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Sir Bryan To The Rescue, News Note- Mr. Bryan Is About To Visit Frankfort in Behalf of Beckham's Senatorial Campaign

American delegates visit John Brown's shipyard in Scotland

American congressman visit ordnance works. Calais, France

American congressmen visit Ordnance Works. Calais, France. 11-9-1917

Dominion journalists visit messenger dog depot. Etaples, France

American delegates visit Scotland

Group of American congressman on visit to the Western Front. Near Fricourt- France

American congressmen visit Ordnance Works, Calais, France. 11-9-1917

Visit of American delegates at John Brown's ship yard. Scotland

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

American congressmen visit boot repairing depot at Calais, France. 11-9-1917

American delegates visit John Brown's shipyard in Scotland. Mr. Wilson addressing women employees

Visit of the King of Belgium to the British front, his chauffeur in trouble. Villers Carbonnel

American labor delegates visit British grand fleet

American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit Scotland. Admiral Rodman, U.S.N., in conversation with delegates aboard his flagship

Newspaper correspondents visit the cathedral at Arras, France. 9-5-1918

American delegates visit Scotland

American congressmen visit Ordnance Works. Calais, France. 11-9-1917

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

American labor representatives visit British troops at Cassel, Belgium

American congressmen visit Ordnance Works. Calais, France. 11-9-1917

The Chateau on Montighy where the Queen of England stayed during her visit to France

Party of American congressmen visit the Western Front near Fricourt, France. 11-10-1917

American delegates visit the Grand Fleet

The Prime Minister of Newfoundland examining a Lewis machine gun during his visit to front line. Marlincourt-France. [The location is most likely Maricourt, France.]

American delegates visit Scotland

Sir Douglas Haig and Commander-in-Chief of the Portuguese Expeditionary Forces waiting at R.R. Depot, Tillers, France to receive the President of Portugal who is making a visit to France

Group of Canadian and French newspaper men visit Cercle Interallie, Paris, France

Group of Spanish Generals visit General E.H.H. Allenby. Chateau Bryas, St. Pol. March 1917

American congressional party visit western front

American Y.M.C.A. workers accompanied by British Naval officers visit the Western front

Spanish officers visit allied forces in France

American delegates visit shipyards in scotland

American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit Scotland

Group of American congressmen visit an English ordinance depot in France and one member is offered a horse shoe, Calais, France

Visit of a Brazilian Admiral to H.M.S. "Queen Elizabeth". He is shown in conversation with Admiral Beatty

Scene during visit of King George to France. The King with Marshal Foch, Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, General Petain and General Sir Henry Rawlinson

American congressmen visit Ordnance Works. Calais, France. 11-9-1917

American Congressmen visit Beronne cathedral. Peronne, France

American congressmen visit ordnance yard, Calais, France

American Y.M.C.A. workers visit the Western Front

American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit shipyards in Scotland. Mr. Wilson, Secretary of Labor putting a rivet into a ship

Admiral Benson pays a visit to Lord Beatty

American congressmen visit ordnance yard, Calais, France

American delegates visit Scotland

Visit of American congressmen to the western front. Near Fricourt, France. 11-10-1917

French office pays a last visit to the grave of Col. Doughty-Wyllie, V.C., of the British Army

Sam Gompers coming aboard battleship (British) to visit Lord Beatty

Lord Kitchener visit front line trenches

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American soldiers visit England. First American soldiers to get leave from the western front for a seven days' visit to England. They are gathered in the courtyard of the Red Cross headquarters in London

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - Cantteen in England. "You are invited to visit the American Red Cross Recreation Hut this evening and hear the finest Jazz band in England" reads an invitation which is handed to every solder as he marches into a certain big American "rest camp" in England

Commissions - To Foreign Nations - Labor - British King received American Labor delegates. Photo shows American Labor delegates leaving Buckingham Palace after their interview with the King on their visit to London

American Red Cross - Uniforms - All white is the dress uniform of the Red Cross nurse in foreign service, where its wearing, for laundry purposes has to be a luxury. But sometimes a wounded man is decorated in the ward, or a General may visit; almost certainly then the nurse will wear dress uniform as a mark of honor, and one which is dramatic in its symbolism. Nurses of the Army and Navy Nurse Corps wear the same uniform, with their insignia the Caduceus of the Army or anchor of the Navy replacing the Red Cross pin. They retain the Red Cross on the cap, however, if they have entered military service from the Red Cross reserve

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 - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - U.S. troops visit Toronto, Canada

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Maine - Milliken Regiment in Portland, Maine. Parade given by Regiment upon visit to Portland after short time in camp

Commissions - France - Foreign Legions and Miscellaneous - Natives of Alsace-Lorraine paid a visit to the Statue of Liberty to honor the memory of Bartholdi, the Alsatian, who designed the statue

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - King's visit to France. Decorating American troops for splendid work in recent fighting, Molliens, France

Commission - From Foreign Nations - France - Blue Devils - French Blue Devils who are visiting this country to aid the Liberty Loan paid a visit to the Polo Grounds, New York, New York to get some first hand impressions of the great American game, baseball

American Red Cross - Refugees - A visit from the barber at St. Lunaire, France, where there is a refugee colony of boys established under the care of the American Red Cross

Colleges and Universities - West Point - Ceremonies - Visit to West Point of British Mission, General Headlen

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Scene in stadium at review in honor of Marshal Joffres visit to Harvard University

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - King's visit to France. Inspecting American troops of the 2nd Army area

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N.J. Santa Clause beginning his annual visit

Neutral military attaches on a visit to a combat squardon on the Piave front. Inspecting the combat squardon. November 1917

Neutral military attaches in a visit to a combat squadron on the Piave front. General von Hofacker Listening to the account of returning observation flyer. November 1917

American Library Association - K thru N - Opening day base hospital branch, Camp Greene Library. Official visit of Maj. Renn, Commanding Officer of the hospital

American Red Cross - N thru W - Major D.T. Pierce, Head of the Department of Public Information of the American Red Cross in France, pays a visit to the London headquarters of the American Red Cross

The Emperors visit th Ghent. Prince Reusz and Prince Waldeck in conversation with his Excellency Kuhne. December 1917

Airplanes - Historical - Aeroplane on a visit to Camp Devens, Mass. C.P.I. Wash. D.C

Commissions - Serbia - Serbian Commission in the U.S. Visit to New York. L. Michailowitch, Serbian Minister to the U.S. photographed on vessel which carried representatives of nations with which the U.S. is cooperating in the war

Commission - From Foreign Nations - Britain - Newly arrived British commission pay their respects to mayor Mitchell of New York City, New York. Members of the latest British Commission to visit the U.S., call upon Mayor Mitchell of New York City, New York

Airplanes - Historical - 1st Government aeroplane to visit Yavapai County, Ariz., landing at government target range, 5 miles from Prescott

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Minnesota - G.A.R. veterans participate in the patriotic demonstration on the occasion of Theodore Roosevelt's visit to the city. Saint Paul, Minnesota, September, 1917

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps - Departure from St. Paul of 150 naval recruits. Parade was headed by Cadet Bagpipe Band from Winipeg, Canada, who were on a visit to St. Paul to stimulate recruiting for the British Army

Neutral military attaches on a visit to a combat squardon on the Piave front. General von Hofacker in a group of military attaches. November 1917

American Library Association - K thru N - Opening day base hospital branch, Camp Greene library. Visit of Miss Agnew, Chief Nurse, seated table right, and some of her staff

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - King's visit to France. Inspecting American troops in the 2nd Army area

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - King's visit to France. Americans march past the King at church parade near Cassell

Commissions - Russia - Members of the Russian War Mission to the U.S. At the left is Major Averill U.S.A., next is Captain Schutt of the Moscow guard, aid to Lieutenant Vladimir Roup, on their visit to Kansas City, Missouri

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - French officers visit S.A.T.C., Harvard University

American Red Cross - Vehicles - Wounded American soldiers see London, England. The soldiers visit the Houses of Parliament in a Red Cross Omnibus

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - King's visit to France. Inspecting American troops in the 2nd Army area

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - King's visit to France. King George and General Pershing inspecting American troops who have d1 well in the recent fighting, Molliens, France

Commissions - Italy - Crowd at home of M.H. McCormick, during the visit of Italian Commission in Chicago, Illinois

Artists - French Artworks - Pope Benedict presents Wilson with Mosaic. Pope Benedict presented President Wilson during his visit to Vatican with a mosaic reproduction of Guide Reni's famous painting "the Crucifixion of St. Peter." The reproduction, valued at $40,000, was made by the ancient mosaic factory of the Vatican in the Vatican grounds

Photograph of the Visit of the Pasha of Kenetra, the Pasha and Dr. Bahmer

Photograph of Visit of the Belgian Ambassador to the National Archives (Exchange of U.S. - Belgium Microfilm Rolls, 1832-1906)

Photograph of Visit of the Belgian Ambassador to the National Archives (Exchange of U.S. - Belgium Microfilm Rolls, 1832-1906)

Photograph of Visit of Irish Officials

Photograph of Visit of the Belgian Ambassador to the National Archives (Exchange of U.S. - Belgium Microfilm Rolls, 1832-1906)

A WAVES Visit

Photograph of Visit of the Belgian Ambassador to the National Archives (Exchange of U.S. - Belgium Microfilm Rolls, 1832-1906)

Photograph of Visit of the Belgian Ambassador to the National Archives (Exchange of U.S. - Belgium Microfilm Rolls, 1832-1906)

Photograph of Archives Advisory Council Visit to Washington National Records Center

Photograph of Visit of Mohammed V, King of Morocco

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