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LABOR POSTER, 1935.
'We Demand the National Textile Act.' Unpublished poster, 1935, by Ben Shahn, of which only a single copy is believed to have been produced.
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0105969
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 1937.
Scene outside an employment agency on Sixth Avenue in New York City, December 1937. Photographed by Arthur Rothstein.
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0102410
VIETNAM: DOWNED HELICOPTER.
The crew of an American helicopter, shot down in a flooded rice paddy in South Vietnam by Viet Cong ground forces, search for weapons, September 1964.
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0068459
FULTON FERRY BOAT, 1868.
The Fulton Ferry boat collision in New York City on 14 Novermber 1868. Wood engraving from a contemporary American newspaper.
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0244099
AGRICULTURE.
German Empire Kingdom Prussia, economy, unemployment care through internal colonization (original text) - facility for keeping small domestic animals and water pump - 01.06.1913 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0223653
DISASTER.
Switzerland, St. Moritzersee, Engadiner Seenplatte, St. Moritz: Winter sports - Fatal crash of a horse in skijoring - 01.02.1933 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0265759
SHIP COLLISION, 1888.
The collision between the ocean liners RMS Umbria of the Cunard Line and the SS Iberia of the Fabre Line, near Sandy Hook in New York Bay on 10 November 1888. The SS Iberia sank.
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0076090
NATIONAL RECOVERY ACT, 1933.
Cartoon, c1934, by Otto Soglow, on how difficult it was for business to comply with the National Recovery Act of 1933.
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0175094
MEMPHIS: BEALE STREET.
View down Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Photograph, 1974.
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GREAT DEPRESSION CARTOON.
'Mamie writes she's coming to stay with us till her husband finds work.' American cartoon on the Great Depression by Otto Soglow, early 1930s.
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0144558
HELICOPTERE OF THE PROTECTION CIVILE.
civil defence helicopter used in search after crash of Air India Kanchenjunga Boeing 707 in Mont Blanc massif, january 26, 1966. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reser
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G.R.D. TATA.
G.R.D. Tata, director of Air India in Bombay here in Chamonix after crash of Air India Kanchenjunga Boeing 707 in Mont Blanc massif, january 26, 1966. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0091069
BALLOON ACCIDENT, 1850.
Hot air balloon fire. English newpaper engraving, 1850.
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0061806
HINDENBURG EXPLODING, 1937.
Front page of the Asbury Park (New Jersey) Evening Press, 7 May 1937, reporting on the explosion the previous day of the German zeppelin 'Hindenburg' at Lakehurst, New Jersey.
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0002798
WALL STREET CRASH, 1929.
'Tail Holt.' Wall Street out of control in early October 1929, a prescient cartoon by Rollin Kirby published in 'The New York World', three weeks before the beginning of the stock market crash on October 24, 1929.
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0042414
DEPRESSION CARTOON, 1932.
'A Wise Economist Asks a Question.' Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoon by John T. McCutcheon, 1932, on the financial hardships resulting from bank failures during the Great Depression.
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0123219
UNEMPLOYMENT CENSUS, 1937.
Workers folding questionnaires for the Unemployment Census of 1937. Photograph 7 October 1937.
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0184527
SPACE: GAMMA-RAY BURST.
Illustration showing a gamma-ray burst caused by the collision of two neutron stars, c1993.
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0057241
RAILROAD COLLISION, 1896.
The collision of two trains at Crush, Texas, 15 September 1896.
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0051781
SHIPWRECK: COLLISION 1852.
Collision between the 'Duchess of Kent' and the 'Ravensbourne,' off Northfleet Point. Wood engraving, 1852.
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0127029
DEATH OF A SALESMAN, 1949.
Lee Cobb, right, as the salesman Willy Loman in the original Broadway production, 1949, of Arthur Miller's play 'The Death of a Salesman.'
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WWII: CRASH LANDING, 1945.
The pilot of a U.S. Navy F6F Hellcat escapes after a crash landing on the USS Lexington aircraft carrier, 1945.
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0185274
ASTRONOMERS, 1994.
Astronomers at the Space Telescope Science Institute watching the collision of fragment A of comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Jupiter. Photograph, July 1994.
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0091148
BALLOON ACCIDENT, 1857.
Professor John Steiner leaping from his hot air balloon into Lake Erie during an attempt to fly to Canada in 1857. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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HISTORY.
Revolt in Paris after the announcement of the failure of the League of the canal, the so-called Panama scandal, 1892. France, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / M. SEEMULLER / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0297781
HISTORY.
United States of America, 20th century - New York, women protest against unemployment and working conditions. Cover illustration from La Domenica del Corriere, Sunday supplement to Italian daily newspaper Il Corriere della Sera, 1913. Illustrator Achille Beltrame. Full Credit: Copyright DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. TH
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0057240
RAILROAD COLLISION, 1853.
Railroad accident at Paterson, New Jersey, involving the collision of two locomotives. Wood engraving from a newspaper of 1853.
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0176135
RAILROAD: DANGER SIGNAL.
Train conductors signaling to an on-coming train on the same track. Lithograph by Currier & Ives, c1884.
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0012001
DEPRESSION CARTOON, 1929.
American cartoon by Otto Soglow showing a capitalist hanging from a rope in the shape of 1929, the year of the Stock Market crash.
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0259602
OCCUPY WALL STREET, 2012.
Flyer distributed by Occupy Wall Street protesters at Union Square in Manhattan, New York City, referring to the government bailouts that were given to Wall Street firms following the financial crisis of 2008. Collected on 22 March 2012.
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0251626
KITE BALLOON.
The floating wreckage of a kite balloon that has collapsed over water. U. S. Navy.
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0099583
COLLISION AND FIRE.
The tanker USS Mission San Francisco aflame after the collision on the Delaware River with the Liberian freighter 'Elna,' 7 March 1957.
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0032485
BANK PANIC, 1869.
'What a Fall was There, My Countrymen!' Thomas Nast's cartoon comment on Wall Street's original Black Friday, the bank panic of 24 September 1869, caused by the efforts of Jay Gould and James Fisk to corner the gold market.
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PENNSYLVANIA: FLOOD, 1911.
A view of Austin, Pennsylvania, after the failure of the dam in 1911. Photograph, 1911.
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SILENT FILM STILL: ACCIDENTS.
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EVICTION SCENE, 1935.
New York City.
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WATERFRONT, 1937.
Homeless man next to a dying fire in New York City. Photographed by David Robbins for the Federal Arts Project, a New Deal program, in 1937.
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FILM STILL: FLIGHT, 1929.
Jack Holt and Ralph Graves.
Directed by Frank Capra.
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0096109
ITALY: UNEMPLOYMENT, 1955.
Landless farm workers standing in the town square of Andria in southern Italy in the early morning hours, waiting to be hired as day laborers. Photographed 1955.
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0123212
CENSUS PRINTING, 1937.
A printer at the Government Printing Office inspecting a questionnaire for the Unemployment Census. Photograph, 7 October 1937.
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