Nice Prepaid Card photographs

Some cool prepaid card pictures:

Image from web page 1071 of “Baltimore and Ohio workers mag” (1912)
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Identifier: baltimoreohioemp07balt
Title: Baltimore and Ohio workers mag
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio staff members mag Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Business
Subjects: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Adding Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS People and Sloan Foundation

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start to see the view. Wef^^^ I, J/ tlTSX/ we view to you on approval. You may be the only judge. No obUgation purchasing just because you obtain the watch on endorsement. Write for Booklet! Place your title and target when you look at the voucher or on a letter or post card nowand get Burlington Check out guide freeand prepaid. You will be aware a great deal moreabout view purchasing whenever you see clearly. Also, youwill see good looking illustrations entirely colour of allthe latest instances from which you need to choose.The booklet is no-cost. Simply send your title andaddress regarding the coupon. Burlington Watch G>mp£my, nineteenth St. and Marshall Blvd.. Dept.5143 Chicago. 111.CiMiadian Off ice:338Portage Ave.. Winnipeg. Man. Burlington Check Out Co., Dept. 5143 19th Street & Marshall Blvd.. Chicago, III. Please send me (without obligations and prepaid)your free book on watches with complete description ofyour money or .50 four weeks provide in the BurlingtonWatch. Addr* Kindly mention our magazine whenever writing marketers THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO EMPLOYES MAGAZINE

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Confirmed device of anycommodity willbuy even more transpor-tation now than itever did before inthe history of thecountry. A ton ofSteel or a bushel ofwheat will buyinore transporta-tion now than everbefore. Walker D. Hines Director Generalof Railroads Carrying aTon a Milefor not as much as a single thing Freight prices have played a really ::niall part in therising cost-of-living. Other noteworthy causes — the waste of war, under-production,credit inflation—have added dollars toward price of thenecessities of life, while freight charges have addedonly dollars. The typical costs for hauling a lot of freight amile is under a cent. A suit of garments that marketed for before tha warwas transported 2,265 kilometers by train from Chicago toLos Angeles for 16H cents. Today the cargo fee is 22 dollars in addition to suit sellsfor . Tl.e price of the match has increased 20 dollars The cargo upon it has grown on^y BVj dollars various other transportation costs access thecost of every finished article—carrying the woolto the mills and t

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Image from page 1429 of “Gleanings in bee culture” (1874)
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Identifier: gleaningsinbeecu40medi
Title: Gleanings in bee tradition
12 Months: 1874 (1870s)
Authors:
Topics: Bees Bee culture
Publisher: [Medina, Ohio, A. I. Root Co.]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
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ing. Comes all ready to run. Pumps, saws, tlireshes.churns, separates milk, grinds feed, shells corn, runshome electric lighting plant. Pricos (stripped). $ Z9.60 up.Sent any place on 15 days free trial offer. Dont purchase an engrinetill you research money-saving, power-saving DETROIT.Thousands being used. Costs just postal to learn. If you arefirst in your area to create, you will get Unique Extra-Low lnlroduc<ory cost. Write (138) Detroit Engine Functions, 373 Bellevue Ave., Detroit, Mich. ^iflMPERIAOg within OwnHome atOUR RISK The unique Feature i?naO Odor Hood, Stone Ovensiaiigc, Bottom, Ash Sitter. Wonderful Gasoline Economizer-Splendid Baker. NOMIDDLE-,MANS PROFIT. DIRECTFROM FACTORY to HOMEAT FACTORY PRICE. FREIGHT PREPAID . 3 6 5 – D A YGUARANTEE. Credit if de-sired. WRITE THESE DAYS for Money-Saving Catalog of Rangesand Heaters. THE IMPERIAL STEEL RANGE COMPAN^340 STATE STREET. CLEVELAND. OHIO MAKE YOUR WIFE A PRESENT ol 100 ENGRAVED CARDS—Send S1.25 to GRAY PTG. CO., Fostoria. Ohio.

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GLEANINGS IN BEE COMMUNITY THE Coward ood^ ense shield and support growing footstructures with Coward footwear, andchildren will escape the handicapof weak legs, arch problems and flat-foot. Coward Arch Support Shoe and Coward ExtensionHeel produced by James S. Coward for over three decades. FOR KIDS. MEN AND WOMEN. Send for Catalog. Mail Sales Filled. Soid Nowhere Else. JAMES S. COWARD 264-274 Greenwich St.. near Warren St., New York

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Nice Identity Thieves photos

A few nice identity thieves images I found:

Image from page 306 of “Personal identification; methods for the identification of individuals, living or dead” (1918)
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Identifier: personalidentifi00wild
Title: Personal identification; methods for the identification of individuals, living or dead
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Wilder, Harris Hawthorne, 1864-1928 Wentworth, Bert, 1857- joint author
Subjects: Identification
Publisher: Boston, R. G. Badger
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School

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in the usual way, there were established78 points of identity for the first and 94 for the second, yet, as the accusedwould not confess, the case was brought before the assizes. Here thejury was shown enlarged photographs of the regions in question, takenboth from the impressions on the box and from the men themselves, de-veloped in the same way. In addition to the ridge details emphasis waslaid upon the correspondence of the sweat pores, of which, in the areafrom Boudets finger, there were 901 separate pores. All of these, allowingfor difference in the amount of pressure, were shown to correspond exactly;while upon the area from the palm of Simonin there were more than 2,000such correspondences. As a result of this demonstration, which presented such an enormousnumber of correspondences, the jury was convinced, and Boudet and Poroscopy 301 Simonin were each sentenced to five years of hard labor. It is to be em-phasized, first, that there was absolutely nothing else than the marks on

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Figure 119. Impression of the friction skin from the middle phalangeof the left middle finger of Boudet; magnified 7..5 diameters This is a photo-graph from an impression, developed with carbonate of lead. (Originalpresented the authors by M. Locard.) the rosewood box that could be brought up against the men, and, secondly,that the box had been so much handled by both thieves that there wereno distinct patterns, and but few places which were not surcharged by 302 Personal Identification overlapping impressions. Locard himself remarks that without theslightest doubt the sweat pores played the principal role in convincingthe jurors, who could not deny this overwhelming mass of evidence.*

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Image from page 509 of “The street railway review” (1891)
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Title: The street railway review
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
Subjects: Street-railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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two ilemeiils, a brake and 496 STREET RAILWAY REVIEW. rVoi,. XI., No. 8. a car heater. The brake may be installed independently of theheater, but the heater is dependent upon the use of the brake. Thesystem is shown in operation in two exhibits. First: A standard single truck electric car is in service on atrack extending 250 ft. from the main exhibit in the Railway Ex-hibits Building. This car is equipped with the electric brake andcar heater, and is in charge of a regular street car motorman, whois in readiness at any time to demonstrate the operation of the sys-tem to those interested. When in action powerful magnets forcethe brake friction shoes upon the rails and set up a strong magneticattraction between the shoes and the rails, while at the same timethe drag or back action of these magnet shoes throws in action asystem of levers that apply to the wheels brake shoes of the regu-lar type. The current for exciting the magnets is supplied by the LONDON UNDERGROUND RAILWAYTROUBLES.

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CAR WITH ELECTRIC TRACK BRAKE. motor which, through the proper wiring of the controllers, is at thistime operated as a generator. With this electric brake system it isimpossible to skid the wheels and any degree of braking poweris secured from the slightest effect up to a braking effect exceedingthe weight of the equipment. Second: A double truck of the maximum traction type equippedwith two 40-h. p. motors and with the electric brake, is operatedon a short section of track by a stationary controller. Westinghouse apparatus is also shown in connection with theexhibits of other companies. WIRE THIEVES BUSY. The Chester (Pa.) Traction Co. was robbed of over half a tonof feed wire last month, the thieves making their escape withoutleaving any trace as to their identity. Similar depredations havebeen made before at the same place, just outside of Chester, andthe work was very methodically done. Four cables were cut downfor a distance of 1,200 ft. and a quantity of wire was left upon thegr

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Nice Credit Score photographs

Some cool credit history pictures:

Image from page 291 of “Rod and gun” (1898)
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Title: Rod and gun
12 Months: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Canadian Forestry Association
Topics: Fishing Hunting Outdoor life
Publisher: Beaconsfield, Que. [etc.] Rod and Gun Pub. Co. [etc.]
Adding Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
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Kelsey, of U. M.C. Co., rendered valuable support. Final andnot at all the very least great credit must begiven to your tall Scribe of Canadian Indians,Mr. Thos. A. Duff, the splendid work accom-plished by him in making all essential ar-rangements and making possible the successfulissue of the most useful trap shooting alTair everattempted in Canada. The Scores. Preliminary practice, 100 goals: S.A. B. Geo. Lvon 100 98 man Ward 100 97 Mrs. Topperwein 100 96 G. S. McCarty 100 96 H.S.Welles… 100 96 R. 0. Heikes 100 95 H. H. Heikes 100 95 Geo. Beattie 100 95 H. D. Freeman 100 94 F. Shattuck 100 94 W. B. Darton 100 94 W. Huflf 100 94 T. H. Keller, Jr 100 94 E, 0. Bower 100 93 C. A. Teenage 100 93 E. G. Henline 100 93 L. B. Fleming 100 93 H. Dixon • 100 92 J. R. Taylor 100 92 G. E. Painter 100 92 Hugh Fleming 100 92 Dr. Calvert 100 91 Geo. Wagner 100 91 J. F. Mallorv 100 91 H. B. Edwards 100 91 E. H. Tripp • 100 91 Chris. Gottlieb 100 90 Finlar 100 tO A. M. Hatcher 100 89

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GOOD RECOIL PADS.E. D. Rike, Dayton, 0., and Jack Fanning.

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Image from page 768 of “Agriculture together with farming business” (1917)
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Identifier: agriculturefarmi00bens
Title: Agriculture and agriculture company
12 Months: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Benson, Oscar Herman, 1875-1951. [from old catalog] Betts, George Herbert, 1868-1934, [from old catalog] joint writer
Topics: Agriculture Farm administration
Publisher: Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill business
Adding Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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ok County rural college. folks for the intended purpose of watching, speaking about, and studyingthe progress or results of a certain field demonstration. 6. Club Browse.—A club check out is an individual call by state, dis-trict, or regional club leader to your club team or club conference,which can be held in the home, school, club space, court-houseor various other convenient location. 7. Club Project—A club project is the particular research of industry, yard, etc., to-be done by the entire clubgroup. 8. Home Project—A residence task may be the specific work THE AGRICULTURE BUSINESS 745 undertaken by each club member in the home, as part of the clubproject or work of this group. 9. Contest—A contest is an aggressive phase for the clubwork, for which club people measure themselves and theirwork by a typical standard, labeled as a basis of prize. 10. Club Festival—A club event is an organized part ofthe club work and it has mention of the the organized tasks ofa single day, on which users show products, display

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Apple Club kids pruning orcliard under path of comityageut, Cortland Cuuuty, >«ev York. practices, hold relevant plays and other program functions, forthe purpose of stimulating interest and producing passion forthe work. 11. Basis of Award—The foundation of prize is a typical ofmeasurement, outlined for the convenience of frontrunners in deter-mining the success, grade, or standing of a club member,and is used for the awarding of college credits for clubwork additionally the awarding of rewards, medals, diplomas, etc. 12. Score-Card—A score-card is a regular of measure-ment employed for use in judging strive to figure out the standard 746 AGRICULTURE as well as services and products, creatures, grains, and articles manufactured in connectionwith the children club work, 13. Agricultural Club—An farming club is a club ofyoung individuals organized for organized instruction, the pur-pose of building the effectiveness of its people throughout generalagricultural topics and nation life passions. 14. Fol

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Nice Home Loan photos

A couple of good home loan images i came across:

Image from page 796 of “St. Nicholas [serial]” (1873)
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Identifier: stnicholasserial4311dodg
Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children’s literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
Adding Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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SHAKIiSPEARE S BIR THPLACE AT STRATEORn-ON-AVON. fortunes fell away. A home loan ended up being wear themothers farm, in protection for a loan from herbrother-in-law, Edmund Lambert, which promptlyforeclosed the lien. John Shakespeare never ever prospered once more; hisdifficulties increased; he plunged deeper anddeeper with debt; ended up being deeper used by hisbrother; his property became involved; he no pears becoming in relation to details, and I also see no goodreason to doubt it. Will fled regarding Stratford-on-Avon—some sayinto Gloucestershire, in which he existed remote byStinchcombe Hill, near Dursley. Out of this time for many years their story goes 1 The term placed on those that declined to attendthe solutions of Church of The united kingdomt. WILL SHAKESPEARE, CELEBRITY OF POETS 485 into obscurity that the most zealous researchhas neglected to disperse. Conjecture hasn’t beenidle —conjecture never is idle —assigning him,during these as yet not known many years, a piebald train of

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England was Merry England since it never ever had beenbefore. It had been an epoch which gleams throughstory like a light set on a hill. One of its biggest glories, if you don’t its greatestglory, had been the unexpected marvelous flowering of theElizabethan crisis. One could barely talk about Elizabeths reign with-out these are that outburst. Indeed, we canhardly think about usually the one without thinking of theother. Though Elizabeth, proud, penuriousqueen, added little or nothing but her love therefore DREAMED WILL SHAKESPEARE REGARDING HILLS OF WARWICKSHIRE. diverse occupations: serving-man, scrivener,apothecarys clerk, schoolmaster, printer, dyer,and soldier. The soldier ended up being most likely Will Shake-speare of Rowington; Aubrey pointed out thecountry school. All is uncertain, and each isdisputable. And where ended up being he through the Plague many years ?Nobody understands. Some say he went to Italy, anddrank of a strange, new beauty here; perhapsDenmark, or Germany, possibly both, with somewandering troupe of people. Be that as it may, how or whenever no

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Image from web page 98 of “The Santa Fe magazine” (1913)
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Title: The Santa Fe magazine
12 Months: 1913 (1910s)
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Subjects: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company Railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Santa Fe Mag
Adding Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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age. The resignation of Rodman Butterworth isbeing considerably lamented by many people younger ladiesaround Fresno and Stockton. Zack hasgone back into the old residence in Tennessee. W.P. Herron regarding the Los Angeles Division hasbeen utilized in just take Butterworths spot. R. M. Jones, who has worked as main clerkin the bridge and building division for fouryears, and who is investing their summertime keep-ing time for a supplementary group, leaves the lat-ter part of September to go into the medicaldepartment of Vanderbilt University on histhird 12 months of a four-year training course. Doc Jonesis well-liked by all his Santa Fe associates,and if he should show as effective in themedical profession as he features as a railroad-man, there never ever is supposed to be any occasion for himto get hungry. GALVESTON(W. W. Smithey, care superintendent) Bess Warren has came back from Marlinslightly improved from their recent assault ofrheumatism. Palmer Wyatt, alias Y, will require unto him-self in the future a life partner. A can- ADVERTISING SUGGESTIONS 09

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The Edison!* Modern design Edison Phonograph inour grand brand-new outfit—this superb en-tertainer, Mr. Edisons latest, final im-provement of phonograph, delivered TOTALLY FREE! Yes, FREE! We dont ask a single thing of one’s money—We dont wantyou maintain the phonograph—i simply want to give it for your requirements ona free loan—then you may return it inside my own expense. D/arl Ill A ^t£*m* ■ i’ll ship you release this grand newI1WU lilt? VI ICl ■ ensemble. Fireside Model .with one dozen Gold Molded and Amberol records.You do not need to spend myself a single thing C. O. D. or signal anyleases or mortgages. I really want you for this no-cost outfit—the masterpiece of Mr. Edisons skill—in your home. Iwant you to see and hear Mr. Edisons final and greatestimprovement i letter phonographs. I do want to convince you of itswonderful superiority. Offer a totally free show; offer a freeminstrel program, music, dances, the conventional hymns, grandopera, comic opera—all this I want you to listen to no-cost ofcharge—all is likely to home—on this free loan offe

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Nice Credit Repair photos

A few nice credit repair images I found:

Umbrella repair man
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Format: Hand painted lantern slides.

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Lockheed Hudson Bomber after repairs
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Format: Glass plate negative.

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Repository: Clyde Engineering Photographic Collection, Powerhouse Museum www.powerhousemuseum.com/collection/database/collection=Clyde_Engineering_Photograph

Part Of: Powerhouse Museum Collection

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Acquisition credit line: Gift of Clyde Engineering Pty Ltd, 1988

A man in his shoe repair stall
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Format: Hand painted lantern slides.

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Part Of: Powerhouse Museum Collection

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Acquisition credit line: Gift of Vera Vargassoff, 2010