Military depots; Military life; People; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Storehouses; Warehouses; Guards; Standing
Rear view of Eaton Depot with a soldier standing guard. The Capitol, Downtown Presbyterian Church and Maxwell House Hotel are visible in the background. An inscription in the lower left corner reads, "James F. Rusling, Nash."
Civil Wars; War; Slaves; Agriculture; Political issues; Cities & towns
Excerpts from the Robert H. Cartmell Diaries. They contain full commentaries on the nature of his farm operation, the weather, and the fluctuations of the cotton market. They contain thoughtful comments on politics and candidates for office and...
Armored vehicles; Tanks (Military science); Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Military facilities; Signal stations
Two South Korean soldiers of the Tiger Division appear riding on an armored personnel carrier that has the image of a tiger painted on the front. To the left are the mountains and to the right and behind the tank are at least one soldier, some...
Armored vehicles; Tanks (Military science); Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Arms & armament; Military facilities
Soldiers from the South Korean Tiger Division with an armored personnel carrier (APC). The APC proved unusable in the mountains. Binh Khe in the Binh Dinh Province of Vietnam. Note: a non-color-corrected master TIFF copy is also available.
Log cabin quilt made by Martha Crisp, a Civil War widow. General Grant visited her farm, located close to the Confederate lines at Fort Donelson, and made her home his headquarters for the duration of the battle there.
Military discharge for Corporal George W. Henderson, Company E, 17th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment. A copy of a photograph of Henderson is attached to the top left corner of the certificate. Henderson, born in Christian County, Kentucky,...
Military discharge paper for Wallace Preston, Company H, 45th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Infantry. Preston, a resident of Johnson County, Kentucky, enlisted on August 25, 1863 for a period of "one year or the duration of the war."