A "Huey" (designation UH-1) helicopter in flight is photographed from another helicopter. The Huey is flying over a rural area of Vietnam including a network of roads and green cultivated fields, some filled with water.
Helicopters; Military personnel; Soldiers; Mountains
A Huey helicopter lands on a pad at Vung Chua Mountain, throwing up a great quantity of dust. Fences, buildings, and communication equipment can be seen in the background. Note: a non-color-corrected master TIFF copy is also available.
Helicopters; Rifles; Soldiers; Helmets; Military uniforms; Military personnel; Rural areas
A Huey in flight taken from another helicopter. A soldier and the barrel of an M-16 are also in the frame. The helicopters appear to be flying over a farming area. The photograph is from Ammons's first tour in 1968.
Logs; Lumber industry; Lumber; Ox teams; Cattle; Carts & wagons; Cutover lands; Clearing of land; Bodies of water
A team of oxen yoked together stand beside wagons loaded with hand hewn crossties. The crossties were hewn by seasonal workers using a broadaxe and delivered to river landing tieyards for shipping by steamboat.
Correspondence; Cities & towns; Campaigns & battles; Troop movements; Surrenders; Military retreats; Generals; Civil Wars; War
A three-page letter dated February 28, 1862, from John S. Brien to John C. Crittenden. Brien rejoices that Buell's troops "occupied the city and country without the necessity of shedding one drop of blood." He argues that property rights must be...
Advertisement for a lecture by three-term governor Bob Taylor to be held at the Opera House. A publicity photo of Taylor occupies most of the space, with the notation that the event is produced under the exclusive direction of the Rice Bureau.
State parks & reserves; Aerial views; Work camps; Administrative agencies; Public service employment; Forests
Aerial view of the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp at the Shelby City Negro State Park, renamed the T. O. Fuller State Park. The camp with its long barracks and the roads leading through the heavily forested park are easily visible.
Angled view of the front and side of an unidentified frame farmhouse. The house is a two-story I-house with a one-story ell. The frame is covered with weatherboard. There is a covered porch on the front facade of the house.
Angled view of the U.S. Government Building at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. The building stood close to the main entrance of the grounds near Lake Katherine. The building, with classical style architecture, had the form of a cross. The...
Application of James Lillard claiming payment due for Quartermaster's stores or subsistence supplies. Lillard claims that one hundred bushels of corn, 16,000 pounds of hay, 12,000 feet of plank, and five grey mares were taken by the U. S. Army...
Booklet manufactured for Duke's Cigarettes, North Carolina. Color lithohgraphs depict a bust portrait of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, CSA (front) and Confederate soldiers rowing ashore (back). The very small volume is titled "A Short History of Gen'l ...
Brief note to the office of Gov. Prentice Cooper by Lt. Col. Wylie G. Borum, State Guard officer and Military Aide to the Governor, suggesting gold sealed stickers to be placed in the windows of firms who employed State Guard members. The...
Call to the District Court of the Confederate States of America in Nashville by Clerk Jacob McGavock for N. E. Alloway. Alloway is the garnishee, answering the interrogatories of the Court dealing with property and allegiances. Authorization...
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.