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Catalog Number 1926.28.141
Object Name Print, Photographic
Accession number 1926.28
Description 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 to come out. This left him withan empty pistol. The Boche came out; with him came 1 lieutenant colonel, 18 staff officers, and 355 soldiers. Bouillonville, Meurthe et Moselle, France. Sept. 20, 1919."
Date September 20, 1919
Year Range from 1919
Year Range to 1919
Place Bouillonville, Meurthe et Moselle, France
People Adams, Harry J.
Subjects Portrait photographs
World War I
Wristwatch
Search Terms US Army Signal Corps, AEF
89th Division
353rd Infantry
Print size 21.5 x 17 cm
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