Military headquarters; Log cabins; Military officers; Military uniforms
Union General Joseph Hooker with generals and staff. Hooker appears as the central figure (Number 3); Number 2 is General Daniel Butterfield; Number 1 is General John W. Geary; and Number 4 is General William G. Le Duc. A Capt. Hall and Capt....
The caption reads, "Second Bn. 105th Engineers Hdq. Near Brandhock." Writing on the picture reads, "2nd Bn. Hdq. Brandhock Belgium." Several buildings can be seen in the picture next to a wooden walkway.
Military training; Military maneuvers; Military headquarters; Military uniforms; Military rations; Sutlers
Color lithograph of the 1st Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, in camp before the battle of Shiloh. The lithograph is based on a drawing by a soldier in the regiment. Pictured are tents, military equipment, and soldiers involved in various activities,...
Militias; Military officers; Military maneuvers; Military headquarters; Military facilities; Military intelligence
The men of the Headquarters of the Second Brigade, Tennessee State Guard, are shown performing various duties which would be expected of them. They are pictured seated behind desks, on the telephone, examining maps, and monitoring radio equipment.
Sandbags; Fortifications; Castles & palaces; Military headquarters; War; Poperinge (Belgium); World War, 1914-1918
Caption reads: "Gold Fish Chateau constructed into a Brigade Hdq. By 105 Engrs. Located on Poperinghe-Ypres Road." The Chateau is a three story building, made up mostly of brick. Sandbags, used for fortification, are stacked outside the entrance.
Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Military vehicles; Trucks; Automobiles; Horses; Military facilities; Military headquarters; Campaigns & battles; War; World War 1914-1918; Vehicles
"View in front of the 30th Division Headquarters, showing heavy traffic caused by the transportation of British, American, & Australian war material to the battle lines. Montbrehain, Aisne, France. October 14, 1918." Numerous vehicles, troops,...