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Concert party organized by women of the British Carpenter Corps to entertain wounded soldiers. Calais, 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 - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Indepence Day celebration, Chalons Sur Marne, France. Crowd attending concert at the Franco-American canteen

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day Celebration, Chalons sur Marne, France. Crowd enjoying the concert held at the Franco-American canteen

Ceremonies and Parades - Patriotic open air concert at City College Stadium. American Junior naval and Marine Scouts singing "Yankee Doodle" before immence crowd

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day Celebration, Chalons sur Marne, France. Crowd attending the concert held at the Franco-American canteen

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day Celebration, Chalons-Sur-Marne, France. Concert held at Franco-American veteran

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day Celebration, Chalons sur Marne, France. Crowd attending the concert held at the Franco-American canteen

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day celebration, Chalons Sur Marne, France. Concert given at the Franco-American canteen, and music furnished by the American 369th Regt. Inf

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day Celebration, Chalons-Sur-Marne, France. People standing during the playing of the Marseillaise at the concert held at the Franco-American canteen. In the foreground can be seen a French General, minus his right arm lost in battle, saluting with his left hand

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day celebration Chalons-Sur-Marne, France. Concert held at Franco-American canteen

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - American Red Cross concert party at American hospital. Tottenham, near London. Twice a week, a regular theater for convalescents is opened with regular theatrical stars who donate their services gladly to entertain American boys

Ceremonies - Nebraska - Celebrating the signing of the Armistice at Reno, Neb. Open air concert at street corner

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Celebration of Independence Day, Chalons sur Marne, France. The 369th Regt. Inf. (American) furnishing music at the concert held at the Franco-American canteen

[Concert 7th Army Band, USIS Gardens]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic", Concert in Paris]

[USIS Concert, Fulbright Artists]

[Charles Rosen, US Pianist Concert, USIS]

[Concert of Europe]

[7th Army Orchestra, Concert in Versailles]

[Concert of Europe - Series II]

[Concert 7th Army Band, USIS Gardens]

[Concert of Europe Program #5, Series II, Napoleone Annovazzi]

[Charles Rosen, US Pianist Concert, USIS]

[Concert of Europe Broadcasts Program 6, Series II]

[Concert of Europe]

[Concert of Europe - Series II - Austria]

[Concert 7th Army Band, USIS Gardens]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic", Concert in Paris]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Radio "Concert of Europe"]

[Concert of Europe]

[Concert of Europe - Series II, Holland]

[Smith College Singers' Concert]

[Concert of Europe Broadcasts Program 6, Series II]

[Concert of Europe - Series II, Belgium]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic", Concert in Paris]

[USIS Concert, R. Tetley Kardos]

[7th Army Orchestra, Concert in Versailles]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe]

[Radio "Concert of Europe"]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Fulbright Students' Concert, USIS]

[Concert of Europe (Leo Genn and Lionel Durand)]

[Concert of Europe Program #5, Series II, Napoleone Annovazzi]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe - Series II, Holland]

[Leon Thompson, Concert Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe - Program #3, Series II]

[Concert of Europe]

[Leon Thompson, Concert Salle Pleyel]

[Smith College Singers' Concert]

[USIS Concert, Fulbright Artists]

[USIS Concert, R. Tetley Kardos]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic", Concert in Paris]

[Concert of Europe - Program #3, Series II]

[Concert of Europe Program #5, Series II, Napoleone Annovazzi]

[Concert of Europe - Series II, Holland]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic", Concert in Paris]

[Concert of Europe Program #5, Series II, Napoleone Annovazzi]

[Concert of Europe]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe Program #5, Series II, Napoleone Annovazzi]

[Concert of Europe - Series II]

[Leon Thompson, Concert Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe Broadcasts Program 6, Series II]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe Broadcasts Program 6, Series II]

[Concert of Europe Broadcasts Program 6, Series II]

[Concert of Europe - Series II - Austria]

[Concert of Europe, Series II Program 7]

[Concert of Europe]

[USIS Concert, R. Tetley Kardos]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe - Series II, Belgium]

[Leon Thompson, Concert Salle Pleyel]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe - Series II - Austria]

[Concert of Europe - Series II, Belgium]

[This is Europe - Program #4, Series II (Concert of Europe, Eckert Lundin)]

[Concert of Europe Broadcasts Program 6, Series II]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Fulbright Students' Concert, USIS]

[Concert of Europe, Series II Program 7]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

Concert by Hall Johnson Choir in Vienna

[Fulbright Students' Concert, USIS]

[Concert of Europe]

[Concert of Europe Paul Bonneau]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic", Concert in Paris]

[This is Europe - Program #4, Series II (Concert of Europe, Eckert Lundin)]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe - Series II - Austria]

[Leon Thompson, Concert Salle Pleyel]

[Fulbright Students' Concert, USIS]

["Jazz at the Philharmonic" Concert, Salle Pleyel]

[Concert of Europe Paul Bonneau]

[Concert of Europe (Leo Genn and Lionel Durand)]

[Concert of Europe, Series II Program 7]

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