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Members of the German military carry lit torches in honor of General (GEN) Charles L. Donnelly Jr., departing commander in chief, US Air Force Europe, and Allied Air Forces Central Europe. The Soldiers are participating in the"Grand Tatoo,"one of the West Germany military's highest honors

Central Virginia showing Lieut. Gen'l. U.S. Grant's Campaign and Marches of the Armies under his Command in 1864-5. Engineer Bureau, War Dept....Prepared by Order of the Secretary of War For the Officers of the U.S. Army under the command of Lieut. Gen. U. S. Grant.

Central Virginia showing Maj. Gen'l. P. H. Sheridan's Campaigns and Marches of the Cavalry under his Command in 1864-65, drawn and lithographed under direction of Brvt. Maj. G. L. Gillespie, U.S.A., Chief Eng., Mil. Div. of the Gulf, Oct. 1865. Authorities--Engineer Bureau, War Dept.

Map of Colorado Territory Embracing the Central Gold Region

Map of the Kentucky Central Rail Road and Valley of Licking River from Benton Sta. to Lexington, Ky., 80 miles, Showing all the important Bridges and their Defensive Works. Surveyed under the direction of Maj. J. H. Simpson, Chief Engr., Department of the Ohio, by G. A. Aschbach, Asst. U. S. Engr. Sketched and Platted Under the direction of Capt. T. B. Brooks, Vol. Engrs., By A. B. Miller, Asst. U. S. Engr.

Eastern & Central Texas, Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N.P. Banks. Major D.C. Houston, Chief of Engineers, Feb. 1864 . . . F. D'Avignon, B. v. Reizenstein, Delns.

Photograph of Yorktown National Cemetery from Gate Looking Down Central Avenue towards Flag Staff

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

Nautical Chart of the East Coast of Central America

Right of Way and Supplemental Station Grounds of the Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at Dewey in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

The Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Railway, South Branch, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway, Funston, Matoaka, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Supplemental Station Grounds of the Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at Owen in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Supplemental Station Grounds of the Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at Owasso n Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

The Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway, South Branch, Cherokee and Creek Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Supplemental Station Grounds of the Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at Ochelata in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Station Grounds of The Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at Dewey in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Station Grounds of The Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at Vera in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Proposed Development of the Central Area West and East of the Capitol

Right of Way and Station Grounds of Kansas, Oklahoma, Central and Southwestern Railway at Bartlesville in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Supplemental Station Grounds of the Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at Dewey in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Station Grounds of The Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at IOA in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Station Grounds of Kansas, Oklahoma, Central and Southwestern Railway at Lawton in the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way and Station Grounds of The Kansas, Oklahoma, Central, and Southwestern Railway at Dewey in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Map of the Ozark & Cherokee Central Ry. Through the Creek & Cherokee Nations Indian Ter.

Map of the Ozark and Cherokee Central Railway through the Cherokee Nation Indian Territory

Map of the Ozark & Cherokee Central RY. Through the Cherokee Nation, Indian Ter.

Right of Way and Station Grounds of the Kansas, Oklahoma, Central and Southwestern Railway at Collinsville in the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Map of the Ozark and Cherokee Central Railway Through the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory From Station 1571+99 on the Arkansas Line Westward to Station 2628

Ozark & Cherokee Central Railway Thru Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory

Right of Way and Supplemental Station Grounds of The Kansas, Oklahoma, Central and Southwestern Railway at Collinsville in the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Amended Map of Definite Location, Ozark Cherokee Central Railway Company Fractional Fourth Section, From Station 1164+60 to Station 65+78[ 2 copies]

Amended Map of the Ozark and Cherokee Central Railway Through the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory From Station 1531+75 to Station 2727+68

Amended Map of the Ozark & Cherokee Central Railway Through Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Amended Map of Definite Location, Ozark & Cherokee Central Ry Comp'y Third 20 Mile Section

Amended Map of Definite Location, Ozark and Cherokee Central Railway Company, Fractional Fourth Section, From Station 1164_60 to Station 65+78

Amended Map of Definite Location of Ozark and Cherokee Central Railway Company, Third Twenty Mile Section, From Station 105+73.0 to Station 1164+60

Map of Definite Location, Ozark and Cherokee Central Railway Company Second Twenty Mile Section from Station 2727+68 to Station 105+73

Map of Definite Location of Ozark and Cherokee Central Ry, Comp'y First Station

Station Grounds Along the Line of the Ozark Cherokee Central Ry. Co.

Ozark & Cherokee Central RY. Co. Frisco System Central Div. Muskogee Dist. Extra Right of Way to Serve Muskogee Compress Co. Muskogee, I.T.

Ozark & Cherokee Central Ry. Co. Frisco System Central Div. Muskogee Dist. Plat of Chase Yard

Station Grounds Along the Line of the Ozark Cherokee Central Ry. Co.

Right of Way Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 2225 + 09 to 2753 + 09

[No Title] Plat of Route of the Oklahoma Central Railway Beginning at a Point on the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway

Map of the Oklahoma & Cherokee Central Railroad through the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory

Right of Way Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 641 + 09 to Sta. 1169 + 09

Supplemental Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company . . . Showing Location of Station Grounds and Connection with Spur to No. 5 Mine . . . In the Town of Lehigh, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory

Ozark & Cherokee Central Ry. Co. Plat Showing Extra Right of Way for Stock Pens and Approach to Same at Boynton, Creek Nation, Ind. Ter.

Right of Way Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 113 + 09 to Sta. 641 + 09

Ozark & Cherokee Central Railway Company, Sketch Showing Property to be Acquired in Sec. 23 T. 17 N. R. 23 E. near Prockor, Cherokee Nat. I.T.

Right of Way Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 2753 + 09 to 3281 + 09

Ozark & Cherokee Central Ry. Co. Plat Showing Extra R.W. to be Acquired from Eliza M. Jobe near Muskogee, I.T.

Ozark & Cherokee Central Ry. Co. Plat of Grandview, I.T. Creek Nation Showing Extra Right of Way to be Acquired

Right of Way Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 3809 + 09 to Sta. 4337 + 09.

Right of Way Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 1169 to 09 to Sta. 1667 + 09

Ozark & Cherokee Central Railway Company Sketch Showing Property to be Acquired . . . Near Proctor, Cherokee Nat. I.T.

Right of Way Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 4337 + 09 to Sta. 4865 + 09

Right of Way Map of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 1697 + 09 to Sta. 2225 + 09

[No Title] Oklahoma Central Railway Company, Survey of Right of Way through Southern District, through the Town of Chickasha, Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory

Oklahoma Central Railway, Map Showing Location of Site for Engine-House, Machine & Repair Shops, Wye. Ect. At Surcell, I.T.

Oklahoma Central Railway, Plat Showing Right of Way through Chickasha, I.T.

Oklahoma Central Railway, Sketch Showing Additional Right of Way Required for Siding at Rosedale

Right of Way Maps of the Oklahoma Central Railway Company Showing Right of Way from Sta. 5809 + 59 to Sta. 5946 + 52

Central Power Plant, Air Compressors, Looking Southeast, Evans Almiral Company, Contractors

Central Power Plant, 6000 Square Foot Condenser for 1500 KW Turbine, Evans Almiral Company, Contractors

Central Power Plant, Air Compressors, Looking Northwest, Evans Almiral Company, Contractors, Showing Progress of Work

Monthly Progress Photo, Paving Coal Plant Pier, Looking Northwest along Central Part, Joseph Balaban Company, Contractor

Members of the Armistice Commission, Spa, Germany. Central figures- left to right: General Haking, (British) Major General C.D. Rhodes, (USA) General Nudan (French). 11-29-1918

Independence Day exercises at Central Hall, Westminster. General John Biddle near right of picture and Admiral Sims left center. England

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 127 (44) Central Columns, Crane Runway, Southwest Side, Looking Southeast, Yard Labor

Comparative Smoke Emitted from Central Power Plant Stacks

Ceremonies - Flag Day, 1918 - Flag Day Celebration held in Central Park, N.Y. Slovak girls and boys in setting up exercises at Flag Day celebration

Ceremonies - Flag Day, 1918 - Flag Day celebration held in Central Park, N.Y. City 1918

American Red Cross - N thru W - American Red Cross worker. Capt. John E. Wagner of Topeka, Kas., who has held posts in France and in Southern England, has charge of American Red Cross work in Central England. He is coming out of the American Red Cross headquarters in London

American Red Cross - In the Service of Interior - Canteen Service - Main Room American Red Cross canteen, Detroit, in Michigan Central Station. The table has a capacity of 56 men

Airplanes - Types - De Haviland 10 or Airco 10 to be used on the London-Paris, Ritz to Ritz Air Service, London to Paris in two hours. First photograph permitted to be published. Earlier types of this machine carried out all the daylight bombing of the German towns. The De Haviland 10 flies at the high speed of 128 miles an hour, carrying a ton and a half, and loops the loop, an extraordinary feat for a machine of this size. Central News Photo Service

Ceremonies and Parades - Parade in honor of returning heroes at Cleveland, Ohio. 332nd Infantry maching down E. 6th St. to Central Armory

Ceremonies - Flag Day, 1918 - Flag Day Celectration held in Central Park, N.Y. Naval Reserves drilling on wireless while Boy Scouts stand guard, at the Flag Day celebration in Central Park. Mayor Hylan can be seen standing on the left of the photo

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

American Library Association - K thru N - Grand Central Palace. Miss Bunting DI distributing morning papers to the wounded soldiers

Decorations - Presentations - DSM and CM of Honor - Medal winners of 27th Division just before receiving D.S.C. and Croix de Guerre at Central Park, N.Y.C

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Red Cross canteen for men in service. Cigarettes and coffee for colored soldiers at the free buffet for soldiers and sailors maintained by the Red Cross at the Grand Central Depot, Cincinnati, Ohio

Airplanes - Flight - The Torpedo-Aeroplane, A new arm precluded by Armistice. Among new devices which Armistice prevented Royal Air Force from putting into use against enemy was torpedo-aeroplane. Considered to be greater potential value than submarine, and would doubtless have proved astonishingly efficient. Central News Service

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Opening of the Knitting Bee in Central Park. Policeman Patrick Fitzgibbons operating an automatic knitting machine

Ceremonies and Parades - Parade for home-coming boys of 37th Division. After the parade of 134th and 135th Artillery, mother waits on son at Central Armory, Cleveland, Ohio

American Red Cross - Groups - The Executive Committee of American Red Cross Workrooms in London. Everywhere great quantities of surgical dressings have been mnufactured during the war. Back row, left to right: Mrs. Arthur Walker, Northampton, Mass.; Mrs. Boylston Beal, Boston; Mrs. Eugene Tobey, Portland, Me.; Mrs. George Short, Brooklyn; Mrs. John G. Elliott, N.Y.; Mrs. Beckwith spencer, Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. Robert McCollan, Cambridge, N.Y. Front row: Mrs. Chester Purrington, Amesburg, Mass.; MRs. Frank Willcox, New Orleans; Mrs. H.S. Waite, Chairman, Chicago; Mrs. Lorin Woodruff, Buffalo; Mrs. Gillie Naylor, N.Y.; Mrs. Hugh McCall, N.Y. Central, Pacific, Gulf, Lake, Northern Bulletin

Central receiving station for French and English prisoneers on the Roman road near Fouceaucourt

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - The Japanese Central Red Cross Hospital in Tokyo, Japan

Airplanes - Historical - Flight at sea. Aeroplane leaving a light cruiser. Central News Service

American Red Cross - N thru W - Captain H.W. Skinner of Chicago is in charge of American Red Cross work in the Liverpool area, comprising a large and important part of Central England

American Red Cross - Vehicles - American Red Cross War Work. The Bishop of Jerusalem (Central figure in white) who attended the formal opening of the American Red Cross activities in Palestine, July Fourth

Ceremonies and Parades - Parade in honor of returning heroes at Cleveland, Ohio. When veteran meets veteran. At Central Armory on arrival of 332nd Infantry. G. A. R. Veteran H. C. Martindale and De Forest Richards, and De Forest Richards of 332nd Infantry

Airplanes - Operations - Peace uses for war airplanes. Use for thousands of airplanes which were idle after hostilities had ceased being partly solved in England by utilizing machines and aviators for carrying merchandise and foodstuffs. Central News Service

American Red Cross - In the Service of Interior - Canteen Service - War activities, Red Cross. Red Cross Canteen, Michigan Central Station, Detroit, Mich

Decorations - Presentations - American - Major General O'Ryan decorates battle-scarred veterans of 27th Division. Shows 107th Infantry passing Maine Monument on way to Central Park

American Library Association - K thru N - U.S. Debarkation Hops. #5, Grand Central Palace, N.Y.C. #3 A.L.A. Hosp. Library

Airplanes - Flight - British aeroplane makes flight from cruiser. An aeroplane of the British Royal Force leaving its berth on a light cruiser in the English Channel for a trip over Ostend and Zeebrugge. The vessel was under full steam at the time. Central News Photo Service

Ceremonies - Demobilization - View of giant grandstand containing 75,000 spectators during parade of nations heroes. View if giant grandstand which runs form 59th street along Central Park and Fifth Avenue for a distance of two and one-half miles. It holds 75,000 people all relatives of men of Twenty Seventh Div

Colleges and Universities - Central High School - Newark, New Jersey - Boys subject to draft, become iron workers for Government work at Newark Technical High School, Newark, New Jersey