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Major, J P - State: New York - Year: 1859 - File Number: M231

Map of the Channels, Shoals, &c. near Fort Jefferson, Tortugas. Reduced from Surveys made in 1845-46 by Major H. Bache, Topl. Engrs. Drawn under the direction of 1st Lieut. H. S. Putnam, Topl. Engrs., by H. G. Webber, C. E., May 1862.

Topographical Map of the Battle Field of Nashville, Tenn., 15th & 16th Dec. 1864. Prepared under the direction of Col. Wm. E. Merrill, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Engineer, Dept. of the Cumberland, By Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Inspector R. R. Defences, Dept. of the Cumberland. Surveyed by Chs. Peseux & John H. Willett, 1864-[186]5. Drawn by Chs. Peseux.

Topographical Sketch of the Battle Field of Stones River near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 30th, 1862, to January 3d, 1863. Major General W. S. Rosecrans Commanding the Forces of the United States, General Braxton Bragg Commanding the Forces of the Enemy. Sheet No. II. Position of the U.S. Troops on the 31st of December 1862. Surveyed under the Direction of Capt. N. Michler, Corps of Topographical Engrs., U.S.A., by Major J. E. Weyss.

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.

Topographical Sketch of the Country Adjacent to the Turnpoke between Nolensville and Chapel Hill, Tenn. Compiled from Original Reconnaissances under the direction of Capt. N. Michler Topographical Engr's., U.S.A., By Major J. E. Weyss, Capt. John Earhart, [and] Lieut. W. Greenwood. n.d.

Sketch of the Site of the O[pe]rations of the 10th, 11th, & 12th, July 1861, at Rich Mountain near Beverly, Randolph Co., [West] Virginia, between the U. S. Forces under Major Gen. Geo. McClellan and the Confederate troops, by Lieut. O. M. poe, U. S. Topl. Engrs.

Farmer, Major - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Fry, Major - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warley, Major - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Hinton, Major - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Major, John L - Age: [Blank], Year: 1862 - South Carolina First Artillery L-Me

Sketch of the Battle Field of Shiloh showing the disposition of the Troops under the command of Major General D. C. Buell on the 6th and 7th of April 1862.

Farell, Major E - Age [Blank], Year: 1863 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

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.

State of Louisiana showng Theatre of Operations of the Forces under command of Maj. Gen. Banks during the months of March, April, May, June, and July and ending with the Reduction of Port Hudson, July 8th, 1863. Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks; D. C. Houston, Major & Chief Engineer. August 1863. Drawn by B. von Reizenstein. Photographed by Walter Ogilvie.

Darby, Major J - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - First Confederate Infantry, C-E - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Bonn, Major - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery, Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Lamott, Major - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 11th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Misc Cards, E-Y - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Eastern & Central Texas, Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N.P. Banks. Major D.C. Houston, Chief of Engineers, Feb. 1864 . . . F. D'Avignon, B. v. Reizenstein, Delns.

Topographical Sketch of the Battle Field of the Wilderness from Reconnoissances During the Actions of the 5th, 6th, and 7th of May 1864, made under the direction of Major N. Michler, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., by Major John E. Weyss, U.S. Vols., Principal Assistant, Capt. W. H. Paine, Additional Aide de Camp & Assistant..."

Pensacola & Vicinity. Prepared by Order of Capt. P. C. Hains, Act. Chief Engineer, [Department of the Gulf], Under direction of Lt. H. C. Prevost, Adjt. Compiled from Maps & Information obtained by C. D. Elliot, Asst. C. E., Major D. C. Houston, Chief Engineer of Dept. Litho. by Lt. McGregory; transferred and printed by W. Probert, August 1864.

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.

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tennessee, where the United States Forces commanded by Major General J. M. Schofield severely repulsed the Rebel Army under General J. B. Hood, November 30th, 1864. Compiled under the Direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., D. Cd., by Edward Ruger, Supt., Topl. Engr. Office, Milty. Divn. Tenn....Surveys made by Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engrs., and Major I. J. S. Remington, 74st Illinois V. V. Infy.

Rouse, Major - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 14th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Wi-Y AND Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Lamont, Major - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 11th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Misc Cards, E-Y - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Jones, Major - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 14th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Wi-Y AND Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Map illustrating the Battle of Bentonsville, N.C., fought March 19th, 1865, between the United States Forces Commanded by Maj. Gen. H. W. Slocum and the Rebel Forces Commanded by Gen. Jos. E. Johnston, and the operations of March 20th & 21st under direction of Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman resulting in the retreat of the rebels. Compiled under direction of O. M. Poe, Br. [Bvt.] Col., U.S.A., by Major E. [F.] Hoffmann.

Rebel Defenses of Galveston and Vicinity, Surveyed and Drawn by order of G. L. Gillespie, Brevet Major & Chief Engineer, Miliary Division of the Gulf, Under the Direction of Lt. S. E. McGregory, Comdg. Topl. Party, Oct. 1865.

Rose, Major - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - 14th US Colored Heavy Artillery - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Boun, Major - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Major, W A - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Bailey's Consolidated Regiment of Infantry AND Bradford's Corps, Scouts and Guards - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Loggins, Major - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Third Confederate Cavalry, I-N - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Major, N - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Fourth Cavalry M-O

Major, G U - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Nineteenth Battalion, Cavalry M-Z, Capt A W Cordes' Co, Cavalry (North Santee Mounted Rifles) , Capt Theodore Cordes' Co, Cavalry Militia (German Hussars) , Saussure's Squadron of Cavalry , Capt A C Earle's Cavalry , Capt Kirk's Co, Partisan Rangers A-G

Uzell, Major B - First Cavalry (Ninth State Troops)

McLain, Major T - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Infantry, A, McH-O

British and French officers waiting to receive Major General John J. Pershing, U.S.A., and staff at their arrival at Boulogne, France

Group of British and French officers waiting to receive Major General John J. Pershing and staff as he landed at Boulogne, France

King George, Prince of Wales, General Rawlinson, Major Thompson and Derek Keppel watching battle from a hill overlooking Fricourt, France. 8-10-1916

Sergeant Major, Canadian Scotch, in full marching order

Major General John J. Pershing on the qay immediately after arriving at Boulogne, France. General Harbord at Gen. Pershing's left behind civillian

Major General John F. O'Ryan, U.S.A. with British officers near Langemarch, Belgium. German prisoners in background. 9-12-1917

Members of the Armistice Commission, Spa, Germany. Central figures- left to right: General Haking, (British) Major General C.D. Rhodes, (USA) General Nudan (French). 11-29-1918

King George of England and Major General Lewis, U.S.A., inspecting American troops in France. 8-6-1918

Major General Charles D. Rhodes, U.S. Army and his aide, Spa, Belgium

King George chatting with U.S Officials during Independence Day exercises at Stamford bridge . Major Gen. John Biddle at King's right and Admiral Sims on left

Major General John J. Pershing immediately after landing at Boulogne, France. Major James G. Harbord in rear of French civilian at General Pershing's left

Flora Sandes, Sergeant Major, Serbian Army, taking a walk through the streets of Salonika

Company Sergeant Major, Canadian Scotch. Dardanelles Campaign

Carrying the Sgt. Major of the Staffordshire regiment. Near Cassel, Belgium

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine. Major Harry Smith and officers of 3rd Battalion, 1st Maine, Heavy Field Artillery

American Red Cross - Vehicles - American Red Cross Motor Service in France. Staff cars in Paris, lined up for a transport review by Major Perkins, Red Cross Commissioner for Europe. July 1918

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Harvard University R.O.T.C. at Camp Devens, Ayer, Massachusetts. Passing in review before Major General Crozier, of the Northeastern Department

Ceremonies and Parades - Home Coming Parade, Deleware, Ohio. Returning officers of various units. In front file: Colonel Benson W. Hough; Lt. Col. Floyd Miller; Major Hanbrick; Major James Samson

Decorations - Presentations - American - Major General Hutcheson reading citations to Sergeant Covell, Col1l Drollinger and Corporal Stevens, Camp Custer, Michigan, May 10, 1919

American Red Cross - Groups - Personnel of American Red Cross Mission to Poland on day of their arrival at home in Warsaw. In front row from right are Col. W.C. Bailey of Boston, head of the Mission; Major H.W. Taylor of Mobile; Col. Francis E. Frontczak of Buffalo

Armor - Armor - Designing armor for American Soldiers. In the Armorer's Workshop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. where under the direction of Major Bashford Dean, Ord. Dept., U.S.A., and Curator of Armor at the Museum, armor for the American soldiers fighting in France is being designed. The suits or armor used in medieval times which many collectors have brought to the museum were carefully inspected and the good points brought to the museum were carefully inspected and the good points brought to bear in fashioning this modern armor. The actual labor is being performed by Assistant Curator of Armor at the Museum, Daniel Tachaux and his assistnat Sergt. Jacques Bartel, of the Ord. Dept. American soldiers wearing this armor have gone into actual battle to test the effectiveness of the covering, and upon the result of the experiments depends whether the soldiers are to wear armor. A corner of the armor hall in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The suits of armor are being studied by miltiary experts

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Interior of American Red Cross Headquarters. Major Lively seated at desk in the center where he receives telegrams from soldiers forwarding food supplies that are issued by the American Red Cross

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Harvard R.O.T.C., passing in review for Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Major General Wood

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commission to Archangel sailed Aug. 25, 1918, under direction of Major C.T. Williams; Deputy C. commissioner Major W.D. Kirkpatrick; Chief Medical Officer on S.S. Ascutney, which was loaned by U.S. Government to Red Cross

College and Universities - University of Wisconsin - Personnel S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps], Wisconsin "U", Madison, Wisconsin. Italian General, Major Holoway, Captain Rowley and Lieutenant Sloan

American Red Cross - Canteens - American soldiers on leave in London, England, get first meal in Red Cross Canteen at Headquarters. In good weather, the canteen is set up in outer courtyard of building, and doughnuts fried over a little portable stove. Women in the picture are: Anna Lansing of Albany, at stove, Lillian Baldwin of Lakewood, N.J., Mrs. Alan Campbell, and Helen Peterson of Chicago; Behind Miss Lansin is Major Marshall Hale, A.R.C. of San Francisco. Not soldier wearing captured German Helmet

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Playground in Milan, Italy. Major Bakewell and Miss Rossi, director of American Red Cross work and playgroundsin Milan, Italy

On the Roumanian front in the Carpathian Mountains. Archduke Joseph with the chief of his staff, Major General von Seeckt

Major General Hueke, commander of a reserve division, with his staff

American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Grayson H.P. Murphy, American Red Cross Head in Europe, photographed on the S.S. Touraine

Ceremonies - Camp Bowie thru Camp Forest - Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan. Major General Chase. W. Kennedy and Brigadier General Julius A. Penn, reviewing troops

American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Moore (right) Commanding Officer of the A.R.C. Hospital No. 110, Coincy, France, talking with a lieutenant colonel who is making a a visit of inspection

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Mayor Hylan welcomes heroic Commander of the 27th Major General O'Ryan

American Red Cross - N thru W - Red Cross Commissioner in England. Major R. Stuart Smith of Philadelphia, deputy commissioner of the American Red Cross in Great Britain

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 - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. William Murray Black, Chief of engineers. Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.C., of St. Mathew's Church, asisted by the Rev. McVicker Haight, camp chaplain, officiated. Lieut. William Murray Black, Jr. and his bride

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Officers from England, France, and Italyin conference at London headquarters. Back row, left to right: Lieut. Richard Emmet of Harvard, assistant to the Chief of Staff at London; Maj. Charles M. Bakewell of Yale, now deputy commissionerto Italy; Major L.P. Marvin of New York, deputy commissioner to Great Britain. Front row, left to right: Maj. W.S. Patten, Maj. James H. Perkins, Lt. Col. R.P. Perkins, Major Ralph Preston

Artists - Artists and publicity men in the Government's service. Charles Dana Gibson, chairman of the division of pictorial publicity of the Committee on Public Information, gave a luncheon in Washington to some of the government's leading publicity men and those who are making Uncle Sam's posters. In this group, from left to right (without regard to rows) are: D.W. Lee, Herbert Adams, Prof. Richard Rice, Library of Congress; M.L. Blumenthal, H. Devitt Welsh, Oliver Dennet Grover, George Creel, Frederick Keppell, (at top) W.E. Hall (in stripped suit), Edward N. hurley, (with hands folded). Back of Mr. Hurley with gray hat, is Joseph Pennell, whose sketches have been one of the war's best contributions to art. Back of him is Mr. Gibson and back of him R.D. Heini, editor of the Emergency Fleet News. Next to Mr. Hurley is Charles Piez, President of the Emergency Fleet Corporation; next to him Major Kendall Banning, above Major Banning, Joseph P. Tumulty, and back of him Dr. H.S. Garfield, Fuel Administrator. On the next step above is E.H. Blashfield, and on the top step M. Louis Aubert, of the French High Commission, Carl Milan and Francis Jones. Admiral Samuel McGowan's uniform is discernible near the sculptor. At the extreme right is F.D. Casey, art editor of Collier's. Apr. 2, 1918

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette Day Celebration, New York City. Prominent gathering at City Hall, New York to honor the Anniversary of the stopping of the Germans at the Marne. In this group are: Ambassador and Mrs. Jusserand, General Vignal, Admiral Grout, Consul General Gaston Liebert, Captains Velay Loyer, de Roquefeuil, de Fregate, and de grancey and Lieut. de Chevigne, Ignace Jan Paderewski, Major Osterreith, Alfredo de Mesquith, Professor G. Masaryk and Captain Hurban George Miller, C. Yada, Japanese Consul in New York Sir Henry B. Smith, General Kenyon, Major Thwaites, General Gugliemotti

Airplanes - Types - Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Liberty Caproni CA-5 being taken out of hangar. From Major J.M. Butts

American Red Cross - E thru H - Nurse Alma Forester and Major Henry, U.S.A. The latter is a doctor at American Red Cross Hospital, North Russia

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commissioners to Great Britain, France and Italy. On the steps of the London Headquarters, 32 Grosvenor Gardens. In the front row left to right: Maj. William S. Patten, Deputy Commissioner to Great Britain, Maj. Jas. S. Perkins, Head of the American Red Cross in Europe, Col. Robert P. Perkins, commissioner to Italy, Maj. Ralph Preston. Back row: Major Charles M. Bakewell, Maj, Langdon Sec. Marvin of the Harvard Club of New York

American Red Cross - Groups - Red Cross Home Communications Heads. Left to right: Capt. Herbert Edenborough, Director of Home Communications in Great Britain, and Major W.R. Castle, Director of Home Communications of the American Red Cross in Washington, discussing plans in the London Headquarters

Colleges and Universities - Benson Polytechnic School, Portland, Oregon - Benson Polytechnic Institute. S.A.T.C. 3rd Section B. Major Robert A. Roos, Infantry Commanding

Airplanes - Types - Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Liberty Caproni CA-5 in flight. From Major J.M. Butts

Colleges and Universities - Ohio Wesleyan University - Major P. G. Wrightson, Commander of S.A.T.C., Wesleyan University

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Major General Leonard Wood and President Lowell of Harvard University, Massachusetts

Decorations - Presentations - American - Major General O'Ryan decorates battle-scarred veterans of 27th Division. Shows 107th Infantry passing Maine Monument on way to Central Park

American Red Cross - Groups - Major Perkins (Left), American Red Cross Commissioner for Europe, Colonel Gibson (center) American Red Cross Commissioner for France, and one of Col. Gibson's aides at the door of a village church at the front where the American Red Cross serves hot drinks to the wounded soldiers as they lie on the straw waiting to be taken to the hospital

Decorations - Presentations - American - Presentation of Decorations by Major General W.A. Holbrook at Camp Grant, Illinois

American Library Association - Libraries - New Jersey through North Carolina - Sergeant Major Kingdon Gould, Camp Dix, New Jersey

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - 77th Division parade, Major General Robert Alexander and staff

American Red Cross - E thru H - Men in charge of the Red Cross in Europe. Col. Harvey D. Gibson, center is the American Red Cross Commissioner for France. Major James W. Perkins, left is the R.C. Commissioner for Europe. They are standing in the doorway of a village church on the French front where the American R.C. serves hot drinks to wounded soldiers as they lie on straw waiting to be taken to the hospital

American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Langdon P. Marvin of New York, Deputy Commisioner for Great Britain of the American Red Cross. Major Marvin is a New York Lawyer, and is also President of various Harvard bodies, including the Harvard Club of New York. He is affectionately known to his colleagues in the Red Cross as the "Chief of Staff."

American Red Cross - N thru W - Major C.T. Williams, Deputy Commissioner of the Red Cross

Ceremonies - Camp Bowie thru Camp Forest - Major General Kennedy and Brigadier General Penn, U.S.A., reviewing troops at Camp Custer, Michigan

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - Military Relief Personnel in Italy. Major Lowell and Capt. Wilkins of the U.S. Red Cross distributing packages to the troops, who have just come from the front line trenches, in foothills of Asolo

Ceremonies - Liberations - National Anthem Day - National Anthem Birthday Celebration, City Hall, N.Y. Major Franklin J. Bell, addressing the crowd at the celebration of the 104th anniversary of the writing of the "Star Spangled Banner" by Francis Scott Key

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. William Murray Black, Chief of Engineers, Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham Station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, assisted by the Rev. McVicker Haight, camp camplain, officiated. Photo shows the bridal couple coming through the arch of swords

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Chief of Engineers. Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, assisted by Rev. McVicker Haight, camp chaplin, officiated. General view of the luncheon in progress

Armor - Armor - Designing armor for American soldiers. In the Armorer's Workshop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. under the direction of Major Bashford Dean, Ordance Dept., U.S.A. and curator of armor at the Museum, where armor for the American soldiers fighting in France is being designed. The suits of armor used in medieval times which many collectors have brought to the museum were carefully inspected and the good points brought to bear in fashioning this modern armor. The actual labor is being performed by Assistant Curator of Armor at the Museum, Daniel Facheaux and his assistant Sergt. Jacques Bartel, of the Ordnance Dept. American soldiers wearing this armor have gone into actual battle to test the effectiveness of the covering, and upon the result of the experiments depends whether the soldiers are to wear armor. Old helmets on exhibition in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. These helmets are of Italian origin dating back to the 15th century. They are technically known as Saladebarbute, and are all of Milanese workmanship. The helmet on the extreme left is of classic design, and follows the fashion set by the ancient Greeks. These helmets are being studied by military experts so that the good points will not be lost in designing modern armor

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commissioners in Italy. Standing at the left is John James Byrne, member of the American Red Cross Mission to Italy, Major Byrne is a lawyer of national reputation and Vice President of the State Bar Association of N.Y. retired from his profession to take up Red Cross work in Italy. Lt. Col. Robert J. Perkins (right) was regent of the University of the state of New York, as well as President of one of the largest industrial organizations in the U.s, Director of one of New York's greatest banks and President of the Neurological Institute. At the outbreak of the war he presented his yacht to the Government and became Red Cross Commissioner to Italy. Col. Apolloni, (center) is head of the Comitate Civili of Rome. This photo was taken on the terrace of the Villa Aurelia, their Italian home

American Red Cross - N thru W - American Red Cross personnel. Major Wallace, American Red Cross manager of the Eastern Zone