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[Sketch of the action at Roanoke Island, N. C., February 8, 1862, showing Confederate defenses, positions of Federal and Confederate gunboats and Federal transports, the landing place, and the site of the battleground.]

Sectional Map No. 9 Showing Choctaw Coal and Railway Company's Railway Line as Located from Near Station Place on Deer Creek Twenty Five Miles East to John Adams Prairie

Sectional Map No. 9 Showing Choctaw Coal and Railway Company's Railway Line as Located from Near Station Place on Deer Creek Twenty Five Miles East to John Adams Prairie

Before Completed Construction of Andrew Roan Eagle's Place

Farms in Place for a Concrete Foundation

Completed Construction of Andrew Roan Eagle's Place

Choctaw, Oklahoma, and Gulf Railroad Company, Corrected Map of Sectional Map No. 9 Showing Choctaw Coal and Railway Company's Railway Line as Located from near Station Place on Deer Creek 25 Miles East of John Adam's Prairie Crossing M. K. and T. RY.

The Wailing Place of the Antis

Crane Hercules, Erection of "A" Frame, Temporary Braces in Place, Yard Labor

Crane Hercules, Second "A" Frame in Place, Yard Labor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Pump Well Valves in Place, Holbrook Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, Caisson in Place Looking Northeast, Penn Bridge Company, Contractor

Pier E, a Center Column in Place, New York State Construction Company Contractor

Pier E, Side Column in Place, New York State Construction Company Contractor

Pier E - Interior Columns in Place, New York State Construction Company, Contractor

Pier E - Eastside Columns in Place, New York State Construction Company, Contractor

Railroad Track at Head of Dry Dock Number 4, Tie Rods, Reinforcing Steel, and Forms in Place, Ready for Concrete, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Pier F, Steel in Place Ready for Concreting Looking West, New York State Construction Company, Contractor

Pier F, Looking Northwest Showing Interior Columns in Place, New York State Construction Company, Contractor

Scene in the Grande Place - Ypres, Belgium

Horses at watering place. Near Prise, France

Grande Place at Douai, France. 10-18-1918

The Grand Place, Bethune

Grand Place and Cathedral, Tournai

Monthly Progress Photo, Pier C, Looking North, Reinforcing Metal in Place, Snare and Triest Company, Contractor

A Critical Place for a Difference of Opinion

Colleges and Universities - Annapolis Naval Academy - Buildings, Classes, Graduation, and Drills - U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. View of a student's wardrobe. Everything neat, tidy, and in its proper place

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Interallied conference of Red Cross Societies at Cannes, France. View of the "Cercle Natuique where the conference took place

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 - Manufacturing Plants - Rear control crate, showing method of holding wheels in place. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co., Dayton, Ohio

Balloons - Observation - Observation Balloon at a camp in the United States. Camouflaged hiding place for the balloon

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - An imposing ceremony recently took place on the American front when two flags were presented to an American Regiment by descendents of Marshal Rochambeau. Marquis Dompierre making a speech

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American Red Cross Headquarters in France. No. 4 Place de la Concorde, headquarters of the American Red Cross in Paris

The freat offensive in the West. Troops resting in the market place in St. Quentin. March 29, 1918

American Red Cross - Canteens - Here is the kitchen of the little tea canteen at the A.R.C., club in Glasgow, Scotland, where refreshments are served for troops stationed at that place

Alien Property Custodian - Property Seized - Seizure of alien property by U.S. Government. Chillingworth Mfg. Co., West Side Avenue & Carbon Place, Jersey City, N.J

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day celebration 1918, Paris, France. American troops passing the Strassbourg on the Place de La Concorde

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Red Cross work in France. Tired and hungry, they have no place to go and amuse themselves while they are waiitng for the train to start for the front. They were pioneers of the American Army

Boy's Activities - War Work in Europe - Boy Scout messenger at American Red Cross Building. 4 Place de la Concorde, Paris

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Great Parade of the 27th Division. Like so many birds, children found their observation place in trees along line of march. Madison Square shows grown-ups and children in trees

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American Red Cross Headquarters Paris. Showing statue of Jeanne D'Arc Place de Rivoli, decorated with Allied Flags to celebrate signings of the Armistice

Eastern front. Lithuania under German supervision. On the Market place. Wilna. Spetember 1917

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Hiding troop movements by smoke screens. American infantrymen are perfecting a scheme for throwing smoke before their advance, thus baffling the enemy in his attempt to determine where the next strike will take place

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - Italian Army and Miscellaneous Reviews - Peurto Rican volunteers. The Puerto Rican volunteers who have taken the place of the regular troops doing guard duty at Panama Canal, at drill

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - The Statu E of Joan D'Arc in Place de Rivoli, Paris, in front of the A.R.C

American Red Cross - Canteens - American Red Cross cares for American on leave in London, England. The enourmous influx of American soldiers on leave in London after the armistice flooded all hotel and hostel accomodations and many American soldiers found themselves at eleven or twelve o'clock without a place to sleep. The Red Cross threw open several of its large headquarters buildings and furnished the men with blankets and hot meals. Group of men arriving at Red Cross headquarters at midnight "canteened" in the big hallway

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - The mansion homes of the rich are no longer the place for only gayety and balls. Many of them have been turned over to the Red Cross for workshops for the women who volunteer to make bandages and other surgical dressings for the soldiers and sailors. This photo was taken in the bowling alleys in the home of Charles M. Schwab, and shows a number of women at work. The Schwab home is at Riverside Drive, New York City

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - Billiard room for use of American wounded in France. Billiard Room operated by the American Red Cross in the Casino at Vittel, the well known watering place in France

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - Independence Day celebration 1918, Paris, France. The American troops passing the American Red Cross Headquarters on the place De La Concorde

American Red Cross - Canteens - The midnight canteen Red Cross headquarters at 52 Grosvenor Gardens, London. Every American soldier who comes finds a place to sleep in London and there are hundreds of them every night, is welcomed at Red Cross Headquarters, where he gets a fine meal at the canteen counter, and then is given a sleeping place in halls or offices of the big building. The men sleep in long rows on the the floors and tables. This was done for several nights during the period following the signing of the armistice, until other arrangements could be made for taking care of the big influx of American son leave in London

Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal and Others - Charcoal producing plant for Chemical Warfare Service. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Plant, San Francisco, California. Original assembly of charcoal retort, showing 1 of the four retort tubes set in place

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Paris, France. Fourth of July Celebration, Place de Jens, American Infantrymen marching

Airplanes - Types - German airplanes captured by French resting in a field near Paris. Actually atop the wall facing the Rue de Rivoli at Place de la Concorde. Pealz Planes. From Capt. Moore, French Official

Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - Decorating Col1l Haywood. Col1l Haywood has just been decorated by General Collardet of the French Army. The Marselliese is being played. Decoration took place on the grounds of O.C.N.Y

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - Tired and hungry they have no place to go and amuse themselves while they are waiting for the train to start for the front. They were pioneers of the American Army and did not enjoy as many of the privileges which the men now have at the hands of the American Red Cross

Ceremonies - France - Crowd in Place de la Concorde, Paris, France, with an effigy of the kaiser which they are about to burn in celebrating the signing of the Armistice

American Red Cross - Canteens - American Red Cross Canteen in England. Nurses being served at an American Red Cross Canteen. Soldiers, who were waiting for food, willingly conceded the nurses first place, depsite their hunger, but the nursees refused to be considered, and did the serving themselves

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - American Red Cross Canteen, Issoudan, France. An occasional dance takes place in the canteen. The men have organized their own orchestra

Ceremonies - Nebraska - Captured Kaiser in Peace Parade, Nov. 11, on way to place execution. Auburn, Nebr

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments - American Red Cross weekly dances at the Gare St. Lazaire are great events for A.E.F. Real American girls and jazz music make this canteen a popular place on dance nights

Colleges and Universities - Tufts College - Tufts College, Massachusetts. A special course in drawing was given to women with the idea of fitting them to take the place of drafted men in engineering offices

Ceremonies - France - Paris crowds loudly acclaim peace. A vast crowd in the place de Concorde, Paris, during the Peace celebrations

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - American Independence Day in Alsace. A scene on Independence Day in the Place de Yasseraux. American and French troo[s surround the square at which a patriotic service was held

Ceremonies - France - Celebrating the signing of the Armistice in the Place de la Concorde, Paris, France

Eastern front. Lithuania under German supervision. On the Market place. Wilna. Spetember 1917

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

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - American Independence Day Celebration, Paris, France. American troops marching through La Place de Jena

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - In the lobby of the new general headquarters of the A.R.C., at 2 Place de Rivoli, Paris, France

College and Universities - University of Michigan - Student Army Training Corps - Vocational Training for S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps] at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Lowering engine block into place on crank case. Engine department - auto mechanics

Ceremonies - France - Celebrating the signign of the Armistice. Crowd in Place de la Concorde, Paris, France

American Red Cross - Ambulances - Red Cross Ambulance surrounded by reindeer teams. This should place the Red Cross in the Arctic regions. North Russia

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - After passing in review themselves before cheering millions of spectators, the wounded veterans that had a place of honor in the column reviewed the rest of threat parade. Twenty-seventh Division

Ceremonies - England - Reception greets U.S. soldiers in British town. The American soldiers who are temporarily quartered near a quiet little English town were recently tendered an official reception by the Mayor and the Mayoress of the place. Here we see the Mayor shaking hands with one of the American officers during the reception

Airplanes - Instruments - Manufacturing aviation battery used in Liberty Motors (U.S. Piece #8417) at the Willard Storage Battery Co., Plant, Cleveland, Ohio. Sealing covers in place with sealing compound, and burning on top of the connectors. From the Willard Storage Battery Co

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Here is where the last accounting of repatriates takes place, at Evian. After going through all the different examinations in the Casino, each indiviaul is giving his final instructions before leaving the building

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Great parade of 27th Division. Children found their observation place in trees along line of march

American Red Cross - Groups - Procession of A.R.C. workers passing through the Louvre on their way to Hotel De Ville, Paris, France, where the ceremony in honor of the A.R.C. will take place

Ceremonies - American Independence Day, 1918 - France - France celebrates the third Anniversary of the Battle of the Marne. Imposing ceremony taking place in the cathedral in memory of the Victory of the Marne

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Red Cross Headquarters in France. American Red Cross Headquarters Place de Rivoli, Paris, showing the statue of Jeanne D'Arc and the decorations celebration of the Armistice

Ceremonies - Liberations - France - A section of the great crowd in the Place de Iena, Paris during the celebration on April 22, 1917 of "America Day" in Paris

American Red Cross - Canteens - Interior of American Red Cross canteen at Austerlitz Station known officially as L.O.C. Canteen #7. The workers are in middle of midday meal, looking after needs of the boys, the girls, left to right: Miss Ruth Burns, #306 West 102nd St., N.Y.C.; Miss Frances Hoppin, 19 Waverly Place, Providence, Rhode Island; Miss Connel, Paris, France; May Felsberg, 809 Argle Road, Brooklyn, N.Y

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments - 250,000 New Yorkers joined in Red Cross Festival. The greatest street carnival that New York has ever seen, took place when 250,000 persons recently participated in the Red Cross block party which covered twenty-five city blocks along Fifth Ave

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - General Headquarters of the A.R.C. in the building that was formerly Hotel Regina at 2, Place de Rivoli, Paris, France. Statue of Joan d'Arc is placed in the middle of courtyard and can be seen in the picture

Camouflage - Wooden Guns - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A large part of the camouflage companies of the United States Army will be made up of full strength was recruited in 1917, from willing volunteers in Los Angeles, among the moving picture specialists. A demonstration held in one of the Los Angeles studios was a revelation of what camouflage means when it is done by expert movie men. These men changed the scene with a dexterity that was bewildering. A village was raised and its place taken by a forest. Photo shows huge gun camouflaged and filled with the aid of movie smoke

American Library Association - Libraries - Alabama through Iowa - Reading popular patime for me in service. The American Library Association has provided the books and the place for the men in the Service to do their reading. Sailors are showin in the A.L.A. library at Camp Perry, Great Lakes, Ill

American Red Cross - Canteens - Two representatives of the Pacific Division meet at Red Cross Canteen in London. Major Marshall Hale and Miss Alice Fleener of San Francisco. This canteen in courtyard in London, is a great meeting place for Americans. Every soldier who arrives in London on leave gets hi first meal here

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills- Practice in Theatre of Operations - A sudden gas alarm. Ready for attack, gas masks in place

Roumania. The rear guard engagement north of Foscani. Camping place of an infantry regiment. August 1917

Boy's Activities - War Work in Europe - Boy Scout messengers at the american Red Cross Building, 4 Place de la Concorde, Paris, France

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - "Army B Food Box" and is sent the prisoner a week after he is sent "A Box." It contains 1lb corned beef; 1lb roast beef; 1lb salmon; 2lbs corned beef hash; 1 can of pork and beans; 1lb tomatoes; 1 can of corn; 2 cans of peas; 4lbs hard bread; 1lb rice; 1 pint of evaporated milk; 1lb sugar; 1lb coffee; 1lb jam; raisins or figs; 80 cigarettes or in place of cigarettes 4 pkgs smoking tobacco or one cut of chewing tobacco

Armistice - Armistice - The surrender of Sedan in 1870 reversed in 1918. Faint hearted at the severe terms that were being imposed upon their beloved country the French plenipotentiaries slowly pass from the peace table while the haughty Hun looks on and Bismarck squats in a chair as though he were there to stay. Today the tables are turned, for the Sedan of 1870 passes into the hands of democartic America by capture in place of an autocratic Germany

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - The building in Place de la Concorde, Paris, France, which was formerly headquarters of the American Red Cross and is still used for offices governing the American Red Cross Activities in the north eastern zone. Shows how the posters advertising the 4th French loan have been pasted on the walls of this building

Ceremonies - France - Canadians enters Mons on morning of Armistice. Entering the Grand Place, Mons, on the morning when the armistice was signed amid the cheers of thousands of inhabitants who remained during the German occupation

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Owing to crowded condition of hotels in London the Red Cross has thrown open several of its office buildings in London, where soldiers and sailors on leave can have a place to sleep. Shows a group of men rolled up in their blankets in one of the offices of the Dept. of Military Relief at 52 Grosvenor Gardens

Ceremonies - France - Crowd in Place de la Concorde, Paris, France, celebrating the signing of the Armistice

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - General Headquarters of American Red Cross #2, Place de Rivoli, Paris, France

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American Officers' club in Germany. Home of officers' Club established by the American Red Cross at Treves, Germany for officers of Army of Occupation. Everything possible for comfort and convenience of officers is provided at this club which is favorite gathering place for them when not on duty

Communications troops at work. Preparing telegraph poles on the market place of St. Quentin. March 29, 1918

Armistice - Armistice - The "British Hotel" meeting place of the International Armistice Commission in Spa, Belgium (where formerly was German Great Hq.) It was in this building, according to report, that the Kaiser first sent out announcement (a lie) that he had abdicated

Ceremonies - France - American Red Cross Headquarters Place de Rivoli, Paris, showing the statue of Joan d'Arc and decorations to celebrate the Armistice