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0175991
BERNTSEN: RIGGERS.
Scaffold riggers working on a construction site in New York City. Oil painting, c1935, by Bernhard Berntsen.
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0175998
STEA: SEWAGE WORKERS.
Workmen placing an H-beam during the construction of an underground sewage system. Panel from the frieze 'Construction,' in the Bowery Bay Sewage Disposal Plant in Queens, New York, sculpted by Cesare Stea for the Works Progress Administration, 1939.
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0087140
NAST: HAYMARKET RIOT, 1886.
'Too heavy a load for the trade-Unions. The competent workman must support the incompetent.' One of Thomas Nast's cartoon reactions to the Haymarket Riot, 1886.
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0175930
LABOR CERTIFICATE, 1795.
Certificate with an engraved depiction of a worker and an employer shaking hands in cooperation, issued to Harper Pearson as a member of the True Assistant Society of Philadelphia, instituted 26 February 1795.
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PEOPLE.
workman parade, 1906 Dienstmänner.
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INDUSTRY.
: economy/collection silk production - female workman analyse the quality of silk filament in a labor at Yokohama, where all silk for export will be analysed (so the original text backside of the picture) (date photo probably in the 1910 years).
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0050412
CARTOON: ANARCHIST, 1893.
'No Rioters Need Apply!' 'Honest Laborer (to anarchistic agitator) - Help you to destroy law and order? - not much! - and your stories that we are starving are all false!' An American magazine cartoon of 1893 in which an honest workingman spurns the call of anarchy.
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0163548
NEW ORLEANS: FLOOD WALL.
Workmen building a wall of sandbags near the waterfront in New Orleans, Louisiana, to help guard against flooding during a period of high waters on the Mississippi River. Photographed in 1974.
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0165640
FRANCE: CHAPEL, 1944.
A view of the Chapel of St. Hubert at Chteau d'Amboise, France, after it had been bombed in an Allied attack in 1944, during World War II.
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0176062
PEACE CORPS: SIERRA LEONE.
Peace Corps volunteer Jack Chapman of San Jose, California (second from left), working with a road-building crew near Bo, Sierra Leone. Photographed by Paul Conklin, c1965.
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0112576
TOMB OF KING TUTANKHAMEN.
Egyptian workers digging at the site of the tomb of King Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt, under the direction of English archaeologist Howard Carter, late 1922. Photographed by Harry Burton.
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0112480
HITLER AND WORKERS, 1936.
German Chancellor Adolf Hitler visiting with members of a freeway construction crew, 1936.
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0132676
EGYPT: ABU SIMBEL.
Workmen and the torsos of colossal statues at Abu Simbel in Nubia, Egypt, during the removal of the ruins of the ancient rock temples of Ramses II to protect them from flooding resulting from the construction of the Aswan Dam and Reservoir on the Nile River. Photographed by Eliot Elisofon, 1965.
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0175989
SCHILDKNECHT: STRIKE.
'Sit Down Strike.' Ink drawing, c1937, by Edmund Gustav Shildknecht.
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0020947
KING PHILIP II AUGUSTUS
(1165-1223). King of France, 1180-1223. Philip Augustus choosing Paris as his royal capital, 1194. French ms. illumination, 14th century.
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0096152
ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN.
Late 19th century lithograph poster for the Ancient Order of United Workmen, founded in Meadville, Pennsylvania, by John Jordan Upchurch, 1868.
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0173479
CIVIL WAR: IRON WORKS, 1862.
Workmen at the Novelty Iron Works in New York City bending plates to be used in refitting the U.S.S. 'Roanoke' as an ironclad vessel during the American Civil War, 1862. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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0175935
BOSTON: WOODCUTTERS, c1900.
Men sawing and chopping wood on Chardon Street in Boston, Massachusetts. Photographed by Charles Henry Currier, c1900.
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0067317
NEW YORK SHIPYARD, 1840.
A shipyard in New York City. Wood engraving, American, c1840.
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0096378
LOUVRE: VENUS DE MILO.
The Venus de Milo being moved up a ramp by workmen at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France, as a precaution following the outbreak of World War II, September 1939. Photographed by Laure Albin-Guillot.
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0176061
JOB CORPS VOLUNTEERS, c1970.
Construction workers from the Oconaluftee Job Corps Center in the town of Cherokee, Swain County, North Carolina, helping to build a community center to be used by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee residing in the area. Photograph by Paul Conklin, c1970.
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0066868
MARCUS ALONZO HANNA
(1837-1904). American businessman and politician. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0043097
FREDERICK II (1712-1786).
Known as Frederick the Great. King of Prussia, 1740-1786. Frederick the Great and the Marquis d'Argens at Sans Souci. Oil on canvas by Johann Cristoph Frisch.
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0050436
FANNY BULLOCK WORKMAN
(1859-1925). American writer and explorer.
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0371137
ALBERT BASIL WILBERFORCE
(1841-1916). Archdeacon of Westminster. Wilberforce holding a dinner-time service for the workmen of the coronation of King Edward VII at Westminster Abbey, May 1902. Contemporary English illustration.
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0096379
LOUVRE: VENUS DE MILO.
The Venus de Milo, encased in a wooden frame which has been placed on rollers, being moved up a staircase by workmen at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France, as a precaution following the outbreak of World War II, September 1939. Photographed by Laure Albin-Guillot.
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0175598
LEATHER MANUFACTURE, c1918.
Workers scraping hides at the Alexander Brothers Leather Company plant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photographed c1918.
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0169841
BROOKLYN: EBBETS FIELD.
A crane with a wrecking ball on top of the visitors' dugout at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, New York, 23 February 1960, at the start of the demolition of the stadium that had been the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers prior to their moving to Los Angeles two years earlier.
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0255599
NEAR BANGKOK, SIAM.
A little boy stands behind a large vase inside of a workman's home. Gervais Courtellemont.
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0248185
MACHU PICCHU, PERU.
Lieutenant Sotomayor and men excavate the ground of the Chief Temple. Hiram Bingham.
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0176064
PEACE CORPS: TUNISIA.
A construction crew at work on a housing project in Sfax, Tunisia, designed by Peace Corps volunteers. Photographed c1965.
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0176059
CONSTRUCTION WORKER, 1968.
A workman straddling a beam during construction of 1 New York Plaza in Lower Manhattan, New York City. Photographed by Raymond Juschkus, October 1968.
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0176063
PEACE CORPS: TUNISIA.
Peace Corps volunteer Lowell Sykes of Idaho Falls, Idaho (standing near edge of wall, upper left), supervising the construction of a schoolhouse in Souk-el Arba, Tunisia. Photographed by Paul Conklin, c1964.
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0017336
MARCUS ALONZO HANNA
(1837-1904). American businessman and politician. Caricature, 1902, by Thomas Fleming.
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0171694
ALASKA: MILITARY PIPELINE.
A pipeline construction crew laying 8-inch pipe near Fairbanks, Alaska, November 1954, part of a project intended to supply jet fuel from tankers at the port of Haines to nearby Eielson Air Force base.
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0083070
ELECTRICAL EXPOSITION, 1881.
Electrical generators built by Znobe Thophile Gramme in use at the Paris Electrical Exposition of 1881. Wood engraving, French, late 19th century.
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0265196
U.S. CAPITOL: CONSTRUCTION.
A view of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., while undergoing expansion, c1862. Workmen and onlookers are watching the drum of a column being lifted into place.
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0216735
WASHINGTON MONUMENT, c1880.
Workmen with machinery and materials on the construction site of the Washington Monument in Washington,D.C. Photographed c1880.
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0068154
U.S. CAPITOL: CONSTRUCTION.
Construction of the Senate wing (west, front) of the United States Capitol at Washington, D.C. Photographed c1862.
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0171693
ALASKA: OIL FIELD, 1969.
A workman adjusting the flow of diesel fuel from a 'pillow tank' (made from a rubberized fabric that is unaffected by low temperatures) to an oil rig in the North Slope region of Alaska. Photographed in 1969.
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