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New York, New York: c. 1924 Stock quotes are sent directly from the NY Stock Exchange to the Western Union office at 24 Walker St, NY. The operator there reads the ticker tape and punches in the data to the transmitting tape, which in turn is simultaneously sent all around the country.
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Berlin, Germany: c. 1932 Photographer and photojopurnalist Willie Ruge and his partner prepare to take the first underwater photographs outside of a diving bell. Their shoes weigh 36 pounds and the combined gear for this venture below the surface of the Elbe River weighed in at 320 pounds. Here they are getting the final instructions as they descend into the Elbe River.
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Berlin, Germany: c. 1932 Photographer and photojopurnalist Willie Ruge prepares to take the first underwater photographs outside of a diving bell. Ruge commented, " Going down with our camera was an unbelievable task. Regardless of our 36 pound shoes and our 284 pound costumes, we couldn't for the life of us maintain a perpendicular position".
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Berlin, Germany: c. 1932 Photographer and photojopurnalist Willie Ruge and his partner prepare to take the first underwater photographs outside of a diving bell. Their shoes weigh 36 pounds and the combined gear for this venture below the surface of the Elbe River weighed in at 320 pounds. Here the final adjustments are made to their diving suits.
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Los Angeles, California: c. 1957 Workers assembling aircraft oil valves at the AiResearch Manufacturing Company.
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New Kensington, Pennsylvania: October, 1914 Portrait of workers at Mill #6 of the Pittsburg Works.
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United States: c. 1895 A portrait of a man in his streetcar Motorman uniform.
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United States: 1930 A portrait of a working man taken in his home.
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United States: c. 1905 A team of surveyors pose for a portrait with their instruments of the trade.
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New Yor, New York: c. 1890 A cabinet card of a cooper and his son outside his work shop.
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United States: c. 1960 A man with the sun reflecting off his axe proudly stands next to a large pile of split and stacked firewood.
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New York, New York: 1922 Actor and playwright Frank Bacon sawing a piece of wood at his home in Bayside in Queens on Long Island.
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United States: c. 1930 A man using a brace and bit to drill into a maple tree to set up a syrup tap.
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England: c. 1917 British sailors tending a boiler on a ship during World War I.
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Berlin, Germany: c. 1929 A worker using a new device for street repair, an automatic one cylinder gas engine tampimg machine. The grip handle provides the control for the speed of operation.
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San Francisco, California: c. 1950 A Giampolini & Company painting crew on the job. Photograph by Bev. Washburn.
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Austria: c. 1937 A worker spraying lacquer finish onto furniture.
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United States: c. 1950 A young man in climbing gear with a rope over his shoulder.
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Hollywood, California; 1926 A scene from the MGM movie, "The Flesh and the Devil".
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United States: c. 1900 An older man with his workers and landscaping crew and their tools, including a wheelbarrow, shovels, shears, lawn mower and a scythe.
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Germany: c. 1880 An albumen print of a group of wall paper hangers and their tools of the trade. The back is captioned, "In our younger days".
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United States: c. 1900 A group of men with shovels ready to dig some dirt.
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New York, New York: 1936 The operations control room for the new electric Wrigley's Spearmint Gum sign on Times Square. It is a full block between 44th and 45th Street on Broadway. Here the crew is working with some of the seven and a half tons of electrical equipment.
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Berlin, Germany: c. 1927 A new kind of coal truck that fills the delivery basket without hand shoveling.
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Swaziland: March, 1964 A Swazi engineer setting a level on a transit during construction of the new cross country highway being built and financed by the World Bank.
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Hollywood, California: 1928 Actor Glenn Tryon demonstrates his labor saving automatic bill poster device in the movie, "The Gate Crasher", directed by William Craft.
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Stockholm, Sewden: 1938 Royal Castle guards moving their bedding into temporary tent quarters while the Stockholm regiments are under scarlet fever quarantine.
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Illinois: c. 1938 A worker in a foundry inspecting parts.
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MInnesota: October, 1942 Iron mine workers with their lunch pails pause for a portrait atop the open pit behind them.
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Italy: c. 1944 Members of the U.S. Army Air Force (AAF) Engineer Command that are responsible for the operation of the pipelines that supply avaiation fuel to all the Allied airfields in Italy. Here they ponder a problem.
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Detroit, Michigan: 1936 Part of the crowd of 100,000 union automobile workers gathered in Cadillac Square to demonstrate against court orders for the eviction of the sitdown strikers.
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Detroit, Michigan: 1936 Part of the crowd of 100,000 union automobile workers gathered in Cadillac Square to demonstrate against court orders for the eviction of the sitdown strikers. A streetcar is caught in the demonstration.
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Flint, Michigan: 1937 Part of the 200,000 General Motors auto workers out on strike.
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MInneapolis, MInnesota: 1934 National Guardsmen prepare for action against the truckers strike. Here they are getting their armory machines guns in order.
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New York, New York: March, 1967 ABC anchor man Peter Jennings, (L) and sports commentator Howard Cosell (R) picket outside ABC offices on the Avenue of the Americas in support of AFTRA, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
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Tacoma, Washington: 1935 A National Guardsman with his fixed bayonet is silhouetted against clouds of tear gas during the months long lumber and mill workers strike.
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New York, New York: c. 1933 Union workers picketing for jobs during the Depression.
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Charleston, West Virginia: 1912 Charleston is under martial law with the conflict between the coal operators and the workers' strike. The Militia has been quartered on Cabin Creek and Paint Creek for the past 60 days and they have confiscated six machine guns from the coal companies and 2,000 shotguns, Mausers, Winchesters, Springfields, and other mountain rifles plus 250,000 rounds of ammunition from both sides, much of it being found in the woods.
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Burlington, Wisconsin: 1933 Striking dairy farmers stopped a Soo Lone Railway train carrying dairy products and emptied the milk and other dairy products from six box cars onto the tracks.
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New York, New York: c. 1920 A strike scene turning violent.
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New York, New York: c. 1938 Service Employees International Unon members picket in front of Governor Lehman's residence on Park Ave.
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New York, New York: 1936 Workers and citizen supporters on the picket line in front of the Grace Line Pier during the seamen's waterfront strike.
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New York, New York: 1936 Maritime workers on the picket line during the seamen's waterfront strike.
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New York, New York: 1936 Sriking seamen injured on the waterfront in battles with police on Pier 61 when the S.S. Virginia prepared to sail for California.
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New York, New York: 1936 National Maritime Union members prepare to go on the picket line during waterfront strike.
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New York, New York: 1936 Mounted police charge the strikers on the waterfront as they rushed Pier 61 when the S.S. Virginia prepared to sail for California.
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New York, New York: 1936 Teamsters rallying at local 807 in support of the National Maritime Unions Strike.
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New York, New York: 1936 The crew of the S.S. California after they arrived from their sit down strike in San Pedro, California. Here they are showing their pay was docked and they were threatened with mutiny charges.
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Indianapolis, Indiana: 1913 Hired strike breakers with their hats pulled over their faces being driven from a streetcar and back to the company barns.
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New York, New York: 1937 Fifth Avenue coach employees of the Transit Workers Union at a bus strike union meeting.
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Bloomington, Illinois: July 9, 1917 The Second Illinois Artillery marching through the streets to maintain order during the street car strike.
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New York, New York: 1937 Members of the Transit Workers Union carry their international president, Michael J. Quill, up to the speakers' platform during a bus strike union meeting.
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New York, New York: 1916 Policemen and a detective arrest a bloodied trolley car striker during riots in the Bronx.
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 1910 One of the burned and destroyed streetcars during the transit strike of 1910.
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New York, New York: 1916 Part of the huge parade of over 10,000 striking streetcar men as they passed down Park Avenue on their to a mass meeting in Union Square.
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Coshocton, Ohio: July, 1945 Charles H. Chism demonstartes his method of arc welding new metal onto worn horse shoes without having to remove the shoe. Here he is adding new material to a mine pony
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United States: c. 1935 Workmen using an oxy acetylene torch on a piece of steel i-beam.
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United States: c. 1936 A welder using an arc welder and holding his protective shield to his face to protect his eyes.
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New York, New York: c. 1927 A workman is pouring molten borax into the opening where two street car rails join together as part of the track welding program to reduce noise in the city.
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United States: c. 1938 A workman using an oxy acetylene torch to cut steel angle iron.
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New York, New York: c. 1926 Pedestrians watch a man welding pipe during construction of the 8th Avenue subway line.
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Los Angeles, California: c. 1928 A worker welding maganese steel on railroad tracks at night while trains are idle.
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Long Island City, New York: c. 1928 An electric arc welder at work welding the flanged outlet on a large header pipe.
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Syracuse, New York: c. 1942 A welder at Bentley Weldery, Inc., assembling a steel pedestal as part of the war production effort. Welding has helped reduce the construction time of a cargo ship from 200 days to 111 hours, with the U.S. producing as many as four cargo ships per day.
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Alaska: c. 1920 A whale being butchered on land in a photo by Merl Lavoy.
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Spitsbergen, Norway: 1913 The Scottish whaler Wedderburn at the harpoon used by by the Prince of Monaco on his reserach ship, "Hirondelle".
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World: c. 1910 Whale carcasses lashed to the stern of a whaling ship where they will be towed to an island beach and the blubber and fat removed and the rest left to rot.
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New Zealand: January, 1936 A Maori tribesman member of a whale hunting crew stands at the boat bow ready with a hand held harpoon
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United States: c. 1957 A young woman in fashionable cotton coveralls prepares for some household repairs.
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United States: c. 1957 A young woman modeling a long sleeved blouse and slim pants made from a floral cotton bag print and a hip length tunic sewn from gold osnaburg sacks. The ensemble is suitable for lounging or painting the hallway.
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New York, New York: November, 1971 Bethlehem Steel civil engineer Jean Brown on the job at the Pan Am Terminal Building site at JFK Airport.
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England: c. 1925 A woman operating one of the locks on the River Thames
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United States: c. 1928 A workman operating a shook splicer that drives two corrugated fasteners with each stroke.
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California: c. 1938 The newspaper's managing editor consulting with staff members about front page stories.
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Los Angeles, California: October, 1918 Silent film actresses Lillian Langston, Edith Roberts, and Myrtle Reeves, laughlingly pose holding hands on the beach.
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Miami Beach, Florida: c. 1937 Two women at the Surf Club model the latest in beach bathing wear.
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Miami Beach, Florida: c. 1937 Two women at the Surf Club model the latest in beach bathing wear.
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United States: c. 1948 A woman happily opening presents exclaims while holding up a blazer.
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Hollywood, California: 1940 Actress Linda Hayes wearing a summer frock and saddle shoes.
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Chicago, Illinois: c. 1938 A portrait of a sultry woman leaning aginst a stage prop.
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San Francisco, California: April, 1949 Model Gloria Cohan on board a steamship wearing a summer silk Gibson Bayh design. Bayh was a custom fashion designer for Gump's, the luxury fashion and department store.
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United States: c. 1954 A fashionable young woman holding a flower and modeling a spring dress.
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United States: c. 1959 A woman wearing a McCall's pattern 5055 pencil dress of cotton feed bag fabric.
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United States: c. 1957 A model wearing a gold embroidery illuminates cotton velveteen by Brigance of Sportsmaker.
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United States: c. 1958 A model wearing Alec Colman of California's tapered pedal pushers in a stripe pattern of Lorette, Milliken's new washable blend of Orlon and wool.
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United States: c. 1959 A fashionable young woman modeling an evening dress.
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United States: 1956 A model wears an Anne Fogarty flannel dress with a sleek "Aeroline" silhouette that makes it ideal for travel on it's namesake, the New York Central Railroad's exciting new futuristic aluminum "Aerotrain".
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United States: 1957 A fashionable young woman wearing silk apparel to go along with her silken complexion compliments of Helen Rubinstein's new "Silk Tone" Liquid Foundation.
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Memphis, Tennessee: 1955 A teen-age float during the "Fashion" Parade at the Memphis Cotton Carnival.
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United States: c. 1961 A model wearing a "travel-right" ensemble with an easy skirt, color-coordinated print jacket and an overblouse by Masket.
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United States: c. 1958 Two women with a bicycle model vacation fashions in cotton for traveling or sightseeing. They are styled by Miss Pat of California.
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San Diego, California: c. 1965 Joe Beagin, President of the International Society of Girl Watchers, holds his head in anguish as he announces the task of selecting the most beautiful legs from the surrounding contestants.
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United States: c. 1962 A stylish couple in checkered golf attire holding hands. She's wearing saddle shoes and he has white tasseled loafers.
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California: August, 1961 A young woman wearing short shorts.
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United States: c. 1947 A man bowling concentrates on his aim.
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Akron, Ohio: October 10. 1962. Sister John Bosco of the St. Sebastian School in Akron having fun tooling around a go-kart track.
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Hollywood, California: c. 1942. Actress Anne Gwynne is dressed as Santa Claus carrying a bag of gifts as she steps down a chimney.
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United States: c. 1965 Los Angeles Dodger manager Walter Alston gets tossed out of the game by umpire Ken Burkhart.
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Stockholm, Sweden: 1912 James Duncan throwing the discus at the 1912 Olympics.
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United States: 1913 Track and field athletes, l-r: Platt Adams, Jim Duncan, and Ben Adams, on board a ship, possibly after competing in the Olympics held in Stockholm.
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France: c. 1916 French cavalry and army airplanes scouting the landscape for the enemy during WWI.
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France: c. 1916 French cavalry horses swimming across a river in northern France.
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Turkestan: c. 1900 A man holding a small black lamb with a flock of black lambs around him.
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Samarkand, Russian Turkestan: c. 1926 A trio of three day old Persian lambs that are ready to be killed for their famous fur.
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Washington, DC: c. 1930 A five year old boy has become the master of quoits in the neighborhood, defeating all challengers, incluing adults.
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Hollywood, California: c. 1924 A man is attempting to pull an unwilling young woman out of bed.
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United States: c. 1937 A portrait of a woman sitting in a chair
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Hollywood, California: c. 1919 A dejected man is confronted in a scene from an early silent film.
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Hollywood, California: 1925 A scene in the early silent movie, "Fifth Avenue Models, with actor Norman Kerry tending to an ill Mary Philbin.
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Hollywood, California: 1925 A scene in the silent movie, "Classified", showing actress Corinne Griffith not feeling so well after a long walk back home.
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Bristol, England: May, 1936. A couple at the old-fashioned harvest home dinner being held at the St. Agnes Church Hall.
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Ossining, New York: 1936. A prisoner in his cell at the 110 year old Sing Sing Correctional Facility.
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Con Son Island, South Vietnam: July, 1970 South Vietnamese political prisoners peering up from a "tiger cage" cell in a prison off the South Vietnam coast. The photograph was taken by Tom Harkin, an aide on a U.S. Congressional visit to the prison. Harkin later became an Iowa Senator.
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Seattle, Washington: c. 1935 The Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO) is opposing the American Federation of Labor (AFL) and is embarking on a campaign to organize teamsters in the territory of Dave Beck, International VP of the Teamsters Union.
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United States: c. 1932 Actress Mary Brian at the controls in the cockpit of an airplane.
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Hollywood, California: c. 1934 Actor James Cagney reading the safety brochure aboard an American Airlines plane.
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United States: c. 1930 A United Air Lines building at an airport.
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United States: c. 1917 A burly woman wearing a hat and work gloves sits at the wheel while two men and a dog stand nearby.
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San Francisco, California: c. 1903 A couple in their car on Market Street with the Ferry Building in the background.
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United States: 1954 A 1953-54 Studebaker Commander V8 coupe with a Continental extension kit on the back. It was designed by noted industrial designer Raymond Loewy and Bob Burke.
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Inglewood, California: 1950 A woman driving a 1950 Studebaker Welcome Wagon delivers a basket of gifts to a new resident.
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New York, New York: c. 1940 Wes Saegesser (#7), the one armed race car driver whose left arm ended at the elbow, racing midget cars at Castle Hill Speedway in the Bronx.
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California: c. 1922 A promotional piece for McClaren Autocrat Cord tires.They were run for 13,000 miles on the road between Oakland and Fresno by the California Transit Company. The three rear doors are labeled ""Smokers", and the three forward are titled ":Ladies".
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Denver, Colorado: c. 1890 The Cherrelyn horse car on a country road outside of Denver.
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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii: c. 1938 Hawaiians on the Oahu Railway line at the U.S. Navy Base.
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United States: c. 1934 Union Pacific Railroad's new diesel-electric streamliner train M-10001 with a Railway Post Office car, three Pullman cars and coach/buffet/observation car. It still holds the record time for Los Angeles to New York of 57 hours. It became the City of Portland train.
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Wilmington, Delaware: c. 1926 A crane loading Pullman railroad cars onto a freighter for delivery to Brazil.
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Canada: November, 1969 The SS Manhattan, an oil tanker outfitted with an icebreaker bow, as she crossed the Northwest Passage in the Arctic. The ship is 1005 feet long, and its beam was increased form 132 feet to 148 feet by the addition of a protective "ice belt" to guard against hull penetration by the icebergs encountered on the expedition.
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