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0010923
DAILY LIFE, 16th CENTURY.
German household activities in the Middle Ages. Including spanking a child, clock repair, organ making, painting, cooking, blacksmithing, and dining. Colored German woodcut, 16th century.
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0095955
TELEGRAPH REPAIR MAN, 1873.
A telegraph repair man on the American frontier. Wood engraving, American, 1873.
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0419897
AD: ELMER'S GLUE, 1968.
American advertisement for Elmer's Glue. Photograph, 1968.
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0185309
SPACE: SPACECRAFT, 1979.
Rockwell International technicians installing thermal protection tiles on the Space Shuttle Columbia Orbiter Vehicle at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photograph, 1979.
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0408201
WORLD WAR I: PLANE REPAIR.
Damaged airplanes at a repairing plant in France during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
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0184233
SPACE SHUTTLE DISCOVERY.
The Space Shuttle Discovery's remote manipulator system arm, controlled by astronaut Rhea Seddon, moves toward a the damaged Syncom IV (LEASAT) communications satellite in Earth's orbit, during the STS 51-D mission of the Discovery. Photograph, 12 April 1985.
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0227967
PEOPLE.
German Empire Free State Prussia Brandenburg Province Berlin: Repair of a faltboat - woman washes the boat - Photographer: Peter Weller - - undated Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0133110
MIDDLE EAST WARS.
Egyptian workers under Israeli supervision repairing the tracks of the railway line Gaza - Tel Aviv. Photograph, November 1956.
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0184261
ANNA LEE FISHER (1949- ).
American astronaut. Photographed during simulation at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, 1980.
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0171189
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1940.
As James J. McEntee, director of the Civilian Conservation Corps, observes (second from left), young recruits Fred Steele (right) and James Crotts receive instruction from foreman L.W. Overstreet (left) on how to assemble a crank shaft and connecting rods, at the C.C.C.'s Central Repair Shop in Salem, Virginia, 5 June 1940.
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0108630
STEEL WORKERS, c1905.
Steel workers cleaning and repairing a foundry ladle at the Steel Works in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photograph, c1905.
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0100559
WORLD WAR II: PEARL HARBOR.
American sailors watch as the USS Nevada leaves Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, March 1942, having undergone repairs for damage sustained during the Japanese attack on the U.S. naval base three months earlier.
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0154628
MINISTERE GUY MOLLET.
Guy Mollet, french head of government, Rene Coty french president, and Pierre Mendes France on february 1st, 1956. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0157702
PIERRE MENDES FRANCE.
Pierre Mendes-France with the President of the Republic Rene Coty when he was elected as head of government the 19th june 1954. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0011933
TELEGRAPH REPAIR MAN, 1873.
Wood engraving, American.
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0090958
LONDON: FLEET STREET SEWER.
Repair of the Fleet Street Sewer in 1854. Contemporary wood engraving.
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0184401
SPACE: ASTRONAUTS, 1984.
Astronauts George Nelson and James van Hoften repairing a satellite in the cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Challenger. Photograph, 1984.
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0269078
APOLLO 17: REPAIRS, 1972.
Repairs made to the rear fender of the lunar roving vehicle using spare maps, clamps and tape, during the Apollo 17 mission. Photograph, December 1972.
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0433404
AD: ESOTERICA, 1968.
American advertisement for Esoterica cream for face and body. Photograph, 1968.
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0433212
AD: POWER TOOLS, 1918.
American advertisement for Yankee Tools, including the Yankee Bench Drill. Illustration, 1918.
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0186345
HUBBLE TELESCOPE, 1993.
American astronaut F. Story Musgrave (top) and Jeffrey Hoffman (bottom) servicing the Hubble Space Telescope during the STS-61 mission of the Space Shuttle Endeavour, December 1993.
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0072575
SILENT STILL: CONSTRUCTION.
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0433675
VAN GOGH: THE ROAD MENDERS.
Oil on canvas, Vincent van Gogh, 1889.
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0009782
MODEL T FORD, 1914.
Model T Ford versus horse and buggy: Panel from an American stereograph, 1914.
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0093291
WORLD WAR I: BIG BERTHA.
One of the German long-range heavy-mortar guns, known as 'Big Bertha,' at a repair shop at Danzig, Germany, following damage sustained from French aerial bombardment during World War I. Photographed c1915-18.
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0119420
SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE.
Repairing the destruction at Third, Kearney, and Market streets, following the earthquake of 18 April 1906.
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0430497
FINE ART.
Sale and repair of boots, 1807, print. United Kingdom, 18th century. Full credit: De Agostini / G. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0184043
SPACE: ASTRONAUTS, 1993.
NASA astronauts Jeffrey A. Hoffman and F. Story Musgrave installing the Magnetic Sensing System on
the Hubble Space Telescope during the STS-61 mission. Photograph, 1993.
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0079119
GOLD MINING CAMP, 1853.
Gold miners spending a rainy day in camp mending their clothes. Wood engraving, American, 1853.
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0185307
SPACE: SPACECRAFT, 1988.
A NASA technician repairing thermal protection tiles on the Space Shuttle Columbia Orbiter Vehicle at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photograph, 1988.
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0184400
SPACE: ASTRONAUTS, 1984.
Astronauts George Nelson and James van Hoften repairing a satellite in the cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Challenger. Photograph, 1984.
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0245855
ALASKA, USA.
A Signal Corps dogsled team awaits departure of a line repair trip. George S. Gibbs.
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0246332
THE BLACK FOREST, BADEN WURTTEMBERG, GERMANY.
A laborer repairs road problems on a rock lined Black Forest road. Karl Frederick Geiser.
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0185761
SPACE: ASTRONAUT, 1993.
Astronaut Jeffrey Hoffman during extravehicular activity on the STS-61 mission. Photograph, 1993.
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0099476
TELEGRAPH REPAIRMEN, 1881.
Two workers for the Sheffield, England, Telegraph and Light Company
on their way to a telegraph pole repair job. Wood engraving, English, 1881.
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0035902
CAR AND CARRIAGE, 1914.
A horse and carriage meets a broken down car on a road. The original caption reads: 'Why! Good afternoon! Yes it is a shame. He should have fixed that before we came.' Stereograph, c1914.
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0103162
DU BOIS: SHOPS, 1922.
Two women window shopping. Oil on panel by Guy Pene Du Bois, 1922.
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0163614
AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS, 1928.
Two mechanics working on a Nash auto at the Warren-Nash Motor Corp, 1928.
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0172215
SMALL BUSINESS, 1935.
Auto repair shop in a shack behind the tenement buildings. New York City.
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0170426
NEW DEAL: C.C.C., 1940.
Civilian Conservation Corps supervising mechanic Alvin Rinquist instructing a new worker on restoring cylinders, at the Yosemite Auto Repair shop in Yosemite, California, June 1940.
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