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Military Map, Baltimore Co., Md., compiled from the best Authorities and corrected by actual survey under the direction of Col. W. F. Raynolds, A. D. C., Chief Eng., 8th Army Corps. Drawn and Lithographed in the Office of the Chief Eng., 8th Army Corps, by Geo. Kaiser, Pvt., 10th N. Y. Vols., 1863.

Breakiton, Private - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - Personal Papers Arranged by Organizations - West Virginia

Plan [and cross sections] of Fort Fisher carried by assault by the U.S. Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. A. H. Terry, Jan. 15, 1865; surveyed under the Direction of Bvt. Brigadier General C. B. Comstock, Chief Engineer, by Otto Jul. Schultze, Private, 15th Rgt., N.Y.V. Engineers.

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Private Grounds G.O.P

Private of the South African Scottish in full marching orders

Private of the South African Scottish in full marching orders

Private of the Scots guards in full marching order

Private, South African infantry in full marching order

Private of the Scots guards in full marching order

Sergt. McDonnel and Private McDonald, American Pioneers, captured by the Germans, escaped and fought with the British army at Peronne, France. 12-5-1917

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Interior of the American Red Cross Canteen, showing comforts provided soldiers by the Red Cross. L to R: Miss Nichol, Lt. W.O. Wilson A.R.C., Miss Dorthy Young, Miss Thomas, Miss Adams, Mrs. Arnold. Soldiers, L to R: Pvt. W.B. McCoy, Mobile operating unit No. 1, Pvt. H.B. Wood, Evacuation Hospital No. 8 and Pvt. Burnett Smith Evacuation Hospital No. 8 A.R.C. Canteen, Senoncourt, Meuse, France

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - A.R.C. Field Hospital, France. Private Thomas M. Holmes of East Aurora, N.Y., receiving chocolate from Lt. Burgess A.R.C., Field Hospital No. 328 of the 82nd Div., Varenne-en-Argonne, Meuse, France

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - American wounded in England. Wounded Aemricans in London Hospital find an American billiard table. Americans, left to right, are Pvt. Sthal, Torrance, Adams, and Robertson

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - American soldier comes home married. Private and Mrs. William Lewis and their child, Mrs. Lewis one of twenty young women, all of whom were met and married by American soldiers abroad, who recently arrived in New York on S.S. Plattsburg

Airplanes - Accidents - Wings of the total wrecked aeroplane which resulted from a tail spin dive. This plane was operated by Lt. Adams and carried Pvt. Stayle, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - American Red Cross Hospital, France. Private Edward Hubert enjoying chocolage and cakes given by American Red Cross. A.R.C. Field Hospital No. 328, 82nd Div., Varenne-en-Argonne, Meuse, France

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - Private James Johnson from Mississippi receiving sandwiches from Miss Wills of the A.R.C. at the canteen at Is-sur-Tille, France

American Red Cross - War Work - The Home Service Section at Smithville having telephoned that Pvt. Smith's presence at home was urgently needed, the Red Cross Associate Field Director of Home Service at Camp Potomac secures a furlough for pvt. Smith from his Captain

Artists - American Artworks (Wartime Cartoons) - War Cartoons. Cartoos drawn by Private R. Hess of 535 Birch St., Scranton, PA., while a prisoner at Rastatt Prison camp, Germany

Airplanes - Accidents - Aeroplane in the repair shop. This wreck was caused by a tail spin and machine is a total wreck. Machine operated by Lt. Adams and Pvt. Stayle, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Div. of Military Aeronautics

Decorations - Presentations - DSM and CM of Honor - General Pershing decorating American soldiers. Private First Class Chas. D. Barger, Company 1, 354th Infantry., being presented with "Medal of Honor" by General Pershing at his headquarters in Chaumont, France

American Red Cross - Vehicles - The best known American aroudn the big Roehampton hospital (near London) is the Red Cross man, Private Maguire of El Paso, who came over to the Red Cross after serving three and a half years in the British army, from which he was discharged for disability

The Unusual Case of Private "Ginger." "Lifting the Safety Latch on his Rifle, Unheeding the Rain of Bullets, He Took Deliberate Aim at Huston

Photograph of Logging on Private Land

Photograph of Logging on Private Land

Photograph of Clear Cutting Job in White Pine on Private Land

Photograph of Shortleaf Pine Plantation on a Private Farm Near Farmington, Missouri

Photograph of Destructive Logging on Private Land

Photograph of Logged Off, Burned Over, Nonrestocking Private Land

Photograph of Logged Off, Burned Over, Nonrestocking Private Land

Photograph of Destructive Logging on Private Land

Photograph of Private William Bonneville Wrapped in a Blanket after an Exhausting Struggle with the Chill Currents of the English Channel

Photograph of Private Eugene V. Webber Handing a Little Girl a Stick of Chewing Gum in the Town of Asselbourn, Luxemburg

Photograph of Private First Class Margerum Walking through a Forest in Belgium

[President Auriol Returns to Private Life]

Photograph of Commercial Logging Clear Cut Operation on Private Land

Photograph of Unplanted Private Land

Photograph of Stand of Hardwood Hemlock Clear Cut on Private Land

Photograph of Private Milton L. Cook Firing His M-60 Machine Gun into an Area Where a Viet Cong Sniper was Spotted

Photograph of Private Michael J. Mendoza Firing His M-16 Rifle Into a Valley during Operation Cook

Photograph of Private James E. Stadig and Other Members of His Company Come out of a Viet Cong Cave

Photograph of Private Fred L. Greenleaf Crossing a Deep Irrigation Canal during Operation Bang Dong

Photograph of Private Daniel R. Bauer Crossing a Deep Irrigation Canal during Operation Bang Dong

Pvt. R. Jones, of the 81mm Mortars Plt., 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines, is Wet and Cold as He Takes a Break During Operation Pitt, Taking Place Approximately 12 miles north of Da Nang

Susan Ford and an Unidentified Child Look At a Skeleton First Lady Betty Ford and her Secretary Nancy Howe Dressed for Halloween in the President's Private Study on the Second Floor of the White House

Photograph of First Lady Betty Ford and Her Secretary Nancy Howe Dressing a Skeleton for Halloween in the President’s Chair in His Private Study on the Second Floor of the White House

Photograph of President Gerald Ford Having a Suit Fitted by Tailor Harvey Rosenthal in the President's Private Office

First Lady Betty Ford and Her Secretary Nancy Howe Dressing a Skeleton for Halloween in the President’s Chair in His Private Study on the Second Floor of the White House

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford and First Lady Betty Ford Having a Private Visit with Emperor Hirohito and Empress Nagako of Japan in the Red Room

Private Otis L. Berryman exercises a healing knee with weights in the physical therapy clinic at Womack Army Hospital

Dr. Jordan Harris provides dental care for a patient at Darnall Army Hospital dental clinic No. 2. He is assisted by Private Mark Bonnette

Private First Class Mark Jobin prepares to make a chest X-ray in the radiology department at Darnall Army Hospital

PVT. 2nd Class Steve Daniels, a medical specialist, sutures the arm of STAFF SGT. Robert S. Walker, a patient at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services building. PVT. 2 Debbie Nowakowski assists in the procedure

PVT 2nd Class Steve Daniels, a medical specialist, cleans a "patient's wound" before taking him to the emergency room at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services buildings

Jimmy Carter - Private Luncheon, Fr. 2-25; Meeting with Presidents of Womens' Organizations, Fr. 26-28

Private Dinner with Alstons

Private Sector/Jobs initiative dinner

Private Dinner for Retirees from Congress

Jimmy Carter - Private Luncheon, Fr. 2-5; Meeting with Presidents of Womens' Organizations, Fr. 6-8; Reception for Law enforcement Officials, Fr. 9-15

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Private Dinner

Jimmy Carter and Rosalyn Carter - Private Dinner in the Private Residence

Private Dinner for Retirees from Congress

fr 24-25 : President with Gov. and Mrs. William Scranton; rest: Private Dinner for Kissingers, Vances and Brzezinski

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