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Image of 2007.45.19 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.19 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #27553. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph: "THE HOUSE IN BLERCOURT WHICH WAS USED AS HEADQUARTERS BY THE 79TH DIVISION, SEPT. 13TH-16TH, 1918, 79TH DIVISION, BLERCOURT, MEUSE, FRANCE. OCTOBER 19, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.20 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.20 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #17408. Five male figures inside a ruined building. One man is sitting on a railing. The figure on the far right is wearing a MP patch on his right arm. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Exterior of building in which troops of Company A, Three hundred and fifth Military Police Train, Eightieth Division, are billeted. Maj. H. A. C. de Rubio, commanding. Beauval, France. July 19, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 1926.28.117 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.117 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #73140.

Image of 2007.45.21 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.21 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #23545. Typed on a strip on the bottom of the photograph: "VIEW OF THE RUINS OF ESNES, FRANCE. SEPT. 15, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.22 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.22 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #23967. Typed on a strip on the bottom of the photograph: " 'TEUTON EFFICIENCY' IN THE WAKE OF THE HUN. VAUX IN RUINS FROM AN AERO. VAUX, FRANCE. '" From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.23 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.23 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24848. Photograph of a line of trucks traveling on a road. They are traveling past some ruined buildings. On the left of the photograph two men lean on a stack of crates while one man sits on a box. On the bottom right there are three men, perhaps four men, on horseback. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "View in center of Esnes, looking toward Hill 304, showing blocked traffic, which was moving at the rate of 2 miles an hour. Esnes, Department of Meuse, France. September 29, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.24 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.24 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24864. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph: "JOHN STANTZ, 3RD. M.P. OF 3RD. IV. LOOKING THRU RUINS FOR SNIPERS. MONTFAUCON, FRANCE. OCT. 2, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.25 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.25 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #29649. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph: "THE UPPER STORY OF THE CROWN PRINCE OBSERVATORY, WITH COL. H.B. NELSON, 3RD. DIV. HQRS. AND 1ST. LT. K. BOUVE, 38TH REG. INF. 3RD DIV. TAKING OBSERVATIONS WITH CAPTURED GERMAN BINOCULARS. THIS SCENE WAS MADE WHILE THE GERMANS WERE SHELLING MONTFAUCON. 80TH DIV. MONTAFUCON, FRANCE. OCT. 17, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.26 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.26 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24862. Typed on a white strip on the side of the photograph: "INTERIOR OF OBSERVATORY IN CHATEAU, SHOWING CONSTRUCTION OF TELESCOPE AND CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT. THIS IS THE ROOM IN WHICH THE CROWN PRINCE OBSERVED THE BATTLE OF VERDUN, 25 KILOMETERS AWAY. MONTFAUCON, FRANCE. OCT. 2, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.27 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.27 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24861. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph: "ROOF OF CROWN PRINCE'S HOUSE SHOWING PERISCOPE AND TELESCOPE. MONTFAUCON, FRANCE. OCT. 2, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.28 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.28 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24859. Typed on a whitestrip on the back of the photograph: "HOUSE USED BY THE CROWN PRINCE AS AN OBSERVATORY, WHERE THE WATCHED THE FAMOUS BATTLE OF VERDUN. THIS IS THE HIGHEST SPOT IN THIS VICINITY. A PIPE WITH A PERISCOPE AT ITS END RUN THRU REINFORCED WALLS OF CONCRETE AND PROJECTED". Continued on the back of the photograph is another strip that states: "CONT'D ABOUT A FOOT FROM THE ROOF. AT THE LOWER END FROM AN ABSOLUTELY DARK ROOM THE CROWN PRINCE ON LEFT AND AMERICAN TROOPS COMING UP ROAD FROM THE DIRECTION OF MANTIJLLOIS. MONTFAUCON, FRANCE. OCT. 2, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.29 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.29 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24865. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "HOUSE USED BY CROWN PRINCE AS OBSERVATORY DURING THE FAMOUS BATTLE OF VERDUN IN CENTER OF PICTURE. MONTFAUCON, FRANCE. OCT. 2, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.30 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.30 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24884. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph: "VIEW OF MONTFAUCON SHOWING MEMBERS OF 5TH F.S.BN. [field signal battalion] STRINGING WIRES WHILE THE TOWN IS UNDER SHELL FIRE. MONTFAUCON, FRANCE. OCT. 2, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.31 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.31 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28534. Group of men standing along the side of a road. Howitzer on right. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Two 155-mm. howitzers being fired. These guns are on the roadside at the town of Samogneux. Battery B, One hundred and sixth Field Artillery, Seventy-ninth Division. Samogneux, Meuse, France. November 3, 1918" From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.32 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.32 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28532. Men standing with large shells on left of image and howitzer on right. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "155-mm. howitzers of Battery B, one hundred and sixth Field Artillery, being prepared for action. Battery B, one hundred and sixth Field Artillery, Seventy-ninth Division. Samogneux, Meuse, France. November 3, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.33 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.33 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33853. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "NANTILLOIS WITH FIRST AID STATION ON RIGHT SHOWING HILL THAT BATTLE WAS FOUGHT OVER. PART OF 80TH DIVISION SECTOR, NANTILLOIS, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 13TH, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.34 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.34 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33857. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "SAME AS ABOVE." Handwritten at the bottom of the photo next to the typed text says "(SEE 33856)". This most likely references photograph 2007.45.35. From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.35 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.35 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33856. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph: "BATTLEFIELD BETWEEN NANTILLOIS AND FME DE LA MADELEINE LOOKING NORTHEAST TOWARDS MIN DE L'ESANCHE FROM ROAD TO CUNEL. VIEW TAKEN OF SECTOR WHERE THE 80TH DIVISION FOUGHT, NANTILLOIS, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 13TH., 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.36 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.36 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33858. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "FME DE LA MADELEINE AND BATTLEFIELDS AROUND IT ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ROAD. THE 80TH DIVISION TERRITORY WAS ON RIGHT OF ROAD WITH FARM BUILDING. FRENCH TANKS WERE DISABLED ON THIS FIELD, MADELEINE ON MAIN ROAD BETWEEN CUNEL AND NANTILLOIS, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 13TH, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.37 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.37 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33859. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "SAME AS ABOVE." Hand written "SEE 33858". This most likely references photograph 2007.45.36: "FME DE LA MADELEINE AND BATTLEFIELDS AROUND IT ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ROAD. THE 80TH DIVISION TERRITORY WAS ON RIGHT OF ROAD WITH FARM BUILDING. FRENCH TANKS WERE DISABLED ON THIS FIELD, MADELEINE ON MAIN ROAD BETWEEN CUNEL AND NANTILLOIS, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 13TH, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.