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"Lapland"

"Lapland"

Local Accession Number: PC 137..Description: Lapland was a passenger steamship that sailed a route from the U.K. to New York. It served as a troop vessel in the First World War...Photographer: Unknown..Source:... More

"Lapland"

"Lapland"

Local Accession Number: PC 137..Description: Lapland was a passenger steamship that sailed a route from the U.K. to New York. It served as a troop vessel in the First World War...Photographer: Unknown..Source:... More

"Lapland"

"Lapland"

Local Accession Number: PC 137..Description: Lapland was a passenger steamship that sailed a route from the U.K. to New York. It served as a troop vessel in the First World War...Photographer: Unknown..Source:... More

Colonel Gorgas

Colonel Gorgas

Photographs of the Construction of the Panama Canal

After Construction of House of Matthew War Bonnet - Bureau of Indian Affairs
German Mark 4 Tank

German Mark 4 Tank

This photograph depicts a German Mark 4 tank at a war bond drive at the Watertown Arsenal. Photographs

Men Wanted for the Army

Men Wanted for the Army

Military Recruiting Posters

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Local Accession Number: 192..Description: The location in which the peace treaty was signed...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Local Accession Number: 193..Description: The location in which the peace treaty was signed...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Local Accession Number: 193..Description: The location in which the peace treaty was signed...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

Interior of Versailles

Interior of Versailles

Local Accession Number: 194..Description: A large crowd gathers to witness the signing of the peace terms...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black an... More

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Local Accession Number: 192..Description: The location in which the peace treaty was signed...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

Female Worker, Watertown Arsenal

Female Worker, Watertown Arsenal

This photograph depicts a female worker at her job at the Watertown Arsenal during the World War I era. Photographs

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Local Accession Number: 192..Description: The location in which the peace treaty was signed...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Hall of Mirrors, Versailles

Local Accession Number: 193..Description: The location in which the peace treaty was signed...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

Interior of Versailles

Interior of Versailles

Local Accession Number: 194..Description: A large crowd gathers to witness the signing of the peace terms...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black an... More

Interior of Versailles

Interior of Versailles

Local Accession Number: 194..Description: A large crowd gathers to witness the signing of the peace terms...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black an... More

The Old Tun Tavern, Philadelphia

The Old Tun Tavern, Philadelphia

Photographic Prints Used in Marine Corps Exhibits

Artwork: "First American Air Victories," World War I, April 18, 1918. Artist: John McCoy, US Air Force Art Collection

Artwork: "First American Air Victories," World War I, April 18, 1918. ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

Water carriers going up to The Front Line. Pilkem,

Water carriers going up to The Front Line. Pilkem,

British Photographs of World War I

Bringing remains of the L-85 into Salonika

Bringing remains of the L-85 into Salonika

British Photographs of World War I

Greeks collecting stones to be used in construction of roads
Refugee and her cow, Amiens, France. 3-28-1918

Refugee and her cow, Amiens, France. 3-28-1918

British Photographs of World War I

Patriotic Children

Patriotic Children

Local Accession Number: PC 144..Description: Patriotic postcard from World War I. ..Photographer: Unknown..Source: Janet B. Downs..Size: 3x55..Medium: Print, Color..Date: c. 1918-1919

The King and Queen of England with the King and Queen of Belgium at the visitors chateau
American troops marching through London, England

American troops marching through London, England

British Photographs of World War I

American Red Cross - I thru M - American Red Cross in North Russia. Major Morris, U.S.A., in command of the American Engineering forces in North Russia. With Major Morris is Lt. Giffels, who came back from the front to get American Red Cross supplies for his men

American Red Cross - I thru M - American Red Cross in North Russia. Ma...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - I thru M

Typical American colored soldier

Typical American colored soldier

British Photographs of World War I

Armed trawlers in the North Sea

Armed trawlers in the North Sea

British Photographs of World War I

British artillery passing through Mailly - Maillet, France
Manufacturing limbs for British soldiers

Manufacturing limbs for British soldiers

British Photographs of World War I

French refugee returns to find her home in ruins. Scene near Fricourt, France. 12-1916
Patriotic Children

Patriotic Children

Local Accession Number: PC 144..Description: Patriotic postcard from World War I. ..Photographer: Unknown..Source: Janet B. Downs..Size: 3x55..Medium: Print, Color..Date: c. 1918-1919

Scene on the sands, Paris Plage. 5-18-1918

Scene on the sands, Paris Plage. 5-18-1918

British Photographs of World War I

Constructing road in the Somme and Ancre area, France. 1916
American delegates visit John Brown's shipyard in Scotland. Mr. Wilson addressing women employees
British Howitzer in the snow. Pozieres

British Howitzer in the snow. Pozieres

British Photographs of World War I

British railway gun, Meaulte, France. September 1916
British artillery moving to the front. Peronne, France. 2-23-1918
American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit Scotland

British Photographs of World War I

French official artist at work

French official artist at work

British Photographs of World War I

Scene near Passchendaele, Belgium; 1/11/1918

Scene near Passchendaele, Belgium; 1/11/1918

British Photographs of World War I

Flora Sandes, Sergeant Major, Serbian Army, taking a walk through the streets of Salonika
General V. Winterfeldt, Chief of the German Armistice Commission in Spa, Belgium
Keeping meat in a hollow tree during Salonika Campaign
Gen. Douglas (British Army) watching movements of the enemy and directing operations of his forces from observation post in tree top. Dardanelles Campaign
King George inspecting ruins of church at Thiepval

King George inspecting ruins of church at Thiepval

British Photographs of World War I

Bringing remains of the L-85 into Salonika

Bringing remains of the L-85 into Salonika

British Photographs of World War I

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.]
King George watching a field day meet. 7-12-1917

King George watching a field day meet. 7-12-1917

British Photographs of World War I

Placing large British gun in position. Ypres Salient and Area, Belgium
Woodrow Wilson and American Flags

Woodrow Wilson and American Flags

Local Accession Number: PC 140..Description: Patriotic postcard from World War I...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Carole Nelson..Size: 3x5..Medium: Print, Color..Date: c. 1918

British troops entering Lille, Belgium

British troops entering Lille, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

British cemetery at Salonika

British cemetery at Salonika

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins of La Bassee

Ruins of La Bassee

British Photographs of World War I

German machine gun

German machine gun

British Photographs of World War I

British Admiral greeting American officers at the Admiralty House. England
British troops entering Cologne, Germany. 12-14-1918
A chateau in Radinghem used for entertaining American visitors. 4-27-1918
Ration party going to the trenches. Arras, France; 3/1917
British Soldiers among the ruins of Tilloy, France

British Soldiers among the ruins of Tilloy, France

British Photographs of World War I

Admiral Sims, U.S. Navy with American and British Naval aides in the grounds of the Admiralty House. Right to left:- Lieut. Comdr. Daniels; Lieut. Comdr. Babcock; Admiral W.S. Sims, U.S.N.; Lieut. Comdr. Orlebar, British Navy
British soldiers finishing in La Bassee Canal, near Beauvry. 6-27-1917
Boxing contest aboard British battleship

Boxing contest aboard British battleship

British Photographs of World War I

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields]

[US Participation in World War I, French Battlefields] - [FRA-8342 through FRA-8379]

King George of England watching tanks at maneuvers. 8-10-1918
Serbian troops arriving at Salonika

Serbian troops arriving at Salonika

British Photographs of World War I

American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit Scotland

British Photographs of World War I

Scene in Puiseux, France

Scene in Puiseux, France

British Photographs of World War I

U.S. troops attend services at Winchester Cathedral. England
"Eighteen and Eighty" doing their "Bit" in one of England's munition factories
Artillery observation post (British) during the Mesopotamian Campaign
British troops passing over the Hohenzollern Bridge at Cologne, Germany. 1-8-1919
The Prince of Whales reviewing troops near Beaussart, France. During the Somme and Ancre Campaign
Scene during Battle of Flanders. Ypres salient and Area. Near Pilkem, Belgium. 8-16-1917
Thomas Marlowe Esq. Editor of the "Daily Mail"

Thomas Marlowe Esq. Editor of the "Daily Mail"

British Photographs of World War I

German gun emplacement destroyed by British artillery fire. Near Zonnebeke, Belgium
Where British troops broke the Hindenburg line. Queant, France. Arras and Cambrai Area. 9-6-1918
American Red Cross - Refugees - U.S. Army at Archangel Front, Russia. Children of Isakogorka receiving lunch erved by American Red Cross Mission to Russia

American Red Cross - Refugees - U.S. Army at Archangel Front, Russia. ...

Photographer: Press. Illus. Ser. American Red Cross - Refugees

Argyll and Sutherland highlanders near Ypres, Belgium
British wounded aboard light railway near Feuchy, France. 4-29-1917
Baruch and Grayson

Baruch and Grayson

Local Accession Number: 290..Description: Mr. Bernard M. Baruch, Head of the War Industries, and Dr. Cary T. Grayson, special aide and medical advisor to President Wilson at the King's Palace in Brussels, Belgi... More

Troops of the 29th British Division crossing Hohenzollerm Bridge at Cologne, Germany
Ruins of a former German stronghold. Near Arras, France. 10-17-1917
Method of transporting slightly wounded during the Salonika Campaign
Scene during the Battle of Arras, France. April 1917
Type of Jelu soldier

Type of Jelu soldier

British Photographs of World War I

Assembly Room Ward

Assembly Room Ward

Local Accession Number: PC 76..Description: The Assembly Room Ward at the 3rd Southern General Hospital in Oxford, England...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Collection of Anna Nevins..Size: 3x5..Medium: Print, S... More

British troops enroute to trenches. Near Doullen-Amiens road, France
Group of Canadian and French newspaper men visit Cercle Interallie, Paris, France
French helmet

French helmet

British Photographs of World War I

French and English soldiers at a water hole. Frise, France. Somme and Ancre Campaign
View of Mametz, France, after its capture by the British
Wounded men having refreshments before going to dressing station Feuchy Crossroads, France. April 1917
The Lord Mayor of London in France

The Lord Mayor of London in France

British Photographs of World War I

The Duke of Connaught inspects the 56th Brigade, British Army, in Flanders
Ruins of Cambrai, France

Ruins of Cambrai, France

British Photographs of World War I

Presentation of medals to the 56th Brigade

Presentation of medals to the 56th Brigade

British Photographs of World War I

American troops at foot of statue to Alfred the Great. Winchester, England
Zeppelin brought down on the marches near mouth of the Varder River during the Salonika Campaign
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