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Watertown, July 3, 1776. In Council. Ordered, that the following part of the resolution of this General Assembly respecting the declaration prescribed in the Act, commonly call the test act, be forthwith published in hand bills, and sent to the

Watertown, July 3, 1776. In Council. Ordered, that the following part ...

Positive Photostat.; Not in Evans.; Not in Ford.; Test Act.; Stamped on verso: 595. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 dup... More

To the electors of the Western district. A crisis has arrived in the affairs of our country, by which the comparative merits of federal policy on the one hand, and of democratic policy on the other are now brought to the test of actual experimen
The people putting responsibility to the test or the downfall of the kitchen cabinet and collar presses

The people putting responsibility to the test or the downfall of the k...

A prediction of dire consequences to follow from Jackson's withdrawal of federal funds from the Bank of the United States, initiated late in 1833. The artist is harshly critical of Jackson's move to distribute... More

Charles H. Test to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 04, 1861  (Recommendation for Caleb Smith)
Announcement. To give those interested in physical culture an opportunity to test the benefits and social advantages of the exercise derived from the use of the Plimpton Skate the inventor has hired and fitted the rooms at No. 652 Washington Str

Announcement. To give those interested in physical culture an opportun...

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 71, Folder 24.

Civil service reform. Mr. Curtis's scheme considered.- Collegiate education as a test for office.- The Republican party opposed to Democrats for office- A reply to an article in Harper's weekly with some observations on the report of the Civil S

Civil service reform. Mr. Curtis's scheme considered.- Collegiate educ...

Civil service reform. 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 206, Folder 24.

The new iron railway bridge at Portage, New York. 820 feet long, 255 feet high. With first test train which passed over it, July 31, 1875

The new iron railway bridge at Portage, New York. 820 feet long, 255 f...

8511 U.S. Copyright Office Title from item. Copyright deposit, Aug. 17, 1875, by Lewis E. Walker.

New York - the opening of the Catalever Bridge across the Niagara River, December 20th - the test trains, consisting of twenty-two locomotives and twenty-two loaded gravel-cars crossing the bridge

New York - the opening of the Catalever Bridge across the Niagara Rive...

Illus. in: Microfilm copy of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, v. 57 (1883-4), p. 293. Reference copy may be in LOT 4429 D. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings... More

Government experts test power of gas to keep weeds out of golf greens. Washington, D.C., Aug. 4. Attention golfers!! Your putting is bound to improve and your cussing cut down if the tests now being conducted by grass experts of the Department of Agriculture on the use of tear gas to keep weeds out of golf greens are successful. A.E. Rabbit, (left) grass specialist of the United States Gold Association with whom the Department of Agriculture is cooperating in making the tests, is pictured as he pours the gas into the soil while Stanley Graeff, Dept. of Agriculture, rakes it over. The gas treatment was developed by Dr. John Monteith of the Department of Agriculture
Demonstrate aviator's tester at Military Surgeons and Pharmacists Congress. Washington, D.C., May 8. Lieut. Ugo Reitano, army medical corps member from Italy, Capt. C.L. Leedhorn of the U.S. School of Aviation, look on while General Constantine Iliescu of Roumania tries out the latest U.S. Army mechanical tester for reaction of airplane pilots. The machine sets up theoretical problems for the pilot and test his reaction to each, thus eliminating hours of expensive tests by other methods
Loser in fight to disbar Justice Black. Washington, D.C., Oct. 11. Patrick Kelly, Boston attorney, leaving the United States Supreme Court today after hearing the court refuse his request on a hearing to test the eligibility of Justice Black to sit on the high tribunal
Testing cosmetics at Department of Agriculture Washington D.C. July 10. Dr. D.C. Grove, of the Dept. of Agriculture is shown giving a shakedown test of different creams to get the fattening material from the product [...]
Uncle Sam test brass alloys. Washington D.C. To determine the correct amount of alloys necessary for desired results in the making of castings and other uses, the U.S. Bureau of Standards is conducting daily tests. 600 different portions of the alloy are used at the present time. The tests are made with brass bars which are melted in a high frequency induction furnace and the temperatures are recorded before and during the pouring into the molds. In the photograph, left to right: H.V. Gardner, Lemuel D. Jones, and C.N. Saeger, Chief of the Experimental Foundry at the Bureau
Test room, physical laboratory, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.
Work Horse Parade, [Borden Team], winner of obstacle test, [New York]
Work Horse Parade, obstacle test, [seen from above, New York]
Work Horse Parade, [showing Anheuser Busch team], obstacle test, [New York]
[Work Horse Parade, Borden team], winner of obstacle test, [New York]
Work Horse Parade, Borden Team, winner of obstacle test, New York
John Gannon (14 years old) 104 Cherry St. John cannot secure an employment certificate because he lacks weight and cannot pass the physical test; he is also under sized for his age; has passed the school requirements. Mother is a widow, does day's work and earns $3 a week. Mary, oldest daughter, fields envelopes at $4 a week. Two children in the orphan asylum. Mother struggling hard to get office cleaning, so that she may take the children out and have a home of her own, as at present they are lodging with friends. We are giving a scholarship to John.  Location: New York, New York (State) / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.
[Two men performing balloon test for the Weather Bureau, Washington, D.C.]
English Army inspectors watching test of plane, Ithaca
[Would these cotton-mill boys stand a test for physical fitness? Work in Riverside Mill, Olneyville, Providence. See 3196. For Child Welfare Exhibit 1912-13.]  Location: Providence, Rhode Island.
Would these cotton-mill boys stand a test for physical fitness? Work in Riverside Mill, Olneyville, Providence.  Location: Providence, Rhode Island.
Motor engine water test

Motor engine water test

Photo shows competition of motor pumper engines held by the International Association of Fire Engineers, New York City, Sept. 3, 1913. Pumper engines drew water from the Hudson River. (Source: Flickr Commons pr... More

Austrian balloon to test wind
Austrian balloon to test air currents
Dynamo test
Bringing plane out for test
The Detroit news timely topics.  Launching aeroplane in catapult test
WOMAN'S NATIONAL SERVICE SCHOOL, UNDER WOMAN'S SECTION, NAVY LEAGUE. MESS TEST
Publicity release about iron bound box test, 1917
The test of our loyalty is the measure of our sacrifice / Phifer.

The test of our loyalty is the measure of our sacrifice / Phifer.

Poster showing a scene of combat and a scene of a cigar smoking "Agitator" divided by the question "Where do you stand?" A tiny bird comments, "And we need our industrial army to keep these boys in the field." ... More

First to fight - "Democracy's vanguard" U.S. Marine Corps - Join now and test your courage - Real fighting with real fighters / / Sidney H. Riesenberg 1917.
Norwalk tire test
Kline Kar test run, 1920
Norwalk tire test
Norwalk tire test
Potomac Electric Power Co. electric appliances. Test tubes showing cooking losses at different cooking temperatures II
Norwalk tire test
Norwalk tire test
Potomac Electric Power Co. electric appliances. Test tubes showing cooking losses at different cooking temperatures I
Norwalk tire test
Norwalk tire test
Lee Tire Co. test
[Test vote on prohibition taken in Washington, D.C., Jan. 12, 1923]

[Test vote on prohibition taken in Washington, D.C., Jan. 12, 1923]

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. In album: Washington, D.C., Jan. 1923 to Jan. 1924, v. 1, Herbert E. French, National Photo Company. National Photo Company Collection (Librar... More

At 8:40 p.m. this subject was balanced exactly with a counterpoise of shot. As the body loses weight, to maintain a balance, weights are added to the small pan. The weights added represent the actual insensible loss since the test began
Test car, Bureau of Standards, 3/26/23
Probably the smallest plane in the world. Built by Edw. F. Allen of Wash, D.C., who was formerly test pilot for Army Air Service during the world war. Plane is equipped with 9 horsepower motorcycle engine and weighs only 205 lbs. with wing spread of 27 ft. Mr. Allen, in cockpit, flies it often and recently attained height of 1800 ft. capable of making 63 mph
Annual endurance test, Fort Riley & Fort Myer cavalry, [9/24/24]
Annual endurance test, Fort Riley & Fort Myer cavalry, 9/24/24
Annual endurance test, Fort Riley and Fort Myer cavalry, [9/24/24]
Students of Geo. Wash. Uni. in brain test, 8/17/25
Atwater Kent at test table, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania] factory
Liberty engine in test room, Bu. of Standards, 2/3/26
Berlin Bender in test room for airplane engines, Bu. of Stds., 2/3/26
Test of the use of cotton bagging
Tests motors by synthetic cold. C.D. Bruce, of the automotive power plant section of the Bureau of Standards, makes a test of airplane motors to show how much coldness they can stand due to high altitude. The testing pipes get as cold as 53 degrees below zero. 12/30/30
New aviation safety test made. Tests conducted by the Bureau of Standards have indicated than an aviator may exert a pull of approximately 1,000 pounds on his safety belt without breaking it. The photograph shows M.M. Kiley of the Bureau standing beside the machine used in stretching the belts still they were broken
Electric Institute of Washington. Refrigerator test room I
Electric Institute of Washington. Refrigerator test room III
Electric Institute of Washington. Refrigerator test room II
Tests motors by synthetic cold. C.D. Bruce, of the automotive power plant section of the Bureau of Standards, makes a test of airplane motors to show how much coldness they can stand due to high altitude. The testing pipes get as cold as 53 degrees below zero. 123030

Tests motors by synthetic cold. C.D. Bruce, of the automotive power pl...

Title from unverified caption data on negative or negative sleeve. On sleeve: Watch Your Credit Line. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at htt... More

Engineers perfrom unique test in replacing Washington bridge without stopping traffic
Tests cold effects on airplanes. Donald Brooks, Automotive Engineer of the Bureau of Standards, examining the valves of the apparatus known as the humidifier, which enables Bureau experts to test the effect of cold upon airplanes
Nevada Test Site, Test Cell A Facility, Moveable Shed, Area 25, Jackass Flats, Road F, Mercury, Nye County, NV
Nevada Test Site, Environmental Protection Agency Farm, Power Substation, Area 15, Yucca Flat, 10-2 Road near Circle Road, Mercury, Nye County, NV
Naval Ordnance Test Station Inyokern, China Lake Pilot Plant, Pilot Plant Road, China Lake, Kern County, CA

Naval Ordnance Test Station Inyokern, China Lake Pilot Plant, Pilot Pl...

Significance: The China Lake Pilot Plan is nationally significant for its rol in the development and production of propellants, chiefly solid rocket motors, installed in the earliest Navy rockets used during Wo... More

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Two views of visitors' reception room which overlooks Chickamauga Lake from a slight platform at one end, and contains reception desk and entrance to elevator and stairs. Map in mural form over reception desk is used by guard in explaining location and significance of project. Switchyard can be seen through glazed doors of vestibule; on opposite side, entire wall underneath the dedication test (1936-Built for the People of the United States of America-1940) consists of glass and opens view of generator hall to visitors
Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Two views of visitors' reception room which overlooks Chickamauga Lake from a slight platform at one end, and contains reception desk and entrance to elevator and stairs. Map in mural form over reception desk is used by guard in explaining location and significance of project. Switchyard can be seen through glazed doors of vestibule; on opposite side, entire wall underneath the dedication test (1936-Built for the People of the United States of America-1940) consists of glass and opens view of generator hall to visitors
Nevada Test Site, Environmental Protection Agency Farm, Silo Type, Area 15, Yucca Flat, 10-2 Road near Circle Road, Mercury, Nye County, NV
Catholic Church, Patuxent Naval Air Test Center, Lexington Park, St. Mary's County, MD
Test No. 44, 5" partition, lime plaster on wood lath, rock wool fill
Allenby Bridge under test
[Allenby bridge under test]
Wash. D.C. Standards Bureau brake test. Richard S. Dill of the U.S. Bureau of Standards is examining a portion of brake lining after being subjected to a test and comparing it with a new piece. 10435

Wash. D.C. Standards Bureau brake test. Richard S. Dill of the U.S. Bu...

Title from unverified caption data on negative or negative sleeve. On sleeve: Please credit Harris & Ewing photos. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is ava... More

Test tubes containing bovine tubercular bacteria at Division of Pathology, United States Department of Agriculture Experimental Farm, Beltsville, Maryland
Test tubes containing bovine tubercular bacteria at Division of Pathology, United States Department of Agriculture Experimental Farm, Beltsville, Maryland
Test tubes containing bovine tubercular bacteria at Division of Pathology, United States Department of Agriculture Experimental Farm, Beltsville, Maryland
Test tubes containing bovine tubercular bacteria at Division of Pathology, United States Department of Agriculture Experimental Farm, Beltsville, Maryland
Wash. D.C. Standards Bureau brake test. Richard S. Dill of the U.S. Bureau of Standards is examining a portion of brake lining after being subjected to a test and comparing it with a new piece. 10/4/35
Shoe tester. E.L. Wallace, acting Chief of the Leather Section of the Bureau of Standards, shown with the endurance shoe tester. The tester holds eight shoes to test walking, steps, and sole construction. 10/24/35
Fort Knox, Kentucky. Every record of the classification section of the Armored Force Replacement Training Center tumbled when Private Preston G. Redd, of 4829-Fourth Avenue, Los Angeles, scored 159 on the general intelligence test out of the yet unattained 160 maximum possible. He also scored 141 in mechanical aptitude, 125 in radio aptitude, and 165 in clerical aptitude. He is approaching his 19th birthday, and when inducted was a pre-medical student. He is being welcomed into the Armored by Brigadier General Henry C. Newton
Autogiro lands near U.S. Treasury, Washington, D.C. Oct. 2. A new type autogiro thousands of city folks may be parking in the yards or on the roofs of apartment houses in is shown about to land near the U.S. Treasury. The ship was flown to Washington by James G. Ray, veteran autogiro pilot, for delivery to the Bureau of Air Commerce, Department of Commerce, who will make several acceptance test flights
Stamp out syphilis Every baby is entitled to be born healthy : Blood test & examination should be made before marriage by your doctor or Bureau of Social Hygiene Clinic, 51 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island.

Stamp out syphilis Every baby is entitled to be born healthy : Blood t...

Poster encouraging blood tests and examinations for couples prior to marriage. Date stamped on verso: Apr 9 1938. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Good grades and good health go together City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium :PGet your test now.

Good grades and good health go together City of Chicago Municipal Tube...

City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium poster promoting tuberculosis testing and that good grades and good health compliment each other, showing a girl roller skating. Date stamped on verso: Jan 13 1... More

March on to health Get your test now : City of Chicago Municipal Tuburculosis Sanitarium.

March on to health Get your test now : City of Chicago Municipal Tubur...

Poster showing boys and girls marching. Date stamped on verso: Jan 13 1939. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Chicago will control syphilis You may have your blood test free and confidentially at one of the following stations : Chicago Board of Health, Herman N. Bundesen, Pres.

Chicago will control syphilis You may have your blood test free and co...

Chicago Board of Health poster announcing blood tests, showing a hypodermic needle. Date stamped on verso: Jun 15 1938. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Make your health points--get your test now / Kreger.

Make your health points--get your test now / Kreger.

City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium poster promoting testing for tuberculosis and showing two girls playing basketball, shooting at hoop "good health." Date stamped on verso: Apr 24 1939. Work Pro... More

Stamp out syphilis and gonorrhea Have you had your blood test and examination : Go to your doctor or Dept. of Health.

Stamp out syphilis and gonorrhea Have you had your blood test and exam...

Poster encouraging blood testing and examinations to identify persons with syphilis and gonorrhea, showing a man pointing at the viewer. Date stamped on verso: Feb 9 1938. Work Projects Administration Poster Co... More

Keep fit ... get your test now / Kreger.

Keep fit ... get your test now / Kreger.

City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium poster promoting testing for tuberculosis and showing two athletes hurdling barriers "malnutrition" and "heart disease" and a third athlete stumbling over the b... More

Washington sees new type autogiro, Washington, D.C. Oct. 2. An experimental auto giro, capable of being driven on highways as well as being flown in the air, was delivered to the Bureau of Air Commerce today at the Department Commerce today at the Department Commerce building . The ship, piloted by the veteran autogiro pilot James G. Ray, was driven down Pennsylvania Avenue after landing in a park near the United States Treasury. The Bureau of Air Commerce will make acceptance test flights with the autogiro
Idaho spuds presented to vice president. Washington, D.C., Dec. 6. A box of Idaho's choicest potatoes were presented today to Vice President John N. Garnger by Senators William E. Borah, (left) and James P. Pope, both from the famous potato-growing state. The presentation was the signal for challenge issued by the Maine Congressional Delegation to the Idaho Solons for a potato eating contest which will be staged in the House Restaurant tomorrow to test the relative merits of the spuds from the two states. 12/6/37
U.S. experts test weather device. Washington, D.C., Sept. 13. Scientists of the National Bureau of Standards today conducted a test of the new radiometeorograph, a device attached to parachute and balloon and sent into the skies to radio back signals giving the pressure, temperature and humidity of the upper air. Preparing the balloon for the ascension are Dr. L.V. Astin, (left) of the Bureau's Electrical Division, and Dr. L.F. Curtiss, head of the Radium Division. The balloon carries the instrument as high as 50,000 or 60,000 feet. 9 to 11 miles high. Today's test was conducted for the U.S. Weather Bureau. 91337

U.S. experts test weather device. Washington, D.C., Sept. 13. Scientis...

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

Sees that Uncle Sam gets value in purchases. Washington, D.C., Sept. 28. Miss Mary L. Rollins is responsible for seeing that the government gets value received for every dollar expended for paper and materials containing textile fibers. As fiber technologist of the National Bureau of Standards, she take a microscopic test of typewriter paper, memo pads, envelopes, police uniforms, chair cushions, flags, etc. to determine whether the articles are delivered are represented when purchased, 9/28/37
Bending steel girders. Washington, D.C., Sept. 23. Officials of the steel industry and the U.S. Bureau of Standards inspect one of the large riveted steel frame knees that were placed thru the test ... U.S. Bureau today. This frame designed to withstand 68,000 lbs carried a maximum load of 168,000 lbs before it showed signs of weakening. Photo shows left to right inspecting the beam after the test: Dr. A.H. Starng of the Bureau of Standards, Everett Chapman, President of the Lukeneeld Inc. of Coatesville, Pa., and F.H. Frankland, Chief Engineer of the American Institute of Steel Construction, New York City, N.Y., 92337

Bending steel girders. Washington, D.C., Sept. 23. Officials of the st...

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

[...] to test the contents [...] value. [Agri]culture is after a better [...] photo shows some of the [...] being made to determine [...] hens lay the better eggs, and if eggs can be bettered by cross-breeding the chickens
U.S. experts test weather device. Washington, D.C., Sept. 13. Scientists of the National Bureau of Standards today conducted a test of the new radiometeorograph, a device attached to parachute and balloon and sent into the skies to radio back signals giving the pressure, temperature and humidity of the upper air. Preparing the balloon for the ascension are Dr. L.V. Astin, (left) of the Bureau's Electrical Division, and Dr. L.F. Curtiss, head of the Radium Division. The balloon carries the instrument as high as 50,000 or 60,000 feet. 9 to 11 miles high. Today's test was conducted for the U.S. Weather Bureau. 9/13/37
Portable trailer in use in blind landings. Washington D.C. This portable trailer where all the equipment is enclosed can be easily transported to any position on the Airdrome so that the pilot can approach the field into the wind for his landing. All the beam control is dispatched from this trailer to the instrument in the cockpit of the plane while at the same time the pilot is in contact with the airport control tower. Photo shows the plane in a test taking off over the trailer in a test at the Airdrome

Portable trailer in use in blind landings. Washington D.C. This portab...

Title from unverified data on the negative or negative sleeve. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.hec Temp. no... More

Device for testing testers. Washington, D.C., May 25. Herbert L. Whittemore, Chief Justice of the Engineering Mechanics Sections, U.S. Bureau of Standards, has been awarded the Edward Longstreth medal for his work in developing this device for testing the machines which in turn test construction materials. The medal is awarded annually by the Franklin Institute, 5/25/37
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