"Reddy Kilowatt" Short Advertisement
Celilo Falls Fishing on the Columbia River, Oregon (gallery)
Political Cartoons and Standard Oil (gallery)
"Power to Win: 10 Years of TVA" WWII Poster
"Electric power is a weapon of war." WWII Poster
“Out of water power... comes air power. This is a TVA war job.”
Blank Coal Labor Contract, 1920s
Arthur Kilgore Mine Scrip Collection
Rural Electrification and the Tennessee Valley Authority (gallery)
Rural Electrification Posters, 1930s-1940s (gallery)
Grand Coulee Dam (gallery)
Horses at War (gallery)
Child Labor, Pennsylvania Coal Mines (gallery)
Horses in Agriculture (gallery)
Vacuum Cleaner Advertisements, Good Housekeeping, 1920s
Horses in the City (gallery)
"'O' is the Oil Trust, a modern Bill Sikes"
Rev. John McDowell, "Life of a Coal Miner," 1902
Theodore Roosevelt, Remarks at Symphony Hall, Boston, August 25, 1902.
Ida M. Tarbell, "The History of the Standard Oil Company," 1904.
Eugene Debs remembers the Molly Maguires, 1907.
Coal miners working inside the mine, 1908 (gallery)
Samuel Insull, "The Obligations of Monopoly Must be Accepted," 1910.
Standard Oil Co. v. United States, 221 U.S. 1 (1910)
New York Edison, “Recipes for cooking by electricity," 1911.
Stonega Coal Mines and Company Camp, 1915-1930 (gallery)
"The Utilization of the Sun's Energy," The Electrical Experimenter, March 1916.
Benjamin Lamme, "Electricity the Beneficient," Electrical Experimenter, 1916.
Minna Irving, "King Gasoline," Leslie's Weekly, August 24, 1916.
"Time and Tractors Essence of Food Problem," New York Times 1917.
"Heavy Oil Engines Are Growing in Popularity," Wall Street Journal, 1917.
Laying out Fields for Tractor Plowing
New York Electrical Show Illustration, 1919.
Oil Industry's War Policy to Continue
Mrs. W. C. Lathrop's letter thanking Thomas Edison for electricity, 1921
Henry Ford and Mechanization
Statement of Mr. J. P. Luterancik before the House Committee on Labor, April 1922
Editorial, "Muscle Shoals-- Ours," The Nation, 1924.
Florence Reece, "Which Side Are You On?"
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, "A Suggestion for Legislation to Create the Tennessee Valley Authority," 1933.
Two Letters to the United Mine Workers Journal
TVA, "Toward an Electrified America," 1934
John D. Battle, Executive Secretary of the National Coal Association, Statement on Tennessee Valley Authority, 1935.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Boulder Dam Dedication Speech, Sept. 30, 1935
Tennessee Valley, 1936
Boulder Dam, 1937
Home Owners' Loan Corporation Map, New Haven, CT 1937
W.P.A. Federal Theatre Project Living Newspaper, "Power" by Arthur Arent
George Fred Keck (Keck and Keck Architects), Sloan House, Glenview, Illinois, 1939
Letter from Albert Einstein to Franklin D. Roosevelt, August 2, 1939 on the potential power of a nuclear bomb
George Fred Keck (Keck and Keck Architects), Duncan House, near Chicago, Illinois, 1941
Woody Guthrie, "Grand Coulee Dam," Lyrics, 1941.
Ansel Adams, Boulder Dam, 1941.
"When you ride ALONE you ride with Hitler!" U.S. Government Propaganda Poster, 1943.
David Dietz, "Atomic Energy in the Coming Era," 1945.
"One Victory Not Yet Won," New York Times, August 12, 1945.
Mahatma Gandhi on the Perils and Possibilities of Atoms
Southern California Edison Co. Transmission System Map, 1947
Louis Kahn and Oscar Stonorov, Pennsylvania Solar House, 1947
Eleanor Raymond and Maria Telkes, Dover Sun House, Dover Massachusetts, 1948
The Columbia: America’s Greatest Power Stream
Casablanca Solar House, 1958
Upper Columbia United Tribes, "Grand Coulee and the Forgotten Tribe"
Horse and Mule Population Statistics
United States Horse and Mule Population, 1840-1920.