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Stack, Garrett - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Photograph of A Woman with a Hay Stack

Isaac Afraid of Bear and His Wild Hay Stack

James Wallace Andrews Horse Barn and Hay Stack

William (Bill) Neck's Hay Stack

Stack, J W - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Bailey's Consolidated Regiment of Infantry AND Bradford's Corps, Scouts and Guards - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Stack, W L - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Third Battalion, Infantry, R-We

Stack, G W - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Bailey's Consolidated Regiment of Infantry AND Bradford's Corps, Scouts and Guards - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Stack, J R - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Bailey's Consolidated Regiment of Infantry AND Bradford's Corps, Scouts and Guards - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Stack, Paden B - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Third Battalion, Infantry, R-We

Building No. 41 Stack Foundations Looking Northeast

Building Number 41, Stack Foundations, Looking Northeast

Building No. 41 Stack Foundations Looking Northeast

Building No. 41 Stack Foundaton Looking South

Building No. 41 Showing Stack Looking Southeast

Building No. 41 Showing Stack Looking Southeast

Placing Stack Aboard U.S.S. New York

U.S.S. Roe Showing Stack Damaged by Storm

U.S.S. Roe, Showing Center Stack Damaged by Storm

Monthly Progress Photo, Temporary Railroad to Building 28 (63-B), for Taking Out Stack U.S.S. New York, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Temporary Railroad into Building 28 (63-B) to Take Out Stack USS New York, Looking North, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Temporary Railroad Track into Building 128 (63-B) for Removal of U.S.S. New York Stack, Looking Northeast, Yard Labor

Colleges and Universities - Cornell University - Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. R.O.T.C. Stack arms

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Manufacture of airplanes by the Dayton-Wright Airplane Co., Dayton, Ohio. Power House equipped to furnish 1000 H.P. The stack is 250 feet in height

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - American Library Association Building in Naval Camp. A corner of the library maintained for the Navy Dept. C.T.C.A. by the American Library Association at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois. Rec'd from Commission on Training and Camp Activities

American Library Association - ALA - European - French - Stack Room, HQ, Overseas War Service, 10 Rue SW L'Elysee, Paris. Getting books ready

Photograph of the SS Apache

Photograph of the SS Dalagoa

Photograph of Fore Side of the Bridge of the SS Dalagoa

Photograph of a Stack Lobby in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of the Electrical Pull Box 4th Tier Northwest Central Stack of the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Workers Finishing the Floor of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of the Detectors and Transmitters for the Automatic Fire Alarm System in the Northwest Stack Space on Tier 7 of the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Construction of a Stack Area in the National Archives Building

Photograph of Stack Area

Photograph of Stack Area

Photograph of Stack Area of Archives in Germany

Photograph of Stack Area

Photograph of Interior Plan of Stack Area, Paris National Archives (Palais Soubise)

Photograph of Stack Area Arrangement of Boxes, Center Space Filled

Photograph of Helen F. Beach in Stack Area

Photograph of Storage Boxes Used at National Archives Stack Areas

Photograph of Drawing of Steel Stack Equipment Cantilever Type

Photograph of Stack Area

Photograph of Storage Boxes, Used in National Archives Stack Area

Photograph of Mr. Solon J. Buck, Archivist of the United States, in Stack Area

Photograph of Stack Area: Arrangement of Boxes, Front Row Filled

Photograph of Storage Boxes, Used in National Archives Stack Area

Photograph of Stack Area Arrangement of Boxes, Front Row Half Filled

Photograph of Drawing of Typical Stack Range with Adjustable Steel Shelving

Photograph of Stack Area: File Drawer, Boxes, Volumes, and Vertically Filed Records

Francis Makes Good's Hay Ready To Stack

Photograph of the National Archives Stack Area

Photograph of the National Archives Stack Area

Photograph of the National Archives Stack Area Showing Trays Open

Photograph of Veteran's Bureau Records in Stack Areas

Photograph of Tier 10 from West to Southwest after Installation of Stack Equipment, National Archives Building

Photograph of Tier 10 Southwest Stack Space, Senate Documents Recently Moved to the National Archives

Photograph of Stack Equipment in the National Archives Division of Maps and Charts

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Area

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Stack Equipment

Photograph of Vesuvius Furnace Stack

Hendly Pant with stack of half disks, taken February 18, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Photograph of Stack Area

Photograph of National Archives Stack Area

Photograph of the National Archives Stack Area

Photograph of the National Archives Stack Area

Photograph of Mr. Jerry Kladiva of the Shawnee National Forest Supervisor's Office and Forest Ranger Marvin Marshall of the Winona Ranger District Inspecting a Stack of Pine Posts at the Moss Tie Company Mill at Winona, Missouri

General view of 184-inch cyclotron with Bevatron in foreground. Stack parking visible in lower right. Photograph taken February 24, 1960. Building-2677

Congressman Charles E. Bennett in Stack Area with Dr. Robert H. Bahmer

Congressman Charles E. Bennett in Stack Area with Dr. Robert H. Bahmer

Children Play in Yard of Ruston Home, while Tacoma Smelter Stack Showers Area with Arsenic and Lead Residue

MAGNETO HYDRODYNAMICS MHD NEON COIL STACK AND BUILDING OF HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR

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