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HMRB44-06-07

Bridge of U.S. ship fitted with glass windows

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - War Activities. The children of the Irving-Jefferson School, Plainfield, N.J., find many ways in which to obtain money to aid the Red Cross. Wash windows at 5 cents per window

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 - U - Balloons. Pilot and coxman ready for flight in the U Type Dirigible. The car has windows on the sides and bottom of car for observation

American Red Cross - Refreshments - American Red Cross Canteen workers serve travelling soldiers. Soldiers crowding the windows of a troop trian to chat with the workers of a Red Cross Canteen unit who have been serving them coffee and sandwiches

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - The American Red Cross is cooperating on a great scale with French experts in handling tuberculosis cases amongst French soldiers, especialling providing nurses and in educational work. Above winter scene shows a ville, one of many loaned to the French Government, with all the windows wide open to the fresh air and sunshine

Ceremonies - France - Crowds watching the Alsace-Lorrain celebration from windows of Hotel Astoria. It was in this hotel that dinner was to be served to the Kaiser when he entered Paris in 1914

American Red Cross - Christmas Activities - Red Cross Santa in "Blighty". Christmas morning in the big American hospital at Dartford, near London. At seven o'clock the sunlight began to melt the fog from the windows. All the boys had hung up their socks and the Red Cross Santa had been there

German troops in Finland. Battling with Red troops who are shooting from windows of neighbouring houses (Helsingfors). April 1918

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - Photo of Tableau shown in the windows of the Gamm Drug Store. By the girls Auxiliary of the Watertown Red Cross Chapter

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace demonstrations, New York, N.Y. Demonstrations on Fifth Ave. near 42nd St. after the news had been received that Germany had signed the Armistice. Business suspended temporarily and the streets were jammed with people and all traffic was blocked. Flags of the allied Nations were hung from the windows and from hastily erected flag poles. Scraps of paper was showered into the streets

Whitcomb 3 1/2 Ton Gasoline Locomotive with Fully Enclosed Cabm Sliding Windows, Etc.

Cabin with 4 Windows and a Fireplace

Blacksmith Shop with Broken Windows

Photograph of the Construction of the Walls and Windows of the National Archives Building, Washington, D.C.

Photograph of the Construction of the Walls, Doorways, and Windows of the National Archives Building, Washington, D.C.

Armed guards look over an automobile that has sustained damage following a mob attack in Caracas, targeting Richard Nixon. Close-up of shattered windows

An automobile that has sustained damage following a mob attack in Caracas, Venezuela, targeting Vice President Richard Nixon. Close-up of shattered windows

4-inch bubble chamber showing entrance and exit windows with VP cell visible. Photograph taken January 14, 1960. Bubble Chamber-874; ZN-2518

LASER WINDOWS

C-1 AIRPLANE EMERGENCY EXITS AND WINDOWS

C-1 AIRPLANE EMERGENCY EXITS AND WINDOWS

Enroute AF-1 -- Peering from Windows. Susan Clough sleeping. Vance. Powell. Warsaw

Two Air Force security policemen climb through the windows of a "terrorist-held" building during a mock attack on the position. They are participating in anti-terrorist training being conducted by the 1ST Marine Brigade School

CINDY SZANCA OFFICE WINDOWS WITH TREES

CINDY SZANCA OFFICE WINDOWS WITH TREES

Firemen raise a fire-engine tower ladder toward one of the windows of the blazing CHIEF of Chaplains Building

S02-02-872 - STS-002 - Overall views of payload bay taken from the aft flight deck viewing windows

S02-02-871 - STS-002 - Overall views of payload bay taken from the aft flight deck viewing windows

S02-02-870 - STS-002 - Overall views of payload bay taken from the aft flight deck viewing windows

S02-02-873 - STS-002 - Overall views of payload bay taken from the aft flight deck viewing windows

STS064-22-022 - STS-064 - Cdr. Richards peering out of aft flight deck windows

51A-103-036 - STS-51A - 51A Windows and hardware

41G-20-027 - STS-41G - Windows

S09-02-043 - STS-009 - Flight deck windows

STS093-301-017 - STS-093 - Pilot Ashby looks at the Earth through the windows on the aft flight deck

51A-103-034 - STS-51A - 51A Windows and hardware

S114E6959 - STS-114 - Controls and windows on aft flight deck

S35-49-002 - STS-035 - STS-35 MS Parker poses for a photo in front of OV-102 flight deck windows

STS074-709-084 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-021 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-095 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-061 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-018 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-093 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-065 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-034 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-033 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-038 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-058 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-089 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS101-373-012 - STS-101 - View of Horowitz in the crew cabin overhead windows

STS064-25-009 - STS-064 - MS Helms working in front of the aft flight deck windows

51A-103-032 - STS-51A - 51A Windows and hardware

S35-39-016 - STS-035 - STS-35 Parker and Parise look out of the windows on OV-102's flight deck

S43-13-018 - STS-043 - A view of the aft flight deck overhead windows on OV-104

S43-38-011 - STS-043 - STS-43 Low and Adamson look through the windows on OV-104's flight deck

S43-07-001 - STS-043 - A blurry view of the aft flight deck windows on OV-104

S43-38-014 - STS-043 - STS-43 Adamson looks through the windows on OV-104's flight deck

STS074-709-024 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-056 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-073 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-062 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-067 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-060 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-043 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-037 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-081 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-026 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-064 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-055 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-059 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-040 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-076 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-039 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-066 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS053-240-011 - STS-053 - Crewmembers photographing the Earth from the aft FD windows

51A-103-040 - STS-51A - 51A Windows and hardware

STS053-238-004 - STS-053 - Aft flight deck (FD) overhead (OVHD) windows

51A-103-035 - STS-51A - 51A Windows and hardware

51A-103-007 - STS-51A - Windows

S114E6960 - STS-114 - Controls and windows on aft flight deck

STS093-301-015 - STS-093 - MS Coleman looks at the Earth through the windows on the aft flight deck

STS093-301-019 - STS-093 - Pilot Ashby looks at the Earth through the windows on the aft flight deck

STS074-709-088 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-022 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-045 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-047 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-050 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-072 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-035 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-023 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-027 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-094 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-046 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS096-365-014 - STS-096 - View of the Discoverys payload bay from the aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-048 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-032 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-020 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

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