Vocabulary Search

Search Hints: Start your search by clicking a letter.

People

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N
O P Q R S T U V W Y Z


Search Terms

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N
O P Q R S T U V W Y Z #



Subjects

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N
O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #


Associated Records

5 results found.

2001.40.33 - Manual, Training

A training manual on signaling for the United States Army from the 1916. The cover has 'corporal Albert E. Neumann' and '3rd leo. Fort Terry' written near the top in pen. 'Rec'd Hq. Terry, N. Y. Aug 17 1916' is stamped between the two handwritten notes. Below the stamp and hand written note is the branch insignia followed by the title 'Signal Book United States Army 1916'. Table of contents: I. General Instructions for Army Signaling 7 II. The American Morse Code 9 III. The International Morse or General Service Code 12 IV. Visual Signaling in General 15 V. Visual Signaling by Flag, Torch, Hand Lantern, or Beam of Searchlight (without Shutter) 17 VI. Signaling with Heliograph, Fl

Image of 2003.38.103 - Contract

2003.38.103 - Contract

An American Red Cross contract for Clarence Marlette dated June 2, 1919 stating that he is to be a driver. The contract states that that it cannot be renewed but that a new contract can be drafted, that the contract is for May 21, 1919 to November 21, 1919, as a driver. Since he is not a volunteer he is to be paid 220 francs beginning on May 21, 1919. The living expenses are given as maintenance. Transportation to and in the U.S. is provided. In then goes on to detail that he was recruited from the U.S. Army in St. Aignan-Noyers on March 15, 1919 for the transportation department. The contract is signed by Clarence, and approved by the Worker's chief of section and a representative fr

2003.38.96 - Discharge, Military

A discharge certificate for Clarence A. Marlette dated April 1, 1920. The top of the certificate reads 'Certificate in lieu of lost or destroyed discharge certificate' Below this header is a stylized version of the Seal of the United States followed by the details of the discharge. From the service of PFC Clarence A. Marlette Company B, 18th Infantry, 1st Division, then Headquarters Company, 1st Replacement Depot, then Sergeant in the American Red Cross, and the service of Florence S. Battershill, stenographer with the American Red Cross.

2003.38.97 - Discharge, Military

A discharge certificate for Clarence A. Marlette dated May 21, 1919. The top of the certificate reads 'Honorable Discharge from the Army of the United States.' Below this header is the Seal of the United States followed by the details of the discharge. On the back of the certificate is all the information recorded when he enlisted on May 1, 1917. From the service of PFC Clarence A. Marlette Company B, 18th Infantry, 1st Division, then Headquarters Company, 1st Replacement Depot, then Sergeant in the American Red Cross, and the service of Florence S. Battershill, stenographer with the American Red Cross.

2006.65.10 - Songbook

Tan U.S. Army Song Book issued by the War Department Commisson on Training Camp Activities and composed with the assistance of the National Committee on Army and Camp Music. Washington 1918. Table of contents: The Star-Spangled Banner America Battle Hymn of the Republic Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean The Battle Cry of Freedom La Marseillaise God Save the King La Brabanconne The Garibaldi Hymn March! March! Under the Stars and Stipes America the Beautiful The Home Road Land of Hope and Glory Prayer of Thanksgiving Artillery Song Coast Arillery Song Army Trumpet Calls Swanee River Old Black Joe My Old Kentucky Home Dixie Carry Me Back to Old Virginny Roll, Jordan, Rol