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Boggs, Peace - State: Missouri - Year: 1863

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Parading through Paris

Going Through Paris

Wilson in Paris

Going Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Salle de l'Horloge during the Paris Peace Conference

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

Going Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Parading through Paris

Wilson in Paris

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Vive Wilson

Vive Wilson

Vive Wilson

Parading through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Wilson in Paris

Salle de l'Horloge during the Paris Peace Conference

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

At the national peace counter. Spain may secure one of these birds by paying the price

Halt in the Peace Procession. Uncle Sam - I'll not carry that load. We'll stop right now

The Peace Situation

The Pennsylvania Peace Jubilee is Over

Peace, E - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Thirty-eighth Cavalry, I-P

Peace, W N - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Seventeenth Infantry, Mi - Ri - Louisiana

The Peace Game

Peace in the West

The Secretary of Peace

Interior of Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Versailles Peace Conference

Interior of Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Interior of Versailles

Versailles Peace Conference

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Versailles Peace Conference

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

"Peace is More Powerful Than War"

The New Angel of Peace

Perfecting Plans for the "Peace" Banquet

Armed Men Receive News of Peace

The Belligerent Peace Advocate

Thanksgiving Day 1914- Peace, Plenty, and Prosperity

Photograph of Peace by Sherry E. Fry at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition

Ceremonies - Connecticut - Peace Parade. Hartford, Conn

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - Peace Day Celebration at Boston, Mass

Ceremonies - Arizona - Peace Day Celebration, Prescott, Ariz

Ceremonies - Arizona - Signing of the Armistice Celebration. Peace Day at Prescott, Ariz

Ceremonies - Ohio - Peace Day Celebration, Cleveland, Ohio. The Butchers' float in the parade

Ceremonies - Ohio - Patriotic demonstrations in Marion Ohio. Peace Day, Nov. 11, 1918

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - Peace Day Parade passing the State House. Boston, Mass

Ceremonies - Idaho - Peace celebration at Boise, Idaho

Ceremonies - Illinois - Chicago Peace Demonstrations - Chicago receives Armistice News. In the "loop district" the most congested business section, boys and girls carried straw dummies of the kaiser, booting him as they progressed through the dense crowds

Ceremonies - Illinois - War Celebrations. Peace Day Parade. Peoria, Illinois

Ceremonies - Ohio - Peace Day Celebration, Cleveland, Ohio. As Cleveland took the Kaiser sight-seeing

Ceremonies - Vermont - War activities parades. Peace Day parade at Brattleboro, Vermont

Ceremonies - Illinois - Peace Parade, Nov. 11, 1918, Galesburg, Ill

Ceremonies - Wisconsin - Patriotic demonstrations at Madison, Wisconsin. Peace Parade

Ceremonies - New Hampshire (Peace Demonstrations) - Peace Demonstration, Manchester, N.H

Boy's Activities - Parades - Boy Scouts First Peace Parade on 5th Ave., New York City. View looking up 5th Ave from 46th St

Ceremonies - Maine - Peace Day, Nov. 11, 1918, Pittsfield, ME

College and Universities - University of Wisconsin - S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] University of Wisconsin, Madison. Peace celebration

Ceremonies - New York City - Ships in N.Y. Harbor dress up at peace news. When news of signing of armistice reached the many ships anchored in surrounding waters of New York thre crews immediately dressed their ships in colored bunting and allied flags for first time since the commencement of war. American scout patrol steaming down harbor with all flags flying

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

Ceremonies - France - Premier Clemenceau cheered at Peace news. Crowds of enthusiastic Parisians gathered at the War Department on the avenue de Saze, Paris, and cheered loudly for Georges Clemenceau

Signing the peace treaty with Roumania in Bucharest. His Excellency von Kulmann signing the treaty. To his right sits the Royal Minister of the Interior, Count Czernin

Ceremonies - New York City - French and American Sailors join in New York Peace Celebration. The streets for miles were crowded, traffic was halted, and a general holiday of joy was declared at signing of armistice

Ceremonies - New York City - Demonstration over premature peace rumors. Crowds throngning Fifth Ave. after the false report was circulated that Germany had signed the Armistice

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace Demonstrations, New York, N.Y. Demonstrations on lower Broadway after news had been received that Germany had signed the Armistice. The streets were blocked by the crowds and cars were at a standstill. Streamers and scraps of paper were thrown into the streets from the top of the buildings

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace reports stop business in New York. When the first report of Peace was announced in New York today, business in general was stopped and crowds from business houses, hotels, and residences swarmed into the streets and began the wildest celebration ever witnessed in this history of the city

Ceremonies - France - First photos of the peace celebration in Paris

Ceremonies - Italy (Rome) - Peace demonstrations in Rome. The news of the signing of the armistice was received in very much the same manner as in other capitals of the Allied countries. The photo shows a vast crowd in the streets of Rome celebrating the peace news

Ceremonies - New Jersey (Ships on the Hudson River) - Peace Jubilee. Parade, Camden, N.J. Employees of Mathes' Shipyard. Mfgrs. Of airplanes and submarine chasers have float in parade

Ceremonies - New York City - Demonstrations over premature peace rumor, New York, N.Y. Crowd at Times Square holding up Extras telling about the signing of the Armistice. The news spread quickly and business was temporarily suspended while the people celebrated. The Government report that the news was not true did not stop the celebration

Ceremonies - Peace Parade in Tulsa, Okla. One of the novel displays in the celebration parade

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - Waiting for Peace Day Parade. Boston, Mass

Ceremonies - Connecticut - Part of the Peace Parade. Hartford, Conn

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - Peace Day Parade, Boston, Mass

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - Peace Day Parade, Boston, Mass

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - A., S.A.T.C. Unit in Peace Day Parade, Boston, Mass

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - Peace Day Parade, Boston, Mass

Ceremonies - Boston, Mass. - Maj. Gen. Crozier, in Peace Day Parade, Boston, Mass

Ceremonies - Illinois - War Celebrations. Peace Day Parade. Peoria, Illinois

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