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"Americans out for a little recreation with the Huns' carriage, taken in the American drive on the Hindenburg section at Bellicourt. Bellicourt, Aisne, France. October 10, 1918." Several American soldiers are pictured examining a German carriage....
Military pass issued by the Provost Marshal's office to Mrs. Spencer for herself, her carriage, and driver through Federal lines to three miles out Lebanon Pike- good for 60 days. Signed by Captain H. H. Curling, Assistant Provost Marshal.
This etching pictures the front of Tremont House, also known as Tremont Hotel. A scant view of Beacon Street is provided at the right side of the image--the hotel being located at the intersection of Tremont and Beacon Streets. Flavor is provided...
Small flyer advertising the showing of "Forty Days a King," the coronation festivities of George V of Great Britain, presented by the Kinemacolor Company in America. There is a photograph of the Coronation carriage.
Black and white photograph of the front entrance of Gorman & Boone's Arena of Wild and Trained Animals at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. People are standing at the entrance. A carriage is located in the foreground.
Horse-drawn carriage travelling past stone monuments on Kelly Field in Chickamauga National Military Park. Closest statue commemorates the 7th Virginia Infantry.; The reverse side lists the postcard as "no. 2176, Chattanooga, Tenn."