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Name US Army Signal Corps, AEF

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Image of 1926.28.8 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.8 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #6728. No identifying information. French Commander

Image of 2007.45.38 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.38 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33860. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "SAME AS ABOVE." 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.

Image of 2007.45.39 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.39 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33862. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "FARM BUILDING AT MADELEINE FARM, NANTILLOIS, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 13TH, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.40 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.40 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33864. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "FME DE LA MADELEINE WITH HUT WHERE 80TH DIVISION SOLDIERS DUG IN, TO KEEP WARM, NANTILLOIS, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 13TH, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.41 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.41 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34123. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "CREPION, NW. OF VERDUN, WHERE THE 79TH DIV. HAD A REGULATING STATION, GAS DEFENSE SUPPLIES, ETC. CREPION, FRANCE. NOV. 21, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.42 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.42 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34124. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "CHARNY, N.W. OF VERDUN, WHERE THE 79TH DIV. HAD A REGULATING STATION, GAS DEFENSE SUPPLIES, ETC. CHARNY, FRANCE. NOV. 21, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.43 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.43 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34889. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "ROAD THRU RUINED TOWN OF MALANCOURT, FRANCE. SHOWING CONGESTION OF ROADS LEADING TO THE FRONT. SEPT. 28, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.44 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.44 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34892. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "DONKEYS OF THE 304TH RATION TRAIN CARRYING FOOD TO TROOPS IN THE LINES NEAR MALANCOURT, FRANCE. IN THE D4IVES [drives] OF SEPT. 26, 1918, THE DONKEYS WERE VERY USEFUL AS THEY CAN GO OVER BAD ROADS WITHOUT DIFFICULTY. SEPT. 28, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.50 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.50 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24745. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "FRENCH 155-MM GUN, HORSE DRAWN, PASSING OVER NIXEVILLE HILL ON WAY TO THE FRONT 80TH DIV. NIXEVILLE, FRANCE. DEPT. OF MEUSE. SEPT. 25, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.45 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.45 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28533. Image of 7 men preparing a howitzer for firing. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Close-up of a 155-mm. howitzer being loaded with a high-explosive shell. 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 2007.45.46 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.46 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #45812. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "BATTERY F, 16TH F.A. FIRING ON GERMAN POSITIONS JUST OVER THE HILL. ON ROAD BETWEEN CUISY AND SEPTSARGES, FRANCE. SEPT. 27, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.47 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.47 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24885. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "VIEW OF MONTFAUCON IN RUINS SHOWING RUINED CHURCH IN THE BACKGROUND. MONTFAUCON, FRANCE. OCT. 2, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.48 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.48 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #27484. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "ROLLING KITCHEN OF THE 313TH INF. REGT 79TH DIV., IN THE WOODS OF BOIS DE L'HOPITAL ST. HIPPOLYTE. AT THE REGT. P.C. IN THE TROYON SECTOR, BOIS DE L'HOPITAL, ST. HIPPOLYTE, TROYON, MEUSE, FRANCE, OCTOBER 14, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 1926.28.9 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.9 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #73581. No number on face of image, but written on back in pencil is the number 73581.

Image of 2007.45.51 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.51 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #27047. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "ARTILLERY PASSING THRU MALENCOURT ON ITS WAY TO THE FRONT. THE ENGRS., 1 KILOMETER AHEAD, QUICKLY MADE THE ROAD. BATT. E. 16TH REG. F.A. MALENCOURT, FRANCE. SEPT. 26, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.52 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.52 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33850. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "LA VILLE AUX BOIS ON ROAD BETWEEN NANTILLOIS AND CUNEL NEAR FME DE LA MADELEINE. THIS IS PART OF THE TERRITORY CAPTURED BY THE 80TH DIVISION. ON LEFT OF ROAD TO CUNEL A FRENCH 155MM. GUN IS BEING OVERHAULED, CUNEL, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 12TH, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.53 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.53 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24855. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "OBSERVATION BALLOON OF THE 3RD. CO. 3RD. CORPS, BEING BROUGHT DOWN. MALLANCOURT, FRANCE. OCT. 1, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.54 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.54 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34888. Photograph of observation balloon. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Supply trains going through ruined town of Malancourt, Meuse, France, the first town captured by the Americans in their drive of September 26, and first American balloon to go up in the newly captured territory. September 27, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.55 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.55 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #32013. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "TRANSPORTING OBSERVATION BALLOON FROM ONE POSITION TO ANOTHER. CORNAY, FRANCE. NOV. 1, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.56 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.56 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24882. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "ANOTHER VIEW OF 24881" See 2007.45.57: "308TH ENGRS. REPAIRING SHELLED ROADS. AMERICAN OBSERVATION BALLOON IN DISTANCE, AND FRENCH ARTILLERY SCATTERED ABOUT THE FIELDS OF BETHINCOURT IN THE VICINITY OF DIVISION HQRS. OCT. 5, 1918. ROAD BETWEEN CUISY AND MONTFAUCON, FRANCE." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.