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Coke delivery wagon and workers, Detroit City GasCompany, Mich.

Coke delivery wagon and workers, Detroit City GasCompany, Mich.

Title devised by cataloger. "Gas Co." on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. X 458. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Coke delivery wagon and workers, Detroit City Gas Co., Mich.

Coke delivery wagon and workers, Detroit City Gas Co., Mich.

Title devised by cataloger. "Gas Co." on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. X 459. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Horse-drawn delivery trucks, Schlitz Brewery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Horse-drawn delivery trucks, Schlitz Brewery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Photograph shows procession of horse-drawn wagons filled with beer kegs leaving brewery. No. 1947. Photo by Albertype Co. Photograph printed in reverse. Title from item.

Employes [sic] of Linn & Scruggs Department Store

Employes [sic] of Linn & Scruggs Department Store

J144946 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; International Stereograph Co.; September 3, 1910. On front: "Copyright 1910 by International Stereograph Co., general photographers, Decatur, Ill.".

Pigley Wigley [sic] trucks

Pigley Wigley [sic] trucks

Photo shows grocery delivery vehicles marked "Piggly Wiggly, All Over the World," lined up along C Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., with Christo Bottling Company at right (address: 209 Eleventh Street) and Old P... more

Armored car ; Soldiers unloading equipment from truck

Armored car ; Soldiers unloading equipment from truck

Title devised by cataloger. Photo of two photographic prints; probably World War I. "56644" on top photographic print. No Detroit Publishing Co. no. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Officer reviewing line of armored tanks ; Artillery truck

Officer reviewing line of armored tanks ; Artillery truck

Title devised by cataloger. Photo of two photographic prints; probably World War I. "56636" on top photographic print; "57949" on bottom photographic print. No Detroit Publishing Co. no. Gift; State Historical ... more

[Woman standing on electric shop truck, Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, N.Y., during World War I]

[Woman standing on electric shop truck, Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet...

U.S. Army Industrial Service Section, Women's Branch photo. No. 35842.

Gold-laden trucks, 9/8/15

Gold-laden trucks, 9/8/15

Photograph shows American Express trucks transporting gold shipped by Great Britain to New York City for safe-keeping during World War I. (Source: Flicker Commons project, 2013)

The Y.M.C.A. motor kitchen in France / Edgar Wright.

The Y.M.C.A. motor kitchen in France / Edgar Wright.

Poster showing a truck fitted out as a YMCA canteen, serving soldiers, with smoke rising from battlefields in the distance. Title from item.

Gold-laden trucks, 9/8/15

Gold-laden trucks, 9/8/15

Photograph shows American Express trucks transporting gold shipped by Great Britain to New York City for safe-keeping during World War I. (Source: Flicker Commons project, 2013)

Highway construction truck and supplies, probably Michigan State Highway Dept., Michigan

Highway construction truck and supplies, probably Michigan State Highw...

Title devised by cataloger. Probably related to negatives D418-628 to 646. No Detroit Publishing Co. no. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Aerial view of Motor Truck Group, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, Major F.H. Pope, Cavalry, commanding, December, 1916

Aerial view of Motor Truck Group, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, Major F.H. P...

J223159 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Frank W. Hines and Charles W. Archer; January 2, 1917. Printed on image at lower left: "[Copyright] Pvt. Frank W. Hines, Signal Corps, U.S.A.; C.W. Archer; Photo... more

Army camp Columbus, N.M., auto truck supply train about to leave for Mexico / Shulman.

Army camp Columbus, N.M., auto truck supply train about to leave for M...

Aerial view of parked army trucks with camp tents and buildings in background, probably during the expedition to find Mexican guerrilla leader Pancho Villa.

You drive a car here--why not a transport in France? American Field Service / / H. Blyleven, Esselen.

You drive a car here--why not a transport in France? American Field Se...

Poster showing men with a truck. 40 State Street, Boston; 14 Wall Street, New York; 425 Monadnock Block, Chicago. Forms part of: Willard and Dorothy Straight Collection.

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square. Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm, South Windsor. They return about 7 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut L.W. Hine

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square. Truck load of tobacco workers bound f...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Agriculture. Hine no. 4893. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General information about the Na... more

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square, Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm, South Windsor. They return about 7:00 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut L.W. Hine

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square, Truck load of tobacco workers bound f...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Agriculture. Hine no. 4894. Month not recorded on caption card; based on date recorded on cards for photos with neighboring numbers and similar content. Credit line: Nati... more

Italian movable hospital. The operating room; whole hospital can be moved on trucks; Italian movable hospital can be erected or dissembled in short space of time and stowed away on motor trucks

Italian movable hospital. The operating room; whole hospital can be mo...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: Underwood and Underwood. Group title: Hospitals. On caption card: 1181 & 1182. Da... more

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square, Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm. South Windsor. They return about 7 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut L.W. Hine

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square, Truck load of tobacco workers bound f...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Agriculture. Hine no. 4895. Month not recorded on caption card; based on date recorded on cards for photos with neighboring numbers and similar content. Credit line: Nati... more

The war-bread wagon

The war-bread wagon

Photograph shows women cooks of the New York City Food Aid Committee demonstrating how to bake breads and other baked goods using wheat substitutes, such as corn and rye, as part of a conservation drive to save... more

American field service / Nuyttens 17.

American field service / Nuyttens 17.

Poster showing a man on the running board of a truck identified as Transport Americain, with missiles exploding in the sky above. Merchants - Chicago. Forms part of: Willard and Dorothy Straight Collection.

[U.S. Army in France: Camouflaged trucks in foregrd.]

[U.S. Army in France: Camouflaged trucks in foregrd.]

Photo by U.S. Army Signal Corps. No. 25048. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Army, U.S.; WWI France...

Carrying money from Bureau to Treasury

Carrying money from Bureau to Treasury

Title from unverified data provided by the National Photo Company on the negatives or negative sleeves. Date from negatives in same range. Gift; Herbert A. French; 1947. General information about the National P... more

105th Supply Train, Maj. J.W. Bradford commanding, Camp Sevier, S.C., March 13, 1918

105th Supply Train, Maj. J.W. Bradford commanding, Camp Sevier, S.C., ...

J228918 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Richards Film Service, Inc.; March 22, 1918; DLC/PP-1918:45723. Copyright claimant's address: Montgomery, Ala.

[Camouflaged U.S. Army trucks at bivouac in France. 1918]

[Camouflaged U.S. Army trucks at bivouac in France. 1918]

Photo by U.S. Army SIgnal Corps. No. 25048. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Trucks; Camouflage; Army, US Transportation; World War, 1914-1918 France; Shelf.

Veterans White trucks with their Indo-Chinese drivers in service on the French front. These trucks formed the motor equipment of the Great Headquarters Reserve No. 1 the personnel of which was awarded the Croix de Guerre

Veterans White trucks with their Indo-Chinese drivers in service on th...

Photograph shows White Motor Company trucks with drivers from Indochina and French military personnel along side of a road in France during World War I.. Title from item. U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps photograph.

[Boy Scouts posed with a truck decorated for a parade, probably in the Anacostia section of Washington, D.C.]

[Boy Scouts posed with a truck decorated for a parade, probably in the...

Photographic print by National Photo Co. LC-F82-10301 (b&w glass plate neg.)

Large truck of type used to haul American Red Cross supplies. These trucks were pressed into service as passenger cars during the subway strikes

Large truck of type used to haul American Red Cross supplies. These tr...

Caption from negative or negative sleeve: Transportation. Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: [George E.] Marshall. G... more

Crossing An Impassable Mountain. Illustrating one of the little transport irritation of life met by American Red Cross workers in Montenegro. In order to get sorely needed relief supplies to a certain section of this country, the Red Cross had to get its trucks beyond an impassable mountain. The trucks were driven to the last negotiable point and then taken apart and carried on the backs of eighty porters to the other side and assembled again. The work was accomplished in two days and the relief arrived on time. This picture shows the trucks being "knocked down" and porters starting across with the parts

Crossing An Impassable Mountain. Illustrating one of the little transp...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Paris Office. Group title: Transportation, Montenegro. On caption card: (12/1... more

First East Bay Ship by Truck Tour, May 17-21, 1920, Robert W. Martland, Train Commander

First East Bay Ship by Truck Tour, May 17-21, 1920, Robert W. Martland...

J241321 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; J. D. Givens; May 29, 1920. Copyright claimant's address: Presidio, S.F.

American trucks for Poland. The American Red Cross has a fleet of ten-ton motor lorries operating in Poland in its struggle against the typhus scourge which is making headway in this unhappy country. These trucks carried food and medicines to the isolated villages to the east, cut off for several years from the regular channels of transportation. Poland's terrible roads had no terror for these powerful machines

American trucks for Poland. The American Red Cross has a fleet of ten-...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: Paris Office. Data: T.T. & C. Oct. 1920. Group title: Transportation. Poland. Gif... more

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