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Dry Dock No. 4 Showing Earth and Weeds

Dry Dock Number 4, Showing Crack in Earth at South Side of Dock

Dry Dock No. 4, Earth Strata at Station 7+50 East Side Looking North, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractors

American Library Association - Miscellaneous - Official photograph taken on the British front battle of Menin Road. War's contrasts. The photographer had no sooner taken this picture of peace, than every one had to run to earth, as the Boche suddenly started sending over a shower of shells on this particular spot. Note the sofa, doubtless used by a German Commandant a short while ago

Airplanes - Accidents - Airplane while making a tail spin dive crashed to earth, totally wrecking the plane and engine, Love Field, Texas. D.M.A

In occupied france. Walloon day laborers on earth work. At Rheims. July 1917

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - British Airship Station. Large English dirigible rigid in the air being hauled down after a flight. These airships cannot make their own landing but are hauled down to earth by cables dropped from the ship when she gets near the ground

Airplanes - Accidents - Airplane crashes to earth. Ship 5150, Air Service Flying School, Rich Field, Waco, Texas, got into tail spin and landed in rifle range

Balloons - Equipment - Balloons. Like a great fish the balloon soars away at the end of lines that unwind from big reels and keep the observer in constant contact with the earth

In occupied france. Walloon day laborers on earth work. At Rheims. July 1917

That Liberty Shall Not Perish From the Earth

Lenin's Dream

Oglala Dam: Rammed Earth Construction

Project (Wounded Knee Dam "Main Earth Fill")

Dumping Waste Earth

Hauling Waste Earth

View of Top of Waste Earth

Lower Gatewell (Earth Fill Up to Upper Section)

Landscape (Earth Dam)

Project (Casper - Alcove Dam "Earth Fill Proper")

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Minnesota (MN) - Blue Earth County - Mankato - ED 7-21 to 47

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Minnesota - Blue Earth County - Mankato - ED 7-20 - ED 7-32B

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Minnesota - Faribault County - Blue Earth - ED 22-2A, ED 22-2B, ED 22-3

Earth Filter along Cobscook Bay Side of Carlow Island Dam

Photograph of Iron River Fire Burned Clean to Mineral Earth

Oglala Dam: Rammed Earth Construction

Our Good Earth...Keep it Ours. Buy War Bonds. Make Every Market Day Bond Day

"A PLEDGE AND A PRAYER - AND ON EARTH PEACE, GOOD WILL TOWARD MEN"

Communism Gives You Your Share of the Earth

Communism Gives You Your Share of the Earth ( c )

Communism Gives You Share of the Earth

Communism Gives You Your Share of the Earth ( c )

Photograph of Earth from an Air Force Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

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