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Topic: locust

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The political locust

The political locust

Caricature of a devouring locust nibbling at the remains of "poor old England", left in a destitute condition by high taxes, military setbacks, food shortages and an influx of destitute French clergy, during th... more

[Library Company of Philadelphia, Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
Montana state capitol building / litho. by W.E. Stephens & Co., 716 Locust St., St. Louis.

Montana state capitol building / litho. by W.E. Stephens & Co., 716 Lo...

Print shows competition drawing (not final design) for the state capitol building in Helena, Montana. With busy street scene of carriages and coaches, and large groups of people standing on steps and at entranc... more

Tree during locust plague
Locust egg
The locust plague
Locust killers at camp
Locust plague, wall & traps
Locust plague, workers
Locust plauge, olive tree
Burning locust
A locust
Locust plague, worker & locust

Locust plague, worker & locust

Title from negative sleeve. Taken either by the American Colony Photo Department or its successor, the Matson Photo Service. Guide card: Locust plague. Gift; Episcopal Home; 1978.

Locust final stage
Tent at locust killers camp
Wall to stop locust
The locust plague, equipment
The locust plague, at camp
The locust plague
Locust plague, wall & tree
Moulting locust
Locust plague, egg pouch
Locust plague
Locust plague, the wall
Locust plague
Locust
Locust eggs and locust just hatched
Locust plague
Locust plague
A) Locust eggs B) A locust (laying eggs?)

A) Locust eggs B) A locust (laying eggs?)

Title from negative sleeve. Taken either by the American Colony Photo Department or its successor, the Matson Photo Service. On negative: 2. Guide card: Locust plague. Two different images on the same plate. Gi... more

Burning locust
Close up of a locust
Locust plague, worker & locust
Locust plague
Moulting locust
The locust plague
Locust plague
Wall to stop locust
Moulting locust
Locust plague
The locust plague
Locust plague
Wall to stop locust
Moulting locust
Locust moulting
A) Locust B) Block #54795
Killing locust
Moulting locust
Locust moulting
Killing locust
Locust eggs and locust just hatched

Locust eggs and locust just hatched

Title from negative sleeve. Taken either by the American Colony Photo Department or its successor, the Matson Photo Service. On negative sleeve: See 1411 p. 415. Guide card: Locust plague. Variant views of the ... more

Feast after locust plague
Locust moulting
A locust
Locust plague
Locust in the sky
Locust plague, the wall
Locust plague
Locust in the sky
Locust
Locust plague, wall and trap
Locust St., Des Moines, Iowa
Locust Valley Matinecock crew
Locust Valley Crew

Locust Valley Crew

Photograph shows participants in the annual bobsled races in Locust Valley, Long Island, New York in February 1916. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

Locust Valley Matinecock crew

Locust Valley Matinecock crew

Photograph shows the twenty five women who composed the Matinecock crew which competed in the annual bobsled races in Locust Valley, Long Island, New York. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

Locust Valley Bobsledders, 1916

Locust Valley Bobsledders, 1916

Photograph shows participants in the annual bobsled races in Locust Valley, Long Island, New York in February 1916. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

Locust plague workers
Locust trap
Burning locust
Locust plague
Locust killers
Locust eggs
Locust workers camps
Workers at camp during locust plague.
Burning locust
Killing locust
Locust plague
Locust plague camp workers
Digging locust traps
Locust plague
Locust
Locust plague
Making locust traps
Burning locust
Locust plague

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