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Sundry amusements in the mines ; A Sundays amusements ; A daily pleasure ; Occupation for rainy days ; A pleasant surprise / / Lith. & published by Britton & Rey, cornr. Montgomery & California Sts., S. Francisco.

Sundry amusements in the mines ; A Sundays amusements ; A daily pleasu...

Pictorial lettersheet shows four images of camp activities while not mining: washing clothes, cooking, mending clothes and boots, and discovering a bear warming its paws by the fire inside a tent; attached blank leaf.

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the descendants of former African slaves now in residence in the United States of America] Proportion of whites and Negroes in the different classes of occupation in the United States / / Done by Atlanta University.

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the desc...

Circle graph shows comparison of African Americans in various occupations to whites.

Lord Roberts and staff cheering the Queen--Raising Union Jack on occupation of Pretoria, June 5th, S.A.

Lord Roberts and staff cheering the Queen--Raising Union Jack on occup...

Large crowd of soldiers, some on horseback, raising their hats and cheering.

The occupation of Hinshu by the Japanese second troops

The occupation of Hinshu by the Japanese second troops

Print shows Japanese soldiers of the Second Army overrunning the Russian line at Chin-Chou during the Russo-Japanese war.

Main street of Lodz after German Occupation

Main street of Lodz after German Occupation

Photograph probably shows Piotrkowska Street in Lodz, Poland during World War I. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2012)

Occupation of Constantinople

Occupation of Constantinople

Photograph shows British troops marching by Nusretiye Mosque in the Tophane district of Istanbul.

Gen. Peyton C. March reviewing the American Army Occupation in Germany

Gen. Peyton C. March reviewing the American Army Occupation in Germany

Photograph shows General March and others on horseback reviewing troops in a field in Germany.

Entering the Bosphorus our steamer was stopped for inspection and the last Allied officers passed us on. It was the end of their occupation The entrance to the Bosphorus from the Black Sea. Steaming through this narrow opening, one wonders how long can a nation of Turks keep their throttle hold on the great Russian Empire.

Entering the Bosphorus our steamer was stopped for inspection and the ...

Photographs show the entrance to the Bosphorus, Turkey.

Girls - are you interested in a job? Find out what an occupation has to offer you in pay, employment, security, and promotion : Free classes in occupations.

Girls - are you interested in a job? Find out what an occupation has t...

Poster for Illinois branch of the National Youth Administration promoting educational opportunities for young women seeking training for employment.

Boys - are you interested in a job? Find out what an occupation has to offer you in pay, employment, security, and promotion : Free classes in occupations.

Boys - are you interested in a job? Find out what an occupation has to...

Poster for Illinois branch of the National Youth Administration promoting educational opportunities for young men seeking training for employment.

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