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Cool Reverse Mortgage images

Cool Reverse Mortgage images

Some cool reverse mortgage images:

Reverse Mortgage Piggy Bank
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Image by aag_photos
Image of Reverse Mortgage and Piggy Bank

When using this image please provide photo credit (link) to: www.aag.com per these terms: www.aag.com/retirement-reverse-mortgage-pictures

Nest Egg of Cash
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Image by aag_photos
Cash in a Nest.

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Cool Rewards Credit Card images

Cool Rewards Credit Card images

Some cool incentives bank card pictures:

Carbon fiber organisation card by Pure Steel Cards
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Cool Consumer Credit images

Cool Consumer Credit images

Check out these consumer credit images:

Consumer Credit as of June 2011
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Image by eric731
On August 5th, the Federal Reserve released its latest preliminary findings of revolving consumer credit, better known as credit card debt. Credit card debt was up for the month of June 2011 by a whopping 7.9 percent. That was the largest growth in credit card debt this year.

Unfortunately, non-revolving consumer credit went up as well by 7.6 percent in June. That means that the amount of auto loans, student loans, and boat loans went up steadily.

Therefore, overall consumer credit was up 7.7 percent in June which continues the 2011 trend of more consumer debt.

www.faithfulfinances.com/HouseholdDebt/HouseholdDebtClock…

Consumers Building
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Image by UIC Digital Collections
Creator: Jenny, Mundie, & Jensen (Consumers Building)

Description: View of the upper part of the Consumers Building (220 South State Street), at the northeast corner of State Street and W. Quincy Street.
Photograph credit: Brubaker, C. William, 1987

Date: 1913 (Consumers Building)
Geographic coverage: Loop (Chicago, Ill.)

Collection: C. William Brubaker Collection (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Repository: University of Illinois at Chicago. Library. [Visual Resources].
Credit Line: Cite as [creator]. [title]. [file name]. [collection].
Rights: This image may be used freely, with attribution, for research, study and educational purposes. For permission to publish, distribute, or use this image for any other purpose, please contact Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago Library, 801 South Morgan St., Chicago, IL 60607. Phone: (312) 996-2742; email: lib-permissions@uic.edu.
File Name: bru005_06_jF

For more images from the collection, visit collections.carli.illinois.edu/cdm4/index_uic_bru.php?CIS…

Data collection meeting
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Image by CIFOR
Facilitators: Raphael Tsanga, Senior Research Officer, Edouard Essiane Mendoula, Research Assistant – Data collection meeting on the flow of wood to the consumer.

Photo by Ollivier Girard/CIFOR

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If you use one of our photos, please credit it accordingly and let us know. You can reach us through our Flickr account or at: cifor-mediainfo@cgiar.org and m.edliadi@cgiar.org

Cool Bankruptcy images

Cool Bankruptcy images

A couple of good personal bankruptcy photos I located:

New University for Lease
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elliotharmon Completion of a period

Sign of the Times
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< img alt="personal bankruptcy"src ="https://www.freecreditreportcompare.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/3605181501_bff5ca82e3.jpg"size ="400"/ > Picture by cncphotos Hopefully these sort of signs won’t be up a lot longer.

Cool Credit Monitoring images

Cool Credit Monitoring images

Check out these credit monitoring images:

SETI – The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
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Image by encouragement
"The search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) is the collective name for a number of activities undertaken to search for intelligent extraterrestrial life. SETI projects use scientific methods in this search. For example, electromagnetic radiation is monitored for signs of transmissions from civilizations on other worlds. Some of the most well-known projects are run by Harvard University, the University of California, Berkeley, or the SETI Institute. In 1995, the United States federal government ceased funding to SETI projects, forcing them to turn to private funding to continue the search, though in recent years, government funding of SETI has resumed at modest levels."

"There are great challenges in searching the cosmos for signs of intelligent life, including their identification and interpretation. SETI projects use the best available scientific knowledge to conduct experiments, which has traditionally led to searches for electromagnetic radiation emitted by advanced technologies."

-From Wikipedia … the rest of the article is here:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SETI

Credit to: Jose Maria Cuellar
www.flickr.com/people/cuellar/
Under Creative Commons License 2.0: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/
Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 Generic as of August 16, 2014
For adaptation of his photo entitled: “Is anyone out there?”
www.flickr.com/photos/cuellar/4116226205
Whereby the portion depicting the radio telescope was first copied and then modified for this image.

All users must grant full credit to all authors and re-license the image (altered or not) via the same Creative Commons license.

Archive: Gulf of Finland (NASA, International Space Station, 07/10/05)
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Image by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center
Editor’s Note: for World Water Day, a beautiful retro image from 2005, showing the sunglinted waters of the Gulf of Finland. If water could be set on fire…this is how it would look.

The Gulf of Finland is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 11 crew member on the international space station. This strongly oblique view shows the Gulf of Finland and Lake Ladoga in the sunglint of late afternoon. The image was taken from the station when the position of the craft lay north of the Caspian Sea, approximately 2,500 kilometers to the southeast on the Russia–Kazakhstan border.

The Neva River appears in sunglint, connecting Lake Ladoga to the gulf. Although not visible, St. Petersburg—the home town of Sergei Krikalev, space station commander when this picture was taken—lies on the Neva River delta. In this view taken with a powerful 400 millimeter lens, sunglint even reveals the causeways to Kotlin Island in the gulf—including some of the details of their construction.

Oblique views reveal marked layers of gray haze generated by air pollution, a common sight over Western Europe. Pollution also renders the bright glint areas a copper color.

About Crew Earth Observations:

In Crew Earth Observations (CEO), crewmembers on the International Space Station (ISS) photograph the Earth from their unique point of view located 200 miles above the surface. Photographs record how the planet is changing over time, from human-caused changes like urban growth and reservoir construction, to natural dynamic events such as hurricanes, floods and volcanic eruptions. A major emphasis of CEO is to monitor disaster response events in support of the International Disaster Charter (IDC). CEO imagery provides researchers on Earth with key data to understand the planet from the perspective of the ISS. Crewmembers have been photographing Earth from space since the early Mercury missions beginning in 1961. The continuous images taken from the ISS ensure this record remains unbroken.

Image credit: NASA

Original image:
spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-11/html/…

More about space station research:
www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/index.html

View more photos like this in the "NASA Earth Images" Flickr photoset:
www.flickr.com/photos/28634332@N05

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These official NASA photographs are being made available for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photographs. The photographs may not be used in materials, advertisements, products, or promotions that in any way suggest approval or endorsement by NASA. All Images used must be credited. For information on usage rights please visit: www.nasa.gov/audience/formedia/features/MP_Photo_Guidelin…

Cool Credit Agencies images

Cool Credit Agencies images

Various good credit bureaus pictures i came across:

Mrs. Brooks Martin, Jackie and Kathy (twins). 1st place winners, Family Group, Alcorn County Farm Bureau, Corinth.
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Image by Mississippi Department of Archives and History
Range: Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation Range
Call quantity: PI/2010.0002/Series II
System ID: 106494.
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Mrs. Brooks Martin, Jackie and Kathy (twins). first destination winners, Family Group, Alcorn County Farm Bureau, Corinth.

Please see our profile page for information about ordering.

Scanned as TIFF in 2011/10/17 by MDAH.

Credit: Courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History

Sisyrinchium
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Image by BLMOregon
Scientific name: Sisyrinchium
Typical name: Blue-Eyed Lawn

Spring is here now while the flowers come in complete bloom at certainly one of Oregon’s normal treasures.

Located on the western side of Eugene, Oregon, the western Eugene Wetlands (WEW) is a beautiful and unusual area of grassland habitats. Composed of not as much as one per cent for the initial indigenous wet prairie, the WEW hosts over 200 species of wildflowers, flowers, wild birds, and pets, including four threatened and endangered species: Fender’s blue butterfly, Kincaid’s lupine, Bradshaw’s lomatium, and Willamette daisy.

The BLM’s Eugene District, in collaboration along with other Rivers to Ridges lovers, works to protect and restore this important wetland ecosystem into the Southern Willamette Valley. This excellent project requires national, condition, and neighborhood agencies, along with non-profit companies, working together to control places and resources in an urban area for numerous general public benefits. Each year, Willamette sources & Educational system (WREN) provides hands-on, minds-on ecological knowledge to over 1,500 neighborhood students.

Picture credits: Christine Williams, Mackenzie Cowan, Sandra Miles, Sally Villegas, and West Eugene Wetlands staff.

For directions or even to prepare a visit into West Eugene Wetlands: on.doi.gov/10IIPkt

34434705605_7e206eba21_o
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Image by United States Division of State
Ca’s Temblor Number

Radiant splashes of shade from the Temblor Range throughout the Super Bloom in Carrizo Plain nationwide Monument.

The 2017 Superbloom over the southwest ended up being someone to bear in mind. Visitors to secure managed by the Bureau of Land Management in Arizona, Ca, and Nevada recorded the Superbloom following annually of unprecedented precipitation when you look at the western with amazing photographs while the hashtag #TracktheBloom. Participating people in the general public submitted pictures regarding the superbloom on a regular basis together with #TracktheBloom promotion has received impressive media coverage through the New York instances, the Washington Post, the l . a . instances, and ABC News, to call just a couple of.

Photo credit: croft.de via Bureau of Land Management

www.flickr.com/photos/mypubliclands/34434705605/

Cool Second Mortgage images

Cool Second Mortgage images

Some cool second mortgage images:

Franklin and Eleanor (FDR Bio, part 1)
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Image by Tony Fischer Photography
(FDR Biography, Part One)

Franklin D. Roosevelt was born in Hyde Park, New York on January 30, 1882, the son of James Roosevelt and Sara Delano Roosevelt. His parents and private tutors provided him with almost all his formative education. He attended Groton (1896-1900), a prestigious preparatory school in Massachusetts, and received a BA degree in history from Harvard in only three years (1900-03). Roosevelt next studied law at New York’s Columbia University. When he passed the bar examination in 1907, he left school without taking a degree. For the next three years he practiced law with a prominent New York City law firm. He entered politics in 1910 and was elected to the New York State Senate as a Democrat from his traditionally Republican home district.

In the meantime, in 1905, he had married a distant cousin, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, who was the niece of President Theodore Roosevelt. The couple had six children, five of whom survived infancy: Anna (1906), James (1907), Elliott (1910), Franklin, Jr. (1914) and John (1916).

Roosevelt was reelected to the State Senate in 1912, and supported Woodrow Wilson’s candidacy at the Democratic National Convention. As a reward for his support, Wilson appointed him Assistant Secretary of the Navy in 1913, a position he held until 1920. He was an energetic and efficient administrator, specializing in the business side of naval administration. This experience prepared him for his future role as Commander-in-Chief during World War II. Roosevelt’s popularity and success in naval affairs resulted in his being nominated for vice-president by the Democratic Party in 1920 on a ticket headed by James M. Cox of Ohio. However, popular sentiment against Wilson’s plan for US participation in the League of Nations propelled Republican Warren Harding into the presidency, and Roosevelt returned to private life.

While vacationing at Campobello Island, New Brunswick in the summer of 1921, Roosevelt contracted poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis). Despite courageous efforts to overcome his crippling illness, he never regained the use of his legs. In time, he established a foundation at Warm Springs, Georgia to help other polio victims, and inspired, as well as directed, the March of Dimes program that eventually funded an effective vaccine.

With the encouragement and help of his wife, Eleanor, and political confidant, Louis Howe, Roosevelt resumed his political career. In 1924 he nominated Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York for president at the Democratic National Convention, but Smith lost the nomination to John W. Davis. In 1928 Smith became the Democratic candidate for president and arranged for Roosevelt’s nomination to succeed him as governor of New York. Smith lost the election to Herbert Hoover; but Roosevelt was elected governor.

Following his reelection as governor in 1930, Roosevelt began to campaign for the presidency. While the economic depression damaged Hoover and the Republicans, Roosevelt’s bold efforts to combat it in New York enhanced his reputation. In Chicago in 1932, Roosevelt won the nomination as the Democratic Party candidate for president. He broke with tradition and flew to Chicago to accept the nomination in person. He then campaigned energetically calling for government intervention in the economy to provide relief, recovery, and reform. His activist approach and personal charm helped to defeat Hoover in November 1932 by seven million votes.

The Depression worsened in the months preceding Roosevelt’s inauguration, March 4, 1933. Factory closings, farm foreclosures, and bank failures increased, while unemployment soared. Roosevelt faced the greatest crisis in American history since the Civil War. He undertook immediate actions to initiate his New Deal. To halt depositor panics, he closed the banks temporarily. Then he worked with a special session of Congress during the first "100 days" to pass recovery legislation which set up alphabet agencies such as the AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Administration) to support farm prices and the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) to employ young men. Other agencies assisted business and labor, insured bank deposits, regulated the stock market, subsidized home and farm mortgage payments, and aided the unemployed. These measures revived confidence in the economy. Banks reopened and direct relief saved millions from starvation. But the New Deal measures also involved government directly in areas of social and economic life as never before and resulted in greatly increased spending and unbalanced budgets which led to criticisms of Roosevelt’s programs. However, the nation-at-large supported Roosevelt, elected additional Democrats to state legislatures and governorships in the mid-term elections.

Another flurry of New Deal legislation followed in 1935 including the establishment of the Works Projects Administration (WPA) which provided jobs not only for laborers but also artists, writers, musicians, and authors, and the Social Security act which provided unemployment compensation and a program of old-age and survivors’ benefits.

Roosevelt easily defeated Alfred M. Landon in 1936 and went on to defeat by lesser margins, Wendell Willkie in 1940 and Thomas E. Dewey in 1944. He thus became the only American president to serve more than two terms.

(Part Two of this biography is posted under the photo of their grave)

source: FDR library
photo: FDR collection, Hyde Park

Cool Identity Theft Protection images

Cool Identity Theft Protection images

A few good identity theft protection photos I located:

Hacker stealing info
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