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Tanks on assembly line at Pacific Car and Foundry factory, Renton, 1943
Northern Pacific line in Green River Valley, ca. 1888
Assembly line at the Kenworth truck plant, 1934
Man welding in railcar assembly line at Pacific Car and Foundry factory, Renton, 1941
Railroad car assembly line at Pacific Car and Foundry Company factory, Renton, August 1941
Finish line of Silver Skis race, Mount Rainier, 1936
Refreshment stand on streetcar line, Seattle, ca. 1910
Line of Klondikers with supplies ascending Chilkoot Pass, Alaska, 1898.
Productus giganteus. Carboniferous Limestone.
A, Interior of dorsal valve.
B, Interior of ventral valve.
C, Transverse section of valves.
D, Hinge line of A:
a, occlusor scars; d, divaricator scars; i, "reniform impressions"; ca, cardinal process; h, hinge line; p, brachial prominence; s, cavity for spiral arms; do, dorsal valve; ve, ventral valve
a, Above the lateral line; b, in the lateral line
Darting Gun and Bomb-Lance Combined: A-Gun Barrel about 20 inches long. B-Ordinary iron pole fitted in brass socket c; b.Breech-pin and lock-case. C-Harpoon with whale line e attached, and set in pfojections d, d on the gun; d. Bomb-lance fired from barrel a. The harpoon entering teh whale brings the wire rod g in contact with the whale and thus releases the trigger. F-Lever for cocking the gun. h. Line by which gun is hauled back to boat
Deck View of Whaleboat and Equipment.
4-Box of boat.
8-Forward platform on which men stand when striking or killing.
12-Dunnage for thwards.
14-Peak-cleats (used for resting oars).
15-Peak-cleat for tub-oar.
24-Well for bailing.
25-Plug (for emptying boat when hoisted out of water).
26-After platform (steersman stands on this).
27-Standing-cleats (officer stands on these to obtain longer view).
30-Loggerhead-strip (or lion's tongue).
35-Blocks with holes for rowlocks.
A, First iron resting in bow-chocks with handle in boat-crotch.
B, Second iron.
C, c, Spare irons.
D, D, D, Hand-lances.
E, Boat spade.
F, G, Harpooner's oar.
I, Mid-ship oar.
M, M, M, Paddles.
N, Small tub and line.
O, Large tub and line.
P, P, P, Tow-line extending aft from large tub around loggerhead and forward across thwarts to box of boat (4) where it is coiled and known as "box-wrap" (P, P) thence extending to eye-splice of first iron.
Q, Q, Mast and sail.
S, Lashing or strap for handle of steering-oar when not in use or fast to a whale.
Section of Whaleboat.
1-Bow-chock and roller.
3-Crotch for harpoons.
6-Harpoons with lances on opposite side.
12-Boat-spades and waifs.
14-'Piggin' for bailing boat.
18-Tiller (used when sailing).
20-Boom for sailing (spritsails are often used).
21-Center case (small tub for 75-fathom line on other side).
22-Large tub for whale line.
25-Keel and floor timbers.
27-Gunwale streak (about 9 inches wide in widest part).
28-Center-boart (partly down).
29-Ceiling. Timbers are spaced aobut 6 inches apart.
Knot for attaching fly-collar to running line, by day
My knot for attaching fly-collar to running line, by night
Scallops over one year old, as shown by the formation of the annual growth line, which is caused by cessation of growth during the winter months. Any scallop which does not possess this annual growth line is less than one year old, and is a 'seed' scallop
Line outside the Toby Block building near 4850 Rainier Avenue South, Rainier Valley neighborhood, Seattle, May 28, 1932
Scientists going out to net dead fish while B. Bosing tends the line for divers, Bikini Atoll, 1947
Klondikers waiting in line at the post office, Skagway, ca. 1898
Fisherman hauling a cod trawl line by means of a net lifter aboard the power schooner UNION JACK, Alaska, May 1913
Pipe line being laid, King County, February 14, 1934
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