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Washington, D. C. , May 29, 2009 -- President Obama at FEMA headquarters at a meeting of the Homeland Security Council, with him at the head of the table is the President of the Council, John O. Brennen. June 1 marks the beginning of hurricane season and Mr. Obama was briefed by Federal Agencies and Departments that respond to Hurricanes. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Sketch of Mine in front of 2d Div., 9 Corps, near Petersburg, Va. Commenced June 25th, 1864. Finished July 23th, 1864. Exploded July 30th, 1864. [Apparently drawn by Henry Pleasants, Lt. Col., 48th Regiment, Pennsylvania "Vet." Volunteers.]

Fort Pickens, Fla., [and vicinity]. Showing the positions and strength of the Enemy's Batteries, so far as known by actual observation, and also of our own sand Batteries. [Signed] Lt. Walter McFarland, U. S. Corps Engineers, Fort Pickens, June 10, 1861.

State of Louisiana showng Theatre of Operations of the Forces under command of Maj. Gen. Banks during the months of March, April, May, June, and July and ending with the Reduction of Port Hudson, July 8th, 1863. Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks; D. C. Houston, Major & Chief Engineer. August 1863. Drawn by B. von Reizenstein. Photographed by Walter Ogilvie.

Ganett, Mary June - State: Virginia - Year: 1865

Military Railroad Map of City Point, Va., Principal Terminus of City Point and Army Railroad Line and Base of Armies Operating Against Richmond. Drawn at Office of Chief Engineer and General Superintendent, Military Railroads of Va., Alexandria, Va., June 1865, From Actual Survey by Wm. M. Merrick Engineer and Draughtsman.

[Rough sketch of the battlefield of Cross Keys, Va., June 8, 1862, compiled by Jed. Hotchkiss, 2d Army Corps, Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.]

Map of Yard, June 30, 1927

Map of Yard, June 30, 1931

Map of Yard, June 30, 1930

Map of Yard, June 30, 1930

Map of Yard, June 30, 1931

Map of Yard, June 30, 1931

Map of Yard from June 30, 1925

Map of Yard, June 30, 1928

Map of Yard, June 30, 1931

The Prodigal's Arrival

The June Bride

Wreck of Crane Hercules June 18, 1910, Photo by Civil Engineering Office, 11-15 AM, June 20, 1910, Looking West

Wreck of Crane Hercules June 18, 1910, Photo by Civil Engineering Office, 8-35 AM, July 1, 1910, (From Eastside Entrance to Dry Dock Number 2)

Wreck of Crane Hercules June 18, 1910, Photo by Civil Engineering Office, 8-30 AM, July 1, 1910, (From Westside Entrance to Dry Dock Number 2)

Dry Dock 4, Progress Map for June, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractors

Building 221 (65-3), Showing Sash in North Doors Damaged by Explosion June 29, 1913, Looking South

Building 221 (65-3) Showing Crate of Tin Cans Damaged by Explosion of June 29, 1913

Building 221 (65-3), Looking Northwest from Building 120 (79), Showing Oakum Removed After Explosion of June 29, 1913

June 30, 1913 Annual Report Plan, Revised to Dec. 31, 1913

June 30, 1913 Annual Report Plan, Revised to Dec. 31, 1913

June 20, 1913, Annual Report Plan, Revised to Dec. 31, 1913

The Philosopher

Boy's Activities - Patriotism - Anti-German feeling in U.S. Boy Scouts burning the German newspaper, Waechter & Anseiger, in Brooklyn, Cleveland, Ohio. Papers were taken from street cars on their way to the agent. June 1918

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - California - Market Street, San Francisco, California. On day of preparedness parade, June 22, 1916, which bomb was thrown. Mo1y Case

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Constructing barracks. June 25, 1918

Airplanes - Flight - Airplane that took part in mimic battle over Baltimore, June 24, 1918. The start after the "hostile" plane

Infantry returning from battle. On the way to rest camps. June 1917

Western front. War photographer in the fiels. June 1917

Western front. At a German hospital at Sedan. Stretching apparatus. June 1917

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - American Red Cross Campaign, New York, June 18-25, 1917

Airplanes - Flight - Airplane that took part in mimic battle over Baltimore, June 24, 1918. The start after the "hostile" plane

Ceremonies - Home Coming Day, June 17, 1919, Coffeeyville, Kans

Colleges and Universities - New York University - New York University Corps called into active service

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Barracks, June 27, 1918

Ceremonies and Parades - 5,000 school children present loyalty exercises for commencement, June 1918, N. Y. First joint commencement exercises ever held in the city parks were held yesterday when 5,000 children from two districts in Williamsburg, representing nearly every country in Europe, met in Prospect Park and participated in an impressive loyalty demonstration. Photo shows flag drill

Ceremonies - Camp Funston thru Camp Lee - Men who left Minden, Nebraska, June 27, 1918, for Camp Funston, Kansas

Colleges and Universities - West Point - Ceremonies - Review of U.S. Military cadets of West Point, New York, by General P.C. March, June 11, 1918

Colleges and Universities -West Point - U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York. Cadets moving from winter barracks to summer camp. June, 13, 1989

The war motion picture photographer in the field. June 1917

Ceremonies - Washington - President Wilson reviews Confederate Veterans. Under the Stars and Stripes they marched on June 7, 1917. Heroes who marched and fought with the Gray, men who answered the Southland's call rallied under Old Glory in a great parade in Washington, D.C. Five thousand United Confederate veterans and others marched in the parade, with the Stars and Stripes fluttering above the stars and bars still reverend but given way to a greater and mightier union. The veterans of the South were escorted by a thin line of Union veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic. Photo shows Virginia Military Institute cadets marching in the parade

Ceremonies - Home Coming Day, June 17, 1919, Coffeeyville, Kans. Elks Home

Airplanes - Types - Pomilio Aircraft Factory. First stage of construction. June, 1916

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - American Red Cross Transportation Service during strike, June 1919

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Massachusetts - Salvation Army members in War Chest Parade June 16, 1918, New Bedford, Massachusetts

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops in Lonodn, England. Scene in Buckingham Palace Road, London, England, showing the procession of American troops, headed by a band of Scots Guards with pipers, passing Buckingham Palace (on the right). June (August) 1917

Western front. With a captive balloon squadron. Long range photgraphic camera in the gondola. June 1917

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Constructing barracks. Progress on June 17, 1918

Field Marshal General von Hidenburg on the Western front. Hidenburg and General of Infantry Otto von Below in a group of corps commanders at the army headquarters. June 1917

American Red Cross - N thru W - Wolf Tail, a full-blooded Blackfeet Indian, member of the Browning Red Cross Chapter; the largest Indian donor to Red Cross War fund in June; an active worker in the Membership Drive at Christmas and he says if the Government can use him he is ready for the call to war

Colleges and Universities - Annapolis Naval Academy - Buildings, Classes, Graduation, and Drills - Scene at Annapolis Graduation, June 1918. Seated in the front center are the 199 graduates who received their diplomas and with them commissions as ensigns at the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland

Ceremonies - Home Coming Day, June 17, 1919, Coffeeyville, Kans

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - Drum Head Election on Boston Common, Boston, Mass., for officers of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. of Mass. This was the 280th election. June 3, 1918

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops historic march through London. London had a chance in June (August) 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets and past the King at Buckingham Palace. Passing through Trafalgar Square. (This contingent comprised the 12th, 13th, 14th, and 17th Engineers)

Colleges and Universities - Princeton - Princeton student regiment holding the last public parade of the session on Princeton grounds, June 1917

Field Marshal General Von Hdenburg on the Western front. Field Marshal General von HidenBurg and General of Infantry Otto von Below leaving army headquartes. June 1917

Colleges and Universities - University of Kansas - Technical school for drafted men, first detachment, June 15, August 15, 1918. Blacksmiths' class, University of Kansas

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Constructing barracks. June 25, 1918

Western front. Infantry just returned from battle resting. June 1917

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Camp Dewey, Conn. - Junior Naval Reserves. The cadets at the New York City training station of the U.S. Junior Naval Reserves are happy over the receipt of 400 Ross rifles, loaned to them by the Canadian Government through Premier Borden are shown in the picture drilling with the new rifles. Scores of boys from all over the United States are applying for admission to Camp Dewey, near New London, Conn., which will open for the third season on June 20, 1918. It is expected that over 1000 boys would attend

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Constructing of barracks. Progress on June 29, 1918

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Columbia University, New York, commencement, June 1918, at which honorary degrees were conferred on prominent men

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Cement work. June 11, 1918

Boy's Activities - War Work - Boy Scouts of Brooklyn, N.Y., starting out to help raise one hundred million dollars for the American Red Cross. June 1917

Colleges and Universities - Princeton - Earl Reading, British Ambassador to the United States, speaking from the steps of Old Nassau Hall, at the 171st Commencement exercises of Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. June 1918)

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - Stationary parade aids city's last drive for American Red Cross Fund, June 1917. Hundreds of women stood at the curb on both sides of Fifth Ave., from 30th to 50th Sts. At interval sof 10 ft. apart between the hours of 11 in the morning and 1 in the afternoon. They wore unifroms of white with a sash bearing the words "Help the Red Cross". This was done as a climax in the big drive for $100,000,000

Western front. With a captive balloon squadron. The heavy cable wagon with reel. June 1917

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops historic march through London. London had a chance in June (Aug) 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets and past the King at Buckingham Palace. The troops passing the Queen Victoria Memorial, which was unveiled by the Kaiser, who little throught, then, that American troops would one day pass the memorial on their way to fight against him and his troops and assist the Allies

Ceremonies - Navy & Marines - New York International Exposition of Sciences, Arts and Industries. Sailors from the Pelham Bay Naval Reserve Training Station paraded on the grounds of the New York International Exposition of Sciences, Arts and Industries which opened June 29, 1918. The exposition is situated at East 177th St., New York City

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - American Red Cross Transportation Service during strike, June 1919

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Ladies knitting at Red Cross Headquarters, Opelousas, Louisiana, June 1918. Left to right: Mrs. Richard Hollier, Mrs. Will T. Stewart, Miss Xine Dupre, Mrs. A. Leon Dupre and Mrs. Jos. Firnberg

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Constructing barracks. June 25, 1918

Colleges and Universities - West Point - Ceremonies - West Point Honor Man. H. J1s of New York, Honor Man of the 1917 class at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York. This class was graduated in April instead of June because of the pressing need for officers

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - American Red Cross Campaign, June 18-25, New York. Photo shows a sign which was moved one block for every million dollars raised nationally for the Red Cros. The appeal is for one hundred million dollars. June 18-25, 1917

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops in London. Procession passing along the Buckingham Palace Road, June (August) 1917

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Campaign June 18-25, 1917, New York. Some of the tea captains, on the roof of the Equitable Bldg. N.Y., following a luncheon and conference in the Bankers Club. Also in the picture are Mr. Seward Prosser, chairman of the Executive Committee of the American Red Cross Finance Committee and Cornelius N. Bliss, Jr., member of the Red Cross War Council, appointed by President Wilson. Mayor J.P. Mitchell sits in the center

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - Red Cross Parade, June 18, 1918, Milwaukee, Wis

Western front. In a German hospital at Sedan. Orthopedic room in the hospital. June 1917

Western front. A hospital at sedan. Foot cradle for strengthening weekend muscles. June 1917

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Cement work. June 5th, 1918

Ceremonies and Parades - Cardinal O'Connel conducting services at Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., June 1918

Western front. Shock troops at exercises. Cutting through wire entanglements. June 1917

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops historic march through London. London had a chance in June (August) 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets and past the King at Buckingham Palace. The troops passing the Queen Victoria Memorial

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Lieutenant Paul Perigord, of the French Army, after having had honorary degree conferred upon him at Columbia University, New York, Commencement, June 1918

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - Red Cross Drive. Parade in Philadelphia for the Red Cross. June 22

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - American Red Cross thermometer, Bankers Trust Co. Building, New York, June 1917

Colleges and Universities - University of Kansas - Technical school for drafted men, first detachment, June 15, August 15, 1918. Fowler shops group of mechanics. University of Kansas

Western front. Making a smoke screen to cover the firing of heavy batteries. June 1917

Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Organization commanders who certified to the naturalization of their men on June 12, 1918

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops march thru London. London had a chance in June (Aug) 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of American troops marched thru the streets. Photo shows them passing St. Thomas Hospital

Military commanders at General Headquarters, June 1917

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Constructing barracks. June 24, 1918

Western front. The Kitchen of a German hospital at Sedan. June 1917

Ceremonies - Preparedness Day, Washington, D.C. - Cementing the North and South. Under the Stars and Stripes they marched on June 7, 1917. Heroes who marched and fought with the Gray, men who answered the Southland's call rallied under Old Glory in a great parade in Washington, D.C. Five thousand United Confederate veterans and 5,000 others marched in the parade. With the Stars and Stripes fluttering above the stars and bars still reverend but given way to a greater and mightier union. The veterans of the Southland were escorted by a thin line of Union veteran members of the Grand Army of the Republic. Photo shows Texas confederates marching

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