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Chart of Port Jefferson, Formerly Drownded Meadow, North Side of Long Island, New York

A Fierce Assault on Port Hudson, Louisiana

Baton Rouge to Port Hudson. Showing Position of 19th Army Corps, Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks, Com'd'g., on the 14th March 1863.

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.

House at Port Clyde, Maine

Muskogee Union Railway, Alignment Through Port, Tps. 12-13N, Rg. 15 E.

Muskogee Union Railway, Alignment Through Port, Tps. 12-13N, Rg. 15 E.

Muskogee Union Railway, Alignment Through Port, Tps. 12-13N, Rg. 15 E.

Muskogee Union Railway, Alignment Through Port, Tps. 12-13N, Rg. 15 E.

Muskogee Union Railway, Alignment Through Port, Tps. 12-13N, Rg. 15 E.

Port, George - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Sappers and Miners, L-Y - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

U.S.S. New York Stringer Raised for Riveting, Port Side of the Ship

U.S.S. New York Stringer Raised for Riveting, Port Side of the Ship

Dent in Port Side of Hamburg American Steamship Cleveland

Dent in Port Side of Hamburg American Steamship Cleveland

U.S.S. Alabama, Arrangement of Hull Zincs on Port Side

British sumarine coming into port

Ruins of the Port at Peronne, France

Terminal Property of the Port Reading Railroad Co. (Site Map)

Terminal Property of the Port Reading Railroad Co. (Site Map)

Demobilization - Miscellaneous - The U.S.S. Iowa steaming into port of Baltimore leading other warships that had not entered port since war was declared

Boy's Activities - Junior Camp Association - Dudley Field fmalone pins medal on Junior Marine Scout. Photo shows Dudley Field Malone, former Collector of the Port of New York, pinning a medal on a junior Marine scout. 1917

German troops in Finland. Boarding ship at home port. May 1918

American Red Cross - Canteens - An American Red Cross Canteen on the docks at an English port. On the day this Canteen was opened it served eight thousand American soldiers from an incoming convoy. It has frequently gone to 15,000 cups of coffee in a day together with countless sandwiches, chocolates, and cigarettes

Camouflage - Ships - U.S.S. Montgomery. Camouflage on port side

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - American Red Cross worker supplies soldiers with cigarettes. American and Canadian soldiers receiving cigarettes as they board a transport at an English port

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Airplanes and parts manufactured for government use. N-1 seaplane, side view of body, port side, at Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA. U.S. Navy Department

Camouflage - Ships - U.S. TBD. Fairfax. Port side showing camouflage

German troops in Finland. Boarding ship at home port. May 1918

California - Port of Stockton

Demobilization - Mustering Out Scene - Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio. Initial medical examination on arrival at demobilization camp from port of debarkation. Men with contagious and infectious diseases are at once grouped apart

American Red Cross - Supplies - Supervising the loading of Red Cross supplies at an English port

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - American Red Cross worker meets troop ship. Red Cross worker welcoming American soldiers by throwing boxes of cigaretes to them as the boat is reaching an English port

California - Port of Stockton

American Red Cross - I thru M - Elizabeth McWilliams of Summerville, N.J. who sailed from New York in October as a Red Cross nurse's aid and died of pneumonia just as the ship reached the British port. She is buried not far from Red Cross Headuarters in London. There was an outbreak of influenza on the ship in which Miss McWilliams sailed. She worked hard all the first day scrubbing out the influenza-infected baggage room to provide a temporary hospital. That night she worked as an emergency cook for three hours and then until midnight wrote letters for the influenza patients. Next morning she herelf was stricken. Her last words were "I am happy because I've tried to be a real American."

German troops in Finland. Loading horses on ship at the home port. May 1918

Colleges and Universities -West Point - U.S. Military Academy, New York Cadet company marching through North Sally Port of South Barracks to drill on plain

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Iowa - Fort Dodge, Iowa. Fort Dodge, Iowa, troops in parade before leaving for embarkation port

American Library Association - Libraries - Kansas through Mississippi - A.L.A. distributing books to men about to entrain for embarkation port. Camp Beauregard, LA

American Red Cross - Supplies - American Red Cross Activities. Supervising the loading of Red Cross supplies at an English port. 400,000 pounds of Red Cross comforts for the troops were carroed on this ship, which sailed under sealed orders, for an unannounced destination

Florida - Port St. Joe

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Twin Engine Dirigible C-1 N.O. 3509 in flight, port side, stern

California - Port of Stockton

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American Red Cross building at Port of Debarkation, Newport News, Virginia

Airplanes - Types - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., R3 Port Front Quarter

California - Port of Stockton

Comissions - To Foreign Nations - Russian - The heads of the American Railroad Commission which sailed from a Canadian port for Russia on the "Empress of Asia"

Balloons - C - Twin Engine Dirigible C-1 N.O. 3509 in flight, port side

American Red Cross - Canteens - At whatever port in England American soldier arrives he finds waiting for him, ham sandwiches, and coffee by the American Red Cross

The return of the "Move". Count Dohnna-Schlodien speaking to his courageous men in the home port

California - Port of Stockton

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - One of the American Red Cross headquarters buildings in London. This building houses the offices of the Department of Military Relief and the Home Communications Service. Here also in the headquarters of the famous Red Cross "Flying Squadron", an automobile unit which can be rushed on a moments notice to any point where immediate relief is necessary, such as a port where a crowd of torpedoed soldiers are seamen have just arrived

Stern View, Port Side, Navy Yard, New York

Leased Covered Barge "Shannon", Port Quarter

Photograph of the Port View of the SS Gretavale

Photograph of the Port View of the SS Matinicock

Photograph of the Port View of the SS Olinda

Photograph of the Port View of the SS Frieda

Photograph of the SS War Spartan

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Pennsylvania - Schuylkill County - Port Carbon - ED 54-98, ED 54-99, ED 54-100

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Wisconsin - Ozaukee County - Port Washington - ED 45-11, ED 45-12, ED 45-13, ED 45-14, ED 45-15, ED 45-16, ED 45-17, ED 45-18

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - California (CA) - Ventura County - Port Hueneme - ED 56-20 to 25

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York (NY) - Suffolk County - Port Jefferson - ED 52-82 to 86

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Orange County - Port Jervis - ED 36-116 - ED 36-127

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Lewis County - Port Leyden - ED 25-16, ED 25-23

Portrait Photograph of Enos Sewlal, Government Archivist, National Archives, Whitehall Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies

Submarine Sculpin Lying off the Port Beam of the Salvage Ship Falcon, Assisting with Pumping Operations through a Hose Line

First patient 60-inch cyclotron. Robert Stone and John Lawrence treating Robert Penny at the 60-inch neutron port. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Paul Aebersold at treatment port, taken November 20, 1939. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Port Area, Showing Dock for Barges in Greenland

Port of Embarkation Supply Reception, Boston

Ship Enters Oversea Port of Discharge in Iceland

Boston Port Band

Ship Enters Oversea Port of Discharge, Iceland

[Sailor looking out of a port hole] [Sarra]

Supplies Received at Port of Embarkation by Rail, Boston

Supplies Received at Port of Embarkation, Boston

Two Women Working at the Boston Port of Embarkation

Front Entrance to the Boston Port of Embarkation

37-inch cyclotron, number three source after 1st run outside port. Photo taken 4/14/1943. 37"-48. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Ethel B. Smith Working at the Boston Port of Embarkation

Photograph of American Troops Descending into Barges in a British Port Town as they Prepare for the Normandy Invasion

Photograph of American Troops Descending into Barges in a British Port Town as they Prepare for the Normandy Invasion

Photograph of American Troops Marching through the Streets of a British Port Town on Their Way to the Docks in Preparation for the Normandy Invasion

Photograph of a Coast Guard LCI as a Nazi Mine Explodes Close off Its Port Bow

USS Augusta in English Port

Port of Spain - Chancery Office Building

Port au Prince - Chancery Office Building

Port Moresby - Chancery Office Building

Port Moresby - Chancery Office Building

184-inch cyclotron. Deflected beam pattern on port of focusing magnet. Photo taken 12/01/1947. 184"-852 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

[Model of Zonguldak Port]

["The Sleepless Port" - (Magazine Unit)]

[Model of Zonguldak Port]

[Model of Zonguldak Port]

[North Africa Pix] - [Port of Tunis, Unloading Grain]

["The Sleepless Port" - (Magazine Unit)]

["The Sleepless Port" - (Magazine Unit)]

["The Sleepless Port" - (Magazine Unit)]

[Model of Zonguldak Port]