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Office of the Administrator - Agency Headquarters Renaming Ceremony - ceremony to mark the renaming of the Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters in honor of President Bill Clinton [412-APD-1126-2013-07-17_WmJClintonRename_094.jpg]

The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. Additional Right of Way for Protection at Canadian River Bridge & Approaches Chickasaw Nation, I.T.

US Army soldiers from the Presidio pose for a group shot, with their Springfield 03 rifles, in front of the ruins of the Hall of Justice. The troops aided the local police force in keeping order and protection for the citizens of the devastated city. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000 homeless and killing between 450 and 700. Estimated damages, over $350 million

Plan of the Fresh-Water Supply System for Fire Protection and General Use

Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Making citizens of 300 foreign born fighting men wearing U.S.A. uniform. One of the most impressive scenes witnessed at any of the training camps where men of the National Army are being whipped into shape was enacted at Camp Upton, N.Y. when 300 foreign born members wearing the uniform were admitted to full citizenship. These men were granted full citizenship in order to give them every protection accorded a citizen of the United States. This photograph shows the men who were instrumental in aiding these foreign born fighters gain recognition as full fledged Americans. From left to right: front row. Judge Mancheanser, Dana White, Chap. P. Miller, and Merton A. Sturges. Back row: Jas. P. Buxton, H. Mayorkas, R.B. Lish, Jas. F. Richardson, A.S. Solomon and Harold Waertendyke

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - France - These are not inmates of a Turkish Harem but French girls making cotton balls for the front parcel at American Red Cross workrooms for surgical dressings, rue St. Didier, Paris. The workers wear the gauze bandage over nose and mouth as protection against small particles of cotton

Camouflage - Miscellaneous - Shows the open mouth of the emplacement which is unconcealed during fire. The difficulty of concealing the square shadow of this kindis great where it is impossible to dig the gun down below the level of the ground. The photograph also shows the protection considered sufficient against 105's. It consists of a layer of heavy timbers, four layers of sand bags, a bursting layer of brick with light rails, and a lyaer of sod

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 - Classes in Red Cross Work - France - Dipping the front parcels in parafine as a protection against dampness and gas at the A.R.C. workrooms for surgical dressings, Rue St. Didier, Paris, France

Carrier pigeons in German army service. Taking the pigeons to the carrier pigeon station in the front lines. For protection against gas attacks a special gas-box is taken along. March 1917

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Airplane manufacture. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co., Dayton, Ohio. Guard Headquarters, located south of the plant, facing on Springboro Pike. Plant No.1 Guard Corps in company formation in the foreground. 60 men are included in the Protection Service at Plants Nos. 1, 2, and the Experimental Field

Training course in gas protection. Aiming

The carrier pigeons in the German army service. A gas protection box for use during gas attacks. March 1917

American Red Cross - Uniforms - This is the famous red-lined cape of dark blue worn by the Red Cross nurse - the cape which the French people love. It is worn with the brilliant lining thrown smartly over the left shoulder, following tradition. To the public it is the cape of poems and posters and plays and stories; to the nurse it is the practical protection against cold in the hundred daily errands through the corridors and court yards, and an emergency wrap for outdoor wear

Balloons - Observation - Observation Balloon of 31st. Balloon Co., West Point, KY. Balloon on balloon bed. Note location in small wood near camp; also stockade for protection

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The Perplexed Protection Professor

Photograph of the Battery Racks for Fire Protection and Burglar Alarm System in the Sub-Basement Battery Room of the National Archives Building

Photograph of the Network Protection in the Southeast Transformer Vault of the National Archives Building

Photograph of a Flood Protection Barricade at the National Archives Building 7th Street Entrance

Photograph of a Flood Protection Barricade at the National Archives Building 7th Street Entrance

Photograph of a Flood Protection Barricade at the National Archives Building 7th Street Entrance

Photograph of a Flood Protection Barricade at the National Archives Building 9th Street Entrance

Photograph of a Flood Protection Barricade at the National Archives Building 9th Street Entrance

Photograph of Fire Protection Float in the Memorial Day Parade in Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Publicity Photo of Civilian Protection School Graduation

"EQUAL PROTECTION FOR ALL"

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Fire protection specialists fight a fire as an HH-43B Husky helicopter hovers overhead to create a continuous downward air current, assisting the crew members. The crew is assigned to Detachment 8, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron

1 MAIN FOAM STATIONS LOCATED IN FLIGHT RESEARCH BUILDING FOR AIRCRAFT PROTECTION

SURFACE PROTECTION BRANCH

CONSUMER PROTECTION OFFICE IN THE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING BUILDING DEB ANNEX

TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING TSB MANAGER CONFERENCE AND PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING

1 MAIN FOAM STATIONS LOCATED IN FLIGHT RESEARCH BUILDING FOR AIRCRAFT PROTECTION

CONSUMER PROTECTION OFFICE IN THE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING BUILDING DEB ANNEX

SURFACE PROTECTION BRANCH

SURFACE PROTECTION BRANCH

TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING TSB MANAGER CONFERENCE AND PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING

1 MAIN FOAM STATIONS LOCATED IN FLIGHT RESEARCH BUILDING FOR AIRCRAFT PROTECTION

CONSUMER PROTECTION OFFICE IN THE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING BUILDING DEB ANNEX

SURFACE PROTECTION BRANCH

1 MAIN FOAM STATIONS LOCATED IN FLIGHT RESEARCH BUILDING FOR AIRCRAFT PROTECTION

SURFACE PROTECTION BRANCH

1 MAIN FOAM STATIONS LOCATED IN FLIGHT RESEARCH BUILDING FOR AIRCRAFT PROTECTION

1 MAIN FOAM STATIONS LOCATED IN FLIGHT RESEARCH BUILDING FOR AIRCRAFT PROTECTION

SURFACE PROTECTION BRANCH

PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

PLANT PROTECTION PERSONNEL OPERATING JAWS OF LIFT TOOL

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

NEW PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING DISPLAY

PLANT PROTECTION PERSONNEL OPERATING JAWS OF LIFT TOOL

PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING

EPA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY NOISE ENFORCEMENT FACILITY AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION

PLANT PROTECTION FACILITY

EPA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY NOISE ENFORCEMENT FACILITY AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION

EPA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY NOISE ENFORCEMENT FACILITY AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION

PLANT PROTECTION FACILITY

PLANT PROTECTION FACILITY

PLANT PROTECTION FACILITY

EPA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY NOISE ENFORCEMENT FACILITY AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION

TOOL SUPPLY BY PLANT PROTECTION

TOOL SUPPLY BY PLANT PROTECTION

TOOL SUPPLY BY PLANT PROTECTION

TOOL SUPPLY BY PLANT PROTECTION

Swearing-In Ceremony for Mr. Charles Hugh Warren, Chairman, Council on Environmental Quality; Ms. Mary Elizabeth King, Deputy Director of the ACTION Agency; Mr. Douglas M. Costle, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency; and Ms. Barbara Blum, Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protectection Agency--The Oval Office

Swearing-In Ceremony for Mr. Charles Hugh Warren, Chairman, Council on Environmental Quality; Ms. Mary Elizabeth King, Deputy Director of the ACTION Agency; Mr. Douglas M. Costle, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency; and Ms. Barbara Blum, Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency -- The Oval Office

Swearing-In Ceremony for Mr. Charles Hugh Warren, Chairman, Council on Environmental Quality; Ms. Mary Elizabeth King, Deputy Director of the ACTION Agency; Mr. Douglas M. Costle, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency; and Ms. Barbara Blum, Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency -- The Oval Office

1-12 Meeting with Privacy Protection Study Committee; 13-18 Meeting with Republican Representatives

2-9 Breakfast with Senatorial Group; 10-16 Mrs. Carter greets Rev. Thomas Melton and group; 17-25 Meeting with Privacy Protection Study Committee; 26-31 Chip Carter with Group; 32-36 Meeting with Republican Group

PLANT PROTECTION DISPATCH OFFICE

PLANT PROTECTION NEW AMBULANCE

PLANT PROTECTION NEW AMBULANCE

PLANT PROTECTION NEW AMBULANCE

FIRE PROTECTION PANEL

PLANT PROTECTION DISPATCH OFFICE

PLANT PROTECTION PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT

NEW FIRE TRUCK AT THE PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING

NEW FIRE TRUCK AT THE PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING

PLANT PROTECTION PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT

NEW FIRE TRUCK AT THE PLANT PROTECTION BUILDING

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