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Early years, with images of family, self portraits, landscapes and architectural interiors. Close ups of flowers

[Three adults and six children from seven years to twelve years hard at work on a sugar beet farm near Greeley Colorado. The father said: "The children can thin the beets better than grown ups. We all work fourteen hours a day at times because when the beets is ready they has to be done. About twelve weeks is about all the children can work on thinning and topping. Some of them hoe a little. See Hine Report, Colorado Bee[t] Workers, July, 1915.] Location: [Greeley vicinity, Colorado]

[Three adults and six children from seven years to twelve years hard at work on a sugar beet farm near Greeley Colorado. The father said: "The children can thin the beets better than grown ups. We all work fourteen hours a day at times because when the beets is ready they has to be done. About twelve weeks is about all the children can work on thinning and topping. Some of them hoe a little. See Hine Report, Colorado Bee[t] Workers, July, 1915.] Location: [Greeley vicinity, Colorado].

Three adults and six children from seven years to twelve years hard at work on a sugar beet farm near Greeley Colorado. The father said: "The children can thin the beets better than grown ups. We all work fourteen hours a day at times because when the beets is ready they has to be done. About twelve weeks is about all the children can work on thinning and topping. Some of them hoe a little. See Hine Report, Colorado Bee[t] Workers, July, 1915. Location: Greeley [vicinity], Colorado.

Close ups. Arthur C. Rebholz, 325 E. 64th St., detail of wood carving

Close ups. Front cover with printed title and author information

Close ups. Hayden Co., Park Ave. and 57th St., Gibbons carving detail

Close ups. International Music Hall, the Goose girl from left

Close ups. Cosmopolitan Club, detail of grape vine iron work and lamp

Close ups. Close up of bobbins

Close ups. Tree roots

Close ups. Folger Shakespeare Library, Merchant of Venice, a.m.

Close ups. Art of Loveliness, Miss Jane Cloud, business at 9 Barnes Block, show window looking out

Close ups. Apple blossoms

Close ups. Shad

Close ups. E.F. Cadwell & Co., W. 15th St., detail of terrestial globe

Close ups. Rockefeller Center, British Empire Building, detail of entrance

Close ups. Yellow hibiscus

Close ups. Apples

Close ups. Cut loaf and slices

Close ups. Bruce Buttfield, residence at 55 E. 52nd St., detail of crystal pieces on mantel

Close ups. Anthony Campagna, residence in Riverdale-on-Hudson, close up panel on fireplace

Close ups. Yellow pocket

Close ups. Architectural League, two statues; foreground, Nude by Gaetano Cecere; rear, Spirit of the dance by William Zorach

Close ups. Caroline Coe hibiscus

Close ups. Water rolls

Close ups. Steuben Glass, detail of table set up

Close ups. Harvey S. Ladew, residence, Pleasant Valley, living room, horses and iris on piano top

Close ups. Mrs. Radcliffe Romeyn, residence at 25 East End Ave., dining room mantel detail

Preparing material on Life Insurance Co. set for presentation to monopoly study comm[...]Washington, D.C., Nov. 4. A preliminary investigation by the S.E.C. of Life Insurance Co. Corporate [...] ups now completed, Gerhard Gesell, who served as the SEC's Chief Counsel in the investigation; Richard Whitney Case, is preparing the material gathered for presentation to the monopoly [...] committee in January. He is being assisted [...] J. Howe, Chief Financial Adviser, 11/4/38

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