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Stations, Thomas - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Stations, Paqe, Peno, Braden, Poteau, Heavener, Thomasville, Oak Lodge, and Shady Point in Choctaw Nation and Gans, Bunch, Marble, and Sallisaw Stations in Cherokee Nation

Missouri, Kansas, & Oklahoma Railroad Co. Amended Location of Station Grounds Between Stations 617 & 637 Wybark Branch, Creek Nation, I.T.

Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma Railroad Company, map Showing Land Required for Station Grounds Between Stations 594 to 614 Wybark Branch, Creek Nation, Indian Territory

Cross Sections, Stations 15 + 00 to 17 + 00, Showing Excavation in Dry Dock Number 4

Cross Sections, Stations 12 + 50 to 14 + 50, Showing Excavation in Dry Dock Number 4

Dry Dock No. 4, Inverted Stalactites, Stations 1+47, Abutment Joint, East Side

Dry Dock No. 4, Inverted Stalactites, Stations 1+31 Near East Side

Dry Dock No. 4, Inverted Stalactites, Stations 1+318 and 1+41 Looking Northwest

Dry Dock No. 4, Inverted Stalactites, Stations 1+318 and 1+41 Looking Northwest

Dry Dock No. 4, Inverted Stalactites, Stations 1+31 Looking West

Dry Dock No. 4, Inverted Stalactites, Stations 1+47, Abutment Joint, East Side

American Library Association - ALA - European - English, German - Army & Navy War Service Library Stations. Hawaii

Airplanes - Propellers - Supply stations for airplanes. Carlstrom Field, Arcadia, FLA. Propeller Bench, Aero Repair

American Red Cross - Warehouses - Surgical dressings for England and France. The outwork department of the American Red Cross Workrooms in London ships great quantities of raw material to stations in various parts of england, where little groups of workers turn them into the required product

Airplanes - Supply Stations & Depots - Airplane supply stations. Carlstrom Field, Arcadia, FLA. Assembling Department

Balloons - Equipment - Shipping dirigibles to France. Sections of one of the new U type dirigibles packed and ready for shipment to American aviation stations in France

Airplanes - Supply Stations & Depots - Gas-machine providing plane with gasoline preparatory to ascension. D.M.A

American Library Association - ALA - European - English, German - Army & Navy Library War Service Stations. Hawaii

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - American Red Cross members work night and day turning out supplies for U.S. Red Cross workers striping gauze for arm slips at one of the branches stations in New York

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - British Airship Station. These stations were all along the coast, and during the war, scout planes like the one shown landing, patrolled the coasts for submarines, and guarded transports

American Red Cross - Warehouses - Supplies and warehouses in France. Warehouse 51 Rue de Ponthieu, Paris. Shows boxes stored away ready to be reshipped to the Red Cross stations

Balloons - Miscellaneous - Dirigiblees. This Dirigible with an American crew is seen starting out on a patrol from the Naval Aviation stations. It is these air birds that are doing suc wonderful work in hunting out U-Boats

Airplanes - Supply Stations & Depots - Carlstrom Aviation Field, Arcadia, Florida. R.M.A. Field Gas Tanks. Rec'd from C.O

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - The American Women's Hospital. The American Women's Hospital which comprises more than 2,000 women physicians and surgeons and is the official "Clearing house" through which all women doctors are sent abroad for Red Cross service launched a National campaign for funds to establish a chain of hospitals, dressing stations, clinics and dispensaries in France, Italy and Serbia, manned entirely by women. This picture made at a hopsital "Somewhere in New York" shows the activities of the women doctors who are taking care of sick soldiers. 73771 -- Scene in the operting room of a hospital showing women doctors ofthe American Women's Hospitals operating

Airplanes - Supply Stations & Depots - Aeroplane Supply Stations, Carlstrom Field, Arcadia, FLA. Dope House

American Red Cross - Vehicles - Red Cross Mobile Supply Train. As the troops advanced and the Red Cross advanced stations are moved up, the Red Cross supply train, with the necessary bandaging, dressings, and medicines also moves forward. Photo taken in the Marne region

American Red Cross - Ambulances - Ambulances waiting to take wounded to hospitals. Convoy of American Red Cross Ambulances in London awaiting a post-war detachment of American soldiers who have been transferred from base hospitals in France for convalescence in the American Red Cross institutions in England. The streets around the London railway stations are frequently so narrow and crowded with traffic that the waiting ambulances are strung out in long lines along the edges of the side streets near that stations, and brought up on by one as soon as the hospital train pulls in

American Red Cross - Groups - At every railway station in Poland the people gather to welcome Red Cross. A scene at Kowel, a city of 22,000, the children carried paper flags of the Allies. The stations were decorated with pine trees

Airplanes - Instruments - Aeroplane Supply Stations, Carlstrom Field, Arcadia, FLA. R.M.A. Field Gas Tank

American Library Association - ALA - European - English, German - Army & Navy War Service Library Stations. Hawaii

Airplanes - Flight - Aviation Fete held on ground of Mortimer L. Schiff. Five airplanes over the grounds of Mortimer L. Schiff, Oyster Bay, L.I., N.Y. July 6, 1918 when there an Aviation Fete given, to raise funds for athletic and musical air stations of the American Army

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - One reason why the A.R.C. decided to open rest stations along the line of communication for the entertainment of the American soldier while waiting for trains, etc. Is-sur-Tille, France

Winter watch in the Vosges. Station on the run of a funicular railroad wich brings all of the necessities of the front line eaasily from the vally to the highest stations

Demobilization - Arrivals Home - Heroic 27th division which arrived on Leviathan. Crowds waiting at Long Island stations for glimpse of boys of Heroic 27th as they arrive on way to Camp Mills where final preparations will be made for great parade to be held in their honor

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - British dirigibiles at their mooring out stations.Just before flight

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Canteen workers serve travelling soldiers. The Red Cross coffee-pot, food-basket, and mail bag have been welcome sights at stations all over the country during the troop movements. Left to right: Mrs. E.W. Bonnaffon, Mrs. Mason Gulick, Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt, and Miss Mary L. Sheridan

Battle Stations! For Us All. Buy More Bonds

A view of a map illustrating the primary Eastern Test Range (ETR) bases and stations

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

WORK STATIONS AND PERSONNEL FOR ANNUAL DIVISIONAL REPORT

WORK STATIONS AND PERSONNEL FOR ANNUAL DIVISIONAL REPORT

WORK STATIONS AND PERSONNEL FOR ANNUAL DIVISIONAL REPORT

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

WORK STATIONS AND PERSONNEL FOR ANNUAL DIVISIONAL REPORT

WORK STATIONS AND PERSONNEL FOR ANNUAL DIVISIONAL REPORT

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

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

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

WORK STATIONS AND PERSONNEL FOR ANNUAL DIVISIONAL REPORT

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

Gasoline Stations Abandoned during the Fuel Crisis in the Winter of 1973-74 were Sometimes Used for Other Purposes, this Station at Potlatch, Washington, West Of Olympia Was Turned into a Religious Meeting Hall, Signs Painted on the Gas Pumps Proclaim "Fill Up With The Holy Ghost... And Salvation"

Two Latin Girls Pose in front of a Wall of Graffiti in Lynch Park in Brooklyn, New York City, this Project is a Portrait of the Inner City Environment, it Contains Life, Great Murals on the Walls of Buildings and People Enjoying Themselves, Today's Inner City is a Contradiction to Main Stream America's Gas Stations Expressways Shopping Centers and Tract Homes, Blacks, Latins, and Poor Whites Live There

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS OST BURN IN STATIONS

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS OST BURN IN STATIONS

Betty H. Lyon and Myra C. Phillips, registered pharmacists, work the prescription assembly line at Womack Army Hospital. Trays with prescriptions move on roller tracks past several stations where indicated medications are packaged, labeled and readied for delivery to patients

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

STATIONS ON UPGRADED CHRYSLER TURBINE

WEATHER STATIONS - BOOKENDS FOR RETIREMENT MEMENTOS

WEATHER STATIONS - BOOKENDS FOR RETIREMENT MEMENTOS

Members of a flight crew man their stations in the cockpit of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft during the VOLANT GALAXY program. This program is a conversion of the present inertial navigation system (INS), which uses a navigator and two INS computer display units for the pilot and copilot, to a new triple system for the pilot and copilot that eliminates the need for a navigator

Test crew members work at their stations aboard an NKC-135 airborne laser laboratory during flight

Test crew members work at their stations aboard an NKC-135 airborne laser laboratory during flight

S02-02-886 - STS-002 - Forward flight deck Commanders and Pilots Stations

S01-07-532 - STS-001 - Forward flight deck Commanders and Pilots Stations

S01-07-531 - STS-001 - Forward flight deck Commanders and Pilots Stations

S02-02-885 - STS-002 - Forward flight deck Commanders and Pilots Stations

An artist's concept of Pave Paws phased array coverage from the east and west coast stations. Pave Paws performs surveillance to detect the launch of sea-launched ballistic missiles

S43-29-021 - STS-043 - Views of the middeck of OV-104 looking toward the sleep stations

S35-20-006 - STS-035 - STS-35 crewmembers in sleep station compartments on OV-102's middeck

S43-29-027 - STS-043 - Views of the middeck of OV-104 looking toward the sleep stations

STS064-17-019 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew members work with PGSC at command station

STS064-17-022 - STS-064 - MS Meade using the PGSC at the command station

S35-20-004 - STS-035 - STS-35 crewmembers in sleep station compartments on OV-102's middeck

STS053-02-004 - STS-053 - Cosmic Radiation Effects and Activation Monitor (CREAM) experiment

S43-29-022 - STS-043 - Views of the middeck of OV-104 looking toward the sleep stations

STS064-08-010 - STS-064 - Cdr. Richards working at Discovery's command station

S43-29-032 - STS-043 - Views of the middeck of OV-104 looking toward the sleep stations

S35-20-003 - STS-035 - STS-35 crewmembers in sleep station compartments on OV-102's middeck

STS064-17-017 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew members work with PGSC at command station

S43-29-028 - STS-043 - Views of the middeck of OV-104 looking toward the sleep stations

S35-02-015 - STS-035 - STS-35 Hoffman works with a stowage bag on OV-102's middeck

S35-20-005 - STS-035 - STS-35 crewmembers in sleep station compartments on OV-102's middeck

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