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Voters! You are called upon to express your views of the liquor traffic. On the first Monday in June, if you wish to have intoxicating drinks sold -- under sanction of law--- at your own responsibility, you will vote "License;" if not, "No licen

Traffic on State Street, Chicago, U.S.A. =Trafico en la Calle State, Chicago, E.U.A.

[Traffic at Fifth Avenue and Forty-second Street, New York, N.Y.]

Traffic Squad Parade, Mayor McClellan presents to Traffic Squad trophy won at Syracuse, New York

Checking Traffic, Tokyo

Traffic Squad Parade, Mayor Mc Clellan alighting from auto, New York

In the midst of levee, life, and cotton traffic, New Orleans, La.

Leaders, Traffic Squad review parade, New York

Four trains abreast--enormous traffic on the Penn. R'y, west of Altoona, Pa.

Traffic Squad Review, flag presented to squad, New York

Open-air Mass, police traffic squad, Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York

[Exterior of old Pennsylvania Station, 6th & B Streets, N.W., Washington, D.C., as it appeared in the 1880's(?) showing street traffic in front and insert of interior] / F. Myrick(?);

Peru traffic on Lake Titecaca; Fotografia Max T. Vargas

[Policeman using mirror to direct traffic at 14th St. and Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.] / National Photo.

Leisurely traffic on a business street in Cavite, P.I.

Traffic stopped, 34th & Broadway

Traffic Squad Police

Traffic squad police

Traffic Squad Police

U.S. Reports: Int. Com. Comm. v. Goodrich Transit Co., 224 U.S. 194 (1912)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Pacific & Artic Co., 228 U.S. 87 (1913)

Herbert E. French in Ford [...] traffic cop, Wash., D.C.

U.S. Reports: Texas & N. O. R.R. Co. v. Sabine Tram. Co., 227 U.S. 111 (1913)

Herbert E. French in Ford stopped by traffic cop

Business and Traffic to Stop During Funeral of World Renowned Air-Man [Dayton Journal, 3 June 1912]

[Street traffic in front of New York Public Library]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Butler County R.R. Co., 234 U.S. 29 (1914)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; TRAFFIC. STOP AND GO SIGNS

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; TRAFFIC. STOP AND GO SIGNS

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; TRAFFIC. STOP AND GO SIGNS

U.S. Reports: Tap Line Cases, 234 U.S. 1 (1914)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; TRAFFIC. STOP AND GO SIGNS

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; TRAFFIC. STOP AND GO SIGNS

U.S. Reports: Florida East Coast Line v. United States, 234 U.S. 167 (1914)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; TRAFFIC. STOP AND GO SIGNS

U.S. Reports: United States v. St. Louis Terminal, 236 U.S. 194 (1915)

U.S. Reports: Mich. Cent. R.R. v. Mich. R.R. Comm., 236 U.S. 615 (1915)

[Arms traffic. The disaster at Dibai. The surrendered rifles on the quarter deck of the HMS Fox]

[Pedestrians and automobile traffic, Monroe Avenue and Cadillac Square, Detroit, Mich.]

Traffic through the Panama Canal

[New York Public Library as seen from building across intersection of E. 42nd Street and Fifth Ave., showing front and east facades, as well as automobile and pedestrian traffic]

Breaking in special traffic man

[Traffic, Detroit, Mich.]

Traffic Cop, Newport

[Traffic officer, Washington, D.C.]

[Automobile traffic in city street]

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

[Washington, D.C. - Treasury Building from corner of 15th & G St., crowded with traffic, low aerial view]

[CHAMBERS, EDWARD. DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF TRAFFIC, U.S. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION; CHIEF, TRANSPORTATION DIVISION, U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION]

Peaceful Picket - The great interest of people in the picket line - but no blocking of traffic until arrests began-- Feb. 1917.

CHAMBERS, EDWARD. DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF TRAFFIC, U.S. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION; CHIEF, TRANSPORTATION DIVISION, U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION

[Traffic signs in English, Hebrew, Arabic and French, Jerusalem, Palestine]

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA STREET CAR TRAFFIC

KING, MRS. L.O. TRAFFIC COP

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIER AS TRAFFIC COP AT TREASURY

[Mrs. L.A. King, full, standing, directing traffic as policewoman]

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; TRAFFIC. SOLDIER TRAFFIC POLICEMAN, 15TH AND NEW YORK AVENUE

U.S. Reports: Hull v. Pihla. & Reading Ry. Co., 252 U.S. 475 (1920)

Traffic court, Geo. H. Scriven, Alto G. Hauschild

U.S. Reports: Blumenstock Bros. v. Curtis Pub. Co., 252 U.S. 436 (1920)

Traffic court, Geo. H. Scriven, Alto G. Hauschild

Traffic, 14th & Thomas Circle [Washington, D.C]

Mayflower Hotel on Connecticut Ave. Traffic on street in front of Mayflower Hotel IV

Traffic, 14th & Thomas Circle [Washington, D.C.]

Mayflower Hotel on Connecticut Ave. Traffic on street in front of Mayflower Hotel II

Traffic accident at 14th and Q Streets, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Mayflower Hotel on Connecticut Ave. Traffic on street in front of Mayflower Hotel III

Mayflower Hotel on Connecticut Ave. Traffic on street in front of Mayflower Hotel I

[Snow blocked traffic. West St. north from Cortlandt St., New York City]

Washington, D.C. Traffic and pedestrians from above

Highways and trains. Train and highway traffic

Traffic census map : showing the maximum traffic over state highways for a period of 12 hours during the month of August 1920 : state of New York

Traffic map of Maryland : showing distribution of traffic over the state highway system

Map of the state of New York, Commission of Highways traffic census : showing the traffic on improved highways during a 12-hour daylight period, month of August 1922

Foot traffic in Seattle, Washington, Wednesday, April 26th, 1922.

The watch tower from the Galata Bridge in Constantinople. Men are constantly on watch in this tower and when smoke is seen work is gotten by runners to the fire department which eventually reaches the scene of the conflagration Only late at night does the traffic cease on this world famous Galata Bridge.

Traffic police are courteous and efficient in Constantinople. This one has just directed Mr. Carpenter to his hotel Perhaps you can guess what it reads on the box. "Shine 'em up" ???

Roumania has a fleet of Black Sea boats operating from Constanza to Constantinople. This is the Emperor Trajan medallion on the bow of the bot [i.e., boat] which carried me to the Orient Roumanian rigs and the traffic cop who regulates the traffic.

The entrance to the American Embassy in Constantinople--Blue jackets control the traffic on the day of the memorial service to President Harding

Will Rogers tells traffic chiefs how to direct traffic

Traffic street markings

The Sultan in his yacht flying the flag Mohammet on his way up the Bosphorus to his weekly prayer. Mr. Carpenter on shore is racing him in an automobile The entrance to the American embassy in Constantinople. Blue jackets control the traffic on the day of the memorial service to President Harding.

Committee from Nat'l Industrial Traffic League. L to r: Jos. H. Beek, J.M. Belleville, R.C. Fulbright [...]

Curving through Rome the Tiber is held to within its banks by high walls which at flood time Carts in Rome help to hold up traffic. The horses have long red tassled streamers to ward off the flies and the evil eye.

[Police and child? directing traffic. Washington, D.C.]

Traffic marks on Capitol Plaza

The Detroit News timely topics. Monument of traffic accidents

Highway traffic survey of the state of New Hampshire : motor vehicle traffic on the state highway system with traffic classification and population distribution /

First Lady of Land christens huge air liner. The First Lady of the Land, Mrs. Herbert Hoover, christening the giant airliner Buenos Aires today at the Naval Air Station in Washington. The ship will carry 32 passengers and a crew of 4 and will be put into passenger service between New York and South America by the New York Rio and Buenos Aires Air Line. Mrs. Hoover is greatly interested in the development of air traffic between North and South America as a means of promoting good will among the American republics

Traffic lights. Close-up of traffic light

U.S. Reports: Atchison ETC. Ry. Co v. U. S., 284 U.S. 248 (1932)

Engineers perfrom unique test in replacing Washington bridge without stopping traffic

Engineers replace Washington bridge while traffic rolls right along / Underwood & Underwood, Washington.

U.S. Reports: Atlantic Coast Line R. Co. v. U. S., 284 U.S. 288 (1932)

Iraq. Arch of Ctesiphon. "The wonder arch of the east." Desert traffic sign on the way to the arch of Ctesiphon

Iraq. (Mesopotamia). Baghdad. River scenes on the Tigris. The Maude Bridge over the Tigris. Open for river traffic. A distant view

[Iraq. (Mesopotamia). Baghdad. River scenes on the Tigris. The Maude Bridge over the Tigris. Open for river traffic. A distant view]

Another view of Cove Lake State Park with the inn in the foreground and some of the tourists' cabins in the back. Located on a main highway, both a restaurant and overnight cabins fill an important need of the tourist traffic which, in turn, is important to the valley. In addition, it has become a favorite point for local recreation. The standards of space layout, finish, furnishings, and service have performed as models for this area of the valley

Filling and service stations are provided as necessary parts of employee villages. The one shown on this photograph pioneered in the United States the center location with respect to the two directions of highway traffic which eliminates the need for cars turning out of line to reach the pumps, this layout being particularly advantageous on high-speed through highways

Norris Dam and powerhouse. View of reception room at the TVA's (Tennessee Valley Authority) first project which was experimental and somewhat small compared to visitors' traffic in peacetime. Guard sits behind special desk with raised rim, used by visitors when they register. Large window behind guard looks out over switchyard and over route taken by visitors upon completion of their inspection trip

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