Where can you find a picture of the SS Henry J. Raymond Liberty ship?
SS Henry J. Raymond, hull number 0442, was launched December 17, 1944. She was named for Henry Jarvis Raymond (1820-1869), editor and owner of the New York Times, and a supporter of Abraham Lincoln. According to the Wikipedia List of Liberty Ships referenced below, SS Henry J. Raymond survived WW2 and was sold privately after the war. She was scrapped in 1972.
No photographs of SS Henry J. Raymond could be found online. There are only two Liberties afloat as museum ships in the U.S.: the SS Jeremiah O'Brien in San Francisco; and the SS John W. Brown in Baltimore. Since all the Liberties were built on the same last, a photograph of SS John W. Brown at the Related Link below should look the same as SS Henry J. Raymond. There are a number of photos of Liberties in civilian life after the war at another Related Link below.
Half dollars carried a picture of Miss Liberty from 1794 to 1947 and still have the word LIBERTY on them so the term "liberty half dollar" is far too broad to give an accurate answer. Please post a new question with the coin's date. If you can find a mint mark letter include that information as well.
These coins were actually called "Large Cents" and were about the size of a half dollar. They had a picture of Miss Liberty on the front and ONE CENT in a wreath on the back. I couldn't find a picture of an 1844 coin but the same design was used in other years. Please see the link below for a picture of an 1843 cent.
Silver quarters were struck from 1796 to 1964. ALL of them have the word Liberty and those struck up to 1930 also have a picture of Miss Liberty, so you'll need to be a lot more specific. Please post a new question with the coin's date, how worn it is, and whether you can find a mint mark (a small D, O, S, or CC on the reverse side)
In 1878 dimes, quarters, halves, and dollars all had a picture of Miss Liberty, had the word Liberty on them, and were made of silver. Please post a new question with the coin's denomination. Also look on the back for a small S, O, or CC. If you find it, include that information in your new post - it's the mint mark and can have a big effect on the coin's value.
You first have to use the Mystery Gift Wi-Fi feature before April 10, 2011. You will then download a Liberty Pass. After downloading it, go to the nearest Pokemon Center and find the guy that gives you the pass (it will show you a picture of him after downloading the Liberty Pass). Then, go to Castelia City and on one of the docks, you can use the Liberty Pass on a ship to go to…
Elaboration: to think deeply about the concept and try to relate to things that are close to you Dual-coding theory: Forming semantic and visual codes remembering things by picturing a picture like the word liberty and right away think of the statue of liberty Self-referent encoding: find the information to your life things about yourself.