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Image of 1926.28.155 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.155 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22011. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Trucks were pressed into service when the 82nd and 89th Divisions were gassed. Unloading truck at field hospital No. 326. North of Royaumeix, France, August 8, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.157 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.157 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22015. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Nurse of the 326th field hospital bathing the eyes of the gassed patients from the 82nd and 89th Divisions. North of Royaumeix, France, August 8, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.158 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.158 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22805. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Group from L. to R. Brig. Gen. Thomas G. Hanson, N.A., commanding 178th Inf. Brig.; Brig. Gen. Frank L. Winn, N.A. commanding 89th Division; General Gerard, commanding 3rd French Army; General Passaga, commanding 32nd French Army Corps; Col. James H. Reeves, N.A., commanding 177th Inf. Brig. (in rear of Gen. Winn); Col. C.E. Kilbourne, Chief of Staff, 89th Division (in rear of Gen. Gerard), 89th Division headquarters, Lucy, France, August 17, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.159 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.159 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22811. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "First German prisoners captured by 89th Division, middle west division, taken by a patrol from 356th Inf., meeting these prisoners from a counter patrol on night of August 13, 1918. The corporal on the left is 24 years old, 4 years in service; the others are nineteen years old and have been in the service since last September. The corporal calls them recruits. Lucy, France, August 14, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.160 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.160 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22812. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Transporting German prisoners by limousine to the back areas, Maj. G.S. Smallwood, N.A. 314th M.P. of 89th Division, and Lieut. J.C. Patton, N.A. M.P. in attendance. Lucy, France, August 14, 1918.

Image of 1926.28.165 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.165 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25259. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "View of headquarters building of the 89th Division by the bridge which was blown up by the French. Our second line trenches were here until September 12th. Flirey, Meurthe et Moselle, France, September 14, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.161 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.161 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22159. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: ""On with the dance, let joy be unconfirmed". A dance in the street. Band from 356th Infantry, N.A., 89th Division, led by John C.A. Anderson. Played during the visit and luncheon of General Gerard of the 8th French Army, and Maj. Gen. Dickman, commanding general 4th U.S. Army Corps, with Brig. Gen. Winn, commanding general of the 89th Division. Lucy, France, August 27, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.162 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.162 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22820. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Group of officers L. to R.: Brig. Gen. Thomas G. Hanson, commanding 178th Inf. Brig.; Brig. Gen. F.L. Winn, commanding 89th Division; Gen. Gerard, French Army, commanding 8th French Army; Gen. Passaga, French Army, commanding 32nd French Army Corps; Col. J.H. Reeves, commanding 177th Inf. Brig., in rear of Gen. Winn; Col. G.E. Kilbourne, Chief of Staff, 89th Division, in rear of Gen. Gerard. Lucy, France, August 20, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.163 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.163 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22823. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "S.c. men communicating by signals and wireless with aeroplane, 314th F.S. Bn. L. to R.; Maj. David Reeves, commanding officer, 314th F.S. Bn. [Field Signal Battalion]; Maj. J.F. Franklin, Divisional Signal Officer, 89th Division; Lieut. G.C. Farrel, Radio Officer. Seated; Priv. E. Ellis, Corpsoral R. J. Harkins, radio operators. Lucy, France, August 20, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.164 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.164 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #22823. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "S.c. men communicating by signals and wireless with aeroplane, 314th F.S. Bn. L. to R.; Maj. David Reeves, commanding officer, 314th F.S. Bn. [Field Signal Battalion]; Maj. J.F. Franklin, Divisional Signal Officer, 89th Division; Lieut. G.C. Farrel, Radio Officer. Seated; Priv. E. Ellis, Corpsoral R. J. Harkins, radio operators. Lucy, France, August 20, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.166 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.166 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25260. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Chief of Staff, 89th Division, leaving headquarters at Flirey for the headquarters at Euvezin. Flirey, Meurthe et Moselle, September 14, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.167 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.167 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25261. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: ""Cliff Dweller". Third line occupied by the 89th Division until September 12th. These lines were here for nearly four years. Flirey, Meurthe et Moselle, France, September 15, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.168 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.168 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25264. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Co. "E", 314th Engineers, 89th Division, on defensive measures. Making rolling barbed-wire entaglements. 314th Engineers, 89th Division. Bouillonville, Meurthe et Moselle, France, September 30, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.169 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.169 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25265. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Interior of German dugout. Fixed for comfort with piano and other musical instruments. Officers club has beamed ceiling, electric lights, and tapestries. Now used as headquarters 314th Sanitary Train, 89th Division. Bouillonville, Meurthe et Moselle, France, September 20, 1918." Herbert Addison Spokesfield at piano (see collection 2016.104).

Image of 1926.28.170 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.170 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25264. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Co. "E", 314th Engineers, 89th Division, on defensive measures. Making rolling barbed-wire entaglements. 314th Engineers, 89th Division. Bouillonville, Meurthe et Moselle, France, September 30, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.226 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.226 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #40415. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Lieut. Col. M.J. Scott, G-1, 89th division, Kyllburg, Germany, December 10, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.171 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.171 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25268. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "The hill which protects Bouillonville from German shells in the background. This is the hill over which the 353rd Inf. and a few scattered marines went on September 12th, at about 2 P.M. The infantry started to dig in at the top of the hill but went on about kilos beyond Benev. Bouillonville was the center of the medical unit for a large part of the German Army. Many medical supplies were found here, and our medical units were using the German hospitals the same day the drive started. A street scene in Bouillonville, Meurthe et Moselle, France, September 20, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.172 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.172 - 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 1926.28.173 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.173 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25290. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "View of Bouillonville, showing protecting crescent-shaped hill. Thiaucourt, in the distance, being shelled. Taken from the hill over which the 353rd Inf. entered the town. Near Bouillonville, Meurthe et Moselle, France, September 26, 1918."

Image of 1926.28.174 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.174 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #25297. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Machine Gun Co. at target practice just before a big drive. Machine gun Co, 356th Inf., 89th Division. Near Boucq, Meurthe et Moselle, France, September 24, 1918."