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Sale at auction [Woodcut] on Friday the 2nd day of October next, will be sold without reserve, at the lumber house lately occupied by Messers. Wm. Mackenzie & Co. on the cross street leading to Shockoe warehouse ... Taylor & Brown, V. M's. [Rich

Stolen between the evenings of the 3d and morning of the 5th of July, from the umbrella and parasol warehouse of John I. Smith 232 Pearl St. N. York the following goods ... New York. Oliver & Brother, Steam Job Printers [185-?].

Hennessy's cottage furniture warehouse

[Queen Street warehouse, Alexandria, Va.]

Warehouse at Fredericksburg, Va., used as a hospital for Federal wounded

Washington, District of Columbia. Quartermaster warehouse

U.S. Quartermaster's warehouse, Nashville, Tenn., March, 1864

Washington, District of Columbia. Quartermaster warehouse

Richmond, Virginia. Castle Thunder. Warehouse used as a prison

Washington, District of Columbia. Quartermaster warehouse

The most extensive stock of hardware and agricultural implements ever offered for sale in the District of Columbia at auction on Thursday, November 5, 1868. we will sell at the warehouse of J. P. Bartholow, Esq ... the largest, most complete and

[Men and women standing in interior of store or warehouse]

[African Americans working, Charleston, S.C.: Cotton warehouse, carrying cotton]

[African Americans working, Charleston, S.C.: Cotton warehouse, carrying cotton]

[The iron house and mast warehouse]

[Workmen constructing the Statue of Liberty in Bartholdi's Parisian warehouse workshop; first model; left hand; and quarter-size head-; Winter 1882?]

Benson, Maule & Co. seed warehouse / Longacre Co.

The Flood, Warehouse of Cambria Iron Works

Railroad map of Illinois prepared under the direction of, and presented by, Cicero J. Lindly, Chas. S. Rannells, and Jos. E. Bidwell, railroad and warehouse commissioners. April 1, 1898.

Rack warehouse, Hiram Walker & Sons, Walkerville, Ont.

Rack warehouse, Hiram Walker & Sons, Walkerville, Ont.

Russian wheat warehouse, Chemulpo

Path in front of warehouse, Hiram Walker & Sons, Walkerville, Ont.

[Laborers loading sacks onto railway at factory warehouse]

[Warehouse, Wyandotte Road, looking east, Hiram Walker & Sons, Walkerville, Ont.]

Chicago - Meat Packing Industry - Swift's Packing House: pickling and curing warehouse (contains 10,000 tons of hams)

A Tobacco warehouse, Louisville, Ky.

Metropolitan Warehouse Co.

Tobacco warehouse at Belvoir, (Estate of Lord Fairfax) Va.

[Exterior of Peoples Drug Store warehouse, Washington, D.C.]

Brazil, a coffee warehouse in Santos

China - Hankow. American warehouse at Hankow

Warehouse No. 4, capacity 36000 tons. C. & H.S.R. Co.

Sugar warehouse, showing machines and car-loading conveyer

Raw sugar stored in warehouse of C. & H.S.R. Co. 25000 tons shown in this picture

Woodward & Lothrop, warehouse

Annex to the AMERICAN RED CROSS warehouse Quai de Javel Paris. It was found necessary to take this building to receive the overflow from the original warehouse across the street in which donations from AMERICAN RED CROSS chapters in America are received, sorted, repacked and shipped to their final destination

Entrance to the headquarters of the American Zone, American Red Cross. On the left will be seen a new warehouse in course of construction. There is a constant stream of supplies going from this warehouse to the Americans to help in the big offensive

London warehouse of the ARC. An ARC sign leads the way from the corner of the Bank of Eng. to the warehouse, where 50,000 square feet of floor space is piled high with supplies from home for the American soldiers and sailors in Europe

Interior of AMERICAN RED CROSS warehouse 163 Quai de Juvel, Paris. The specialty of this warehouse is to take care of donations, the boxes prepared by chapters in America etc. The cases contain principally surgical dressings and clothing. On account of the difficulty in getting wooden boxes much of the material is sent out to its final destination in sacks as seen in the picture

Packing shipment of Matzoths [i.e. matzos] for the 77th Division for men of Jewish faith in the A.E.F. for the Passover Holiday, at Warehouse #40, Q.M.C. Depot, St. Denis [France] / Signal Corps. U.S.A.

A box from Duluth arrives at Galatz, Roumania, taken in the American Red Cross warehouse. Captain Mather, director of the warehouse, and some of his Roumanian workers

Where west helps east. Thousands of tons of American Red Cross supplies for the help of Russian refugees and the destitute people of the Balkan countries pass through this warehouse in Constantinople. It is the base of all relief operations in that part of the world. The building has a capacity of nearly 10,000 tons and is one of the finest on the waterfront. Unlike most warehouses in Constantinople supplies can be unloaded into it from the water. Most Turkish warehouses are built some distance from the water front and a haul by a team or a long carry by porters is necessary

Peoples Drug Store, warehouse

Guarding a stronghold. Supplies of any kind have to be closely guarded in the Crimea where thousands of refugees without homes, food or clothing are crowding daily. All the supplies of the small district have been exhausted and new supplies arriving by boat would be stolen immediately without heavy guards. This picture shows troops of the Volunteer Army guarding the warehouse of the American Red Cross where hospital and medical supplies are stolen. The presence of these guards is all that keeps the population from rifling the warehouse and appropriating the hospital supplies for their own use

Peoples Drug Stores warehouse

Warehouse, Peoples Drug Store

[Men standing in warehouse with cases of confiscated(?) liquor]

McDuff Green warehouse, Falmouth

Old warehouse on former Market Yard, Falmouth

Basil Gordon warehouse, Scott's Hill, Falmouth

Fire at S. Kanns Warehouse, [1/10/25]

[McDuff Green Warehouse in Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia--H.G. Lightner store]

Warehouse, Hoop-Pole Factory, 307-13 Sophia Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Basil Gordon warehouse, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Warehouse, near railroad bridge, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Warehouse, Pickle Factory, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Warehouse, corner of Charles and Amelia Streets, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Old Warehouse on former Market Yard, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Warehouse, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Warehouse, Fredericksburg, County, Virginia

Warehouse, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Warehouse, Hoop-pole factory, Fredericksburg, Virginia

McDuff Green Warehouse, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

McDuff Green Warehouse, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Warehouse, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of wood II

Noland Plumbing Co., Inc. Warehouse interior III

Noland Plumbing Co., Inc. Warehouse interior II

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, hallway III

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, brick and tile room

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of wood IV

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of aluminum II

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, stainless steel door

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of wood III

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of wood VI

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of wood I

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, fountain in tile room

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, main lobby in terracotta room

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, hallway II

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, glass room

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of wood VIII

Hecht Company warehouse at 1401 New York Avenue, N.E. Exterior of Hecht Company warehouses I

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of aluminum I

Noland Plumbing Co., Inc. Warehouse interior I

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, brick room

Noland Plumbing Co., Inc. Warehouse interior with pipes on floor

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, marble room

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, entrance in hall

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, door in terracotta room

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, hallway I

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of aluminum III

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of wood VII

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, granite room

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, eagle on floor in nickel hall

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, room of wood V

Hecht Company warehouse at 1401 New York Avenue, N.E. Exterior of Hecht Company warehouse II

Ware Shoals, South Carolina. In a cotton warehouse

Abandoned sugarcane warehouse. Placquemines Parish, Louisiana

Farmers' warehouse owned by United Cooperative Society. Fitchburg, Massachusetts

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