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"Before" at Wakefield, New York City, throug[h] driveway was built

Bird's eye view, Wakefield, Neb.

Bird's eye view, Wakefield, Neb.

Lord Mayor of London, Sir Chas. Wakefield

[Charles Wakefield Cadman, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile]

W.H. West Co., Wakefield

W.H. West Co. Wakefield.

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Exterior of Wakefield I

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. View of Wakefield house and grounds from side

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Monument at entrance to Wakefield

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Land marker for Wakefield

Wakefield, Virginia. House where George Washington lived

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Close-up of side of Wakefield house

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Exterior of Wakefield II

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. View of Wakefield grounds and houses from rear

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Kitchen at Wakefield from hallway of house

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Birdhouse in garden at Wakefield

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Side and back view of Wakefield house

Sir Chas. Wakefield, 10/12/29 [i.e., 10/12/22]

Bust of James Bryce, gift to the Amer. people of Sir Chas. C. Wakefield, for the Sulgrave Institution of Grt. Brit. Unveiled at Capitol, Oct. 12. Left to rt.: Dr. A.S. Beelan, of the Canadian cabinet, Auck. Geddes, Sir Chas, Wakefield, Chief Justice Taft who accepted bust on behalf of Amer. people.

Burke statue. Formal presentation by British Delegation from the Sulgrave Institution, Oct. 12. Left to rt.: Rev. G.C.F. Bratenhal, Sir Chas. Wakefield, Fred Wakefield, Secy. of War Weeks, Alton B. Parker, Chancellor of the Institution and Lady Geddes

Tower of London. The Wakefield Tower and Bloody Tower

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Exterior of Wakefield I

Wakefield, Washington's birthplace. Exterior of Wakefield II

Wakefield Dairy. Interior of Wakefield Dairy plant, 41st and L Sts., S.E.

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

Wakefield, Wakefield Corner vic., Westmoreland County, Virginia

[Washington's birthplace, Wakefield, Westmoreland County, Virginia]

Explaining New Deal. From the left, W. Dale Clark of Omaha; Lyman E. Wakefield, of Minneapolis, and Thomas R. Preston, Chattanooga, all directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, photographed at the luncheon which interrupted the "explaining" of the New Deal by Chamber Directors. It was emphasized that the Directors were not "denouncing" the New Deal, merely "explaining"

National Labor Relations Board. Washington, D.C., April 14. The National Labor Relations Board pouring over some of their problems left to right: Wakefield Smith, Edwin S. Smith, and the Chairman J. Warren Madden, 4/14/1937

Donald Wakefield Smith

Wakefield, Virginia, George Washington's birthplace. View of Wakefield III

Donald Wakefield Smith, member if the National Labor Relations Board

Wakefield, Virginia, George Washington's birthplace. View of Wakefield VI

Garner & Wakefield; Texas grown

Wakefield, Virginia, George Washington's birthplace. View of Wakefield V

Wakefield, Virginia, George Washington's birthplace. View of Wakefield IV

Wakefield, Virginia, George Washington's birthplace. View of Wakefield II

Wakefield, Virginia, George Washington's birthplace. View of Wakefield I

Crossroads. Wakefield, Wake County, North Carolina

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Vertical detail, service arch

Gas station and general store at crossroads at Wakefield. Wake County, North Carolina

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Living room

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. East facade, from right

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. East facade, from left, through trees

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. East facade, from right

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Dining room, to fireplace

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Entrance facade across court

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Library

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Detail, through service arch

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. House, from hill

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Entrance, from drive

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Dining room, to living room

WAKEFIELD, RAY C. PORTRAIT

Washington, D.C. Miss Ethel Wakefield, a Western Union telegraph PBX operator

Washington, D.C. Miss Ethel Wakefield, a Western Union telegraph PBX operator

Members hear Nebraska Senator flat National Labor Relations Board. Washington, D.C., Jan. 27. Members of the National Labor Relations Board listen intently as Senator Burke, Democrat of Nebraska, today charged before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee that enforcement of the Wagner Labor Act by the NLRB has produced more strife and misunderstanding between employee and employer than ever existed before. Senator Burke made the charge as the basis for his demand for a Senate investigation of the Board. Left to right can be seen: Edward S. Smith, Donald Wakefield Smith, and J. Warren Madden, Chairman of the Board, 1/27/38

Former NLRB member listens to successor testify before Smith Committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. Listening intently to proceedings of the Smith Committee Investigating the National Labor Relations Board was Donald Wakefield Smith and his wife during the morning session. He is a former member of the Board, and was replaced by William Leiserson, witness before the Committee

Dr. A.S. Beland, Geddes, Wakefield, Taft, 10/12/22

Sir Chas. Wakefield, 10/12/22

Miss Margaret Wakefield and Miss Louise Kelley, 7/4/25

Mrs. Harry Lee Rust of Wakefield Nat'l Memorial Ass'n., 6/1/25

Labor Board reports to the President Washington, D.C., Nov. 2. Chairman Warren Madden, of the NLRB shown with other members of the Board after they reported to the President today at the White House. Madden said after the conference with the President that members of the Board for not believe that the Wagner Act needs revision. Madden, also advised the President of the Boards stand against amendment of revision, left to right. E.W. Smith, Madden, and Donald Wakefield Smith, 11/2/38

John Dockray House, Dockray Street, Wakefield, Washington County, RI

John Dockray House, Dockray Street, Wakefield, Washington County, RI

John Dockray House, Dockray Street, Wakefield, Washington County, RI

John Dockray House, Dockray Street, Wakefield, Washington County, RI

John Dockray House, Dockray Street, Wakefield, Washington County, RI

John Dockray House, Dockray Street, Wakefield, Washington County, RI

Wakefield Shopping Center, 1309-21 Court House Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Wakefield Shopping Center, 1309-21 Court House Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Wakefield Shopping Center, 1309-21 Court House Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Wakefield Shopping Center, 1309-21 Court House Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Wakefield Shopping Center, 1309-21 Court House Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Wakefield Shopping Center, 1309-21 Court House Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Wakefield Shopping Center, 1309-21 Court House Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Sarah F. Wakefield to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 23, 1863 (Sioux uprising in Minnesota)

Sarah F. Wakefield to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 23, 1863 (Sioux uprising in Minnesota)

Sarah F. Wakefield to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 23, 1863 (Sioux uprising in Minnesota)

Sarah F. Wakefield to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 23, 1863 (Sioux uprising in Minnesota)