Image from page 348 of “A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania : from its first beginnings to the present time, including chapters of newly-discovered early Wyoming Valley history, together with many biographical sketches and much genealo

A few nice Tenants Rights images I found:

Image from page 348 of “A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania : from its first beginnings to the present time, including chapters of newly-discovered early Wyoming Valley history, together with many biographical sketches and much genealo
Tenants Rights
Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Identifier: historyofwilkesb06harv
Title: A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania : from its first beginnings to the present time, including chapters of newly-discovered early Wyoming Valley history, together with many biographical sketches and much genealogical material
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Harvey, Oscar Jewell, 1851-1922 Smith, Ernest Gray
Subjects:
Publisher: Wilkes-Barré : Raeder Press
Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Pittsburgh Library System

View Book Page: Book Viewer
About This Book: Catalog Entry
View All Images: All Images From Book

Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.

Text Appearing Before Image:
stationed in that section. In 1911 heentered the Law School of the University ofPennsylvania, and graduated three yearslater with the degree of Bachelor of Daws.In 1914 he was admitted to the bar, includingthe right to practice before the SupremeCourt of Pennsylvania and the various sub-ordinate courts and in June, 1919, he wasadmitted to practice before the SupremeCourt of the United States. After he resignedfrom the Navy he took an active interest inthe work of the National Guard of Penn-sylvania, which he served during 1912-13, andin which he attained the rank of lieutenant,when he resigned his commission to devotemore attention to the practice of the law.When the World ttar involved the UnitedStates in 1917 he was commissioned a lieu-tenant (junior grade) in the Navy as avolunteer, and was assigned to duty underAdmiral Leigh C. Palmer, chief of the Bureauof Navigation, Navy Department, at Wash-ington, District of Columbia, in connectionwith the organization and administration, of

Text Appearing After Image:
pj|i.i.i!i!iiiiiljiui.i,il,i:i.,iiillJiii,iil!iil;iiihiliill,iiil!lii!l!iii.i.. .liiiiiJiii.iliiiiiiiiiliiliililjii!iJii:liJiiilllJiiiliiajliillA ^Owf^^^^^ec^ the personnel of the United States NavalReserve Force, particularly in formulatingand executing- policies involving the entryof commissioned officers and their promotion.In 191S he received from Admiral Palmer(who later became president of the Emer-gency Fleet Corporation of the ShippingBoard) special letters of appreciation for hisvaluable work in the Bureau of Navigation intraining officers and men; a special letter in1919 from the Chief of the Bureau of Navi-gation for his service in the Bureau involvinghis actie and directing part in the organiza-tion and administration of the Naval ReserveForce during the World War; other lettersof appreciation on various phases of his serv-ice in World War duty. From lieutenant(junior grade) he was advanced to seniorgrade lieutenant, and thence to the rank oflieutenant-Commander, which he

Note About Images
Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability – coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

Franklin’s Philadelphia
Tenants Rights
Image by CaZaTo Ma
On the left: the "B. Free Franklin" Post Office, where your postcards are guaranteed to be hand cancelled. On the right: a house owned by Franklin and rented out to tenants.

Tenants’ Rights in D.C.
Tenants Rights
Image by KnowledgeCommonsDC
May 2014
Photos by Natalie Chwalisz

Comments are closed.