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Sketch of Mine in front of 2d Div., 9 Corps, near Petersburg, Va. Commenced June 25th, 1864. Finished July 23th, 1864. Exploded July 30th, 1864. [Apparently drawn by Henry Pleasants, Lt. Col., 48th Regiment, Pennsylvania "Vet." Volunteers.]

Topographical Sketch of the Battle Field of Stone [sic] River by Capt. Francis Mohrhardt, Top. Eng. of Gen. Sheridan's Div.

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 Galveston, Texas, Showing the Rebel Line of Works. Surveyed and Drawn by order of G. L. Gillespie, Brevet Major and Chief Engr., Mil. Div. of the Gulf, Under the Direction of Lt. S. E. McGregory, Comdg. Topl. Party, by Pl. St. Vignes, Asst.

Map of Cumberland-Gap and Vicinity laid down from Surveys, made by Capt. Sidney S. Lyon, acting Topographical Engineer, under Order of Genl. G. W. Morgan, commd'g. 7th Div., Army of the Ohio. Showing the location of the works constructed by the enemy and those erected by the forces of the United States.

Map Showing the Army Movements around Chattanooga, made to accompany the Report of Maj. Genl. U. S. Grant, by direction of Brig. Genl. Wm. F. Smith, Chief Engr., Mil. Div. Miss. [Surveyed] and drawn by H. Riemann, 44th Ills. Vols. [and dated] Topogr. Engr. Office, Hd. Qrs., Army of the Cumbd., Chattanooga, Jan. 4th, 1864.

Map No. 1. Rebel Defences, Mobile, Ala., occupied by Union Forces under Maj. Gen. E. R. S. Canby, Comdg., April 12th 1865. Drawn by order of Maj. McAlester, Chief Engineer, Army and Div. West Miss., Under Direction of Lt. S. E. McGregory, Comdg. Topographical Party.

Map of the Rebel Lines at Raleigh, N.C., Evacuated April 13th, 1865, upon the approach of the Army commanded by Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A. Reduced under the direction of Capt. O. M. Poe, Corps of Engineers, Bvt. Brig. Gen., U.S.A. & Chief Engineer, Mil. Div. Miss. From captured Rebel map. B. Drayton, Draughtsman.

Frisco System Southwestern Div. Red River District, Plat Showing Extra Right of Way Wanted at Ada, I.T.

Frisco System, Southwestern Div., Red River District, Plat Showing Extra Right of Way Wanted

Frisco System, Southwestern Div., Red River District, Plat Showing Extra Right of Way Wanted at Madill, Indian Territory

Frisco System, Southwestern Div., Red River District, Plat Showing Extra Right of Way Wanted at Madill, Indian Territory, St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company and St. Louis, San Francisco, New Orleans Railway Company

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

Frisco System Southwestern Div. Red River District, Plat Showing Extra Right of Way Wanted at Roff, I.T.

Frisco System Southwestern Div. Red River District Showing Location of Pipeline of Right of Way at Francis, I.T.

Airplanes - Ordnance - Types of ordnance. Fixed machine gun mount on Brequet plane. From Eng. Div., Ord. Dept

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

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Organizing a squadron of new cadets. Austin, Texas. Div. Mil Aeronautics

Ceremonies and Parades - 7th Regiment Inf. N.Y.N.G. Parade on its way to entrain. The 7th Regiment (now 107th Infantry) passing the reviewing stand at the Union League Club, 5th Ave. and 39th St. New York City. The regiment paraded before entraining for the camp of the 27th Div., the New York National Guard

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Penny Collector has finished 25 slips N.W. Div. Spokane, Wash. Hawthorne School

Ceremonies and Parades - Great Parade of the Heroic 27th. The famous 102nd Engineers marching up avenue. This outfit formerly commanded by Col. Corneilus Vanderbilt, was first unit of 27th Div. to reach home

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - View of cloud-flying device on aeroplane, if shut, the student is inside. Ellington Field Houston, Tex. Div. of Military Aeronautics

Ceremonies - Ohio - War Activities, Celebrations, Chillicothe, O. 84th Div. band passing reviewing stand of 4th of July parade, 1918. English, French, Canadain, and American officers on stand

American Library Association - O through R - The fighting Chaplain. The best booster a library ever had. We supplied books for a branch at his office: he takes his tray on a stormy night and goes from tent to tent: "Want a box boy?" During the whole winter he never failed to leave books on a call. As high as sixty books placed this way one evening. This is Chplain Blackman of the 130th F.A., one of the crack boxers of the 35th Div., and on eo fhte most successful chaplains in the Army. He says his book truck is largely responsbile for his acquantance with the men of his regiment. Camp Doniphan

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Mothers, sweethearts, children watching Brooklyn members of 27th Div. Parade. Mothers, sisters and children of Brooklyn members of 27th Div. watching men parade in special review

American Red Cross - Groups - Red Cross Officers in France. First row: (left to right) Mrs. Rits Harnsberger, chief requisition clerk; Miss E.O. Adams, Asst. to Dir. Woman's Bureau; Stephen C. Millett, Dir. Dept. of personnel; Frederick P. Kinig, counsel; W.E. Belknap, assoc. dir.; 2nd row: Miss Ethel S. Sparks, Chief tranp. clerk; Mrs. B. Rees, chief cable clerk; Mrs. Bernard P. Miller, chief route clerk; J.C. Livingston, assoc. counsel; S. Hinman Bird, assoc. dir.; H. Campbell Graef, assoc. dir; 3rd row; Miss Alice E. Sullivan, file clerk; Miss Olive M. Lamb, div. inf. clerk; R.H. Davis, assoc. dir.; C.B. Merriam, assoc. dir.;K. Michel, assoc. dir.; F.A. Poor, assoc. dir.; Wm. France Anderson, assoc. counsel; Mrs. C.A. Roberts, complaint clerk; M.S. Breckinridge, cousel, loyalty bureau; Mrs. Ethel L. Fisher, chief clerk; S.G. Etherington, assoc. director

Airplanes - Accidents - Wings of the total wrecked aeroplane which resulted from a tail spin dive. This plane was operated by Lt. Adams and carried Pvt. Stayle, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics

Airplanes - Engines - Finish turning inside and outside of crank cases. The Union Switch & Signal Co., Swissvale, Penn., U.S.A. Air Craft Div

Airplanes - Types - Cadet Clarence T. Springer in Plane JN-4-D, American, crashed on February 1, 1919. Engine cut out, turned in good order to get into good field and landed with wind. Made good landing but wind got in under elevators and nosed ship over. Div. Military Aeronautics. Washington, D.C

American Red Cross - Junior Red Cross - Junior Red Cross members of nationalities who gave circus. Mt. Div. Walsenburg, Colo. Wash. School. Italian, Austrian American, Spanish, Syrian, Bohemian, Russian, Slavish, African, Polise, French

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - A.R.C. Field Hospital, France. Private Thomas M. Holmes of East Aurora, N.Y., receiving chocolate from Lt. Burgess A.R.C., Field Hospital No. 328 of the 82nd Div., Varenne-en-Argonne, Meuse, France

Airplanes - Accidents - Major John R. Brooks crashed plane near Barrow Field. The plane came from Brook's Field, San Antonio, Texas. Div. Military Aeronautics. Washington, D.C

Ceremonies - Demobilization - 1st Div. Parade, N.Y.C., Sept. 10, 1919. "Pershing's Own", composed of selected men from combat divisions in the A.E.F. passing through the Victory Arch

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - American Red Cross furnishes chocolate. Close up of hand grasping chocolate showing label "Compliments of the American Red Cross" A.R.C. Field Hospital No. 328, 82nd Div., Varenne-en-Argonne, Meuse, France

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

Airplanes - Accidents - Major A. L. Sneed's plane turned over on landing at Airdrome, Love Field, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics. Washington, D.C

Ceremonies - Demobilization - 27th Div. passing through Arch at 26th St. and 5th Avenue

Airplanes - Ordnance - Types of ordnance. Fixed machine gun mount on "Spad" plane. From Eng. Div., Ord. Dept

Airplanes - Accidents - View of wrecked machine operated by Lt. McCabe, at Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Standard Aircraft Corp., N.J., General view Metal Div

American Red Cross - Junior Red Cross - Junior Red Cross Agriculture. School gardens, hoeing and weeding. Pennsylvania Div. Pittsburg, PA. Beechwood School

Airplanes - Accidents - Wreck of aeroplane No. 33965, Lt. H. E. Cary and Cadet L. B. Parsons operating the machine, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics

Airplanes - Engines - Types of ordnance. Aeroplane motor (three views). Engine. Div. Ordn. Dept

American Red Cross - N thru W - Miss Sarah E. Nieman, Director of the Bureau of Chapter Production for the Insular & Foreign Div. of the American Red Cross

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - American Red Cross Hospital, France. Private Edward Hubert enjoying chocolage and cakes given by American Red Cross. A.R.C. Field Hospital No. 328, 82nd Div., Varenne-en-Argonne, Meuse, France

American Red Cross - Groups - Red Cross in China. Chinese Red Cross nurses in Div. B. of parade during drive for Second War Fund

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Brooklyn boys on the 27th Parade. As an eyeopener for parade men of 27th Div. parade in their local communities. Here are seen the Brooklyn boys of the 27th Div. passing the Heroes Arch in Prospect Park

Airplanes - Accidents - Wreck of aeroplane No. 2798 Cadet A. Caperton and Cadet H.A. Collins operating the machine, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics

Airplanes - Accidents - Aeroplane in the repair shop. This wreck was caused by a tail spin and machine is a total wreck. Machine operated by Lt. Adams and Pvt. Stayle, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics

Airplanes - Accidents - Total wreck of aeroplane operated by St. McCabe, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Indians, Govt. School. Mt. Div. Shiplock, N.M., secured through Miss Susey

American Red Cross - Motor Car Service - Seattle, Washington, in war. Motor Corps, N.W. Div., American Red Cross

Marines on Beach, 1st. Div. 5th Marines Co. "A". Peleliu, Vasicek

[Edmund Flaherty, Director Industry Div.]

[Edmund Flaherty, Director Industry Div.]

Members of Co. B, 8th Tank Bde., 4th Marine Div., Syracuse, N.Y., attach the M-55 laser trainer to the turret of their M-60A1 tank during annual training duty

Operation Ski Jump was the test taking off of a Marine Corps YAV-8B Harrier aircraft from a ramp. The ramp was constructed by Bridge Co., 8th Engineering Support Bn., 2nd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C

Operation Ski Jump was the test launching of a Marine Corps YAV-8B Harrier aircraft from a ramp. In this view a truck is being used to test the stability of the ramp that was built by Bridge Co., 8th Engineering Support Bn., 2nd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C

Operation Ski Jump was the test taking off of a Marine Corps YAV-8B Harrier aircraft, from a specially built ramp was constructed by the Bridge Co., 8th Engineer Support Bn., 2nd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C

LCPL Edward D. Ford of Co. A, 1ST Bn., 12th Marines, 3rd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, guards part of the perimeter with an M-60 machine gun during the battalion's combat readiness evaluation at the Pakalula Training Area

Members of Co. B, 1ST Bn., 3rd Marines, (Battalion Landing Team 1/3), 3rd Marine Div., Fleet Marine Force, walk alongside a1st Marine Division M-60A1 tank during a live fire exercise. This composite group is Battalion Landing Team 1/3 (BLT 1/3)

A member of Co. B, 1ST Bn., 3rd Marines, (Battalion Landing Team 1/3), 3rd Marine Div., Fleet Marine Force, gets up after an M60A1 tank from the 1ST Marine Division has passed over him. He is undergoing a week-long training exercise with his unit during their Western Pacific Cruise (WESTPAC)

A combat-ready Marine from 1ST Plt., Co. C, 1ST Bn., 1ST Marines, 1ST Mar. Div., runs to line up with the rest of his squad during an assault on their objective

Marine Corps CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter from HMM (C) Squadron-265, makes an external airlift of supplies from the amphibious assault ship, USS TARAWA (LHA-1), to one of the Marine units ashore. Marines from 1ST Bn., 3rd Marines, 3rd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, (BLT 1/3), and the 31st Marine Amphibious Unit (31st MAU) are participating in operation Valiant Usher 1-81-A

Marine Corps infantrymen from 1ST Bn., 3rd Marines, 3rd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, (BLT 1/3) embark a Marine Corps CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter, that will take them from the amphibious assault ship, USS TARAWA (LHA-1) to a point inland during Operation Valiant Usher 1-81-A

Marines of the Battalion Landing Team, 3rd Bn., 3rd Marines, 3rd Marine Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF), conduct a live fire exercise with M-60A1 tanks at the Zambolies Training Area

Marines of Battalion Landing Team, 3rd Bn., 3rd Marines, 3rd Marine Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF), leave a Marine CH-46E Sea Knight helicopter and go below deck, using the catwalk on the amphibious assault ship USS BELLEAU WOOD (LHA-3). The Marines have just completed an operation off the coast of Australia

Chairman of the Board of Directors, Todd Shipyard Corp., John T. Gilbride speaks during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn talks with members of Co. A, 1ST Recon. Bn., 1ST Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF), while at Basilone Observation Post

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn is escorted tto the Basilone Observation Post by MGEN James L. Day, commanding general, 1ST Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force (FMF), during his visit to Co. A, Recon. Bn., 1ST Mar. Div

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn visits Co. A, 1ST Recon Bn., 1ST Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF). Conn shakes hands with and talks to one of the platoon leaders while at the Basilone Observation Post

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn is briefed on a Company A field exercise by the commander, Co. A, 1ST Recon. Bn., 1ST Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF), while at Basilone Observation Post

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn talks with officers and enlisted men of Co. A, 1ST Recon. Bn., 1ST Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF), while at Basilone Observation Post

A shipyard worker stands by the shaft of the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) on the ways as preparations are made for its christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

The guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) slides down the ways at the conclusion of christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Deputy Commander for Industrial and Facility Management, Naval Sea Systems Command, RADM John C. McArthur, speaks during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Former Chief of Naval Operations Retired ADM Robert B. Carney points toward the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) as it slides down the ways at the conclusion of christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

The San Diego Naval Base Band performs during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Chairman of the Board of Directors, Todd Shipyard Corp., John T. Gilbride, speaks during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Balloons float skyward as the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) slides down the ways at the conclusion of christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Sponsor Mrs. William C. Abhau (right) with her daughter Miss Elliot Abhau assisting, christens the USS REID (FFG-30) during launching ceremonies. Mrs. Abhau is the great-great granddaughter of Sailing Master Chester Reid for which this guided missile frigate is named at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

A survivor from the destroyer ex-USS REID (DD-369) attends christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, CAPT David G. Kalb, speaks during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Starboard bow view of the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) on the ways during christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Master of Ceremonies and Vice President of Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation, Hans K. Schaefer, speaks during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Balloons float skyward as the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) slides down the ways at the conclusion of christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Rep. Barry M. Goldwater Jr., R-Arizona, speaks during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

A shipyard worker inflates a balloon with helium in preparation for the christening and launching ceremonies of the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

A view of Rep. Barry M. Goldwater Jr., R-Arizona, seated on the speakers platform during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30). Standing behind him is retired ADM Robert B. Carney, former Chief at Naval Operations, at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

A view of guests and distinguished speakers attending christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

The Marine Corps color guard participates in christening and launching ceremonies for the USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Former Chief of Naval Operations and Survivor from the destroyer ex-USS REID (DD-369), Retired ADM Robert B. Carney speaks during christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

A port bow view of the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) on the ways during christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Port quarter view of the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30), on the ways as shipyard workers prepare her for christening and launching ceremonies at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

A view of guests and distinguished speakers attending christening and launching ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30) at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Sponsor Mrs. William C. Abhau (right) with her daughter Miss Elliot Abhau assisting, prepares to christen the USS REID (FFG-30) during launching ceremonies. Mrs. Abhau is the great-great granddaughter of Sailing Master Chester Reid for which this guided missile frigate is named at the Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., Los Angeles Div

Marines of Btry. A, 1ST Bn., 11th Marines, 1ST Mar. Div., prepare for a fire mission with their 105mm howitzer

Troops from 2nd Bn., 25th Marines, 4th Marine Div., wait to board a C-130D Hercules aircraft for transportation to Fort Drum, N.Y., during Exercise Sentry Castle '81

LCDR Michael F. Recklin and PO3 Joseph Tripulette, of the 21st Dental Company, perform dentistry in the field, during the combat readiness evaluation by 1ST Bn., 3rd Marines, 3rd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, at the Pakalula Training Area