Gun and Splint

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Gun and Splint
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Assault Rifle AK-47, 1945-7
Designer: Mikhail Kalashnikov (1919-2013)
Manufacturer: unknown, China
This effortless to use, inexpensive to generate, Soviet design is the most extensively utilised weapon in the planet. It is popularwith soldiers for its robust qualities that enables it to function, with no jamming or overheating below intense circumstances, sustaining exemplary reliability. The forged steel and wood or plywood design weighs just more than 4kg.

Leg splint, 1942
Designer: Charles Eames (1907-78) and Ray Eames (1912-88)
Manufacture: Evans Products, Moulded Plywood Division, USA
In the course of Planet War II, Charles and Ray Eames created a lightweight but rigid leg splint for the US Navy. Utilized to transport the wounded, the affordable, mass-created plywood developed replaced the earlier metal version a material then in short supply. The encounter of experimenting with moulded plywood production led the Eames’s to design and style of a series of influential plywood furniture.
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Image from web page 241 of “Trustworthy cook book” (1878)
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Title: Trustworthy cook book
Year: 1878 (1870s)
Authors: Silleck, Willie, Miss., [from old catalog] comp
Subjects: Cookery, American cbk
Publisher: New York, D. H. Gildersleeve &amp co., printers
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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No. ten WALL STREET, Will give cautious attention to the Purcliase and Sale of STOCKS, BONDS OR GOLD, on commission, making advances on very same when desired. EDWARD MILLER &amp CO. B five No. 35 WARREN STREET, Cor. Church Street, NEW YORK.

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Paint Performs : Horatio and Jane Streets, New York. ARTISTS Supplies. F. &amp CO.. Oor* Fulton a.n«l WilliaiiB «tsi«, New ITork, manUVacturees ofARTISTS OIL COLORS, IN TUBES CANVAS, ACADEMY BOARDS, MILLBOARDS, ANDOIL-SKETCHING PAPERS Fine Brushes for Oil and Water Colour Painting. Varnishes, Water Colour Liquids, Oils, Etc. Drawiiig Papers, Sketching Books and Blocks, Pencils, Mathematical Instruments, Charcoal and Crayon Drawing Components, Illustrated Books on Art, Folding and Studio Easels,Drawing Boards, Studies, Manikins and Lay-Figures, Out-of-door Sketching Boxes.WINSOR &amp NEWTONSCAKE AN» MOIST AVATER COLORS,Tube Colors, Canvas, and so on. also, French and GermanGoods.SCULPTORS TOOLS, MODELING WAX AND CLAY. PLASTER CASTS FOR MODELS.ANTIQUE POTTERY AND PORCELAIN TILES, with components for Pottery and China Decoration.Fresco Desigus aud Colora, aud Brushes for Fresco aud Scenic rainting. WAX FLOWER SUPPLIES : COLORS, TOOLS, MOULDS AND BRUSHES. Makers of WHITE LEAD, ZINO W

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Image from page 139 of “The National cyclopædia of American biography : becoming the history of the United States as illustrated in the lives of the founders, builders, and defenders of the republic, and of the males and females who are performing the perform and mouldi
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Title: The National cyclopædia of American biography : becoming the history of the United States as illustrated in the lives of the founders, builders, and defenders of the republic, and of the males and ladies who are performing the operate and moulding the believed of the present time, edited by distinguished biographers, chosen from every single state, revised and approved by the most eminent historians, scholars, and statesmen of the day
Year: 1893 (1890s)
Authors: Derby, George White, James Terry, 1845-1920
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Publisher: New York : J. T. White company
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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lyhe favored the whig celebration religiou,sly he was aCongregationalist and contributed largely to thebuilding of the present Congregational church edi-fice of Thomaston. He was twice married: first toPhilena Tuttle, daughter of Lemuel and Lydia Tut-tle, Apr. 20, 1808. She died March 12, 1810. Hewas married on Apr. 14, 1811, to Laura Andrews,daughter of William and Submit Andrews. Shedied July 12, 1871. He was the father of nine chil-dren, 3 of whom died in September, 1815, in theyear memorable as that of the dysentery scourge.He died Jan. 29, 1859. THOMAS, Seth, manufacturer, was bom at Ply-mouth Hollow, Conn., Dec. 31, 1816, son of SethThomas. He enlarged and made great increase-ments in his father s factory, and introduced theSeth Thomas clocks into all components of the world, in-cluding the remote countries of China and Japan.He prided himself on having made each type of time-piece from the most delicate watch to a town clock.He died at his residence in Thomaston, Conn., Apr.28, 1888.

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