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Law, Jessee D - Age 26, Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Law, Isaac - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 14th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Wi-Y AND Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

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

Law, David - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Law, Thomas - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Law, Isaac - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - 14th US Colored Heavy Artillery - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Law, W H - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - C, Je - Li - Louisiana

Law, J E - 4th (Clinch's) Cavalry

Cavanagh, Law - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Seventeenth (Sixth) Battalion, Cavalry

Law, William - Sixth Cavalry (65th State Troops)

Law, S A - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Third (Palmetto) Battalion, Light Artillery Jo-L

News note: Attorney General Gregory says that the big corporations are behaving better than formerly, and have shown a marked improvement in their attitude toward the law

Ceremonies and Parades - Ceremonies as clock is pushed ahead one hour. Marcus M. Marks, Chairman of National Daylight Saving Movement, pushing the hands around from two to three on the master clock that controls the big dials on the Metropolitan Tower, New York City, as the Daylight Saving Law went into effect

American Red Cross - Canteens - American Sailors at Red Cross Canteen in Royal Law Courts, London, England. The "Great Hall" of the Law Courts served as dormitory for about a thousand men, for ten days after the signing of the armistice, and in one of the alcoves, the Red Cross canteen women set up their counter and furnished all comers with sanwiches, coffee, and various good things. Photograph taken at midnight

College and Universities - University of Pennsylvania - War Activities at University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. U.S. Navy men taking examination for commission in McKean Hall, Law School

American Library Association - Hospitals by State A thru I - Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D.C. The porch of the Re-education Department, called the "Curative Workshop." In this department men maimed or disabled by disease are taught new trades for civil life. The picture shows a study class, under competent instructors where men may learn to read and write, or study law. The subjects range from the elementary to the collegiate

American Red Cross - I thru M - Howard Lines, only son of Dr. Ernest Lines, graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School, Head of Section 1 of American Ambulance Corps, who died while on duyt in France, 1917

Colleges and Universities - Princeton - Officer Material School for the Pay Corps, Princeton, New Jersey. Explaining the fundamentals of military law

Airplanes - Accidents - Plane of first American aviator interned in Switzerland. Lieut. Rohenden who running short of benzene, was forced to land at Soleure, Switzerland where he in accordance with the neutrality law has been interned for the remainder of the war. Lieut. Rohenden's plane which was damaged in the landing

Keep Within the Law

News Note: Daniel C. Roper, dry Democrat, proposes to shelve Al Smith for eight years and allow the Democratic party to try to enforce sincerely the prohibition law

Photograph of East Field at Charles Law Farm in Decatur Township in Washington County

Photograph of Supreme Court Exhibit, Case 8, Equal Justice under Law

Richard Nixon stands at the door to his law firm Bewley, Knoop, & Nixon in Whittier, California

Downtown Anchorage - Debris clearance neared completion in downtown Anchorage, Alaska when this picture was taken. Now complete, reconstruction work authorized by federal law will be supervised by the Alaska district, U.S. Amy Corps of Engineers. Fourth Avenue (shown) and other demolition is being done by Chris Berg, Incorporated, Seattle Washington, under a $129,500 contract

Jimmy Carter - Private Luncheon, Fr. 2-5; Meeting with Presidents of Womens' Organizations, Fr. 6-8; Reception for Law enforcement Officials, Fr. 9-15

Jimmy Carter -Attends energy seminar at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, Fr.4A-9A; Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Receives Honorary Doctor of Law Degree from Mr. Ward of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, Fr.13A-31A

Meeting with Sen. Gp./Labor Law Reform

1-11 Midge Constanza & ERA petition; 12-19 German press interviews ZB; 20-24 Mtg with Environmental Action; 25-29 Senator Sam Nunn; 30- Lipshultz with Law Students

Jimmy Carter - With Edward Cernic, of the Flood Recovery Association, Fr.2-8; Presenting a copy of the Law Day Proclamation to officials of the American Bar Association, Fr. 9-27

Jimmy Carter - Presenting a copy of the Law Day Proclamation to officials of the American Bar Association, Fr. 3-8; With Todd Gibbs, Cystic Fibrosis poster child, Fr. 9-13 Met with the Ladies of Hermitage Association of Tennessee, Fr. 14-22

Jimmy Carter in his Mother in Law's (Mrs. Smith's) House in Plains

Two airmen work at the law enforcement desk at the 51st Security Police Squadron

U.S. Marines of Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Mar., fires the light anti-armor weapon (LAW) during their participation in the amphibious landing exercise, Unitas XXII

A combat-ready Marine, PFC Williams, prepares to fire the light anti-armor weapon (LAW) during Operation CAX 1-2-82 at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

A member of Company C, 1ST Battalion, 3rd Marine Division aims an M-72A2 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) during a training exercise

A member of Company C, 1ST Battalion, 3rd Marine Division familiarizes himself with the M-72A2 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) during a training exercise

First Lieutenant Lemont Boileau of Charlie Company, Battalion Landing Team 1/3, observes the landing party as they conduct a live fire exercise with a light anti-tank weapon (LAW)

STAFF Sergeant James D. Lunn of Battalion Landing Team 1/3, 31st Marine Amphibious Unit, instructs Marines in the firing of an M72 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) during exercises on Green Beach

STAFF Sergeant James D. Lunn of Battalion Landing Team 1/3, 31st Marine Amphibious Unit, instructs Marines in the firing of an M72 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) during exercises on Green Beach

PFC Randy Winters, Co. B, 3rd Bn., 187th Bde., 101st Abn. Div., uses a light anti-tank weapon (LAW) to protect a bridge from the enemy during the field training exercise Quick Thrust

The U.S. Coast Guard Tactical Law Enforcement Team, assigned aboard the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS MISSISSIPPI (CGN-40), approaches the vessel RECIFE at night. The vessel was seized after 30 tons of marijuana were found aboard. This operation is part of the President's commitment to strengthen drug interdiction at sea prior to arrival in the United States

The vessel called RECIFE was boarded and seized in international waters off the coast of Columbia by a U.S. Coast Guard Tactical Law Enforcement Team, assigned aboard the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS MISSISSIPPI (CGN-40). The vessel was seized after 30 tons of marijuana were found aboard. This operation is part of the President's commitment to strengthen drug interdiction at sea prior to arrival in the United States

A view of the burial place of Judge Roy Bean, the legendary "Law West of the Pecos," near Laughlin Air Force Base

COL. Robert Berry, head of the law department at the U.S. Military Academy speaks with cadets during Black History "Dining In."

A Marine explains the operation of the M-72A2 Light Anti-tank Weapon (LAW) to General Kuroda of Japan during his visit to the camp

Colonel (COL) Robert W. Berry, professor of law at the US Military Academy, West Point, New York, administers the oath of office to Susan J. Crawford, newly appointed general counsel to the Department of the Army. Undersecretary of the Army James R. Ambrose is in the left rear of the picture

A member of the 82nd Airborne Division, armed with an M16A1 rifle, stands guard near a tripod-mounted M60 machine gun and an M72 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) during the multiservice, multinational Operation URGENT FURY

STAFF Sergeant Glen Chaunley demonstrates the proper method for firing an M72 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) during a training exercise

Security police law enforcement specialist checks the identification of an Air Force LTC arriving in his automobile at the NORAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex near Colorado Springs, Colorado. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A Marine holds an M72A2 light antitank weapon (LAW)

STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Adolberto Q. Rosado, Company C, 4th Battalion, Aviation Training Brigade (right), explains the methods of extension of the M72A2 light antitank weapon (LAW) to Private (PVT) Sunni Edmundson, Company A, 4th Battalion, Aviation Training Brigade

STAFF SGT. Adolberto Q. Rosado, Co. C, 4th Bn., Aviation Training Brigade (left), gives instruction to PFC. 1ST James K. Dollar, Co. C, 4th Bn, Aviation Training Brigade, on the proper method of engagement of targets with the M72A2 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) during training on common task skills

Corporal (CPL) Neely of Weapons Co., 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines explains the capabilities of the M72 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) to instructors of the Japan Self Defense Force Command and STAFF College

Staff Sergeant (SSGT) Mark Casillas, a law enforcement technician, helps a prisoner into a security police vehicle. Casillas performs the full range of police duties, however, he serves primarily as an investigator

Approved insignia for: 3rd Law Squadron

Representatives of the Air Force Information and News Center (AFSINC) pose for a picture during the National Law Enforcement Explorer Conference, sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America at the University of Washington. Left to right: Captain (CPT) BILL M. Potter, regional director, AFSINC Southeast Region; Second Lieutenant (2LT) Michelle L. Frey, public affairs officer; CPT Jose Martinez Jr., regional director, AFSINC Western Region

Representatives of the US Army Criminal Investigation Command (USACIC) pose for a picture during the National Law Enforcement Explorer Conference, sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America at the University of Washington. Pictured is Captain (CPT) John Fowler, left, deputy chief public affairs, and Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Robert A. Flocke, chief of public affairs, Headquarters, USACIC

Sergeant (SGT) Susie L. Hayes receives a flight pin from Kim S. Thomas, pilot and co-owner of Soukup-Thomas Balloon Fleet, during the National Law Enforcement Explorer Conference, sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America at the University of Washington. The conference mascot was a balloon character that was part of the Soukup-Thomas Balloon Fleet

Aviation Electrician's Mate Second Class (AE2) Lloyd J. Bertalot and CHIEF Journalist (JOC) Jay M. Davidson, pubic affairs officer, pose for a picture during the National Law Enforcement Explorer Conference, sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America at the University of Washington. Both Sailors are with the Navy Recruiting District of Seattle

STAFF members of Headquarters, Air Force Office of Security Police, Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, pose for a picture during the National Law Enforcement Explorer Conference, sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America at the University of Washington. From left to right: front row, Brigadier General (BGEN) Neal Scheidel, chief of Air Force Security Police; Cynthia Bauer, Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Patsy Banta, Captain (CPT) Tamara Bradley, Colonel Robert Jones; back row, MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Randy Jackson, CPT Ren Cunningham

Captain (CPT) John F. Maier, left, and GUNNERY Sergeant (GYSGT) James Chiehowsky pose for a picture during the National Law Enforcement Explorer Conference, sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America at the University of Washington. Maier is assigned to the Corrections Branch (MHC-2) Marine Corps Headquarters, and Chiehowsky to the Marine Corps Recruiting Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina

An Ecuadoran commando checks the backblast area before firing an M-72 light anti-armor weapon (LAW) during small unit training conducted as part of the joint Ecuadoran/U.S. exercise Blue Horizon '86

The law library of the Naval Legal Service Office detachment

Wearing an M-17A1 field protective mask and a nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suit, a soldier from the 1ST Cavalry Divsion takes aim with an M-72 light anti-armor weapon (LAW) while on the mission-oriented protective posture (MOPP) assault course

Sailors and US Coast Guard District 5 Law Enforcement Detachment personnel approach a 30-foot, single-masted sailboat in a motor launch from the dock landing ship USS WHIDBEY ISLAND (LSD 41). The sailboat, which was dead in the water when it was detected by the WHIDBEY ISLAND's radar, in the Caribbean Sea is carrying 92 Haitian refugees. The refugees were taken aboard the WHIDBEY ISLAND and later transferred to a Coast Guard cutter. In accordance with a standing agreement between the United States and Haiti, the refugees were returned to their homeland

Sailors and US Coast Guard District 5 Law Enforcement Detachment personnel approach a 30-foot, single-masted sailboat in a motor launch from the dock landing ship USS WHIDBEY ISLAND (LSD 41). The sailboat, which was dead in the water when it was detected by the WHIDBEY ISLAND's radar, is carrying 92 Haitian refugees. The refugees were taken aboard the WHIDBEY ISLAND and later transferred to a Coast Guard cutter. In accordance with a standing agreement between the United States and Haiti, the refugees were returned to their homeland

SGT. Michelle Putnam poses for a photograph with her dog Carlos prior to taking part in an explosives training exercise at the Security Police Academy. The school provides fundamental courses in law enforcement and security duties for Air Force personnel as well as advanced training to security police of all ranks and branches of the armed services

A close-up view of the sign at the entrance to the Security Police Academy. The school provides fundamental courses in law enforcement and security duties for Air Force personnel as well as advanced training to security police of all ranks and branches of the armed services

CHIEF PETTY Officer John Winfrey, left, and Army SGT. Robert Geiger take part in a dog handling/controlled aggression exercise at the Security Police Academy. The school provides fundamental courses in law enforcement and security duties for Air Force personnel as well as advanced training to security police of all ranks and branches of the armed services

A trainee takes cover in a foxhole during an exercise at the Security Police Academy. The school provides fundamental courses in law enforcement and security duties for Air Force personnel as well as advanced training to security police of all ranks and branches of the armed services

A trainee at the Security Police Academy applies camouflage paint in preparation for a field exercise. The school provides fundamental courses in law enforcement and security duties for Air Force personnel as well as advanced training to security police of all ranks and branches of the armed services

Trainees take part in a simulated search exercise at the Secuirty Police Academy. The school provides fundamental courses in law enforcement and security duties for Air Force personnel as well as advanced training to security police of all ranks and branches of the armed services

A trainee at the Security Police Academy is armed with a multiple intergrated laser engagement system (MILES)- equipped M-60 machine gun during an exercise. The school provides fundamental courses in law enforcement and security duties for Air Force personnel as well as advanced training to security police of all ranks and branches of the armed services

A trainee stands guard near a C-123 Provider aircraft at the Security Police Academy. The school provides fundamental courses in law enforcement and security duties for Air Force personnel as well as advanced training to security police of all ranks and branches of the armed services

Sailors and US Coast Guard District 5 Law Enforcement Detachment personnel approach a 30-foot, single-masted sailboat in a motor launch from the dock landing ship USS WHIDBEY ISLAND (LSD 41) in the Caribbean Sea. The sailboat, which was dead in the water

An FBI agent takes a report at the joint Army/FBI/US Marshal tactical operations center for law enforcement set up to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo

Crewmen aboard the patrol combatant missile hydrofoil USS TAURUS (PHM 3) recover an inflatable boat that was used by the ship's Coast Guard law enforcement detachment (LEDET) to carry a boarding party to a suspicious vessel. The TAURUS and the other hydrofoils of PHM Squadron 2 patrol the waters around Florida as part of the nation's drug interdiction program

Members of the Coast Guard law enforcement detachment (LEDET) assigned to the patrol combatant missile hydrofoil USS TAURUS (PHM 3), search a small craft that was stopped after being spotted unusually far from shore. The TAURUS and the other hydrofoils of PHM Squadron 2 patrol the waters around Florida as part of the nation's drug interdiction program

A sailor aboard the patrol combatant missile hydrofoil USS TAURUS (PHM 3) mans an M60 machine gun as members of the Coast Guard law enforcement detachment (LEDET) assigned to the Taurus search a small craft that was stopped after being spotted unusually far from shore. The TAURUS and the other hydrofoils of PHM Squadron 2 patrol the waters around Florida as part of the nation's drug interdiction program

A member of the Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment (LEDET) assigned to the patrol combatant missile hydrofoil USS TAURUS (PHM-3) gestures to a man aboard a small craft that was stopped after being spotted unusually far from shore. The TAURUS and the other hydrofoils of PHM Squadron 2 patrol the waters around Florida as part of the nation's drug interdiction program

AIRMAN 1ST Class Stewart Dayne, a law enforcement specialist from the 18th Security Police Squadron, stands guard along the edge of the runway during exercise COPE THUNDER 89-5

AIRMAN 1ST Class Lisa Krawchenko, a law enforcement specialist at George Air Force Base, Calif. Krawchenko recently completed a temporary assignment with the investigations section at Howard Air Base, Panama

Instructor Tim Dakin teaches contract law at the Air Force Institute of Technology

A Coast Guard law enforcement team assigned to Joint Task Force 4 prepares to board the merchant ship TEDDY TRADER II for an inspection

A Coast Guard law enforcement team assigned to Joint Task Force 4 return in an inflatable boat to their hydrofoil patrol combatant missile ship after a boarding inspection of the commercial vessel TEDDY TRADER II

Members of a Coast Guard law enforcement team talk with a fishing boat skipper during a Joint Task Force 4 drug interdiction mission

Standing in front of the Mark 75 76mm gun on the bow of a hydrofoil patrol combatant missile ship, a Coast Guard law enforcement team assigned to Joint Task Force 4 prepares to board the commercial vessel TEDDY TRADER II

Member of a Coast Guard law enforcement detachment on a Joint Task Force 4 drug interdiction mission talk with the crew of a fishing boat

A member of a Coast Guard law enforcement detachment inspects possible contraband seized on a Joint Task Force 4 drug interdiction mission

Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG) D.G. Doherty, a member of a Coast Guard law enforcement team aboard a hydrofoil patrol combatant missile ship on a Joint Task Force 4 drug interdiction patrol, establishes communication with a merchant vessel about to be boarded

Standing in front of the Mark 75 76 mm gun on the bow of a hydrofoil patrol combatant missile ship, a Coast Guard law enforcement team prepares to board the commercial vessel TEDDY TRADER II for an inspection

Members of a Coast Guard law enforcement detachment on a Joint Task Force 4 drug interdiction mission take a suspect into custody

A member of a law enforcement team photographs a drug interdiction operation from the doorway of a Helicopter Light Anti-submarine Squadron 94 (HSL 94) SH-2F Seasprite helicopter

Members of a law enforcement team observe a commercial craft from the railing of the guided missile frigate USS CLARK (FFG 11) during a drug interdiction operation

A member of a law enforcement team observes a passing ship from the doorway of a Helicopter Light Anti-submarine Squadron 94 (HSL 94) SH-2F Seasprite helicopter during a drug interdiction operation

A member of a law enforcement team watches a container ship from the doorway of a Helicopter Light Anti-submarine Squadron 94 (HSL 94) SH-2F Seasprite helicopter during a drug interdiction operation

A British Soldier from the Queen's Dragoon Guards prepares to fire an M-72 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) while taking part in weapons training at Abu Hydra Range during Operation Desert Shield

A round from an M-72 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) destroys a target at Abu Hydra Range as Marines from 7th Platoon, 1ST Force Reconnaissance Company, and British soldiers from the Queen's Dragoon Guards conduct weapons training during Operation Desert Shield

A round from an M-72 light anti-tank weapon (LAW) destroys a target at Abu Hydra Range as Marines from 7th Platoon, 1ST Force Reconnaissance Company, and British soldiers from the Queen's Dragoon Guards conduct weapons training during Operation Desert Shield