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Image of 1982.112.80 - Postcard, Picture

1982.112.80 - Postcard, Picture

Black and white postcard photograph of four members of Company I, 353rd Infantry, 89th Division taken on March 26, 1919. Standing, Left to right: Lloyd Mayswinkle, Snodgras, Jordan Seated: George K. Hase (citizen of Japan) From the service of Lloyd Mayswinkle, Runner, Company I, 353rd Infantry, 89th Division.

Image of 1983.140.68 - Stereoscope

1983.140.68 - Stereoscope

Stereoscope card produced by the Keystone View Company. Card Number: 19591 Image Title: Heavy Guns Furnished to Russia by Japan, Dismounted in Captured Fort at Grodno Image Caption: A Japanese Gun in a Russian Fort at Grodno, Captured by Germans

Image of 1983.213.92 - Print, Photographic

1983.213.92 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a Japanese army enlisted man, 3/4 length portrait, man in 4th Infantry Regiment, wearing wool service uniform, visor cap.

Image of 1987.31.4.47 - Photograph

1987.31.4.47 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis sitting in a cart in a Japanese garden. Two Japanese men and one Japanese woman standing by cart. Caption written on front of image: In Japan - Easter Sunday 1919. Inscription on back of image: Dr. George W. Davis / American Red Cross / Pioneer Unit - Enroute to / Vladivostok Siberia / Taken in Yakabauia Japan / Apr. 1919 1 of 4 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the

Image of 1987.31.4.51 - Photograph

1987.31.4.51 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis sitting in a cart in a Japanese garden. Two Japanese men and one Japanese woman standing by cart. Caption written on front of image: In Japan - Easter Sunday 1919. Inscription on back of image: Dr. George W. Davis / American Red Cross / Pioneer Unit - Enroute to / VladivostokSiberia / Taken in Yakabauia Japan / Apr. 1919 1 of 5 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the

Image of 1996.36.148 - Print, Photographic

1996.36.148 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Japanese troops parading in Paris. Plate Number: 148 Plate Caption: "The Japanese troops parading. Paris, July 14, 1919." Collection of 150 images from the personal collection of Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud, former director of the French Army's Service Photographique et Cine´matographique de Guerre. Images were published in a folio format.

Image of 2001.47.2 - Itinerary

2001.47.2 - Itinerary

Document, typewritten, U.S., narrative by Davis of his trip with Prince Higashi Fushimi of Japan, December 10, 1918 to December 21, 1918 from Washington D.C. through the Grand Canyon and Del Monte, CA; 27 pages; includes photographs of trip; also includes list of names of those in the sight-seeing party and itinerary. From the service of 1st Lieutenant Robert S. Davis, Jr., Coast Artillery Command, then Embarkation Branch, then Official Courier to A.E.F. Headquarters, then Aide to Brigadier General Frank S. Hines.

Image of 2002.3.17 - Newspaper

2002.3.17 - Newspaper

Camp newspaper, "Trench and Camp". Vol. 1, No. 3. Contains articles Booster Bill of Custer about Custer Day, the English to foreigners, and about Theodore Roosevelt, You're it boys for the big liberty-day doing (liberty bond drive), Doing in the green buildings at Y-445, Y-605, Y-181, Y-86, Y-303, Whats next (article about following orders), Somewhere in France (A song), Touching shoulders across the continent (talking about the size of the American Army that is being trained), Japan with Uncle Sam (U.S.-Japanese relations, Double-barreled patriotism manifested by soldiers you purchase liberty bonds, Good wishes from cardinal Gibbens, A Soldier's life (a poem), Petain at close range, Subma

2005.17.105 - Newspaper

Newspaper titled "Going Over" created by the National War Work Council, Y.M.C.A. for soldiers at Embarkation Camps. Dated September 9, 1918. Articles Include: America Will Not Fail Her Troops Is Official Word To Overseas Men Great French Port Is Like American Exhibit Of Its Automobile Industry Gives Life To Save Men - Mother Now Serves In France And Just Wait Until He Grows Up! [cartoon] Every Resource Mobilized To Bring Victory American Negro Jazz Band Makes Murray [illegible] American Sailors In Ireland Have Awful Appetites On Lieutenant John Overton Foch Praises American Troops Here Is a Pen Picture of Great Debarkation Port in France May Eat Meat On Friday Aviators O

2005.98.385 - Magazine

"The Red Cross Magazine", dated October 1918. Cover features a color drawing by Charles Sarka of American, British, and French troops going into battle. Above them, George Washington, Joan of Arc, and a British knight with saint's halo ride horses into battle. Contents of Magazine: Americans to be Proud Of / "I Love You More as You Are" / "Nice Chap, Fritz" / Our Friends from Japan / The Little House of Patriotism / From Seaport to Trenches / Silhouettes of War / War Funds (Poem) / Safe with the "Greatest Mother" / The Doctors in Action / The World-Wide Red Cross / Fighting Across a Continent / The Red Man's Red Cross / At the Red Cross Fronts / "Elsie" / The Lieutenant / Help the Nurses

Image of 2006.47.27 - Postcard

2006.47.27 - Postcard

Postcard with an image of many Japanese soldiers at the port. Caption reads, On the 11th of August 1918 the Japanese Vanguard landing at Vladivostok to relieve The Imperial Japanese Naval Party. All text in English and Japanese. Back reads, Made in Japan

Image of 2006.47.35 - Postcard

2006.47.35 - Postcard

Postcard, Japanese. Color illustrated postcard of a Japanese soldier. The soldier is walking in the snow with firearm held over right soldier. Postcard depicting scene in Siberia. From the service of Corporal Emil O. Bethke, Company I, 31st Infantry and Private W.W. Carpenter, Section A, Company C, SATC, University of Virginia.

Image of 2006.47.36 - Postcard

2006.47.36 - Postcard

Postcard, Japanese. Color illustrated postcard of a Japanese soldier. Soldier standing in foreground with horse drawn cart in background. Two soldiers on horseback. Japanese flag hanging from building in back right. Postcard depicting scene in Siberia. From the service of Corporal Emil O. Bethke, Company I, 31st Infantry and Private W.W. Carpenter, Section A, Company C, SATC, University of Virginia.

Image of 2007.144.32 - Photograph

2007.144.32 - Photograph

Photo postcard of Japanese soldiers and Navy personnell marching followed by French soldiers. Image probably taken near Vladivostok, Russia. From the service of Private Pietro Angotti, service number 488942; Headquarters Company, 62nd Infantry, then Headquarters Company, 31st Infantry Regiment, Siberian Expedition.

Image of 2007.190.0 - Banner

2007.190.0 - Banner

Commemorative banner, made for U.S. soldier in AEF Siberian Expedition; probably Japanese produced; orginally dark blue silk banner, now extrememly faded and fragile; splits along edges where it was attached in a frame; embroidered decorations of a dragon in grasp of an eagle, U.S. shield in center above another eagle with a life preserver and an anchor, flags of the Allies on either side; embroidered text: IN MEMORY OF MY CRUISE IN SIBERIA, JAPAN, MANILA P I - CO H. 27TH INFANTRY A.E.F. U.S. ARMY - CHINA - JAPAN, U.S. Victory medal attached in center with Siberia battle clasp, ribbon faded; appliqued copy (not actual insignia) of Siberian Expedition shoulder sleeve insignia; 80 x 50 cm

Image of 2010.27.16 - Print, Photographic

2010.27.16 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of American, Japanese, and Russian soldiers. Image probably taken somewhere in Russia and potentially the Siberia region. From the service of Dr. Charles Glen Irons, dentist with the YMCA in Russia.

Image of 2010.27.27 - Print, Photographic

2010.27.27 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of three Japanese soldiers and one civilian sitting under a protective canopy on grass mats. Image probably taken somewhere in Russia and potentially the Siberia region. From the service of Dr. Charles Glen Irons, dentist with the YMCA in Russia.

Image of 2010.27.28 - Print, Photographic

2010.27.28 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Japanese soldiers and one civilian sitting under a protective canopy. Image probably taken somewhere in Russia and potentially the Siberia region. From the service of Dr. Charles Glen Irons, dentist with the YMCA in Russia.

Image of 2010.27.30 - Print, Photographic

2010.27.30 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of American soldiers moving equipment while foreign soldiers and sailors (possibly Japanese) look on while standing at attention. Equipment are wagons and a water tank. Back of tank says U.S. Q.M.C. (United States Quarter Master Corps). Japanese flag of the Navy hangs from building over sailors Image probably taken somewhere in Russia and potentially the Siberia region. From the service of Dr. Charles Glen Irons, dentist with the YMCA in Russia.

Image of 2010.27.35 - Print, Photographic

2010.27.35 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph U.S. Marines, Russian or Czech soldiers, and possibly Japanese sailors marching. Image probably taken somewhere in Russia and potentially the Siberia region. From the service of Dr. Charles Glen Irons, dentist with the YMCA in Russia.