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Heath, Bob - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Heighly, Bob - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Harriss, Bob - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Tunsall, Bob - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Bagby, Bob - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Pace, Bob - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Baugh, Bob - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Sturns, Jim Bob - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

West, Bob - State: Washington - Year: 1863

Jenkins, Bob - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery, Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Peacock, Bob - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery, Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Jones, Bob - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery, Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Bob Jackson's Rehabilitation Team (Two Mares and a Colt)

Bob Whipple and Horse He Traded a Worn Out Plug Because the White Man Could Not Ride This Young Four Year Old Morgan

Cherry, Bob - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Third Regiment, First Brigade, First Division, Militia,, A- K - Louisiana

Gamble, Bob - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - First Seminole Mounted Volunteers, D-Y - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

King, Bob - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - First Choctaw and Chickasaw Mounted Rifles, H-N - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Little Bob's Dilemma

Finicky Bob

Bob Good Horse

Ernest Orlando Lawrence, Mrs. Robert Birge, and children Betty. (or Ann) and Bob Birge taken in May, 1927. See negative Morgue 1958-8 (P-42) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Double donut by Bob Sihlis. Cooksey 27-30, June 1, 1936. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Photograph of Chief of the Chippewa Tribe Bob Mosmo in His Home in Inger Indian Village

Photograph of Chief of the Chippewa Tribe Bob Mosmo with His Squaw and Their Granddaughter in Inger Indian Village

Photograph of Skier Bob Halvorsen

Photograph of Bob Halvorsen at Eagle River

Photograph of Bob Halvorsen at Eagle River

Workman in discussion with Bob Wicker and Wallace B. Reynolds at 184-inch magnet site, taken October 31, 1940. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Down from their place of honor on a Crocker Lab wall come the original dees of the 60-inch cyclotron, replaced during an overhaul in 1944. Attaching the cables for the move are Crocker scientists, left to right: Mike Scardigno, Bob Druet, Bart Jones, and John Francis. Dees will remain at Lawrence Radiation Lab. Morgue 1962-87 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

"B" Co., 1st Bn., Move up to Reinforce "A" Co. Okinawa, Bob Bailey

Photograph of National Archives Employee Bob Linden Holding Repaired and Laminated Documents Scorched in Chicago Fire

Photograph of Mr. James Gear of the National Archives and Mr. Bob Linden his Assistant Removing the Documents from their Shipping Cases

Richard Nixon plays golf with Bob Hope

Photograph of Assistant Ranger Bob Greenlaw Pouring Herbicide

Photograph of Assistant Ranger Bob Greenlaw Marking a Tree During a Timber-Marking Operation South of Winona, Missouri

Photograph of Assistant Ranger Bob Greenlaw Point Out Bad Species

Photograph of Assistant Ranger Bob Greenlaw Marking a Tree During a Timber-Marking Operation South of Winona, Missouri

Cans are loaded into the sphere for the 72-inch bubble chamber. Left to right: Ross Lamb (Mechanical Equipment), Frank Barrera (mechanical engineering), Mel West (mechanical equipment), Herb Johnson (mechanical shops), Joe Holdener (mechanical shops), Lou Sylvia (mechanical equipment), Robbie Smits (physics research), and Bob Stagner (plant services), taken January 1959. Morgue 1959-29 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

72-inch hydrogen bubble chamber (biggest in the world) was christened at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory on June 22, 1959. Left to right on the top-platform control panel of the chamber: Ken Langley (operating crew chief), Bob Watt (physicist), and Dick Blumberg (mechanical engineer). Magnet 1959-46 (P-2) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Traveling target Mark VIII-T, with Bob Edwards. Photograph taken April 19, 1960. Bevatron-2032

Synchrotron operation ends with lead physicist, Bob Kenney (right) and engineer, Rudy Johnson in the synchrotron control room. Morgue 1960-40 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Drift tube installation and alignment, Bob Richter. Photograph taken November 13, 1961. Bevatron-2529 – Photographer: George Kagawa/Doug McWilliams

Epoxy seal mix and application on cooling tubes, Glenn White and Bob Richter. Photograph taken October 27, 1961. Bevatron-2486 – Photographer: George Kagawa

Technical photographers processing bubble chamber films. Mike Michaelis, left with Bob Smith and Philip Larrick, taken April 1961. Morgue 1961-54 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Bob Smith, Hans Willax, and Elmer Kelly during the 88-inch cyclotron's trial run on December 12, 1961. Morgue 1962-69 (P-2) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Bob Meuser with Dalic plating on injector II linac tank. Photograph taken February 2, 1962. Bevatron-2622 – Photographer: Doug Bradley

89-degree stanchion. Herman Grunder (second from left), Bob Everett, Jack Gunn, and Abe Glicksman. Photograph taken September 10, 1962. Bevatron-2933 – Photographer: George Kagawa

Full view of linac II, includes Glen White, Foss Crosby, and Bob Richter. Color version: Bev.-3138-C. Photograph taken November 15, 1962. Bevatron-3121 – Photographer: George Kagawa

Shutdown of 60-inch cyclotron at Crocker Lab. Clockwise from left: Unidentified individual, Ed McMillan, John Lawrence, Donald Cooksey, and Bob Thornton. Photo taken 6/22/1962. 60"-617. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Shutdown of 60-inch cyclotron at Crocker Lab. Left to right: Bob Thornton, Ed McMillan, John Lawrence, and Donald Cooksey. Photo taken 6/22/1962. 60"-618. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Shutdown of Crocker's 60-inch cyclotron. Left to right: Donald Cooksey, Bob Thornton, Ed McMillan, and unidentified individual. Photo taken 6/22/1962. 60"-611. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Shutdown of 60-inch cyclotron at Crocker Lab. Clockwise from lower left: Bob Thornton Donald Cooksey, Ed McMillan (standing left), and John Lawrence at control panel. Photo taken 6/22/1962. 60"-619. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Shutdown of 60-inch cyclotron. Left to right: Donald Cooksey, unknown individual, Bob Thornton, and Ed McMillan at control panel. Photo taken 6/22/1962. 60"-624. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Shutdown of 60-inch cyclotron. Left to right: Bob Thornton, Donald Cooksey, Ed McMillan standing in front of "Dees". Photo taken 6/22/1962. 60"-622. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Shutdown of Crocker's 60-inch cyclotron. Left to right: John Lawrence, Bob Thornton, Ed McMillan, Don Cooksey, and unidentified individual. Photo taken 6/22/1962. 60"-612. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Shutdown of Crocker Lab 60-inch cyclotron, Bob Thornton. Photo taken 6/30/1962. 60"-628. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Bob West and Bonnie Thompson of the Alvarez Group looking at a track picture in the Bevatron control room, taken October 2, 1963. Morgue 1959-25 (P-3). Photo taken for J. Walter Thompson.

New 25-inch Bubble Chamber is shown with part of its design and development crew. Left to right: Bob Reynolds, Ron Rinta, Rod Byrns, Frank Barrera, Dan Curtis, Jim Shand, Glenn Eckman, and Paul Hernandez. Photo taken December 1963. Morgue 1963-124 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Scanning projectors, spiral reader and associated equipment. Photo requested by Bob Atchison. Photograph taken December 15, 1964. Bubble Chamber-1430 - Photographer: George Kagawa

Fifth anniversary of the operation of the Bubble Chamber. Left to right (standing): Jim Shand, Luis Alvarez, Bob Watt, Glen Eckman, Dick Blumberg, Duane Norgren, Rob Smits. Frank Barrera, and Paul Hernandez (seated). Photo taken March 24, 1964. Morgue 1964-14 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Richard Nixon and Bob Hope in graduate gowns attend a Whittier College commencement ceremony and face one another in semi-profile

Richard Nixon, Bob Hope, Bill McClure, and General Omar Nelson Bradley play golf. Nixon and Hope face one another

Richard Nixon and Bob Hope face one another in profile at the National Press Club Inaugural Dinner. Ed Edstrom looks onward

Bevatron lower pole tip with Bob Edwards. Photograph taken November 9, 1966. Bevatron-4126 – Photographer: George Kagawa

Photograph of Bob Cat Checking Peeled Aspen

JOYCE AWARD - BOB SCHMIDT AT THE PROPULSION SYSTEMS LABORATORY PSL

BOOKENDS FOR BOB GODMAN

VISIT BY SVEN OLSSON - BOB RAGSDALE NASA - BENGT ROSENGRIN EUROC

VISIT - LEFT TO RIGHT - ALBERT JUHASZ NASA - STAN STEVANS - DR COLIN FISHENDEN - BOB JONES UNIVERSITY OF LOUGHBOROUGH

Comedian-Actor Bob Hop Shaking Songwriter Irving Berlin's Hand at the White House Dinner Held for Released Vietnam Prisoners of War while President Richard Nixon Looks On

President Gerald R. Ford, Jack Ford, Joe Garagiola, Bob Barrett, and Others Aboard Air Force One on a Return Flight from Pennsylvania

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford, Hugh Davis, and Bob Hope Visiting First Lady Betty Ford at the Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland during Her Recovery from Breast Cancer Surgery

VISIT TO BOB RAGSDALE NASA BY DR ERICH PANZHAUSER GERMANY

Journalists Walter Cronkite, Eric Sevareid, and Bob Schieffer Interviewing President Gerald R. Ford in the Blue Room

TOM OCILKA PERSONNEL WORKING ON THERMOCOUPLES - FRITZ KRAUSE PERSONNEL WORKING ON PIPING - BOB ROBINSON PERSONNEL WORKING ON INSTRUMENTATION - DESIGNERS POSING IN FRONT OF CELL 13 OLD ROCKET LABORATORY ORL WITH JIM KEATON - JOE RICHALSKY -

VISIT - REAR - BOB KEY - C BLANKENSHIP NASA - FRONT - DR W ARROL - DR P REASBECK ENGLAND

TOM RILEY AND BOB RUBEL

TOM RILEY AND BOB RUBEL

TOM OCILKA PERSONNEL WORKING ON THERMOCOUPLES - FRITZ KRAUSE PERSONNEL WORKING ON PIPING - BOB ROBINSON PERSONNEL WORKING ON INSTRUMENTATION - DESIGNERS POSING IN FRONT OF CELL 13 OLD ROCKET LABORATORY ORL WITH JIM KEATON - JOE RICHALSKY -

TOM OCILKA PERSONNEL WORKING ON THERMOCOUPLES - FRITZ KRAUSE PERSONNEL WORKING ON PIPING - BOB ROBINSON PERSONNEL WORKING ON INSTRUMENTATION - DESIGNERS POSING IN FRONT OF CELL 13 OLD ROCKET LABORATORY ORL WITH JIM KEATON - JOE RICHALSKY -

TOM OCILKA PERSONNEL WORKING ON THERMOCOUPLES - FRITZ KRAUSE PERSONNEL WORKING ON PIPING - BOB ROBINSON PERSONNEL WORKING ON INSTRUMENTATION - DESIGNERS POSING IN FRONT OF CELL 13 OLD ROCKET LABORATORY ORL WITH JIM KEATON - JOE RICHALSKY -

TOM OCILKA PERSONNEL WORKING ON THERMOCOUPLES - FRITZ KRAUSE PERSONNEL WORKING ON PIPING - BOB ROBINSON PERSONNEL WORKING ON INSTRUMENTATION - DESIGNERS POSING IN FRONT OF CELL 13 OLD ROCKET LABORATORY ORL WITH JIM KEATON - JOE RICHALSKY -

TOM OCILKA PERSONNEL WORKING ON THERMOCOUPLES - FRITZ KRAUSE PERSONNEL WORKING ON PIPING - BOB ROBINSON PERSONNEL WORKING ON INSTRUMENTATION - DESIGNERS POSING IN FRONT OF CELL 13 OLD ROCKET LABORATORY ORL WITH JIM KEATON - JOE RICHALSKY -

CROSS COUNTRY BICYCLE RIDER BOB OLSEY

CROSS COUNTRY BICYCLE RIDER BOB OLSEY

VISIT TO - STANDING - BOB INGEBO NASA - L DIEHL NASA - J GROBMAN NASA - SITTING - DR NAKAYMA GUNMA UNIVERSITY - DR SADAKATA UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO JAPAN

VISIT - LEFT TO RIGHT - TO JOHN NAGLOWSKY NASA - BOB HENDRICKS NASA BY BRIAN HANDS UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD ENGLAND AND TO HAROLD KLINE NASA

Photograph of First Lady Betty Ford and Entertainer Bob Hope Dancing in the East Room during Preparations for a State Dinner Honoring Queen Elizabeth II

Comedian Bob Hope Delivering a Monologue in the East Room during the Entertainment Portion of a State Dinner Honoring Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip of Great Britain

A ground-to-air view of the space shuttle Challenger during liftoff from launch complex 39A at 7:33 a.m. EDT. Aboard the Challenger for the seventh launch of the Space Transportation System are CMDR Bob Crippen, pilot Frederick H. Hauck, and mission specialists Sally Ride, John M. Fabian and Dr. Norman Thagard

Bob Lipshutz Group

2-6 Mickey Leland Group; 7-21 Bob Krueger Group

Bob Lipshutz Interview

Bob Hope with President and Mrs. Carter in receiving line for show business personalities on Hope' birthday.

Attorney General Bell and Bob Lipshutz

4-11 Elliot Cutler; 14-17 Edie Draper Group; 18-20 Bob Pope

USO Reception for Bob Hope

Bob Linder B'day service. Ben Brown of the Democratic National Committee. Snowman.

5-6 Bob Armstrong; 7-10 Jane Fortson; 11-26 Amb. Robert Strauss - Latin American Ambassadors

Bob Lipshutz with friends; Reception for the Executive Committee of the Democratic National Committee

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