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Map Illustrating The First Epoch of the Atlanta Campaign Embracing the region from the Tennessee River to the Oostanaula River, showing the positions held and lines of works erected by the enemy, also the lines of works erected by the United States forces, the lines of march traversed by them, and their relative location in line of battle when attacking the enemy

Lines of Entrenchment for defence of Camps at City Point, Va., as laid out and constructed October 1864 under direction of [signed] H. W. Benham, Lt. Col. of Engrs. & Brig. Genl. Comd'g. Defences of City Point. [Map and profiles.]

Copy of Section of Photograph Map captured from the enemy Showing country adjacent to Richmond and Lines of Defensive Works surrounding the City. Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, Engineer Department, August 18th, 1864, [and one part dated] Dec. 20th, 1864.

...The Fifth Epoch of the Atlanta Campaign Embracing the region from the Chattahoochie [sic] river south to include Jonesboro and Lovejoys [sic] Station. Exhibiting, in connection, the passage of the Chattahoochie [sic] river, the Siege of Atlanta, and the operations at Jonesboro and Lovejoys [sic] Station, also the lines of works erected by the contending forces, and the lines of marches...

Williams, Lines - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Map to Show Lines of March of Second Army Corps and The Enemy, Oct. 14, 1863. [between Warrenton and Bristoe Station]...from reconnaissances after the movement...[signed] G. K. Warren, Maj. Genl., Vols.

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.

Effects of Grazing: Browse Lines

Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company, Corrected Map of Section Map No. 10 Showing Choctaw Coal and Railway Company's Railway Lines as Located from John Adams Prairie 25 miles East of a Point in Red Oak Valley

Plat of Part of the incorporated Town of Checotah, Showing Old Fence Lines

Denison and Washita Valley Railway, map Location Showing Branch Lines in Red, Survey of Operations

Lines, E J - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Capt Kirk's Co, Partisan Rangers H-Y

Lines, P L - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Nineteenth Battalion, Cavalry A-L

Lines, P L - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Capt Kirk's Co, Partisan Rangers H-Y

Location of the Prairie Oil and Gas Co's Proposed Telegraph Lines from Ramona to Chelsea Pump Station

Missouri, Kansas and Texas Ry. Edwards Branch, Map of Spurs and Branch Lines

As soldiers from the Presidio patrol with their Springfield 03 at ready, civilians queue up in bread lines for food in the aftermath of the quake. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000 homeless and killing between 450 and 700. Estimated damages, over $350 million

St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Co. Plat Showing with Yellow Lines a Piece of Land to be Acquired . . . Chickasaw Nation, I.T. 53 Miles South of Platter Jct.

St. Louis & San Francisco R.R. Co. Plat Showing Within Yellow Lines a Parcel of Land to be Acquired from Max Burns Situated in the Chickasaw Nation, I.T.

St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company. Plat Showing Within Yellow Lines Right of Way to be Secured for a Spur Track to the Kiefer Oil Fields, South of Sapulpa

News Note: A decision has been reached by the board of education that in future the graduating dresses of high school girls must be built on more simple lines than in the past

Plat of Land Required by the A.T. & S.F. Ry. Co. for Water Supply Near Purcell, Okla., Land Required Being Shown by Enclosing Red Lines

British artillery enroute to the front lines

American troops leave Le Havre, France, for Front Lines

Canadian newspaper men visit front lines in France; 7/2/1918

Land girls give a word of cheer to an American soldier enroute to the front lines

Shell hole in gasometer near front lines. Scene near Nieuport. Ypres Salient and Area

American Visitors Chateau behind British lines. 11-19-1917

American troops pass through Winchester on their way from the rest camp to the front lines

Horse show behind the lines. Ecoivre, France; 6/20/1917

British field hospital behind the lines

American Visitors Chateau behind British lines. 11-19-1917

Large German shell that fellin the Belgian lines at Houthem

British bombers enroute to front lines near La Boisselle, Somme and Ancre area. 7-6-1916

Wiring parties going up to front lines after a heavy rain. Near Hamel, France. September 1916

Prime Minister of Newfoundland inspecting a British tank during his visit to the front lines. Marlemont, France. 7-2-1918

Laying in telephone lines near high wood. During Somme and Ancre Campaign

British soldiers resting behind the lines, Fricourt, France

British soldiers from front lines enroute to rest camps. Scene at Arras, France. 4-28-1917

Staff of the American Visitors Chateau behind British lines. 11-19-1917

British troops enroute to the front lines. Elverdinghe, Belgium, during the Battle of Flanders

Field ambulance dressing station near the front lines. Built by the R.A.M.C

American Visitors Chateau behind British lines. 11-19-1917

A French chateau, close to the Canadian lines which was wrecked by German shell fire. Ploegsteert, Belgium (near "Hyde Park Corner") March 1916

British soldiers returning from front lines trenches. Ypres, Belgium

British troops moving heavy gun toward the front lines. Pilkem, Belgium. 9-13-1917

British wounded coming through the French lines at Roye. 3-27-1918

British soldiers moving ammunition to the front lines. Near Ovillers, France. September 1916

Saloniki front. Turkish calvary exercises behind the front lines. March 1917

Western front. Loading the mail sacks for forwarding to the battle lines

American Red Cross - Canteens - French Soldiers are often called upon to help prepare meals for A.R.C. Canteen that are close to front lines

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Harvard University R.O.T.C., Cambridge, Massachusetts. Members of the R.O.T.C. constructing barbed wire entanglements in front of first lines at Fresh Pond

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Teaching American Aviators foreign flying with the aid of a contour map, aviation students at Mineola flying field are instructed by a French aviator the problems encountered by the aviator on the French lines

Airplanes - Operations - French planes ready to leave on bombardment flight. Number of French planes ready to start on bombardment flight over enemy lines. From Capt. Wm. A. Moore

Proposed Location Telephone and Telegraph Lines to be Used in Connection with a Ten Inch Pipe Line Across Lands of the Cherokee Nation, Yarhola Pipe Line Co., Sheet No. 2

American Red Cross - Vehicles - Truck load of Americans off for the front lines given a send off by the A.R.C. workers at Dijon, France

Armistice - Armistice - The Cessation of Hositlities on actual fighting front. Showing the cessation of hostilities on the fighting front near the Verdun route at Metz. A German captain and his staff at the right, is receiving orders from the French Commander of that sector, that hostilities are at an end. The Captain and his staff were given two minutes in which to return to their lines. The phot was taken on the morning of the signing of the armistice at exactly eleven thirty-five

Armistice - Armistice - Drawing of Recption of German Peace Delegates. Inside the French lines in the railroad car of Marshal Foch. The reception of the delgates in the car. They are (1) Marshal Foch: (2) Admiral Weymiss: (3) An American delegate, probably General Rhodes: (4) General Weygand: (5) M. Erzberger: (6) Gernal von Gundoll: (7) Gernal von Winterfield: (8) Count Oberndorff

American Red Cross - In the Zone of Advance - Activities - American Red Cross Dugout near front. These soldiers have just come out of a Red Cross dugout near the new front lines in the St. Mihiel salient. They have their hands full of doughnuts, cigarettes and magazines. This outpost outfit followed a few miles behind the fightersin the advance. When the American infantryman dug in, the Red Cross men dug in also under a ruined house, started their fires, and within a few hours were serving thousands of weary but enthusiastic Americans with hot drinks and other comforts

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - France - At the A.R.C. Laboratory, Rue de Tilsitt, Paris, France, assembling Burlingame Units to send to the front. The Burlingame Unit is a box containing an emergency set of surgical instruments for surgeons behind the lines

Proposed Location Telephone and Telegraph Lines to be Used in Connection with a Ten Inch Pipe Line Across Lands of the Cherokee Nation, Yarhola Pipe Line Co., Sheet No. 3

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Masks - This picture illustrates the respiratory drill which is held behind the British lines every time a company leaves for the trenches. The proper use and adjustment is demonstrated in this drill as its purpose is to prevent suffering in the enemy's gas attacks.

Camouflage - Artillery - Camouflaged gun emplacement very near the front lines. She is always busing firing into the German lines and forcing them back

Carrier pigeons in German army service. Taking the pigeons to the carrier pigeon station in the front lines. For protection against gas attacks a special gas-box is taken along. March 1917

American Red Cross - I thru M - Howard Lines, only son of Dr. Ernest Lines, graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School, Head of Section 1 of American Ambulance Corps, who died while on duyt in France, 1917

Proposed Location Telephone and Telegraph Lines to be Used in Connection with a Ten Inch Pipe Line Across Lands of the Cherokee Nation, Yarhola Pipe Line Co., Sheet No. 4

Ceremonies - Italy (Milan) - Reception of American Red Cross at Stock Exchange in Milan, Italy. Photo shows the Stock Exchange Building in Milan, Italy with motors lines up in front awaiting for those attending the reception given in honor of the American Red Cross authorities at the Stock Exchange

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - This balloon was set a drift by the French. Attached to it are quantities of president Wilson's reply to the Pope's Peace Plea. The balloon reached the German Lines without mishap

American Red Cross - Canteens - Soldiers waiting to enter the A.R.C. Canteen at Neufchateau on their way in from the front lines

American Red Cross - Canteens - Back of the Italian lines near the place where Gill serves coffee

Ceremonies - Navy & Marines - Returning U.S. Victory Fleet acclaimed in Hudson River Review. Following the arrival of the Victory Fleet, thousands of the sailors went ashore and took part in a parade in New York City. This photo shows one of the fine lines of blue jackets

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - American, English, Canadian, New Zealand and South American aviators discussing a map prior to their flight over the German lines

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Siberia, Russia. Thousands of persons in Siberia owe their lives to the treatment provided by this train --- the American Red Cross Anti-typhus train. With a personnel of Red Cross doctors, nurses and attendants, its cars stocked with medical supplies of every sort, "The Great White Train," as it is now known throughout Siberia, has travelled back and forth across more than 4,000 miles caring for stricken soldiers and civilans and instructing communities along sanitary lines

Balloons - Equipment - Balloons. Like a great fish the balloon soars away at the end of lines that unwind from big reels and keep the observer in constant contact with the earth

American Red Cross - Warehouses - Warehouse in France. Entrance to the headquarters of the American Zone American Red Cross, there is a constant stream of supplies going from this warehouse to the front lines to help the American soldiers in the big offensive of September - 1918

American Red Cross - Vehicles - A.R.C. trucks loading up for a trip to the front lines at Neufchateau during the recent offensive

Proposed Location Telephone and Telegraph Lines to be Used in Connection with a Ten Inch Pipe Line Across Lands of the Cherokee Nation, Yarhola Pipe Line Co., Sheet No. 1

Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal - Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland. Constructing water lines

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - Types of ordnance. In and behind the lines. Observation balloon returning

Saloniki front. In a Turkish field hospital behind the front lines. March 1917

Western front. Field railway transportation behind the front lines. April 1917

Camouflage - Artillery - Camouflaged gun which did the work of firing many shells into the German lines and forcing them back

American Library Association - O through R - An interior of the Library Building. In the center background may be seen a bulletin board with a war map mounted therin which is being studied by a lieutenant seated in front of it. The battle line is shown each day by lines of colored tacks. Camp Doniphan

American Red Cross - In the Zone of Advance - Activities - Red Cross outpost in St. Mihiel Salient. A Red Cross outpost at a lonely crossroads back of the new lines in the St. Mihiel salient. The Red Cross serves hot drinks, eating, chocolates, tobacco, cigarettes and sometimes doughnuts to the boys in the lower front room at the left. To the extreme right can been a dugout where the guests as well as the Red Cross workers are forced to take refuge at frequent intervals because of shelling

Camouflage - Artillery - Gun placed in camouflage on the front lines

American Red Cross - Vehicles - With the American Red Cross workers in Italy. Group of American Red Cross workers at an advanced dressing station near the Italian front. The bomb proof cellar shown at the left, is frequently needed when the Austrian aviators, flying over the lines try to bomb the buildings

American Red Cross - Christmas Activities - Decorating the Christmas Tree on the lawn outside one of the ward buildings at the American Base Hospital at Dartford, near London. The Red Cross Santa Claus, in appropriate robes, bosses the job from the side lines

Airplanes - Types - English Aviation Camp on Aisne Front, France. English Handley-Page bombing plane with two Rolls-Royce motors, just before departing to bomb enemy lines. It has generally been used for night bombing, but has also been used for day bombing

American Red Cross - Canteens - Interior of American Red Cross Canteen. An American canteen located near the front lines

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops at Mass within a mile of German lines. American troops attending Mass on a midsummer morning in a Lorraine Valley with the German lines less than a mile away

Ceremonies and Parades - Americans baptized before going to the firing lines. One of the most unusual ceremonies before the American fighters get to the firing lines is the baptizing of the men who have not been baptized before. In this French village square this American section, trained and ready for the trenches, held the different religious ceremonies. About thirty were baptized in the open. Then the auto carrying the altar disappeared and the division headed by its band passed the Commanding General in review and continued on the way to the front. The soldiers are wearing the New Overseas cap

Ceremonies - Belgium - Head of the Belgian Army advancing upon Antwerp, Belgium, throughout the old 1914 lines of defense

American Red Cross - Groups - Two of the busiest Americans working on the French front. Dr. Durand and Miss MacCormick, members of the American Red Cross, checking up the arrival of the wounded at a village behind the lines on the French front. Thousands of wounded have been passed on to thebase hospitals by these two workers. Their tireless effort and interest in behalf of the injured has won for them the respect and admiration of all fighting men on their particular sector

Saloniki front. Training Turkish soldiers behind the front lines. March 1917

American Red Cross - Ambulances - Ambulances waiting to take wounded to hospitals. Convoy of American Red Cross Ambulances in London awaiting a post-war detachment of American soldiers who have been transferred from base hospitals in France for convalescence in the American Red Cross institutions in England. The streets around the London railway stations are frequently so narrow and crowded with traffic that the waiting ambulances are strung out in long lines along the edges of the side streets near that stations, and brought up on by one as soon as the hospital train pulls in

Photograph of Hard Jack Pine Burn from 1910 Along Schroeder Telephone Lines

Oglala Dam (Moving Telephone Lines)

Oglala Dam (Moving Telephone Lines)

Photograph of National Forest Location Poster Marking Section Lines Crossing a Road

Occupational Coder, Average Daily Production of a Trained Clerk was 1,886 Lines, and the Highest Record was 6,000 Lines