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[Lion-headed serpent devouring its eagle-headed tail entwined about faces representing an alchemical combination of mercury and sulfer, an emblem of the unity of all matter]

[Lion-headed serpent devouring its eagle-headed tail entwined about fa...

Illus. and text in: Deutsches theatrum chemicum / Friedrich Roth-Scholtz. 3 vols. Nurnberg : Bey A.J. Felsseckern, 1728-1732. Published in: The tradition of science / Leonard C. Bruno. Washington, D.C. : Librar... More

To the freeholders, and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen, The important advantages arising from electing representatives by ballot, are so evident, that is matter of concern, that we find so salutary a measure openly oppose

To the freeholders, and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. G...

Imprint 3.; On verso, Copy 1: S; Reasons in favor of a Balloting Law.; On verso, Copy 2: S; Jan 4, 1770; N.Y.H.S. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images... More

New York, May 31st, 1770. Advertisement. Whereas a meeting of the inhabitants was called yesterday, without the knowledge of the Committee appointed to inspect into the importation of goods, and there undertook to pass resolves, on a matter sett

New York, May 31st, 1770. Advertisement. Whereas a meeting of the inha...

Positive Photostat. 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 104, Folder 13.

To the freeholders and freemen of New-York. My dear countrymen. December 29, 1775. I have good reason to assure you that there is a scheme in agitation to surprise and confound you in a matter of the last importance - the election of members for

To the freeholders and freemen of New-York. My dear countrymen. Decemb...

On verso: S; Dec 29, 1775. 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 108, Folder 40.

Burlesque political sermon! written by a gentleman of St. Louis, expressly for Byron Christy. That's what's the matter. [n. p. n. d.].
Judge Blackstone in the 2d Chapter of the first Book of his Commentaries, speaking of Parliament says, It is a matter most essential to the liberties of this kingdom, that such members be delegated to this important trust ... [n. p. n. d.].

Judge Blackstone in the 2d Chapter of the first Book of his Commentari...

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 243, Folder 5.

That's what's the matter. Published by Doyle. [Baltimore]
That's what's the matter! By Stephen C. Foster. H. De Marsan, Publish r, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y
That's what's the matter. Air- "Wait for the wagon." Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila
That what's the matter by Stephen C. Foster. New York Charles Magnus [186-].

That what's the matter by Stephen C. Foster. New York Charles Magnus [...

Colored illustration upper half of the page. 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 127, Folder 54.

A matter of direction
What's the matter? Miss O'Leary asked : her voice sounded hurt

What's the matter? Miss O'Leary asked : her voice sounded hurt

Gift; Ernest Fuhr estate; (DLC/PP-1934:0111). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: Saturday evening post.

Rep. Bloom presents sculptress with check from anonymous New Yorker to save home. Washington, D.C., Nov. 18. Early this week a reporter on a local paper discovered that Adelaide Johnson, sculptress, who created the Susan B. Anthony Sufferagist Group in the U.S. Capitol, was about to be evicted from her bare house. She had no means of moving several busts and statues which she had in the house and had set about destroying them. The matter was called to the attention of Rep. Sol Bloom of New York who investigated. An anonymous woman in New York sent a thousand dollars, and other amounts brought the total up to almost $2,000. Rep. Bloom arranged a suitable agreement with the realty company, and now Miss Johnson, shown here receiving the check, will be allowed to stay and continue her work. In the background is a bust of Susan B. Anthony
Sec. Chairman seemed bored at investment trust inquiry. Washington, D.C., Dec. 19. A little matter of expanding $3,182 in a heavy interest in companies with assets of a billion dollars, as told by one of the witnesses, did not seem to excite the interest of Chairman James M. Landis of Security and Exchange Commission, as he catches forty winks while attending a session of the Sec. Investment Trust Inquiry today
Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics -- what's the matter with these? / Keppler.

Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics -- what's the matter with th...

Illustration shows Puck pointing to a group portrait of Matthew Quay, standing on the left, Richard Croker, seated in center, and Thomas Collier Platt, standing on the right. Puck is asking Arthur Twining Hadle... More

Railway Labor and Capital meet. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. In compliance with a suggestion made by President Roosevelt in December, a joint conference between committees representing railway labor and railway managements was held here today. The most important matter considered was the Railroad Retirement Act situation, but no conclusion was reached. In the photograph, left to right: (seated) J.A. Phillips, Order of Railways Conductors; M.W. Clement, President of the Pennsylvania Railroad; and George B. Elliot, President of the Atlantic Coast Line; standing, left to right: E.J. Manion, Order of Railway Telegraphers: James J. Delaney, President, Masters, Mates, Pilots of America; George M. Harrison, Chairman of The Railway Executives Association of Railroads; J.B. Hill, President, Nashville, and Executive Officer, Missouri Lines; H.A. Scandrettm Trustee of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific
Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics--What's the matter with these? / Keppler.

Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics--What's the matter with thes...

Political cartoon showing child, representing Puck, pointing at Richard "Boss" Croker, Thomas Collier Platt, and Matthew Stanley Quay. Illus. in: Puck, v. 46, no. 1194 (1900 Jan. 24), cover. Copyright by Kepple... More

What's the Matter With New York? If I lived in Finland, Norway...

What's the Matter With New York? If I lived in Finland, Norway...

Notes states and countries where women can vote and suggests that mothers and teachers voting would address home interests and improve working conditions.

What's the Matter with New York?

What's the Matter with New York?

Suffrage flier distributed at Democratic ward primaries. Lists state and foreign countries where women have full or partial suffrage and asks why not in New York. Women voters would protect the home and improve... More

Some of the doffers in the Washington Cotton Mills, Fries, Va. The smallest one said he was 15 years old but, for that matter, they are all "wise" to the necessity for being at least 14. All work. The group was posed by the overseer.  Location: Fries, Virginia.
A fine "stand" of vines on Mr. Searle's marsh. Observe how erect the vines are! This makes gathering by the rake (3766 and 3767) an easy matter and absolutely does away with hand picking by women and children. Photo through courtesy of owner Mr. Andrew Searles.  Location: Grand Rapids, Wisconsin.
I am willing, no matter what my personal fortunes may be, to play for the verdict of mankind

I am willing, no matter what my personal fortunes may be, to play for ...

Political poster for Woodrow Wilson 1916 presidential election campaign shows Wilson in head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left. Amalgamated Lithographers of America, Local No. 4, Chicago, Union Label. Copyrig... More

State of Minnesota Executive department. Proclamation ... I, Joseph A. A. Burnquist, Governor of Minnesota, realizing that the assuming on the part of our people of an increased responsibility in this matter will result in many benefits to our s

State of Minnesota Executive department. Proclamation ... I, Joseph A....

Proclamation.; On verso: {stamp} D. of D. Oct 18 1920. 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; Por... More

Chocolate sundae. Here is the ice cream and in the "oil can" is the  chocolate syrup.  By the appearance of the man on the right business is poor Roumanian trains never fail to stop at every station no matter how fast the express is advertised to be. Throngs gather on the platforms, fruit sellers, lemonade vendors, gypsy palmists, town boys and girls and frock coated officials. It is like the days down home when the five o'clock came in ; Part of the University of Bucharest. Riots have frequently occurred here because of the large enrollment of Jewish students.

Chocolate sundae. Here is the ice cream and in the "oil can" is the c...

Photographs show scenes in Romania including: two ice cream vendors on sidewalk, carrying bucket and can; people gathered outside railroad car; and a building of the University of Bucharest. Title from item. Ne... More

The first of [...] M.S. Eisenhower, Director of Information, U.S. Department of Agriculture, finds the first publication ever issued by the Department to be interesting reading matter. This booklet, recently discovered in one of the Department libraries, was issued in 1861. It was a report on plants in the U.S. Propagation Gardens and was written by William Saunders. In the last fiscal year the Department sent out over 11,000,000 farmers' bulletins, 11/24/30
Demonstrates non-sinkable ship to members of Congress. Adam T. Drekolias, of New York, demonstrating to members of the House Naval Affairs Committee, February 24th, his invention which he claims will keep any ship from sinking, no matter how badly damaged. The invention is a collapsible chamber designed to ? air in the hull of a disabled vessel, even if a ship were completely filled with water. He claims the device would keep its upper deck above the surface, giving the crew a chance for their lives until rescuers arrived. Mr. Drekolias is shown on the left in the photograph
Hitler speech means end of peace talks, Senator Borah says. Washington, D.C., April 28. Senator William E. Borah, Republican of Idaho, Dean of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, after reading the speech of Adolph Hitler today told newsmen that he regarded it 'as ending the matter of further world peace discussions'
Rep. Hamilton Fish on neutrality. Washington, D.C., Oct. 30. After the House Rules Committee Session, Rep. Hamilton Fish was interviewed by the press. He told reporters that he had no disposition to filibuster and hoped that congress would disposed of the matter by Friday night, but he said opponents wanted some rule permitting the House to decide policy on three questions: the arms embargo, loans under the cash and carry provision, and the presidential power to determine combat areas, which Fish said, was equivalent to giving him authority to name an aggressor
Scotch machine, Washington, D.C., September 8. This machine, exhibited at the World Power Conference which is being held here, is devised so as to use every inch of matter contained in coal. The coal is put in the rettort and heated to a temperature of 1832 degrees. From the smoke and gas, Tar, Ammonium Sulphite, sulphur, light oils and gas are derived and from the tar, medicines, aromatic oils, perfumes, dyes, and acids are derived. From the light oils, motor fuel is obtained. In short: this machine wastes nothing at all
Scotch machine, Washington, D.C., September 8. This machine, exhibited at the World Power Conference which is being held here, is devised so as to use every inch of matter contained in coal. The coal is put in the retort and heated to a temperature of 1832 degrees. From the smoke and gas, Tar, Ammonium Sulphite, sulphur, light oils and gas are derived and from the tar, medicines, aromatic oils, perfumes, dyes, and acids are derived. From the light oils, motor fuel is obtained. In short: this machine wastes nothing at all
The evidence. Washington, D.C. June 11. A returned mail package was placed in evidence at the Senate Post Office Committee hearing today when First Assistant Postmaster General W.W. Howes appeared to defend the charges against the Post Office Department of refusal to deliver mail thru strike picket lines. Howes testified that his department would ask use of not military force to protect "abnormal" deliveries of food and clothing to workers inside strike bound steel plants. He denied that postal officials had made an agreement with union officials concerning the acceptance of delivery of mail matter. In the photogrpah, left to right: Senator H. Styles Bridges, New Hampshire; First Assistant PMG W.W. Howes, Senator Kenneth McKellar; Chairman of the Committee; and Senator Josiah W. Bailey, North Carolina. 6/11/37
For Constitutional amendment. Washington, D.C., Mar. 22. Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Montana who was the chief witness on the stand today at the Senate Judiciary hearing. He is opposed to the packing of the Supreme Court by legislation. The Senator proposed that the matter be achieved by constitutional ammendment. Saying that the same end May be achieved by letting the people decide, 3/22/1937
Removing inferior peas and foreign matter from peas to be canned. Canning factory, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
How a bill become a law. Printed and numbered, the bill is not ready for consideration by the committee having jurisdiction over its subject matter. The committee members, specialists in their fields, carefully study the prospective legislation before it is sent to the floor of Congress of discussion
7:40 p.m. Tip Estes, hired man, with the youngest of his nine children. After dinner the family sits around until 8:00 or 8:30, when they go to bed. There is no reading matter in the house
Girls removing foreign matter and inferior peas. Pea canning factory, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
"A message from God." Washington, D.C., March 12. The Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Henry F. Ashurst, was a bit surprised today that even the Lord was interested in the proceedings, Azel Manning, Benson, North Carolina brought a message to the Senator from God, (so he says) that Manning should broadcast the Judiciary proceedings, Manning is shown on the left shaking hands with the Senator, who is taking the matter under advisement...
[A broadside picturing Leon Plante and the churn in which he lives, accompanied by explanatory matter] [Roseau, Minn. 1938?].

[A broadside picturing Leon Plante and the churn in which he lives, ac...

On verso, copy 1 and 2: Gift Leon Plaute, Dec 19, 1938. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 duplicate copies Printed Ephem... More

Veteran Virginia Senator. Washington, D.C., March 9. Senator Carter Glass, left, veteran legislator from Virginia, seemed to be in a happy frame of mind while having luncheon in the senate restaurant today. He is an expert on monetary matter, 3/9/38
Hoeing a tobacco slope. No matter how steep, all of the hills in the picture are under cultivation. Puerto Rico
The latest in cotton planting. Washington, DC, July 15. John Randolph, engineer of the U.S. Bureau of Agriculture Engineering demonstrates a model of a variable depth cotton planter which he invented. The small white dots at which he is pointing mark the wavy line of seed as planted by this new machine which makes it possible to get a strand of cotton no matter what the moisture conditions in the soil. This planter is now manufactured by several farm machinery companies and thousands are in use in the cotton belt, The essential part of the machine is a cam which causes the planting shoe to rise and fall as the planter moves forward, 7/15/38
PRESIDENT SIGNS POSTAL PROCLAMATION. WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 31. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SIGNING A PROCLAMATION TODAY APPROVING MODIFICATION OF POSTAL SCHEDULES TO REDUCE BY ONE-AND-A HALF CENTS A POUND RATES ON BOOKS WHICH CARRY NO ADVERTISING MATTER. THE REDUCTION IS EFFECTIVE WITHOUT REFERENCE TO POSTAL ZONES. EFFECTIVE FROM NOVEMBER 1 TO JUNE 30, 1939, THE REDUCTION WAS MADE IN AN EFFORT TO STIMULATE EDUCATION THROUGH READING
[Rep. Hamilton Fish on neutrality. Washington, D.C., Oct. 30. After the House Rules Committee Session, Rep. Hamilton Fish was interviewed by the press. He told reporters that he had no disposition to filibuster and hoped that congress would disposed of the matter by Friday night, but he said opponents wanted some rule permitting the House to decide policy on three questions: the arms embargo, loans under the cash and carry provision, and the presidential power to determine combat areas, which Fish said, was equivalent to giving him authority to name an aggressor]
Monopoly committee takes up insurance. Washington, D.C., Feb. 6. The SEC today, through the temporary National Economic Committee, began an investigation of insurance companies and the business. Ernest How, Chief Financial Adviser to the study and Dr. Donald H. Davenport, Special Economic Consultant, first witnesses, here are pointing out one of the mass of charts to be used as statistical matter in the investigation. Dr. Davenport is a former Harvard Professor, now serving with the SEC, 2-6- 39
[Rep. Hamilton Fish on neutrality. Washington, D.C., Oct. 30. After the House Rules Committee Session, Rep. Hamilton Fish was interviewed by the press. He told reporters that he had no disposition to filibuster and hoped that congress would disposed of the matter by Friday night, but he said opponents wanted some rule permitting the House to decide policy on three questions: the arms embargo, loans under the cash and carry provision, and the presidential power to determine combat areas, which Fish said, was equivalent to giving him authority to name an aggressor]
Civilian defense poster. "Jerry", the American eagle, which posed for this striking poster, is a resident of the National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C. The poster, in four colors, was issued today to illustrate Civilian Defense Week, observance of which begins Armistice Day, November 11, by proclamation of President Roosevelt. Specific days have been set aside throughout the week to mark special aspects of the Office of Civilian Defense, Office of Emergency Management (OEM). From an actual photograph. It is being distributed by state and local defense throughout the nation. Poster designed by Herbert Matter, distributed by the Office of Civilian Defense. It is printed in four colors. Copies may be obtained from state and local councils
To save time in checking threads on a twenty-millimeter shell booster, a plant superintendent built this machine. It makes possible a speedy checking of thread accuracy in contrast to the old hand method. The inventor made the machine out of a fan base and a couple pieces of machine steel in a matter of hours. Months would have been necessary to buy such a machine on the market
Rubber reclamation. Science guides rubber reclamation. Skilled chemists at a Midwest xylos process plant test every batch of rubber recovered from scrap to ensure removal of all traces of fabric, metal and other foreign matter. Firestone
Civilian protection. Fully equipped to cope with any situation they may encounter these New York City volunteer auxiliary firemen put on a demonstration of the matter in which they would handle the damage caused by an incendiary bombing attack. An incendiary bomb has fallen through the roof of this building and is blazing in the second story. One worker has already entered through the window and is using an "Indian" fire pump on the small blaze which has started. His fellow workers are following up the ladder equipped (from top to bottom) with the following items: top man carries a portable acetylene torch used to cut through metal to effect entrance or to extricate occupants caught under fallen beams or pipes; the next man carries a roof rope, while the man at the bottom bears a two-way portable radio. All workers are supplied with gas masks
Civilian protection. Fully equipped to cope with any situation they may encounter these New York City volunteer auxiliary firemen put on a demonstration of the matter in which they would handle the damage caused by an incendiary bombing attack. An incendiary bomb has fallen through the roof of this building and is blazing in the second story. One worker has already entered through the window and is using an "Indian" fire pump on the small blaze which has started. His fellow workers are following up the ladder equipped (from top to bottom) with the following items: top man carries a portable acetylene torch used to cut through metal to effect entrance or to extricate occupants caught under fallen beams or pipes; the next man carries a roof rope, while the man at the bottom bears a two-way portable radio. All workers are supplied with gas masks
America calling. Take your place in civilian defense / Herbert Matter.

America calling. Take your place in civilian defense / Herbert Matter.

Poster showing an eagle, wings spread, in profile.

Civilian protection. Fully equipped to cope with any situation they may encounter these New York City volunteer auxiliary firemen put on a demonstration of the matter in which they would handle the damage caused by an incendiary bombing attack. An incendiary bomb has fallen through the roof of this building and is blazing in the second story. One worker has already entered through the window and is using an "Indian" fire pump on the small blaze which has started. His fellow workers are following up the ladder equipped (from top to bottom) with the following items: top man carries a portable acetylene torch used to cut through metal to effect entrance or to extricate occupants caught under fallen beams or pipes; the next man carries a roof rope, while the man at the bottom bears a two-way portable radio. All workers are supplied with gas masks
Blowing oysters to remove all foreign matter. Rock Point, Maryland
Antiaircraft gun carriage. The leveling yoke for a thirty-seven millimeter antiaircraft gun carriage is cleaned in this bath before being painted. This yoke puts the gun on an even keel no matter what type of terrain the carriage rests upon. War program production scene in a Pennsylvania heavy industry plants now converted to the production of vitally needed military equipment. AETNA. Ellwood City, Pennsylvania
Civilian protection. Fully equipped to cope with any situation they may encounter these New York City volunteer auxiliary firemen put on a demonstration of the matter in which they would handle the damage caused by an incendiary bombing attack. An incendiary bomb has fallen through the roof of this building and is blazing in the second story. One worker has already entered through the window and is using an "Indian" fire pump on the small blaze which has started. His fellow workers are following up the ladder equipped (from top to bottom) with the following items: top man carries a portable acetylene torch used to cut through metal to effect entrance or to extricate occupants caught under fallen beams or pipes; the next man carries a roof rope, while the man at the bottom bears a two-way portable radio. All workers are supplied with gas masks
Civilian protection. Fully equipped to cope with any situation they may encounter these New York City volunteer auxiliary firemen put on a demonstration of the matter in which they would handle the damage caused by an incendiary bombing attack. An incendiary bomb has fallen through the roof of this building and is blazing in the second story. One worker has already entered through the window and is using an "Indian" fire pump on the small blaze which has started. His fellow workers are following up the ladder equipped (from top to bottom) with the following items: top man carries a portable acetylene torch used to cut through metal to effect entrance or to extricate occupants caught under fallen beams or pipes; the next man carries a roof rope, while the man at the bottom bears a two-way portable radio. All workers are supplied with gas masks
YB-17 bombardment squadron, Langley Field, Virginia. Top-notch performance of our big bombers is made a matter of certainty by the ground crews of the Air Force. A soldier-mechanic at Langley Field, Virginia makes an engine adjustment on a mighty YB-17 bomber under the critical eye of a sergeant
Something the matter with your wringer? It probably needs a few drops of oil, but call your repair man and he'll diagnose the trouble for you. If you attempt to do the job yourself, you may find the family wash oiled along with its wringer
High school Victory Corps. In true commando style, this young student at Flushing High School, Queens, New York, is learning to take care of himself no matter what the circumstances may be. High cliffs and walls won't stop him when he is old enough to serve in the armed forces
Conversion. Food machinery plant. It was a matter of only a couple of hours to change this block adapter from its former work, on the production of cube steak machinery to spout cutting for war subcontracts. Cube Steak Machinery Company, Boston, Massachusetts
Automobile salvage. When the scrap is sorted, powerful electric cranes load it into freight cars--each type and grade in a separate car. The crane transfers the scrap from the sorted pile to the car in a matter of moments. To conserve railroad car space and time, each car is completely filled before it is shipped
To save time in checking threads on a twenty-millimeter shell booster, a plant superintendant built this machine. It makes possible a speedy checking of thread accuracy in contract to the old hand method. The inventor made the machine out of fan base and a couple pieces of machine steel in a matter of hours. Months would have been necessary to buy such a machine of that kind on the market
Magazines and reading matter of all kinds are definitely appreciated by the "Flying Sergeants." Lake Muroc, California
Conversion. Beverage containers to aviation oxygen cylinders. Removing of non-shatter-chemical solution tank at a rubber factory now producing metal essential for the Army. This bath, which follows the removal of the weld scale, gives the inside of the cylinder a further cleaning and removes all chemicals which may remain from the previous operation. A satin-like surface, absolutely sterile and free from foreign matter, is made permanent in this operation. The cylinder is now also immune to attack from corrosion and other deteriorating elements. Firestone, Akron, Ohio
Conversion. Food machinery plant. It was a matter of only a couple of hours to change this block adapter from its former work on the production of cube steak machinery to spout cutting for war subcontracts. Cube Steak Machine Company, Boston, Massachusetts
Production. Airplane manufacture, general. After steel templates have been fastened to large sheets of metal, a router cuts a dozen sheets under each template in a matter of minutes. The work is being done in the Inglewood, California, plant of North American Aviation, Incorporated. This plant produces the battle-tested ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe
Conversion. Food machinery plant. It was a matter of only a couple of hours to change this block adapter from its former work, on the production of cube steak machinery, to spout cutting for war subcontracts. Cube Steak Machinery Company, Boston, Massachusetts
Conversion. Beverage containers to aviation oxygen cylinders. Once the two-half cylinders are joined together into a complete shatterproof high altitude flying oxygen cylinder on the production line of a huge rubber factory now producing metal essential for the Army, all traces of inside weld scale must be removed to prevent contamination of oxygen. In this process, a special chemical solution is drawn through the cylinder at controlled temperature and all foreign matter is removed. Firestone, Akron, Ohio
Bantam, Connecticut. One of the busiest sections of the Warren McArthur plant is the toolroom, with lathes turning for sixteen, and sometimes twenty-four hours daily. At the extreme left is Creighton Blanchard, who learned to operate a lathe at trade school in his hometown of Rutland, Vermont. Blanchard married a Rutland girl when he came to Bantam in July, 1941, and they have moved into a three-room unit of the new government housing project near the plant. Most popular reading matter in their comfortably furnished new home is the Rutland Herald, for Creighton insists that "You just can't get along without your hometown paper."
Production. Milling machines and machine castings. It's all a matter of relative angles and turning speeds. Properly set, this gear-cutting machine tool will produce any kind of beveled, spur, hypoid or other kind of gear. The small hypoid bevel gear shown partially cut in the center of the picture will soon become part of another machine tool after it has been heat-treated, ground, lapped and thoroughly tested and checked
Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Moisture and foreign matter from reclaimed household greases are drained from cookers into open vats at a rendering plant. The liquid next drains into a settling tank where additional tallow is recovered. The residue becomes cracklings, consisting of meat, bones and some fats, and will be used as animal food
Gorham (vicinity), New Hampshire. Reading matter, and the companionship of her Great Dane, Brenda, are the only things to dispel the loneliness of the evenings in the tower for Barbara Mortensen, a fire and airplane lookout on Pine Mountain
Reading Matter in Camp

Reading Matter in Camp

Oklahoma Crude, by Marc Norman, 1973; and History of Russia by George Vernadsky, 1962 Source: Pembroke, Herb

And that's what's the matter with Hanna
And that's what's the matter with Hanna
To the public A false and garbled statement having been given by some of the presses, and letter-writers from this city, as well as by W. Montgomery, relative to the difficulty between himself and myself, and that matter having undergone investi

To the public A false and garbled statement having been given by some ...

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 197, Folder 5.

To the public A false and garbled statement having been given by some of the presses, and letter-writers from this city, as well as by W. Montgomery, relative to the difficulty between himself and myself, and that matter having undergone investi

To the public A false and garbled statement having been given by some ...

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 197, Folder 5.

To the public A false and garbled statement having been given by some of the presses, and letter-writers from this city, as well as by W. Montgomery, relative to the difficulty between himself and myself, and that matter having undergone investi

To the public A false and garbled statement having been given by some ...

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 197, Folder 5.

The Osage ceded lands in Kansas. In the matter of the bill now pending in the Senate to amend a bill providing for the sale of said lands. The following statement is submitted to those members who have not fully investigated the facts in respect
The Osage ceded lands in Kansas. In the matter of the bill now pending in the Senate to amend a bill providing for the sale of said lands. The following statement is submitted to those members who have not fully investigated the facts in respect
The Osage ceded lands in Kansas. In the matter of the bill now pending in the Senate to amend a bill providing for the sale of said lands. The following statement is submitted to those members who have not fully investigated the facts in respect
The Osage ceded lands in Kansas. In the matter of the bill now pending in the Senate to amend a bill providing for the sale of said lands. The following statement is submitted to those members who have not fully investigated the facts in respect
That's what's the matter
That's what's the matter
That's what's the matter
That's what's the matter
Elihu B. Washburne to Abraham Lincoln, [June 1861]  (Strictly private matter)
Elihu B. Washburne to Abraham Lincoln, [June 1861]  (Strictly private matter)
Elihu B. Washburne to Abraham Lincoln, [June 1861]  (Strictly private matter)
Washington, January 2, 1844. Sir: The execution of the important trust conferred upon the government of the United States by the late James Smithson, of London, is a matter which must be deeply interesting to the people of this country, and more

Washington, January 2, 1844. Sir: The execution of the important trust...

Smithson, James. 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 197, Folder 35.

Washington, January 2, 1844. Sir: The execution of the important trust conferred upon the government of the United States by the late James Smithson, of London, is a matter which must be deeply interesting to the people of this country, and more

Washington, January 2, 1844. Sir: The execution of the important trust...

Smithson, James. 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 197, Folder 35.

Washington, January 2, 1844. Sir: The execution of the important trust conferred upon the government of the United States by the late James Smithson, of London, is a matter which must be deeply interesting to the people of this country, and more

Washington, January 2, 1844. Sir: The execution of the important trust...

Smithson, James. 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 197, Folder 35.

That's what's the matter with Hannah
That's what's the matter with Hannah
That's what's the matter with Hannah
That's what's the matter with Hannah
That's what's the matter with Hannah
That's what's the matter with Hannah
In the matter of George Gordon's petition for pardon /

In the matter of George Gordon's petition for pardon /

Rev. George Gordon was convicted in November, 1861, for violation of the Fugitive slave law. He was pardoned by President Lincoln in April, 1862. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

In the matter of George Gordon's petition for pardon /

In the matter of George Gordon's petition for pardon /

Rev. George Gordon was convicted in November, 1861, for violation of the Fugitive slave law. He was pardoned by President Lincoln in April, 1862. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

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