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Benjamin H. Latrobe, no date, Notes on Building Costs
Thomas Jefferson, no date, Note on Carpeting Costs
Descripsion des costs, pts., rades, illes de la Nouuele France faict selon son vray méridien : avec la déclinaison de la ment de plussieurs endrois selon que le sieur de Castes le franc le démontre en son liure de la mécométrie de l'emnt. /

Descripsion des costs, pts., rades, illes de la Nouuele France faict s...

Shows coast of North America from western Nova Scotia to Cape Cod. Relief shown pictorially. Gift; Henry Harrisse; 1910. Pen-and-ink with green wash. Vellum chart collection, no. 15. LC Nautical charts on vellu... More

Descripsion des costs, pts., rades, illes de la Nouuele France faict selon son vray méridien : avec la déclinaison de la ment de plussieurs endrois selon que le Sieur de Castes le franc le démontre en son liure de la mécométrie de l'emnt. /
Thomas Jefferson, 1784-89, Table of Costs for Carpeting and Calico
Thomas Jefferson, June 21, 1790, Estimated Costs of Proposed United States Diplomatic Missions

Thomas Jefferson, June 21, 1790, Estimated Costs of Proposed United St...

Estimated Costs of Proposed United States Diplomatic Missions

Costs in gold, white goods, linens, printed cottons, ginghams, &c. made up with a given rate of expenses, by James Halliday. New York. c. 1870.

Costs in gold, white goods, linens, printed cottons, ginghams, &c. mad...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 128, Folder 6a.

"It costs money to fix things" --C.P. Huntington / F. Opper.

"It costs money to fix things" --C.P. Huntington / F. Opper.

Illustration shows a man handing money to a Congressional Page to purchase the legislative services of a Congressman; on the left and in the background, Congressmen are shown sitting in the House or Senate cham... More

Says profits should be distributed in pay envelopes. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. H.J. Tily, president of the Strawbridge and Clothier Co., of Philadelphia, who told the Senate Committee Investigating Profit Sharing that the only practical system of profit sharing lay in 'a fat pay envelope.' He attacked federal tax systems saying that government costs are hurting and killing business. He later remarked that the Republican party had a few honest members, to which Senator Arthur Vandenberg retorted, 'That is shown by the Pennsylvania election returns'
Brass industrialist tells Monopoly Committee they 'follow the leader and pray for profit.' Washington, D.C., May 9. H.L.Randall, President of the Riverside Metal Co., left, and John Coe, Jr., Vice President of the American Brass Co., on the right, witnesses before the Monopoly Committee's hearings on the beryllium industry today. Senator Joseph O'Mahoney, Co-chairman of the Committee, asking about the relation of price and production costs, received from Randell in reply, 'We follow the price set by the leader and pray that we will make a profit.' Coe denied that his firm set prices for others to follow. O'Mahoney mentioned that certain beryllium allow products had increased in price when raw materials were cheap, and Coe countered that his firm had lost from $10,000 to $20,000 annually over a period of years while they were developing beryllium processes
V explains 'Brandeis System' of insurance to Monopoly Committee. Washington, D.C., June 15. Judd Dewey, Deputy Commissioner of Savings Bank Life Insurance in Massachusetts, today reviewed the achievements of the life insurance system inaugurated by the late former Supreme Court Associate Justice Brandeis in his state. He showed that the 'Brandeis System,' while paying higher annual dividends, charges lower premiums, costs a great deal less to operate, made a higher rate in earnings on investments, and maintained a higher ratio of surplus to reserves than the other companies. Only one company in the state paid higher dividends over the last ten years, he said, and that company paid only 89 cents more for the entire period
Former TVA Chairman challenges fairness of TVA yardstick for power rates. Washington, D.C., Dec. 3. Former TVA Chairman Arthur E. Morgan today challenged the fairness of the TVA yardstick for power rates before the Joint Congressional Committee Investigating the Government's Power Program. Since he was 'fired' Morgan has conducted a personal study of TVA rates and allocations of costs of constructing the dams, on which the rates are based
Uncle Sam says - garden to cut food costs Ask the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., for a free bulletin on gardening - it's food for thought / / A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore.

Uncle Sam says - garden to cut food costs Ask the U.S. Department of A...

Poster showing a man and woman tending a vegetable garden, with Uncle Sam and an arrangement of vegetables in the foreground. United States Department of Agriculture.

A national conference of business men to inquire into the costs and methods of distributing merchandise of all kinds was opened in Washington today, January 14th, at the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Prominent men from all over the country attended the first session which was addressed by the Secretary of Commerce, Herbert Hoover, who outlined from the national viewpoint the problems in distributing. In the group, left to right, T.F. Whitmarsh of New York; General J.J. Carty, Vice-President of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company; C.L. Alsberg, Leland Stanford University of California and Herbert Hoover, Secretary of Commerce
Company store, Osage, West Virginia. Sack of flour in A&P. In same town costs sixty-nine cents and in company store costs one dollar and twenty-five cents
Meeting of the Mothers' Club in Arvin camp for migrant workers, a Farm Security Administration (FSA) camp. The discussion this evening centers on the possibility of buying kerosene oil in large quantities and distributing it cooperatively in camp, to cut costs. Kerosene is used both for cooking and for lighting purposes
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Meeting of the Mothers' Club in Arvin camp for migrant workers, a Farm Security Administration (FSA) camp. The discussion this evening centers on the possibility of buying kerosene oil in large quantities and distributing it cooperatively in camp, to cut costs. Kerosene is used both for cooking and for lighting purposes
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
25 cents, costs of producing gallon of whisky, Monopoly Committee told. Washington, D.C., March 16. The Monopoly Committee was told today by James E Friel, Vice President and Treasurer of Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc., that the cost of producing a gallon of Kentucky Bourbon Whisky was between 25 and 30 cents. In Illinois, Friel added, the cost would be five cents less because of the difference in state levies. He asserted that while prices of liquor have dropped since the early days of Repeal, the lower prices have not materially affected consumption, 3-16-39

25 cents, costs of producing gallon of whisky, Monopoly Committee told...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Operator of spool winding machine making knot. When spindles run out these knots are made with machine in her left hand. The small machine costs sixty-five dollars and replaces ten to fifteen operators. Laurel mills, Laurel, Mississippi
Woodpiles along the street are a characteristic of Portland, Oregon. Costs five dollars and fifty cents per cord, and must be hauled thirty-five miles. (Shows homeowner on porch.) Portland, Oregon
On the Bois d'Arc cooperative, Jerry Vardiman has a garden that will yield a large part of his family's food supply. Milk, which he obtains from the coop dairy, costs four cents a quart. Osage Farms, Missouri
Woodpiles along the street are a characteristic of Portland, Oregon. Costs five dollars and fifty cents per cord, and must now be hauled thirty-five miles. Portland, Oregon
Migratory laborers' camp. Single-room cabin costs two dollars and fifty cents, double room four dollars per week. Water hauled, usually priced at fifty-five cents for fifty-five gallon tank. Toilet for about 150 people. Near Belle Glade, Florida
25 cents, costs of producing gallon of whisky, Monopoly Committee told. Washington, D.C., March 16. The Monopoly Committee was told today by James E Friel, Vice President and Treasurer of Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc., that the cost of producing [a] gallon of Kentucky Bourbon Whisky was between 25 and 30 cents. In Illinois, Friel added, the cost would be five cents less because of the difference in state levies. He asserted that while prices of liquor have dropped since the early days of Repeal, the lower prices have not materially affected consumption, 3-16-39
Building barn for tobacco. Such a barn costs about one hundred dollars,  takes approximately one week to build. Near Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Government cartographer develops new process for making relief maps. Washington, D.C., Jan. 13. Through a process just perfected by John Braund, Cartographer for the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, relief maps can now be made showing all the details of topography in a form true to nature and which can be quickly understood and accurately read by even the untrained map reader. Instead of compressed paper or cardboard, Braund uses thin metal on which he has printed the map desired. He then hammers out the typography with a special electric hammer he has designed. Braund says this new method has proved more speedier, efficient, and costs less to make than maps, 1/13/39
Migratory laborers' camp. Single-room cabin costs two dollars and fifty cents, double room four dollars per week. Water hauled, usually priced at fifty-five cents for fifty-five gallon tank. Toilet for about 150 people. Near Belle Glade, Florida
Dickinson farm and ski town tow, which costs him about one thousand dollars to install three years ago. This is the first season he has made money on it, but business in increasing rapidly now. He has a small dairy, and until last year when the hurricane wiped out his entire grove of sugar maple, he used to make and sell syrup. Lisbon, New Hampshire
Dickinson farm and ski town tow, which costs him about one thousand dollars to install three years ago. This is the first season he has made money on it, but business in increasing rapidly now. He has a small dairy, and until last year when the hurricane wiped out his entire grove of sugar maple, he used to make and sell syrup. Lisbon, New Hampshire
Constable Scott of London (right) explains to Dean Landis, Office of Civilian Defense Director (center) and Major General L. D. Gasser, USA (left), the equipment of the Fauquier County Air Raid Patrol car (back) donated by Walter Chrysler to Fauquier County, Virginia. The car is a handsome model. Office of Civilian Defense recommends use of converted trucks at low costs
It costs a dime to look through this Bausch and Lomb high power telescope at beautiful New England, Savoy Mountains area near North Adams, Massachusetts
Careless talk costs lives / Al Doria.

Careless talk costs lives / Al Doria.

Poster suggesting careless communication may be harmful to the war effort, showing lips with tape over them. Date stamped on recto: Jan 21 '43. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Keep mum Loose talk costs lives.

Keep mum Loose talk costs lives.

Poster suggesting careless communication may be harmful to the war effort, showing a train blowing up. Date stamped on recto: Jan 21 '43. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Posting ceiling prices in foreign languages. America's shopper must be able to see and understand ceiling prices, so Freda Altberg's small yard goods shop in one of New York's East Side marketplaces has maximum prices for its stock posted in Yiddish. The sign reads, "Price Ceilings on Yard Goods," and lists the various types of cloth with their ceiling costs per yard
Escambia Farms, Florida. Poultry house built of lumber cut and milled at the farm. FSA (Farm Security Administration) project, so that the house costs client only a few dollars
New York, New York. Toy department display at R. H. Macy and Company department store during the week before Christmas. The hobby horse above costs almost one hundred dollars
New York, New York. Toy department display at R. H. Macy and Company department store during the week before Christmas. The hobby horse above costs almost one hundred dollars
Greenbelt, Maryland. Tenants cultivating their garden plot. Each tenant receives a fifty foot plot. It costs him a dollar to have it plowed, and he must then take care of it himself, or make some arrangement with a neighbor. Plots are situated outside the housing zone
Citations of Individual Production Merit awarded. The first five citations of Individual Production Merit have been awarded to five war workers, War Production Drive Headquarters has announced. The citation is the highest award conferred for individual achievement. It is granted only for ideas or suggestions that have an outstanding effect on the war effort. Walter P. Hill of Detroit, Michigan, a sales and development manager for the Wolverine Tube Division of the Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper Co., developed an idea of prime military importance. All that can be said is that he developed the "overall spum and primer for an ammunition primer which is now being utilized for large manufacturers of primer tubes. This effects a saving of metal, increased production with present facilities and lower overall production costs." The rest has been restricted by military authorities
Escambia Farms, Florida. Poultry house built of lumber cut and milled at the farm. FSA (Farm Security Administration) project, so that the house costs client only a few dollars
Escambia Farms, Florida. Poultry house built of lumber cut and milled at the farm. FSA (Farm Security Administration) project, so that the house costs client only a few dollars
New York, New York. Janet Winn [or Wynn], a Czech-American child, having mid-morning milk in public school; it costs five cents a week
Office equipment used by the War Production Board (WPB). Three automatic typewriters are used to turn out the many form letters which the WPB operations necessitate. These typewriters multiply production, reduce typing time and costs
Car pooling at Lockheed Vega. Bus ticket book in use at Lockheed Vega. This fifteen-cent ticket actually costs an employee twelve cents. For railheads at more distant points, tickets are proportionately higher
Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Preparing account sheets of labor costs
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration training center, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Dr. Frank Munk, director of the school is a Czechoslovakian who escaped from Prague at the time of Nazi occupation. He is on leave from the University of California, where he is an instructor in economics. He is the author of numerous books on costs and problems of distribution
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration training center, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Dr. Frank Munk, director of the school is a Czechoslovakian who escaped from Prague at the time of Nazi occupation. He is on leave from the University of California, where he is an instructor in economics. He is the author of numerous books on costs and problems of distrubution
Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most favored nation" treaties to be preserved at all costs ... Horace N. Fisher. Boston, Sept. 25. Boston Transcript Thursday, September 27, 1900.

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most fav...

In mss. Senator Lodge, with compliments of Col. Fisher.; Page Order: Piece 1 is a Leaflet. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and ... More

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most favored nation" treaties to be preserved at all costs ... Horace N. Fisher. Boston, Sept. 25. Boston Transcript Thursday, September 27, 1900.

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most fav...

In mss. Senator Lodge, with compliments of Col. Fisher.; Page Order: Piece 1 is a Leaflet. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and ... More

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most favored nation" treaties to be preserved at all costs ... Horace N. Fisher. Boston, Sept. 25. Boston Transcript Thursday, September 27, 1900.

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most fav...

In mss. Senator Lodge, with compliments of Col. Fisher.; Page Order: Piece 1 is a Leaflet. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and ... More

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most favored nation" treaties to be preserved at all costs ... Horace N. Fisher. Boston, Sept. 25. Boston Transcript Thursday, September 27, 1900.

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most fav...

In mss. Senator Lodge, with compliments of Col. Fisher.; Page Order: Piece 1 is a Leaflet. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and ... More

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most favored nation" treaties to be preserved at all costs ... Horace N. Fisher. Boston, Sept. 25. Boston Transcript Thursday, September 27, 1900.

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most fav...

In mss. Senator Lodge, with compliments of Col. Fisher.; Page Order: Piece 1 is a Leaflet. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and ... More

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most favored nation" treaties to be preserved at all costs ... Horace N. Fisher. Boston, Sept. 25. Boston Transcript Thursday, September 27, 1900.

Our Chinese policy. What we should forfeit in declaring war. "Most fav...

In mss. Senator Lodge, with compliments of Col. Fisher.; Page Order: Piece 1 is a Leaflet. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and ... More

[Abraham Lincoln], Tuesday, November 16, 1852  (Bond for Costs in case of Thomas D. Page vs. Henry Tanner; signed by J. R. Gunn)
[Abraham Lincoln], Tuesday, November 16, 1852  (Bond for Costs in case of Thomas D. Page vs. Henry Tanner; signed by J. R. Gunn)
Order for Summons, Bond for Costs in Stephens v. Firebaugh, [Law papers].

Order for Summons, Bond for Costs in Stephens v. Firebaugh, [Law paper...

Summary: William Firebaugh gave a $100 promissory note to John Stephens, who assigned it to Abednigo Stephens. After Firebaugh failed to pay, Abednigo Stephens retained Lincoln and sued to collect the debt. The... More

Order for Summons, Bond for Costs in Stephens v. Firebaugh, [Law papers].

Order for Summons, Bond for Costs in Stephens v. Firebaugh, [Law paper...

Summary: William Firebaugh gave a $100 promissory note to John Stephens, who assigned it to Abednigo Stephens. After Firebaugh failed to pay, Abednigo Stephens retained Lincoln and sued to collect the debt. The... More

Check row planted cotton. Touchberry Plantation, Issaquena County, Mississippi. This method, long used in corn in order to permit cross cultivation, eliminates as much as two thirds of the usual hand hoeing costs
Check row planted cotton. Touchberry Plantation, Issaquena County, Mississippi. This method, long used in corn in order to permit cross cultivation, eliminates as much as two thirds of the usual hand hoeing costs
John Richard to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1786, Duties on Potash; Spermaceti Candles; with Notation on Potash Costs by Thomas Jefferson

John Richard to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1786, Duties on Potash; S...

Duties on Potash; Spermaceti Candles; with Notation on Potash Costs by Thomas Jefferson

John Richard to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1786, Duties on Potash; Spermaceti Candles; with Notation on Potash Costs by Thomas Jefferson

John Richard to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1786, Duties on Potash; S...

Duties on Potash; Spermaceti Candles; with Notation on Potash Costs by Thomas Jefferson

John Richard to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1786, Duties on Potash; Spermaceti Candles; with Notation on Potash Costs by Thomas Jefferson

John Richard to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1786, Duties on Potash; S...

Duties on Potash; Spermaceti Candles; with Notation on Potash Costs by Thomas Jefferson

John Richard to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1786, Duties on Potash; Spermaceti Candles; with Notation on Potash Costs by Thomas Jefferson

John Richard to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1786, Duties on Potash; S...

Duties on Potash; Spermaceti Candles; with Notation on Potash Costs by Thomas Jefferson

A.- No. 45. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning costs. [1846?].

A.- No. 45. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning costs. [1...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 99, Folder 62c.

A.- No. 45. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning costs. [1846?].

A.- No. 45. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning costs. [1...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 99, Folder 62c.

A.- No. 45. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning costs. [1846?].

A.- No. 45. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning costs. [1...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 99, Folder 62c.

James Currie to Henry Remsen, Jr., July 8, 1791, Receipt of Court Costs
James Currie to Henry Remsen, Jr., July 8, 1791, Receipt of Court Costs
[Stephen T. Logan], Monday, June 15, 1840  (Bond for costs in case of Samuel H. Dabney vs. Isaac P. Spear)
[Stephen T. Logan], Monday, June 15, 1840  (Bond for costs in case of Samuel H. Dabney vs. Isaac P. Spear)
Bond for Costs in S. C. Davis & Company v. Strosnider, [Law papers].

Bond for Costs in S. C. Davis & Company v. Strosnider, [Law papers].

Appears to be signed by Lincoln. Summary: Strosnider gave S. C. Davis and Company a promissory note for $3,032.73. After Strosnider failed to pay, S. C. Davis and Co. retained Lincoln and Herndon and sued in an... More

Bond for Costs in S. C. Davis & Company v. Strosnider, [Law papers].

Bond for Costs in S. C. Davis & Company v. Strosnider, [Law papers].

Appears to be signed by Lincoln. Summary: Strosnider gave S. C. Davis and Company a promissory note for $3,032.73. After Strosnider failed to pay, S. C. Davis and Co. retained Lincoln and Herndon and sued in an... More

Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital : to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution
... A bill to simplify the proceedings of courts of justice, and to reduce the costs of litigation and the expense of the judicial establishment. November 26, 1849.

... A bill to simplify the proceedings of courts of justice, and to re...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 175, Folder 10.

... A bill to simplify the proceedings of courts of justice, and to reduce the costs of litigation and the expense of the judicial establishment. November 26, 1849.

... A bill to simplify the proceedings of courts of justice, and to re...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 175, Folder 10.

... A bill to simplify the proceedings of courts of justice, and to reduce the costs of litigation and the expense of the judicial establishment. November 26, 1849.

... A bill to simplify the proceedings of courts of justice, and to re...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 175, Folder 10.

... A bill to simplify the proceedings of courts of justice, and to reduce the costs of litigation and the expense of the judicial establishment. November 26, 1849.

... A bill to simplify the proceedings of courts of justice, and to re...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 175, Folder 10.

A.- No. 78. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning fees and costs in certain criminal cases. [1846?].

A.- No. 78. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning fees and ...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 99, Folder 65b.

A.- No. 78. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning fees and costs in certain criminal cases. [1846?].

A.- No. 78. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act concerning fees and ...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 99, Folder 65b.

Iron Works in France, no date, Notes on Building Costs, in French
Iron Works in France, no date, Notes on Building Costs, in French
Iron Works in France, no date, Notes on Building Costs, in French
Iron Works in France, no date, Notes on Building Costs, in French
Iron Works in France, no date, Notes on Building Costs, in French
Inflation. In Germany after the last war, it was possible to pay 50 million dollars for a nickel cup of coffee, and 35 million dollars for a $35 suit of clothes. This Berlin woman, realizing that fuel costs money, is starting the morning fire with marks "not worth the paper they are printed on"
Inflation. In Germany after the last war, it was possible to pay 50 million dollars for a nickel cup of coffee, and 35 million dollars for a $35 suit of clothes. This Berlin woman, realizing that fuel costs money, is starting the morning fire with marks "not worth the paper they are printed on"