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Images Dated 18th December 2008

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Kintai bridge Iwakuni, Japan, early 20th century Featured 18 Dec 2008 Print

Kintai bridge Iwakuni, Japan, early 20th century

Kintai bridge, Iwakuni, Japan, early 20th century. Kintai bridge this Japanese architect model crosses Nishiki river, Suo. Total length of the bridge 750 feet, the highest above water 78 feet. The bridge, consisting of a series of five wooden arches, was first constructed in 1673. It was destroyed in a typhoon in 1950 but was rebuilt three years later

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Airmen push out a pallet of donated goods over the Island of Yap from a C-130 Hercules Featured 18 Dec 2008 Print

Airmen push out a pallet of donated goods over the Island of Yap from a C-130 Hercules

December 19, 2008 - Airmen wait for the right moment to push a boxed pallet of donated supplies from a C-130 Hercules over the remote Island of Yap to be dropped during the 2008 Operation Christmas Drop. Operation Christmas Drop is the Air Forcea??s longest-running humanitarian mission which began in 1952. Airmen today continue the tradition delivering supplies to remote islands of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Yap, Palau, Chuuk and Pohnpei.
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(U.S. Air Force photo/ Master Sgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald) released

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Burning John Jays effigy, c1794 (c1880).Artist: Hooper Featured 18 Dec 2008 Print

Burning John Jays effigy, c1794 (c1880).Artist: Hooper

Burning John Jay's effigy, c1794 (c1880). One of the Founding Fathers of the United States, John Jay served as the chief negotiator on the American side for the Treaty of London, signed in 1794 between Britain and the United States. The treaty was very unpopular with some elements of the population, for whom Jay became a hate figure. A print from Cassell's History of the United States, by Edmund Ollier, Volume II, Cassell Petter and Galpin, London, c1880

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