World War I

World War I


Photo Collection


WORLD WAR I COLLECTION (ANONYMOUS)

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of Image Negative

1 ca. 1918-19 2½ x 3½ 1 B&W original print None
C Company pup tents the day of the maneuvers. Picket-line and horses in the rear of tents.

2 ca. 1918-19 2½ x 3½ 1 B&W original print None
The day of the maneuvers we were hungry so I went over to the remount outfit and got something to eat for the bunch. Scene of five men sitting on the ground.

3 ca. 1918-19 2½ x 3½ 1 B&W original print None
Maneuvers--our wagon train with one of the bridges we have to put up. But we didn't have to put it up the day of the maneuvers.

4 ca. 1918-19 2½ x 3½ 1 B&W original print None
The pictures were taken the day I wrote and told you that it had snowed, but it was not that day, just the same about three inches fell that night. Front of picture says, "Mt. Franklin and part of C Co."

5 ca. 1918-19 2½ x 3½ 1 B&W original print None
A bridge by C Company..

6 ca. 1918-19 2½ x 3½ 1 B&W original print None
A soldier's friend. C Company's rolling kitchen also part of our mess hall.

7 ca. 1918-19 2½ x 3½ 1 B&W original print None
Taken while on maneuvers out in back of Ft. Bliss.

8 ca. 1918-19 2½ x 3½ 1 B&W original print None
Pup tents and horses on picket line.

9 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None Capt. C. J. Moore, Co. E, 7th U.S. Engineers. Wounded the 14th of October while going over the top at Madeline farm with his men. Died October 16, 1918. Gone, but not forgotten by his company.

10 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None No man's land in northern France. The blasted trees in the background were once part of a dense wooded area. Note the barbed wire and obstacles in the picture, the visible berm of a trench line in the foreground of the wooded area, and the water filled shell hole in the photo's foreground.

11 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Lieutenant F. D. Mendenhall.

12 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
The staff of the 7th Engineer Battalion.

13 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Dressing station (aid station) at Madeline Farm.

14 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
French soldiers in a trench (notice the ridge running from front to rear on the helmets and the three collar pips on the man in the right foreground of the photo).

15 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Dun. Sur. Meuse

16 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Remnants of a vehicle hit by artillery fire.

17 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Remnants of a destroyed bridge that once spanned a canal.

18 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Madeline ferme.

19 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Military road march in the vicinity of Regniville. . . men in the road bed, vehicles on left and right shoulders of the road.

20 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
American unit on road march.

21 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Buildings with heavy combat damage at Madeline ferme.

22 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Life in the trenches. French soldiers in a trench.

23 11/11/1918 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Armistice Day in Brandeville, 11 November 1918. Note uncased flags near center of picture.

24 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Decorating the Engineers colors.

25 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
The litter of war. Near Esnes.

26 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&w original print None
German casualties (KIA).

27 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Church at Dun shows battle damage that it sustained.

28 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Eight French soldiers in front of a blown-out building.

29 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
An upside-down tank.

30 ca. 1918-18 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Buildings at Brucillers destroyed by combat.

31 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
European countryside scene.

32 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
The destruction of war. View of Esnes and its blown-out church.

33 ca. 1918-18 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Collapsed bridge at Dun.

34 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
Bridge over canal at Brucillers.

35 ca. 1918-19 3 x 4 1 B&W original print None
A dump at Brucillers.

36 ca.1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
On the fire step in the trenches.

37 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
Engineer laid footbridge over a canal in the shadow of a blown out steel stringer bridge.

38 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
The desolation of "No Man's Land."

39 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
Utter desolation at Regnieville.

40 c. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
American troops digging a new trench line.

41 c. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
Touppery.

42 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
Tanks CAN be stopped.

43 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
War is hell on horses. Dead and dismembered artillery horses.

44 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
Destroyed bridge that once spanned railroad tracks.

45 a. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
Over one on a hill ride.

46 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
Over one on this run.

47 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
This is our corral with our horses. You can only see part of it. In the background is part of Ft. Bliss. Between our corral and the Fort, down in the valley is where we pulled off our stunts today. The building on the right is the officer's club and the reviewing stand was built right in front of it. Perry

48 ca.1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
St. Logan and saddler Menartriz in front of supply office

49 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W original print None
Supply Sgt. Reeves in the doorway and Saddler Menartriz. Every time any one comes by the supply house with a kodak they call us out to take our picture.

50 11/21/1918 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
Brussels--Commercial postcard picture of American troops entering Luxembour on 21 Nov. 1918.

51 11/21/1918 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
Luxembourg--The entry of American troops into Luxembourg, 11/21/1918.

52 11/21/1918 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
Luxembourg--The entry of American troops into Luxembourg, 11/21/1918.

53 11/21/1918 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
Luxembourg--The entry of American troops into Luxembourg, 11/21/1918.

54 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
7 Chamonix--L'Hotel et de Saussure--LL.

55 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
21 Chamonix et la Chaine des Aiguilles--LL.

56 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
29 Chamonix. Chemin de fer de Monienuies et Aiguille du Dru--LL.

57 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
118 Chamonix.--Seracs au Plateau Superieur des Bossoms.--LL

58 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
127 Chamo ix.==Passage du Glacier des Bossoms.--LL

59 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
FRONT: 220 Chamonix.--Ascension du Mont-Blanc.-LL. BACK: Chamonix, France. Mar. 19, 1919. Dear Ruth, Am off on a seven day pass and am way up in the mountains. This sure is a beautiful place, but I would rather be in Hammond. This is a set of post cards of the village. Love to all, Percy.

60 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
FRONT: 247 Ascension du Mont-Blanc. Vue du Petit Plateau sur l'Aiguille du Midi 3843 m. Col de Balme Vallee de Chamonix et Dent du Midi 3260 m. BACK: Wash and press suits.

61 ca. 1918-19 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W postcard None
251 Ascension du Mont-Blanc.--Le Petit Pleateau et le Sommet du Mont-Blanc 4,810.--LL.

62 ca. 1918-19 4½ x 6½ 1 B&W original print None
An industrial smoke stack that remained after the mill had disappeared.

63 ca. 1918-19 4½ x 6½ 1 B&W original print None
Bringing the smokestack in pix #62 down with explosives, thus removing a hazard.

64 ca. 1918-19 4½ x 6½ 1 B&W original print None
Picture of some kind of mining operation.

65 ca. 1918-19 4½ x 6½ 1 B&W original print None
Concrete adit of some kind of mine.

66 ca. 1918-19 4½ x 6½ 1 B&W original print None
Pole and piling timber stringer bridge over a waterway.

67 ca. 1918-19 4½ x 6½ 1 B&W original print None
Pole and piling timber stringer bridge over a waterway in a city.

68 May, 1917 3½ x 5½ 1 B&W post card None
General Pershing's advance Quartermaster Corps landing in Brest, France, May, 1917.

69 10/2/1918 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print None
Toll of one shell at Bethincourt, 10/2/18. 14 horses and one man killed by one shell (Photographer, Spencer, Altoona, PA).



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