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Mobile and Vicinity. Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks; D. C. Houston, Major & Chief Engineer. July 1863. N. F. Hyer, C. E. F. D'Avignon, [and] B. von Reizenstein, Delrs. Photographed by Walter Ogilvie.

Stevenson, Ala., Showing the Defenses of the Post erected after Plans of Col. Merrill, Chief Engr., D[epartment of the] C[umberland]. By Major P. V. Fox, 1st Mich. Engr's. Surveyed & Plotted by 1st Lieut. C. A. Ensign, 1st Mich. Engr's. September 1864.

Hon. Thomas Haughey, Ala. Surgeon, U.S. Army

Section, Elevation and Plan Drawing for the Lighthouse at Sand Island, Alabama

In Alabama

St. Louis & San Francisco R.R. Co. Plat Proposed Quarry Spur Alabama, I.T.

Dry Dock Number 2, Showing West Wall

Dry Dock Number 2, Showing West Wall

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S. Alabama

U.S.S. Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S. Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S. Alabama

U.S.S. Alabama

U.S.S Alabama

U.S.S. Alabama, Arrangement of Hull Zincs on Port Side

Alabama - Wetumpka

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Night scene, Camp Library, Camp Pike, Arkansas

Alabama - Mobile

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Negro soldiers reading to men who cannot read. All books are furnished by the A.L.A. Camp Gordon, Georgia

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Library, Camp McClellan, ALA

Alabama - Birmingham

Alabama - Prattville

Alabama - Mobile

Alabama - Tuscaloosa

Alabama - Birmingham

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - A real book lover. Camp Gordon Library

Ceremonies - Alabama thru Connecticut - Red Cross Drive parade, South Manchester, Conn. Soldiers join parade

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Interior of Library, Camp Fremont

Alabama - Guntersville Dam through Helena

Ceremonies - Alabama thru Connecticut - Red Cross Drive parade, S. Manchester, Conn. Surgical dressing workers section

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Interior of Camp Fremont Library, Cal

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Camp Gordon

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - A.L.A. Camp Library, Camp Grant

Ceremonies - Alabama thru Connecticut - Red Cross parade in Hartford, Conn

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Troops in front of Library, Camp Pike, Arkansas

Alabama - Northport

Alabama - Muscle Shoals

Ceremonies - Alabama thru Connecticut - Red Cross parade, Waterbury, Conn., May 1918. Photo shows part of the Thomaston section in the parade

Alabama - Montgomery

Alabama - Mobile

Alabama - Montgomery

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

Alabama - Mobile

Alabama - Tuskegee

Alabama - Mitchell Dam

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Camp Library, Camp Sheridan, ALA. From C.P.I

Alabama - Muscle Shoals

Alabama - Mobile

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Camp Library, American Library Association, Camp Johnston, FLA

Alabama - Muscle Shoals

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Red Cross canteen service. These women meet the trains and given cigarettes and candy to the boys. Mobile, Alabama

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - A.L.A. books in use at Camp Kearny, Linda Vista, CAL

Alabama - Montgomery

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Camp Gordon Library

Alabama - Montgomery

Alabama - Mobile

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - A.L.A. Y.M.C.A. Branch, Camp Sheridan

Alabama - Montgomery

Alabama - Muscle Shoals

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

Alabama - Tuscaloosa

Ceremonies - Alabama thru Connecticut - American Red Cross Headquarters in Washington dedicated. The new $800,000 Red Cross building in Washginton which will serve as the national headquarters for the organization was dedicated on Saturday, May 12. President Wilson and ex-President Taft reviewed the parade. Photo shows the Red Cross refreshment corps in the parade

Alabama - Muscle Shoals

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Library, Camp Pike, ARK

Alabama - Mobile Bay through Mobile

Alabama - Montgomery

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Camp Fremont, A.L.A. Library

Alabama - Mobile

Alabama - Birmingham

Alabama - Phenix City

Alabama - Claera through Florence

Alabama - Auburn

Alabama - Muscle Shoals

Alabama - Prattville

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Unloading books at Camp Grant, Ill, A.L.A. Library

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Scene in Red Cross rest room, Library, Camp Sheridan

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Camp Gordon, GA., A.L.A. Library

Alabama - Montgomery

Ceremonies - Alabama thru Connecticut - War activities of Middletown, Conn. Review of the Sixth Infantry, C.S.G. by governor Holcomb

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Library, Red Cross House, Camp Dodge, Iowa

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Great Lakes Naval Training Station. A.L.A. Library

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Library and theater. Camp Pike, Arkansas

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - K. of C. No. 1 Branch, A.L.A. Camp Kearny Library, CAL

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