Propaganda; Publicity; Public opinion; Slogans; Press
Uniformed Tennessee State Guard member with rifle in hand with a backdrop of a manufacturing plant and railroad. There is listed the criteria for enlistment and the individuals to contact, along with businesses and individuals who paid for the...
Cartoons (Commentary); Political cartoons; Propaganda; Publicity; Public opinion; Slogans; Press
A man sitting pondering perhaps his future and a directive as to how he might join the Second Infantry Brigade, Tennessee State Guard. A drawing of a soldier with his compatriots charging was also positioned on the page.
Boys; Teenagers; Young adults; Military maneuvers; Military training
Four sixteen-year-olds who are gaining experience for when they attain regular Army age are shown with a twenty-six-year-old machine gun trooper. This photograph was taken during the Seventh Regiment's Large-Scale Maneuvers which took place in...
Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Helmets; Military medicine; Military hospitals; Medical equipment & supplies; Litters; Gas masks; Horses; Campaigns & battles; World War, 1914-1918; War casualties; Carts and Wagons; Mules
Members of the 137th Ambulance Co. transport wounded soldiers to the hospital at Camp de Galbert. One mule pulls three carts that are attached to one another in single file.
War; War relief; War damage; First aid; Emergency medical services; Military hospitals; World War, 1914-1918
Photograph pictures a first aid station located on the Rue de dixmude at the "Dead End" of the Ypres Canal. The facility's location is marked by a Red Cross flag. The area is surrounded by wartime destruction and debree. The image features shelled...
This photograph is taken of the "Dead End" of the Ypres Canal and looking southeast. Pictured are a factory chimney, the remains of the tower of "Cloth Hall," the first aid station, and Rue de Dixmude.
World War, 1914-1918; Sailors; African Americans; Warships; Arms & armament; Naval warfare
Unidentified seamen aboard the U.S.S. Rambler during convoy escort duty. The men are operating the ship's 3"/50 gun. The inscription on the photograph incorrectly identifies the ship as the U.S.S. Rumpler.