U.S. Quartermaster warehouse in Nashville. Barrels lie near the left of the building, and a guard with a bayonet fixed on his rifle stands in the foreground. The Capitol and several downtown buildings can be seen in the background.
U.S. Quartermaster warehouse in Nashville. Men, including several African Americans, can be seen in open warehouse doors. The Capitol and several downtown buildings stand silhouetted in the background.
This one-page printed and handwritten document that begins as a Form No. 2 requisition conveying a request for camp articles from Lieutenant Colonel C. D. Venable of the 5th Tennessee Regiment, C.S.A., to J. E. Ray, Regimental Quartermaster of the...
This one-page printed form with handwritten entries begins as a Form No. 3 requisition conveying a request for articles of clothing from Captain A. W. Caldwell of the 5th Tennessee Regiment, C.S.A., to J. E. Ray, the Regimental Quartermaster of the...
Dual photograph featuring two images of the wheat threshing equipment that was owned by George Whiteside of Swan Creek. A number of farm workers are pictured circulating between the thresher and the mule-drawn wagons of wheat.
Militias; Military officers; Military maneuvers; Military headquarters; Military facilities; Military intelligence
The men of the Headquarters of the Second Brigade, Tennessee State Guard, are shown performing various duties which would be expected of them. They are pictured seated behind desks, on the telephone, examining maps, and monitoring radio equipment.
Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Helmets; Military medicine; Medical equipment & supplies; Litters; War casualties; Canteens (Beverage containers); Gas masks; Campaigns & battles; War; World War, 1914-1918; Barbed wire
Unidentified members of the American Expeditionary Force transporting a wounded comrade on the field.
Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Helmets; Military medicine; Military hospitals; Medical equipment & supplies; Litters; Gas masks; Horses; Campaigns & battles; World War, 1914-1918; War casualties; Carts and Wagons; Mules
Members of the 137th Ambulance Co. transport wounded soldiers to the hospital at Camp de Galbert. One mule pulls three carts that are attached to one another in single file.