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Larry Maher's big five-gallon jar. Air: Irish jaunting car. H. De Marsan, Publisher, No. 54 Chatham Street, N. Y
There's whiskey in the jar. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St., N. Y
There's whiskey in the jar. J. Wrigley, Publisher of songs, ballads &c., (opposite City Hall Park) New York
There's whiskey in the jar! Louis Bonsal, Bookseller, stationer, &c., Cor. of Baltimore and Frederick St. Baltimore, Md
The green above the red. Composed and sung by Wm. H. Lindsey. Air: There's Whiskey in the Jar. H. De Marsan, Publisher of Songs, ballads, toy books, &c. No. 54 Chatham street, N.Y
We'll fight for Uncle Sam. Air: Whiskey in the jar. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N.Y
There's whiskey in the jar. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 60 Chatham Street, N. Y
Woman with water jar on head

Woman with water jar on head

Gift; William P. Meeker; 1971. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942. World's Transportation Commission photograph collection (Library of Congress).

Woman making an earthenware jar
Northern views. Ancient stone jar
Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin woman with water jar
Various types, etc. Woman making an earthenware jar.
Costumes, characters, etc. Bedouin woman carrying baby and water jar ; Bedouin shepherd boy of Beersheba
Edward S. Curtis - Zuni girl with jar, Head and Shoulders Portrait

Edward S. Curtis - Zuni girl with jar, Head and Shoulders Portrait

Head-and-shoulders portrait of Zuni girl with pottery jar on her head. H34029 U.S. Copyright Office. Edward S. Curtis Collection. Curtis no. 829.

A water seller on his daily round, filling a jar of primitive design, Valencia, Spain

A water seller on his daily round, filling a jar of primitive design, ...

Stereo copyrighted by Underwood & Underwood. No. (67)-10411. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Geogr.; Water; Street vendors; Ph. Ind.

Spanish water jar, New Orleans
Agriculture, etc. Peasant girl of Betunia. Carrying a water jar on her head
Closures on bottles and jars. Jar lid detail
Various subjects of archaeological interest. Typical seal on a jar handle. Seal impression from Tell Beit Mirsim of the steward of King Jethoiachin. About 597 B.C.; [Another view of seal impression].
[Woman standing with jar on head, Nazareth in distance]
[Woman standing with jar on head, Nazareth in the distance]
Closures on bottles and jars. Jar filled with olives
First pattern drawn on jar
View of Bethlehem from the south. Woman leaving well, water jar on head
Jar after brewing
Bethlehem woman with jar seated under almond tree. Bethlehem in background
Egypt. The fourth pyramid. Dr. Selim Bey Hassan showing pottery jar from excavations
Complete jar glazed over pattern

Complete jar glazed over pattern

Photograph shows finished pottery jar with design of gazelle on it.

Bethlehem woman with jar, showing Bethlehem & Church of the Nativity
Bethlehem woman with jar seated under almond tree. Bethlehem in background
[...] yolk is weighted and put into a jar [...] rest of the egg
Rural arts exhibition held under the auspices of the Farm Security Administration (FSA) in the patio of the U.S. Department of Agriculture building. Handspun and woven rug from Colorado; beaded bridle and beaded papoose carrier made by Sioux Indians; small pottery and corn storage jar, drum and basket made by Indians of the Southwest
American Institute of Pharmacy. Jar and bottle display at American Institute of Pharmacy I
Monopoly Committee told Ball Fruit Jar Corp. is protected patents. Washington, D.C., Dec. 15. The manufacturer of mason fruit jars, Frank C. Ball of Muncie, Ind., today told the Monopoly Investigating Committee that his contract for patented glass-making machinery prevents issuance of licenses to new fruit jar manufacturers. He said the contract, with the Hartford Empire Company, owner of Vital Glass-Making Machinery Patents, was taken out in 1932 carrying a provision that Hartford would grant no further licenses for domestic fruit jar manufacture beyond those then in effect, 12/15/38
A sharp questioner. Washington, D.C., Dec. 15. Hugh L. Cox, who as Special Assistant to the Attorney General is acting as one of the counsel for Joint Monopoly Committee, is proving a shrewd questioner at the daily hearings. Cox, left, is pictured quizzing J.H. McNash of Hazel-Atlas Glass Container Co. regarding a statement that the Ball Fruit Jar Co. wished to make some agreement to restrict the Hazel-Atlas production of fruit jars, 12/15/38
Southeast Missouri Farms. Child of sharecropper opening jar of fruit in kitchen
American Institute of Pharmacy. Jar and bottle display at American Institute of Pharmacy II
Daughter of FSA (Farm Security Administration) client looking into candy jar. Farm near Bradford, Vermont
Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Haifa. The "Kadar" Ltd. Ceramics. Fashioning of a jar on the potters wheel, close up
Government Stud Farm, Acre. Individual chicken house showing water contrivance (porus jar)
President of home demonstration club exhibiting a new type of Mason jar for canning purposes. McIntosh County, Oklahoma
Method for preserving sweet cream indefinitely discovered by Government expert. Washington, D.C., Jan. 26. Dairymen the world over will benefit from a method discovered by Owen E. Williams, of the Bureau of Dairy Industry, U.S. Department of Agriculture, whereby sweet cream can be preserved indefinitely in sodium chloride, common table salt. To 100 pounds of cream testing 40 per cent butterfat, 7 pounds of salt are added. When the cream is to be delivered once a week from the farm to the creamery, enough salt is placed in the cream jar at the beginning of the week to preserve the week's supply. As more cream is added after each milking, it must be carefully mixed with the salt solution already in the jar. The salt prevents souring and acts as an anti-freeze. To remove the salt, Williams dilutes the thick cream with fresh skim milk and runs the mixture through an ordinary cream separator. The cream may then be used as coffee cream or it may be used in the manufacture of sweet cream butter or in the manufacture of ice cream. 1. Mr. Williams weighs out 7 pounds of sodium chloride - common table salt - which is sufficient to preserve 100 pounds of 40 per cent cream, 1/26/39
Farmwife at Southeast Missouri project reaching for jar of canned meat
Using a 2000 pound steam hammer on jar rein for drilling equipment. Keystone Drilling Company, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
Using 2000 pound steam hammer on jar rein for drilling equipment. Keystone Drilling Company, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
Using 2000 pound steam hammer on jar rein for drilling equipment. Keystone Drilling Company, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
Salvage. Scrap rubber collection. Have you any old rubber lying around? Look at this picture closely and you will find many things that you too can contribute to the national scrap rubber pile. This accumulation in the yards of the Dowenthal Company in Akron, Ohio, contains old bicycle tires, hot water bottles, fruit jar rings, rubber heals and soles, floor mats, tire patches, hose connections, tubing, gaskets, fan belts, washers, in fact, everything but rubber checks
Washington, D.C. Jar rings, torn bathing cap, doll's leg, boot, boy's rain hat, hose in rubber salvage display at "Call Carl" filling station on Georgia Avenue
Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. Third step is to allow expanding air inside the jar to escape during the processing; the screw band should be turned as far as it will go and then turned back about a quarter turn. Immediately after processing. the screw band must be made as tight as possible to ensure a perfect seal. The jar is then set aside in an upright position to cool

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. Third step is to allow expanding air inside the jar to escape during the processing; the screw band should be turned as far as it will go and then turned back about a quarter of a turn. Immediately after processing, the screw band must be made as tight as possible, to ensure a perfect seal. The jar is then set aside, in an upright position, to cool

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. First step in sealing a jar is to fit the wet, sterilized rubber ring around the projection on the underside of the glass lid, also sterilized

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. To open the jar, insert knife between glass lid and rubber ring

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. First step in sealing a jar is to fit the wet, sterilized rubber ring around the projection on the underside of the glass lid, also sterilized

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Annotation on original negative jacket. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information ... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. To open the jar, insert knife between glass lid and rubber ring

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Annotation on original negative jacket. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information ... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. Let the jar stand for twelve hours by which time it will have cooled thoroughly. After this the screw bands may be removed permanently since the glass lid and the rubber ring provide a complete seal, with no danger of food spoilage

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. Let the jar stand for twelve hours by which time it will have cooled thoroughly. After this the screw bands may be removed permanently since the glass lid and the rubber ring provide a complete seal, with no danger of food spoilage

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Schenectady, New York. Home economics pupils using a jar clamp that was made in the trades and industries class at the Oneida school
Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. First step in sealing a jar is to fit the wet, sterilized rubber ring around the projection on the underside of the glass lid, also sterilized

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Annotation on original negative jacket. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information ... More

Shown here are the four simple steps in the use of the new lid and metal band closure which will replace the more familiar zinc mason cap--conserving zinc so vitally needed for direct war materials. The Containers Division of the War Production Board (WPB) is encouraging manufacturers to make many millions of these closures available for this year's canning. Jar at the left, having been sterilized, is ready to be filled. Second jar shows the position of the lid immediately after filling, the rubber gasket is placed in between the lid and the mouth of the jar. Third jar: the metal band is screwed on tightly and then slightly loosened and processing begins. After processing is completed, band is tightened again. Jar at the right shows how the band can be removed when the food has thoroughly cooled and the vacuum will hold the lid tightly in place. A truly all-glass package. To open, insert a knife to break vacuum, and lid lifts off easily

Shown here are the four simple steps in the use of the new lid and met...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars, recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. Let the jar stand for twelve hours by which time it will have cooled thoroughly. After this the screw bands may be removed permanently since the glass lid and the rubber ring provide a complete seal, with no danger of food spoilage

Steel-saving glass-top jars, recommended by the War Production Board, ...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. First step in sealing a jar is to fit the wet, sterilized rubber ring around the projection on the underside of the glass lid, also sterilized

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. First step in sealing a jar is to fit the wet, sterilized rubber ring around the projection on the underside of the glass lid, also sterilized

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, C...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Shown here are the four simple steps in the use of the new lid and metal band closure which will replace the more familiar zinc mason cap--conserving zinc so vitally needed for direct war materials. The Containers Division of the War Production Board (WPB) is encouraging manufacturers to make many millions of these closures available for this year's canning. Jar at the left, having been sterilized, is ready to be filled. Second jar shows the position of the lid immediately after filling, the rubber gasket is placed in between the lid and the mouth of the jar. Third jar: the metal band is screwed on tightly and then slightly loosened and processing begins. After processing is completed, band is tightened again. Jar at the right shows how the band can be removed when the food has thoroughly cooled and the vacuum will hold the lid tightly in place. A truly all-glass package. To open, insert a knife to break vacuum, and lid lifts off easily
Dresher, Pennsylvania. A boy looking at a frog in a jar at the Spring Run Farm
[ Danny Kaye points to a jar and Mack Weiner holds a "General Sullivan" award, 1971]
Chinese Glazed Spouted Soy Sauce Jar

Chinese Glazed Spouted Soy Sauce Jar

Imported between 1870 and 1910; reflects the presence of Chinese laborers on the Central Pacific Railroad and in local mines and shops

Chinese Glazed Flared-Mouth Wine Jar

Chinese Glazed Flared-Mouth Wine Jar

Imported between 1870 and 1910; reflects the presence of Chinese laborers on the Central Pacific Railroad and in local mines and shops

Jar of "lin" honey, from Paul Fitzwater, made by bees from the nectar of white basswood

Jar of "lin" honey, from Paul Fitzwater, made by bees from the nectar ...

Event: Interview with Paul Fitzwater, proprietor of Butch's Convenience Store.

Bob Kiss, Speaker of the House for the West Virginia Legislature, looking at jar of well water, presented to illustrate the effects of blasting on the water supply

Bob Kiss, Speaker of the House for the West Virginia Legislature, look...

During the 1998 election campaign, Mr. Kiss visited the Ramp House at the head of Drew's Creek. Citizens voiced their concerns about mountaintop removal, enclosure of lands traditionally used for hunting, gathe... More

A HopiTewa Indian ceramic jar, created between 1985 and 1992 by Dextra Quotskuwa Nampeyo, displayed at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona a private, not-for-profit museum to the advancement of American Indian art. The jar is 7.5 inches wide and 10 inches high

A HopiTewa Indian ceramic jar, created between 1985 and 1992 by Dextra...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... More

[Woman removing jar lid in kitchen] / Edward Penfield.

[Woman removing jar lid in kitchen] / Edward Penfield.

Title devised by cataloger. (DLC/PP-1933:0034). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "Pure Food Campaigns, the Way to Conduct them" by Lewis B. Allyn, Collier's m... More

[Woman removing jar lid in kitchen] / Edward Penfield.

[Woman removing jar lid in kitchen] / Edward Penfield.

Title devised by cataloger. (DLC/PP-1933:0034). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "Pure Food Campaigns, the Way to Conduct them" by Lewis B. Allyn, Collier's m... More

Doing de old coon jar

Doing de old coon jar

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Doing de old coon jar

Doing de old coon jar

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Doing de old coon jar

Doing de old coon jar

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Doing de old coon jar

Doing de old coon jar

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)