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Name 35th Division

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Image of 1926.28.388 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.388 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24596. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "First aid to the injured. Practice dressing the arm. 1st Lt. D.E. Wilhelm, Pvt, R.J. Stegenson, Cpl. T.V. Reid, and Pvt. E.D. Martin, patient. 137th Amb. Co. [137th Ambulance Compnay] Camp de Galbert, Ampheresbach, Germany. Aug. 31, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.389 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.389 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24580. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "A dressing station located near the front lines. Left to right: Sergt. James H. Hedderman, One hundred and thirty-eighth Ambulance Company; Pvt. Joseph M. Redford, One-hundred and thirty-eighth Ambulance Company; Pvt. Howard Moore, One hundred and thirty-seventh Regiment Infantry (formerly the First and Second Regiments Infantry, Kansas National Guard), Sanitary Detachment; Pvt. William Dunn; One hundred and thirty-seventh Infantry, Sanitary Detachment; Pvt. Albert Polhamus, One hundred and thirty-eighth Ambulance Company; and Pvt. Henry Rosemire, One hundred a

Image of 1926.28.390 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.390 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24598. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Dressing the leg in practice. Pvt. L.D. Lincoln, Pvt. R.C. Woolerton, Pvt. J. F. Scott, and Sgt. J.F. Kilzean, 137th Amb. Co. [137th Ambulance Company]. Camp de Galbert, France near Amphersbach, Alsace, Germany. August. 31, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.391 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.391 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24601. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Putting a gas mask on a mule. 137th Amb. Co. [137th Ambulance Company]. Camp de Galbert, near Amphersbach, Alsace, Germany. Aug. 31, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.392 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.392 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24602. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Putting a gas mask on wounded man. The attendants put on their masks first. 137th Amb. Co. [137th Ambulance Company] Camp de Galbert, Amphersbach, Germany. Aug. 31, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.393 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.393 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24609. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Pvt. A.L. Bogen, Company A, 140th Regiment Infantry, and Pvt. F.G. Price, Company A, 140th Reg. Infantry, both wounded but still able to feed Paul Sacker, a German prisoner. Cheppy, Meuse, Varennes, France. Sept. 29, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.394 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.394 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24583. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "The town of Eek which is held by company A, 137th Reg. Inf. [Regiment Infantry], and known as G.C. No. 6. Camp Jordan, near Amphersbach, Alsace, Germany. Aug. 30, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.395 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.395 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24578. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "German front lines. Advanced outpost of 137th Reg. Infantry. Near Amphersbach, Alsace, Germany. Aug. 29, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.396 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.396 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24577. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Looking back over our lines from G. C. 4 Outpost of One hundred and thirty-seventh Regiment Infantry formerly First and Second Regiments Infantry, Kansas National Guard). Near Amphersbach, Alsace, Germany. August 29, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.397 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.397 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24577. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Looking back over our lines from G.C. 4. Outpost of 137th Reg. Inf. [137th Regiment Infantry]. Near Amphersbach, Alsace, Germany. Aug. 29, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.398 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.398 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24577. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Looking back over our lines from G.C. 4. Outpost of 137th Reg. Inf. ]137th Regiment Infantry]. Near Amphersbach, Alsace, Germany. Aug. 29, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.399 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.399 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24576. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Overlooking no man's land and German front line trenches from G.C. 4. Advance outpost of the 137th Reg. Inf. [137th Regiment Infantry]. Near Amphersbach, Alsace, Germany. Aug. 29, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.400 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.400 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24570. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Soldiers of Headquarters Troops, 35th Division, lined up watching a German police dog swim after sticks. 35th Division. Gerardmer, near Amphersback, Alsace, Germany. August 22, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.413 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.413 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #27152. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Another view of 27151. Truck turned over in road." Entry for 27151 reads as follows: "Company H, 140th Infantry, 35th Division, on march tot he front. On road near Chaumont, Sur Air, Meuse, France. Oct. 11, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.460 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.460 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #40863. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Capt. Arthur J. Ruf, Cavalry, 35th Division. Sommedieue, Meuse, France. Nov. 6, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.401 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.401 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24568. White paper at bottom with description information is brittle and missing pieces. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Members of the One hundred and twenty-eighth Field Artillery Band (formerly the First Field Artillery, Missouri National Guard), Thirty-fifth Division). Left to right: R. Chaudet, soprano saxophone; R. J. Hurst, tenor saxophone; Alex Hug, baritone saxophone; A. E. Bently, first trombone; J. H. Bernacchi; second trombone; E. F. Foster, first-class musician, basso; T. A. Danks, first-class musician, baritone; Corpsl. G. C. Brammer, baritone; A. H. Edel, third-class musician, bass; M.

Image of 1926.28.402 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.402 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24564. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Members of Headquarters Troop, 35th Division, enjoying a swim in the lake. Gerardmer, Alsace, Germany. Amphersback, Aug. 19, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.403 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.403 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24565. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Another view of 24564." Entry for 24564 reads as follows: "Members of Headquarters Troop, 35th Division, enjoying a swim in the lake. Gerardmer, Alsace, Germany. Amphersback, Aug. 19, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.404 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.404 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24562. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Hotel des Bains, now occupied by headquarters of the 35th Division. Gerardmer, Alsace, Germany. Near Amphersback. Aug. 19, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.405 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.405 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24605. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Capt. E.G. Stahl, operating a field radio set. Co. A [Company A], 110th FS.Bn. [110th Field Signal Battalion]. Varennes, d'Argonne-Meuse, France. Aug. 26, 1918."