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Image of 1926.28.137 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.137 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #40841. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Headquarters office force of One hundred and tenth Supply Train, Thirty-fifth Division. Corpsl. William E. Canfield, jr.; Sergt. Adolph Zimmers; Corpsl. Reid M. Haskell; Sergt. (1st cl.) O. O. Ruler; Pvt. M. H. Spaulding; Sergt. E. C. Martel. St. Mihiel, Meuse, France. November 28, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.138 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.138 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #154306. No identifying information.

Image of 1926.28.139 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.139 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25271. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Harry J. Adams, First sergeant, Company K, Three hundred and fifty-third Infantry, Eighty-ninth Division, of Rochester, N. Y., came over with the first 700. On September 12 he was told by lieutenant to see if there were any more Germans in town, after he and the lieutenant had captured 80. Adams saw a German run into a house and he followed. He entered in time to see the Boche go through a trap door in the wall. At that time he had two shots left in his automatic. He fired these through the door and told him to come out. This left him with an empty pistol. The

Image of 1926.28.140 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.140 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25272. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Another view of 25271". Entry for 25271 reads as follows: "Harry J. Adams, First sergeant, Company K, Three hundred and fifty-third Infantry, Eighty-ninthDivision, of Rochester, N. Y., came over with the first 700. On September 12 he was told by lieutenant to see if there were any more Germans in town, after he and the lieutenant had captured 80. Adams saw a German run into a house and he followed. He entered in time tosee the Boche go through a trap door in the wall. At that time he had two shots left in his automatic. He fired these through the door and told him

Image of 1926.28.290 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.290 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #156715. No identifying information.

Image of 1926.28.141 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.141 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #23661. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Another view of 25271". Entry for 25271 reads as follows: "Harry J. Adams, First sergeant, Company K, Three hundred and fifty-third Infantry, Eighty-ninthDivision, of Rochester, N. Y., came over with the first 700. On September 12 he was told by lieutenant to see if there were any more Germans in town, after he and the lieutenant had captured 80. Adams saw a German run into a house and he followed. He entered in time tosee the Boche go through a trap door in the wall. At that time he had two shots left in his automatic. He fired these through the door and told him

Image of 1926.28.142 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.142 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25314. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Battalion headquarters. Three hundred and fifty-fifth Infantry, Eighty-ninth Division. Third-line trenches at crest of the ground in the distance. Beney, Meuse, France. September 10, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.143 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.143 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #34969. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Same as 34968. Entry for 34968 reads as follows: "Maj. Gen. William M. Wright, commanding general First Army Corps. Tailly, Ardennes, France. November 12, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.144 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.144 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #53169. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Graves of Capt. Clarence F. Smith and Lieut. John A. Long, Three hundred and sixty-first Regiment Infantry, and Lieut. Louis J. Kock, Three hundred and forty-second Machine Gun Company, near crossroad in western part of Bois Communal de Cierges, 1 1/2 kilometers northeast of Serieur Ferme, Meuse, France. February 23. 1919."

Image of 1926.28.145 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.145 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #23878. Written in pencil on back: "Removing German signs in Varennes and substituting American signs, by men from the 130th F.A. [field artillery], 35th Division and from the 28th Division. Varennes, on the line between the 35th and 28th Division sectors was entered by both on Sept. 26, 1918." From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Removing German signs and replacing with American. Cook S. T, Kenstandols, Company C, One hundred and eighth Machine Gun Battalion; Joseph H. Martin, Battery D. One hundred and thirtieth Field Artillery; Clyde H. Corr, Company E, Thirty-seventh Engineers, with hammer; F. J. Swertf

Image of 1926.28.146 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.146 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #17136. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states "Saluting the colors of the 353rd Infantry, U.S. National Army. L. to R.: the m ayor, M. Levy Alphonery (French); General Perelli (French); General Ragneneau (French); General Wirbel (French); General J.J. Pershing; M. le Prefect Jessier (French); Major General James W. McAndrew and General Wagstaff (English). July 14th Celebration at G.H.Q., Chaumont, France, July 14, 1918.

Image of 1926.28.156 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.156 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22161. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Group of staff officers L. to R.: Brig. Gen. F.L. Winn comanding general 89th Division; Maj. Gen. J.A. Dickman, commanding general 5th U.S. Army Corps; Capt. Smith, Infantry (in doorway), aid to General Dickman; Capt. McGrew, estreme rear, aid to General Gerard; Col. C.E. Kolbourne, Chief of Staff, 89th Division; General Gerard commanding general 8th French Army; Lieut. J.W. Lockwood, aid to General Winn. Saluting the "Marseillaise" and "The Star Spangled Banner". Headquarters, 89th division, Lucy, France, August 27, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.147 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.147 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #21689. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Taken upon the occasion of the visit of General Monteverde and Staff, of the Spanish Army, to the headquarters of the 89th Division, in company with Maj. J.W. Lang, U.S. Military Attache to Spain. Division Headquarters 89th division, Lucy, Lorraine, France, August 23, 1918. (For names, see catalogue)" From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Taken upon the occasion of the visit of Gen. Monteverde and staff, of the Spanish Army, to the Headquarters of the Eighty-ninth Division, in company with Maj. J. W. Lang, United States military attache

Image of 1926.28.148 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.148 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #21690. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Another view of 21689". Entry for 21689 from the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps reads as follows: "Taken upon the occasion of the visit of Gen. Monteverde and staff, of the Spanish Army, to the Headquarters of the Eighty-ninth Division, in company with Maj. J. W. Lang, United States military attache to Spain. Left to right, on ground: Col. C. E. Kilbourne, chief of staff. Eighty-ninth Division; Brig. Gen. Frank L. Winn, commanding, Eighty-ninth Division; Gen. Monteverde, Spanish Army; Brig. Gen. J. A. Shipton, commanding Fifty-fifth Brigad

Image of 1926.28.149 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.149 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #21691. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "General Monteverde, Spanish Army; Brig. Gen. F.L. Winn in the background. 89th Division Headquarters, Lucy, Lorraine, France, August 23, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.150 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.150 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22014. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Medical attendant giving water to gassed patients of the 82nd and 89th Divisions. North of Royaumeix, France, August 8, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.151 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.151 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22160. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "French children watching a real American band. 356th Infantry, 89th Division, Lucy, France, August 27, 1918"

Image of 1926.28.152 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.152 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22012. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Gassed patients of 82nd and 89th Divisions. The 326th field hospital was not large enough to accomodate the enormous number of patients. North of Royaumeix, France, August 8, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.153 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.153 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22013. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Gassed patients of the 82nd and 89th Divisions being loaded into U.S. ambulance at field hospital No. 326. North of Royaumeix, France, August 8, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.154 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.154 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22010. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Gassed patients being taken to tfield hospital No. 326 in U.S. Ambulances. Patents are members of 82nd and 89th Divisions. North of Royaumeix, France, August 8, 1918."