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Map showing overland Pacific Telegraph from San Francisco to Moscow, submitted to the Committee on Commerce with a petition for a survey for a telegraphic line from the Amoor River to Russian America

Eleanor Roosevelt with Servicemen during a Trip to Central and South America

Nautical Chart of the East Coast of Central America

Figurehead of "America" after Collision with Ice

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American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Red Cross Distributing Service, England. A corner of the offices of the American Red Cross Distributing Service, in Hanover Square, London. There have been times when the big Depot was so swamped with newly arrived shipments from America, that it was almost impossible to walk around the big storerooms

Airplanes - Historical - The first Aircraft Landing Field Identification Marker in the U.S., laid at Boiling Field D.C., similar markers are being placed along the line of America's First Airway from Washington, D.C., to Dayton, Ohio

American Red Cross - Warehouses - Supplies and warehouses in France. Warehouse 51 Rue de Ponthieu, Paris, for repacking the various articles donated and shipped to the American Red Cross in Paris by the American Red Cross in America

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - "Wake Up America" Parade in New York. Photo shows a part of the 40,000 marchers in the "Wake Up America" parade in New York City, April 19, 1916. The paraders are here seen crossing 23rd Street at Fifth Avenue

Airplanes - Wheels - J.N.4 Aeroplane wheel for Curtiss Training Plane, Tire size 26" x 4" plain clincher manufactured by the Wire Wheel Corporation of America, Buffalo, N.Y

Airplanes - Wheels - Caproni Wheel for Caproni bombing plane, tire size 900 x 90 m/m manufactured by the Wire Wheel Corporation of America, Buffalo, N.Y

Ceremonies - War Activities - Rome celebrates first anniversary of America's entrance into the war. The Italian people celebrated the anniversary of the American intervention in the war at a great commemorative meeting in the ruins of the Coliseum. In the center of the photograph is the Chinese Minister to Rome

American Red Cross - N thru W - Mrs. A.G. Olney of New York neice of the late Richard Olney, American Secretary of State, is now in Europe for an inspection of the American Red Cross work in England, France and Italy, making particular study of the needs of the American soldiers as they arrive on the troop ships from America

American Library Association - ALA - European - French - Books from America in the Y.M.C.A. Warehouse, Paris

Ceremonies - Navy & Marines - The Return of the Victory Feelt to New York. With clocklike precision, which is so characteristic of the United States Navy, America's majestic fleet moved up the Hudson River through a heavy snowstorm. After the review of the fleet by Secretary Daniels, half of the sailorscame ashore to partake in a parade down Fifth Avenue where they were cheered by thousands of people. The photo shows a division passing the reviewing stand in front of the Public Library. Secretary Daniels in a silk hat can be seen near the center post

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Amer. Misc. - Armenians celebrate with America on July 4th. Societies of the nations crushed by the Turks show loyalty by taking part in Independence Day demonstrationsh here

Ceremonies - England - London had a chance to express its entusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets and past the King and Queen at Buckingham Palace

Ceremonies - England, Italy - American Indepencdence Day Rome, Italy. The people of Rome pay homage to the United States of America, commemorating Independence Day at the Altare Della Patria or King Victor Emmanual Monument

Ceremonies - England - Eight hundred British school children voice thanks to America for help in war. Children of Gibbons Road School Harleside, London, held a special celebration in honor of America's participation in the war. Each schoolboy and schoolgirl produced a message of thanks to the United States for the aid she has rendered her ally

Ceremonies - Liberations - National Anthem Day - People of Omaha, Nebraska, sing "America," at noon on courthouse lawn, 1918

Ceremonies - New York school children celebrate America's entrance into the war. A general view of the crowd that attended the celebration of the first anniversary of America's entrance into the war in front of Public School 43 at 129th Street and Amsterdam Ave. A Service flag with 210 stars was unfurled by the children

Ceremonies - Illinois - Centennial Pageant at Evanston, Ill. The schools of the whole state of Illinois, this year elaborately celebrated the Illinois Centennial with patriotic pageants. Photo shows pageant with America in the center, France on one side, and Great Britain on the other and Belgium appealing to America for help

Ceremonies - Illinois thru Massachusetts - Scenes in the America Red Cross parade around the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Indianapolis, Ind. May, 1918

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - France - The American Red Cross has a system by which nothing is wasted. A "re-conditioning" department has been in operation for some time at Rue St. Didier, Paris. It is here that great number of women are employed going over and renovating articles which have been damaged in transit. Soemtimes cases of supplies enroute from America become waterlogged and absolutely unfit for use. It is here that these women go over the material and clean, resew, and make over such articles as needed

Airplanes - Types - Will soon attempt trans-Atlantic flight. Clifford Prodger in huge Handley Page passenger carrying machine, recently flew from Ireland to England with mail and passengers. He will soon attempt to make first flight across Atlantic to shores of North America. Central News Service

Ceremonies and Parades - New York School Children's "Americanization Day" Celebration, 1917. All nations were represented. Photo shows the children in front of City Hall. From left to right: America, Russia, Spain, Italy, France, England, Ireland, Holland, and Scotland

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops historic march through London. London had a chance in August 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets and past the King at Buckingham Palace. Passing through Trafalgar Square. This is part of the 13th Engineers (Ry)

American Red Cross - Warehouses - Outfitting returning boys with things to keep them comfortable on the way back to America, at the Red Cross warehouse in Liverpool, England

American Red Cross - I thru M - America's Society people at work in Paris for the American Fund for French wounded. Miss Mary S. Montgomery of Philadelphia, Pa., who rendered relief service in the surgical department of the American Fund for French wounded. She was on the Committee in Philadelphia from the spring of 1915 until Dec. 1916 when she sailed for France to become more actively engaged in the work

Boy's Activities - Drills - Boy Scout Activities. Boy Scouts of America at the flag raising ceremony at "Lett's Camp," near Los Angeles, Calif

Ceremonies - War Activities - Rome celebrates the anniversary of America's entrance into war. The Italian people celebrated the first anniversary of the American interventionin the war at a great commemorative meeting in the ruins of the Coliseum, Rome, April 6, 1918. A general view of the throng of people who celebrated the anniversary of our entrance into the war is shown in the photo

Ceremonies - England - American Troops historic march through London. London had a change in August 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets past the King at Buckingham Palace. Passing through Trafalgar Square

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - Red Cross Baseball in England. Every hospital has several teams and also several good diamonds. One Red Cross shipment from America to England this summer included complete baseball equipment for 2000 men. This was mainly used in the Hospitals

American Red Cross - Ambulances - Presentation of ambulances to the American Red Cross commission for Great Britian. Major Harper Sibley of Rochester, N.Y., acting on behalf of a large number of priate doners in America, presenting a long chain of ambulances for use in the American hospitals in England. Major R. Stuart Smith, of Philadelphia representing the Commission for Great Britian accept them. The photograph was taken in front of one of the Red Cross headquarters buildings in London

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - Red Cross Parade, Harrisburg, PA. Roman Legion of America shows its patriotism

American Red Cross - Christmas Activities - Leon Sturgeon of Los Angeles, the American soldier on crutches tells some of the village children about the wonderful children of America, - that is the story the Dartford children like the best. On the lawn of the American Base Hospital at Dartford, near London. The Red Cross woman is Mrs. Arthur Robinson of Baltimore

American Red Cross - Canteens - Preparing sandwiches for the men of an arriving troopship. Every transport is met at the docks by a deputation of Red Cross men and women. The soldiers flock down to the Red Cross Canteen for Coffee and Sandwiches, chocolate, and cigarettes, and it is a big job keeping enough on hand for their needs. Sea air is a great stimulant to the appetite, and the American soldier has a great curiosity to sample the "war bread" of England and see how it tallies up with the war bread of America

Airplanes - Wheels - De Haviland 4 aeroplane wheel for the De Haviland Plane, tire size 600 x 150m/m manufactured by the Wire Wheel Corporation of America, Buffalo, N.Y

Airplanes - Wheels - Handley-Page aeroplane wheel for Handley-Page Bombing Plane. Tire size 900 x 200 m/m manufactured by the Wire Wheel Corporation of America, Buffalo, N.Y

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Great "Wake Up America" Parade in New York City. High school girls marching down Fifth Avenue, above 23rd Street

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - The "Wake Up America" Parade in New York City. Girls of Julia Richman High School marching. April 19, 1917

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - American Memorial Day in reconquered Alsace. Mgr. Anderson, American Bishop shows on a pile of shells in the town of Masevaux, addressing the Alsace Lorraine people and giving the pledge that America will fight to the end in order to restore their provinces to France

Ceremonies and Parades - "Wake Up America" Parade in N. Y. City. Prominent Army, Navy, and civilian folk on the reviewing stand at the Union League Club, 5th Ave., and 39th St

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - "Wake Up America" demonstration in New York City. Columbia students passing City College

American Red Cross - Groups - Two of the staunchest Red Cross workers in Switzerland are Remson Whitehouse of New York (right) and Joseph Cooke Smith of Providence, R.I. Both men have lived in Switzerland for many years, being enthusiastic winter sportsmen and mountain climbers. Long before America entered the war, they were engaged in relief work in Switzerland and France, and as soon as the United States declared war they devoted their entire time to Red Cross relief work. For sometime Mr. Smith sent packages of food and clothing to american prisoners in Germany at his own expense, particularly to the crew of the Yarrowdale. He is now in charge of relief work for repatriated Italian soldiers. Mr. Whitehouse is at present acting as a liason officer between the Red Cross and American Embassy

American Red Cross - E thru H - American Red Cross Personnel. Col. Gibson, American Red Cross Commissioner for France, addressing group of workers just arrived from America

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - London children get a little pleasure trip in a test run of a convoy of American Red Cross ambulances just arrived from America

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops historic march through London. London had a chance in June (August) 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets and past the King at Buckingham Palace. Passing through Trafalgar Square. (This contingent comprised the 12th, 13th, 14th, and 17th Engineers)

Ceremonies - Liberations - France - A section of the great crowd in the Place de Iena, Paris during the celebration on April 22, 1917 of "America Day" in Paris

Boy's Activities - War Work - Boy Scout band plays for Liberty Loan. Troop 8 Band of Salem, Mass. Boy Scouts of America which has been playing for all Liberty Loans. They tour the city and surrounding suburbs to help in selling the bonds. The Boy Scouts are connected with the Salem Fraternity, the oldest Boy's Club in the U.S

Boy's Activities - Personnel - Boys' Club aids in Liberty Bond Campaign. Messenger service of the Salem Fraternity, one of the oldest boys clubs in America did great work int eh 4th Liberty Loan Campaign

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - First war bridge to be brought to the United States. Chief Petty Officer has the honor of being the first American boy to bring home a war bride to America. His wife who was Marie Louise Goasumpis is living her husband's parents while he is in the service

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - "Wake Up America" Parade in New York City. Abraham Lincoln impersonated by Benjamin Chapin with his aide Southard Brown riding down Fifth Avenue in the great parade

Ceremonies - Navy & Marines - East Providence, R.I., war activities. "Blue Jackets" in "Wake Up America" parade

Ceremonies and Parades - Society Women in "Wake Up America Demonstration. L to R: Mrs. Lydig Hoty, Mrs. George F. Barker, Jr. and Mrs. James B. Eustis leading the parade

Ceremonies - Varied Assembly of Allied Troops. Troops of France, Britain, America, Belgium and Portugal are shown here listening to a sermon by an Army chaplain

Ceremonies and Parades - "Wake Up America" Demonstration N.Y. City. John H. Finley, Commissioner of Education of N. Y. State addressing students at the City College Stadium after the presentation of the flag by Maj. Gen. John O'Ryan

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Boy Scouts in "Wake Up America" parade in New York City, 1917

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - A bit of America's Air Force. A number of aviation instructors, mechanicians, and students at the Wilbur Wright Aviation camp, one of the biggest aviation schools in the U.S

American Red Cross - I thru M - Wounded American nurses return home. Nettie Elizabeth Johnston, one of the many wounded nurses to return to America on the "Comfort."

Armistice - Armistice - The surrender of Sedan in 1870 reversed in 1918. Faint hearted at the severe terms that were being imposed upon their beloved country the French plenipotentiaries slowly pass from the peace table while the haughty Hun looks on and Bismarck squats in a chair as though he were there to stay. Today the tables are turned, for the Sedan of 1870 passes into the hands of democartic America by capture in place of an autocratic Germany

Boy's Activities - Drills - Boy Scout Activities. The main "street" of Boy Scouts of America "Lett's" Week and Camp, located near Hollywood, California

Boy's Activities - Drills - New York Branch of the Boy Scouts of America mobilized in Central Park, New York City. 1917

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops historic march through London. London had a chance in June (Aug) 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets and past the King at Buckingham Palace. The troops passing the Queen Victoria Memorial, which was unveiled by the Kaiser, who little throught, then, that American troops would one day pass the memorial on their way to fight against him and his troops and assist the Allies

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops historic march through London. London had a chance in June (August) 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of U.S. troops marched through the streets and past the King at Buckingham Palace. The troops passing the Queen Victoria Memorial

Ceremonies and Parades - Interallied ceremony at the cemetary of Suresne, near Paris, France to honor the graves of America, French, and British soldiers fallen in the war

Demobilization - Miscellaneous - The 105th Field Artillery, part of the 27th, back home on America. Some of members of 106th F.A., part of 27th Division

Boy's Activities - War Work - Monkey helps to raise funds. A Boy Scout of America, with a monkey and hand organ, was successful in raising a large sum for War charities. The moneky gathered all the change. The photo was taken in Los Angeles, Cal

Ceremonies and Parades - Boy Scouts of America march in victory parade in New York. Boy Scouts of America marching down Fifth Ave. in a parade for the benefit of the United War Workers Campaign

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Navy Dirigible Balloon, C-1, the largest of its kind in America. This balloon made the flight from Rockaway Naval Air Station L.I., to Key West, Florida, a ditance of nearly 1,500 miles. The crew consisting of six men was under the command of Capt. S.V. Parsler, Commandant of the Naval Air Station at Rockaway, L.I

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - First American to bring a war bride to the United States. Petty Officer John Walters has the honor of brining the first war bridge to America who is now living with her husband's people at Hammond, Indiana

Colleges and Universities - Horace Mann - "Wake Up America" demonstration New York City. Horace Mann pupils who turned out for the parade

Boy's Activities - Drills - Boy Scout Activities. "Officer of the Day" at the Lett's Boy Scouts of America Camp selling sugar to one of the weekend trip Boys

Ceremonies - Foreign - Red Cross Day, Norwich, Eng. Parade of British and American troops at Norwich, England, on Red Cross Day. Received in state by the lord-mayor at the Town Hall, along the front of which is a sign bearing the words: "Welcome America." The lord mayor's mace-bearer, with his heavy mace, stands at the right of the picture in the rear of the group of aldermen and local dignitaries

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Red Cross Canteen in America. Red Cross workers preparing hot coffee at an Emergency Station

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Poland wins award for July Fourth showing. Poland was awarded the first honor, a gold medal presented by the city of New York, for the best showing made in the Fourth of July parade in the city. Every nation represented by floats and marches turned out to show their loyalty to America and a medal was awarded for the greatest demonstration. Mme. Paderewski, head of the Polish White Cross in this country, and members of the Polish Mission who received the medal from Mayor Hylan on the steps of the City Hall are shown

Boy's Activities - War Work - Boy Scouts' music sells Liberty Bonds. A number of the members of the Fife, Drum and Bugle Corps of Boy Scouts of America Troops 2, 3, and 4 connected with the Salem Fraternity, Salem, Mass., the oldest Boy's Club in the U.S. paraded throug the city every night playing to help sell the Liberty Bonds. They were assiting in the 2nd Liberty Loan when this photo was made

Commissions - Japan - Japanese Mission Visits 1 of America's Scenic Beauty Sports. Members of the Japanese Mission arriving at the Hotel at Glacier Point on the Yosemite, 1 of the beauty sports of the continent

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops march thru London. London had a chance in June (Aug) 1917 to express its enthusiasm over America's entry into the war. A contingent of American troops marched thru the streets. Photo shows them passing St. Thomas Hospital

U*S*A Bonds. Third Liberty Loan Campaign. Boy Scouts of America. Weapons for Liberty. Color poster by Joseph Christian Leyendecker.

Spirit of Young America

The Faith of Young America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of BBC (British Broadcasting Coorporation) Filming for the Series, America

Photograph of America Historical Association Project Staff for the Selection and Description of Captured German Records, World War II Records Division, Alexandria, Virginia

The Blitzkrieg comes to America

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