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Horse Pulled Tank and Other Equipment

Arnold Scath's Horses at Water Tank

Horses at Water Tank

Plat Showing Proposed Tank also Land Required for Same in E 1/2 N.W. 1/4 Sec. 2 T. 12 N. R. 15 E.

M.O. & G. Ry. Map Showing Location Water Pipe to M.O. & G. Water Tank

German Mark 4 Tank

Photograph of a Tank, a Derrick, and a Pump House at Silver Creek Ranger Station

Tank House, Man at Left

St Paul Tank house

Tank House and Mule Team

St Paul Tank house

Tank House

Monthly Progress Photo, Pickling Tank Near Launching Ways Looking North, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Pickling Tank Near Launching Ways Looking East, Yard Labor

Tank captured by the Germans and recaptured by the Sherwood Foresters. 12-2-1918

Photograph of a Water Tank Used by Companies on the Superior National Forest

Prime Minister of Newfoundland inspecting a British tank during his visit to the front lines. Marlemont, France. 7-2-1918

British tank going into action

British tank stuck in trench

British tank going into action

Bombing an Arab water tank in the desert

British troops resting by side of disabled tank. Near Premont, France

British tank going into action. 9-13-1916

Whippet tank advancing at Biefvillers, France. 8-25-1918

Members of the Tank Corps ready to hold a canal bridge. Marquies. 4-13-1918

British water tank near Fricourt, France

British tank "Lusitania" waiting to go into action on outskirts of Arras

British tank awaiting orders to advance. Near Elverdinghe, Belgium. 9-11-1917

Ruined tank used as a roof for a dugout. Zillebeke, Belgium

British tank in action near Elverdinghe, Belgium

Tank crossing trench

British tank stalled in abandoned German trench

Disabled tank used as an observation post. Near Ribecourt, France. 11-23-1917

Monthly Progress Photo, Jib Crane and Fence at Pickling Tank, Looking Northwest, Yard Labor

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 18

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 3

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 27

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 18

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 7

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 18

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 3

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 18

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 27

Hull Division Test Air Tank, Tank No. 7

Monthly Progress Photo, Air Tank Number 8, Near Causeway, Looking South, Yard Labor

Airplanes - Instruments - Manufacture of oil tank gauges for airplanes at the Akron-Selle Co. Plant, Akron, O. Tanner #40 gauges with extension tops, for Handley-Page machine

Airplanes - Instruments - Manufacture of oil tank gauges for airplanes at the Akron Selle Co. Plant, Akron, O. Tanner U.S. #30 gauge, three rod consturction for deep tanks. Rec'd from Akron Selle Co

Airplanes - Instruments - Auxiliary oil tank for De Haviland aeroplanes manufactured for War Department by Geuder, Paeschke and Frey Co., Milwaukee, Wis

Camouflage - Artillery - New York Guardsmen have camouflaged tank in camp. This camouflaged tank in one of the many instruments of war that are being used to help New York's Guardsmen at Camp Wadsworth train for the fighting "Over there."

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Indiana - War activities Liberty Loan Parade. Tank leading the Liberty Loan Parade manufactured by the Oliver Chilled Plow Works at South Bend, Indiana

At Arras. The chassis of a captured English tank. May 1917

Airplanes - Instruments - Gasoline reserve tank, Liberty Class B Truck, manufactured for the War Department by Geuder, Paeschke and Frey Co., Milwaukee, Wis

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Soldiers on Boston Common waiting for the British Tank, Britania, to clear the barbed wire entanglements before going over the top

Airplanes - Instruments - Gasoline feed tank for Liberty Class B truck manufactured for the War Department by Geuder, Paeschke, Frey Co., Milwaukee, Wis

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - British Tank Britania in patriot's Day Parade, Boston, Massachusetts

Airplanes - Instruments - Auxiliary gasoline tank for Nash Quad truck, manufactured for the War Department by Geuder, Paeschke & Frey Co., Milwaukee, Wis

At Arras. The interior of a completely ruined captured English tank. May 1917

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Exterior from Tank

Colleges and Universities - Atlanta University - Atlanta University Training Detachment. Completing a tank

Camouflage - Artillery - Camouflage Tank, France

Boy's Activities - Parades - War Activities. Boy Scouts and Tank Float in Red Cross Parade, Middletown, O

Airplanes - Instruments - Main gasoline tank for nash "quad" truck manufactured for War Department. Geuder, Paeschke and Frey Co., Milwaukee, Wis

The tank battle at Cambrai. In reoccupied Fontaine. Dismantling one of the captures English tanks on the battlefield before Fontaine. December 1917

Armor - Armored Vehicles - Light armor plate manufactured for fighting tank at Carbon Steel Co. plant, Pittsburgh, PA

Ceremonies - Liberty Loans (War Finance Parade) - War activities. Victory Loan Parade at Washington, Ind. Baby tank used in Victory Loan Drive shown in center

Ceremonies - Flag Day, 1918 - Flag Day Celebration held in Central Park, N.Y. This photo shows a "Tank" baby carriage at the Flag Day celebration held in the Central Park, N.Y

The Emperor with the fighters at Cambrai. The Emperor greets the tank drivers who rendered especially valuable services in slavaging tanks. December 1917

Colleges and Universities - Atlanta University - Atlanta University. Class in carpentry. Making a water tank

Colleges and Universities - University of Michigan - War activity at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Naval tank where experimental work is d1 for the government by Professor E.M. Bragg

Airplanes - Instruments - D. H. 4, 88 gallon main gasoline tank, manufactured for the Government by the International Metal Stamping Co., Detroit, Michigan

Ceremonies - Washington - Tank of N.Y. National Guard in Preparedness Parade, Washington, D.C

Destroyed tank group in the somme valley. April 1918

Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal - Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, Maryland. 200,000 gallon water tank

The battle of Armentieres. German tank on the advance to the front. British model

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Indiana - War activities. Victory Loan Parade at Washington, Indiana. Red Cross and the tank they used in the Victory Loan Drive

At Kemmel. Tank boats and tank cars on a Flanders canal

Ceremonies - Peace Parade in Tulsa, Okla. Street cleaning machine at tank; sewer pipe for guns

At Arras. A captured English Tank, completely ruined by shell fire

At Arras. A captured English Tank, completely ruined by shell fire. May 1917

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

Press Shop Vertical Furnace and Quenching Tank, Watertown Arsenal

Family Quarters for Silver Employees, Each House Accommodates 48 Families, Red Tank Canal Zone

Fuel Tank

George-No-Water-Spring (Building Tank)

Windmill and Tank with Log Cabin in Background

Project (Wounded Knee Dam "Well, Pump, and Storage Tank")

Three Men Cleaning the Water Tank

Photograph of the Compressed Air Tank in Northeast Corner of Fan Room, 21st Tier of the National Archives Building

Bill Stamper with 27-inch cyclotron tank #1 and magnet, 1932. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

27-inch cyclotron tank #1,1932. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

27-inch cyclotron tank #1 and magnet,1932. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Photograph of a Oil Tank on the USS Akron

27-inch cyclotron, tank 2 showing hole burnt in dees (D's). Cooksey 28-33, Fall, 1935. Negative missing [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

27-inch cyclotron tank #2, fall,1935. See also Cooksey 751. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Photograph of Records in Fumigating Tank

Kurie and Livingood working on the 27-inch cyclotron tank #2 in operation from 1932 to 1936, accelerated deuterons at 4.8 MeV for the investigation of deuteron-nucleus interactions. Cooksey 24-33, September 1, 1935. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Krause, Donald Cooksey, Livingood, and Lehmann with the 27-inch cyclotron tank #2 in operation from 1932 to 1936, accelerated deuterons at 4.8 MeV for the investigation of deuteron-nucleus interactions. Cooksey 24-32, September 1, 1935. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

The 27-inch cyclotron tank #2 in operation from 1932 to 1936, accelerated deuterons at 4.8 MeV for the investigation of deuteron-nucleus interactions. Cooksey 24-12, September 1, 1935. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Krause and Lehmann working on the 27-inch cyclotron tank #2 in operation from 1932 to 1936, accelerated deuterons at 4.8 MeV for the investigation of deuteron-nucleus interactions. Cooksey 24-31, September 1, 1935 [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Livingood and Lehmann working on the 27-inch cyclotron tank #2 in operation from 1932 to 1936, accelerated deuterons at 4.8 MeV for the investigation of deuteron-nucleus interactions. Cooksey 24-30, September 1, 1935. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]