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Image of 2007.45.95 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.95 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28537. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Water is hauled in 750-gallon tanks on Packard 3-ton trucks for the use of the men and the kitchens in the line. Water Service Train No. 2, attached to the 79th Division. Brabant sur Meuse, Meuse, France. November 3, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.96 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.96 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28527. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "ELECTRIC LIGHTS FOR THE DUGOUTS. THIS VIEW SHOWS A STERLING MOTOR WITH A STAR GENERATOR BEING SET FOR THE USE OF THE 79TH DIVISION P.C. [post command] 79TH DIVISION, VACHERAUVILLE, MEUSE, FRANCE, OCTOBER 31, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.97 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.97 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28499. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "CRATER OF A GERMAN MINE IN THE ROAD AT AVOCOURT. EXPLODED DURING THE ADVANCE OF THE 79TH DIV. ON SEPT. 26TH, 1918. AVOCOURT, MEUSE, FRANCE, OCTOBER 22, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.98 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.98 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28493. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "AVOCOURT OCCUPIED AS PART OF THE FIRST LINE BY THE 79TH DIV. SEPT. 13TH TO 25TH, 1918. AVOCOURT, MEUSE, FRANCE, OCTOBER 22, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.99 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.99 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28497. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "TABLET OF GRANITE WITH THE FOLLOWING GERMAN SAYING 'WE GERMANS FEAR GOD, BUT NOTHING ELSE IN THE WORLD.' MONTSEC, MEUSE, FRANCE." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.101 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.101 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33105. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "HILL NO. 328 WHERE THE 79TH DIVISION STOPPED WHEN THE ARMISTICE WENT INTO EFFECT. HILL NO. 328 BEYOND GIBERCY, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 12, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.102 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.102 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33107. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "GERMAN ENGINEER DUMP TAKEN BY THE 79TH DIVISION, AND HOUSES BUILT BY GERMAN ON SIDE OF HILL, ETRAYE, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 13, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.103 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.103 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33111. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "ETRAYE SHOWING GERMAN CEMETARY IN FOREGROUND, ETRAYE, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 13, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.104 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.104 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #331??. Can not make out the last two numbers. American cemetery. May possibly be image #33114. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Burial services, for men killed in action. Conducted by Chaplain R. V. Lancaster, Three hundred and fifteenth Regiment Infantry, Seventy-ninth Division, assisted by Chaplains F. C. Reynolds and J. A. Moore of the Twenty-ninth Division. Shows firing squad over graves. Molleville Farm, near Etraye, Meuse, France. November 13, 1918."

Image of 2007.45.105 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.105 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33115. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Blowing taps at burial services. 315th Regiment Infantry, 79th Division. Molleville Farm, near Etraye, Meuse, France. November 13, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.106 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.106 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28579. Handwritten on the front of the photograph states: "OVER FOR TEXT." Typed on a strip on the back of the photograph states: "THE AMERICAN ADVANCE WAS MADE HERE THRU A HOPELESS TANGLE OF UNDERBRUSH. AT THIS POINT ON THE TOP OF THE HILL THIS PHOTOGRAPH WAS MADE AS A TYPICAL EXAMPLE OF THE DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY ALL ARMS. FIVE SHELL CRATERS CAN BE COVERED BY A RECTANGLE 4 BY 8 METERS. THE GERMANS COMMANDED THE HILLSFORWARD OF THIS MUSTARD-GAS ATTACK HERE. THIS PHOTO WAS MADE IN A RESTRICTED AREA. LIQUID GAS IS YET TO BE FOUND IN THE CRATERS WHICH IS NOT YET ENTIRELY VOLATILIZED. LE MORTHOMME, 5 KILOMETERS NORTH OF GRANDPRE, FRANCE. NOV.

Image of 2007.45.107 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.107 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28541. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Another view of 28536." Entry 28536 reads: "Members of the 311th Machine Gun Battalion dug in on the side of a hill, protected from shell fire. 311th Machine Gun Battalion, 79th Division. Samogneux, Meuse, France. November 3, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.108 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.108 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #33061. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "ADVANCED FIRST AID STATION SHOWING MEN WAITING FOR AMBULANCE IN THE WOODS OF BOIS DE CONSENVOYE, 315TH INFANTRY, 79TH DIV., BOIS DE CONSENVOYE BEYOND CONSENVOYE, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 8, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.109 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.109 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #28559. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "ROLLING KITCHENS, RATION AND WATER CARTS OF MANY ORGANIZATIONS AT SAMOGNEUX, 79TH DIVISION, SAMOGNEUX, MEUSE, FRANCE, NOV. 3, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.110 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.110 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #17409. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "INTERIOR OF BUILDING WHERE TROOPS OF CO.A. 305TH MILITARY POLICE TRAIN 80TH DIV. ARE BILLETED. MAJ. H.A. 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 2007.45.111 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.111 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24847. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "GREAT CONGESTION ON THE ROAD PASSING THRU ESNES, FRANCE, ON THE WAY TO THE FRONT. THE CITY HAS BEEN RUINED. 3RD. DIV. SEPT. 29, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.130 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.130 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34116. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "MEN WITH GERMAN HELMETS WHO TOOK PART IN 'MIMIC PARADE' OF 315TH REG. INF. AT DAMVILLERS ON THANKSGIVING DAY. NOV. 28, 1918. DAMVILLERS, FRANCE." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.112 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.112 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24846. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph at the top states: "VIEW IN CENTER OF ESNES, LOOKING TOWARD HILL#304, SHOWING BLOCKED TRAFFIC, WHICH WAS MOVING AT THE RATE OF 2 MI. AN HR. ESNES, DEPT. OF MEUSE, FRANCE. SEPT. 29, 1918." Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph at the bottom states: "VIEW OF ROAD LEADING TO FAMOUS HILL#304, IN BACKGROUND, AND ESNES. THIS PHOTO SHOWS THE CONGESTION OF THE ROADWITH TRUCKS ON WAY TO FRONT AND THE RETURNING SUPPLY TRUCKS AND AMBULANCES OF BOTH FRENCH AND AMERICANS PASSING THE OTHER WAY. THE 3RD. DIV. IS MOVING TOWARD HILL#304. ESNES. SEPT.29, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John

Image of 2007.45.113 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.113 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #27049. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "M.G.CO. [machine gun company] 314TH REG. INF. PASSING THRU MALENCOURT ON THEIR WAY TO THE FRONT. M.G.CO. [machine gun company] 314TH INF. 79TH DIV. MALENCOURT, FRANCE. SEPT. 26, 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.

Image of 2007.45.114 - Print, Photographic

2007.45.114 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #24802. Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "80TH DIV. HQRS. WIRELESS STATION. IN CHARGE OF SGT. E.N. WICKLIFFE, WHO MAINTAINS COMMUNICATIONS BACK TO CORPS AND ARMY HQRS. HE RECEIVES DAILY PRESS REPORTS FROM THE EIFFEL TOWER, PARIS, BERLIN AND ROME. 1ST. LT. J.P. F(?)RRITER, 80TH DIV. RADIO OFFICER. IPPECOURT, DEPT. OF MEUSE, FRANCE. SEPT. 1(?) 1918." From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.