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Name US Army Signal Corps, AEF

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Image of 1926.28.184 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.184 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #27105. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Captured German dugouts now being used as headquarters for 314th Ammunition Train, 89th Division. St. Baussant, Meurthe et Moselle, France, October 17, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.185 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.185 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #30014. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Members of the 314th F.S. Bn. [Field Signal Battalion], 89th Division, encamped in the mud at Epinonville, Meuse, France. The industrious ones dug holes to sleep in, and the holes were filled with water by morning but they had to sleep in them for the mud on the outside was several inches deep. Epinonville, Meuse, France, October 16, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.186 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.186 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #31485. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "The dressing station of the 354th Ambulance Co. Chaplain C. S. Darley, catholic, first lieutenant with the 356th Reg. Inf. [Regiment Infantry] is administering to a wounded German officer. The German Red Cross men are helping our Red Cross men. 89th division. Near Remonville, Ardennes, France, November 2, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.187 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.187 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #31484. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Americans bringing machine gun ammunition through the town of Remonville which was the first town to be captured by the 89th Division. The view shows some of the barricades thrown up by the Germans in an effort to defend the town. 89th Division, Remonville, Ardennes, France, November 2, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.188 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.188 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #31490. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Looking north, showing the town of Remonville, the first town to be captured by the 89th division. Remonville, Ardennes, France, November 3, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.296 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.296 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #158920. No identifying information.

Image of 1926.28.189 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.189 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #31479. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "the 354th Ambulance Co. bringing the wounded back to the first aid station at Tailly, Ardennes, France, November 4, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.344 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.344 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #153741. No identifying information.

Image of 1926.28.19 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.19 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #16782. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states "117th Field Signal Battalion, 42nd Division, en route. Chalous-sur-Marne, France. June 23, 1918" From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "One hundred and seventeenth Field Signal Battalion, (formerly First Battalion, Signal Corps, Missouri National Guard, Forty-second Division en route. ChaIous-sur-Marne, France. June 23, 1918"

Image of 1926.28.190 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.190 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #31541. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "314th Ammunition Train, 89th division, passing through Essey on way to Benney. Essey et Maizerais, Meurthe et Moselle, France, November 16, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.191 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.191 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34932. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "First American wagons to enter Stennay. Under command of Lieut. R.N. Hutten, Co. A, 353rd Reg. Inf. [Regiment Infantry], 89th Division. Stennay, Meuse, France, November 11, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.192 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.192 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34933. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Kitchen of Co. A, 353rd Reg. Inf. [Regiment Infantry], 89th Division, commanded by Lieut. R.N. Hutten, 1st American wagon to enter. Stennay, Meuse, France, November 11, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.193 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.193 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34934. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Co. A, 314th Reg. Engrs. [Regiment Engineers], starting to build a bridge across the canat at Stennay, Meuse, France, November 11, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.194 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.194 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34937. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Maj. Gen. Wm. M. Wright (on right), leaving to take command of the 1st Army Corps and Maj. Gen. F.L. Winn, in comand of 89th Division. Tailly, Meuse, France, November 11, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.195 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.195 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34939. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Street scene in the village of Beaufort, Meuse, France. This town was taken by the 89th division. November 13, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.196 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.196 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34940. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Old German sawmill on the Beaumont - Laneuville road, Meuse, France, where the 356th Reg. Inf. [Regiment Infantry], 89th Division, got its last shellinga 10.45 a.m. on November 11, the last fifteen minutes of the war. November 13, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.197 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.197 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34978. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Nouart, Ardennes, France. The 89th Division came to the edge of this town and then turned off to the east. November 12, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.198 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.198 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34979. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Ferme de la Wame and the town of Pouilly, Meuse, France, the objective point of the first advance of the 89th Division, November 13, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.199 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.199 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34981. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Co. A, 353rd Inf., passing the church in Stenay, Meuse, France, at 10.58 a.m. with two more minutes to fight. November 11, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.2 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.2 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #61142. Written on back in pencil: "Joffre" French Commanders