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Image from page 222 of “The sanitary news : healthy homes and healthy living : a weekly journal of sanitary science” (1886)

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Image from page 222 of “The sanitary news : healthy homes and healthy living : a weekly journal of sanitary science” (1886)
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Title: The sanitary news : healthy homes and healthy living : a weekly journal of sanitary science
Year: 1886 (1880s)
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Subjects: Sanitation Sanitation
Publisher: Chicago : The Sanitary News
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s-pool, a sump and a catch basin,whose interior, in the absence of any special ar-rangements, can never be fully flushed, butmust of necessity be foui in an unnecessary de-gree. The air vent shown in this sketch ren-ders liable the Ireezing of the water seal belowin cold climates, and, unless carefully protected,occasional stoppages by snow. As to the drain tothe sewer, below thehouse trap, the venti-lation that is so stren-uously urged for everytrap and pipe above istotally ignored, and,between a considerablepressure of the air andgases of the public sew-er and the whole in-terior of the housedrainage system andthe air currents intothe doors and windowsas well, through the air pipe, nothing is in-terposed but a hatful of filthy water, perhaps aninch and a half in depth of seal, if undisturbed. Now, turning to house Fig. 2, let us suppose aflushing trap at B, a horizontal air pipe betweenthe joists of the first floor above, C extendingup by a four-inch vent pipe, or rain-water lead- 1

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Fig. 3.in a trap, or just below it, before sudden andeasy relief is had by the shorter route to the er, above the roof, and no trap at A. Throughthe air pipe as shown the air will be forciblydrawn into the soil-pipe at frequent intervals, 2l8 THE SANITARY NEWS. [Vol. VIII, No. 134 while the drain below to the sewer will be I dinary displacement of air within its own length,flushed in a way that will speedily disclose any \ when no unpleasant results will ensue. In House Fig. 4 is shown anadmirable system of house drain-age, not perhaps generally appli-cable to buildings in the closely-built districts of the large cities,but which can be applied to manyhomes throughout their suburbs,and quite generally to houses inthe residence portions of cities,towns and villages, and in thecountry. As far as the ventilation of thesystem is concerned, it will beimproved by applying the prin-

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Mount Saint Helens, 1994. Biking up to Johnston Ridge
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Memories from the eruption.

Where my sisters were living, it was one of those first really nice spring days of the year in Pullman, Washington, about 265 miles east of the volcano. People were coming home from church, working in the garden and planning to eat dinner out on the deck when a huge black cloud started to appear on the horizon.

It was ash from Mt. St. Helens, but most people didn’t know it, unless they had the news on. The cloud got bigger and bigger until it shut out the sun, but it wasn’t really a storm. No rain or wind, just darkness. With in an hour, or two, that sunny afternoon was transformed into the dark of night. Street lights came on. It was as black as midnight.

Meanwhile, here in Bellingham, where I was, I didn’t know what was happening. It was a typical spring day over here, even though Bellingham is a little closer to the mountain than Pullman. The wind carried the ash to the east. Eventually, I heard the news on TV and I felt cheated that I was missing the excitement. Life in most of Western Washington was deceptively normal.

Then the radio reported that people had heard the blast as far away as Vancouver, BC. about 50 miles farther from the mountain than Bellingham. I tried to remember what I was doing, at that moment, and realized I had heard the blast also. It sounded like someone was trying to break into my place of work as the front door was being pushed against and rattling on its hinges. At the time, I didn’t pay that much attention as no one was at the door, but later I realized it was shock waves from Mt. St. Helens.

The night after the eruption, my sister Lillian called me from Pullman, phones were still working. She said she didn’t know when she was going to see the sun again. It was a spooky feeling, but next day, the sun did come out. The hazy sunshine revealed a gritty world. It looked like everything was covered in talcum powder. Every time someone tried to walk out doors, or even worse drive, it would kick up a cloud that would obscure visibility. Schools had to close for the rest of the season, business ground to a halt, the grit did damage to any cars that tried to drive in it.

Unlike a big snow fall, which eventually melts away, this stuff had to be shoveled up and hauled away. It took months for the clean up, but Pullman’s people remember the event with great fondness. They got to witness geology in action.

Here in Bellingham, I missed most of the action, but, in 1986 and again in 1994, I bicycled into the Mt. St. Helens area. Under this tag are some images of the devastation as seen from Windy Ridge on the east in 1986 and Johnston Ridge on the west in 1994.

Challenger 2 Tank Live Firing During Exercise
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A Challenger 2 main battle tank (MBT) is pictured during a live firing exercise in Grafenwöhr, Germany.

Exercise BAVARIAN CHARGER was the first of three large contingency operation exercises being undertaken by 20th Armoured Brigade between May – October 2013. Contingency Operations training is known as Hybrid Foundation Training or HFT.

The aim of this exercise was to train the 5 Rifles, The Queens Dragoon Guards (QDG) Battle Groups and 1 Logistic Support Regiment in combined arms manoeuvre.

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Image from page 154 of “The story of the Jubilee Singers : with their songs” (1880)

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Title: The story of the Jubilee Singers : with their songs
Year: 1880 (1880s)
Authors: Marsh, J. B. T
Subjects: Jubilee Singers African American musicians African Americans
Publisher: Boston : Houghton, Osgood and Co.
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UNAMID Opens Clinic and Schools in North Darfur
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Girls from Kuma Garadayat sing a song during the inauguration of six development projects, known as Quick Impact Projects, implemented by the African Union-UN Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). These projects focus on the areas of education, sanitation, health, community development, and the empowerment of women. They include a clinic, a women’s’ centre and several schools.

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Kuma Garadayat, Sudan
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Image from page 735 of “Building & engineering news” (1914)

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Title: Building & engineering news
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Contractors’ and Dealers’ Association of California
Subjects: Architecture Building Construction industry Engineering
Publisher: San Francisco : L. A. Larson
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nt. OF THE Pratt Building Material Co. DOUGLAS 300—easy to remember. IS NOT sure. THAT THE Building World. IN AND about San Francisco. REALIZES HOW*mportant. AND HOW interesting. THIS CONVENTION will be. TO ENGINEERS, architects. AND BUILDING material dealers. SANDY NOTICES. highway engi WILL BE here, BESIDES ALL, county engineers. • • • .,0 AND ALL the contractors. • * * OF ALL Western states, • • • Will be at the convention. • • • THEN THERE are the men. V/HO SELL machinery. • • • ALL LIVE ones—necessary evils. • • • BUT NO worse. THAN SANDY Pratt, producer. OF SAND, rock and gravel. SAY, ED, Chairman and everything. WOULD IT be possible. FOR SANDY Pratt. • • • TO MAKE a speech. TELLING THE multitude. ABOUT SANDYS rock-crushing plant. AT PRATTROCK (near Folsom). • WHERE YOUR machinery. • • • IS BEING used successfully. ALSO ABOUT thef sand plants. • • • AT SA^CRAMENTO, Marysville.AND PRATTCO (Monterey County).??I THANK you.

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Engine No. 11 rn the Prattrock an i \fstern liailroad at Pr-utrork (nearFolsom). home of Sandy Pratfs 0,00 1 rck gl avel and s.4d iSlU S-indv^scompany bought 0,000 worth of ^ahinery^io Sandy will be gndfostethe machinery exhibit at the convention ..n November 9th to 13th Saturday, October 31, 1925 BUILDING AND ENGINEERING NEWS Id PASADENA, Los Angeles Co , Cal.—J. J. Brlntnall, 32 N. 4th St., Alharabra.will build 2-story and basement 9-room residence, 64×70 feet, at 1000Prospect Ave., Pasadena, for Mrs. L.C. Koso; plans by Everett P. Babcock,649 La Loma Kd.. Pasadena; frame andstucco, tile roof, tile, hardwood andpine floors, hardwood and pine trim,beam ceilings, cast stone mantel andhearth, 3 baths, tile toilets, sounddeadening, Ilagstone and tile terrace,wrought and ornamental Iron, Kas unitsystem heating, electric controlledstorage water heater, electric refrig-erator, garage; ,000. hardwood and pine trim, electric re-frigerator, electric controlled gas fur-naces, autom

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DC People and places with Sony A7 II 50717
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"In 1986, police took over Hanover Place, where Tony Lewis lived. It was a year-long, 24-hour-a-day occupation: there was a command-center in a trailer, and a daily rotation of 60 officers patrolling the immediate area.

The city boarded up 47 vacant buildings. The Department of Public Works hauled away 300 tons of trash — old couches and mattresses that had been used to barricade alleys and stymie police. Not just furniture, but abandoned cars too: police recovered 41 stolen vehicles in the area."

‘It was pretty massive in terms of the expense,’ says Fulwood.

In overtime hours alone, it cost MPD more than million. But the results of operations like this were mixed, at best.

“You would walk away from there and say, ‘Gosh, we’ve done all these things and yet we’re still having some of the same problems.’ Because now the problem has moved from Hanover Place, to P Street, which is a block away.” – see wamu.org/news/14/01/14/crack_1

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Live News 5
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Image from page 8 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)

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Image from page 8 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)
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Title: The Ladies’ home journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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t and Directorof Manufacturing; Benjamin Allen. Vice-Presidentand Director of Circulation; Robert E. MacNeal,Secretary; Richard Ziesing, Jr.. Manager of LadiesHome Journal. The Company also publishes TheSaturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman. Jackand Jill, and Holiday. CHANGE OF ADDF Send your Journal change of address to LAL > HOME JOURNAL Independence Square, Philadelphia 5, Pa. r-O^tfe^. ^gM Published here monthly . . .Column No. 102 The greatest star of the screen! Ah! Theres good news . . . GOODNEWS for 1948! • • • •M-G-M gives America a youthful, tune-ful, joyous shot in the arm in the formof the gayest, fastest-paced film everbrightened by Technicolor magic. • • • * And if ever a picture was perfectlytitled, its GOOD NEWS! • • • • The motion picture version is far betterthan the original Broadway musical hit,a really bang-up job. • • • • Youll like the way they d® The BestThings In Life Are Free, VarsityDrag, My Blue Heaven and thetitle song.

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at least 30 days before the date of the issue with 1 is to take effect. Send old address with li,e new. enclosing if possible your address label. The post office will not forward copie3 unless you provide extra postage. Duplicate copies can-not be sent. The names of characters in all stories are fictitious.Any resemblance to living persons is a coincidence. June Allyson gives an acting, singingand dancing performance which makesus remember how she first caught thepublic eye. • • • • Peter Lawford, teaming with her, ful-fills his promise as the most personableromantic lead on the screen. • • • •With them are agroup of livelyyoung Broadwaypersonalities frommusical comedy hitswho justify their in-vitation to Holly-wood, includingPatricia Marshall, anew find; Joan Mc-Cracken of Okla-homa fame who is,in a word, great; andMel Torme, thenewest croonsmith. • • • •The direction byCharles Waltershas breakneck pace.The producer isArthur Freed, whowill be rememberedfor Mee

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GM3_8315.JPG
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JERUSALEM (April 15, 2013) – Cardinal Seán and a group of 29 priests of the Archdiocese of Boston have traveled on an Easter pilgrimage to the Holy Land this week, and they’re bringing the readers of TheGoodCatholicLife.com blog along with them.

On the last day of their pilgrimage, the pilgrims began by walking the Via Dolorosa, the Way of the Cross, the path through the streets of Jerusalem that Jesus walked with the Cross to the Crucifixion. After celebrating Mass, they thanked those who had taken care of them on their pilgrimage and prepared for their flights home. As they waited, news of the bombings at the Boston Marathon back home reached the pilgrims and they united themselves in prayer with those who were hurt, their families, and the emergency workers who rushed to care for them.

All this week, our colleague George Martell is traveling with the pilgrimage, embedded with the Cardinal and his priests so we can bring you photos, blogs, videos, and audio reports from the Holy Land from the pilgrims at such places as the Basilica of the Annunciation, Mount Carmel, the Sea of Galilee, the Church of the Transfiguration, Qumran, the Mount of Olives, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Upper Room, and more. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to walk in the footsteps of Jesus with Cardinal Seán and the Archdiocese’s priests as an Easter retreat experience.

Please stay tuned to www.thegoodcatholiclife.com, as well as www.BostonCatholicPhotos.com and www.YouTube.com/BostonCatholic and our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/bostoncatholic and Twitter account: www.twitter.com/bostoncatholic for the latest updates from the Holy Land.

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San Juan – Old San Juan from Air (Postcard)

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Old San Juan from the air, seen from the west. The entrance to the harbor is in the foreground. Morro Castle ("El Morro"), which guards the entrance to the harbor, is just to the left of the photo. The large brown building at the far left, a hollow square, was the barracks for Morro Castle.

The red gate in the foreground at left center was the main gate to San Juan. The large white structure in the center foreground is La Fortaleza (fortress). It is the official residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico. The large white building on the hill to the left of the gate is Casa Blanca ("white house"). It was built in the 1520s by Juan Ponce de Leon when he was the first Spanish governor of Puerto Rico, but was not completed until after his death in 1521.

The Plaza de Armas is the open space in the center of the island. It was the main square, and the place where weapons were kept and the militia met. The Alcaldia (city hall) is there.

Cruise ships dock in the old harbor at the right. Many of the resort hotels are at the top right. The dark area in the center of the coast at the top of the photo is another fort, which I did not see. The new city of San Juan is to the right of this photo.

It was dark by the time I returned to the ship. I stopped for a beer at an outdoor tavern under the city wall, called "Princesa." It was in a park of the same name, on Paseo de la Princesa.

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Hôtel Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & SPA
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Hôtel Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & SPA (Ex Riad Salam ), Boulevard de la Corniche, Dar-el-Beida, Morocco

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Jeff Koons / St James’ Square
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Balloon Flower (Magenta) by Jeff Koons.

Taking a break from all my shots of The Scallop, here’s another scultpure. I caught this on it’s last day on public display in St James’s Square before it was auctioned for £12.9m at Christie’s (check out the security guard caught in it’s magenta glow).

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The sun sets across the Discworld…
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Image taken from page 323 of ‘Round the world with General Grant. A narrative of the visit of General U. S. Grant … to various countries … in 1877, 1878, 1879. To which are added certain conversations with General Grant on questions connected with Ame
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Title: "Round the world with General Grant. A narrative of the visit of General U. S. Grant … to various countries … in 1877, 1878, 1879. To which are added certain conversations with General Grant on questions connected with American politics and history … With … illustrations"
Author: YOUNG, John Russell.
Contributor: GRANT, Ulysses Simpson – President of the United States of America
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10026.l.7."
Volume: 01
Page: 323
Place of Publishing: New York
Date of Publishing: 1879
Publisher: American News Company
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 004002305

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The Intersection
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Today we have a new photo from downtown Tokyo. By now, you have probably figured out that I just can’t get enough of these downtown shots. Each angle is nice and different in its own way. Sometimes I like to freeze the action, and sometimes I like to let it flow. It totally depends on my mood when I am shooting.

While I am there, I usually have a pretty good idea of how I want to execute the post-processing. It changes the way I take the shots. For example, if I want the action frozen, I’ll crank up the ISO so that the people don’t drag across the shutter too much. I have my 5 exposures so that the +2 (the longest) fires first. So I know if the middle exposure (the anchor, I call it) has a shutter that is open too long. I can just hear it. If it feels too long, I double the ISO and it halves the shutter speed of the anchor. This is always my action/reaction when shooting in aperture priority.

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Circumnavigating the Lake
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This is yet another glacier-filled lake in the mountains between Chile & Argentina. I got up pretty high on a short hike to get this shot. I had seen this bright tuft of red leaves and wanted to work it into the final product. We were on the edge of autumn and a few leaves were starting to change colors. Most of the leaves were not in any interesting compositional angles or were impossible to get near! So this one took a bit of a hike to find and set up…

Also, thanks to everyone on Twitter and Facebook that became agitated when the cop threatened to arrest me because I looked like a professional photographer with my tripod in front of the Coke museum. Anyway, Coke saw the message on Twitter and via several emails that were sent in – so thank you Gail and all the others that helped! Props to Coke Social Media (see down in comment 55) for the response.

And last, I’ll be on FOX here in Austin this (Tuesday) morning for the morning news… A little interview at sunrise. It’s midnight and I should be asleep right now… okay here I go.

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Image from page 210 of “Boston City Council proceedings, summary minutes of the Board of Aldermen” (1826)

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Title: Boston City Council proceedings, summary minutes of the Board of Aldermen
Year: 1826 (1820s)
Authors: Boston (Mass.). Board of Aldermen
Subjects: Boston (Mass.)–Politics and Government Boston (Mass.). City Council
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Only for a Moth-ProofChest ~ Protect your clothing from Moths and savethe cost of new garments. The Quaker moth-proof chest holds 4 or 5 suits or furs or over-coats. Clothes he flat and smooth. Quakermoth-proof chests are vermin-proof and rat-Proof because saturated with moth-tar<om-pounrt used by U. S. Government to protectIts army blankets. Ours sell on sight. En-close (i.oo; if in Canada send fi.jo for bestmoth-proof chest made. We want agentseverywhere. Mon<*y hark if not satisfied. PARK NOVELTY CO.1217 Noble Street ? Philadelphia. Pa.

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