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There are hotter places than Washington

"Anyhow There Are Worse Places Than a Front Porch!!" Yours for the Presidency - Eugene V. Debs

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Cincinnati women work for soldiers and war refugees. After hours, the rooms of Cincinnati School houses are gathering places of women who devote a great deal of their time to sewing and knitting for soldiers, sailors and war refugees. They make pajamas, convalescent shirts, knitted garments, etc. This group is especially interesting as the school where the women are working is in the "Over the Rhine" district, the German section of the city, which is no longer German

Armistice - Armistice - German officers designating location of mines in accordance with terms of Armistice. German officers pointing out the location of the mines they had layed along the roads and carious other places. They are seen in one of their own cars with a white flag on the machine

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Wounded soldiers watching 27th Division parade in New York City, New York, who were provided with places by the A.R.C

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Many homes of the New York rich have been converted into workrooms by the auxiliary chapters of the Red Cross. The society women of New York have taken advantage of the new places offered by the Government for war work and are doing their share by making surgical dressings, etc. Scene shows a Red Cross Chapter meeting in the home of John D. Rockefeller, Jr

Commissions - Japan - Viscount Ishii of Japan at Fairhaven, Massachusetts. Viscount Ishii places a wreath on the grave of Captain Thomas W. Whitfield, who in 1840 saved the life of Manjiro Nakahama of Japan

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Voting in Camps - Army and Navy men vote. Soldiers and Sailors voting, at the 69th Regiment Armory New York--1 of four places in Manhattan and Brooklyn for them to vote

Ceremonies - New York - American Red Cross holds great parade in N.Y.C. Oct. 4, 1917. Nurses forming into companies in side streets waiting for command to swing into Fifth Avenue and take their places in parade

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - New device for creating smoke screens. A number of these stove like devices have been placed in different sections of Paris, France. The device can create a heavy smoke screen which completely mantels the surrounding territory so that certain places cannot possibly be distinguished. The volume of smoke is so dense that a searchlight cannot penetrate it

American Library Association - Dispatch - Enlist your books. In order to obtain reading matter for U.S. soldiers in the cantonments in this country and overseas a "Give a Book Week" campaign was launched by the American Library Association. The American Library Association had put into operation thirty-four libraries in various cantonments. Thousands of books had been purchased and used to fit out the reading places for the men. Appeals had been made by soldiers and saolors to send books and the Library Association requested the public to forward whatever literature it could spare. Photo shows a sailor looking over a case of books at the dispatch office at Hoboken, N.J

"Anyhow There Are Worse Places Than a Front Porch!!" Yours for the Presidency - Eugene V. Debs

Enumeration, One Day was Devoted to the Enumeration of Trailer Camps and Other Places Inhabited by Transients

Enumeration, No Kind of Habitation was Missed, Included among the Places are Railroad Section Hands

Daily Press. 11,000,000 in Armed Forces by '44. Help Wanted Women. Women Must Take Their Places

Returning Books to their Places

ANIMALS IN ROCKET FLIGHT

ANIMALS IN ROCKET FLIGHT
ANIMALS IN ROCKET FLIGHT

10/64. Seldovia - Threatened Boardwalk - 25,000 sandbags were places on the boardwalk and elsewhere on the waterfront to weigh down the installation so it would not float in high tides that flood the walk

3/65. Seldovia - Shows sandbags places to keep the boardwalk in place during high water

A worker places a chock aboard a simulated submarine hull section prior to the loading of a submarine emergency communication transmitter (SECT) buoy Mark 9 Mod O during testing at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory. When put into fleet use the SECT, which will ride outside the submarine's pressure hull and inside the submarine's outer hull, will be released and act as a surface marker if and when the ship is sunk

A technician places two inflight pens and a penlight in the spacesuit pocket of Frank Borman, Apollo 8 commander. In approximately four hours, Borman and fellow Apollo 8 astronauts James Lovell and William Anders are scheduled to lift off on a lunar orbiting mission

SPECIALIST Fifth Class David J. De Ruyter places a lens into a heat machine to temper the glass at Womack Army Hospital

An orthopedics specialist places scaphoid arch pads in the shoes of an infant in the brace shop at the U.S. Army Hospital, Camp Kuwae

A U.S. Army nurse places a metal brace on a soldier's arm

MAJ (Dr.) Terry Adkins , Warren Air Force Base veterinarian, places 17th in the 1049 mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race

A Wisconsin Air National Guard guardsman unloads smoke rockets from a truck and places them in rocket pods. These pods are used on the OA-37 Dragonfly aircraft

A Red Horse team member places a mirror on a tent wall. The airman is assigned to the 554th Civil Engineering Squadron participating in exercise Team Spirit '81

Three men from the 174th Tactical Fighter Wing look over a map of the city to decide on places to visit. The men are taking part in exercise Coronet Sail

A crew places a 500-lb Mark 82 bomb, which will be loaded on an F-105 Thunderchief aircraft, on an MJ-1 bomb loader. The crew are members of 128th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 116th Tactical Fighter Wing, Texas Air National Guard, involved in exercise Gangbuster XI

2nd LT. Rudolph Maier places flowers from the Hurlburt Company Grade Officers' Council on the new memorial during the 1ST Special Operations Wing memorial service for the eight servicemen, including its five members, who were killed in the attempt to rescue the American hostages held in Iran on April 24, 1980

STS091-358-002 - STS-091 - DSO 802, Gorie places seed packages on middeck bulkhead

STS091-358-003 - STS-091 - DSO 802,Gorie places seed packages on middeck bulkhead

S113E05385 - STS-113 - Wetherbee places mission sticker on panel in Node 1 during STS-113 / EXP. 5

STS091-358-004 - STS-091 - DSO 802,Gorie places seed packages on middeck bulkhead

STS091-358-006 - STS-091 - DSO 802,Gorie places seed packages on middeck bulkhead

STS091-358-005 - STS-091 - DSO 802,Gorie places seed packages on middeck bulkhead

S113E05384 - STS-113 - Wetherbee places mission sticker on panel in Node 1 during STS-113 / EXP. 5

A member of the 31st Marine Amphibious Unit (31st MAU), places some gear in the back of an M-151 light utility vehicle equipped with a TOW anti-tank weapon during Exercise Kangaroo 4

SGT. Lindee Montpelier, Va....LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen, commanding general, Marine Corps Development and Education Command, places a wreath at the grave of James Madison, the fourth president of the United States, during a ceremony marking the 236th ann

SSGT Larry Kemp, Company A, 15th Engineer Battalion, carefully places a live M-15 anti-tank mine into position after lifting it from its packing crate at Range 60

A member of a US Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit places mortar rounds between two large rocks prior to detonating them during an ordnance disposal exercise

A weapons technician places a fuse into the nose of a 500-pound bomb before it is uploaded onto an A-7D Corsair II aircraft during Exercise Gallant Eagle '82

A weapons technician places a fuse into the nose of a 500-pound bomb before it is uploaded onto an A-7D Corsair II aircraft during Exercise Gallant Eagle '82

Major General Alexander M. Weyand, Commander, 25th Infantry Division, places a wreath on the Task Force Smith Memorial during a ceremony honoring the men who fell near this spot on July 5, 1950

President Ronald Reagan places a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during a Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery

A flight deck crewman places chocks under the wheels of an SH-2F Seasprite light airborne multi-purpose system (LAMPS) helicopter upon landing on a Unitas XXI ship. The helicopter is attached to Light Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 34 (HAL-34)

A flight deck crewman places chocks under the wheels of an SH-2F Seasprite light airborne multi-purpose system (LAMPS) helicopter upon landing on a Unitas XXI ship. The helicopter is attached to Light Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 34 (HAL-34)

A fisherman places a lobster pot back on a stack of other pots after a days work

A Royal Australian Air Force member places missions and their results on an operations scheduling board during Exercise Sandgroper '82

A visitor places a memento at the base of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day before its official dedication

A veteran places a wreath at the base of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day before its official dedication

GUNNER Bertrand Ramallard, one of 108 visiting Canadians from Battery X, 5th Light Artillery Regiment, stands by his howitzer awaiting further firing orders during a field exercise. The Canadians swapped places with Battery C, 1ST Battalion, 321st Field Artillery, who deployed to Canada for a month of training

STAFF Sergeant Russell Copem, squad leader of the 1ST Platoon, Company D, 326th Engineer Battalion (combat), places a steel-cutting charge on a condemned bridge in Dunlop Park

A U.S. Marine places a wreath before the altar at memorial services for the 241 Marines killed during the terrorist bombing of the barracks at Beirut International Airport. The Marines have been deployed in Lebanon as part of the multi-national peacekeeping force following confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

An aviation ordnancemen places 20 mm machine gun ammunition in load tray of a linkless ammunition loading system (LALS) in the weapons spaces aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69)

PFC. James A. Williams of the Combat Support Company, 1ST Bn., 35th Inf., 25th Inf. Div., places a 107mm round of ammunition into the tube of a 4.2 mortar gun during annual artillery training exercise

PFC James A. Williams, assistant gunner for a 4.2-inch motor section of the Combat Support Company, 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, places a 107 mm motar round into the tube of his weapon. His unit is participating in a live-fire training exericse and an Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP) at the US Army`s Pohakuloa Training Area

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Mark Fowler of the 55th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service places a waistband around a "crash victim" during SAREX '83 at Canadian Force Base Comox

Wanda Ruffin, wife of LCDR James T. Ruffin, places roses beside her husband's coffin during funeral ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery. Ruffin was listed as missing-in-action after failing to return from flying a mission off the coast of North Vietnam Feb. 18, 1966

Wanda Ruffin places roses beside the coffin of her husband, LCDR James T. Ruffin, during funeral services at Arlington National Cemetery. Ruffin was listed as missing-in-action after failing to return from flying a mission off the coast of North Vietnam Feb. 18, 1966

A member of the 360th Transportation Company places a box of artifacts onto a platform during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

Private Thomas Jones places a tray of cookies into a field oven during the 94B Food Service Course at the Quartermaster School

SPEC. 5 Shelton L. Dodson, a food service specialist serving the 514th Medical Company, places a tray of pizzas into an oven at the consolidated dining facility

SPECIALIST Fourth Class Samuel J. Labednick, a food service specialist with the 382nd Personnel Service Company, places a fresh pie on the desert line at the consolidated dining facility

A Marine from the 22nd Marine Amphibious Unit places his sea bag onto a pallet as Marines prepare to redeploy from the city at the conclusion of their participation in a multinational peacekeeping operation

Colonel James D. Elmer, commander of the Aerospace Audiovisual Service, places an Outstanding Unit Award ribbon on the 1361st Audiovisual Squadron flag during a ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial

Marine Corps Sergeant Major Alan J. Kellog Jr., right, holder of the Medal of Honor for actions beyond the call of duty in Vietnam, places a wreath near the casket of Unknown Soldier of the Vietnam War. The casket will be transported to California aboard the frigate USS BREWTON (FF 1086) where it will be transferred to Arlington National Cemetary, Virginia

Sergeant Major Alan Kellogg Jr., a Medal of Honor recipient for service in Vietnam, places a wreath at the base of the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era during the designation and departure ceremony. The frigate USS BREWTON (FF 1086) will transport the Unknown to Naval Air Station Alameda, California. He will be taken to Travis Air Force Base for the flight to Washington, District of Columbia

A joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era on a bier during the designation and departure ceremony. After the ceremony, the Unknown will be placed aboard the frigate USS BREWTON (FF 1086) and transported to Naval Air Station Alameda, California

A joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era into a hearse for the trip to Travis Air Force Base, California. He will be flown to Washington, District of Columbia, where he will lie in state until Memorial Day, May 28, 1984, and then be interred at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery

A joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era on a bier inside the main chapel. After a short service, the Unknown will lie in state at the chapel until the morning of May 25th, when he will be transported to Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland. From Andrews he will be taken to the Capitol to lie in state

A joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era into a hearse during the arrival ceremony on the flight line. Saluting on the left are chaplains from the various military services and on the right is a joint services color guard

The national color guard stands by as a joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era into a hearse during the flight line arrival ceremony

A joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era aboard a C-141B Starlifter aircraft for a flight to Washington, District of Columbia. The Unknown will lie in state in the Capitol building until Memorial Day, when he will be interred at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery

President Ronald Reagan places a wreath at the base of the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era during an arrival ceremony in the Capitol rotunda. Also attending the ceremony are Mrs. Reagan, VIP's, Vietnam veterans, and other guests. The Unknown will lie in state in the rotunda until Memorial Day, when he will be taken to Arlington National Cemetery

President Ronald Reagan places a wreath at the base of the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era during an arrival ceremony in the Capitol rotunda. Also attending the ceremony are Mrs. Reagan, VIP's, Vietnam veterans, and other guests. The Unknown will lie in state in the rotunda until Memorial Day, when he will be taken to Arlington National Cemetery

A joint services color guard stands in the foreground as a joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era onto a catafalque in the Capitol rotunda. President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan, VIP's, Vietnam veterans, and other guests attend the ceremony. The Unknown will lie in state in the rotunda until Memorial Day

A joint services casket team places a band around the flag-draped casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era, prior to carrying it out of the Capitol rotunda. A caisson waiting outside will transport the Unknown to Arlington National Cemetery for a state funeral service and internment at the Tomb of the Unknowns

A joint services casket team places the flag-draped casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era onto a 3rd US Infantry (The Old Guard) caisson parked at the East Plaza of the Capitol. The caisson will carry the serviceman to Arlington National Cemetery for a state funeral and internment at the Tomb of the Unknowns

A member of the 3rd US Infantry (The Old Guard) places a wreath on the steps next to the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery, at the conclusion of the internment ceremony for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era. The wreaths were donated by military units and veterans organizations

A joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era over a crypt at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery

A joint services casket team places the flag-draped casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era onto a caisson at the East Plaza of the Capitol. The 3rd US Infantry (The Old Guard) caisson will transport the serviceman to Arlington National Cemetery for a state funeral service and interment at the Tomb of the Unknowns

President Ronald Reagan places the Presidential Wreath at the head of the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era during the interment ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. Saluting in the foreground is Major General John L. Ballantyne, commanding general, US Army Military District of Washington

A joint services casket team places a band around the flag-draped casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era, prior to carrying it out of the Capitol rotunda. A caisson waiting outside will transport the Unknown to Arlington National Cemetery for a state funeral service and internment at the Tomb of the Unknowns

A joint services color guard stands by as a joint services casket team places the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era on a 3rd Infantry (The Old Guard) caisson, during the formation of the funeral procession at the east plaza of the Capitol. The caisson will carry the Unknown to Arlington National Cemetery for a state funeral

A distinguished guest places a wreath at the Madison Memorial during a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of D-day, the invasion of Europe

A member of the Kentucky Air National Guard places a filter on the lens of a camera mounted on an RF-4C Phantom II aircraft, during pre-flight operations for Exercise PHOTO FINISH '81

AIRMAN 1ST Class Maurice Jackson places personnel records on a microfiche card at the Micrographics Systems Branch of the Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center. The Micrographics Systems Branch uses a microfiche system to maintain the personnel records of all active-duty officers and enlisted members of the Air Force

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, salutes and Secretary of the Navy John F. Lehman Jr. places his hand over his heart during the launching ceremony for the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT (CVN 71). With Lehman are his wife, Barbara, Ship's Sponsor, and his daughter, Alexandra, Maid of Honor

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Pat Sheehan places a fresh oxygen cylinder in A1C Kevin Johnson's backpack while fighting a fire at the 58th Tactical Training Wing Complex

Members of the crew take their places along the rail around the well deck of the dock landing ship USS WHIDBEY ISLAND (LSD 41) during its commissioning ceremony, being held at Lockheed Shipyard

A port quarter view of a Soviet Typhoon Class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine. The inset drawing places the hull size into perspective

A member of the 1721st Combat Support Squadron places markers on an unimproved runway during the multinational tactical airlift competition VOLANT RODEO '85

A tank commander of the 2nd Battalion, 70th Armor, 24th Infantry Division, places his hand on the firing switch inside an M-60 main battle tank during the multinational joint service Exercise BRIGHT STAR '85

Commodore Grace M. Hopper, special assistant to the commander, Naval Data Automation Command, places a piece of wire on the plaque honoring her during the groundbreaking ceremony for the Grace M. Hopper Navy Regional Data Automation Center, San Diego. The plaque will be hung in the lobby

An officer of the Air Force Dental Investigations Service places weights inside the head of a dummy. The dummy is being used to represent a human pilot to test the effect of different weights during flight in an ejection seat

Bhuddist monk places candle at alter in Bangkok temple. Exact Date Shot Unknown

AMN Ronald A. Walker, computer technician, uses the Sperry UTS 20. In the background SGT Barry L. Ewart, computer operator, places a tape on the Sperry U28 tape drive. Both men are assigned to the 2037 Information Services Squadron, Luke AFB, Arizona. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A Marine places a training version of a Soviet TM-46 anti-personnel mine in position during a field exercise

Captain Thomas A. Mercer, commanding officer of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70), places a ship's cap on the head of a representative of the San Francisco Bay Area Combined Federal Campaign during the CFC finale luncheon held aboard the ship