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RUDOLF DIESEL (1858-1913).
German mechanical engineer. Oil over a photograph, n.d.
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0185437
SPACE: EXTERNAL FUEL TANK.
The external fuel tank for the STS-3 Mission of the Space Shuttle Columbia, being transported to the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photograph, 1981.
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0186135
SPACE SHUTTLE: FUEL TANK.
A Space Shuttle external fuel tank arriving at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photograph, c1998.
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0129397
MELVIN CALVIN (1911-1997).
American chemist. Photographed c1985 with mole plants (Euphorbia Lathyris), which he had promoted as a possible source of hydrocarbon fuel.
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0100636
WORLD WAR II: U-BOAT, 1943.
Crew member operating the fuel pump of a German U-Boat during World War II. Photographed in 1943.
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0197354
GERMAN ENGINEER RUDOLF CHRISTIAN KARL DIESEL.
German engineer Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel, portrait around 1907, ullstein bild ID 00029468.
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0408891
POSTWAR BERLIN, c1946.
An odl woman transporting firewood in a baby buggy. Photograph, c1946.
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0126958
IN-FLIGHT REFUELLING, 1979.
A U.S. Air Force KC-135 refuelling a B-52H in flight during Global Shield 79, the largest Strategic Air Command Excercise in more than 20 years.
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0126959
IN-FLIGHT REFUELLING, 1982.
A U.S. Air Force KC-10 Extender tanker aircraft, top, refuelling, an F-15 Eagle aircraft during operation Ocean Venture, 1982.
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0129396
BOTANY: EUPHORBIA LATHYRIS.
Euphorbia lathyris, or mole plants, being cultivated as a possible source of hydrocarbon fuel. Photographed c1985.
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0125744
OIL CRISIS, 1979.
Cars lined up for gas at a service station in Maryland at the time of the oil crisis, 15 June 1979. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler.
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0111939
NEW YORK CENTRAL, c1955.
A diesel locomotive, GM EMD E9, at the head of a luxury train, c1955.
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0134183
AGNES SORAL.
The french actress Agnes soral presented the film Diesel, at Nice, august 2, 1985. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0078455
ENGLAND: COTTON FAMINE.
'Distributing tickets for bread, soup, meat, meal, coal, etc., at the office of a district Provident Society, Manchester.' The distress was caused by the Union blockade of Confederate ports. Wood engraving from an English newspaper of 1862.
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0125731
OIL CRISIS, 1974.
Gasoline ration stamps being printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D.C., 31 January 1974, in response to the oil crisis that had begun the previous October. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler.
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0016146
COAL MINING, 1831.
Anthracite coal mining at Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. Lithograph, 1831.
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0116795
SIOUX WOMAN, c1908.
A Sioux woman carrying firewood on her back through the snow. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis, c1908.
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0118583
ALASKA: LUMBERING, c1920.
A lumber station with fuel for steamers on the Yukon River, Alaska. Photograph, c1920.
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0168543
INDUSTRY: OIL REFINERY.
Men studying an oil flow chart showing the course of oil through a refinery, using the process of 'cracking,' to supply fuel for American combat units fighting in World War II. Photograph, c1944.
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0184962
SPACE: ASTRONAUTS, 1984.
American astronauts Kathryn Sullivan (right) and David Leestma performing an in-space simulation of refueling another spacecraft in orbit, during the STS 41-G mission of the Space Shuttle Challenger in October 1984.
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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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0175605
NUCLEAR POWER PLANT, 1974.
Auxiliary equipment with standby diesel generator at the Cooper Nuclear Station in Brownville, Nebraska. Photographed in 1974.
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0169658
JAMES HAROLD DOOLITTLE
(1896-1993). American aviator and army officer. Major Doolittle refueling his Laird Super Solution biplane in Cleveland, Ohio, on 4 September 1931, after flying from Burbank, California in 9 hours and 10 minutes to win the Bendix Prize, prior to taking off again for Newark, New Jersey, to set a new transcontinental speed record.
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0168669
COPPER TUBING, c1942.
Coils of copper tubing at the Chase Copper and Brass Company in Euclid, Ohio, to be shipped to U.S. armed forces in World War II, where they will be used as fuel and oil lines. Photograph by Alfred Palmer, 1942.
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0040354
ENGLAND: COAL MINING.
The old engine house at Dalcouth, site of one of James Watt and Matthew Boulton's steam engines. Wood engraving, English, 19th century.
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0369098
HISTORY.
Vaporine, homogeneous fuel for cars, poster by Eugene Le Mouel (1859-1934). Detail, France, 19th century. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0077621
GAS WORKS, 19th CENTURY.
Interior of a 19th century coal gas works. Wood engraving, c1875.
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0060409
DOUGLAS DC-3 AIRCRAFT.
A DC-3 aircraft introduced by American Airlines in 1936.
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0090994
HOT AIR BALLOON GAS TANK.
Cart carrying fuel for a hot air balloon. 19th century engraving.
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0131620
HINE: CHILD LABOR, 1908.
Boys carting home scrap wood for fuel from a factory they work for in Cincinnati, Ohio. Photograph by Lewis Hine, August 1908.
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0251301
SHETLAND ISLANDS, SCOTLAND.
An Orcadian women wheels dried peat. Thomas Kent.
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0257531
THE NORTH SEA.
Ships fill up with fuel and water at port before mine sweeping again. U.S. Gov'T Navy.
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0168546
INDUSTRY: OIL REFINERY.
Railroad cars lined up to receive cargoes gasoline from a refinery, to ship to allied units fighting in World War II. Photograph, c1944.
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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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0129395
BOTANY: EUPHORBIA LATHYRIS.
Euphorbia lathyris, or mole plants, growing in the wild, considered a possible source of hydrocarbon fuel. Photographed c1985.
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0051652
COAL MINING DISASTER.
Aftermath of a coal mine explosion. Wood engraving, American, 1873.
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0163827
NEW YORK: WELDING, 1912.
A man welding, using Blaugas system as fuel, New York City. Photograph, 1912.
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0166067
ATLANTIC BLAUGAS.
Man welding, using Blaugas system as fuel, New York City. Photograph, 1912.
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0184960
SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA.
The Space Shuttle Columbia in a de-orbit burn before returning to make a runway landing. Artist's concept drawing, 1982.
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0091817
AMERICAN TANKER AIRCRAFT.
The Boeing KC-97 Stratotanker aerial refueling tanker used by the U.S. Air Force starting in 1950. Photographed taking off from Renton, Washington, mid-20th century.
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