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Old Santiago is an aged Indian, and at one time was governor of the Santa Clara Pueblo. Famous in his locality, he long has been a favorite subject of painters and photographers.

Workmen tending a phosphate electric furnace in Muscle Shoals plant were photographed for a campaign for a Missouri Valley Authority by showing benefits from T.V.A. Burning phosphorus provided light for the picture.

Receiving a request from the New York office for a 'new spring picture from the White House,' Miss Carpenter shot this picture one noon when the president was on his way from the Executive Office to the Mansion for lunch. Wearing high heels and…

January was about thirty feet away when the burning structure collapsed. Firemen rushed through a big door looking for trapped workers.

Shows the first Nazi submarine in waters near the U.S. to adhere to the order of surrendering at the nearest port after Germany was beaten. Made off the coast of Cape May, N.J..

Workers at the General Electric Company strike in Philadelphia, defying a court injunction banning mass picketing. Mounted police officers attempt to break up the demonstration and a fight for possession of the flag highlights the melee.

Secretary of the Interior, Harold L. Ickes, in an argument with Senator Millard Tydings during the Edwin Pauley hearing before a Senate committee.