Dr. William Key stands next to Beautiful Jim Key in front of a large white house, at home in Shelbyville, Tennessee. Monk can be seen on a nearby chair, and another person is sitting in a chair near a door.
This small print of a man on a horse (with the words, "Bernhardt Wall, Etcher," underneath it) serves as the signature page or insignia of Bernhardt Wall, the artist who created this book of Andrew Jackson prints.
Alvin C. York standing with four other men. The man to York's right is Jesse Lasky, legendary film producer, who was the primary producer for the 1941 film, "Sergeant York," about York's exploits in the First World War. Lasky's son, Jesse Jr.,...
Soldiers; Marching; Farms; Mules; Dogs; Swine; Roosters; Arrivals & departures; Families; Farewells; World War, 1914-1918
Comical drawing in which a soldier with rifle on his shoulder marches off to World War I down a dirt road and leaves in the background mother, father, sweetheart, a dog, and a mule sticking its head out of a barn. American flags are being waved by...
Drawing of life inside Andersonville Prisoner of War Camp. Large central image depicts events in the camp and are numbered with a legend beneath describing each. Images of specific events surround the central image.
Veterans; Portrait photographs; Military standards; Flagpoles; Daggers & swords; Dogs
Confederate veteran John B. Kennedy is seated outdoors surrounded by his saber, his canteen, his cane, and a small dog. The flag of his regiment, the 3rd Tennessee Infantry, hangs on a pole behind him.
War; World War, 1914-1918; Dogs; Military officers; Uniforms; Military personnel; Campaigns & battles
The caption reads, "Capt. George of "C" Co. and "Fritz." Fritz was captured from the German at Busigny. Besides his three service stripes he has a wound stripe for a gassing. They are standing in front of a fence. Houses are visible behind the...