Military personnel; Soldiers; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Hats; Helmets
A young soldier, whom Ammons believes to be named Clark, at the signal base on Vung Chua Mountain. He is in a camouflage-green helmet and wears a flak vest over his uniform. Stacks of sandbags can be seen behind him near the entrance to a bunker.
A group of five African-American girls are gathered together near a wooden fence and wooden house. Several of the girls are smiling. A white woman in a long dress can be seen in the background walking the other way.
African-American woman with her hand on a young child's head. Both are cleanly dressed but barefoot. The young child is positioned behind her toy high chair, smiling into the camera. The woman seems to be squinting or frowning.
Tintype of two unidentified young men, seated next to one another. Both men are dressed in jackets, ties, vests, and are wearing hats. One of the men has his arm draped casually around the other man's shoulder. He holds a cigarette in his other...
This is the signature page for Hardy A. Mitchener, Jr.'s diary during his imprisonment in Germany during World War II. He has signed it, "H.A. Mitchener 2nd Lt. A.C." The YMCA insignia can also be seen.
Militias; Military training; Military maneuvers; Boys; Teenagers; Young adults
Newspaper clipping featureing Seventh Regiment personnel who participated in the first large-scale maneuvers for the Tennessee State Guard that were held in Cookeville August 13-15, 1943. The two photographs contrast the types and ages of men who...
Women; Students; Universities & colleges; Young adults; Automobiles; Trees
Young female students shown in various poses: laying on the school lawn, standing posed with one foot on the school lawn, standing in front of an automobile, sitting on an automobile, and climbing a tree on campus.
Sheet music covers; Children; Families; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Lithograph from a photograph of three young children serves as the centerpiece of the cover of a Civil War-era song, dedicated by the author, James G. Clark, to J. Francis Bourns M.D. of Philadelphia, Pa.
This page in Mitchener's POW diary from World War II shows a song along with a tiny illustration of a soldier in prison. The song is called "Thanks for the Memories" and is attributed to L. G. Young, POW. The song is a parody and makes light of the...
Armories; Military facilities; Military depots; Military training; Military inspections; Barbecues; Military officers; Militias
Five uniformed members of the Tennessee State Guard are seated as they eat their barbecue in the Clarksville Armory. The meal was served following the military program staged at the facility by the 2nd Regiment of the Tennessee State Guard on...