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    • Automobile Manufacture, Michigan

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    • This is the interior of a great automobile factory. Row after row of chassis are here to be seen. On the left hand, differentials and rear axles are being assembled. When this assembling is done, the chassis are equipped with the motors and the...
    • otato Digging Machine at Work, Minn.

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    • In a country such as ours where corn, cotton, wheat, and oats are such valuable field crops, we are likely to overlook other important products of the soil. Take potatoes, for example. In 1915 our total potato production was 359,103,000 bushels. If...
    • Corn Field in Kansas

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    • You see here before you a field of growing corn. Corn is our most valuable crop. In its production the United States excels every other country in the world. In 1915 we raised 3,054,535,000 bushels. Argentina ranked second, with only 338,235,000...
    • Grapurchat, September 29, 1921

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, November 9, 1928

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Hoeing Rice, South Carolina

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    • Here you have a view of rice cultivation in the old way. The ground is first plowed and a good seed-bed is made. Then the grain is drilled and the field is flooded until after the seeds sprout. Then the water is let off the fields, allowing the...
    • Tobacco Field, Kentucky

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    • The United States is by far the greatest tobacco-producing country in the world. In 1915 our country produced more than 1,000,000,000 pounds. Russia, the second important tobacco growing country, produced, in 1913, about one-fifth of this amount....
    • Radnor, 1917

    • State Normal and Industrial School for Women (Radford, Va.) Students Yearbooks.; College yearbooks Virginia Radford.
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    • Pulaski Community Hospital

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Hospitals
    • A nurse works in a room full of newborn babies- February 12, 1951 at Pulaski Community Hospital. The hospital first opened in 1915 as a seven bed hospital. It was expanded in 1926 as a new 15 bed facility on Randolph Avenue. The name was changed...
    • Pulaski Community Hospital

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Hospitals
    • A view inside the inner workings of the brand new Pulaski Community Hospital- 1973. The first hospital opened in 1915 as a seven bed hospital. It was expanded in 1926 as a new 15 bed facility on Randolph Avenue. The name was changed in 1965 to...
    • Pulaski Community Hospital

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Hospitals
    • A view inside the brand new Pulaski Community Hospital- 1973. The first hospital opened in 1915 as a seven bed hospital. It was expanded in 1926 as a new 15 bed facility on Randolph Avenue. The name was changed in 1965 to Pulaski General...
    • Pulaski Community Hospital

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Hospitals
    • A view inside the brand new Pulaski Community Hospital- 1973. The first hospital opened in 1915 as a seven bed hospital. It was expanded in 1926 as a new 15 bed facility on Randolph Avenue. The name was changed in 1965 to Pulaski General...
    • Pulaski Community Hospital

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Hospitals
    • A view inside the brand new Pulaski Community Hospital- 1973. The first hospital opened in 1915 as a seven bed hospital. It was expanded in 1926 as a new 15 bed facility on Randolph Avenue. The name was changed in 1965 to Pulaski General...
    • Pulaski Community Hospital

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Hospitals
    • A view inside the brand new Pulaski Community Hospital- 1973. The first hospital opened in 1915 as a seven bed hospital. It was expanded in 1926 as a new 15 bed facility on Randolph Avenue. The name was changed in 1965 to Pulaski General...

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