|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #27563.
Typed on a strip on the front of the photograph states: "MEMBERS OF 304TH ENGINEERS PULLING DOWN THE WALLS OF RUINEND BUILDING. THE STONE IS USED FOR REPAIRING ROADS."
From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps "Members of the Three hundred and fourth Engineers pulling down the walls of a ruined building. The stone is used for repairing roads. Three hundred and fourth Engineers, Seventy-ninth, Division. St. Remy, Meuse, France. October 17, 1918.
From the service of 2nd Lt. John H. Engel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, AEF.
|Date||October 17, 1918|
|Year Range from||1918|
|Year Range to||1918|
|Place||St. Remy, Meuse, France|
World War I
US Army Signal Corps, AEF
|Print size||16.5 x 21.5 cm|