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GENERAL STORE, 1936.
An interior of a general store in Moundville, Alabama. Photograph by Walker Evans in July 1936.
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0097565
IRELAND: HAND MILL, 1874.
Irish peasant women using a hand mill to grind cereal grain into flour. Wood engraving, English, 1874.
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0122269
IDAHO: FLOUR MILL, 1941.
Exterior of Caldwell Flour mills in Caldwell, Idaho. Photograph by Russell Lee, July 1941.
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0409741
AD: PILLSBURY, 1932.
American advertisement for Pillsbury flour, 1932.
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0370640
CHINA: FLOUR MILL, 1883.
Chinese flour mill in Jilin province, China. Engraving, English, 1883.
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0409673
AD: OCCIDENT FLOUR, 1911.
American advertisement for Occident Flour, produced by the Russell-Miller Milling Company, 1911.
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0230761
PEOPLE.
Feed for hummingbirds: zoo keeper is mixing honey, milk and flour - Photographer: Reinke / Dephot - Published by: 'Koralle' 21/1934 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0217284
LABOR.
Jewish daily life Historic depictions Jewish bakery where matzo (flatbread made of white plain flour and water) is baked - 17th century.
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0095953
NEW YORK: MARKET SLIP.
View of Market Slip, New York City, from the corner of Cherry Street, looking towards the East River. Lithograph, American, 1860.
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0322936
POSTER: CORN, 1918.
'Corn - The food of the nation - Serve some way every meal - appetizing, nourishing, economical.' Lithograph by Lloyd Harrison, 1918.
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0410223
WORLD WAR I: POSTER, 1917.
Poster to be displayed in food service establishments in the United States. Poster, 1917.
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0322897
WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'Eat more cornmeal, rye flour, oatmeal, and barley - Save the wheat for the fighters.' Lithograph by Adolph Treidler, 1917.
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0185848
ELLIS ISLAND, c1943.
Bakery facilities operated by 'alien enemy' detainees on Ellis Island during World War II. Photograph, c1943.
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0111376
VOODOO: HAITI, 2007.
A priestess sprinkles flour on a cockerel which has just been killed in a Voodoo ceremony near Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 2007.
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0268612
AD: KASSAMA CORN FLOUR.
Advertisement for Kassama Corn Flour. Lithograph by the Beggarstaff Brothers, 1900.
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0109423
HOPI GRINDING GRAIN, c1906.
Four young Hopi women in Arizona grinding grain at the mealing trough. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, c1906.
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0092445
NEW YORK: MARKET SLIP.
View of Market Slip, from the corner of Cherry Street. Lithograph, American, 1860.
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0173431
HOPI GRINDING GRAIN, 1895.
A Hopi woman grinding grain on a metate in the doorway of a stone house at Walpi, Arizona. Photographed in 1895.
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0109430
HOPI WOMEN, c1902.
Hopi women at a pubelo in Arizona photographed after grinding grain into flour. Photochrome, c1902.
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WWII: SICILY, 1943.
An Allied Military Government for Occupied Territories truck delivering flour to a bakery in Sicily, following the evacuation of Axis forces. Photograph by Nick Parrino, 1943.
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WWII: WAR RELIEF, c1943.
Workers loading bags of flour onto an American cargo ship bound for Tunisia, to be distributed by the Tunisian Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations. Photograph, c1943.
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0010871
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR AD, 1913.
Advertisement from an American magazine.
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0091594
BRITAIN AND CIVIL WAR, 1862.
American cartoon, 1862, on Britain's aid to the Confederacy in the American Civil War and the hardships endured by the British working class resulting from the disruption of trade with the United States.
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0130739
HAITI: MIRAGOANE.
Workers unloading flour from ships and selling goods in Miragoane, Haiti. Photograph, c1909-1932.
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0266901
AD: BREAD, c1896.
English advertisement for Cytos bread, flour and biscuits, c1896.
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0034484
FLOUR MILL, 18th CENTURY.
A side view through a mill illustrating the milling of flour, from the hopper (fig. 12), through the bolter or rotary sifter, to the grindstone (V): copper engraving, French, 18th century.
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0278005
ARCHAEOLOGY.
Egyptian civilization, Old Kingdom, Dynasty VI. Fragment of relief depicting a baker's shop: a woman grinding wheat and workers kneading flour. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0430082
FINE ART.
Piazza San Marco and the Fondaco della Farina (Flour warehouse), 1500, detail from the Bird's eye view of Venice, by Jacopo de Barbari (born between 1460-1470 died ca 1516). Woodcut, Italy, 16th century. Detail. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0033898
WATER-POWERED FLOUR MILL.
Line engraving, French, 18th century.
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0007705
RIVERA: GRINDING CORN.
Detail from a mural by Diego Rivera showing Aztec women grinding corn and making tortillas from flour.
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0120332
GENERAL STORE, 1936.
An interior of a general store in Moundville, Alabama. Photograph by Walker Evans in July 1936.
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0120482
ALABAMA: STOREFRONT, 1936.
Animal feed and grocery store, Alabama. Photograph by Walker Evans in March 1936.
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0251984
RIOBAMBA, ECUADOR.
Vendors sit in an open marketplace with bags of flour for sale. H. E. Anthony.
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0256457
TURKEY AND ARMENIA.
Cattle pull carts of flour to villages across Turkey and Armenia. Melville Chater.
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0078110
PARIS: LES HALLES, 1870.
Flour stores in Les Halles in Paris, France. Wood engraving, 1870.
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0069490
HARRY PHILMORE LANGDON
(1884-1944). American silent film actor.
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0322944
WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, c1915.
'Are you breaking the law? Patriotic Canadians will not hoard food.' Lithograph by the Canada Food Board, c1915.
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0095886
IRELAND: HAND MILL, 1874.
Irish peasant women using a hand mill to grind cereal grain into flour. Wood engraving, English, 1874.
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0099190
TRADEMARK: PILLSBURY.
Trademark symbol for Pillsbury flower, late 19th century.
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0267854
WASHINGTON: STOREFRONT.
The flour and feed business of Columbus Scriber (seated on porch), a free black man, at 119 E Street Southwest in Washington, D.C. Photographed by Titian R. Peale, 9 October 1863.
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