Military officers; Military uniforms; Militias; Military life; Military facilities; Military exchanges; Universities & colleges
Brig. General Jacob M. Dickinson visiting with a clerk at the Officers' Post Exchange at Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee. In the background are well-stocked shelves showing items available to officers.
War; World War, 1914-1918; Canals; Barracks; Military camps; Officers' quarters; Mess halls
This photograph features the "Dead End" of the Ypres Canal in the foreground of the image. Behind it appears the officers' and noncommissioned officers' billets and the mess hall. The caption reads: "All comforts of home. Roulette, Tea and boating...
Model 1860 staff and field officers' sword and scabbard, marked on Riccassa "BENT & BUSH/ BOSTON, MASS." Sword has engraved blade, nice patination on guard and hilt, and the knuckle bow is slightly detached at pommel.
Officer from the Tennessee State Guard standing at the front of the room. He has a rifle balanced on the lecturn and a target propped behind him that reads "Today - The Bull's Eye; Tomorrow - The Enemy."