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Repairing Steel Casement Windows Clemson University Libraries Call number: i29.84/3-4: 19.
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2002-05
Repair and Retrofitting Industrial Steel Windows Clemson University Libraries Call number: i 29.84/3-4: 17.
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1989-08
Window in process of being made Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
Window Directory for Historic Buildings Clemson University Libraries Call number: i29.126: w72.
1996
Interior of Fort Jefferson Dry Tortugas National Park; National Park Service
Damaged window at Cowpens Cowpens National Battlefield
Window detail Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
Broken window in shed Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Door with windows Dry Tortugas National Park; National Park Service
Broken window wrapped in torn plastic Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Latched window Dry Tortugas National Park; National Park Service Close up of latched window
Broken windowpane Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Howser House break-ins
broken windowpane wooden house Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Howser House break-ins
Window of Powell House, Coolmore Plantation, Tarboro, North Carolina National Park Service Southeast Regional Office Coolmore, NC
Plan of high window, Castillo de San Marcos Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
Construction, superintendents residence, interior bedroom window, 1941 Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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1941-10
Broken windowpanes in wooden building Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Howser House break-ins
Broken windowpane on ground Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Howser House break-ins
Record of windows, room 29, Castillo de San Marcos, 1954 Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
Record of windows, room 29, Castillo de San Marcos, 1954 Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
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1954-03-15
Unidentified wood building with window, Crestmont, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Crestmont, III-L-17813
Buildings with open shutters Everglades National Park; National Park Service Fuch's property, Coot Bay. 3x5 black and white print.
Small building with wooden deck, Mount Sterling, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mount Sterling, NC, III-L-17979
Window of Byars-Ezell House Cowpens National Battlefield Byars-Ezell House, Cowpens National Battlefield, South Carolina, 1979.
Photograph of ranger by window Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Mark Woods, Chris Schofield & Wayne Turner
Porch of Byars-Ezell House Cowpens National Battlefield Byars-Ezell House, Cowpens National Battlefield, South Carolina, 1979.
View of many windows lining side of school, Cocke County Great Smoky Mountains National Park Taken for building disposal program.Laurel Springs School; Webb Springs School; Cocke County, III-B-3110, History - Buildings
View of windows on new construction, 1958 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Construction picture.Headquarters Seasonal Quarters - Unit A; Quarters No. 363-A, II-B-(2)-3613, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
1958
Main house northwest corner (bay window) Structures, Exterior (H. S. #1), Main House. Main house NW Corner (bay window).
Window addition for Mabry Mill coffee shop Blue Ridge Parkway Window Addition, Mabry Mill Coffee Shop, Virginia, Section 1T.
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1959-03-30
Brownlee caretakers house with missing windows and siding falling off, 1960 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Caretakers house with siding falling off and windows out.Brownlee Leasehold, II-B-(7)-3993, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Leaseholder buildings
1960-07
Damaged window showing position of truck Cowpens National Battlefield Show position subject vehicle rested S.C. P26146 Cissell 0725 8-28-78 Kodak B&W 400 Tri-X
View of large windows on side of two-story house, Hillside House, 1958 Great Smoky Mountains National Park View from down (picture window) side.Quarters No. 495 - Headquarters; Hillside house, II-B-(2)-3622, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
1958
Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Boucher standing together in front of building window, circa 1906 Fort Sumter National Monument Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Boucher. Mr. Boucher was Y.M.C.A. director.
Circa 1906
View of rear of building with large windows on corner, Cades Cove, Tennessee, 1959 Great Smoky Mountains National Park View of rear.Quarters No. 423; Cades Cove, II-B-(2)-3627, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Large house on right of image with three windows and two doorways, Mingus Creek Mill Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Mingus Creek Mill; Building No. 150, II-B-(5)-Mingus-3063, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved -Mingus Mill
Chimneys campground comfort station windows Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rehabilitation 1936 windows with sash Work Order #62.Chimneys Campground Comfort Stations, II-B-(4)-14118, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Visitor use buildings
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Circa 1963
Large house on left of image with three windows and two doorways on front, Mingus Creek Mill Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Mingus Creek Mill; Building No. 150, II-B-(5)-Mingus-3062, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved -Mingus Mill
Interior view of newly treated windows Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rehabilitation interior view looking toward entrance.Chimneys Campground Comfort Stations, II-B-(4)-14120, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Visitor use buildings
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1964-03
One man working on window while other man stands on ladder, Smokemont Camptender Quarters, North Carolina, 1958 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Construction.Smokemont Camptender Quarters; Building No. 366, II-B-(2)-3407, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
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1958-09

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