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DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

DAILY MENU [held by] AERATED BREAD COMPANY [at] "LONDON,ENGLAND" (REST;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

DAILY MENU [held by] AERATED BREAD COMPANY [at] "LONDON,ENGLAND" (REST;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Oven for baking bread belonging to Fortuna family, Hammond, Louisiana

Oven for baking bread belonging to Fortuna family, Hammond, Louisiana

Bread Store, 259 Bleecker Street, Manhattan.

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Frank's sluice looking toward sea; Tent and logs, windmill etc. Frank was near here; Interior of camp, looking East toward bunks of Friedel, Muzzy, and Pomeroy; Interior of camp looking West, toward Buckingham and Downs' cots. Frank's home-made bread just from oven, on table.

Diary entries : October 26, 1918 Staden, Belgium; photographs depicting nurses holding loaf of bread, soldiers and troop train.

Abigail

Bread Store, 259 Bleecker Street, Manhattan

Roadside café, Damascus. The man in the foreground is selling thin loaves of wheaten bread, slightly spread with butter and grape syrup and sprinkled with sessame seed. He calls out every now and then, in a plaintive voice, "God is the nourisher! Buy my bread!"

Loaf of bread from Pompeii

[Indian art of making the Mandihoka fit for bread.]

Historiated initial of a cleric (rather than the soldier of the word problem that the image illustrates) handing a round bread to a girl.

Roman bakery

Recipes: cards with text; depicting eggs, lobster, lettuce, bread, butter and a woman in a kitchen stirring ingredients.

Rubric and full-page miniature showing God showering down bread.

[An advertisement for Fleischmann's Zwieback depicting their Centennial Exposition building, various eating occasions : on a picnic, on a boat, in the dining room, for a sick man in bed and as a snack for a young girl.]

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Hot lunches are served on the job by colored vendors; Soups, beans, and coffee were their menu, with occasional corn bread and succotash; Emergency office space construction; Washington, D.C.; Dec., 1941.

Genl. Knyphausen's trick of buttering his bread with his thumb ; according to Philadelphia tradition of the British occupation of 1777.

Saint Elisabeth distributing bread

A bread seller of Santo Domingo.

The Prophet Elijah Receiving Bread from the Raven in a Landscape with Mountains and a River

Navajo Women Baking Bread

DAILY MENU [held by] AERATED BREAD COMPANY [at] "LONDON,ENGLAND" (REST;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

Oven for baking bread belonging to Fortuna family, Hammond, Louisiana

Bread Store, 259 Bleecker Street, Manhattan

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

DAILY MENU [held by] AERATED BREAD COMPANY [at] "LONDON,ENGLAND" (REST;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

Oven for baking bread belonging to Fortuna family, Hammond, Louisiana

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

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