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Office of the Administrator - Agency Headquarters Renaming Ceremony - ceremony to mark the renaming of the Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters in honor of President Bill Clinton [412-APD-1126-2013-07-17_WmJClintonRename_094.jpg]

President Wilson's Funeral Procession

President Wilson's Funeral Procession

President Wilson's Funeral Procession

President Wilson's Funeral Procession

President Wilson's Funeral Procession

Photograph of Golden Spike Ceremony at Promontory, Utah

Scene during Fourth of July ceremony at Houthem

King George of England visits American Cemetery near St. Quentin Canal, France

Funeral of Baron Von Richthofen, Bertangles, France. 4-22-1918

King George visiting American Cemetery. ST. Quentin Canal, France

Rebuilding Driveway, Naval Hospital, Looking West from near Cemetery Entrance, Yard Labor

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Exterior of Hotel De Ville, Paris, France, showing decorations in celebration of the Armistice where a ceremony was held in the Hotel De Ville, Paris, France, in honor of the A.R.C

Ceremonies and Parades - Camp Upton, Yaphank, Long Island. Bishop Burch shaking hands with officers of the 304th Artillery after the ceremony of blessing the colors of the 307th Regiment

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - An imposing ceremony recently took place on the American front when two flags were presented to an American Regiment by descendents of Marshal Rochambeau. Marquis Dompierre making a speech

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - Review of the A.R.C. Auto drivers in front of St. Cyr, French Officers Training School

Ceremonies - New York State Activities - Middletown, N.Y. celebrates Armistice signing. 500 employees of Bordens' Condensery had a holiday to celebrate the victory

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette Day Celebration New York City. Flags of patriotic societies at the statue of Lafayette Union Square, New York. In celebration of the 161st anniversary of the gallant Frenchman who fought for American Independence and the fourth anniversary of the stopping of the Germans on the Marne

Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Making citizens of 300 foreign born fighting men wearing U.S.A. uniform. One of the most impressive scenes witnessed at any of the training camps where men of the National Army are being whipped into shape was enacted at Camp Upton, N.Y. when 300 foreign born members wearing the uniform were admitted to full citizenship. These men were granted full citizenship in order to give them every protection accorded a citizen of the United States. This photograph shows the men who were instrumental in aiding these foreign born fighters gain recognition as full fledged Americans. From left to right: front row. Judge Mancheanser, Dana White, Chap. P. Miller, and Merton A. Sturges. Back row: Jas. P. Buxton, H. Mayorkas, R.B. Lish, Jas. F. Richardson, A.S. Solomon and Harold Waertendyke

Ceremonies - Camp Funston thru Camp Lee - Reviewing line, Camp Gordon, Georgia

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - 88th Division review. 338th Machine Gun Battalion in camp just before the review. Near Condrecourt, France

Ceremonies - Washington - A million signatures for universal military training. Porters carrying petition of National Security petition of National Security League in 1917 up Capitol Steps

Ceremonies - New York City - An American Scout Patrol decorated upon receipt of news that Armistice was signed

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - Decoration Day in England. American soldiers and nurses now undergoing training some where in England for service on the battlefields of France duly honored Decoration Day. Graves of some of the U.S. soldiers who died were decorated while bands played and the American partook in the ceremonies

Ceremonies - Bastille Day, 1918 - American troops take part in Bastille Day Celebration in Paris, France. American Troops marching past the Plaza Hotel in Paris

Ceremonies - Camp Lewis thru Camp Wheeler - Reviews. Review at Camp Lewis, American Lake, Washington

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - Women of the country watch American troops marching through streets of Brest, France

Colleges and Universities - West Point - Ceremonies - Baker attends West Point graduation. General view of the Commencement exercises in the Gymnasium at West Point. Secretary Baker presented the graduates with their diplomas

Ceremonies - Belgium - Belgium Army advancing through a small Belgian village during the German retreat in November 1918

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette Day Celebration, New York City. Alton B. Parker addressing the crowd at the Lafayette Statue in Union Square, N.Y. in the celebration of the 161st. anniversary of the birth of the gallant French mean who fought for American Independence, and the fourth anniversary of the stopping of the Germans at the Marne. A group of French sailors listen to an euology of their country

Ceremonies - France - Flag vendor and boy in the Rue St. Honore, Paris, France, celebrating the signing of the Armistice

Ceremonies - Camp Funston thru Camp Lee - British and French officer instructors. Camp Funston, Fort Riley, Kansas

Ceremonies - England, Italy - American Independence Day Celebration, Rome, Italy. Celebration at King Victor Immanuel Statue

Ceremonies - New York City - When news was received of singing of the armistice all ships in New York Harbor dressed up in varied colored bunting and flags of the Allies for the first time since beginning of the war

Ceremonies - Belgium - King Albert and Royal Party entering Parliament House, Brussells, Belgium, after the King's Review

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1917 - First American Troops in France. American soldiers arrived in Paris for the Independence Day celebration. Photo shows them marching from the Gare d'Austerlitz to the Barracks at Rouilly. July 4, 1917

Ceremonies - Camp Funston thru Camp Lee - Checking up the new recruits arriving at Camp Funston, Kansas

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - Patriotic demonstrations. Peekskill, N.Y. Naval Unit - Decoration Day - 1917

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - American soldiers passing in review before American and British officers. England

Ceremonies - Bastille Day, 1918 - Celebration of the 14th of July. Photo shows the French and American flags, during the decoration of some heroes. Lyon, France

Ceremonies - Camp Bowie thru Camp Forest - Training Camp Activities. Regimental review, Camp Dick, Texas

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 and Parades - 5,000 school children present loyalty exercises for commencement, June 1918, N. Y. First joint commencement exercises ever held in the city parks were held yesterday when 5,000 children from two districts in Williamsburg, representing nearly every country in Europe, met in Prospect Park and participated in an impressive loyalty demonstration. Photo shows flag drill

Ceremonies - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - Troops of 36th Division standing "at east" in street of Fort Worth, Texas

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - New 69th Regiment Infantry New York National Guard makes first appearance

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - American military band passing the reviewing party in An Alsatian village

Ceremonies - Wisconsin - Chippewa Falls, Wis., War Activities. Crowd awaiting before Armory to form procession on Armistice Day

Ceremonies - Camp Bowie thru Camp Forest - Major General McCain reviews Division. The 12th Division, in training at Camp Devens, Ayer, Massachusetts, passing in review before Major General Henry P. McCain

Ceremonies - Demobilization - First of heroes to parade in public march down Fifth Avenue amid wild cheers. 369th Infantry, U.S.A., known as Hell Fighters paraded down Fifth Ave., led by Col. Bill Hayward with 88 white officers commanding outfit

Ceremonies - New York City - French and American Sailors join in New York Peace Celebration. The streets for miles were crowded, traffic was halted, and a general holiday of joy was declared at signing of armistice

Ceremonies - Michigan thru New Jersey - Submarine Chaser Float in the second Red Cross War Fund Campaign Parade, May 1918, which served double purpose of stimulating Navy enlistments and Red Cross subscriptions. St. Paul, Minn

Ceremonies - Washington - Railroad employees at the East entrance to White House

Ceremonies - New York City - Demonstration over premature peace rumors. Crowds throngning Fifth Ave. after the false report was circulated that Germany had signed the Armistice

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Marines who stopped German drive at Chateau Thierry Parade in Philadelphia. A blinding snow storm did not hinder patriotic Philadelphia from turning out in gala attire to greet 500 of her wounded Marines just back from War

Ceremonies - England, Italy - American Independence Day, London England. Soldiers in lorries on a sight seeing tour through London. Independence Day was celebrated in proper sytle by Britons and Americans

Ceremonies - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - 12th regiment returns to New York. City from Mexican border. 12th Regiment In fine marching order swinging east on 23rd Street at Eighth Avenue, upon their return from Mexican border

Ceremonies - Colorado - Ft. Collins, Col., War Activities. Community march and sing, first of its kind in the west. Population of town 12,000, over 5000 people in the crowd

Ceremonies - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - N.T. Teleph1 Company men reviewed by visiting Bell Teleph1 officials at Monmouth Park, New Jersey

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

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - American Airmen reviewed in England. Some of the American airmen completing their training in England being inspected by General B.H.H. Cooke, C.M.G

Ceremonies - Illinois thru Massachusetts - American Red Cross parade, Boston, Mass. Girls from the High School of Practical Arts, Roxbury, Mass., marching

Ceremonies - New York State Activities - Middletown, N.Y. celebrates Armistice signing. Band played all afternoon in front of City Hall

Ceremonies - Camp Lewis thru Camp Wheeler - 304th Field Artillery review, Camp Upton, Yaphank, Long Island

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Wounded heroes head Great N.Y. Parade, Sept. 10, 1919. Autos containing convalescent heroes of the First Div., falling into place at the head of the line. These men are from all over the U.S., and the place accorded them in line of march was directly behind their Commanding General, John J. Pershing

Ceremonies - Liberations - France - 4th of August celebrations at the front. Gen. Plumber reviews his men. Americans marching by the Laluting Base, Terdegham, France

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day celebration, Chalons-Sur-Marne, France. Concert at a canteen given by an American military band

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - Elliot Fisher Co., Harrisburg, PA. War activities. Elliot Fisher Division in Red Cross Parade, Harrisburg, PA

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - Memorial wreaths being launched on Potomac for victims of Lusitania and Tuscania. By daughters of American Revolution and Legion of Loyal Women. Wreaths contributed by Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Alfred Vanderbilt. May 30, 1918

Ceremonies - Fort Russel, Fort Sill, and Camp Wadsworth - Review, Post Field, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Aero Squadrons "passing in review" at weekly inspection and review, Post Field, Fort Sill, Oklahoma

Ceremonies - Camp Lewis thru Camp Wheeler - Troops passing in review, Camp Lewis, Washington

Ceremonies - Ohio - Sing National Anthem in sign languages. Deaf and dumb children of St. Rita's School, Cincinnati Ohio singing the Star Spangled Banner in the sign language

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace Demonstrations, New York, N.Y. Demonstrations on lower Broadway after news had been received that Germany had signed the Armistice. The streets were blocked by the crowds and cars were at a standstill. Streamers and scraps of paper were thrown into the streets from the top of the buildings

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Troop C., 37th. Division, since Federalized, marches in review of honor through Cincinatti, Ohio, on its way back to Camp Sherman, to be demobiled

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 and Parades - Tablet Unveiled for Brooklyn Soldier Dead. More than 20,000 persons attended the unveiling of a bronze tablet in Prospect Park, Brooklyn in honor of the 356 Brooklyn heroes who died on the battlefields of France. Seven year old Veronica Blanchfield, daughter of Captin Blanchfield the first American Officer killed in France who unveiled the tablet, posing for the camera

Ceremonies - Michigan thru New Jersey - American Red Cross parade. Naval Reserve Force from Pelham Bay, in Red Cross Parade. Jersey City, N.J

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - American troops passing in review before American and British officers

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 - Joan of Ark Day, 1918 - New York - Patriotic demonstrations, New York City. Celebrating Joan of Arc's birthday, Riverside Drive. Miss Lilian Barrington as Joan leading the procession

Ceremonies - Michigan thru New Jersey - American Red Cross parade. Among the stirring features of the Second Red Cross War Fund Parade, was Service Flag Arm Bands worn by so many of the women marchers. St. Paul, Minn

Ceremonies - Belgium - Allied Troops entering Brussells, Belgium, for King Albert's review

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace reports stop business in New York. When the first report of Peace was announced in New York today, business in general was stopped and crowds from business houses, hotels, and residences swarmed into the streets and began the wildest celebration ever witnessed in this history of the city

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - U.S. troops visit Toronto, Canada

Ceremonies - Liberation of Alsace (Strassbourg) - French troops entering the city of Strassbourg in Alsace-Larraine for the first time in forty years. French infantry entering the city of Strassbourg being welcomed by the huge throngs

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

Ceremonies - France - Famous French Cavalry, the Presidents escort, before mounting to lead the celebration of the freeing of Alsace-Lorraine

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 - Camp Bowie thru Camp Forest - Review of 76th Division, Camp Devens, Massachusetts

Ceremonies - Camp Funston thru Camp Lee - Commanding officers reviewing the troops at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia

Ceremonies - Camp Lewis thru Camp Wheeler - Review of troops at Camp Lewis, Washington

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 - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette Marne Day at Central Park, New York City, N.Y. Left to right: Miss Rose LeHarte singing the Star Spangled Banner; Dr. George F. Kunz; Lieut. Adrien de Bachmann of the French High Commission and Miss Sally Hamlin

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 - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day celebration 1918, Paris, France. American troops passing the Strassbourg on the Place de La Concorde

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette - Marne Day Celebration in Central Park, New York City. Miss Rose La Harte singing the Star Spangled Banner. To her right is Lieut. Adrian de Pachmann, of the French High Commission

Colleges and Universities - West Point - Ceremonies - West Point graduates the 1920-1921 classes. The 1920-1921 West Point classes were graduated this date, furnishing 510 new officers for the U.S. Army

Ceremonies - Camp Funston thru Camp Lee - Review of troops at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia

Ceremonies and Parades - "Heroes Day" celebrated in New York City. New York City observed its first "Heroes Day" to commorate the lives of the soldiers, sailors, and marines who died in France. Mothers, sisters, and sweethearts bringing flowers to the mound, Central park in memory of the departed heroes

Ceremonies - Belgium - King Albert, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Leopold and Princess Marie Jose at the King's Review, Brussells, Belgium

Ceremonies - Liberation of Alsace (Strassbourg) - French troops entering the city of Strassboug the first time in forty years. Gen. Petain and Gen. Gouraud seated in the automobile in the foreground, entering the city of Strassbourg