Committee on Public Information Photographs World War I

Accession Number: SC U:62
Location: RB-M Photo
Dates: 1914-1918
Size: 13 regular Hollingers; 4.29 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Committee on Public Information
Acquisition info: Received from the Federal Government
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Received from the Committee on Public Information
Language: English
Processed by: Melissa Miller, April 2018
Conservation notes: Photos placed in acid-free folders
Scope and Content: The collection contains black and white propaganda photographs obtained from the Committee on Public Information during World War I. Issued as various numbered sets, the photographs include staged and non-staged subjects about various aspects of the war.
Arrangement: Boxes 1-6: numerically, CPI photos
Boxes 7-9: alphabetically, studios
Box 10: alphabetically, St. Louis-related
Boxes 11-13: numerically, French Official Photographs 
Restrictions: SLPL does not own copyright    
Remarks: Collection maintained in original folder-order 

Committee on Public Information Photographs World War I
1914-1918
13 regular Hollingers; 4.29 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
1/1 Finding aid
1/2 Numbers 43-268

-43: Different Methods of Saluting

-229: Americans in London

-230: Americans in London

-231: Americans in London

-258: Airplane View

-259: Airplane View

-262: German Destruction (3)

-268: Zeppelin

1/3 Numbers 366-560

-366: With Our Marines in France

-393: Weeding out the Units by Means of Psychological Tests

-437: Camp Upton, NY

-442: Camp Upton, NY

-447: Aviation Training

-448: Aviation Training

-449: Radio Training

-450: Aviation Training

-453: Aviation Training

-454: Aviation Training

-457: Aviation Training

-463: Aviation Training (3)

-447: Aviation Training

-460: Aviation Training

1/4 Numbers 501-536

-501: Airplane Construction

-502: Airplane Construction

-503: Airplane Construction

-506: Berlin Crowds Protest Peace Terms

-531: Airplane

-534: Airplane Construction

-535: Aviation

-536: Aviation

1/5 Numbers 418-498

-418: Record Card

-435: Camp Upton, NY

-438: Camp Upton, NY

-460: Aviation Training

-466: Airplane Construction

-471: Airplane Construction

-477: Aviation Training

-484: Airplane Empennage 

-492: Airplane Construction

-494: Building Speed into Airplanes (2)

-498: Aviation Training

1/6 Numbers 476-598

-476: Airplane Construction

-542: Airplane Construction

-543: Airplane Construction

-545: Airplane Construction

-551: Aviation

-555: Airplane Construction

-557: Airplane Construction

-564: Airplane Construction

-565: Airplane Construction

-566: Aviation Training

-567: Aviation Training

-576: Balloon

-577: Balloon

-584: Airplane Construction (2)

-598: Airplane Construction

-597: Aviation Training

-598: Airplane Construction

1/7 Numbers 602-629

-602: Airplane Construction

-604: Aviation Training

-607: Assembling the Control Gear of an Airplane

-610: Airplane Construction (2)

-611: Airplane Construction

-621: Aviation Training

-622: Aviation Training

-627: Aviation Training

-628: Aviation Training

-629: Aviation Training

1/8 Numbers 632-672

-632: Airplane Construction

-633: Airplane Construction (2) 

-634: The Eyes of Our Army

-636: Aviation Training

-637: Aviation Training

-644: Horn operated by means of compressed air…                                            

-647: [soldier in uniform carrying messenger bag]

-651: American soldiers using gas flappers…

-655: American gas mask…

-656: Another view of the adjustment drill.

-657: Type of rattle used to give the alarm…

-659: American gas mask…

-672: Close up view of American gas mask.

1/9 Numbers 684-688

-684: Americans in France

-685: Americans in France

-686: Camouflage

-687: Americans in France

-688: Americans in France

1/10 Numbers 691-718

-691: Cooking

-693: Cooking

-706: American gas mask adjusted…

-709: Gas mask knapsack at “alert position”

-715: American soldier being drilled in a rapid adjustment…

-716: One of the early types of gas mask…

-718: Adjustment drill showing knapsack at “alert position”…

1/11 Numbers 720-723

-720: Cooking

-721: Cooking

-722: Cooking

-723: Cooking (6)

1/12 Numbers 755-758

-755: Recreation

-756: Recreation

-757: Recreation

-758: Recreation

1/13 Numbers 784-814

-784: In Training

-786: Trenches

-788: In Training

-789: First Aid

-790: In Training

-791: Trench

-792: Equipment

-794 Dugouts

-795: In Training

-796: In Training

-798: In Training

-799: A Dugout

-800: On Duty

-801: Trenches

-802: Trenches

-803: Dugouts

-804: In Training

-805: In Training

-806: In Training

-807: Fort Sheridan, IL

-809: Fort Sheridan, IL

-810: Fort Sheridan, IL

-812: Dugouts

-813: Dugouts

-814: Fort Sheridan, IL

1/14 Numbers 818-832

-818: Americans in France

-819: Americans in France

-826: Cooking

-827: Cooking

-828: Cooking

-829: Cooking

-830: Cooking

-831: Cooking

-832: Camp Washington DC

1/15 Numbers 900-905

-900: Hospital

-905: Aisne: A soldier laudering…

1/16 Numbers 1000-1008

-1000: Damaged German Ships

-1001: Damaged German Ships

-1002: Damaged German Ships

-1003: Damaged German Ships

-1004: Damaged German Ships

-1005: Damaged German Ships

-1006: Damaged German Ships

-1007: Damaged German Ships

-1008: Damaged German Ships

1/17 Numbers 1027-1056

-1027: The Water Carrier in the Trenches Occupied by the US Marines

-1048: More Ships and Victory

-1049: More Ships and Victory

-1054: Damaged German Ships

-1055: Damaged German Ships

-1056: Damaged German Ships

1/18 Numbers 1078-1079 

-1078: Lieut. Commander Bagley 

-1079: America’s First Naval Loss

1/19 Numbers 1081-1099

-1081: Auto Trucks
-1083: Auto Trucks
-1084: Auto Trucks
-1089: Auto Trucks
-1094: Auto Trucks
-1095: Auto Trucks
-1096: Auto Trucks
-1098: Auto Truck
-1099: Auto Truck

1/20 Numbers 1100-1157 

-1100: Auto Truck 

-1101: Auto Truck
-1106: Auto Truck 

-1108: Auto Truck 

-1116: Trenches
-1121: In Training
-1122: Camp Lee, VA
-1123: Camp Lee, VA
-1129: Camp Lee, VA
-1130: In Training
-1131: Camp Lee, VA
-1134: In Training
-1141: Allied Officers
-1142: In Training
-1143: Salute
-1146: Camp Lee, VA
-1157: Officers

1/21 Numbers 1230-1349 

-1230: The Man at the Wheel 

-1234: A Cloudscape from a Caproni
-1236: Posing above the Clouds 

-1253: The Sentinel of the Air

-1260: A Hasty Descent 

-1261: Banked for a Turn

-1264: Student Fliers Take a Morning Spin

-1347: The Vast Emptiness Below (2) 

-1348: Out of Sight of Land 

-1349: The Caproni Bears the Stars and Stripes

1/22 Numbers 1342-1377 

-1342: Camouflage
-1364: First Aid
-1365: In Training
-1366: First Aid
-1367: In Training
-1368: First Aid
-1370: In Training
-1371: In Training       

-1373: First Aid
-1376: First Aid 

-1377: In Training

1/23 Numbers 1380-1396 

-1380: Aviation Training
-1382: Aviation Training
-1383: Airplane Construction
-1384: American Airplane
-1387: American Airplanes
-1389: American Airplanes
-1391: American Airplane
-1392: American Airplanes
-1396: American Airplane

2/1 Numbers 1431-1727 

-1431: Recreation Hours 

-1433: “Over There” Over Here 

-1446: Machine Gun (2) 

-1495: [gentlemen in front of an airplane]      

-1560: Charles Wellman Parks 

-1565: German Submarine 

-1566: German Submarine 

-1567: German Submarine 

-1568: German Submarine 

-1663: Transportation 

-1679: United States Navy 

-1680: United States Navy 

-1681: United States Navy 

-1682: United States Navy

-1683: USS Fanning 

-1707: Admiral Benson

-1708: Admiral Benson

-1709: Admiral Benson

-1710: Admiral Benson

-1711: Admiral Benson

-1727: Marne District

2/2 Numbers 1730-1748

-1730: More Ships and Victory

-1733: More Ships and Victory

-1737: Dugout

-1740: Hospital Corps (3)

-1742: Hospital Corps

-1746: Hospital Corps (2)

-1748: Hospital Corps (2)

2/3 Numbers 1756-1846

-1756: More Ships and Victory (2); negative also included; number 1816 also included (Another Ship to Beat the U Boats)

-1768: More Ships and Victory

-1771: More Ships and Victory

-1773: More Ships and Victory

-1787: More Ships and Victory

-1790: More Ships and Victory

-1791: More Ships and Victory

-1792: More Ships and Victory

-1799: More Ships and Victory

-1800: More Ships and Victory

-1804: More Ships and Victory

-1809: More Ships and Victory

-1816: More Ships and Victory (2)

-1819: More Ships and Victory (2)

-1820: More Ships and Victory

-1828: More Ships and Victory (2)

-1830: More Ships and Victory

-1835: More Ships and Victory

-1846: More Ships and Victory

2/4 Numbers 1851-1880

-1851: More Ships and Victory

-1852: More Ships and Victory

-1867: More Ships and Victory

-1873: More Ships and Victory

-1880: More Ships and Victory (2)

2/5 Numbers 1944-1966

-1944: Recreation

-1946: Recreation (2) 

-1949: In Training (2)

-1952: In Training

-1954: In Training

-1956: Dentistry

-1957: Recreation

-1962: In Training

-1963: Recreation

-1964: In Training

-1965: Flags

-1966: Recreation

2/6 Numbers 1970-1989

-1970: Camouflage

-1971: Camouflage

-1972: Camouflage

-1973: Camouflage

-1975: Camouflage

-1976: Camouflage

-1977: Camouflage

-1978: Camouflage

-1979: Camouflage

-1980: Camouflage

-1981: Camouflage

-1982: Camouflage

-1983: Camouflage

-1984: Camouflage

-1985: Camouflage

-1986: Camouflage

-1987: Camouflage

-1988: Camouflage

-1989: Camouflage

2/7 Numbers 2031-2060

-2031: American Artillery

-2033: American Artillery

-2034: Machine Guns

-2035: In Training

-2036: Camouflage

-2038: An American Cantonment

-2039: In Training

-2041: In Training

-2044: Eliminating the Horrors of German Gas Attacks

-2048: In Training

-2049: In Training

-2052: American Artillery

-2055: Grenades

-2057: Attacking a Trench (2)

-2058: American Artillery 

-2059: First Aid 

-2060: Ward-tent of field hospital…

2/8 Numbers 2064-2149 

-2064: First Aid

-2067: Gas Masks

-2111: Gen. Pershing

-2112: Americans in France

-2114: Gas Masks

-2116: Bayonet Practice

-2119: Americans in France

-2118: Americans in France

-2120: Americans in France

-2122: Americans in France

-2123: Americans in France

-2124: Americans in France

-2126: Americans in France

-2128: Grenades

-2130: Americans in France

-2132: Americans in France

-2133: Americans in France

-2138: Americans in France

-2140: Americans in France (3)

-2141: Americans in France

-2142: Americans in France

-2143: Gas Mask

-2144: Americans in France

-2148: Americans in France

-2149: Americans in France

2/9 Numbers 2152-2169 

-2152: Religious Services 

-2153: Americans in France 

-2155: Americans in France
-2156: Equipment
-2158: Dogs
-2159: Americans in France
-2161: Americans in France
-2165: Grenades
-2167: Sentry Duty
-2169: Supplies for American Troops

2/10 Numbers 2172-2190

-2172: Americans in France (2)

-2174: Americans in France

-2177: Americans in France

-2179: Trench Training a Sport to Our Boys 

-2181: In Training 

-2182: Americans in France (2) 

-2183: Americans in France (2) 

-2186: United States Marines in France 

-2187: Americans in France 

-2188: Grenades 

-2189: American Ship Blazing 

-2190: The Horrors of War

2/11 Numbers 2201-2305 

-2201: Dugouts
-2244: More Ships and Victory
-2245: SS Santa Ana
-2247: More Ships and Victory
-2270: A Popular Target
-2271: Notifying Headquarters of Enemy Movements
-2275: Pershing!

-2277: More Ships and Victory/Nailing Panels for a Knockdown Barracks (2)

-2283: Not an Inch Is Wasted

-2286: An Ancient Mode of Transportation in a Twentieth Century War

-2287: Air-Drying timber for Our Wooden Ships

-2288: Trimming Lumber for Our Soldiers’ Barracks -2289: Felling Forest Giants to Build More Ships

-2305: The Yoke of Peace Battles against the Yoke of Autocracy (2)

2/12 Numbers 2291-2340 

-2291: On the Ways to Victory 

-2295: The Sawmills Buzz Their Bit 

-2298: Spraying the Barracks Panels

-2303: The Towering Pines Offer Themselves to Democracy’s Cause

-2306: Giants of the Forest

-2308: Loading Knocked-Down Barracks for Shipment Abroad

-2313: The Skidder Speeds up Production/The Simple Tools for the Erection of a Portable Barracks (2)

-2314: Building a Forest Railway to Speed up Ship Production

-2336: Transportation

-2337: Balloons
-2339: The Terror of the Air (2)

-2340: Doing Paris under the Chaperonage of the YMCA

2/13 Numbers 2343-2370 

-2343: The YMCA Canteen
-2346: A Hut in a Palace
-2347: A Home in France
-2349: Feeding the Jackies Ashore
-2350: YMCA Means “First to Cheer”
-2352: The Sign of Welcome to Our Landing Troops
-2355: Hospital Inspection
-2357: The Aviators’ Rendezvous
-2361: Jazzing Our Gunners to Victory
-2366: Finding the Range (2)

-2367: The Hand of Fellowship/American YMCA Workers near the Front (2)

-2368: The Lunch of the Field Secretaries (2)

-2370: The Final Inspection before the Battle (4)

2/14 Numbers 2371-2385

-2371: News from the Folks back Home (3); 2381 on same page: A Smile of Cheer

-2373: No Slackers at Mess Hall

-2374: Ready for the Air (2)

-2376: Unloading American Ships in France (2)

-2377: Soldiers of the Sea Parade on French Soil

-2379: Our Marines Pass Inspection

-2380: A “Grass Cutter” Comes to Grief (4); on same page as 2556: Emptying the “Enemy’s” Trench

-2381: A Smile of Cheer

-2382: Wounds of Valor

-2383: Our Aviators become Machine Gun Marksmen -2384: Army Cooks become French Chefs (2)

-2385: Off to Photograph the Enemy’s Lines (2); on same page as 2339: With Uncle Sam’s Birdmen in France

2/15 Numbers 2387-2399 

-2387: The Test before the Flight 

-2388: Awaiting Enemy Fliers

-2389: German Prisoners Building Roads in American Camps (2)

-2391: The Terror of the Air/The Result of a 500-Foot Drop (2)

-2393: The Editorial Sanctum of the “Eagles Screech”

-2394: Watching the Army Birds Take to Flight

-2396: A Trap Shooter’s Paradise (2)

-2399: The Link between Headquarters and the Outposts

2/16 Numbers 2400-2425 

-2400: The Forest Giants Take Their Last Journey 

-2402: Comparing Observation Notes 

-2404: The Blazed Logs
-2406: Emptying Cars at the Water’s Edge
-2407: Informing Headquarters of Enemy Movements
-2408: Nature and Democracy’s Cause
-2410: Chopping Their Way to Victory
-2412: The Log Raft
-2414: The Only Halt in Our Shipbuilding Program
-2416: The Timber Awaits the Workers
-2418: Unloading Logs at the Mill
-2420: Chuting the Spruce to the Mills
-2421: Stripping the Forests
-2422: The Days’ Work Is Done
-2423: An Outpost of the Intelligence Division
-2424: Bridging the Atlantic
-2425: A Hail of Lead

2/17 Numbers 2426-2471 

-2426: Sweet Dreams of Grub (2)
-2427: Tenting Tonight on the New Camp Ground
-2428: Three Generations in Khaki
-2430: Our Flying Couriers
-2432: Our Flying Couriers (7)
-2435: Cold Steel
-2442: Out of the Trenches
-2443: Pursuing the Retreating Enemy
-2445: Close Quarters
-2446: Hurdling to Victory
-2452: Over the Top
-2470: Throwing down the Gage for Honor and Democracy
-2471: Proclaiming Our Participation in this War for Peace

2/18 Numbers 2491-2538 

-2491: Transportation 

-2492: Transportation 

-2499: Instructing Our Instructors 

-2504: A Study in Expression 

-2505: Guns of Victory 

-2506: Artillery on Review

-2509: Preparing for the Berlin Marathon

-2510: A Hero of Trench Warfare

-2511: The Making of Our Army

-2512: They Stoop to Conquer

-2514: Giving the Surgeons a Furlough

-2529: Italy Gets Aid for Her New Drive for Victory

-2530: Again under the Tricolor of France

-2531: How Germans Feared French Shells 

-2532: Engineering Feats along the Firing Line 

-2533: Ruins Dot Ravaged France 

-2534: Spanish Mission Visits Ravaged France 

-2535: Neutrals See Trench Warfare 

-2536: A Taube Is Sighted 

-2537: Main Street, Never Mind Where 

-2538: Trench Transportation Simplified

2/19 Number 2549 

-2549: The “General Pershing” after the Christening

2/20 Numbers 2556-2665 

-2556: Emptying the Enemy’s Trench 

-2557: The Divisional Emblem
-2558: How Trenches will be Won
-2559: Clearing Captured Trenches of Lurking Enemies (2)
-2562: Taming War
-2564: Skill and Speed Mark the Work of Our Engineers
-2663: The Army Supply Train
-2665: Finding the Range for the Guns

2/21 Numbers 2583-2683 

-2583: This tank, the newest engine of modern warfare…

-2664: The Wagon Transport Drill (2)
-2683: Our Dumb Animals in War

3/1 Numbers 2735-3195 

-2735: Bringing the Guns into Action
 -2746: Main Street
 -2786: Barricades for No Man’s Land
 -2787: Decorating the Colors
 -2788: France Bestows Her Greatest War Gift

-2915: Snapping the Enemy Trenches with the New Aeroplane Graflex -3195: Artillery

3/2 Numbers 2789-2804 

-2789: Fighting with Nature’s Weapons

-2790: A True American Who Gave His Life for Democracy (2)

2792: Comrades Pay Last Tribute to a Khaki-Clad Martyr (2)

2794: Instilling the Joys of Victory (2)

2796: [firefighters with hose]

2798: An Octette [sic] of Gladiators
2801: Tommy Shows Sammy a Trick of War

2802: The Charge to Victory through Gas-Laden Air

2803: How German Trenches Will be Cleared

-2804: Halting an Enemy’s Raid

3/3 Numbers 256-2927

-256: Airplane Camera

-2896: As the Colors Pass By

-2897: Army and Peace Advocates Join Hands in a Common Cause

-2899: Military Honors for a Peace Advocate

-2905: Our Allied Instructors

-2906: The Smiles of Victory

-2914: Photographing Enemy Trenches from the Clouds (2)

-2917: The Old and the New Have Their Places in a Twentieth Century War

-2918: Reviewing Our Future Aviators

-2920: Recording the Efficiency of Our Aviators

-2921: The Hydro Aeroplane Floats over the Clouds

-2922: The Parade of the Aviation School

-2923: Seaward Bound

-2924: The Eyes of Our Navy

-2926: The Result of a Poor Landing (2)

-2927: Taking the Air

3/4 Numbers 2929-2947

-2929: The Nemesis of the Submarine

-2930: Headed for the Clouds

-2931: The Eagle Bests the Shark

-2932: Leaving the Water for the Air

-2935: On the Trail of the Hydroaeroplane               

-2936: “A hydroaeroplane on a practice flight…”

-2937: Back from Its Morning Flight (3)                  

-2939: The Sentinel of the Clouds

-2942: Leaving the Water for the Air

-2943: The Winged Solution of Victory

-2944: Ready for the Morning Flight

-2946: The Dirigible Leaves for Its Daily Flight

-2947: Back from the Morning Dip (2)

3/5 Numbers 2950-2971

-2950: Tuning up the Dirigible’s Engine

2956: Taking the Air

2962: French Advisor Aids Italian War Council

2963: Milan Honors French Envoy

2964: No Place in German Kultur [sic]

2965: Honors for French Heroes

2966: The House of Hope in the Balkans

2967: The Bombardment before the Charge

2968: Lending the Cooks a Hand

-2969: French Supplies for Italian Troops

-2970: Under the Roar of the German Guns

-2971: France and Her Southern Ally

3/6 Numbers 2973-3015

-2973: Missouri, USS

-2980: New Hampshire, USS

-3000: Red Cross

-3001: Red Cross

-3002: Maj. Murphy

-3003: Maj. Murphy

-3006: Maj. Perkins

-3007: Red Cross

-3008: At Sea

-3009: At Sea

-3010: Dartmouth Unit

-3011: Dartmouth Unit

-3012: Dartmouth Unit

-3013: Dartmouth Unit (6)

-3014: Tuft’s Unit

-3015: Tuft’s Unit

3/7 Numbers 3016-3025

-3016: Americans in France

-3017: Americans in France

-3018: Americans in France

-3019: Americans in France

-3020: Americans in France

-3021: Americans in France

-3022: Americans in France

-3023: Americans in France

-3024: Americans in France

-3025: Americans in France

3/8 Numbers 3026-3045

-3026: Americans in France

-3027: Americans in France

-3028: Americans in France

-3030: Americans in France

-3031: Americans in France

-3032: Americans in France

-3033: Americans in France

-3034: Americans in France

-3035: Gen. Pershing

-3036: Gen. Pershing

-3037: Americans in France

-3038: Americans in France

-3039: Pershing and Joffre

-3040: Pershing and Joffre

-3041: Americans in France

-3042: Americans in France

-3043: Americans in France

-3044: Joffre

-3045: Joffre

3/9 Numbers 3046-3055

-3046: French Memorial
-3047: Red Cross
-3048: French Memorial
-3049: Red Cross
-3050: Americans in France
-3051: Americans in France
-3052: Maj. Murphy
-3053: Americans in France
-3054: Americans in France
-3055: Americans in France

3/10 Numbers 3056-3060

-3056: Rifle Practice
-3057: Legion of Honor
-3058: Bombs
-3059: Trench Attack
-3060: Bombs

3/11 Numbers 3061-3069

-3061: Trenches
-3062: Dartmouth Unit
-3063: Trenches
-3064: Trench Raiding
-3065: Bombs
-3066: Shelling Trenches
-3067: Gen. Pershing
-3068: Gen. Pershing
-3069: Gen. Pershing

3/12 Numbers 3071-3085 

-3071: Red Cross

-3072: Red Cross

-3073: Red Cross

-3074: Red Cross

-3075: Red Cross (6)

-3077: Trench Raiding

-3078: In Training

-3079: In Training

-3080: In Training

-3081: In Training

-3082: HO Beatty

-3083: HO Beatty

-3084: American Hospital 

-3085: American Ambulance

3/13 Numbers 3086-3100

-3086: American Hospital
-3087: American Ambulance
-3088: American Ambulance
-3089: Preparing for Exercises
-3090: Capt. Kemp
-3093: Machine Guns and Ammunition Wagons
-3094: Maj. Murphy
-3095: Capt. Norton
-3096: Capt. Norton
-3097: Red Cross
-3098: American Ambulance
-3099: Capt. Kemp
-3100: General Sibert

3/14 Numbers 3101-3115

-3101: Maj. Perkins
-3102: Maj. Perkins
-3103: Capt. Kemp
-3104: Bayonet Practice
-3105: Physical Training
-3106: Physical Training
-3107: Physical Training
-3108: In Training
-3109: Physical Training
-3110: Bayonet Practice
-3111: Bayonet Practice
-3112: In Training
-3113: In Training
-3114: In Training
-3115:  Physical Training 

3/15 Numbers 3117-3135

-3117: Drilling

-3119: In Training

-3120: Grenades

-3121: Trench Attack

-3122: Smoke Bombs

-3123: Rapid Fire

-3124: Gas Masks

-3125: Gas Masks

-3126: Gas Masks

-3127: Gas Masks

-3128: Gas Masks

-3129: Grenades

-3130: Grenades

-3131: Training

-3132: Grenades

-3133: Shelling

-3134: Gen. Sibert

-3135: Grenades

3/16 Numbers 3136-3155

-3136: Food
-3137: Cooking
-3138: In Training
-3139: Grenades
-3140: Americans in France
-3141: War Farming
-3142: In Training
-3143: In Training
-3144: In Training
-3145: In Training
-3146: In Training
-3148: Americans in France
-3153: American Artillery
-3154: German Prisoners
-3155: Feeding Our Army

3/17 Numbers 3156-3200

-3156: American Artillery
-3159: Balloons
-3160: Americans in France
-3163: Horses
-3164: Food
-3191: Balloons
-3197: American Artillery
-3198: Horses
-3199: At Play
-3200: American Military Review

3/18 Numbers 3201-3216

-3201: Food

-3205: American Military Review

-3206: Artillery

-3207: Artillery

-3208: Artillery

-3209: Artillery

-3210: Artillery

-3211: American Artillery

-3212: American Military Review

-3213: Balloon

-3214: Balloon

-3215: Balloon

-3216: Balloon

3/19 Numbers 3218-3232

-3218: American Artillery
-3221: Cooking
-3223: American Artillery
-3224: Cooking
-3225: Food
-3226: Cooking
-3227: Food
-3228: Food
-3229: Food
-3230: Food
-3232: Americans in France

3/20 Numbers 3239-3260

-3239: Food
-3240: Cooking
-3241: In Camps
-3243: Food
-3251: American Military Review
-3252: Transportation
-3253: Americans in France
-3255: Food
-3256: Unloading
-3257: Americans in France
-3258: Americans in France
-3259: Americans in France
-3260: Liquid Fire

3/21 Numbers 3261-3270

-3261: Americans in France

-3262: French General

-3263: Gen. Joffre

-3264: In Training

3265: Americans in France

3266: Food

3267: Americans in France

3268: Transportation

3269: Food

3270: Americans in France

3/22 Numbers 3271-3277

-3271: Americans in France
-3272: Liquid Fire
-3273: In Training
-3274: Liquid Fire
-3275: Liquid Fire
-3276: Liquid Fire
-3277: Airplane

4/1 Numbers 3739-3940

-3739: The Titan of the Air
-3918: A German Boast Never Realized
-3920: Honors for Shipbuilders
-3931: A Festive Welcome by the YWCA
-3932: Entertaining Our Khaki Clad Sons
-3933: Adding Salmon to the Army Menu
-3934: Learning the Dangerous Game of Sleuthing
-3935: Observing the Enemy’s Retreat
-3937: Brining in the Days Catch
-3938: No Surprise Movements with Our Boys on the Job 

-3939: Observing the Effects of American Shell on German Trenches

-3940: Spying on the Enemy’s Trenches (2)

4/2 Numbers 3941-3950

-3941: The Fragments Hold Our Boys to a Tie
-3942: Back from a Long Hike
-3943: Meat Conservation Means Sport for Our Boys
-3945: Back from a Long Hike
-3947: Battling for the Red Cross
-3955: Mapping the Enemy’s Trenches

-3956: Grenading [sic] the Lurking Enemy out of Captured Trenches

-3958: An Interallied [sic] Soccer Battle

-3959: Midgets Battle for the Red Cross Fund

4/3 Numbers 4001-4018

-4001: A Belgian Crew with a German Gun

-4002: Shelling Germans with a German Gun

-4003: English Soldiers of Mercy behind Belgian Lines

-4004: Safe from the Teuton [sic] Shell

-4005: No Sanctuary for the Dead

-4006: Trenches de Luxe

-4007: An International Tea

-4008: The Suffering of a Nation

-4009: Ruins Shelter a Communicating Trench

-4010: A True Fellowship

-4011: Senegalese Soldiers in France

-4012: Inland Waterways and War Work

-4013: Preparing War Roads for Peace Times

-4014: A Target for German Guns

-4015: Ruins Where Industry Thrived

-4016: France Honors Her Noble Dead

-4017: The Deserted Village

-4018: The Review before the Battle

4/4 Numbers 4019-4050

-4019: Taking Movies for French Archives

-4020: The Resting Place of German Dead

-4039: Viewing the Austrian Battle Line (2)

-4040: The Noonday Halt (2)

-4041: When Armageddon Broke

-4042: Shipping Controllers of the Allies

-4043: After the Franco-Italian Council

-4044: The Grandeur That Was France

-4045: Reconstructing Regained Roads

-4046: Rebuilding Roads for a New Offensive

-4047: A Halt for Water

-4048: The Engineers Come into Their Own (2)

-4049: The YMCA Follows the Flag

-4050: First Aid in the First Line Trenches (3)

4/5 Numbers 4052-4062

-4052: Combating German Frightfulness 

-4053: Building New Homes in a New Land

-4054: A Kitchen Battery/Feeding Our Army in France (3)

-4056: Our Chefs in Khaki/American Trucks for French Rails (3)

-4057: Germany Can’t Solve This American Puzzle (2)

-4058: An American Gift to France and Liberty

-4059: Victorious in Death

-4061: The Last Services for the First Americans to Die in France (2)

-4062: Taps for the First Three Americans Who Gave Their Blood so Liberty Might Live (2)

4/6 Numbers 4063-4075

-4063: On French Soil at Last

-4064: “Vanguard of the Rainbow Division…” 4065: Bucking the Line in France

-4066: France Sees the Rainbow after the Storm

-4067: He Bled for Democracy (2)

-4070: He Will Lead Our Men to Victory

-4071: Leaders of Our Marines in France

-4072: Staff Officers in Command of an American Trench (3)

-4073: Halting the Gun at the Lorraine Gate -4074: On Democracy’s Battle Front (2)

-4075: Someone Thinks of Me (2)

4/7 Numbers 4076-4085

-4076: Ready to Warn Our Forces of a German Raid (2)

-4077: Watching the Taube Fly By (2)

-4078: American Gunners for French Guns (3)

-4080: American War Time Efficiency on the French Front (2)

-4082: The Receiving Yard of a Supply Depot -4083: America’s Industrial Invasion into France

-4084: Unloading American Locomotives in France (3)

-4085: From Ship to Flat Car

4/8

Numbers 4087-4099

-4087: Our Commissioned Transportation Experts

-4088: Assembling American Locomotives in France

-4089: All Aboard for Victory

-4090: Army Beef for Army Men

-4092: Assembling Motor Trucks in France

-4094: Rushing Supplies to the Fighting Front

-4095: The Wounded Reach the Base Hospital

-4096: The Simple Monuments of the First Three Americans Who Died so Democracy Might Live

-4097: Preparing Barrack Sites

-4098: Their First March on French Soil

-4099: The Staff of Base Hospital

4/9 Numbers 4151-4177

-4151: “Ten ton artillery tractor…”

-4152: “Five ton artillery tractor…”

-4153: “Artillery repair truck…”

-4154: “Equipment repair truck…”

-4155: “View of artillery supply truck…”

-4156: “Two ton ammunition truck…”

-4165: The Marines Return to Camp

-4169: A Sight Seeing Tour Personally Conducted by Uncle Sam          

-4171: The Mess Line

-4173: The First Camp of Our Marines in France

-4174: Foot Inspection

-4177: Visiting Day at the Marine Camp

4/10 Numbers 4181-4189

-4181: Saturday Night in France
-4182: France Guards Our Camps from Enemy Airmen
-4183: The Dirigible Pays the Marines a Visit
-4184: An Allied Family
-4185: The First Pay Day
-4186: The First Pay Day
-4187: The Idol of the Countryside
-4189: Entrained for Camp

4/11 Numbers 4190-4199

-4190: Look Pleasant, Please
-4191: The Band Wagon
-4192: An Enthusiastic Welcome
-4193: Hail to the Conquerors
-4194: The Conquerors from the West Arrive
-+4195: The Greatest Holiday in France
-4196: Garlands of Victory
-4197: “US Marine Corps troops ‘washing up…’”
-4199: Brothers in Arms (2)

4/12 Numbers 4200-4216

-4200: Camp Visitors
-4202: Campward [sic] Bound
-4205: The Home of the Sammies
-4210: Comrades in Arms
-4211: The Clean-up at the Town Pump
-4213: Souvenirs for the Folks Back Home 

-4215: Establishing Telephonic Communications between American Camps in France

-4216: The National Game in France

4/13 Numbers 4217-4230

-4217: Standards of Victory
-4220: The Marine Division Passes in Review
-4222: The Temporary Home of Our Marines in France
-4223: The Poilu Lends a Hand
-4225: The Camouflaged Quarters of the Marines
-4228: The Spiritual Adviser of Our Soldiers of the Sea
-4229: Services behind the Battlefront
-4230: The Straight Line of Khaki-Clad Heroes

4/14 Numbers 4232-4249 

-4232: Fit to Fight

-4233: Trenchward Bound

-4238: The Horizon Blue Serenades the Khaki

-4242: “America” in France

-4243: Watching Fliers Battle in the Skies

-4244: Watching the Approach of the Enemy’s Fliers

-4246: The Taube Serves as a Target

-4247: A Course in Fence Building

-4248: Erecting Barbed Wire Entanglements

-4249: Completing the Barbed Wire Entanglement 

4/15 Numbers 4268-4290

-4268: Leaving the Gas Chamber
-4271: Entering the Gas Chamber
-4277: Braving the Terrors of Poisonous Gas
-4281: Rifle Grenade Practice
-4282: Poilu Gives Sammy a Lesson
-4283: Showing the Sammies How They Do It
-4287: Our Grenade Throwing Instructors
-4288: The First Lesson in Grenade Throwing
-4290: Learning to Empty Teuton Trenches 

4/16 Numbers 4292-4358

-4292: The Long Heave into Enemy Territory
-4297: Throwing Grenades before the Gas Clouds Arrive
-4315: Showing His Prowess to His Instructors
-4319: Getting Acquainted 

-4321: American Marksmen Prove Their Prowess before French Instructors 

-4322: The Marines’ Signal Corps in France

-4324: Our Marine Buglers

-4337: An American Marksman

-4339: French Soldiers Laying out American Trenches

-4346: A One Man Barricade in France

-4347: At the Art of Trench Digging (2)

-4348: The Outpost’s Barricade

-4353: An International Contest

-4356: Turning Work into Play

-4358: Trench Drill

4/17 Numbers 4360-4374

-4360: Making Play out of Work
-4368: Our Marine’s Pass Inspection
-4372: The March to the Front 

-4374: French Towns, in Gala Attire, Await the Arrival of Our Troops

4/18 Numbers 4516-4593 

-4516: A Promise That Will be Fulfilled

-4533: Our Youngest Recruit

-4585: Qualifying as Scouts

-4586: Detecting Enemy’s Movements

-4587: Observing Enemy Territory (2)

-4588: Informing Headquarters of Their Findings

-4592: Recreation in a Logging Camp

-4593: Soldiers of Our Lumberjack Army

4/19 Numbers 4596-4621

-4596: The Donkey Engine Does Its Bit
-4598: US Loggers Preparing for the Day’s Work
-4600: Speeding up Spruce Production (2)
-4602: Reporting to Work at the Saw Mills
-4603: Speeding the Spruce Logs to the Mills
-4610: Telling a Tree’s Age
-4613: Our Busy Foresters
-4616: Leaving the Gas House
-4618: Familiarity Breeds Contempt
-4621: Testing Nerves and Masks

4/20 Numbers 4672-4695

-4672: Interned Alien Enemies
-4674: The Portrait Gallery
-4676: A German Naval Officer Thinking It Over
-4677: Our Enemy Allies Are His Wards 

-4679: Alien Millionaires Head the “Back to the Land” Movement 

-4680: A Time Killing and Money Saving Art (2)

-4681: The Home of Interned German Prisoners

-4682: Whiling Away Time until Peace Comes

-4686: Enemy Alien’s Quarters

-4687: A Champion in Khaki

-4690: Columbian Athlete Dons the Khaki

-4693: Leaves the Pulpit for the Trench -4694: The Leader of New York’s Pride

-4695: The Fighting Parson Dons the Khaki

5/1 Numbers 4697-4719

-4697: The Backwoods Home of Our Engineers

-4698: Travelled Half Way around the World to Fight the Huns

-4699: Wealth Has No Privileges in Our Army

-4700: Light and Sunshine Fill the Surgical Ward

-4701: The General Instructs His Men

-4714: Chateau Camouflage

4716: Son of Former Cabinet Member Now in Khaki

4719: The Engineers Insignia Serves as a Model for the Regimental Chapel

5/2 Number 4835

-4835: The Daily Conference

5/3 Numbers 4984-4995

-4984: “President of the United States…”

-4992: Our Student Aviators Erect Their Own Hangars

-4993: The Propeller’s Powerful Sweep

-4994: They Know No Fear

-4995: The Hangar in the Making

5/4 Numbers 4996-4997

-4996: Erecting a Hydrogen Plant

-4997: The Monarch of the Air Rests

5/5 Numbers 5023-5030

-5023: The Drop from the Clouds

-5024: The Parachute Drop

-5025: The Movie Camera Takes Its Place in War (2)

-5026: Getting the Range for the “Seventy Fives”                 -5028: The Uphill March (3)

-5029: Over the Snow Clad Hills of France

-5030: Learning the Tricks of the “Seventy Fives”

5/6 Numbers 5031-5040

-5031: Awaiting the Gun’s Bark (2)

-5032: Americans Fire French Shell at German Trenches

-5033: Hauling Supplies to American Training Camps in France

-5034: The “Seventy Fives” Roars Its Paeans of Victory

-5035: French Guns Roar on the American Front

-5036: Marching through France -5037: “Boys of the 116th Infantry…”

-5038: Waking His Bunkie (2)

-5039: Ever Busy/The Field Kitchen on the Line of March (3)

-5040: Blizzard Fails to Halt the Supply Wagon

5/7 Numbers 5041-5050

-5041: Hiking through the Snow-Laden Forests of France (2)

-5042: An Army Sandwich

-5043: The First Meal on French Soil

-5044: The Officers Mess in the Snow

-5046: An Interallied Concert

-5049: Great Expectations

-5050: Speeding up the Christmas Mail (2)

5/8 Numbers 5052-5064

-5052: The Pie Line

-5054: French Luxuries for American Troops

-5055: They Will Lead Our Sons to Victory 

-5056: Trudging through French Snows (3) 

-5060: The Mess Line 

-5062: The Wash-up before the Evening Meal 

-5064: The End of a Three Day Hike (2)

5/9 Numbers 5305-5310

-5305: “Browning machine rifle…”
-5306: “Browning machine rifle…” 

-5307: “Browning machine rifle…”
-5309: “Browning machine rifle…”
-5310: “First picture of Browning machine gun…”

-5310: “Black Diamond” Day aboard an American Battleship

5/10 Numbers 5359-5388 

-5359: A Military Highway
-5388: Making Weapons for Uncle Sam’s Warriors

5/11 Numbers 5390-5445 

-5390: “Various steps in the fabrication…”
-5395: “Men inserting projectiles…”
-5396: “Miniature model of a view of the barracks…”
-5405: “A battalion climbing a steep hill…”
-5412: “A field signal battalion receiving…”
-5414: Machine Gun Practice 

-5416: “A field signal battalion laying the wires…”
-5431: “An automatic gun section advancing…”
-5432: “A Lowis gun and crows concealed…”
-5433: “A field signal battalion establishing…”
-5435: “A field signal battalion, wire company…”
-5445: “General view of a brigade…”

5/12 Numbers 5449-5560 

-5449: “A battalion double timing down hill…”
-5463: “Showing pack displayed by its proud owner”
-5499: The Halt for Lunch
-5500: The Dugout in the Artillery Range
-5509: Their Insignia in Miniature
-5529: Multnomah Falls
-5532: The Machine Gun Battalion
-5540: On Guard
-5550: Camouflage
-5555: “Machine gun regiment lined up…”
-5556: Signal Drill
-5560: A Horse Race in Camp

5/13 Numbers 5562-5651 

-5562: The Artillery Range

-5566: A Halt in the Days Drill 

-5567: Artillery Observers 

-5583: “An operating station of the Field Signal Corps” 

-5594: Camouflaging the Three Inch Guns 

-5601: The Hurdler Takes a Fall 

-5603: The Officers’ Hurdle Race 

-5604: Cavalrymen in Khaki View Holiday Sports 

-5629: Operating a Coast Sentinel 

-5651: The Camouflage 

5/14 Numbers 5675-5685 

-5675: No Man’s Land from the Trenches
-5680: Watching Our Troops Pass
-5682: The Camera Man in France
-5685: En Rte to the Front

5/15 Numbers 5687-5699 

-5687: A Ruined Church
-5689: Cleaning Their Guns
-5695: Studying a War Map
-5697: A Bombarded Wine Press
-5698: Sharpening His Bayonet
-5699: Sharpening His Bayonet

5/16 Numbers 5700-5728 

-5700: The American Medical Corps in France 

-5702: Observing Enemy Movements
-5706: Watching Enemy Movements
-5708: Trench Inspection
-5712: American Cannon Trenchward Bound
-5713: The American Field Artillery Leaves for the Front
-5714: Leaving Their Village Home for the Trenches
-5717: The First American Gun Fired in France
-5720: En Rte for the Trenches
-5721: The Halt in Trenchward March
-5722: Filming No Man’s Land
-5723: The Sharpshooter at His Post 

-5724: Snapping the Enemy’s Trenches
-5725: The Cameraman and His Outpost
-5726: The Lookout Post
-5727: Equipped for Battle
-5728: A Lookout Post in an American Trench

5/17 Numbers 5729-5793

-5729: Trench Patrol

5730: Grenading the Enemy’s Trench 5731: Mess

5733: “Americans near the front line…”

5734: A Survivor of the German Occupation Greets Sammy

5741: The General Instructs the Private

-5742: Advice from One Who Knows

-5754: Mail Day in France

-5755: “An American 1 pound gun in action”

-5756: “An American 1 pound gun in action”

-5757: “An American 1 pound gun in action” -5759: “An American 1 pound gun in action”

-5761: “Americans resting…”

-5769: The Water Bucket Brigade

-5774: The Zeppelin Brought down by French Guns

-5775: A Zeppelin Bagged on French Soil

-5777: A Monster Zeppelin Brought to Earth

-5778: Prizes of War

-5781: A Travelling Department Store in France

-5792: German Prisoners at Work

-5793: A German Built Railroad behind American Lines in France

5/18 Numbers 5794-5833

-5794: Teuton Captives Turn Railway Builders
-5795: Telling Regimental News to the World
-5797: America on Guard
-5798: The Depot in a Dugout
-5799: Prepared for a Gas Attack
-5802: No Man’s Land in an American Sector
-5804: A First Aid Station in the Trenches
-5806: “Lowering the body of Private Newton…”
-5807: “The funeral service of Private Newton…”
-5808: “Firing a volley over the grave…”
-5810: Awaiting a Teuton Attack
-5811: “American one pound gun squad…”
-5812: The Turcos Leave for the Front
-5833: Germans Convert Lille Theatre to War Uses

5/19 Numbers 5877-6134

-5877: Paying Tribute to His Country’s Martyrs

-6002: Camouflage Plans

-6005: Camouflaging the Landscape

-6066: American Telephone Operators Who Will be Sent to France

-6073: [barber shaving head]

-6110: Reviewing Our Troops in France

-6116: Examining Their Guns

-6117: Taking up a New Gun Position

-6118: Outposts

-6119: An American Sharpshooter

-6124: The Ruins of Beaumont

-6125: A Dugout Entrance

-6127: The Gas Alarm

-6129: Co. Fk. Parker

-6134: The Poilus Make Way for the Sammies

5/20 Numbers 6138-6168

-6138: Our Motorcyclists in Khaki
-6146: Off for a Trial Flight
-6147: An Aviation Field in France
-6150: Signaling Our Fliers
-6151: Signaling Our Aviators
-6152: Aerial Communication
-6153: Communicating Orders to Our Aviators
-6154: Receiving Wireless Messages from Our Fliers
-6155: A Wireless-Equipped Biplane
-6157: A Leader of Our Men in France
-6161: Two American Officers Now in France
-6163: “Sizing and inspecting shells”
-6164: “Inspecting and weighing caps for 14” shells”
-6168: “Weighing a shell”

5/21 Numbers 6169-6240

-6169: “Handling 14” shell”
-6174: “A bogie load of 14” shells”
-6175: “Threading breech end of a howitzer”
-6176: “Forging 14” shells with a steam hammer”
-6177: “Flat cars loaded with 8” howitzers”
-6178: “Stacking shells”
-6181: “Checking 14” shells ready for shipment”
-6182: “Adjusting base plugs”
-6183: “Removing a hot shell”
-6184: “Capping a 14” shell”
-6185: “Two 8” howitzers ready for action”
-6186: “Eight inch tubes ready for machining”
-6187: “Eight inch gun hanging in mid-air”
-6188: “Grinding a shell”
-6229: Teaching Our Future Aviators
-6230: Magneto Instruction
-6240: Machine Gun Maneuvers 

5/22 Numbers 6248-6291

-6248: [wrestling]

-6250: Aviators Learn Boxing

-6272: A Destroyer in Its Infancy

-6280: An Armored Car in the Making

-6282: Constructing an Armored Car

-6284: “Construction work on the deck…”

-6285: “View of interior of hull…”

-6286: “View of deck construction…”

-6287: “A view showing Uncle Sam’s latest…” (2)

-6289: An Armored Car Interior

-6291: “The bow of the largest concrete vessel…”

5/23 Numbers 6298-6334

-6298: The Locomotive Is Assembled
-6300: US Locomotive Assembling Yards in France
-6302: Assembling American Locomotives in France
-6303: Assembling Locomotives
-6307: The Motor Assembling Parkway
-6308: An American Motor Assembly Depot in France
-6309: Our National Game in France
-6311: The Tug of War
-6313: A Close Play
-6315: A Boxing Match in France
-6320: Ambulances Ready to Leave
-6327: Mail Day
-6322: Wash Day in France
-6324: Leaving a Communication Trench
-6326: “Divisional Field Exchange for lines…”
-6327: Inspecting Communication Wires
-6332: Military Judges of an Interallied Contest
-6333: Donning Gas Masks
-6334: Through a Barbed Wire Entanglement

5/24 Numbers 6341-6365

-6341: Bread for Fighters
-6342: Americans Emptying French Freight Cars
-6343: Quartermasters Depot
-6347: Practicing with the One Pounder
-6352: The Explosion of a Hand Grenade
-6353: Throwing Hand Grenades
-6355: “Division, entering his side car…”
-6356: A Consultation over Hand Grenades
-6357: Headquarters of the Quartermaster Corps
-6358: Headquarters of Our Quartermasters Corps
-6365: Hauling Guns to an American Camp

5/25 Numbers 6367-6399

-6367: A French Gun Built for Americans

-6370: French Guns for Americans

-6372: The First Gun Built by France for the American Army in France

-6377: An American Army Staff in France

-6380: Trench Mortar Battery Leaves for the Front

-6383: Target Practice

-6384: Sawing Wood for the Camp Kitchen

-6385: Testing a Military Bridge

-6386: Loading Supplies for the Front

-6387: The Bridge Test

-6389: On the Way to the Front

-6391: The Engineers Leave for the Front

-6392: On the Way to the Front

-6395: Condemned Clothing

-6396: Loading Horses for the Front

-6399: Moving Their Headquarters Nearer the Fighting Line

5/26 Numbers 6400-6428

-6400: A Quartermasters’ Depot
-6401: An American Mascot in France
-6404: Swabbing the Mortar
-6409: Trench Mortar Drill
-6410: Ready to Fire
-6411: A Trench Mortar
-6412: A Trench Mortar Battery
-6414: Recreation Hour
-6420: Bayonet Drill
-6421: The Regiment Marches through a French Village
-6422: Marching through a French Village
-6423: The Band Leads the Marchers
-6424: The Battalion Review
-6428: Grenade Practice

6/1 Number 6556

-6556: A Successful Landing

6/2 Numbers 6558-6590

-6558: The Attack upon the Front

-6560: Cheering Our Fliers

-6561: The Hydroaeroplane Flight during a Sham Battle

-6562: Guarding Our Shores during Army Maneuvers

-6563: The Hydroaeroplane Plays a Part in Mimic Warfare

-6564: Cheers of Victory

-6566: Wading Ashore to Attack

-6570: The Hydroaeroplane Participates in a Sham Battle

-6571: “Aeroplane flying over the beach…”
-6577: Our Secretary of State Reviews the 28th Division

-6582: The Stars and Stripes Pass By

-6588: The Blint [sic] Takes a Practice Flight

-6589: The Dirigible Heads Cloudwards

-6590: The Sunset Gun

6/3 Numbers 6591-6625

-6591: A 12 Inch Gun that Guards Our Shores

-6593: “Signaling from the deck…” (2)

-6595: “Side view of an American submarine”

-6600: “Signaling from an American submarine”

-6603: “Two submarines trimming down…”

-6604: “Two submarines trimming down…”

-6607: “Partly submerged submarine...”

-6608: “Submarine partly submerged…”

-6610: Reinforcements Arriving under Gunfire

-6611: The Reinforcements Arrive                

-6613: The Skirmish Line             

-6615: “Skirmish line on beach…”

-6617: Carrying off the Wounded

-6620: A Successful Landing

-6625: Sighting and Cleaning Guns

6/4 Numbers 6626-6680

-6626: Cuban Gunners (2)

-6629: Watching the Results of the Gunfire

-6633: “Scene at an aviation station…”

-6635: “A scene at an aviation station…”

-6640: “Cuban company passing in review…”

-6642: “Cuban troops in training…”

-6643: “Result of 3” shell fired…”                

-6648: Cuban Company Drilling

-6650: “Calisthenics by a Cuban company”

-6652: Group Photograph of a Cuban Company                   

-6668: A View from the Heavens

-6669: Photographing Five Planes from a Sixth

-6670: Snapping Our Flying Planes

-6676: Our Flying Naval Aviators

-6679: Planes Flying in Formation

-6680: Our Hydroaeroplanes in Flight

6/5 Numbers 6722-6777

-6722: American Supplier at a French Port

-6739: “The mother ship of submarines…”             

-6743: An Army Baseball Team              -

-6745: “The mother ship of submarines…”

-6750: Firing Twelve Inch Guns

-6752: Twelve Inch Mortars in Action

-6755: [handshake]

-6758: Thomas Edison at Work

-6763: The Electrical Wizard

-6772: “Review of artillery section of Camp Hancock”

-6776: “Secretary Lansing, Secretary of State…”

-6777: “Review of troops at Camp Hancock”

6/6 Numbers 6868-6878

-6868: Naval Club

-6869: United States Destroyer

-6872: United States Destroyer

-6873: Naval Club

-6875: Naval Club

-6878: [cannons firing on ship]

6/7 Numbers 6939-6994

-6939: American Infantry En Route to the Front Lines (2)

-6941: Sammies Become Fast Accustomed to Hard School of Warfare

-6954: “A damaged building in Paris…”

-6972: The “War Council” of the Navy Department

-6973: Hon. Franklin D. Roosevelt

-6974: Rear Admiral Robert S. Griffin

-6975: Rear Admiral Leigh C. Palmer

-6976: Rear Admiral Charles W. Parks

-6978: Rear Admiral David W. Taylor

-6980: Rear Admiral Ralph Earle

-6981: Admiral William G. Benson

-6982: Rear Admiral Samuel McGowan

-6983: Capt. WC Watts

-6993: German Propaganda

-6994: German Propaganda

6/8 Numbers 7036-7081

-7036: Gas Training at Camp Kearney

-7078: United States Marines

-7080: United States Marines

-7081: Marines Training (2)

6/9 Numbers 7082-7293

-7082: The War Conference Board

-7114: [two men walking, men in straight line]

-7143: [posed ship’s crew]

-7147: [train with “USA” on side]

-7212/7213: Hun Kultur in Italy/Destruction Caused by Bombardment of Open Town of Padua

-7234: “A deck scene on the German raider Alexander…”

-7235: “The German raider Alexander…”

-7236: “German prisoners on board…”

-7237: “German raider, Alexander…” -7240: “The three German prisoners…”

-7290: “Hospital Army nurses receiving…”

-7293: Nurses Receive Gas Instruction

6/10 Numbers 7334-7526

-7334: [railroad car with “USA” print]
-7396: “The ‘House That Jack Built’…”
-7425: “First pictures of the German Gothas…”
-7443: Maneuvers in California
-7491: The USS Cyclops, Navy Collier
-7511: “An old chateau…”
-7516: “American sentries on duty…”
-7517: “A river in a beautiful valley…”
-7518: “Machine gun squad getting into action…”
-7519: “Machine gun squad concealed…”
-7520: “A hand grenade…”
-7523: “Americans directing machine gun fire…”
-7526: “Infantry officers receiving instructions…”

6/11 Numbers 7529-7555

-7529: A YMCA Hut at France
-7532: “Stokes mortar used by Americans…”
-7534: “American infantrymen lined up…”
-7536: “A ‘pill box’ of reinforced concrete…”
-7538: “Americans buying knick-knacks…”
-7540: “Americans entering a biplane…”
-7544: “US Army transport truck ditched…”
-7546: “An American officer coming from his dugout…”
-7548: “Engineers constructing a camp…”
-7550: “Officers entering front lines trenches…”
-7555: “Captain de Marenches…”

6/12 Numbers 7582-7628

-7582: [getting water]
-7603: “Sergeant John Letzing talking…”
-7604: “An American soldier and his German prisoner…”
-7607: “One of the first German prisoners…”
-7621: “German officers and soldiers captured…”
-7623: “Group of American soldiers looking over…”
-7624: “German prisoners captured by Americans…”
-7626: “Youthful Germans captured…”
-7627: “Group of surly looking prisoners…”
-7628: “American and French officers questioning…”

6/13 Numbers 7643-7799 

-7643: [soldiers at Fifth Avenue and Broadway]

-7702: “Passing ammunition to battery…”

-7705: [soldier looking down into hole]

-7716: [two soldiers looking down at ammunition shell]

-7718: “Showing spot where Stokes Trench Mortar…”

-7733: Fought Green Patrol Twice the Number

-7737: [standing in a makeshift church]

-7755: “Poilus name dugout in honor…”

-7768: [four men walking beside line of soldiers]

-7771: “Secretary Baker, General Pershing…”

-7778: “Secretary Baker and General Pershing…”

-7786: “The crowd cheering for Secretary Baker…”

-7790: “School children interested and enthusiastic…”

-7792: “Secretary Baker, General Pershing…”

-7799: “Secretary Baker, General Pershing…”

6/14 Numbers 7807-7847

-7807: “General Pershing directs Secretary Baker’s…”
-7808: “Secretary Baker and General Pershing…”
-7809: “Secretary Baker and General Pershing…”
-7812: “It was a strenuous trip…”
-7813: “Secretary Baker and General Pershing…”
-7814: “Secretary Baker examining…”
-7816: “Secretary Baker, General Pershing…”
-7821: “Secretary Baker chats…”
-7826: “An American officer conducting…”
-7828: “Secretary Baker, General Pershing…”
-7831: “Planes aground and in the air…”
-7834: “Secretary Baker, General Pershing…”
-7838: “Secretary Baker and Major General…”
-7842: “Secretary Baker and General Pershing…”
-7847: Machine Gun Battery at Camp Kearney

6/15 Numbers 8309-8379

-8309: The “Oldest Man in the Navy” and His Grandson
-8334: “Interior of a dugout…”
-8341: A Safe Refuge on the French Front
-8363: [soldiers crouching and walking]
-8364: “French infantry and Americans on raiding…”
-8379: Installing Telephone Lines

6/16 Numbers 8380-8458

-8380: [soldiers in a radio room]

-8386: [soldiers on the side of the road]

-8405: Sammies Play Cards during Lull in Battle (2)

-8445: Telephone Girls for the Front

-8446: “An American officer directing…”

-8447: “Major Frederick Palmer…”

-8448: “Secretary Baker visiting a dugout…”

-8449: “Secretary Baker greeting the officers…”

-8450: “Secretary Baker exchanged greetings…”

-8451: “Secretary Baker looking over…”

-8452: “Secretary Baker, General Pershing…”

-8453: “Secretary Baker and an American soldier…”

-8454: “Stars and Stripes waving over the heads…”

-8455: “Ammunition wagons passing in review…”

-8456: “American rifles used by the American troops…”

-8457: “Secretary Baker and General Pershing…”

-8458: “Secretary Baker watching the arrival…”

6/17 Numbers 8521-8597

-8521: Smiles and Music in Base Hospital
-8530: Aft Deck Scene on Board US Army Transport
-8558: [aerial map with coordinates]
-8559: Machine Gunner on Caproni Plane
-8597: US Engineers Build British Tank

6/18 Numbers 8635-9240

-8635: Getting Their Gas Masks

-8641: Fanning out the Gas (2)

-8667: First Photos of American Troops in Picardy 

-8674: More Ships and Victory

-8688: This Spot Hides a Gun

-8690: A Kaiser’s Telescope to Be Used to Spot Uboats (2)

-8691: “Silver plate on rosewood case…”

-8692: Some of the 20,000 Glasses Sent to the Navy

-8723: [solder eating]

-8790: Americans Take Cantigny by Storm in Sudden Attack           

-8819: King George Reviews American Troops at Buckingham Palace

-8834: Historical Scene Enacted at Wellington Barracks When King George Reviews American Troops (2)

-8877: American Troops Laid in France under Protecting Guns of Our Warships

-9058: Loyal Red Guards Still Fight Bolshevik Forces

-9059: USS Brooklyn in the Harbor of Vladvostok

-9195: Master Musician Gives His Services 

-9218: Sammy at Lunch

-9236: Inspects USS Tender

-9238: “Survivors from a torpedoed ship”

-9239: “Graves of Lusitania victims”

-9240: “Survivors from a ship sunk by U-boat…”

6/19 Numbers 9219-10857

-9219: “Munitions” for “Sammy”
-9241: “Rescuing survivors of a torpedoed ship”

-9551: French Do Remarkable Work in Repair of 75’s on West Front

-9554: Rushing 280 Guns to the French Forces at Front

-9829: Machine Guns Ready for Shipment

-9832: Marines Training

-9836: Machine Gun

-9833: Machine Gun

-10055: “American engineers mixing camouflage paint…”

-10057: “French peasants cutting raffia grass…”

-10089: [people with dollies loading into truck]

-10429: “Red Cross workers distributing refreshments…” (3)

-10445: Salvation Army Workers in France

-10453: Children Bid God Speed to Our Boys on Way to Front

-10454: [children waving on side of the road]

-10857: The Destroyer on the Ways 

6/20 Numbers 10862-11370

-10862: Disembarking at a French Port

-10902: “Military police of Paris…”

-10908: “An American officer addressing officers…”

-10921: “A field battalion entraining…” (3)

-10922: A Jolly Starting

-10926: Moving on to the Front

-10930: Camouflage Burlap Ready to Be Shipped to the Front (2)

-11041: New Tractor for Hauling Field Artillery a Success -11068: Aviation

-11251: [black smoke over water]

-11252: [boat in water]

-11273: American Reserves Bringing up Artillery in France

-11315: Righting an Upset Plane Which Came down on Its Back

-11338: [soldiers standing on the sidewalk in front of a door]

-11347: “Dining car chefs…”

-11351: “An Army surgeon examining wounded…”

-11354: “An American convalescent soldier…”

-11364: Shell Shelters

-11370: Everyone Hustles When the Gas Alarm is Sounded

6/21 Numbers 11374-12466

-11394: [two soldiers and two donkeys]

-11398: Sanitation a Keynote to Our Success Abroad

-11401: “Repair of clothing section…”

-11438: Americans Capture Trophies in Raid on German Lines (2)

-11533: Aviation

-11754: Stock Farming Aboard a United States Battleship

-11853: Tractors

-11978: Firing a Barrage

-12260: [pigeon]

-12261: Carrier Pigeons with the American Forces in France

-12345: Pigeon Service

-12442: Ammunition

-12445: Ammunition

-12446: Peaceful Scene Near Battle Front

6/22 Numbers 12450-13246

-12450: First Flight of Liberty Plane in France (2)
-12481: YMCA Work in France
-12484: A Protector of Our Aircraft
-12522: “Men at Fort Sill…”
-12529: “American soldiers have proven themselves…”
-12957: Training the Boys in the Use of the Browning Gun
-13048: A Sea Pirate That Will Do No More Damage (2)
-13246: Memorials

6/23 Numbers 13248-14917

-13248: Field Hospital
-13269: Vessels of Our American Navy
-13384: “2nd Lt. Henry F. Kelly…”
-13438: Nurses of Hospital United enroute to Headquarters
-13520: Our Boys with Their Nearly Adopted Youngsters
-13528: With Our Fleet on the High Seas
-13669: Cavalry
-13857: “Here Comes the Bride”
-14201: “Pvt. K. Pierce, headquarters troops…”
-14251: Red Cross on the Battlefield
-14252: After the Bombardment
-14253: “Kultured”
-14674: Militants All
-14903: In the Eagle Hut in London
-14917: In a German Military Laundry 

6/24 Numbers 16487-16912

-16487: Detachment of the Famous Italian Alpines

-16581: British Dummy Dreadnaughts Fool the Huns

-16707: Training Women for Farm Bailiffs

-16912: German Prisoners assist in Farming

6/25 Numbers 17739-33831

-17739: On a British Transport

-17760: Famous Casino in Paris Now Club for American Soldiers

-18118: Shell Effect of Italia in Heavy Artillery

-18427: The Play Their National Game for French and British

-18444: How the British Navy Harassed Zeebrugge

-22701: Passing Their Time after the Signing of the Armistice

-22808: What the “Lassies” Are Now Doing for Our Boys

-24852: American Soldiers Replace Image of Christ That They Find Shot Down

-33831: Smith College Girls in France Take Joy Ride on Tanks

6/26 Numbers 62108-94244

-62108: Salvation Army Girl Bakes Pies for Boys in Trenches (2)

-70031: “The demand of rosin…”

-72266: In Spectacular Drill, US Marines at Mare Island Form Giant Eagle

-72340: Launching the Largest Wooden Steamer Ever

Constructed in America

-75140: “Washing clothes in a hole cut in the ice…”

-75858: A Boomer for Liberty Bonds

-76487: American Engineers Build Bridge in Record Time

-76738: Survivors of Texel Land at Atlantic City

-78219: Women Police Reserves Would Protect New York

-94244: “Red Sunday” in Vienna

7/1 American Press Association Photographs

-First Day in Camp for the National Army

-National Guardsmen Prepare to go to Mobilization Camp

-No Stumps Stump Our Soldiers

-Busy Scene in Training Cantonment

-Sixty Ninth Preparing for Departure

-First Day in Camp for the National Army

-American Destroyers in British Waters

-Jackies Now Ready for Active Service

-National Guards Prepares for Camp

-American Troops in England

-Government’s Great Aviation Field at North Island

-Government’s Great Aviation Field at North Island

7/2 Associated Press Photographs

-New Britain’s War Memorial

-Working on Canadian War Memorial

-Lafayette Escadrille Memorial Inaugurated

-A Kansas War Memorial

7/3 AW Sanders Co. Photograph

-[3rd Liberty Loan booth]

7/4 Bain News Service Photographs

-Oise Canal

-American Field Hospital, Auteuil

7/5 British Official Photographs (1)

-Refugees Getting away from the Fighting Area

-“Germans taken prisoner by the British…”

-Humane Treatment Accorded Wounded Hun

-French Refugees Seek Safety during German Drive

-“A British artillery officer…”

-Inspecting Fuses

-British Bury Richthofen Premier German Ace with Full Military Honors

-British Blow up Their Ammunition Bases to Keep Them from Falling into the Hands of the Enemy (2)

-Reinforcements to Hold the Huns

-British Wounded Passing thru Trench Lines during German Drive

-British Hold Street in Bailleul until Forced to Give Way before Overwhelming Odds

-“Queen Mary inspects British planes…”

-WAACS Earn Praise for Their Work during German Drive

-British Women at the Front Gassed by Germans

-Renovating Facial Injuries

-Motor Trucks Being Salvaged in France

-Clearing up the Mines off the Belgian and French Coasts

-Huge Nets Operated by Drifters to Snare U-Boats

-A Daylight Reconnaissance

-The Chaplain Delivers His Sunday Morning Sermon from an Aeroplane

-“American, English, Canadian, New Zealander…”

7/6 British Official Photographs (2)

-These British Tommies Well “Tanked” Up

-British Flier Get Their Training at Historic Oxford

-British Artillery on March through Palestine

-Moving Guns over Muddy Shell-Holed Western Front Difficult Task

-German Shell Misses British Battery (2)

-Latest Photograph of German Air Raid on London

-Bucking a Rough Sea

-Boche Plane Somersaults into British Lines in Italy

-Calling the Roll in a Chinese Labor Camp in France

-A Token of the Boys’ Admiration of Admiral Sims

7/7 British Official Photographs (3)

-Building a Railroad across the Swamps of Flanders

-The Pistol Camera

-Sacrilege to the Dogs of War

-British Airman Circling around Enemy Observation

Balloon before Bringing It Down (2)

-British “Angels of Mercy” Tend Wounded under Fire

-German Shell Misses British Battery (2)

-Home-Like for Line of Dug-Outs in Front Line (2)

7/8 British Official Photographs (4)

-Bucking a Rough Sea

-A Large Bundle

-Big German Naval Gun Captured by Tank

-Waiting Their Turn to Speak to the Boche

-Wounded Soldiers Receive Tender Care as They Are Moved to the Rear

-British Transport Autos Travelling around Big Mine Crater on Way to Front

-Unprecedented Snowfall in France Causes Transportation Difficulties

-Tommies Live in Dug-Out Built on No Man’s Land

-How We Get Aerial Photographs

7/9 Brown Bros. Photographs

-A Line of Belgian Refugees

-Belgian Refugees

-Civil Guard at Brussels Giving up Their Arms

-German Soldiers Entering Brussels

-Ruins of Herve

7/10 Canadian Official Photographs (1)

-“Nicht Versteh!”

-German Soldiers Taken near Cambrai

-The Infantry Watching Their Brothers in Arms Who Ride

-Old People of a French Town Turn out to Cheer Passing

Victorious Troops

-Canadian Hospital Shelled

-A Canadian “Bull-Dog” in His Kennel

-A Canadian Rest Camp

-A Bird’s Eye View

-Before the Battle

-Emergency Telephone Post

-Pills of Peppering the Kaiser

-When a Man’s His Own Barber on the Front

-Dummy Tank as Camouflage

-A Tank’s Prisoners

-Ready for the Ascent

-Preparing a Kite Balloon

-German Officers Designating Location of Mines in

Accordance with Terms of Armistice

-A Bark with a Bite

-Shells for Our Heavies

-Ammunition Loading Point

-On a Tour of War Work Inspection

-The Occupation of Mons

7/11 Canadian Official Photographs (2)

-Hoisting Shells

-British Offensive on the West Front

-Soldiers Tell of Experiences in Leisure Moments

-The Home Paper

-Chevronned Armored Car

-Canadian Troops on West Front

-Monument to Fallen Canadians

-Canadian Ingenuity

-Canada’s Black Troops

-The Road Makers

-Obstacle Race behind the Lines

-Riding in from the Support Lines

-A Bathtub on the Front

-Canadian Ammunition Dump

-A Lighter Side of War

-Kiltie and the Bantams

-British Offensive on West Front

-A Lucky Trooper

-Advancing the Guns

-“Prince Arthur of Connaught…”

-A Rest Camp

-Canadian Mascots

-After the Drive on the Somme

-Canadian Dump

-Making Ready to Go Up

-Back to Camp for a Rest

7/12 Central News Photo Service Photographs (1)

-Hunting the Hun on a Recaptured Trench

-A Proof That the Germans Quit Suddenly

-“Still in the Ring”

-A Most Interesting Part of the Big Italian Drive

-On Their Way to Ostend

-Peace City in the City of Cambrai

-Back on the Job Again

-A Camel Foal, Born under the British Flag, with an Officer

-Coffer Boxes on a British Battleship

-British Man-Bird Leaves His Nest

-When the Boys Return from the Front

-British Prisoners Arrive at Hull

-Greeting Friends and Sweethearts on Return

-Their Majesties Drive through South London

-Now They March in “Civies” before King

-With Our Victorious Troops in the West

-In the British Sector on the West Front

-Famous Anzacs Reviewed by King George

-Prince of Wales Presents Colors to Famous Regt.

-American Labor Leaders Witness One of War’s Miracles

-“Ready for the Attack”

-The Periscope on the Battlefield

-A Christmas Fairy Giving Presents to Heroes

-Leaving for Russia to Replace Returning American Forces

-The Tank in a New Role

-Enroute for Picardy

-The Modern “Milk Man

7/13 Central News Photo Service Photographs (2)

-Aboard a United States Transport Passing through the Danger Zone

-Mimic Warfare Furnishes Thrills at Red Cross Benefit (also in 7/17)

-Enemy Dispatch Dog Caught in American Entanglements

-[boxer and man holding rifle]

-The “Human Tree Trunk”

-Detail from Seventh Joins “Fighting Sixty-Ninth”

-“Spirt of ‘76” is Spirit of New York’s Independence Day Loyalty Parade

-One Hundred Thousand in Loyalty Parade on Independence Day

-Holding the Ramparts

-Unveiling of the Angelus Siren at Washington DC

-Rescue of Three Thousand Soldiers aboard Grounded US Transport

-Famous German Club Now Red Cross Hospital

-Oh, Boys! Liberty!

-Bidding Good-by to Our Boys in Alsaceolo Raine

-An Everyday Scene in the “Salvation Hut”

-Society Women Aiding Rescues at Stranded Ship Scene

7/14 Central News Photo Service Photographs (3)

-General Diaz’ Great Reception in Rome

-Prepared for Hun Air Raiders

-To Quench the Thirst of the Italian Army

-Italian Heavy Guns Battering the Austrians along the Piave

-A New Method Used to Launch Seaplanes

-Members of the QMAAC at the Front

-The Victors Return Home

-Back to the Ways of Peace

-[crowd near statue of horse and rider]

-Anzacs Day at the Beach

-Gathering Flax for Aeroplane Wings

-A Tandem Bicycle as an Electricity Generator

-“Fun” 5,000 Feet in the Air

-A Dangerous Task by One of Our Cavalrymen

-Striking the Colors

-The Allied Forces in Vladivostok

-Watching the Liveration [sic] of His Country

-Succession Crowning Serbian Efforts

-Uncle Sam’s War Record Photographers

7/15 Central News Photo Service Photographs (4)

-Keeping Up Sammy’s Spirits

-Another National Pastime

-Main Street

-Training Dogs of War at Camp Dix

-“Re-Inforcements [sic] Have Arrived!”

-On the “Front Line” in New York

-American Tank in “No Man’s Land”

-Uncle Sam’s Wagon Transports

-“Watering Stock” at Yaphank

-French “Blue Devils” Enjoy Seeing Fritz Caged on American Soil

-Roses Shower Belgians as They Parade in New York

-British Tank Meets Mishap at Camp Dix

-Palestine Crusaders and Their Trainer

-[group of men entering gate]

-Making Hash for Boys over There

-Making Hash for Boys over There

-Women of Vinings, Georgia, “Doing Their Bit”

-On an American Man-of-War

-Naval Militiamen Building Their Own Training Quarters

-Who Doesn’t Like Chicken?

-“Black Diamond” Day aboard an American Battleship

-Naval Militiamen Building Their Own Training Quarters

-War News Causes Rush to Get into US Marines

7/16 Central News Photo Service Photographs (5)

-New Greyhounds of the Deep

-Speeding up Spruce for Aeroplanes

-Another Wolf Accounted For

-Birthday of Flag Honored throughout Country

-A War Chest

-Society Misses Working for Red Cross at Garden Fete

-President Wilson Marches in New York’s Red Cross Pageant

-New York Greets Pershing’s Veterans Here for Liberty Loan Drive

-New York Greets Liberty Ball

-First Photograph of Results of TNT Explosion at Oakdale, PA

7/17 Central News Photo Service Photographs (6)

-Women Radio Expert Teaching Class of Draft Eligibles

-Mimic Warfare Furnishes Thrills at Red Cross Lawn Fete (also in 7/13)

-Gas Mask Drill at American Cantonment

-Trench Cleaners

-Machine Gun Class at Yaphank

-Operating a Coast Sentinel

-Helping American War Heroes

-Real War Labor

-Women Sharpshooters Best Marines in Match at New York Police Headquarters

-Women Camoufleuers Training to Aid the Cause

-Women Invade Shoe Industry

-Making the Tools of Victory

-Paying Respects to Their Heroes

-The Flight from Egypt

-Old Glory in Ireland

-Wounded Tommies Amuse Themselves while

Convalescing

-British Outpost Return at Dusk from Its Days Duty

-First Photo of Arrest of Sinn Fein Leaders in Ireland

7/18

Central News Photo Service Photographs (7)

-Kindling Wood!

-Another War Heroine

-The Courier and His Messengers

-Another “Wireless Station” That Keeps Tommy in Touch with “Blighty”

-Shipyard Workers Break up Sinn Fein Demonstration in Dublin

-An “International” Boundary Line

-The “British Lion,” the Title Given to New Big Guns for the West Front

-[two men in the back of a car]

-Fighting Old Sol in Mesopotamia

-In Mesopotamia

-Keeping Cool

-“Food” for the Sea Wolf

-How the British Navy’s New Smoke Screens Are Raised

-Wreck of the “War Spite”

-British Woman War Workers on the Eastern Front

-The Young Prospector

-Canada Honors Her Martyrs

7/19 Central News Photo Service Photographs (8)

-“Rangers of the Norther” Will Fight on Freedom’s Battle Line

-Women Veterinarians Staff London Horse Hospital

-British Amazons at the Front

-“Americans participate in enormous celebration…”

-The “Landscape Painter”

-Fighting Fire When Not Firing on West French Front

-An Unusual Scene in the Camp Kitchen of Our Colonial Allies

-A Tank Charge

-Preparing “Air Pills” for the “Kaiser”

-Bombing Enemy Positions from the Air

-A New “French Archie” about to Bring a “Hun Bird” to Earth

-A Little Token for Fritz Ready for Sending

-Tank Reaches Faraway China

-British Jackies Skating in Russia

-Royalty Adopts New Mascot for Motor Cars

-British Women Forestry Corps at Work

-A Belgian Observation Post

-Landing Navy Hydroaeroplane after Flight

-Tranquility

-Great Work of American Red Cross in Italy

-Italy’s Progress in Aviation

-Heavy Fighting on Piove River

-Americans Helping War Sufferers of Italy

7/20 Central News Photo Service Photographs (9)

-Fighting the “Eagle”

-The Hero of San Gabrielle Honored by France

-Protecting Padua’s Art from the Hun

-Women of Italy Building Defenses for Their Homes

-Italians on the Paive Awaiting Gas Attack

-Americans Helping War Sufferers of Italy

-Shells Photographed in Flight

-Review of Ukraine Troops in Kiev

-On the Road to Trieste

-Italy Gains Peak of San Gabrielle at Great Cost

-The New Chancellor and the Reichstag

-Bringing up a Heavy Dose for Fritz

-French Reserves Now Battling the Huns

-Italian Line of Defense along the Paive

-Holding the Hun on the Piave

-Fighting Aircraft from Pontoons

7/21 Central News Photo Service Photographs (10)

-Cooperating with the Navy in Aerial Navigation

-One Million Pounds of “Turk” for the Boys in Service

-Resting after Patrol Duty

-Nothing to Do but Help in the Gardening

-Eliminating the Camouflage

-Permanent Tank Center

-American Soldiers and Sailors Honor Charles Dickens

-Helping American War Heroes

-American Red Cross in Italy

-Firing Barbed Wire Entanglements by Mortar

-American Troops Parade in Canada

-Signaling for Our Birds to Return Home

-American Jackies Visit Pompeii

-[pulling a boat unto shore]

-American Dirigible Makes Long Flight

-Taking Wounded “Doughboys” for a Jaunt in London

-American Troops at Buckingham Palace

-Lassies Who Made Doughnuts for Trench Boys

-Chicago Packers Give War Gardens to Farmerettes

-Georgetown Univ. Honors Dead

-A New Field Dental Office

-Racing Again Takes Hold in England

7/22 Central News Photo Service Photographs (11)

-The Modern “Calvary”

-“Jackie” Collects for “New Footing”

-Opening of the “Bird Cage” Tea Room in New York

-The German Republic

-“Nothing but the Fourteen Points”

-Peace Demonstration in Leipsic

-A Most Unique Incident

-[group of men on ship]

-Famous French Band Plays for Ship Workers

-The General French Staff in Conference

-Polish Troops Continue Advance on Berlin

-Removing the Barricades in the City of Paris

-Poilus’ Helmets Now Camouflaged

-Paris Honors Polish Troops

-Business Carried on During Peace Alterations

8/1 French Pictorial Service Photographs (1)

-Oise District, “Hundreds of such cannons…”

-Villers Cotterets, Battle of Aisne, “Large number…”

-Villers Cotterets, Battle of Aisne, “President Poincare…”

-Mailly Raineval, “Photo shows ruins of the church”

-Marne, “Photo shows destroyed bridge”

-Aubvillers, “Photo shows a corner of the village…”

-Aubvillers, “Photo shows the ruins…”

-Aubvillers, “Photo shows the ruins near the church…”

-Somme, “Ruins of the church of Breviere”

-Aisne, Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows a calise…”

-Aisne, Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows it after…”

-Clermont en Argonne, “Photo shows the ruins…”

-Aisne, Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows the President…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows a house on Chanys…”

-Sany, “In the cemetery”

-Sainvillers, “Photo shows the ruins…”

-Marne Battle, “German prisoners doing agricultural work”

-Epernay, Marne, “Photo shows German prisoners…”

-Aisne, “Photo shows the German prisoners escorted…”

-Marne, “Photo shows a sort of traveling army kitchen…”

-Epernay, Marne, “Photo shows German prisoners…”

-Somme, “Photo shows German prisoners resting…”

-Somme, “Photo shows German prisoners on their way…”

8/2 French Pictorial Service Photographs (2)

-“Captured German guns loaded on trains…”

-“Reserve of troops after the battle of Altipiano…”

-Belgium, “Rest time during the offensive…”

-“The Battle on the Aisne captured German machine…”

-Meuse, “Tractor’s exercises…”

-Somme, “Sengalese fetching their dinner”

-Near Chamdun, “Senegalais Tirailleurs resting…”

-Near Chamdun, “Senegalais Tirailleurs resting…”

-Near Chamdun, “Senegalais Tirailleurs resting…”

-“At the Jardin Colonial where the French army’s…”

-Pont-a-Mousson, “Reverend MacFarland…”

-Aisne, “Photo shows French soldiers gathering…”

-Meuse, “Photo shows a Franco-American…”

-Meuse, “Photo shows a cantine among the ruins”

-Aisne, Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows Mr. Lecointre…”

-Marne, “Photo shows a 155 MM cannon gun in action”

-Oise, “French using caterpillar tractors…”

-Aisne front, “Famous French Filloux gun…”

-Senlis, “Tomb of Suger”

-Soissons Cathedral, “The famous vase…”

-Marne, “German depot of burned ammunition”

-Marne Battle, “During the terrific bombardment…”

-Marne, “How Marne battle was fought”

-“After German retreat from Chateau Thierry…”

8/3 French Pictorial Service Photographs (3)

-“A quite different light weight cannon…”

-Oise, “How German exploded their guns…”

-Oise, “Germans while retreating blew up the barrel…”

-Oise, “Captured heavy German cannon…”

-Somme, “Material captured at Mailly Raineval”

-Oise, “Photo shows the small cannons…”

-“380 German howitzer”

-Oise, “150 mm German cannon…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Germans had collected bedding…”

-Marne, “How the German are burning then hasty…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows the carpenters…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows Mr. Lebrun…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows the group…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows the French officers…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows the distribution…”

-Marne, “Distribution of decorations…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows women and children…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows a group…”

-Italy, “General Graziani commander…”

-“The bridge over the Marne which was blown up…”

-“The bridge over the Marne which was blown up…”

-Clermont en Argonne, “Photo shows the ruins…”

-Clermont en Argonne, “Photo shows the view…”

-Mailly Raneval, “Photo shows the ruins of the church”

8/4 French Pictorial Service Photographs (4)

-Mailly Raineval, “Photo shows some houses…”

-Mailly Raineval, “Photo shows the village after…”

-Mailly Raineval, “Systematic destruction of trench…”

-Mailly Raineval, “The village retaken is still…”

-Mailly Raineval, “Systematic destruction of trench…”

-Sainvillers Mongival, “Photo shows the town…”

-Sainvillers Mongival, “Photo shows the ruins after…”

-Soissons, “During the second occupation…”

-Thory, “Photo shows the ruins of the church”

-Thory, “Photo shows that road that lead to the church…”

-“American Red Cross hospital”; in French

-Meuse, route to Verdun; in French

-Aisne, “Photo shows some French soldiers cleaning…”

-“Revue of the troops after the battle…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows Pres. Poincare…”

-Chateau Thierry, “Photo shows Pres. Poincare…”

-Marne, “Photo shows French baby tank…”

-Aisne, “Transporting French tanks…”

-Aisne, “France baby tanks…”

-Aisne, “German artillery caisson…”

-“At Chateau Thierry…”

-Soissons, “A newly arranged commander…”

-Meurthe et Moselle, “Photo shows Rev. MacFarland…”

-Alsace, “Rev. McFarland after his visit…”

-Alsace, “An American camp”

-Alsace, “General Violaud and General Gordon…”

-Chateau Thierry, “The capture of Chateau Thierry…”

-Alsace, “An American camp…”

-Marne Battle, “Negro American troops…”

-“The village of Vaux, captured by American General…”

-“Photo shows after the reception…”

-“The American band…”

-“The American band…”

-Alsace, “Cemetery in Alsace…”

-“Photo shows an English regiment…”

-Oise, “British artillery men stop in a newly…”

-Aisne, “Photo shows German prisoners carrying…”

-Meuse, “Photo shows the taking out of the bread…”

8/5 George S. Pietzckeri Photograph

-[group of 8 people; 4 couples]

8/6 Harris and Ewing Photographs

-A class of beginners in moving picture operating

-“Washington’s most palatial saloon…”

-“Abundant ice on the Potomac River…”

8/7 Herbert Photos, Inc. Photograph

-Shrine to Yser Martyrs

8/8 International Film Service, Inc. (1)

-French Warriors Having [ ] up the Huns Enroute to Siberia

-Sorrowing Polius Erect Monument for Dead Carrier Pigeon

-The New Resurrection

-Safe from Horrors of War in Peaceful Switzerland

-Back to “Blighty”

-“For the first time since the star of the war…”

-American World Riveting Record Beaten by Londoner

-Comradeship Grows between French and English at the Front

-British Bombing Planes Carry Many Bombs

-Cropped Hair the Rule among England’s Women Land Workers

-Wounded in Hospital Bombed by Huns, British WAACs Recovering in Hospital

-Trophies of the Fight

-Australian Veterans Arrive in New York to Aid Liberty Loan

-How Trainloads of War Supplies Were Shipped from

England to Battlefront without Reloading

8/9 International Film Service, Inc. (2)

-Allied Officers Feeding Famous Pigeons of Venice

-Italian Guns Smashing Austrian Lines

-Italian Big Guns in the Alps

-Preparing the Battlefield for a Harvest of Peace

-Marhal Petain’s Triumphant Entry into Metz

-French Sortie Nets Hundreds of Prisoners

-Public Funeral for Citizens of Brussels Killed by Germans during Occupation

-After the Germans Had Left

-Caillaux and Henchmen Await Death

-The Scarcity of Fuel in France

-French Reserves Getting into Big Battle on Marne

-A Dreadnaught on Wheels

-A Giant French “Barker” and Its Crew

-The Turret of a French Land Dreadnaught

-France’s Great Army of Reserves Await Call to Duty

8/10 International Film Service, Inc. (3)

-“An example of [ ] our boys in France…”

-A Happy Triple Alliance

-World’s Greatest Moving Job Requires 400 Army Trucks

-Alien Women Being Registered in New York’s “Little Germany”

-Interned Germans Enjoy Athletic Games

-Trolley Car Sales Booth for Thrift Stamps

-Sister of Mrs. Waldorf Astor Entertaining

-Removing a Patient to an Evacuation Hospital

-With Our Boys across the Seas

-The Class of 1930 Gives the Class of 1917 the “OO”

-Guarding Their Commander’s Dugout Near the Front Line

-Sterilizing Machines Being Shipped to Our Forces in France

-Sammy Returns from the Trenches

-This Jazz Band of Ours over There Plays the Battle Hymn of the Enniskelen [sic] Braves

-Columbus Ohio Band Plays Stirring Yankee Tune as Our Boys March to Battle in Picardy

-New York City Applauds 10,000 Marching Boys from Camp Upton

-[3 men sleeping]

-Yankee Troops Greeted Joyously in Luxembourg

-American Fleet in Review at Baltimore

-Schoolboys Register for Military Service

-New York Greets Returning Naval Heroes

8/11 International Film Service, Inc. (4)

-American Sailors in Russia

-Presidential Party Sails for Europe

-Americans Attend Church in London

-American Aviators Assist Italians in Present Drive

-Give First Aid to Soldiers Old Shirts

-Was One of the First Americans to Fall for Liberty

-Allied Transport Sunk by U Boat

-French and American Troops Enter St. Mihiel

-USS Schurz Sunk in Collision with Tanker

-American Red Cross Nurses Arrive in England

-Concrete Cross to War’s Heroes

-Paris and All France Observed the Fourth of July

-Host of Wounded Men Rescued from Stranded Transport

8/12 International Film Service, Inc. (5)

-Italian Government Stages War Exhibit at Madison Square Garden

-Triumphant Entry of British into Constantinople

-“You Laughed First…Now We’re Laughing”

-“Here is a French observation balloon…”

-“English girls, unafraid…”

-Remarkable Accident of Colliding Aeroplanes

-[women holding signs saying “We Won’t Have Conscription”]

-[signs in English and Japanese]

-“They’ve Got the Germans on the Run!”

-25,000 Turks Taken by British in Palestine

-“Chinese labor troops in France entertain…”

-Red Cross Brings Serbian Refugees to London

-Red Cross Workers Care for French Refugees

-Here Is What They Do to German Spies in Portugal

-A Quartet of Allies in Paris

-A Fully Organized and Equipped Polish Unit

-First Photos of British in Constantinople

-A Scene in New Hungary

-Montenegrin Revolutionists Unloading American Red

Cross Supplies at Cattaro

-Milan a Centre of Unrest and Riot

-Middleweight Champion Now Boxing Instructor at Camp Dix Carrying His Stock in Trade

8/13 International Film Service, Inc. (6)

-Boys from over There Recuperating from Wounds at Hospital near New York

-The Picture Psychological Test

-Making Citizens of 300 Foreign Born Fighting Men Now Wearing Uncle Sam’s Khaki

-Are We Prepared? The Answer in These Two Pictures

-Michigan Boys Who May Have Been Lost on Tuscania, Their Training Camp and Officers

-Michigan Boys May Have Been Lost in Sinking of Transport Tuscania

-First of American Heroes back from France to Aid Liberty Loan

-“Blue Devils of France” Acclaimed by New York

-“On the march down Market Street of San Francisco…”

-French Guard Band Here to Aid Red Cross

-Jews Join British Army Here

-A Wee Bit of Bonnie Scotch

-Annapolis Middies Finish Course in Three Years

-Pelham Bay Reserves Form Living Emblems

-Sunshine Girls Teach Sailors Ginger Steps for Jackies’

Musical “Biff Bang”

-The Village Smithy at Camp Hancock

-The Little Parish House and the Little Church Stand a Mute Evidence That the New Resurrection is Again to Come

8/14 International Film Service, Inc. (7)

-First Unit of Girl Telephone Operators Soon to Leave for France

-American Beauties Helping to Finish the Hun Hordes

-England Mourns the Heroes Who Died at Ostend and Zeebrugge

-British Tanks in Attack on Cambrai Form Question Mark

Set German Aviators Who Made the Photo Wonder What Would Come Next

-Turkish Prisoners on “Road of Triumph” in Bagdad

-French Troops Aiding Italians Bringing in Captured Austrians/The Symbol of Fighting Italy

-Wine for the Poilus

-How Cambrai Appeared on a Photograph Film Made by a German Aviator Later Captured by the British

-Repatriated French Civilian Prisoners of War Returned to Their Homes

-A Realistic Gas Drill/They Have Come Home to France to Die

-First Photos of Russo-Central Powers Peace Parley at Brest-Litovsk

8/15 International Film Service, Inc. (8)

-Impressive Funeral for Late Col. Roosevelt

-Millstone is Revolutionary War Memorial

-President Wilson Greeted Joyously in England

-The Reign of Terror in Russia

-Memorial Chapel Dedicated to Members of Pressmen’s Union Who Died in War

-Canadian Government Erects Monument at Arlington for Americans

-Bolshevik Scenes in Moscow

-Destruction of Monuments and Statues by Reds

-An Informal Luncheon

-Great Munitions Explosion Shakes New York

-Sinking of Texel Held up on Account of “Mickey”

-Colonel Roosevelt Gives Silverware to Aid Girl Scouts War Fund

-Uncle Sam’s Activities in France/”Our transports and supply ships…”

-Members of Baptist Division of Red Cross at Work in Dining Room of Rockefeller Home

-Society Women as Waitresses at New York Canteen

-New York Dairymaids Go Milking on Fifth Ave.

-Women Motor Drivers Drilling in Central Park, NY

8/16 International Film Service, Inc. (9)

-War in the Air-Aircraft Gunner Firing on German Sub

-Mimic Battle Visualizing Importance of Red Star Work

-Peace Celebrations in England

-Playing Billiards under Difficulties

-Weekly Packages for United States Soldiers Taken Captive

-Sammy on Leave from the Trenches Gets Warm Reception in Paris

-Our Boys, Saved from Tuscania, Entertained by People of Southampton

-America’s Answer to the German Submarine Menace

-Famous Colored Band on Hand to Greet First of Our Boys on Leave from Trenches

-Negro Troops Proving Themselves Valiant Fighters

-Another Hero Laid to Rest

-Pershing and Notables Attend Inter-Allied Games at Stadium Named for Commander

-Typhus Fighters in Serbia, Dressed in Their Fighting Uniforms

-U Boat Victims Drift 15 Days in Open Boat

-Angelus Siren Calls Americans to Prayer

-Boston to New York Air Mail Inaugurated. First Plane Wrecked.

-Did You Know That-In Stockholm Telephone Stations Are Conveniently Placed in the Streets?

-The Bristol County, Mass. Agricultural School

-Did You Know-That This Is the Original Camoulfleur

-The Hun Returns His Loot (2)

-German Capital under Red Flag Rule

-Sailors and Soldiers at Wilhelmshaven Celebrate the Signing of the Armistice

-German Aerial Dispatch Carrier about to Start for Front

-With Our Fighting Boys in France

-Sand Bag Preservations of Notre Dame Crumbling

-“The two statues at the entrance…”

-French Singalese Troops Are Proving Their Worth

-The Allied Occupation of the Holy City

-Discharged British Tommires Rio in London

-Alien Ruling Received with Great Acclaim

-First Photo of British in Constantinople

-Wounded Heroes from Ostend Reach Port at Dover

-With the American Forces in Lorraine

8/17 Kadel and Herbert Photographs (1)

-Refugees Pouring into Paris by the Thousands

-Refugees Pouring into Paris by the Thousands

-How French Women and Children are Living on the Battle Front

-What a Well Directed French Shell Did to a German Battery

-Famous Hindenburg Line Photographed from the Air

-What Happened to a Boche Aviator Who Did Not Respect the French Flyers

-Germans Take Railroads with Them in Their Retreat

-Making Wooden Shoes in France

-Graves of French Killed in the Vosges Mountains

-French Refugees Fleeing from Hun Invasion

-Observation Post Used by the French

-French Soldier Using Shield about to Throw Hand Grenade

-French Dog Wagonettes Used for Carrying Slightly Wounded

-French Soldier Confiscates a Baby Carriage to Help Him Carry His Load

-Ambulance Driver Meets with Disaster Driving at Night

-Paper Decorations on the Windows of Parisenne’s [sic] Stores to Save Them from Bombardment

-British and German Soldiers Wounded in Great Battle Now Being [ ] in France

-Red Cross Dressing Station Just Back of the Front Lines

-Little French Orphan Being Taken Care of by the American Naval Forces in France

8/18 Kadel and Herbert Photographs (2)

-Marshal Foch Unveils Tribute to Australians

-Unveiling of Fine Navy Memorial at Portsmouth, England

-NY Police Help Guard Harbor

-American Jackies Take Well to the French Girls

-A Battle in America: “The close-by view of a block house…”

-New Rubber Overshoes Being Given to Uncle Sam’s Troops

-[two boxing matches]

-A Battle in America: “Trunk of a tree measuring…”

-A Battle in America: “Getting range on the enemies trenches…”

-A Battle in America: “Shrapnel shells bursting...”

-A Battle in America: “Shrapnel shell seen exploding…”

-A Battle in America: “Range of 2950 yards…”

-A Battle in America: “Another trench before bombardment…”

-A Battle in America: “Results of explosion of three inch shells…”

-A Battle in America: “The trench after the bombardment…”

-First German Plane to be Brought down by American

Aviator Flying the American Colors

-Printing the War News for Blind Soldiers

-German Troops Marked for Death

-With the American Aviators in France

-Giant Transport Leviathan Brings over 5,000 Uncle Sam’s Troops

-No Worry over the Coal Supply Here

-American Jackies Take Well to French Girls

-Burial of a French Colonel Killed in Action

-New Pneumatic Gun Used by French

8/19 Keystone View Co. Photographs

-“France Saluant”

-Formal Dedication of Mount Theodore Roosevelt

8/20 Krupnick and Mabel Photographs (St. Louis)

-Banner on 8th and Washington

-Over the Top sign on SE corner Post Office

-Liberty Loan sign on the 14th and St. Charles

-Bungalow erected for the 3rd Liberty Loan

-Sign at Famous and Barr Bld’g

-Sign on Broadway and Market

-Sign on Broadway and Chestnut Street

-Sign at Post Office at 8th and Olive Str.

-Cartoon Sign on 12th and Olive

-Painted Sign at Corner of Post Office

-Sign painted at Greenfield window for Home Guard salesman

-Crowd buying Liberty bonds as little girl delivers an impressive appeal from “battle ship”

-“Submarine” float on street railway flat car, used for speaking platform for the sale of bonds

-Painted sign showing one of the ways in advertisers gave their space to Liberty bond publicity

-One of a large number of refrigerator cars painted with Liberty Loan signs

-Twelfth Street stage on which some entertainment feature was given at noon each day

-Huge banner strung up by the Mercantile Trust Co.

-Mississippi Valley Trust Co. decorations

-American Trust Co. decorated for Liberty Bond campaign

-“The poorer class were well represented…”

-“Sterling silver cup presented…”

8/21 London Daily Mail Photographs

-“A merry group of the factory girls…”

-Anzac Day in London

8/22 Miscellaneous Photographs (1)

-“Belgique; The good spirits of the German Prisoners…”

-“This looks like a stage but it is really a courtyard…”

-“Crowds were thickest…”

-“The French at their favorite business…”

-[machine on wagon]

-[bones on sale on the street]

-“A scene at the Quail D’Orsay…”

-[women sodding]

-Forty Love

-“English women working in France…”

-[stack of canned goods]

-[open storefront]

-[crowd of mostly women]

-“In keeping with the course of allied operation…”

-“Hindenburg’s Paper Phantoms”

-[soldiers working with machine gun]

-[people walking, holding buckets]

8/23 Miscellaneous Photographs (2)

-[standing in line in front of a train]

-Developing a Strong Physique at Camp

-[plane on a roof]

-[horses and soldier drinking from a cup]

-[group of people walking with suitcases]

-Auctioning off rifle and other relics of James Boys for benefit of Red Cross

-[sitting behind a hip-hip! poster]

-Government Say, “Save Your Peach Pits!”

-“View shows three flags…”

-“View shoes crowd present…”

-[going from boat to dock]

-Over Here and Over There

-[group of mostly women wearing hats]

8/24 Miscellaneous Photographs (3)

-Can You Pick Out the American?

-[group of 4 adults and 1 baby]

-[group of men swearing an oath]

-“Photo shows a company of the ‘Liberty Lads’…”

-“Photo shows cavalry scouts…”

-[men sitting on tank being photographed]

-[group of men and 1 woman in wood-paneled room]

-[group of three with wooden bucket in snow]

-[railroad car with “Field Hospital” banner]

-[working in a blacksmith shop]

-[piles of laundry]

-“Photo shows cavalry outpost…”

-Jewish Volunteers Leave for Palestine

-[parade walkers carrying flags]

-[parade walkers carrying flags and picture]

-[parade walkers carrying flags and rifles]

-[on a parade float with “The Greatest Mother in the World” banner]

-[Red Cross women volunteers]

-[walkers and cars in funeral procession]

-[removing casket from hearse]

-[walking casket up church steps]

8/25 Miscellaneous Photographs (4)

-“Here is a picture of the official Santa Claus package…”

-Wounded Soldiers

-Navy Glee Club

-[filling canteens]

-Over the Border into Mexico on the Heels of Villa’s First Photos

-Wheel Chair and Crutch Festival Makes Wounded Merry at Army Hospital

-“The wounded men are entertained by their companion…”

-“The mess sergeant realizes his work does not end…”

-“The relatives of the wounded men…”

-[group of women in uniforms with 2 men and a dog]

-[women repairing items of clothing]

-[marching with rifles]

-[group of people sitting on ground]

-[group of three sitting on ground]

-[group of people sitting on steps]

-[group of four sitting on ground]

-[military experience form]

-[marchers with one carrying flowers]

-[large group of men]

-[younger man and older woman hugging]

-Irish Float Barred from Washington Peace Pageant Holds Parade of Its Own

-[group of four boys with ice chunk on wagon]

-“Card party of Jefferson Chapter DAR…”

-Post-Dispatch Regimental Parade

-“Harvest hands leaving Chamber of Commerce…”

8/26 Pacific and Atlantic Photos

-A Memorial to Canada’s War Dead

-A Memorial to Canada’s War Dead

-The Fallen Fighting Cock!

-“My Buddy” New War Memorial, Nearly Finished

-“Comedy horse made by G2 4th Army Corps…”

-“The beautiful Statue of Republic…”

-“French infantry passing through an Italian city…”

-[people on a crowded street with horse and cart]

-A Banner That Speaks

-“Drifters” in harbor…”

-“French refugees getting their presents…”

-“Wounded American negro soldier lifted up…”

-“United States 16-inch caliber guns…”

-“A crowd of Knight of Columbus men…”

-“Italian children…”

-“Four of the newest type Caproni triplanes…”

-Where Is Their Sense of Defeat?

-“Since the Germans resumed the operation…”

8/27 Paul Thompson Photographs

-“Sewing and tacking the linen covers…”

-“Luncheon is an important meal…”

-[town square with Gothic building]

-“One of forts defending Antwerp”

-“Machine for cutting barbed wire entanglements…”

-“Arrival of Leviathan”

-Made Happy by America’s Generosity to the Children of Suffering France

-“Tommies who are in the Army of Occupation…”

-“The White House has been opened to visitors…”

-Xmas Gifts for Our Soldiers Held Prisoners in Germany

-“Henri’s mother has tuberculosis…”

-“German marines on their way”

-“German troops in Belgium town”

-“Belgian defenders operating machine gun”

8/28 Paul’s Photos

-French Monument Pictures, War Services of Ambulance Corps

8/29 Robert H. Moulton Photographs

-“As the men pass by in single file…”

-“Learning how to make the various knots…”

-“Lining up for dishes…”

-“Three square meals a day…”

8/30 Tribune Service (New York)

-“A French airdrome on the Belgian front…”

-“The village of .. in Belgium…”

-“View of Houthulst about 7 miles back…”

9/1 Underwood and Underwood (1)

-Fleeing to Safety during German Drive

-First Home Built in Ruined City of Lens

-British Official (3)

-White Haired Grandmother with All Her Worldly Goods Flees from German Fire

-Safe in Paris Cellar during Long Ranged Bombardment

-Famous French Singer Vocalises for War Bonds in Paris Streets

-First French Soldier to Enter Lille Is Idolized by Inhabitants

-Germans Haul down Statue in French Towns to Make Ammunition

-German Tank Captured during Recent Drive

-Great German Zeppelin Brought down by French Returning from Raid over London

-Giant New Zeppelin Brought down by French on Return from London Raid

-Big German Aero Bomb Falls in Nancy without Exploding

-Aged Belgian Refugees Driven from Home by Teutons

-Children of Ostend Rejoice at Being Liberated From the Huns

-Belgium Women Just Returned to Their Homes Busily at Work

-Alsatians in Paris Joan of Arc Anniversary Procession

-Home Comforts Found at Last

-French Army of Occupation in Metz Make Quick Acquaintance

-Wounded Soldiers of France Go Back to the Farm

-Big Gun Bombardment Doesn’t Interrupt Paris Life

-“This photo shows the immaculate condition…”

-Shell from Big German Gun Kills Many in Paris Nursery

-[man carrying packages]

-General Petain Decorates Wounded Nurse, Heroine of Hospital Recently Bombarded by Germans

-“Ever since the outbreak of the war…”

-“Ever since the outbreak of the war…”

9/2 Underwood and Underwood (2)

-One of the First Real War Pictures from the Desert

-Waiting for Customers in Shell Shattered Shop

-British Troops Barricade Village during German Drive

-“This British official photograph shows British soldiers…”

-Rival Chiefs Join Forces in Ireland

-Rival Chiefs Join Forces in Ireland

-Thank Canadians for Deliverance of Valenciennes

-Liberated at Last!

-Working below the Water Line to Beat the Boche

-Daring Mine Sweepers Risk Constant Destruction

-The Tommy WACS Keep Fit for Their Tasks

-Americans Who Saw Active Service in British Army Return on the USS Orduna

-Irish Troops Disarming Germans Captured at Cambrai

-Salvation Army Workers on the Job Not Far from Front

-French Hospital on the Aisne near Soissons

-France’s Latest Recruits Leave for War

-Balky Horses Get Their Shoes Whether They Like Them or Not in the French Army

-German Frightfulness Gets another Victim

-French Repulse German Attacks near Ruined City of Rheims

9/3

Underwood and Underwood (3)

-Yankee Tars Go A-Sight-Seeing in “Old [Lummum]”

-German Prisoners in US Camps Well Cared For

-German Prisoners in US Camps Well Cared For

-German Prisoners in US Camps Well Cared For

-Metal Market Opened to Boost Sale of War Savings Stamps

-Daredevils Perform for War Savings Stamps

-Wounded Soldiers Study Telegraphy at Fort McPherson

-Learning the Art of Camouflage

-Movies Great Diversion for Tars on Battleship

-French Sailor Cared for at Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital

-Serbs from US Volunteer for Service Abroad

-Traffic Halts for Wounded Man

-Huge Block Party Conducted by the Red Cross of Fifth Avenue

-Well Convoyed

-Shell Shock Victims Engage in Useful Trades

-…Living in His Tub!???

-Shell Shock Victims Take up Farming

-“A rare snapshot of a mine exploding…”

-Riot in Springfield July 4th Parade as Men Refuse to Bare Heads When Flag Passes

9/4 Underwood and Underwood (4)

-Camouflaged Batteries Keep Sharp Watch for Enemy Attacks

-Italian Troopers Resting after Having Repulsed the

Germans in Terrific Attack

-Italian Women and Children Flee before German Advance

9/5 Underwood and Underwood (5)

-American Red Cross Feeds Italian Refugees

-Belgian Veterans Cheer America on Arrival at San Francisco

-Belgian Troops Take Part in Memorial Day Parade on Riverside Drive

-How the Panama Canal Was Used for Transportations of Troops in the Great War

-Food Shortage in United Kingdom Prior to Food Rationing System

-Sengalese Troops in Alsace

-French Peasant Girls Enjoy a Sport Meet

-New Zealand Aviator in Short Panties Shocks Fair Sex

-Straw Boots Used by Austrians in Snowy Regions

-Absolutely the Last the Leave

-The Departure of the Pilgrims from Jerusalem

-“Suffer the Little Children”

-A Colossal Italian Colonel Visits the Italian Sector on the French Front

9/6 Underwood and Underwood (6)

-Kiddie’s Back Lot Army Prepares to Lick “Kaiser”

-Kiddie’s Back Lot Army Prepares to Lick “Kaiser”

-Typewriting on Stove with Feet in Oven; This Is a Cold Country

-Converting Giant Forest Trees into Ships to Beat the Kaiser

-Coal Famine in New York; Crowds Follow Coal Wagon

-Desperate from Cold, Hundreds Raid Coal Cars in Yards

-Big Recruiting Rally on Land Battleship USS Recruit

-Thirteen Miles from the Halifax Explosion; How It

Appeared from a Distance

-Government Boat Fights Shipyard Fire in Newark Bay

-Greatest Red Cross Parade in America (3)

-First Pershing Veterans Back to Help Sell Liberty Bonds

-Niece of Ex-President Taft Goes over Top of Fire Ladder for the Liberty Loan

9/7 Underwood and Underwood (7)

-Fighters Like Nothing Better Than to Read during Spare Moments

-New York Bible Society Provides Bibles for the Soldiers

-How Soldiers in France and Training Camps Will Vote

-The “Buffalos” in Action

-New “Chow Wagon” of the 22nd Engineers Seeing Service

-Breaking in Horses for the National Army

-Uncle Sam’s Sick Fighters Get Best Medial Attention

-Anzacs Here to Boom Liberty Loan Cheer Uncle Sam

-Blue and Gray in Brand New Mixing

-Interned German Sailors Build Miniature Liner in Spare Moments and Put Old Glory on the Stern

-Alien Prisoners about to Be Transferred from One camp to Another

-“Make a Bridge of Ships to France!”

-Great Wooden Ships for Great Britain Being Built in US

-First Steel Ship Launched in South

-First Tour Master Launched at Rail River in Forty Years

-Stern of Vessel Blown off by Mine

9/8 Underwood and Underwood (8)

-Little “Warriors” of France Sing Marseillaise on Way to “Battle”

-Advancing on the Foe behind a Curtain Fire

-French Women Work Close to Front Lines

-“For Military Reasons”

-British Observer Landing in Parachute from Balloon

-Submarine to the Rescue of Observation Balloon in Difficulties

-Grenade Depot Destroyed

-First and Most Remarkable Photo Showing Actual

[Bombing] of German Munition Depot (2)

-British Fire Drops German Plane in Flanders Battle

-German Aviators Surrendering to French Airmen Two Miles up in Ozone

-Enemy Observation Balloon Falls in Flames

-Heavy Italian Guns Bombard Enemy Trenches from Mid Stream in Lower Piave

-French Observer Walks the Rope to Tug after Observation

Trip along Coast

-Distributing President’s Message over German Lines

9/9 Underwood and Underwood (9)

-Red Cross Nurses March in Great Parade on Fifth Avenue

-Uncle Sam’s Sick Fighters Get Best Medical Care

-College Girls Have Trench Candle Party-Candles Shipped to France for Liberty Boys Christmas

-Members of Motor Corps of American Learn First Aid Tactics

-Women in Throngs Apply for Positions in Munitions Plants

-Latest Photograph of German Air Raid on London

-First Photo of the Latest Air Raid on England

-Son of Famous Irish Nationalist Leader Takes up Fight Where Father Left Off (2)

-Ordeal Inflicted by U-Boat

-“For Military Reasons”

-With Coal Sky High, French Use Petrol

9/10

Underwood and Underwood (10)

-[hanging paper on lines with clothespins]

-A German Hydroplane Captured by an American Transport in the Mediterranean

-Independence Day in London

-London Cheers Our New Army

-First German Aeroplane Brought down by Our Aviators

-Heroes of the Marne Return on Leviathan

-Hospital Ship Comfort Arrives with 400 Wounded Soldiers

-Learning All about Those Anti-Submarine Guns

-Wounded Soldiers Cutting and Pitching Hay

-Training Ship Newport off for Four Months Cruise with Student Seamen

-Training Ship Newport off for Four Months Cruise with Student Seamen

-Living “Christmas Dolls” That Were Sent West

-Society Sells Vegetables in Newport

-Making a Maritime Substitute for Sugar-Glimpses of a Big Molasses Factory

-Strasburg, Germany Overthrows Kaiser’s Statue

-Starving Germany! Actual and Vivid Proof

-True Germans Leave Alsace-Lorraine

-Caught in Cross Fires of Friend and Foe, Digs In

-A German Soldier on Outpost Duty Shot through the Head Left behind by His Comrades

-French Dip Colors to the Entente Leaders in Met

-First Photos of the Festivities Held in Brest upon the Arrival of Pres. Wilson

9/11 Underwood and Underwood (11)

-Germany Sends Russian Prisoners of War to Denmark for Internment

-Italian Outpost Surveying Enemy Lines from Conquered Summit (2)

-German Courier Leaving Versailles with Peace Treaty

-German Students of the Class 1919 Hold Gala Demonstration in Memory of Their Fallen Comrades

-To H--L with the D----D Peace Says Sign Borne by Vast Berlin Throng

-Results of Bolshevism in Vienna

-Rhenish Prussia in Prayer for Peace

-Strike in Munich, Germany

-A German Airplane That Did Not Return

-Torpedoed French Transport Sinks in Two Minutes

-Kultur in Metz about to Take a Tumble

-The Coal Scarcity in France

-Holland Interns Germans Who Violated Neutrality

-Winter Sport in the Swiss Alps

9/12 Underwood and Underwood (12)

-American Girl to Drive Ambulance in Russia

-American Clothing for the Needy Greeks

-Sabotage by Reds in the Great Lumber industry in the Northwest

-Extra Precautions Taken against Possible “Red” Outrages on the 4th

-Detectives Examining Papers Found in Bolshevist Headquarters Raided in New York

-Wounded British Tommies to be Shipped to England

-“Red Cross camions did duty night and day…”

-American Red Cross Workers Acclaimed in Italy

-Oil Can Hut Home of Red Cross Nurses at Front

-American Red Cross Cares for Serbian Refugees

-[patient with head bandages and three men]

-American Ambulance Being Loaded with Wounded Poilus

-Americans Distributing Clothing to Repatriated French Peasants

-Our Red Cross Nurses Minister to Italian in Milan

-American Doctor Godfather for French War Baby

-American Aid the French War Sufferers

-Italian Outpost Surveying Enemy Lines from Conquered Summit

-Camouflage Protects Italian Line of Communication

-Russians Parade with Bare Heads in Great Funeral Procession

-The Pistol Camera-Excellent for Air Work

-Giant French Guns Mounted on Mobile Armored Cars Hammer German Lines

-Our Boys Are Training in the Trenches in France (3)

-Alsatians and French Troops Celebrate 3rd [ ] of Arrival of French in Alsace-Massevairn

-Keeping British Waters Free from Teuton Perils (2)

-The Broken and Vanquished German Army in Retreat to It’s Own Soil

-Texas Cowboys Form Infantry Company

-Shell Shock Victims Engage in Useful Trades

9/13

Underwood and Underwood (13)

-Roosevelt Funeral

-The Funeral of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt

-Girls of the Russian “Battalion of Death” on Whom Premier Kerensky is Said to Rely in Infuse the

Fighting Men of Russia, Reviewed by Their Commanding Officer

-Germany Sends Russian Prisoners of War to Denmark for Internment

-Our Soldiers Receiving Instruction Back of the Firing Line in France (2)

-Our Boys Are Training in the Trenches in France

-German Plane Brought down in Flames on Western Front (3)

-Off on Its Lifesaving Mission

-American Red Cross Delegates Await Arrival of American Prisoners of War

-[crowd holding signs with different countries on them]

-Caught in Cross Fires of Friend and Foe, Digs In

-Snowbound in France

-Military Band Gives Concert for Tommies in the Square at Ruined Arras

-American Ambulances and Drivers in Italy to Aid Italians

9/14 Underwood and Underwood (14)

-Officers Detailed to Duty in Connection with the Trans-Atlantic Flight

-Looping the Loop over Newport News, Virginia

-Few of the Photographers Waiting for Peace Delegates

-A Pleasant Afternoon in France

-Over Enemy Lines Shows Intense Bombardment Going On

-Camouflage Protects Italian Line of Communication

-Camouflage Conceals German Light Railway

-Some of the 40,000 Germans Captured at Verdun

-How Frenchman Single Handed Prevented Destruction of Great Zeppelin Brought down by French (2)

-Alsatians and French Troops Celebrate 3rd [ ] of Arrival of French in Alsace-Massevairn (2)

-Queen Elizabeth of Belgium Visits School near the Front

-Desolation of Flanders Where the Germans Are Trying to Break through

-British Observer Landing in Parachute from Balloon

-Enemy Observation Balloon Falls in Flames

-German Observation Balloon Brought down in Flames by Daring British Airmen

-Huge Mass of Wreckage from “Baby Killer” Brought down in Raid over England

-French Observer Walks the Rope to Tug after Observation Trip along Coast

-French Dirigible Flying over Sunken Ship in Attempt to Locate U-Boat

-Slain Bolsheviki Buried at Kiev

-Red Guards Use Field Guns in Moscow

-Getting the War Pictures for You

-General Petain Decorates Wounded Nurse, Heroine of Hospital Recently Bombarded by Germans

-Aged Belgian Refugees Driven from Home by [ ] Teutons

-French Women Work Close to Front Lines

-The Most Heart-Stirring Scene

-[French and US flags with people standing around it]

9/15 Union Pacificry Press Bureau

-[two men boxing]

9/16 Western Newspaper Union (1)

-Carrier Pigeons Play Important Role in Warfare

-Tremendous Throng Greets Camp Upton Boys

-Tremendous Throng Greets Camp Upton Boys

-National Army Troops in New York

-German Telescope to Be Used by American Naval Officers

-Thousands of Glasses Received by Navy Department

-At Last an American Newspaper

-Training Cooks for Uncle Sam’s Navy

-“Long Live the Allies”

-Motor Corps Women with Relatives and Sweethearts Who Returned on the Leviathan

-Training Dogs for War

-Future Soldiers Train under West Point Cadets at Camp Pershing

-Future Soldiers Train under West Point Cadets at Camp Pershing

-College Girls Train as Nurses at Vasar

9/17 Western Newspaper Union (2)

-Carrier Pigeon Plays Important Role in Warfare

-French Front on the Oise

-French Victory on the Italian Front

-Hot Pies for the Boys in the Trenches

-Sports on a British Transport

-Munitions Transportation Hindered by Bad Road Conditions

-The Dogs of War

-Heroic Dead of the Zeebrugge Raid

-Labor Leaders Hold Conference at Nottingham

-British King Receives American Labor Delegates

-British Royal Flying Corps in India

-Training British and American Observers to Fight the Hun Aeroplanes

-First Aid on the Western Front

-Repatriated Soldiers Cared for at British Convalescent

Hospital

-London Women War Workers Have Rally

-Women’s Defense Corps in Camp

-Procession of Land Workers

-American Troops on Duty in First Line Trench

-Eton College Celebrates the Fourth of June

-“A Hard Loser”

-After the War Uses

-English Crew, Composed of Blind Athletes

-Wonderful Reception Given to Soldiers Entering Town of Lille

-British Royal Flying Corps in India

-No Scarcity of Food in India

-World’s Finest [ ]

9/18 Western Newspaper Union (3)

-Boston Has First Street Car Military Ambulance

-New American Merchant Marine

-Training Officers

-[medics walking and riding in trucks]

-Brave Belgian Heroes on Way Back to Front

-Training the British and American Observers to Fight the Hun Aeroplanes

-Uncle Sam’s Thrift Car

-Tossing the Monkey

-Cavalry to Be Used by American Troops “Over There”

-Government Preparing Men for Radio Work

-Creeping into No Man’s Land

-The Human Wheel Barrow

-Daring Aviators

-Browning Gun Exhibition

-Kit Inspection at Mare Island

-“The Human Pledge”

-Do the Jackies Enjoy Boxing?

-Dinner at Balboa Park, San Diego

-Learning to Beat the Hun U Boat

91/9 Western Newspaper Union (4)

-New Italian Flying Boat

-Giving the First Shock

-On the Italian Front

-Women of Italy Release Men for Front

-Breaking German Records to Bits

9/20 Western Newspaper Union (5)

-American Soldiers Train near San Francisco

-Army Caravan Arrives Here

-Army Mule Team Passing out of Existence

-“Democracy Fighters” Progress Rapidly in Western Training Camps

-Mothers’ Day at Camp Dix

-Camp MacArthur’s Junk Yard

-Anzacs from Gallipoli

-Boy Veterans of 69th Here

-German Prisoners Fare Well [Da] United States

-Enemy Aliens Sent to Southern Internment Camp

-“Ring It Again”

-Crews of Captured American Sailing Vessels

-An Officer for Blighty

-Millionaires Chop Wood for Their Fire Places

-The “Room of Retrieve” at Milan, Italy

-London Women War Workers Hold Rally

9/21 Western Newspaper Union (6)

-The Spirit behind the Italian Line

-Pets They Left behind Them

-Gas Mask Drill for British Artillery Horses

-“Tommy WAAC’s” Hold Sport Festival

-Enormous Boilers Made at North West Munition Area

-“WAAC’s marching past the royal stand…”

-Yankee Lumber Camp in French Forest on Alsace Border

-Yankee Lumber Camp in French Forest on Alsace Border

-Anti-Aircraft Gunners on Italian Front

-Back of the Austrian-Italian Battle-Line

-Poilu Views Fritz in His Pen

-Bombs Effective in Aerial Warfare

-Helping the Disabled Soldier to Help Himself

-A Merciful Mission

9/22 Western Newspaper Union (7)

-Unique Events Mark Walter Reed Hospital Field Day

-Fences Are No Bar to Friendship

-American Soldiers Forget Wounds at Hospital-Converted Estate in England

-France Sees the Rainbow after the Storm

-Women’s Overseas Hospital Unit to Go to France

-Princess Mary Pours

-American Troops Given Great Welcome in London

-Grand Review of Texas Troops

-Aerial Mail Service Has Auspicious Beginning

-Aeroplane Passenger Carrying Record Established in Flight over London

9/23 Wide World Photos

-Memorial to the 50,000 Artillerymen Who Died

-A Roll of Honor Fourteen Columns Long

-War Memorial to French Athletes Unveiled at Pershing Stadium, Paris

-The Rainbow Division Again Appears on the Battlefields of France

-“The Motherland” Called Italy’s Best War Memorial

-To Those of the Seventh Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice

-“Preparing the American flour for delivery…”

-Canadian Shaft Dedicated at Arlington on Armistice Day

-Unveil Reproduction of Dover Patrol Monument at Hamilton Parkway

-“Berlin University Student Corps marching…”

9/24 YWCA Photo Service

-“Miss Muriel Heap/Grand Haven, Mich.…”

-“Coblenz on the Rhine…”

-Auditorium Any “Y” Hut Movie Night

-Social Hall “Y” Hut-Kearny Camp

10/1 12th Engineers

-[on parade]

-[standing in line with rifles]

-[receiving pins]

-[parading with star banner]

-[child holding rifle]

-[standing at attention with rifles]

-[soldier with dog on leash]

-[dog receiving pin]

-[standing in line with rifles]

-[Colonel Laird standing on railroad tracks]

-[parading across trolley tracks]

-[on parade]

-Crowd Leaving after Parade

10/2 89th Division

-Major General Wright

10/3 110th Supply Train

-[talking between a fence]

-[soldier talking with women]

-The Crowd at Lake and Lindell

-Capt. Wright Receives Banner from Auxiliary

-[parading past De Luxe Automobile Co.]

-Kissing Mother under Difficulties

-Arrived to Find He’s an Uncle

-[soldier holding dog near railroad track]

-Salvation Army Doughnut Brigade

-[soldier standing with rifle]

-[looking out a train window with baby doll]

-[parading with banner]

-[soldier standing with rifle]

-[crowd walking past courthouse]

-[rear view of parade]

-[sitting on lawn]

-Lining up for March to Plaza

10/4 128th/129th/130th Machine Gun Co.

-[parading past Hurck Motor and Cycle Co.]

-[sitting on ground]

-[on parade]

-[soldier holding dog with “Prisoner of War” sign]

10/5 128th Field Artillery (1)

-[shaking hands through train windows]

-[handing out items from basket]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[crowd and cars after parade]

-[eating ice cream cones]

-[aerial view of parade]

-[crowd after parade]

-[boy holding helmet]

-[train car with writing on side]

-[crowd of people]

-[riding in Mack trucks]

-[on parade]

-[crowd of people]

-[parading between two columns]

-[on parade]

10/6 128th Field Artillery (2)

-[on top of DeBaliviere trolley]

-[aerial view of crowd]

-[sitting on trollies]

-[kissing]

-[looking through fence]

-[riding on Mack trucks]

-[shaking hands] (2)

-[aerial view of crowd walking between columns]

-[soldier talking and eating ice cream cone]

-[aerial view of crowd]

-[on parade]

-[parading with brass band]

-[parading holding flags]

-[group of men with little girl]

-[shaking hands]

-[parading past Hob Nob Café]

-Senator Spencer, RE Odlum, Mrs. Robert E. Lee, Miss

Loretta Odlum, Acting Mayor Aloe, Robert E. Lee

-[parading with star banner]

10/7 128th Field Artillery (3)

-[on parade]

-[brass band leading parade]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[parading with star banner]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[standing in front of train]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[standing on bridge with star banner and brass band]

10/8 129th Machine Gun Co.

-[parading with dog]

-[posed photograph]

10/9 138th Infantry

-Lt. Duke Sheehan

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-Captain Skinker’s Home

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd. with banners]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd. with brass band]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[cars driving past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd. with horses]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[cars driving past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[brass band parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd. with horses]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

10/10 138th Machine Gun Co.

-[crowd sitting on chairs]

-[parading past 3304 Lindell Blvd.]

-[soldier with young boy and woman holding flag]

-[little girl handing flowers to soldier]

-[talking in a circle on railroad tracks]

-[eating and drinking on a train]

-[parading on Lindell Blvd.]

-[close-up of soldiers on parade]

-[group of four holding 138th banner]

-[parading on Lindell Blvd.]

-[horses on parade at Kingshighway and Lindell]

-[parading at Kingshighway and Lindell]

-[two little girls watching parade]

-[parading past Hotel Meramec]

-[on parade]

-[standing in line with bags]

-[talking to crowd from train]

-[on parade]

-[parading past Peters Shoes]

10/11 314th Engineers

-Montana [ship] Pulling into Boston

-Montana Battleship with the 314th Eng. Coming into Dock at Boston

-Montana Battleship Arriving at Boston Commonwealth Pier

-The Arrival of the “Montana” with the 314th Engineers

-“Washing the mess kits…”

10/12 341st Field Artillery

-Mess for the 341st FA

10/13 354th Infantry

-Kiel Greeting 89th Division (354th Infantry)

10/14 Base Hospital 21

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[on parade]

-[parading past Carleton Dry Goods Co.]

-[woman between two soldiers]

-[on parade]

-[soldier holding puppy]

-[on parade, walking past chairs]

-[on parade, walking past chairs]

-[parading between two columns]

-[on parade with star banner]

-[on parade with US flag in front]

-[parading past Moss & Lowenhaupt]

-[on parade with star banner in front]

-[on parade]

-[saluting while on parade]

-[on parade]

-[soldier holding child]

-[crowd in front of church]

-[on parade]

-[soldier holding child]

-[on parade]

10/15 Camp Doniphan

-“An arrangement we don’t like…”

-“A hut branch reading room”

-“An interior of the main building…”

-“A section of a mess hall…”

-“Corporal Soloman is the proudest non-com…”

10/16 Camp Johnston

-[library, interior]

-[library, exterior]

10/17 Camp Sherman

-Knights of Columbus Building

10/18 Camp Zachary Taylor

-Camp Zachary Taylor Library-North from Delivery Desk

-Camp Zachary Taylor Library-YMCA Auditorium

-Camp Zachary Taylor Library-Knights of Columbus Branch

-Camp Zachary Taylor Library-Knights of Columbus Branch Interior

-Camp Zachary Taylor-Library Catalog

10/19 Food Administration Photo Service

-“This Is a Wheatless Day” cartoon

-“This Is a Meatless Day” cartoon

10/20 Gilliam Service

-This Is the First War Ever Put into Pictures the Way It Really Is

10/21 Peace Celebration, St. Louis, November 11, 1918

-[on parade, boys holding signs]

-[on parade, men and women carrying large flags]

-[aerial view, confetti falling]

-[aerial view, crowds with umbrellas]

-[aerial view, crowds with umbrellas]

-[car parked outside hat shop]

-[man in a wheelbarrow]

-[large crowd next to statue]

-[carrying fake coffin, captioned “Here Lies the Kaiser”]

-[crowd with falling streamers]

10/22 New York World

-[marching with rifles]

-Welcome to Our Village!

10/23 St. Louis

-Junior Red Cross Rummage Sale

-Thrift Store Salesmen on [ ] Car at Grand and Olive

10/24 San Diego

-Library at Naval Training Station, San Diego (2)

11/1 French Official Photographs, 1-10

-1: Red Cross (CPI 820)

-2: Red Cross (CPI 815)

-3: American Ambulance (CPI 824)

-4: Red Cross (CPI 817)

-6: Americans in France (CPI 816)

-7: American Camp in France (CPI 822)

-10: Americans in France (CPI 821)

11/2 French Official Photographs, 11-20

-11: In the Path of the Germans (CPI 1010)

-12: Cooking at the Front (CPI 1011)

-13: On Regained Ground (CPI 1012)

-14: French Heroes (CPI 1013)

-15: Ready for Battle (CPI 1014)

-16: German Prisoners (CPI 1015)

-17: German Prisoners (CPI 1016)

-19: Soup for Soldiers (CPI 1018)

-20: Warning of Gas Attack (CPI 1019)

11/3 French Official Photographs, 21-30

-21: Rheims (CPI 1058)

-23: Destroyed Church (CPI 1060)

-25: A Wrecked Taube (CPI 1062)

-26: Military Review (CPI 1063)

-27: Honoring a Regiment (CPI 1064)

-28: French Army Review (CPI 1065)

-29: Military Review (CPI 1066)

-30: Military Review (CPI 1067)

11/4 French Official Photographs, 31-40

-31: Regained Ground (CPI 1161)

-32: Americans in France (CPI 1162)

-33: On Guard (CPI 1163)

-34: Spoils of War (CPI 1164)

-35: Salvaging War’s Waste (CPI 1165)

-36: Berry En Sauterre-Marne (CPI 1166)

-37: Stretcher Bearers (CPI 1167)

-38: Engineers at Work (CPI 1170)

-39: Canadian Engineers (1169)

-40: Ruined Church (1168)

11/5 French Official Photographs, 41-50

-41: French Soldiers (CPI 1068)

-42: French Soldiers (CPI 1069)

-43: French Soldiers (CPI 1070)

-44: German Destruction (CPI 1071)

-45: French Cantonment (CPI 1072)

-46: French Artillery (CPI 1073)

-47: Shell Fire (CPI 1074)

-48: Ruined Church (CPI 1075)

-49: Arabian Soldiers (CPI 1076)

-50: French Cantonment (CPI 1077)

11/6

French Official Photographs, 51-67

-51: Americans in France (CPI 1201)

-52: Americans in France (CPI 1202)

-53: Americans in France (CPI 1203)

-54: Americans in France (CPI 1204)

-55: Americans in France (CPI 1205)

-56: Americans in France (CPI 1206)

-57: Cantonment Construction (CPI 1207)

-58: Cantonment Construction (CPI 1208)

-59: Americans in France (CPI 1209)

-60: Cantonment Construction (CPI 1210)

-61: Americans in France (CPI 1211)

-62: Americans in France (CPI 1212)

-63: Americans in France (CPI 1213)

-64: Americans in France (CPI 1214)

-65: Americans in France (CPI 1215)

-66: Red Cross (CPI 1216)

-67: Red Cross (CPI 1217)

11/7 French Official Photographs, 68-71

-68: Camouflage (CPI 1218)

-69: Camouflage (CPI 1219)

-70: Reconstruction Work (CPI 1220)

-71: Ruined Church (CPI 1317)

11/8 French Official Photographs, 72-77

-72: German Prisoners (CPI 1318)

-73: Arras (CPI 1319)

-74: German Prisoners (CPI 1320)

-75: German Prisoners (CPI 1321)

-76: German Prisoners (CPI 1322)

-77: German Prisoners (CPI 1323)

11/9 French Official Photographs, 78-8

-78: French Engineers (CPI 1324)

-79: [sign in French above gate] (CPI 1325)

-80: Barbering at Sea (CPI 1326)

11/10 French Official Photographs, 81-90

-81: German Observation Post (CPI 1418)

-82: Dogs of War (CPI 1419)

-83: Ruined Church (CPI 1420)

-84: Bombed Hospital (CPI 1421)

-85: German Pill Box (CPI 1422)

-86: Retaken Ground (CPI 1423)

-87: Ready to Fly (CPI 1424)

-88: The Result of Shelling (CPI 1425)

-89: Dogs of War (CPI 1426)

-90: The German Howitzer (CPI 1427)

11/11 French Official Photographs, 91-100

-91: Reconquered Ground (CPI 1447)

-92: Italian King Reviews Troops (CPI 1448)

-93: 120 Miles of This Bridge (CPI 1449)

-94: Reconquered Ground (CPI 1450)

-95: Alaskan Dogs (CPI 1451)

-96: French Cantonments (CPI 1452)

-97: In the Path of Destruction (CPI 1453)

-98: Army Laborers (CPI 1454)

-99: Building a Boardwalk (CPI 1455)

-100: German Attack (CPI 1456)

11/12 French Official Photographs, 101-110

-101: Canadian Engineers (CPI 1301)

-102: Canadian Engineers (CPI 1302)

-103: Military Review (CPI 1303)

-104: Airplane Review (CPI 1304)

-105: Military Honors (CPI 1305)

-106: Transportation (CPI 1306)

-107: Trench Observation Post (CPI 1307)

-108: French Trenches (CPI 1308)

-109: Exploding Shell (CPI 1309)

-110: A French Grave (CPI 1310)

11/13 French Official Photographs, 111-130

-111: Destruction by Germans (CPI 1457)

-112: British Graves (CPI 1458)

-113: Ruined Church (CPI 1459)

-114: Ruined Church (CPI 1460)

-115: Lunch in the Trenches (CPI 1461)

-116: French Trenches (CPI 1462)

-117: Ruined Church (CPI 1463)

-118: Ruins (CPI 1464)

-119: Ruined Church (CPI 1465)

-120: Ruined Church (CPI 1466)

-122: German Destruction (CPI 1496)

-123: Aviation (CPI 1497)

-124: Cooking (CPI 1498)

-125: Aviation (CPI 1499)

-126: Bombed Hospital (CPI 1500)

-127: The Path of War (CPI 1501)

-128: German Destruction (CPI 1502)

-129: Amusement (CPI 1503)

-130: German Destruction (CPI 1504)

11/14 French Official Photographs, 131-150

-131: Spanish Observer (CPI 1549)

-132: King Albert (CPI 1550)

-133: King Albert (CPI 1551)

-134: Graves (CPI 1552)

-135: Writing Home (CPI 1553)

-136: Spanish Observers (CPI 1554)

-137: A German Cemetery (CPI 1555)

-138: King Albert (CPI 1556)

-139: Spanish Observers (CPI 1557)

-140: Shell Shelters (CPI 1558)

-141: American Orleans Mission (CPI 1539)

-142: American Orleans Mission (CPI 1540)

-143: American Orleans Mission (CPI 1541)

-144: American Orleans Mission (CPI 1542)

-145: American Orleans Mission (CPI 1543)

-146: Trenches (CPI 1544)

-147: Trenches (CPI 1545)

-148: American Relief Work (CPI 1546)

-149: American Relief Work (CPI 1547)

-150: American War Relief (CPI 1548)

11/1 French Official Photographs, 151-173

-151: Camouflage (CPI 1684)

-152: Camouflage (CPI 1685)

-153: Camouflage (CPI 1686)

-154: Camouflage (CPI 1687)

-155: Camouflage (CPI 1688)

-156: French Engineers (CPI 1689)

-157: Camouflage (CPI 1690)

-158: Camouflage (CPI 1691)

-159: Camouflage (CPI 1692)

-160: Camouflage (CPI 1693)

-161: Red Cross (CPI 1694)

-162: Camouflage (CPI 1695)

-163: Camouflage (CPI 1696)

-164: Camouflage (CPI 1697)

-165: Camouflage (CPI 1698)

-166: Camouflage (CPI 1699)

-167: Camouflage (CPI 1700)

-168: Camouflage (CPI 1701)

-169: Camouflage (CPI 1702)

-170: Camouflage (CPI 1703)

-171: Camouflage (CPI 1704)

-172: Camouflage (CPI 1705)

-173: Camouflage (CPI 1706)

11/16 French Official Photographs, 174-183

-174: French Cemetery (CPI 1990)

-175: Sentinel Post (CPI 1991)

-176: Military Honors (CPI 1992)

-177: Belgian Trenches (CPI 1993)

-178: Trenches (CPI 1994)

-179: Smokes (CPI 1995)

-180: Water Distribution (CPI 1996)

-181: French Cemetery (CPI 1997)

-182: French Military Review (CPI 1998)

-183: French Military Cemetery (CPI 1999)

11/17 French Official Photographs, 184-193

-184: French Soldier (CPI 1569)

-185: Military Review (CPI 1570)

-186: French Troops (CPI 1571)

-187: Sentry Post (CPI 1572)

-188: Military Honors (CPI 1573)

-189: Military Honors (CPI 1574)

-190: Military Honors (CPI 1575)

-191: Camouflage (CPI 1576)

-192: At Saloniki (CPI 1577)

-193: Ruined Church (CPI 1578)

11/18 French Official Photographs, 194-210

-194: German Artillery (CPI 1608)

-195: Salvage (CPI 1609)

-196: Board Walks (CPI 1610)

-197: German Pill Box (CPI 1611)

-198: “After the Franco-British drive…” (CPI 1612)

-199: Regained Territory (CPI 1613)

-200: Wounded (CPI 1614)

-201: First Aid (CPI 1615)

-202: Red Cross (CPI 1616)

-203: First Aid (CPI 1617)

-204: No Man’s Land (CPI 1664)

-205: German Artillery (CPI 1665)

-206: Wire Entanglements (CPI 1666)

-207: In the Path of the Germans (CPI 1667)

-208: Macedonian Troops (CPI 1668)

-209: American Mission (CPI 1669)

-210: Flanders (CPI 1670)

11/19 French Official Photographs, 211-218

-211: Flanders (CPI 1718)

-212: Salvage (CPI 1719)

-213: Shell Shelter (CPI 1720)

-214: A Commander’s Post (CPI 1721)

-215: French Engineers (CPI 1722)

-216: Bridge Construction (CPI 1723)

-217: Regained Territory (CPI 1724)

-218: No Man’s Land (CPI 1725)

11/20 French Official Photographs, 222-240

-222: Guynemer’s Airplane (CPI 1901)

-223: Ruined Church (CPI 1902)

-224: Ruined Church (CPI 1903)

-225: Railroad Construction (CPI 1904)

-226: Serbian Troops (CPI 1905)

-227: Salvages (CPI 1906)

-228: Salvage (CPI 1907)

-229: Red Cross (CPI 1908)

-230: French Cemetery (CPI 1909)

-231: Americans in France (CPI 1882)

-232: Americans in France (CPI 1883)

-233: Military Honors (CPI 1884)

-234: American Military Review (2) (CPI 1885)

-235: American Military Review (CPI 1886)

-236: Americans in France (CPI 1887)

-238: Gen. Pershing (CPI 1889)

-239: American Military Review (CPI 1890)

-240: American Military Review (CPI 1891)

11/21 French Official Photographs, 241-250

-241: French Cantonment (CPI 2000)

-242: Transportation (CPI 2001)

-243: French Soldiers (CPI 2002)

-244: French Trenches (CPI 2003)

-245: French Hospital (CPI 2004)

-246: Transportation (CPI 2005)

-247: Observation Post (CPI 2006)

-248: Indo-Chinese Camp (CPI 2007)

-249: Aerial Torpedoes (CPI 2008)

-250: Regained Land (CPI 2009)

11/22 French Official Photographs, 251-260

-251: Guynemer Memorial (CPI 2010)

-252: French Aviators (CPI 2011)

-253: French Memorial Honors (CPI 2012)

-254: British Aviators (CPI 2013)

-255: French Military Review (CPI 2014)

-256: Guynemer Memorial (CPI 2015)

-257: Guynemer Memorial (CPI 2016)

-258: French Battle Standards (CPI 2017)

-259: Guynemer Memorial (CPI 2018)

-260: French Military Review (CPI 2019)

11/23 French Official Photographs, 261-270

-261: Military Honors (CPI 2020)

-262: Military Honors (CPI 2021)

-263: Belgian Church (CPI 2022)

-264: Reconstruction Work (CPI 2023)

-265: Reconstruction Work (CPI 2024)

-266: Reconstruction Work (CPI 2025)

-267: Verona, Italy (CPI 2026)

-268: Bridge Construction (CPI 2027)

-269: Belgian School (2) (CPI 2028)

-270: Wounded (CPI 2029)

11/24 French Official Photographs, 271-281

-271: Repairing Gun (CPI 2081)

-272: French Engineers (CPI 2082)

-273: French Engineers (CPI 2083)

-274: Regained Ground (CPI 2084)

-275: German Prisoners (2) (CPI 2085)

-276: No Man’s Land (CPI 2086)

-277: Regained Ground (2) (CPI 2087)

-278: French Observation Post (CPI 2088)

-279: French Troops (CPI 2089)

-280: Japanese Commission (CPI 2090)

-281: German Prisoners (CPI 2091)

11/25 French Official Photographs, 282-285

-282: In Palestine (CPI 2092)

-283: In Palestine (CPI 2093)

-284: In Palestine (CPI 2094)

-285: In Palestine (2) (CPI 2095)

11/26 French Official Photographs, 286-290

-286: German Trenches (CPI 2096)

-287: German Prisoners (CPI 2097)

-288: German Prisoners (CPI 2098)

-289: Poilu’s Grave (CPI 2099)

-290: Reconquered Ground (CPI 2100)

12/1 French Official Photographs, 299-313

-299: American Relief Work (CPI 2202)

-301: Supplies (CPI 2192)

-302: Protecting a French Village (CPI 2193)

-303: German Destruction (CPI 2194)

-304: German Destruction (CPI 2195)

-305: Verdun (CPI 2196)

-306: Ruined Church (CPI 2197)

-307: Salvage (CPI 2198)

-308: German Destruction (CPI 2199)

-309: Food (CPI 2200)

-310: Shell Shelters (CPI 2201)

-311: French Engineers (CPI 2203)

-312: German Vandalism (CPI 2204)

-313: Neutral Commission (CPI 2205)

12/2 French Official Photographs, 315-320

-315: The French in Alsace (CPI 2206)

-316: French Artillery (CPI 2207)

-317: French Cantonment (CPI 2208)

-318: Poilu’s Grave (CPI 2209)

-319: The French in Alsace (CPI 2210)

-320: Senegalese Troops (CPI 2211)

12/3 French Official Photographs, 381-390

-381: Neutral Commissioners See War’s Horrors (CP I2539)

-382: First Hand Information for the Press (CPI 2540)

-383: Gathering News at the Battle Front (CPI 2541)

-384: When Vandalism Reigned (CPI 2542)

-385: Ruins Where Architectural Splendor Once Was (CPI 2543)

-386: A Road through No Man’s Land (CPI 2544)

-387: Repairing Roads Destroyed by German Shells (CPI 2545)

-388: Repairing Roads of Victory (CPI 2546)

-389: Saluting the Tricolor (CPI 2547)

-390: The Allied Stronghold in the Balkans (CPI 2548)

-N/A: Ship Named General Pershing Soon to Carry

Supplies to Our Boys in France (CPI 2549)

-N/A: Gas Mask Drill (CPI 2551)

-N/A: Housing the Intelligence Division (CPI 2552)

-N/A: Undermining the Enemy’s Trenches (CPI 2554)

-N/A: The Charge Is Halted (CPI 2555)

12/4 French Official Photographs, 391-399

-391: Decorating the Standards (CPI 2680)

-392: First Aid at the Front (CPI 2681)

-393: Reconstruction while Destruction Reigns (CPI 2682)

-395: In the Path of the German Retreat (CPI 2684)

-396: Poilu Fecit (CPI 2685)

-397: Civilian and Military Honors for French Heroes (CPI 2686)

-398: Democracy’s Haven in the Balkans (CPI 2687)

-399: Reconstructing France (2) (CPI 2688)

-N/A: The Guns Pass in Review (2) (CPI 2668)

-N/A: Shadow Boxing (CPI 2674)

12/5 French Official Photographs, 400-420

-400: The Fate of a Taube (CPI 2689)

-411: How America Helps (CPI 2690)

-412: Trenchward Bound (CPI 2691)

-413: Where Italy Turned the Tide of War (CPI 2692)

-414: A Monument to Kultur (CPI 2693)

-415: Reconquered Ground (2) (CPI 2694)

-416: A Colored Snapshot (CPI 2695)

-417: German Prisoners (CPI 2696)

-418: Besting Mother Nature (CPI 2697)

-419: Shells Replace Prayers (CPI 2698)

-420: The Idol of the Italians (CPI 2699)

12/6 French Official Photographs, 421-436

-421: The Cavalry Comes into Its Own (CPI 2700)

-422: France’s Highest Honors (CPI 2701)

-423: The Imprint of a German Heel (CPI 2702)

-424: Stone Quarries in Alsace (CPI 2703)

-425: A Regiment’s Highest Honor (CPI 2704)

-426: Leaving the Field of Review (CPI 2705)

-427: Honors for French Heroes (CPI 2706)

-428: Heroic Airman Honored (CPI 2707)

-429: After the Allied Conference (CPI 2708)

-430: Building for Permanence (CPI 2709)

-431: Fuel for Fighters (CPI 2710)

-432: Doing Her Bit amid War Dangers (CPI 2711)

-433: French Women Speed War Industries (CPI 2712)

-435: Capping the Shells (CPI 2714)

-436: No Prohibition of This Liquor (CPI 2715)

-N/A: Chinese Salvage Workers in France (CPI 8493)

12/7 French Official Photographs, 431A-440

-431A: Food for an Army and Food for Thought (CPI 2779)

-432A: Rest before the Battle (CPI 2780)

-433A: The Destruction of the Temples (CPI 2781)

-434: Salvaging War’s Waste (CPI 2713)

-434A: The Peaceful Home of a Peaceful People (CPI 2782)

-435A: The Explosion of a German Shell (CPI 2783)

-436A: Women Back France’s Victorious Troops (CPI 2784)

-437: The Steel-Coated Ball of Death (2) (CPI 2716)

-437A: A Supply Station behind the Lines (CPI 2785)

-438: A Message to the Germans (CPI 2717)

-439: A French Cartridge Factory (CPI 2718)

-440: Backing up Her Poilu (CPI 2719)

-N/A: Naval Club (CPI 2721)

-N/A: Bringing the Guns into Action (CPI 2735)

-N/A: Field Hospital Drill (2) (CPI 2736)

-N/A: Can You Recognize Your Boy? (CPI 2737)

-N/A: Our Field Guns in Action (CPI 2740)

-N/A: The Salute of the Military Police (CPI 2744)

12/8 French Official Photographs, 451-460

-451: The Dinner Whistle Succeeds Where the Germans Fail (CPI 4397)

-452: Backing up Her Poilu (CPI 4398)

-453: Blazing a Teuton Trail (CPI 4399)

-454: The Lone Needle (CPI 4400)

-455: A German Grenade Base (CPI 4401)

-456: Heroes of a World Wide War (CPI 4402)

-457: The Roadbed of a New Railway (CPI 4403)

-458: A Heroic Leader of Heroes (CPI 4404)

-459: A Monument to Kultur (CPI 4405)

-460: Misery’s Misery (CPI 4406)

12/9 French Official Photographs, 501-530

-501: Main Street, Vancourt (CPI 4417)

-502: The Destroyer of Men Robs Nature of Her Beauty (CPI 4418)

-503: A House of Prayer after the Germans Came (CPI 4419)

-504: The Result of a Trench Raid (CPI 4420)

-505: The Wheels of Industry Are Hushed (CPI 4421)

-506: Where Vancourt Worshipped before War Came (CPI 4422)

-507: The Round-up of the Trouble Makers (2) (CPI 4423)

-508: The Camera at the Fighting Front (CPI 4424)

-509: The Supremacy of Christ (CPI 4425)

-510: Rebuilding Shell-Wrecked Roads (CPI 4426)

-511: Rushing Guns and Ammunition to the Italian Front (CPI 4838)

-512: The Only Argument the Germans Understand (CPI 4839)

-513: Where the Hun Hoards Halted (CPI 4840)

-515: The French Military Council in Italy (CPI 4842)

-516: The War Correspondents Invade Venice (CPI 4843)

-517: They Have Not Died in Vain (CPI 4844)

-518: Ruins of the Citadel Which Once Overlooked the Valley (CPI 4845)

-519: Changing the Map (CPI 4846)

-520: The Poilus Turn Cliff Dwellers (CPI 4847)

-521: French Grenades on Greek Soil (CPI 4878)

-522: Greece Calls for French Aid (CPI 4879)

-523: The French Guns Roar in Greece (CPI 4880)

-524: Greece Prepares to Take a Hand (CPI 4881)

-525: Wounded Poilus Rearward Bound (CPI 4882)

-526: Greek Gunners for French Guns (CPI 4883)

-527: Solving the Balkan Riddle (CPI 4884)

-528: Greece Accepts the Teuton Gage (CPI 4885)

-529: A Town Sacred in the Memory of Americans (CPI 4886)

-530: Here America Shed Her First Drop of Blood (CPI 4887)

-541: The Poilu Goes Sightseeing (CPI 4998)

-542: Helping Old Sol Vanquish the Snows of Yesteryear (CPI 4999)

-543: Monday in Alsace (CPI 5000)

-544: Snow Covers the Ruins of Craonne (CPI 5001)

-545: A Double Welcome for This Scotch Lassie (CPI 5002)

-546: Tales of Valor (CPI 5003)

-547: Signs of French Success (CPI 5004)

-548: Harbingers of Spring (CPI 5005)

-549: A Greek Stew (CPI 5006)

-550: A Halt in a Long Day’s Drill (CPI 5007)

12/10

French Official Photographs, 531-540

-531: Fodder for Fighters (CPI 5013)

-532: Answering the Call of the Artillery Horses (CPI 5014)

-533: Buying Goodies to Supplement Trench Fare (CPI 5015)

-534: Medieval Beauty Offers Itself to Mars (CPI 5016)

-535: The Alpino Rendezvous (CPI 5017)

-536: Discovering the Beauties of Their Own Country (CPI 5018)

-537: The Doves of Victory and Peace at the Feet of the Allies (CPI 5019)

-538: War Clouds Sunny Italian Skies (CPI 5020)

-539: The Bustle of War Invades the Tranquility of an Italian Village (CPI 5021)

-540: The Peaceful Stream of Tranquility Wends Its Way into the Bloody River Piave (CPI 5022)

12/11 French Official Photographs, 551-570

-551: “Once Over” Over There (CPI 5275)

-552: A Canal the German Hordes Will Never See (CPI 5276)

-553: Spring Plowing in War Time (CPI 5277)

-554: An International Clasp of Friendship (CPI 5278)

-555: French Honors for Belgian Generals (CPI 5279)

-556: The Salute of the Allied Aviators (CPI 5280)

-557: The Allied Aviators Pass Inspection (CPI 5281)

-558: Honoring the King of a War Ravaged Country (CPI 5282)

-559: Mars Paints a Landscape (CPI 5283)

-560: A House of Prayer behind the First Line Trenches (CPI 5284)

-561: Peaceful Pursuits to Hasten War’s End (CPI 5285)

-562: Once More under the Tricolor of France (CPI 5286)

-563: Buzzing Their Way to Victory (CPI 5287)

-564: Canadian Lumberjacks on the French Front (CPI 5288)

-565: Desolation Marks Where Industry Thrived (CPI 5289)

-566: American Correspondents on the Western Front (CPI 5290)

-567: Reconstructing Ruined Railways (CPI 5291)

-568: Entente Cordiale (CPI 5292)

-569: French Decorations for Belgian Heroes (CPI 5293)

-570: Ruining a Nations Industry (CPI 5294)

12/12 French Official Photographs, 571-580

-571: A House of Worship after an Air-Raid (CPI 5312)

-572: The Poilu Hears from Home (CPI 5313)

-573: Destroying Bridges behind Them (CPI 5314)

-574: Soldiers Pray in War-Ridden Churches (CPI 5315)

-575: Halting the Allied Advance (CPI 5316)

-576: The Germans Passed By (CPI 5317)

-577: A Monument to German Kultur (CPI 5318)

-578: Ruins of a French Chateau (CPI 5319)

-579: A Cooperative Dining Room behind the French Lines (CPI 5320)

-580: A Destroyed German Trench (CPI 5321)

12/13 French Official Photographs, 581-599

-581: Reconstructing Belgian Roads (CPI 5295)

-582: American Food for Belgian Fighters (2) (CPI 5296)

-583: Sharing Her Simple Meal with Her Protectors (CPI 5297)

-584: Lumberjacks Continue Peace Work in War Time (CPI 5298)

-585: Speeding up Lumber Production behind the Battle Front (CPI 5299)

-586: Spiteful German Shells Wreck French Industries (CPI 5300)

-587: Holding a Permanent Grip on Alsace (CPI 5301)

-588: War Again Brands Alsace for Its Own (CPI 5302)

-589: Angels of Mercy Aid Allies Despite Wintry Snows (CPI 5303)

-590: Brave Women of Scotland Care for Wounded Allies (CPI 5304)

-591: Planning a Trench Attack (2) (CPI 5312)

-592: A Glory of France Now Dust (CPI 5313A)

-593: A Camouflaged Road on the Western Front (CPI 5314A)

-594: Trench Shelters (CPI 5315A)

-595: A Grenade Reception for a Hun Attack (2) (CPI 5316A)

-596: Snow Blanketed Ruins of France (CPI 5317A)

-597: German Prisoners Captured in a French Raid (CPI 5318A)

-598: Watching the American Troops Pass By (CPI 5319A)

-599: Poilu Sends Boche a War Token (CPI 5320A)

12/14 French Official Photographs, 600-620

-600: [group of men, a dog, and tents] (CPI 5321A)

-601: Refugees Saving Their Meagre Possessions (CPI 5653)

-602: The Path of the Hun Retreat (CPI 5654)

-603: Destruction Reigns Where Peace Dwelt (CPI 5655)

-604: Scotch Lassies Become Good Samaritans on the French Front (CPI 5656)

-605: Proofs of a Teuton Defeat (CPI 5657)

-606: The Taube over the Italian Trenches (CPI 5658)

-607: Krupp Shells Mark Soissons City Hall (CPI 5659)

-608: A Teuton Monument (CPI 5660)

-609: Interallied Comradeship (CPI 5661)

-610: Enforced Prohibition (CPI 5662)

-611: One of the Ruins That Dot the French Landscape (CPI 5663)

-612: Harvesting French Crops with German Implements (CPI 5664)

-613: Where France Turned Back the German Tide (CPI 5665)

-614: Where Flows the Peaceful Meuse (CPI 5666)

-615: The Couriers’ Relay Station (CPI 5667)

-616: Snow Blankets Belgian Ruins (CPI 5668)

-617: Observing Enemy Movements (CPI 5669)

-618: Where Italian Wounded Recover (CPI 5670)

-619: A Scratch of the Teuton Claw (CPI 5671)

-620: The Deserted Village (CPI 5672)

12/15 French Official Photographs, 621-639

-621: Food for Fighters (CPI 5835)

-622: General Petain’s Guard of Honor (CPI 5836)

-623: Snow Blankets the Dugouts of France (CPI 5837)

-624: The Surgical Ward of the Field Hospital (CPI 5838)

-625: Life-Savers (CPI 5839)

-626: Back to the Trenches Again (CPI 5840)

-627: Watching German Prisoners Pass By (CPI 5841)

-628: He Stemmed the Teuton Tide in Italy (CPI 5842)

-629: The Review of the Victors (CPI 5843)

-630: The Allied Clasp of Victory (CPI 5844)

-631: The Parade of the Victorious Chasseurs (CPI 5845)

-632: French Bests Germany in Italy (CPI 5846)

-633: The Kiss of Valor (CPI 5847)

-634: The Zeppelin Reaches Paris at Last (CPI 5848)

-635: The Khaki on the Marne (CPI 5849)

-636: Springing a Spring Surprise (CPI 5850)

-637: War Turns Canines into Beasts of Burden (CPI 5851)

-638: Dogs Do Their Bit (CPI 5852)

-639: Training the Dogs of the Hospital Division (CPI 5852)

13/1 French Official Photographs, 640-660

-640: The Bomb Proof Field Hospital (CPI 5854)

-641: France Honors Her Stricken Ally (CPI 5855)

-642: The Mark of the Beast (CPI 5856)

-643: Italy’s Glory the Kaiser’s Dream (CPI 5857)

-644: Hidden from Enemy Airmen (CPI 5858)

-645: British Reinforcements Reach the Italian Front (CPI 5859)

-646: The German Army Passed Here (CPI 5860)

-647: Back to the Firing Lines (CPI 5861)

-648: Shipping Guns to the Front (CPI 5862)

-649: The Review of the Poilus (CPI 5863)

-650: The Guns Leave for the Front (CPI 5864)

-651: A Bridge the Teutons Could Not Hold (CPI 5865)

-652: The Trail That Leads Trenchward (CPI 5866)

-653: Clearing Alsatian Roads for a French Offensive (CPI 5867)

-654: Teutons Destroy another Church (CPI 5868)

-655: Decorating French Heroes (CPI 5869)

-656: The Commander of the French Forces in Italy (CPI 5870)

-657: Coucy Again in French Hands (CPI 5871)

-658: The Tricolor Again Flies in Alsace (CPI 5872)

-659: The Poilu on Greek Soil (CPI 5873)

-660: Teuton Gunners Use Historic Church as a Target (CPI 5874)

13/2 French Official Photographs, 661-680

-661: Snow Blankets Aisne Dugouts (CPI 6718)

-662: Work Helps German Prisoners Break Camp Monotony (CPI 6719)

-663: Shopping Supplies for Trench Fighters (CPI 6720)

-664: Embarking for the Battle Front (CPI 6721)

-665: Poilu Gets His War Cross (CPI 6722)

-666: German Prisoners Clear French City Streets (CPI 6723)

-667: Reviewing the Victorious Chasseurs (CPI 6724)

-668: The Salute to the Tricolor (CPI 6725)

-669: Officers Trenchward Bound (CPI 6726)

-670: The Review before the Battle (CPI 6727)

-671: The French Leaders in Italy (CPI 6728)

-672: He Led the Poilus to Victory (CPI 6729)

-673: Neutrals See War Horrors (CPI 6730)

-674: Neutrals Learn War Strategy (CPI 6731)

-675: “Papa” Joffre Greets Spanish Mission (CPI 6732)

-676: The Salute to the Victorious Colors (CPI 6733)

-677: Entraining Horses for the Front (CPI 6734)

-678: Artillery Horses Entrained for the Battle Front (CPI 6735)

-679: The Horse Does His Bit (CPI 6736)

-680: Rushing Horses to the Front (CPI 6737)

13/3

French Official Photographs, 681-699

-681: The Shell-Wrecked Cathedral of Soissons (CPI 6433)

-682: A German Objective (CPI 6434)

-683: The Water Front at Soissons (CPI 6435)

-684: A Krupp Target (CPI 6436)

-685: The Famous Le Pont Anglais That Spanned the Aisne (CPI 6437)

-686: The Cathedral of Soissons after the Bombardment (CPI 6438)

-687: No Man’s Land Again French Territory (CPI 6439)

-688: In a Sector Held by Our Own Troops (CPI 6440)

-689: A Military House of Worship (CPI 6441)

-690: The Japanese Learn the Art of War (CPI 6442)

-691: The Camouflaged Gun Shelters (CPI 6443)

-692: Former German Prize Now French Headquarters (CPI 6444)

-693: A Glory of Italy Now a German Target (CPI 6445)

-694: Teutons Shell Where Noted German Died (CPI 6446)

-695: The Rialto of Venice (CPI 6447)

-696: In Reconquered Alsace (CPI 6448)

-697: The Army Junk Pile (CPI 6449)

-698: The Cycle Squad Leaves for the Front (CPI 6450)

-699: The Interior of the Olympian Theater Which Was Bombed by the Teutons (CPI 6451)

13/4 French Official Photographs, 700-721

-700: A Teuton Objective? (CPI 6452)

-701: A Franco-American Field Canteen (CPI 6453)

-702: Repairing Alsatian Roads (CPI 6454)

-703: Building Barricades (CPI 6455)

-704: French Dogs Do Their Bit for Democracy (CPI 6456)

-705: The Review of the Trench Dogs (CPI 6457)

-706: Winter Quarters (CPI 6458)

-707: Lapine Cathedral Escaped Destruction (CPI 6459)

-708: Bellville a Mass of Ruins (CPI 6460)

-709: An Imitation Gun Hides German Retreat (CPI 6461)

-710: Soissons Ruins (CPI 6462)

-711: An Improvised Army Kitchen (CPI 6463)

-712: The Ruins of a Church Wrecked by German Shell (CPI 6464)

-713: The Ruined Church at Roye (CPI 6465)

-714: An Allied Stronghold (CPI 6466)

-715: A German Cemetery on French Soil (CPI 6467)

-716: The Ruins of Arras (CPI 6468)

-717: The Poilu Barber Plies His Trade in Greece (CPI 6469)

-718: All Eager to Subscribe to the French Loan (2) (CPI

6470)

-719: The Schneider Ready for Action (CPI 6471)

-720: Bridge Building in Alsace (CPI 6472)

13/5 French Official Photographs, 721-740

-721: Battling Alsatian Snows (CPI 6473)

-723: French Relief Leaves for Alsatian Front (CPI 6475)

-724: The Peaceful Thur Again in French Hands (CPI 6476)

-726: Members of France’s Lumberjack Army Off for the Woods (CPI 6477)

-727: A Bombarded Alsatian Church (CPI 6478)

-728: Noyon (CPI 6479)

-729: The Mule Train (CPI 6480)

-730: Where the First German Drive Was Turned (CPI 6481)

-731: Bringing up the Guns for the Spring Campaign (CPI 6482)

-732: Reinforcements Arrive in Alsace (CPI 6483)

-734: The Snow Blanketed Supply Station (CPI 6484)

-735: The Snow Shovel Replaces the Gun (CPI 6485)

-736: Snow Covered Alsatian Ruins (CPI 6486)

-737: French Troops Now Hold the Tnur River (CPI 6487)

-738: Denuding Alsatian Forests for Army Needs (CPI 6488)

-739: The Vosges after the Storm (CPI 6489)

-740: Clearing Alsatian Roads (CPI 6490)

13/6 French Official Photographs, 733-750

-733: An Alsatian Snowscape (CPI 6862)

-741: The French Mission (CPI 6911)

-742: The Old French Trenches near the Marne (CPI 6912)

-743: The Bombarded College at Verdun (CPI 6913)

-744: A Quarry (CPI 6914)

-745: A Wrecked Sugar Factory (CPI 6915)

-746: The Road to Peronne (CPI 6916)

-747: A Camp Scene (CPI 6917)

-748: Malgache Troops (CPI 6918)

-749: Hospital Attendants (CPI 6919)

-750: A Shell Bursts in the Valley (CPI 6920)

13/7 French Official Photographs, 751-770

-751: French Blockhouses (CPI 7004)

-752: Transporting Supplies (CPI 7005)

-753: French Ruins (CPI 7006)

-754: A French Customs House (CPI 7007)

-755: Temporary Hospital Barracks (CPI 7008)

-756: A Camouflaged Foot Bridge (CPI 7009)

-758: A Bombarded French Church (CPI 7010)

-759: The Headquarters Staff at Verdun (CPI 7011)

-760: “M. Clemenceau examining…” (CPI 7858)

-761: A French Regimental Staff (CPI 7012)

-762: A French Village after a German Bombardment (CP 7013)

-763: A Ruin in Borgnes (CPI 7014)

-764: French Shelters (CPI 7015)

-765: A Shell Ridden Church (CPI 7016)

-766: A Commander’s Post (CPI 7017)

-767: The Belgium Fighting Front (CPI 7018)

-768: “Arrival of English Relief troops…” (CPI 7859)

-769: “Soldiers of an English Relief…” (CPI 7860)

-770: A French Munitions Plant (CPI 7019)

13/8 French Official Photographs, 771-789

-772: Ruins of the Rheims Library (CPI 6792)

-773: [snowy building] (CPI 6793)

-774: French Troops Excavating a Tunnel (CPI 6794)

-775: Completing a Communication Trench (2) (CPI 6795)

-776: The Snow Covered Ruins at Rheims (CPI 6796)

-777: A Shelled Wrecked House in Italy (CPI 6797)

-778: Saving Priceless Statuary (2) (CPI 6798)

-779: The Defenses near Parroy (CPI 6799)

-780: Blockhouses for Trench Fighters (CPI 6800)

-781: A Military Road in Palestine (CPI 6801)

-782: An Allied Camp in Palestine (CPI 6802)

-783: A Friendly Game (CPI 6803)

-784: Farriers in Horizon Blue (CPI 6804)

-785: An Army Scullion (CPI 6805)

-786: A Camouflaged Dining Room (CPI 6806)

-787: The Army Woodcutter (CPI 6807)

-788: Lunch Booth in the Scottish Hospital (CPI 6808)

-789: French Troops off to Repair Italian Roads (CPI 6809)

13/9 French Official Photographs, 790-800

-790: French Patrol an Alsatian Town (CPI 6810)

-791: The River Galiki (CPI 6830)

-792: A Destroyed Factory (CPI 6831)

-793: Orderlies of the General Staff (CPI 6832)

-794: A Commander’s Post (CPI 6833)

-795: Snow Blankets the Vosges Mountains (CPI 6834)

-796: Alsatian Town in French Hands (CPI 6835)

-797: The Wrecked Railway Station (CPI 6836)

-798: A Street Scene in Verdun (CPI 6837)

-799: A Study in Silhouettes (CPI 6838)

-800: The Snow Covered Barracks (CPI 6839)

13/10 French Official Photographs, 832-904

-832: “Constructing wire entanglements…”

-833: “In the Aisne District, French engineers…”

-834: “General Petain distributing tobacco…”

-836: “A relief army crossing devastated woods.”

-838: “French engineers quarrying stone…”

-848: “Fishing smacks in the harbor.” (2)

-849: “A Greek destroyer at anchor in the harbor.”

-852: “Ruins caused by a German bombardment.”

-862: “One of the canteens placed in various parts…”

-864: “French engineers constructing an underground…”

-865: “An earth conveyer used in excavation work…”

-866: “Grooms at work in a cavalry camp.”

-868: “At a post command.”

-869: “A 77mm anti-airplane gun showing…”

-870: “A 77mm anti-airplane gun under its camouflage.”

-877: “A convoy of wagons enroute…”

-904: “A halt for rest on the roadside of Maubeuge.”

13/11 French Official Photographs, 921-930

-921: “English troops near a relief station…” (CPI 8048)

-922: “English relief troops resting…” (CPI 8049)

-923: “An infantry regiment of French…” (2) (CPI 8050)

-924: “Blacksmith at work…” (CPI 8051)

-925: “American blacksmith at work…” (CPI 8052)

-926: “A French soldier guarding…” (CPI 8053)

-927: “French officers examining…” (CPI 8054)

-928: “General Benat and an American…” (CPI 8055)

-929: “A distribution of decorations…” (CPI 8056)

-930: “Arrival of English Relief troops…” (CPI 8057)

13/12 French Official Photographs, 931-950

-“Arrival of English troops…” (CPI 7862)

-933: “Field kitchens with an artillery…” (CPI 7863)

-934: “The colonel of a sharpshooters…” (CPI 7864)

-935: “The Canadian Mission visiting…” (CPI 7865)

-936: “A French aviation camp…” (CPI 7866)

-937: “A group of French officers…” (CPI 7867)

-939: “Ruins of a church…” (CPI 7869)

-940: “Headquarters of a commanding…” (CPI 7870)

-941: “A commander’s headquarters…” (CPI 7871)

-942: “Headquarters of a commanding…” (CPI 7872)

-943: “At the headquarters…” (CPI 7873)

-944: “Shell shelters…” (CPI 7874)

-945: “General conversing with a member…” (CPI 7875)

-946: “Shell shelters and a fortified…” (CPI 7876)

-947: “A narrow pathway leading…” (CPI 7877)

-948: “The Canadian Mission visiting…” (CPI 7878)

-949: “In Milan, General Fayolle…” (CPI 7879)

-950: “In Milan after reviewing…” (CPI 7880)

13/13

French Official Photographs, 951-970

-951: “A dirigible in flight…” (CPI 8028)

-952: “A French infantry regiment…” (CPI 8029)

-953: “French soldiers after a gas attack…” (CPI 8030)

-954: “Damemarie during the visit…” (CPI 8031)

-955: “Mr. Clemenceau examining…” (CPI 8032)

-956: “One of the officers behind…” (CPI 8033)

-957: “Shelter for safety against…” (CPI 8034)

-958: “A church entirely destroyed…” (CPI 8035)

-959: “Saluting the flag…” (CPI 8036)

-960: “After the distribution…” (CPI 8037)

-961: “General de Maud’huy reviewing…” (CPI 8038)

-962: “An infantry regiment marching…” (CPI 8039)

-963: “General de Maud’huy and…” (CPI 8040)

-964: “Transporting the cases containing…” (CPI 8041)

-965: “Constructing barbed wire…” (CPI 8042)

-966: “General Benat and an American…” (CPI 8043)

-967: “A Canadian Mission visiting…” (CPI 8044)

-968: “A Canadian Mission visiting…” (CPI 8045)

-969: “A French regiment of infantry…” (CPI 8046)

-970: “An infantry maneuver…” (CPI 8047)

13/14 French Official Photographs, 971-980

-971: “A battalion of French troops…” (CPI 7881)

-972: “Types of American soldiers…” (CPI 7882)

-973: “Transportation of American…” (CPI 7883)

-974: “Review of a division…” (CPI 7884)

-975: “French troops marching…” (CPI 7885)

-976: “M. Clemenceau and General…” (CPI 7886)

-977: “General Benat and an American…” (CPI 7887)

-978: “The camp barber at work…” (CPI 7888)

-979: “Russian soldiers dancing…” (CPI 7889)

-980: “View of the field kitchens…” (CPI 7890)

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