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Mr. and Mrs. William H. Spencer being led away from the scene of their son's drowning death, Seattle, June 15, 1940
Parade in Seattle on 4th Ave. being led by a woman in costume on horseback, n.d.
Girls riding on donkeys being led by two boys on foot, probably Seattle, ca. 1905
United States Army personnel led by their commanding officer participating in the Seafair parade, downtown Seattle at the corner of 4th Ave. and James St., August 2, 1952
July 6, 1910 Page three
Salmonero led fleet
Disabled steamer returns up-sound
Water Street is now open to railroad flats
July 6, 1910 Page one
Salmonero led fleet into port
U.S. vs Gordon Hirobayashi: notes questioning the evacuation policy which led to the interment of Japanese Americans during World War II, January 17, 1943
My Summer in Rainier National Park 1919, June - August, 1919
Album 08.118 -Hiking party led by Fairman B. Lee enroute to Nisqually Glacier, June-August 1919
Album 08.084 -Men and women with alpenstocks on Nisqually Glacier, led by Paradise Inn guide, 1919
Album 08.079 - Hikers on Nisqually glacier, led by Fairman B. Lee and Alma Wagen, 1919
Annual Outing of the Mountaineers, 1913, Through the Olympics August 2nd to 23rd, Port Angeles to Moclips
Procession of uniformed riflemen mounted four abreast on camels, led by officer carrying sword, Republic Day Parade, New Delhi, India, January 26, 1958
Larger medal was issued in 1630 to assert the claim of England to the dominion of the sea, as maintained by Selden, and in accordance with instructions given by Charles I, to his minister at the Hague: "we hold it a principle not to be denied that the King of Great Britain is a monarch at sea and on land to the full extent of his dominions. His Majesty finds it necessary for his own defence and safety to reassume and keep his ancient and undoubted rights in the Dominions of the Seas."
The smaller medal, 1662, relates to the ill feeling which existed between the English and Dutch soon after the Restoration. It arose from the anger felt by the English at the encroachment of the Dutch herring fishermen into English waters which led to frequent disputes; besides, the Dutch persistently refused to lower their flag to ships of Great Britain in the British Seas.
Cutting-In Tackle. 1-Lower block strapped with rope a, a, a and blubber-hook g shackled into grommet d. The ropes c, c, c, are for handling block easily and the back-lashing h is held by the officer when directing the point of hook into hole in blubber.
2-Upper-blocks, b; guy-block, c; pendant-shackles, a, and links.
3-Lower-blocks, b strapped with chain d and sister-hooks c into which tail may be coupled by means of link e.
4-Cutting-tackle hung from mast. It is guyed out by guy-block and rope c, and end of cutting-falls e are led to windlass.
Small blubber-hook used in handling blubber on deck.
Fish pens on top floor of factory. The fish are led through a trough to the cooking tanks.
Radiological Safety monitors led by Dr. Donaldson inspecting Bikini Island with Geiger counters, summer 1947
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