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Enlargement of Engine Hatch on Berth Deck

Yards and Docks Electric Power Plant, Buckeye Engine

Yards and Docks Electric Power Plant, Buckeye Engine

Yards and Docks Electric Power Plant, Buckeye Engine

Electrical Class, Steam and Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory

Engine Room, Building 41, Looking North

Looking, toward the Call Building, northeast up Market Street. The Call Building is enveloped in smoke on the right side of the street. The fire engine is attempting to find water in a hydrant. Curved building on the left is the James Flood Building at Market and Powell, the Emporium is across the street. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000 homeless and killing between 450 and 700. Estimated damages, over $350 million

Building No. 41 Engine Room Looking Northwest

Building No. 41 Engine Room Looking Northeast

Building No. 41 Engine Room Looking Northeast

Building No. 41 Engine Room Looking Southeast

Exterior of Engine Room

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 128 (63-A), Excavation For Oil Engine Foundation, Looking North West, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 128 (63-A), Oil Engine Foundation, Looking South East, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 128 (63-A), Oil Engine Foundation, Looking East, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 128 (63-A), Oil Engine Foundation, Looking South East, Yard Labor

V.A.D. cranking engine. Etaples, France. 6-27-17

Hoisting a 60 ton engine onto rails. St. Etienne. 3-9-1918

German light engine destroyed by British artillery fire. Combles, France; 3/1917

Light railway engine made from the discarded parts of a motor car. High Wood. During the Somme and Ancre Campaign

Wrecked railway engine at Peronne, France. March 1917

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 128 (63-A), Sewer Connection To Oil Engine Foundation, Looking South East, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 128 (63-A), Oil Engine Foundation, Looking South East, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 128 (63-A), Oil Engine Foundation, Looking North, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 128 (63-A), Oil Engine Foundation, Looking North, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Connection Oil Engine Foundation to Sewer on Morris Avenue, Looking South East, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, West End Oil Engine Foundation, Building 128 (63-A), Looking North West, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, South East End, Oil Engine Foundation, Building 128 (63-A), Looking West, Yard Labor

Airplanes - Types - Airplanes for government use. L.W.F. Engineering Co., College Point, L.I. L-W-F Model G airplane with Liberty 12 engine

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Twin Engine Dirigible C-1 N.O. 3509, showing starboard bomb racks

Airplanes - Engines - C.C. Gear on Liberty "12" Aircraft engine as used on DH4 planes. Nut on shaft removed to permit removal of cams

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Propeller and engine of airplane, Standard Aero Corp., Plainfield, N.J

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Learning the workings of an aerial engine

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. View of buildings for testing engines

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Assembly of complete engines

Balloons - C - Twin Engine Dirigible C-1 N.O. 3509, starboard view

Colleges and Universities - University of California - School of Military Aeronautics - Engine Laboratory

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Turning crank shafts on engines lathes

Colleges and Universities - Princeton - Princeton Aviation School, student oiling up his engine before a flight. Princeton, New Jersey

Colleges and Universities - Georgia School of Military Aeronautics - Engine Laboratory. School of Military Aeronautics

College and Universities - University of Pittsburgh - Gas engine men on a Liberty Truck, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Airplanes - Historical - French plane brought down by engine trouble. Two aviators unhurt. Rescued by men from the U.S. Cushing which is seen in the background. Press Illus. Serv

Airplanes - Engines - Aircraft Testing Field, Packard Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Rough engine parts in stock room

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Near view showing outdoor engine test sheds. Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation Factory, Ithaca, New York

Airplanes - Types - Thomas-Morse Type MB-3 single seater Fighter, equipped with 30 H.P. Hispano-Suiza engine. Length overall - 20ft.; spread, 26 ft.; height, 9 ft.11 in.; total weight loaded, 2050lbs. Fuel and oil capacity for 3 hours flight at full speed. Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation, Ithaca, N.Y

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Automatic weighing of gasoline and oil used in testing engines

Airplanes - Inspection - Inspection of airplane engine, Wright-Martin Aircraft Corp

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Turning and boring cylinder bosses of crank cases

Colleges and Universities - Lewis Institute of Chicago - Soldier mechanics receive training course at Lewis Institute of Chicago, Ill. Students gathered round an automobile engine while an Instructor tells them all about it

Airplanes - Engines - Aircraft testing field, Packard Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Adjustments being made on engine for final run

Airplanes - Types - Latest Curtiss triplane establishes record as fastest in the world. In an official Navy Test, this Curtiss Triplane established a new world's mark for speed and climbing. Fully loaded and equipped, this plane achieved the speed of 160 miles an hour and climbed 12,500 in 10 minutes. The machine is equipped with a Curtiss Type, model K 12 cylinder engine, capable of attaining 400 Horse Power. The plane is the very latest Curtiss, type 18. The photo shows it at the plant of the Curtiss Engineering Corporation, Roosevelt Field, Garden City, Long Island

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Heat treating of cylinders

Colleges and Universities - Lewis Institute of Chicago - Army mechanics in training at Lewis Institute, Chicago, Illinois. Instruction on an engine. The soldiers in training here are given a thorough schooling g in mechanics

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Heavy duty turret latches for major parts

Airplanes - Types - Fastest aeroplane in the world. Side view of the new Curtiss plane built for the Navy. This plane can develop a speed of 160 miles faster than any other machine in the world. It is 32 feet wide, 34 feet long, 10 feet high and can carry a useful load of over half a ton. It has attained a height of 12,500 feet in 10 minutes. This plane is equipped with a Model K, 12 cylinders, 400 H.P. Engine

Balloons - C - Twin Engine Dirigible C-1 N.O. 3509, stern view

Airplanes - Types - Cadet Clarence T. Springer in Plane JN-4-D, American, crashed on February 1, 1919. Engine cut out, turned in good order to get into good field and landed with wind. Made good landing but wind got in under elevators and nosed ship over. Div. Military Aeronautics. Washington, D.C

Airplanes - Engines - Sand blasting airplane engine parts. Packard Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Hall-Scott Aeroplanes; Nordyke and Marmon Co., Indianapolis, IND. The Hall-Scott aeroplane engine turned out at the plant

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Student Army Training Corps - U.S. Signal School of Photography, Columbia University, New York City. U.S. Navy gas engine school in their recent victory parade at Columbia University

American Library Association - ALA - European - French - St. Nazaire. Books coming out of hatch of Floridian. Notice man who control the hoisting engine and machinery

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Nordyke and Marmon Co. Airplane Engine Plant, Indianapolis, IND. Soldiers instruction room. Men studying airplane mechanics are taught here

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation Factory, Ithaca, New York. General arrangment of outdoor engine test sheds

Airplanes - Types - Types of airplanes. S.C. Airplane, 1914. Burges H Tractor as remodeled by Loening (Renault engine)

Airplanes - Types - Thomas-Morse Type S-4C, single seater Scout, equipped with 80 h.p. LeRhone engine. This machine was used almost exclusively for the advance training of aviators by the War Department during the war. Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation, Ithaca, N.Y

Balloons - C - Twin Engine Dirigible C-1 N.O. 3509, bow view

Airplanes - Types - Manufacturing Le Pere Liberty Battle Planes for the Government at the Packard Motor Car Co., Plant Detroit, Michigan. Engine set in fuselage

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Submarine Chaser Training School - Naval Engineers' Submarine Chaser Training School, Columbia University, New York. Taking indication from gas engine

Boy's Activities - War Work - Boy Scouts particpate in "Tag-Your-Shovel-Day." Thousands of Boy Scouts and School children invaded public and private institutions and homes on Jan. 30, 1918 "Tag-Your-Shovel-Day" in the national movement to urge the people to save a pound or two of coal for Uncle Same. Photo shows boy scouts tagging coal shovel in the engine room of the Prince George Hotel, N.Y

Airplanes - Types - Thomas-Morse Type S-7, side-by-side two-seater Scout, equipped with 80 h.p. LeRhone engine. Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation, Ithaca, N.Y

Airplanes - Types - Fastest aeroplane in the world. Front view of the new Curtiss Aeroplane built for the Navy. This machine is the fastest in the world and capable of making 160 miles per hour, 15 miles per hour faster than the speed attained by any other machine in the world. It can climb to a height of 12,500 feet in 10 minutes. It is equipped with a Curtiss Model K, 121 cylinder 400 H.P. Engine. It can carry a load of 1,000 lbs. It is 32 feet wide, 34 feet long and 10 feet high

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross at Innsburck. The Mission to Poland made an hour's stop in rail road yards of this picturesque Austrian city while railroad people hunted up an additional engine to help pull the train over the Tyrolish Alps. Col. Walter C. Bailey, the Comm. to Poland is standing on the rail

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Boring cylinder bosses in crank cases

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Turning gills on cylinders

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Final assembly and weighing of cylinders

Airplanes - Engines - Liberty Airplane Engine Test. Plane with Liberty engine in test flight from Dayton, Ohio to Detroit, Michigan. The photograph was taken at the arrival of the plane at the Detroit Fair Grounds. The plane made the flight back to Daytona

Airplanes - Accidents - Falling airplane collides with the railroad train in Canada. While an airman was doing various stunts in the air at Toronto, Canada, his engine suddenly went dead and the plane out of control shot at tremendous speed toward the ground. Upon landing it collided with locomotive of munitions train with result shown above

Airplanes - Instruments - Forest Products Laboratory for research work during the war. These engine bearers built of plywood, support the engine in airplane. Of the Government Forest Service

Colleges and Universities - Hampton Institute - War activities of Hampton Institute, Hampton, Virginia.. Members of the National Army Training Detachment learn to drive motor trucks and to make gas engine repairs

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

Airplanes - Inspection - Liberty Engine testing grounds at Packard Factory, Detroit, Mich. From Mayor's Office, Detroit

Airplanes - Engines - Aircraft Testing Field, Packard Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Tear down of engine after first run

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Submarine Chaser Training School - Naval Engineers' Submarine Chaser Training School, Columbia University, New York. Instruction on engine

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Twin Engine Dirigible C-1 N.O. 3509, side view of car

Airplanes - Accidents - Airplane falls. Wreck of signal corps engine No. 1, Carlstrom Fields, Arcadia, Fla

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Boring, forming contour and turning chucking threads on open end of cylinder

Airplanes - Instruments - Method of testing aeroplane engine bearers for vertical loading. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis

Airplanes - Types - Airco (DeH) one Napier Lion Engine; pilot and eight passengers; speed 114 m.p.h., new type for use on London-Paris Service, first of this model now reaching completion. Air Service

Airplanes - Types - Types of airplanes. S.C. Airplane, 1914. Burges H Tractor as remodeled by Loening (Renault engine)

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Finish turning and threading of cylinder bosses in crank cases

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps - Vocational Training for S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Checking the truth of a crank shaft. Engine Dept. - Auto Mechanics

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. View of works

Airplanes - Flight - Liberty Engine in experimental plane flown from Dayton to Detroit and return. Taken in fairgrounds in Detroit, Mich

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps - Vocational Training for S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Lowering engine block into place on crank case. Engine department - auto mechanics

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Rough turning of cylinders

Colleges and Universities - Sweeny Auto School - Teaching Motor Car Construction for War. In the engine room of the Sweeny Auto School, Kansas City, Missouri

Airplanes - Engines - Motor manufacture. Lincoln Motor Co., Plant. Detroit, Michigan. Section of engine assembly

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Submarine Chaser Training School - Naval Engineers' Submarine Chaser Training School, Columbia University, New York. Measuring engine power by electricity

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Curtiss OX-5 training plane motor. Each engine is packed for shipment in a stoutly built box lined with water proof tar paper

Airplanes - Types - Types of airplanes. Engine Section, S.C., Airplane No. 31, 1914