Mauritius Port-Louis Part 2

Mauritius Port-Louis Part 2

Check out these car insurance images: Mauritius Port-Louis Part 2 Image by Isla-Mauricia Image from page 14 of “Scientific American Volume 25 Number 21 (November 1871)” (1871) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: scientific-american-1871-11-18 Title: Scientific American Volume 25 Number 21 (November 1871) Year: 1871 (1870s) Authors: Subjects: patent scientific steam center tion valve fireproof iron scientific american patents psychic force nitric acid xew york wrought iron vander weyde sir john cloth strip insurance companies hot air Publisher: 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: and all articlesneedful in Machine or Railroad Repair Shops. 126 and128 Chambers st., New York. MODELS, PATTERNS, EXPERIMENTAL,and other machinery, Models for the Patent Office,built to order by HOLSKE MACHINE CO., Nos. 528, 5BLand 532 Water st., near Jefferson. Refer to Scientific)American olllce. 14 tf Andrews Patents. Noiseless, Friction (Grooved* Portable, andWarehouse Hoisters. Friction or Geared Mining & Quarry Holsters. Smii ke-Burnintf Safety Boilers. Osci Hating Engines, Double and Single, 1-2 tolUO-Ilorse power, Centrifugal Pumps, 100 to 100,000 Gallonsper [Himite, Best Pumps in the World, passMud, Sand, Gravel, Coal, Grain, etc., with-out injury. A11 Light, Simple, Durable, and Economical. Send lor Circulars. WM. D. ANDREWS & BRO., 414 Water street, New York. from 50 cts. 12 SAMPLES sent (postage paid) for FiftyCents, that retail easily for Ten Dollars.B. L. WOLCOTT. No. 181 Chatham Square, N.Y. Peteler Portable Railroad Company, OFFICE, 42 BKOADWAY, NEW YORK. Text Appearing After Image: TO...
Cool Co Car Insurance images

Cool Co Car Insurance images

A few nice co car insurance images I found: Image from page 1005 of “Polk’s real estate register and directory of the United States and Canada” (1911) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: polksrealestater00unse Title: Polk’s real estate register and directory of the United States and Canada Year: 1911 (1910s) Authors: Subjects: Real estate business Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : R.L. Polk & Co. Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive 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: We have 160,000 acres of wild and improved land for sale from to per acre, on easy terms of payment. We are in a position to place good sound investments that will yieldlarge incomes. YOUR CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. FERRIS & RANSOM REAL ESTATE Loans, Insurance, Conveyancing, Notary PublicNANTON, – – ALBERTA 1968 (1911) POLKS REAL, ESTATE REGISTER LA GRANGE —. ;—~_ :.-.,.™_—^ — „„ , „ Text Appearing After Image: Calgarys largest restricted suburb is one mile long and one-half mile wide,It lies to the north of our city on a gentle slope and every lot is a magnificentview point. Broadway Boulevard is 110 feet wide, two miles long and is partly plantedwith a double row of fine trees. Space has been provided for a double street-car track between the rows of trees and at each entrance to the Boulevard adouble arch is under construction, each one costing ,500. This thoroughfare hasbeen graded...
How Long Term Care Insurance Partnership Works?

How Long Term Care Insurance Partnership Works?

by Elva Keaton How Long Term Care Insurance Partnership Works? Many middle-income Americans are torn into pieces when the need for long term care occurs. Everybody knows that long term care falls heavily during ages 50 to 60, and the prices for these facilities can ruin ones finances. Another caveat is the scant support from government to help middle and low income earners from continuing their care either in a nursing home or in a community. Although Medicaid was established to solve the problem on LTC, many middle-income people are disheartened from applying for Medicaid because of the latters onerous qualification standards. Medicaid favours low-income people, while middle-income people endure the daunting long term care costs or, otherwise, dissipate their assets in exchange for Medicaid coverage. The inception of Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 created a plausible program called the Long Term Care Insurance Partnership. The primary goal of the program is to create collaboration between the state government and private insurance companies to encourage the sale of long term care insurance, while at the same time reduce the weight on Medicaid in paying the countrys most expensive health care. Qualified partnership policies must meet special state requirements. Although policies may vary from state to state, most partnership policies should have comprehensive benefits that range from institutional to home care services, must be tax-qualified, provide consumer protection, and incorporate inflation protection. The only discrepancy of partnership policies in some states is the amount of inflation protection. All partnership policies must be approved by State, and the state should educate and encourage the public to consider this financing option. Partnership...
Ho3 Policy: An open peril insurance

Ho3 Policy: An open peril insurance

by Internet Archive Book Images Ho3 Policy: An open peril insurance HO3 policy is a special type of policy that covers your home and also detached structures against any damage or loss caused by a peril as listed in your policy. HO3 policy is most commonly purchased by homeowners and has the provision to get much exclusion covered with special endorsements. What are the exclusions in HO3 policy? Normally HO3 policy is known as a ‘broad-risk form’ since it covers all perils except the exclusions of the policy. This is the reason why this policy is the most commonly bought policy amongst home owners. The exclusions in HO3 policy includes: 1. Flood 2. Earthquake 3. Theft from an ‘under construction’ building 4. Vandalism and malicious mischief in case the building has not been occupied for more than 30 days 5. Freezing of pipes in a vacant or under construction building 6. Freezing, pressure from thawing or weight of water on a fence, patio, swimming pool, pavement or dock 7. Rodent infestation, deterioration, settling, bulging, crackling or expansion of the walls in the pavement, the wall or the foundation of the building or any damage caused to pets 8. Building or other structures used for business 9. Any damage that is caused purposefully 10. War 11. Nuclear accidents 12. Damage to animals, birds and fish 13. Damage to trucks, motorcycles, motorcycles, vans and boats 14. Failure to protect property after a loss Ho3 policy is an open perils policy and would cover you for all perils that are not excluded in the policy. The main difference between an open peril...
Detail, Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company Door (Philadelphia, PA)

Detail, Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company Door (Philadelphia, PA)

Check out these insurance images: Detail, Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company Door (Philadelphia, PA) Image by takomabibelot See also: www.flickr.com/photos/tilaneseven/584003590/ Here’s a 1930 photo of the building: books.google.com/books?id=hlv8HKa3sdAC&pg=PA32&dq… But what artist did the bronze doors? And what the heck are these guys doing, anyway? 50 Yardley Road, Acocks Green – Prudent House – Adler Insurance Brokers Ltd Image by ell brown This is 50 Yardley Road, opposite the Baptist Church on Yardley Road in Acocks Green. Also known as Prudent House. Currently occupied by Adler Insurance Brokers Ltd. It is on the corner with Elmdon Road. Locally listed as Grade A. Built for John Nicol by Essex, Nicol and Goodman, c. 1903. A detached residential property on corner plot, brick ground floor, render upper. Tile hanging to gables. Original ornate fenestration comprising leaded coloured glass. 2 ornate bays with buff terracotta dressings, square stone portico. Coach house converted to ground floor room. Stylistic mix of Arts and Crafts and Edwardian influences. To rear an addition c. 1980 of similar scale, massing and materials. Further alterations have been made. Acocks Green locally listed Sign of Adler Insurance Brokers Ltd On the 10th Day of Spring, Mother Nature Gave to Me… Image by gfpeck Active Assignment Weekly Mar 28-Apr 4: Minimal Color The Assignment: Minimal natural color: Color is beautiful, but photos with a minimum of color can be fascinating as well. The assignment this week is to take a photograph with minimal color; to let the composition control the scene– the votes will be the judge on how well you did. Restriction: No desaturation in post-processing. You must find the...