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"Council of Four" at Hotel Crillon, Paris "Council of Four" at Hotel Crillon, Paris
Council of Four of the Peace Conference with Mr. Lloyd George, Signor Orlando, M. Clemenceau and President Woodrow Wilson at the Hotel Crillon, Paris, France. May 27, 1919. Capt. Jackson. (Army)
 
 
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"Council of Four" at Hotel Crillon, Paris "Council of Four" at Hotel Crillon, Paris
Council of Four of the Peace Conference with Mr. Lloyd George, Signor Orlando, M. Clemenceau and President Woodrow Wilson at the Hotel Crillon, Paris, France. May 27, 1919. Capt. Jackson.
 
 
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"Housewives' Army" Conneticut State Fair, Hartford "Housewives' Army" Conneticut State Fair, Hartford
Food for France Fund booth "Housewives' Army" at Conneticut State Fair in Hartford, Connecticut. Week of Sept. 3, 1917.
 
 
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"Housewives' Army" Conneticut State Fair, Hartford "Housewives' Army" Conneticut State Fair, Hartford
Food for France Fund booth "Housewives' Army" at Conneticut State Fair in Hartford, Connecticut. Week of Sept. 3, 1917.
 
 
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"Save Wheat" poster on wagon "Save Wheat" poster on wagon
Tacking up U.S. Food Administration posters on wagon "Save Wheat" at Mobile, Alabama. Erik Overbey 1918.
 
 
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"Save Wheat" poster on wagon "Save Wheat" poster on wagon
Tacking up U.S. Food Administration posters on wagon "Save Wheat" at Mobile, Alabama. Erik Overbey 1918.
 
 
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"Victory" spelled by men in training "Victory" spelled by men in training
"Victory" spelled by men in training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill. November 1918.
 
 
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"Victory" spelled by men in training "Victory" spelled by men in training
"Victory" spelled by men in training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill. November 1918.
 
 
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"War is Over" Soldiers moving out Camp Dix "War is Over" Soldiers moving out Camp Dix
Soldiers moving out of camp at Camp Dix, New Jersey, 1918.
 
 
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"War is Over" Soldiers moving out Camp Dix "War is Over" Soldiers moving out Camp Dix
Soldiers moving out of camp at Camp Dix, New Jersey, 1918.
 
 
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1000 Planes built at Dayton-Wright Airplane 1000 Planes built at Dayton-Wright Airplane
Manufacturing airplanes for the government by Dayton-Wright Airplane Company. Completed plane on exhibition. Plane No.1000 built for the war, Plant-1. Operation No. 4. July 25, 1918.
 
 
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114th Pennsylvania Infantry officers, Petersburg, Va. 114th Pennsylvania Infantry officers, Petersburg, Va.
Officers of 114th Pennsylvania Infantry in front of Petersburg, Va., August, 1864.
 
 
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129th Field Artillery officers with Captain Harry Truman 129th Field Artillery officers with Captain Harry Truman
Officers from the 129th Field Artillery at regimental headquarters with Captain Harry Truman in second row, third from right. M. Le Chanoine E. Vallee. Chateau le Chanay near Courcemont, France. March 12, 1919.
 
 
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148th American Aero Squadron 148th American Aero Squadron
148th American Aero Squadron making preparations for a daylight raid on German trenches and cities. The machines are lined up and the pilots and mechanics test their planes at Petite Sythe, France. August 6, 1918. Lt. Edward O. Harris. (Army)
 
 
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1st Air Depot at Colombey, France 1st Air Depot at Colombey, France
Personnel from the 3d Motor Mechanics - 1st Air Depot at Colombey, France. 1918.
 
 
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1st Army Post Band 1st Army Post Band
1st Army Post Band (Colored) at Souilly, France. 1918.
 
 
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1st Lt. Joseph E. Carberry 1st Lt. Joseph E. Carberry
1st Lt. Joseph E. Carberry, 1914.
 
 
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23rd Infantry firing at German positions, 1918 23rd Infantry firing at German positions, 1918
Gun crew from Regimental Headquarters Company, 23rd Infantry, firing 37mm gun during an advance against German entrenched positions. 1918.
 
 
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23rd Infantry firing at German positions, 1918 23rd Infantry firing at German positions, 1918
Gun crew from Regimental Headquarters Company, 23rd Infantry, firing 37mm gun during an advance against German entrenched positions. 1918.
 
 
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35th Coast Artillery loading  railroad gun 35th Coast Artillery loading railroad gun
U.S. Troops of the 35th Coast Artillery loading a mobile railroad gun, 13.9 inches caliber, on the Argonne front. Baleycourt, France. September 26, 1918. Lt. Richard W. Sears. (Army)
 
 
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35th Coast Artillery loading  railroad gun 35th Coast Artillery loading railroad gun
U.S. Troops of the 35th Coast Artillery loading a mobile railroad gun, 13.9 inches caliber, on the Argonne front. Baleycourt, France. September 26, 1918. Lt. Richard W. Sears. (Army)
 
 
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3rd Liberty Loan campaign. April 1918. 3rd Liberty Loan campaign. April 1918.
Henry Reuterdahl (Lieut. U.S.N.R.) and N.C. Wyeth, noted artist, putting the last touches on the giant battle picture before the Sub-Treasury building, New York City, in the Third Liberty Loan campaign. April 1918.
 
 
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3rd Liberty Loan campaign. April 1918. 3rd Liberty Loan campaign. April 1918.
Henry Reuterdahl (Lieut. U.S.N.R.) and N.C. Wyeth, noted artist, putting the last touches on the giant battle picture before the Sub-Treasury building, New York City, in the Third Liberty Loan campaign. April 1918.
 
 
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4th Liberty Loan Drive, New Orleans 4th Liberty Loan Drive, New Orleans
Foreign Legion at the 4th Liberty Loan Drive in New Orleans, La. October 2, 1918. Charles L. Franck.
 
 
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4th Liberty Loan Drive, New Orleans 4th Liberty Loan Drive, New Orleans
Foreign Legion at the 4th Liberty Loan Drive in New Orleans, La. October 2, 1918. Charles L. Franck.
 
 
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7" gun port on U.S.S. Pennsylvania 7" gun port on U.S.S. Pennsylvania
Looking out 7" gun port on the battleship U.S.S. Pennsylvania, 1918.
 
 
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7" gun port on U.S.S. Pennsylvania 7" gun port on U.S.S. Pennsylvania
Looking out 7" gun port on the battleship U.S.S. Pennsylvania, 1918.
 
 
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85,000 solid tires for A.E.F. 85,000 solid tires for A.E.F.
A pile of 85,000 solid tires for A.E.F. near Langres, France. Men from the Motor Transport Corps, assisted by German prisoners, building up wall of rubber to greater height. January 6, 1919.
 
 
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85,000 solid tires for A.E.F. 85,000 solid tires for A.E.F.
A pile of 85,000 solid tires for A.E.F. near Langres, France. Men from the Motor Transport Corps, assisted by German prisoners, building up wall of rubber to greater height. January 6, 1919.
 
 
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9th Machine Gun Battalion at Chateau Thierry, France 9th Machine Gun Battalion at Chateau Thierry, France
Machine gun set up in railroad shop. Company A, 9th Machine Gun Battalion. Chateau Thierry, France. June 7, 1918. Pvt. J. E. Gibbon. (Army)
 
 
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