to the president of the U.S. that a PWA order barred thousands of unemployed building workers from PWA projects because they are not actually on relief, that some of the labor unions are carrying these men, or have some other source of income other than government relief. Left to right: M.J. McDonough, Sec. Treasurer of the buildings Trade Dept. of the A.F. of L.; William Green, President; and Harry O. Dates, President of the Bricklayers Union, 5/20/1937

ROOSEVELT CHRISTMAS GREETING. WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 16. A COPY OF THE CHRISTMAS CARD WHICH PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT ARE MAILING TO THEIR THOUSANDS OF FRIENDS TODAY

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

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

Typical of thousands of migrating agricultural laborers. California

In Calipatria, California, where thousands of refugees congregate

DEMOCRATIC VICTORY DINNER. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 4. WITH PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT AS HONORED GUESTS, THOUSANDS OF LOYAL DEMOCRATS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY SAT DOWN TO THE HUNDRED-DOLLAR-A-PLATE DINNER TONIGHT IN WASHINGTON TO CELEBRATE THE OVERWHELMING DEMOCRATIC VICTORY IN LAST NOVEMBER'S ELECTIONS. ACTUALLY ONLY FIVE DOLLARS WENT FOR FOOD, THE OTHER NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS WAS STORED AWAY IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY WAR CHEST. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT ARE SHOWN WITH POSTMASTER GENERAL JAMES A. FARLEY, CHAIRMAN OF THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

SEA OF UMBRELLAS, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 20. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT FACED A VERITABLE SEA OF UMBRELLAS AS HE TOOK HIS SECOND OATH OF OFFICE AND DELIVERED HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS AT THE CAPITOL TODAY. THOUSANDS BRAVED THE CHILL RAIN TO WITNESS THE CEREMONY

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

Sunrise services at Arlington. Washington, D.C., March 26. The wintry winds failed to dampen the spirit of thousands who journeyed to Arlington National Cemetery today for the Easter Sunrise Services. Mrs. Roosevelt attended the services which were conducted uner the auspices of the Knights Templar, 3/28/1937

Tens of thousands in good times and bad move ceaselessly from place to place in order to eke out a living following the crops of California

Secretary of State views All-Star game. Washington D.C., July 7. Secretary of State with Mrs. Cordell Hull joined the thousands of other rabid baseball fans at Griffith Stadium today to witness the 1937 All-Star Game, 7/7/37

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON D.C. JANUARY 30. MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTTING THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE RALEIGH HOTEL TONIGHT. THOUSANDS THRONGED THE HOTELS IN WASHINGTON TONIGHT TO CELEBRATE THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S 55TH BIRTHDAY

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

PRESIDENT TAKES THE OATH. REFUSING TO HAVE THE CEREMONIES MOVED INDOORS, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS SHOWN BEING ADMINISTERED HIS SECOND OATH OF OFFICE BY CHIEF JUSTICE CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. THOUSANDS BRAVED THE HEAVY DOWNPOUR TO WITNESS THE CEREMONY

Thousands of migrant workers are employed for harvesting the potato crop of Kern County, California

Senate Majority Leader crowns Cherry Blossom Queen. Washington, D.C., March 31. Climaxing the Annual Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival in Potomac Park today, Senate Majority Leader Alben W. Barkley places the crown on the head of Peggy Townsend, Cherry Blossom Queen. Thousands of visitors view the beautiful blossoms every year. 3-31-39

Mum show opened. Washington, D.C., March 25. With thousands of blooms at their best, Mrs. Henry A. Wallace, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture, today officially opened the Amaryllis Show at greenhouses of the Department of Agriculture here. She is pictured with her first two guests, Mrs. John N. Garner, right, wife of the Vice President, and Mrs. Hugh S. Cumming, left, wife of the former U.S. Surgeon General. 3-25-39

This husky member of a construction crew building a new 33,000-volt electric power line into Fort Knox is performing an important war service, Ft. Knox, Ky. Thousands of soldiers are in training there, and the new line from a hydroelectric plant at Louisville is needed to supplement the existing power supply

Latest types of tanks rumble past The Capitol in Annual Army Day Parade. Washington, D.C., April 6. Memories of the World War were revived today as the latest types of tanks, preceded by 20,00 soldiers and veterans, paraded past the U.S. Capitol in the Annual Army Day Parade which marked the 22nd anniversary of America into the World War. Thousands braved a heavy downpour to view the parade. 4-6-39

Rain fails to mar Army Day parade in Capitol. Washington, D.C., April 6. With the United States rearming and rumors of war in the air thousands braved a heavy rain today to witness the Army Day parade pass the U.S. Capitol. The parade marked the 22nd anniversary of America's entrance into the World War. 4-6- 39

Youngsters jam White House lawn to roll Easter eggs. Washington, D.C., April 10. General view of the thousands of Youngsters who today took part in the traditional Easter egg rolling on the historic White House lawn. President and Mrs. Roosevelt greeted the children from the south portico. 4-10-39

DAUGHTER OF COMMERCE SECRETARY FILLS IN FOR ROOSEVELT GRANDCHILDREN AT EGG ROLLING. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. DURING THE ABSENCE OF THE ROOSEVELT GRANDCHILDREN FROM THE TRADITIONAL EASTER EGG ROLLING AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY, LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, HELPED MRS. ROOSEVELT ENTERTAIN THE THOUSANDS OF YOUNGSTERS GATHERED ON THE SOUTH LAWN

White House mecca for Easter holiday sightseers. Washington, D.C., April 11. Easter Holidays bring thousands of visitors to the Capitol every year. Naturally, the first stop for the sightseers is the White House as this picture indicates. 4-11-39

PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY GREET EGG ROLLERS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT WAVE A GREETING TO THE THOUSANDS OF YOUNGSTERS WHO GATHERED ON THE WHITE HOUSE LAWN TODAY TO ROLL THEIR GAYLY COLORED EASTER EGGS

Springtime at White House. Washington, D.C., March 28. A springtime picture of the White House, showing the Magnolia Blossoms on the left. Thousands of visitors visit the Executive mansion at this time of year. 3-28-39

President Roosevelt's sees doom of trailer families in this country. Washington, D.C., March 29. Scenes like this at the Washington trailer camp, within a stone's throw of the Washington Monument, will soon be a thing of the past, was the belief President Roosevelt expressed to reporters at his press conference yesterday. He said sooner or later the government is going to demand and require that everybody in the bounds of the United States have a home address somewhere - and that there be an end of the trailer type of families, gypsies, hoboes and migratory drifters who flock by the thousands to such sunny climes as Florida and California without the slightest idea as how they are going to live when they arrive. 3-29-39

Chrysler tank arsenal. Thousands of rivets are used in the production of one of the huge thirty-eight ton M-3 tanks. Whenever possible rivets are replaced by welded sections, but throughout much of the tank, as in the side plates on which this riveter is working, the steel plate is too heavy for welding. The riveting itself, a twenty-five ton

Building a new army camp at top speed. Now camps are being built with great rapidity all over the country to house not only Britain's rapidly expanding Army, but the many thousands of American and Canadian troops now arriving. The work is done by civilian contractors, but the army garrison engineer is in constant supervision to see that the work is as specified and that it is completed on time. Bricking the ends of a Nissen Hut. In the foreground men are mixing mortar for bricking

Tying together the thousands of separate strands for a loom in the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloth

Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. Here is a billet of alloy steel entering a mill in which it will be converted into the desired shape. It will emerge as a bar, perhaps round, perhaps square, and will eventually find its way into one of thousands of uses to which steel is put in our defense production

One year of reciprocal aid. Flight Lieutenant Clifford Taite, Royal Air Force (RAF) takes Captain James R. Hendry, U.S. Army Air Force through the British experts' dossier on a German aircraft that fell into British hands. Reciprocal aid includes information whose value cannot be estimated in terms of money and which has been obtained at a cost measured in thousands of lives and three years of hard fighting

Gulf Coast gasoline is plentiful--but it's on the Gulf Coast, often thousands of miles from Eastern refineries and consumers. The flowing abundance of this raw material for gasoline for the East was carried in peace years by tank ships at the rate of nearly 1,500,000 barrels per day

Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. Testing is an integral part of the work at the steel mills. Thousands of dollars worth of amazingly accuarate testing machinery will be found in every mill, testing tensile strength, elastic limit, elongation and reduction of area. All steel is thoroughly tested before it is shipped out for defense production