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Halt in the Peace Procession. Uncle Sam - I'll not carry that load. We'll stop right now

Hauling Load of Squash on Wagon

Train load of British troops enroute to Ypres Salient and Area. Boesinghe, Belgium. 8-22-1917

Between St. Quentin and Laon. A load of straw for the dug-out. March 1917

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Truck load of American Red Cross supplies which has just arrived in Paris by mail, on its way to the warehouse

American Red Cross - Vehicles - Truck load of Americans off for the front lines given a send off by the A.R.C. workers at Dijon, France

Drills - Artillery - Field - Loading - Ready to load machine gun, American Lake, Washington

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

American Red Cross - Warehouses - Red Cross warehouses in France. Load of Chapter boxes off for the front

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 - Salvage - Red Cross Salvage. There is a use for everything no matter how old or how worn it is. This is the motto of the Red Cross Salvage Campaign which is now in progress, over the entire country. Old shoes, clothes, tinfoil books, and other discards are in the collection. A truck load of salvaged material collected in Los Angeles by the Red Cross

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - Red Cross wood day, Bemidji, Minn. Wood donated by farmers and sold at auction for the benefit of the Red Cross. The prize load brought neary $100

Airplanes - Types - Manufacturing Curtiss J.N. 4D planes at the Springfield Aircraft Corporation, Springfield, Mass. Rudder in position ready for weights of testing load

American Red Cross - Vehicles - American Red Cross helps French prisoners get clothing. Ambulance with load of French prisoners just returned from Germany, leaving Grand Palais, Paris, France, where they went to get much needed clothing supplied to them by the French Government. Taken Nov. 1918

American Library Association - ALA - European - French - St. Nazaire. Getting books off pile to load on truck for Nantes. Sgt. McNamara near center of picture. Note parpaulins covering boxes, the only protection things have on this dock against rain

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - Captain Dennis, A.R.C., and his staff issuing hot drinks to train load of wounded American soldiers, Blois, France

American Red Cross - I thru M - Miss Morley, A.R.C. worker at Orleans, France, supervising the unloading of a load of furniture of a load of furniture made by French Mutiles which is to be sold to Refugees at a low price

American Red Cross - Warehouses - American Red Cross supplies and warehouse in France. Automobile ready to start with a load from Warehouse 51 Rue de Ponthieu, Paris

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Miscellaneous Ceremonies - War activities in Duluth, Minnesota. A truck load of enthusiastic cheerers who caused the burning of the Kaiser's goat in the Armistice celebration

Airplanes - Types - Manufacturing Curtiss J.N. 4D planes; Springfield Aircraft Corporation, Springfield, Mass. Rudder relieved of load showing the permanent set caused by total load applied for ten minutes

American Library Association - O through R - This load is typical of those taken to quarantine camps and to troop trains, except that "Side boards" are removed to permit the showing of magazines in the picture. During one month approximately 40,000 magazines were taken to the isolation camp and directly to men in temporary quarantine about the camp. All departing troop trains are supplied with magazines: one bundle of from 25 to 30 is placed in each coach before the men entrain. Camp Doniphan

American Library Association - Dispatch - 300 boxes of A.L.A. books piled on dock ready to load

Airplanes - Historical - Swedish Aviator and Seaplane for Tans-Atlantic Flight. Capt. Hugo Lundstedt making final preparations for the cross Atlantic flight in a seaplane capable of developing 80 miles an hour with a load of four passengers and twos of gasoline

Ceremonies and Parades - Marines who stopped Hun drive at Chateau Thierry parade in Philadelphia. Citizens of Philadelphia turned out in blinding snow storm to greet 500 of her wounded Marines back from war. A 'load' of men too weak to march passing down line of march

American Library Association - European - French - Sling load of A.L.A. books. Dock #2, St. Nazaire, France

Airplanes - Types - Manufacturing Curtiss J.N. 4D planes; Springfield Aircraft Corporation, Springfield, Mass. Rudder with full load, which is applied for ten minutes

Airplanes - Inspection - McCook Field, Dayton, O. Sand load testing dept., showing sand load test of experimental airplane. C.P.I

American Red Cross - Vehicles - A.R.C. workers taking truck load of food to Sedan, the first food that the people of that city had been seen since the Germans left it seven days before

Airplanes - Struts - Testing aeroplane struts for maximum load. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis

American Red Cross - Supplies - A load of supplies being shipped by the American Red Cross at Dallas, Texas. 1918

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - With the American Forces in France. A Wheel barrow load of concrete bombs used in target practice by our aviators in France

Troops pose on a Model B Ammunition truck manufactured by The Four Wheel Drive Corporation (FWD). In the background troops load a 12-inch Railway Mortar. The mortar sits on 12-inch Mortar carriage, M1896, which sits on a specially designed rail car. The coastal defense mortars or Seacoast Mortars were designed to fire 700-pound projectiles in a high arc and strike battleships and cruisers on their decks where armor plating is relatively thin. (THIS IMAGE MIGHT BE AT FORT TILDEN, NEW YORK)

Cart Load of Vegetables

Photograph of a Dog Sled Load of Equipment and Supplies Ready to Start to the Bower Trout Timber Survey Camp

Load Bearing Test

Load Bearing Test Caisson

Photograph of Sleigh Load of Logs Coming into Rollway

Tractor Hauling Sled Load of Salvage Logs to be Sold to Northeastern Timber Salvage Administration

Oxen Hauling Sled Load of Salvage Logs near Bridgton, Maine

Photograph of a Load of White Pine Logs on a Sled

Photograph of Tractor Skidding a Sled Load of Graded Lumber

Photograph of Log Yard Foreman Ted Williams Scaling a Load of High Grade Veneer Logs at the Birds Eye Veneer Company

Photograph of Flat Car Load of Wood

Photograph of a Load of Yellow Poplar Logs for Aircraft Stock

Photograph of 15 Ton Load Limit Sign

Photograph of a Truck Carrying a Crib Load of Freshly Creosoted Posts

Photograph of Unloading a Truck Load of Short Leaf Pine Logs at the Moss Tie Company Mill at Winona, Missouri

Photograph of Unloading a Truck Load of Logs at the Edith Chaney Mill

Photograph of Truck Load of White Pine Logs

Photograph of a Load of Red Pine

Photograph of Truck Load of Air Dried Hardwood Lumber

Photograph of a Load of Pulpwood at Watersmeet Landing

Photograph of Load Pulpwood at Watersmeet Landing

Photograph of Truck Load of Air Dried Hardwood Lumber

Photograph of Load Pulpwood at Watersmeet Landing

Test Set-Up Load Bearing

NASA Load Bearing Test

A starboard bow view of the tank landing ship USS CAROLINE COUNTY (LST 525) landing at Cua Viet with a load of cargo trucks. CAROLINA COUNTY Is the first LST to dock at Cua Viet. Utility landing craft 1498 (LCU 1498) is visible in the background

Members of the 3rd Marine Division prepare to load a round into an M-101 105mm howitzer during construction by members of a mountain-top fire support base

A U.S. Air Force all female weapons load team assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, handle an inert AIM-4C Falcon air-to-air missile during a William Tell"Weapons Competition at Tyndall, Air Force Base, Fla. Pictured from left to right, Doreen Thomas, Patricia McMerty, Jacqueline Sanders, Ellen Rising (ranks at the time are unknown). (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

Former POW and U.S. Army CWO-2 Daniel F. Maslowski (Captured 2 May 70) waves to the public and press who were there to greet the plane load of former POWs flown in from Clark Air Base. In the background MGEN John Gonge, Commander 22nd Air Force and BGEN William Deitrich, 22nd AF Vice Commander greet former POW and U.S. Air Force SMSGT Arthur Cormier (Captured 6 Nov 65). CWO-2 Maslowski and SMSGT Cormier were released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Navy LCMDR Everett Alvarez (Captured 5 Aug 64) talks at the microphones to the public and press there to greet the plane load of former POWs flown in from Clark Air Base. LCMDR Alvarez was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on12 Feb 73

Unidentified former POW/U.S. Air Force Captain blows a kiss to the public and press there to greet the plane load of former POWs flown in from Clark Air Base

Former POW and U.S. Navy LCMDR Everett Alvarez (Captured 5 Aug 64) talks at the microphones to the public and press there to greet the plane load of former POWs flown in from Clark Air Base. LCMDR Alvarez was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S.Navy LMDR Everett Alvarez (Captured 5 Aug 64) talks at the microphones to the public and press there to greet the plane load of former POWs flown in from Clark Air Base. LCMDR Alvarez was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Air Force COL Fred Vann Cherry (Captured 22 Oct 65) waves to the public and press there to greet the plane load of former POWs flown in from Clark Air Base. COL Cherry was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S.Navy LMDR John Heilig (Captured 5 May 66)waves to the public and press there to greet the plane load of former POWs flown in from Clark Air Base. LCMDR Helig was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

A USAF C-130 Hercules lands at the POW exchange location. The C-130 arrived from Bien Hoa Air Base with a load of Viet Cong POWs

US Army soldiers load MIM-23B Hawk missiles onto a towed launcher

SETUPS LOCATED IN THE FRACTURE MECHANICS LABORATORY AND THE HIGH LOAD TENSILE TESTING FACILITY IN THE SOUTH 40 AREA

SETUPS LOCATED IN THE FRACTURE MECHANICS LABORATORY AND THE HIGH LOAD TENSILE TESTING FACILITY IN THE SOUTH 40 AREA

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

SETUPS LOCATED IN THE FRACTURE MECHANICS LABORATORY AND THE HIGH LOAD TENSILE TESTING FACILITY IN THE SOUTH 40 AREA

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

SETUPS LOCATED IN THE FRACTURE MECHANICS LABORATORY AND THE HIGH LOAD TENSILE TESTING FACILITY IN THE SOUTH 40 AREA

SETUPS LOCATED IN THE FRACTURE MECHANICS LABORATORY AND THE HIGH LOAD TENSILE TESTING FACILITY IN THE SOUTH 40 AREA

SETUPS LOCATED IN THE FRACTURE MECHANICS LABORATORY AND THE HIGH LOAD TENSILE TESTING FACILITY IN THE SOUTH 40 AREA

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

LOAD ROD ALIGNMENT FIXTURE

LOAD BANK

Establishing view, looking southeast, of NASA DFRC Mate-Demate Device (MDD), RF tower, stadium lights, and Shuttle Hangar (Building 4833) on right. Also visible on right: concrete weights for proof load tests

LOAD BANK RESISTOR ENCLOSURE

U.S. Air Force female Weapons Handler SGT. Patricia McMerty, SGT. Ellen Rising, and SGT. Doreen Thomas, part of the first all female weapons load team assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, practice weapons loading onto a F-101B Voodoo aircraft, at Hector International Field, North Dakota, for the upcoming William Tell"Weapons Competition to be held at Tyndall, Air Force Base, Florida. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

Crew members load life rafts aboard an AC-130H Hercules aircraft while preparing for a training flight. They are assigned to the 16th Special Operations Squadron, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing

Artillerymen prepare to load an M114A1 155 mm howitzer during a live-fire exercise

COMPRESSOR LOAD VALVE CONTROLLER AND DYNAMIC FLOW COMPUTER

LOAD CELL PLATFORM AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE

COMPRESSOR LOAD VALVE CONTROLLER AND DYNAMIC FLOW COMPUTER

LOAD CELL PLATFORM AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE

LOAD CELL PLATFORM AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE

LOAD CELL PLATFORM AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE

LOAD CELL PLATFORM AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE

LOAD CELL PLATFORM AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE

LOAD CELL PLATFORM AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE

COMPRESSOR LOAD VALVE CONTROLLER AND DYNAMIC FLOW COMPUTER

COMPRESSOR LOAD VALVE CONTROLLER AND DYNAMIC FLOW COMPUTER

COMPRESSOR LOAD VALVE CONTROLLER AND DYNAMIC FLOW COMPUTER

COMPRESSOR LOAD VALVE CONTROLLER AND DYNAMIC FLOW COMPUTER

LOAD CELL PLATFORM AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE

Members of the Army Health Services Command prepare to load an organ transplant a UH-1 Iroquois helicopter for medical airlift to its ultimate destination