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

Uncle Sam-"Too late, my boys. I've already expanded."

Large Sawmills - Puerto Rico

Administrative Structures - Puerto Rico

Farm Fields - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Crude Products: Fuelwood - Puerto Rico

Seasoning and Shipping Lumber - Puerto Rico

Administrative Structures - Puerto Rico

Large Sawmills - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Crude Products: Fuelwood - Puerto Rico

Forest Mensuration: Surveying/Studies - Puerto Rico

Signs - Puerto Rico

Administrative Structures - Puerto Rico

Administrative Structures - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Hiking / Riding - Puerto Rico

Seasoning and Shipping Lumber - Puerto Rico

Farm Products - Puerto Rico

Seasoning and Shipping Lumber - Puerto Rico

Erosion Effects - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Erosion Effects - Puerto Rico

Erosion Effects - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Farm Products - Puerto Rico

Signs - Puerto Rico

Administrative Structures - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Seasoning and Shipping Lumber - Puerto Rico

Homesteads - Puerto Rico

Administrative Structures - Puerto Rico

Historical Buildings - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Signs - Puerto Rico

Road Construction - Puerto Rico

Administrative Structures - Puerto Rico

Crude Products: Fuelwood - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Crude Products: Fuelwood - Puerto Rico

Road Construction - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Roads - Puerto Rico

Crude Products: Bolts and Handicraft - Puerto Rico

Farm Products - Puerto Rico

Seasonal Crops - Puerto Rico

Roads - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Reservoirs - Puerto Rico

Crude Products: Bolts and Handicraft - Puerto Rico

Farm Products - Puerto Rico

Farm Products - Puerto Rico

Large Sawmills - Puerto Rico

Crude Products: Fuelwood - Puerto Rico

Erosion Effects - Puerto Rico

Seasonal Crops - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Nursery Work: Seed Beds - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Signs - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Logs & Log Decks - Puerto Rico

Large Sawmills - Puerto Rico

Soil Studies - Puerto Rico

Seasonal Crops - Puerto Rico

Historical Buildings - Puerto Rico

Seasonal Crops - Puerto Rico

Erosion Effects - Puerto Rico

Erosion Effects - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Homesteads - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Historical Transportation - Puerto Rico

Homesteads - Puerto Rico

Seasonal Crops - Puerto Rico

Visitor Information Services - Puerto Rico

Signs - Puerto Rico

Shelterbelts: Windbreaks - Puerto Rico

Administrative Structures - Puerto Rico

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Untitled

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Radio Station, San Juan, Puerto Rico

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