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Drawing of Time Registering Barometer and Thermometer

This is the team that will win every time

Time to Surrender

Uncle Sam - "Me-thinks they'll have a hard time catching him."

Uncle Samuel - "William, 'pears to me you're having a powerful hard time finding nine fellow-citizens who think it necessary to investigate your War Department."

Photograph of Friends Arm in Arm at Carnival Time in Mittenwald, Bavaria

Where the General Marked Time

"TIME"

As fires rage in the background, the newly of San Francisco gather at Union Square. The tall steel skeleton, then known as the Union League Building, was under construction at the time of the earthquake, later finished, and still standing on Geary Street. The Butler Building at right, also under construction at the time. Its walls peeled away during the earthquake and killed several people in buildings adjoining the structure. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000...

Father Time- "Sorry it's on my record"

A Perfectly Corking Time

Colleges and Universities - Princeton - The members of the various athletic teams at Princeton University were required to put in a certain time each day in military drilling. Photo shows the athletes at drill. 1917

Airplanes - Types - McCook Field, Dayton, O. Side view of the Lepere plane designed under the supervision of McCook Field by Capt. Lepere of the French Army. This machine was accepted for production by the U.S. Government and was just getting into production in large quantities at the time the armistice was signed

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - American Red Cross women lose no time. Syracuse Chapter of the American Red Cross at New York state fair, making hospital supplies

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Aisle towards time keepers. Nordyke & Marmon Co

Ceremonies - Ohio - Celebrating news of armistice in Cincinnati, O. The brave are serenaded by the fair, and the War Chest is advertised at the same time

Armor - Armor - Suit of German Armor of about 1550, in the style known at that time as Maximilian

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., Time keepers and Employment Office

Airplanes - Flight - First photograph to be released of the first Liberty Motor to fly. Now that the censorship has been released this photo shows the first aeroplane to be equipped with a Liberty Motor in flight. The late Col. Roosevelt made a flight in this machine. It was on August 21, 1917 that this plane with a Liberty Motor climbed 7,000 feet in 10 minutes and reached its maximum altitude of 19,000 feet in forty-one minutes. The speed developed was faster than that of the Nieuport Scout, on eof the leading European planes at that time

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Class Day, Harvard University, shows few graduates these war time days. Scene at Harvard University, graduating class - 1918

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - Trainload of soldiers arriving at station of Orry-la-Ville, Paris, France, this means a busy time for the American Red Cross canteen workers which will supply them with their lunch before going back to front line trenches

American Red Cross - Canteens - American Red Cross Canteen at Gare D'Orleans (Austerlitz) known officially as L.O.C. Canteen #7, Paris has just recently welcomed our sailor boys who are here on leave, and they always enjoy Red Cross at meal time

Airplanes - Struts - Continuous loading aeroplane struts. Test showed that if stress is continued for a considerable length of time, strut may collapse under about 80% of load sustained in the usual strut test. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Masks - This picture illustrates the respiratory drill which is held behind the British lines every time a company leaves for the trenches. The proper use and adjustment is demonstrated in this drill as its purpose is to prevent suffering in the enemy's gas attacks.

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - Recreation, U.S., France. The best form of recreation that has been offered the American soldiers in the big base ports has been a new occupation that leaves them no spare time. They have been taught handicrafts of all kinds in the Red Cross Recreation huts. At St. Nazaire, they specialized on bead work under the direction of Miss Gertrude Farrel of New York City

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - American Red Cross in North Russia. Famine and hunger in Archangel. On the steps is seen a Russian peasant who has fallen exhausted from starvation. Large number of the Bolshevists were so underfed over long periods of time that the slightest exertion caused them to collapse. The American Red Cross of providing food for these unfortunates

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - This float moves a block every time Red Cross Fund gains a million dollars. Starting at Fifth Avenue and Eight Street this little Red Cross float moved a block every time the Red Cross War Fund in the United States gained a million dollars

American Red Cross - Canteens - American Convalescent soldiers at tea time. American convalescent soldiers from Paris Hospitals are having their 5 o'clock tea in a tent in the garden of the Royal Palace in Paris. The tea and the refreshments are served to them by the ladies of the American Colony

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J. Water Tower, Time Cards and Fence

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American Red Cross Headquarters, Archangel, North Russia. The dismal lighting conditions in North Russia are made clear when it is explained that although this room has a large number of windows the photograph shown here required twenty minutes time exposure. The room was formerly the main office of a big Russian rubber comany

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - Italian Observation Balloons keep vigilent eye on enemy. Italian observation balloon attached to a small steamer which can patrol the coast. The observers are up practically all the time, and the Austrians have no opportunity to spring a surprise attack

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Ladies of the Senate do Red Cross work. Ladies of the Senate working on necessary products for the Red Cross. The women devoted a certain amount of time a week to this work

Balloons - Manufacturing - General - Manufacturing balloons for government use. Vulcanizer used for the curing of balloon fabric. Four large drums of balloon fabric are rolled in at one time

American Red Cross - Christmas Activities - Christmas Day in Paris, France. A.R.C. canteen at Rue St. Hyacinte. Baroness Castelli is in charge, assisted by Miss Hunt and Miss Williams. Rooms were very prettily decorated, and the men were enthusiasitc about the good time they had on Christmas Day

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - Scene on Boston Common. This affair was moved each time, 5.000 new members were obtained during the first Red Cross drive for 370,000 members. Boston, Mass

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - A trainload of soldiers arriving at the Station of Orry-la-Ville. This means a busy time for the American Red Cross. Canteen nearby which will supply them with their last meal before they go back to the trenches

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - France - Time, money, and shipping space by the manufacture in this A.R.C. laboratorymrue de Tilsitt, Paris, France, of supplies which were formerly bought in the United States

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American Red Cross Recreation Hut in Germany. Besides clubs for both officers and men, American Red Cross has established a recreation hut for members of Army of occupation stationed at Treves, Germany. It is connected with Evacuation Hospital No. 12 and contains man features that help soldiers while away leisure time

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - 1st Division in great New York parade, September 10, 1919. A general view of the 1st Division parading for the 1st time as a division, passing the reviewing stand at 81st Street and & Fifth Avenue, New YorkC

American Red Cross - Groups - Noon is a busy time for Red Cross girls who always enjoy priviledge of serving our men of A.E.F. Miss Kerstine Taube of Diamond Point, Lake Georgem, in foreground

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - American Miscellaneous - Boys and Girls Club of War Time Achievements take prominent part in Labor Day parade

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Red Cross opens new model work rooms in New York. The American Red Cross on April 1, 1918 opened its model work rooms in the 5th floor of their New York Headquarters at 5th Ave. and 38th St., N.Y. Here volunteer workers were taught to operate the many new time saving devices. Mrs. William J. Howell and Mr. A.R. Baldwin operating one of the new sweater machines. Mr. Baldwin is a volunteer Red Cross worker

Ceremonies - Bastille Day, 1918 - Patriotic meeting to celebrate the French National Holiday at Emery Auditorium, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 14, 1918. Crowds seeking admission long before opening of the program at three of the afternoon-- the building is that of the Ohio Mechanics' Institute and at the time was one of the schools of training for selectives

American Red Cross - I thru M - Dr. George W. McAlvey, American Red Cross Dentist in the Serbian Hosptial at Skoplie, Serbia. At the time this photo was taken there were only three American dentists in Serbia

American Red Cross - Vehicles - An American Red Cross Auto-truck on the oldest road in England, --one of the finest of the old Roman roads, whose foundations have been undisturbed from the time they were built

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American Red Cross Headquarters at Norwich, England. Mr. and Mrs. R. Neil Williams are two Americans who have been living in England for some time. When the American Red Cross came to England, they offered their services, and were appointed to take charge of the work in the Norwich district. Their house has become a rendezvous for American soldiers and sailors

American Red Cross - In the Service of Interior - Christmas Boxes - Canteen Hut at Christmas time. Waycross, GA

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Independence Day Parade on Fifth Avenue, New York City, July 4, 1918. The Portugese float, an old time war caravel filled with Portugese warriors in armor, one of the most unique in the parade. There was also a platoon of Portugese sailors fro a warship and an announcement that "there are 300,000 Portugese in the United States.)

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of Liberty Motors, Nordyke and Marmon Co. Aisle towards time keepers

American Red Cross - Groups - Members of Red Cross in Red Cross in front of canteen hut at Christmas time. Waycross, GA

American Red Cross - In the Service of Interior - Christmas Boxes - Speed up soldier's sweater to catch Christmas packet. Miss Julia Galloway of Cincinnati is just one of the women in the country who is speeding up work on soldier's sweaters so that it may be in time for the Christmas packet. Nov. 20th is the last day for posting the packages

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - Sending smiles through the "movies" to men in France. The Chicago Examiner took motion pictures of crowds consisting of families who had relatives in the service overseas. The films were then sent overseas for exhibition at Christmas time

American Red Cross - N thru W - Lt. R.S. Tozer of Philadelphi, formerly Secretary to U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, for some time worker in London headquarters of American Red Cross, charge of important Dublin area for American Red Cross. Taken on steps of his London headquarters office

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Independence Day Parade, 1918, New York City. Ships - The Ship Float conveys the idea of their importance in war time

He said he wanted to show me a good time and I fell for it

Time for a Parade

Back to Regular Time

Farming (A Bank Chicken House at Chicken Feeding Time)

News Note: "No Parking at Any Time" Signs Have Been Posted Along West Executive Avenue Since the New Paving

Photograph of Visiting Time in Front of One of the Dormitory Cabins in Ruby Lake Organization Camp

U.S. Defense Bonds Stamps (Information on the borders: War Time. 3rd Journal Monday) [Halladay]

Give 'em the old 1-2. 1-Load, 2-Unload All Cars Promptly. Your Government says "Every hour saved in freight-car turnaround time means more cars available for the Victory parade to Tokyo and Berlin." [Media appears to be pencil.] [Fred Cooper]

"COME ON SAILOR, YOU'RE JUST IN TIME!!"

The Next Time It May Be Final

[Donzere-Mondragon Project] - [Workers Take Time Out for a Drink in a Bistro]

Dual-axis time display: 0.5 m-sec/cm horizontal; 6 cm vertical for 2 m-sec. Sweep delay "dead time" about 60 micro-seconds. Photograph taken August 19, 1964. Bevatron-3618

Dual-axis time display: 0.5 m-sec/cm horizontal; 6 cm vertical for 2 m-sec. Sweep delay "dead time" about 30 micro-seconds. Photograph taken August 19, 1964. Bevatron-3617

Dual-axis time display showing beam loss: 0.5 m-sec/cm horizontal; 6 cm vertical for 2 m-sec. Photograph taken August 19, 1964. Bevatron-3616A

Dual-axis time display showing beam loss: 0.5 m-sec/cm horizontal; 6 cm vertical for 2 m-sec. Photograph taken August 19, 1964. Bevatron-3616

Dual-axis time display: 0.5 m-sec/cm horizontal; 6 cm vertical for 1.5 m-sec. Photograph taken August 19, 1964. Bevatron-3615

Dual-axis time display: 0.5 m-sec/cm horizontal; 6 cm vertical for 1 m-sec. Photograph taken August 19, 1964. Bevatron-3614

U.S. Air Force personnel assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, standing in front of a F-94 A/C Starfire aircraft at Hector Field, North Dakota. The"Happy Hooligan"pilots flew the F-94 A/C Starfire aircraft from 1954-to-1960. Pictured left-to-right are: Duane"Pappy"Larson; Thor Hertsgaard; Marshall Johnson; and Alexander P. Macdonald. The person on the far left is unknown. The ranks of the people at the time are unknown (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

Curtain Time U.S.A.

Gemini III Mission Image - Atlantic Ocean and clouds and Bermuda

Gemini III Mission Image - southeastern Africa

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - Mexico and California

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - Mexico, California and Arizona

Gemini III Mission Image - Madagascar

Gemini III Mission Image - southeastern Africa

Gemini III Mission Image - southeastern Africa

Gemini III Mission Image - Madagascar

Gemini III Mission Image - Madagascar

Gemini III Mission Image - southeastern Africa

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - Mexico, California and Arizona

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - southeastern Africa

Gemini III Mission Image - Indian Ocean

Gemini III Mission Image - southeastern Africa

Gemini III Mission Image - southeastern Africa

Gemini III Mission Image - Madagascar

Gemini III Mission Image - Mexico and Texas

Gemini III Mission Image - Atlantic Ocean and clouds and Bermuda

Gemini III Mission Image - Mexico, California and Arizona

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