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KRON TV's rehearsal for February 26, "Science in Action" show with Lawrence Radiation Laboratory Chemist Albert Ghiorso, right and Bud Larsh. Photo taken 2/26/ 1962. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

KRON TV's first rehearsal for February 26 "Science in Action" show with Earl Herald, Al Ghiorso, and Director Vern Louden. Photo taken March,1962. Morgue 1962-80 (P-6) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Planning next step in Bio-Organic group's study of opium alkaloids. Project leader Henry Rapoport, second from left explores possible approaches with group members. Left to right: Robert Martin, Isamu Murakoshi, Masao Honjoh. Notations on blackboard show the hydropenanthrene sequence, demonstrated in earlier work by the group. Photo taken August 1962. Morgue 1962-97 (P-1). [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

New evidence for the "eight-fold way" theory of strong interactions are, left to right: Sheldon Glashow, George Kalbfleisch, and Arthur Rosenfeld. Blackboard notation show how the newly discovered particle, the Y*-1, fits into an unfilled octet of the "eight-fold way" taken January 4, 1963. See also XBD201004-00278. Morgue 1963-127 (P-1). [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Photograph of Ranger Anderson on a Show Me Trip with Members of the County Extension Service

6/65. Homer - Two young fishermen show a medium sized halibut at new cannery built on small boat harbor

8/65. Seldovia - Show made from top of hill - back of cemetery which will be moved and used for fill. Main Street will enter town here. Shows route of outfall sewer

KRON TV's rehearsal for February 26, "Science in Action" show with Al Ghiorso and Earl Herald, taken 2/26/1962. Morgue 1962-80 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

U.S. Navy CHIEF of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. John C. Harvey Jr. is interviewed by Cleveland news personality Fred Griffith for a segment on WKYC-TV's morning talk show"Good Company"during Navy Week festivities in Cleveland, Ohio, on Aug. 29, 2006. Twenty-six such Navy Weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the U.S. arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO). NAVCO's mission is to enhance the Navy's brand image in areas with limited exposure to the Navy. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 2nd Class Michael Sheehan) (Released)

US Navy (USN) Lieutenant (LT) Anthony Walley, a member of the USN Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team signs autographs during the Angels Over Atlanta 2006 Air Show held at Naval Air Station (NAS) Atlanta, Georgia (GA). The Blue Angels were the featured act as part of the Atlanta Navy Week 2006. Twenty such weeks planned by the Navy Office of Community Outreach are scheduled to visit cities throughout the Country

The US Navy (USN) Blue Angels F/A-18C Hornet Flight Demonstration Team aircraft taxis onto the ramp following a performance during the Angels Over Atlanta 2006 Air Show at Naval Air Station (NAS) Atlanta, Georgia (GA). The Blue Angels were the featured act as part of the Atlanta Navy Week 2006. Twenty such weeks planned by the Navy Office of Community Outreach are scheduled to visit cities throughout the Country

U.S. Navy CHIEF of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. John C. Harvey Jr. is interviewed by Cleveland news personality Fred Griffith for a segment on WKYC-TV's morning talk show"Good Company"during Navy Week festivities in Cleveland, Ohio, on Aug. 29, 2006. Twenty-six such Navy Weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the U.S. arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO). NAVCO's mission is to enhance the Navy's brand image in areas with limited exposure to the Navy. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 2nd Class Michael Sheehan) (Released)

U.S. Navy CHIEF of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. John C. Harvey Jr. is interviewed on WGAR 99.5 FM's popular morning radio show"Mantel and Michelle"during Navy Week festivities in Cleveland, Ohio, on Aug. 29, 2006. Twenty-six such Navy Weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the country arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO). NAVCO's mission is to enhance the Navy's brand image in areas with limited exposure to the Navy. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 2nd Class Michael Sheehan) (Released)

Automobile Show at the New York Coliseum at Columbus Circle in Midtown Manhattan

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

ROTARY TABLE IN INSPECTION TO SHOW RUST DAMAGE

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

ROTARY TABLE IN INSPECTION TO SHOW RUST DAMAGE

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

ROTARY TABLE IN INSPECTION TO SHOW RUST DAMAGE

CHRISTMAS SHOW DRESS REHEARSAL

VANE CROSS SECTION TO SHOW LEADING EDGE IMPINGEMENT HOLES

VANE CROSS SECTION TO SHOW LEADING EDGE IMPINGEMENT HOLES

Photograph of First Lady Betty Ford Receiving Guidance from Co-producer Ed Weinberger and Mary Tyler Moore during the Filming of Her Cameo Appearance for an Episode of the Mary Tyler Moore Show at the Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington, DC

Photograph of First Lady Betty Ford with Designers at the Parsons School of Design Fashion Critics Award Show

ACTRESS NICHELLE NICHOLS - LIEUTENANT UHURA ON TELEVISION SHOW STAR TREK - AT THE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER VIC

ACTRESS NICHELLE NICHOLS - LIEUTENANT UHURA ON TELEVISION SHOW STAR TREK - AT THE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER VIC

SLIP RING ON E43 EXHAUSTER MOTOR TO SHOW BURNED BRUSHES AND DAMAGED RING

SLIP RING ON E43 EXHAUSTER MOTOR TO SHOW BURNED BRUSHES AND DAMAGED RING

Mrs. Carter's trip to Miami Trade Show

Bob Hope with President and Mrs. Carter in receiving line for show business personalities on Hope' birthday.

The Oval Office and Executive Office Building #421. President and CBS Anchorman Walter Cronkite talk to the nation on "Phone and Ask President Carter." CBS Technician at work. The Oval Office. Chip and Caron Carter proudly show off their new born son, James Earl Carter IV to the White House Staff; #30-32 Midge Costanza working in her office.

Womens National Democratic Club Show

Womens National Democratic Club Show

Mrs. Carter's Trip to Miami Trade show

Bob Hope with President and Mrs. Carter in receiving line for show business personalities on Hope' birthday.

Mrs. Carter's trip to Miami Trade Show

Bob Hope with President and Mrs. Carter in receiving line for show business personalities on Hope's birthday.

Mrs. Careter's trip to Miami Trade Show

Mrs. Carter's trip to Miami Trade Show

Mrs. Carter's trip to MIami Trade Show

Mrs. Carte'rs trip to Miami Trade Show

A military person stands beside a YC-141-B aircraft to show the distance from the side emergency door to the ground

MSGT Vic Willoughby, Challenge 79 moderator, center, announces the team standings during a closed circuit television game show at the Strategic Air Command Non-Commissioned Officer Academy

TSGT Brad McClain, right, awards five points to a Challenge 79 contestant while MSGT Phil Volz, left, and TSGT Dave McKinney operate the cameras. Challenge 79 is a closed circuit television game show aired at the Strategic Air Command Non-Commissioned Officer Academy

TUBING AT ELBOW TO SHOW LEAKAGE

EXHIBITS AT THE SPORTS SHOW

EXHIBITS AT THE SPORTS SHOW

EXHIBITS AT THE SPORTS SHOW

EXHIBITS AT THE SPORTS SHOW

A three-quarter starboard aerial view of an RA-5C Vigilante aircraft, Reconnaissance Attack Squadron 7 (RVAH-7) known as the "Peacemakers of the Fleet" and was assigned to the USS RANGER (CV 61) from February 21 to September 22, 1979. This photograph may show the Vigilante's last flight, since all Vigilante aircraft were officially retired in September 1979 and the RVAH-7 was officially decommissioned in October 1979. The exact date photo taken is unknown

An overhead aerial view of an RA-5C Vigilante aircraft, Reconnaissance Attack Squadron 7 (RVAH-7) known as the "Peacemakers of the Fleet" and was assigned to the USS RANGER (CV 61) from February 21 to September 22, 1979. This photograph may show the Vigilante's last flight, since all Vigilante aircraft were officially retired in September 1979 and the RVAH-7 was officially decommissioned in October 1979. The exact date photo taken is unknown

A three-quarter portside aerial view of an RA-5C Vigilante aircraft, Reconnaissance Attack Squadron 7 (RVAH-7) known as the "Peacemakers of the Fleet" and was assigned to the USS RANGER (CV 61) from February 21 to September 22, 1979. This photograph may show the Vigilante's last flight, since all Vigilante aircraft were officially retired in September 1979 and the RVAH-7 was officially decommissioned in October 1979. The exact date photo taken is unknown

EXHIBITS AT THE SPORTS SHOW

EXHIBITS AT THE SPORTS SHOW

Marines show two NROTC students how to handle blasting caps and detonators for mines

MASTER Sgt. Gary Kelly, a member of the Non-Commissioned Officers Academy Graduates Association (NCOAGA), meets cub scout Freddie Rodriguez. Base personnel helped handicapped scouts participate in the annual National Orange Show Parade

Cub Scout Billy Parnell raises the American flag while members of the Turtle Brigade salute. Looking on is MASTER Sgt. Gary Kelly, a member of the Non-Commissioned Officers Academy Graduates Association (NCOAGA), one of the base personnel who helped handicapped scouts participate in the annual National Orange Show Parade

Debbie Schmitt, a Senior MASTER Sergeant, and members of the Flaming Arrow Patrol Boy Scout Troop wave during the National Orange Show Parade. Based personnel helped handicapped scouts participate in the annual event

MASTER Sgt. Gary Kelly, a member of the Non-Commissioned Officers Academy Graduates Association (NCOAGA), and Technical Sgt. Ron David, cub master, help cub scout George Bunker into his wheel chair. Base personnel helped handicapped scouts participate in the annual National Orange Show Parade

A port bow view of the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2) underway to New York City for a Bob Hope show. The ship and crew has just completed a field exercise in Puerto Rico

A starboard bow view of the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2) underway to New York City for a Bob Hope show. The ship and crew has just completed a field exercise in Puerto Rico

After the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), Bob Hope is honored with a cake for his 76th birthday

During the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), the singing group "Village People" sings "YMCA"

A bow view of the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2) underway to New York for a Bob Hope show. The ship and crew has just completed a field exercise in Puerto Rico

During the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), singer and actress Charo leads a group of Marines around a stage

During the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), singer and actress Diane Carroll sings to the Navy and Marine personnel of the ship

During the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), Bob Hope, Charo and Don Knotts do a skit on the Navy

During the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), singer and actress Charo leads a group of Marines around a stage

During the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), the "Village People" singing group sings "YMCA". The ship and crew have just completed a field exercise in Puerto Rico

During the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), singer and actress Diane Carroll sings to the Navy and Marine personnel of the ship

During the Bob Hope show aboard the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH-2), singer and actress Charo sings and leads a group of Marines and sailors around the stage

A female singer performs as the Navy show band plays behind her during exercise Unitas XX

A Navy show band performs during exercise Unitas XX

The Navy Show Band performs at an Independence Day celebration during exercise Unitas XX

As the Navy show band prepares to leave, a crewman checks the landing gear during the preflight inspection of the aircraft

A trumpet soloist enjoys audience response as the Navy show band performs during exercise Unitas XX

A Navy show band performs during exercise Unitas XX

A Navy show band performs during exercise Unitas XX

A saxophone player solos as the Navy show band performs during exercise Unitas XX

An audience enjoys the performance of the Navy show band during exercise Unitas XX

An audience looks on as the Navy show band performs during exercise Unitas XX

Navy show band members do some clowning while they perform for crew and others during exercise Unitas XX

SSGT Robert A. Ingram's hobby, silversmithing and lapidary, won him second place in a Belleville arts and craft show. He competed against more than 50 craftsmen. Ingram is attached to the Air Force Communication Service Headquarters

HOME AND FLOWER SHOW CLEVELAND OHIO

END OF A WOODEN WIND TURBINE BLADE SECTION TO SHOW CRACKING RESULTING FROM FATIGUE TESTING

HOME AND FLOWER SHOW CLEVELAND OHIO

HOME AND FLOWER SHOW CLEVELAND OHIO

HOME AND FLOWER SHOW CLEVELAND OHIO

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

HOME AND FLOWER SHOW CLEVELAND OHIO

HOME AND FLOWER SHOW CLEVELAND OHIO

HOME AND FLOWER SHOW CLEVELAND OHIO

HOME AND FLOWER SHOW CLEVELAND OHIO

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