Sergeant Alvin C. York, as a miller, driving his truck into Jamestown, Tennessee, with a load of "York Special" home-ground corn meal. Four men are riding in the back of the truck with the bags of corn meal.
Diagram of the area at Camp Forrest detailing the location of the different posts for the Second Provisional Regiment of the Tennessee State Guard during their maneuvers to be held March 25 to April 1, 1944.
Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia memorializing those Union prisoners who died at the Andersonville Confederate Prison, as well as all other American prisoners of war. The Tennessee Union Soldiers' Monument, dedicated to those lost in...
Mortars (Ordnance); Artillery (Weaponry); Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Arms & armament
Five soldiers surround an 81 mm mortar as one of them prepares to fire it. Their faces are down and their hands are over their ears. The walls around the group are constructed from ammunition boxes that have been filled with dirt and nailed...
Parks; Mills; Water mills; Flour & meal industry; Millraces
The photograph is taken from a position overlooking the Alvin C. York grist mill, located in the Sgt. Alvin C. York State Historic Park. The two-story millhouse can be seen behind the milldam that straddles the Wolf River.
Prisons; Prisoners of war; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities
Pencil sketch of one side of this prison for Confederate soldiers drawn by Dr. William Mark Eames, Federal surgeon. On the back of the image appears the notation, "Picture of Fort Deleware Del which Dr drew while there in 1864 guarding rebel...
This page in Mitchener's diary from World War II includes a drawing of the toilet facilities at the camp. On the top of the page, he has written, "The Germans had a name for it. 'Abort' ---" Underneath the drawing, he has written, "Busy Corner (3...
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.
Education; Education - Tennessee; Education - History - Tennessee; School buildings - Tennessee
Angled view of a dilapidated single-room school on a barren yard. The building is constructed of hewn logs. Wide chinks are visible between the planks. Two rows of single-paned windows run along the side of the structure.