CASUALS FROM GENERAL HOSPITAL No. 28, located at Fort Sheridan, Ill., leaving a train of the Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad at Madison Street station of the Elevated Railroads at Chicago ca. 1919
View of inside of Paris department store known as "Aux Trois Quartue" shows some of these unique souveniers of display. Paris, Seine, France ca. 1/27/1919
Mrs. Barbara Bush passing the case with the Medal of Honor to Mrs. Georgina Palmer, from Richmond, California (88 years). The Medal of Honor was presented posthumously today at the White House to the sisters of Corporal (CPL) Freddie Stowers, a native of Anderson County South Carolina for action during World War I by President George H. W. Bush. CPL Stowers is the only Black American to receive the Medal for action during World War I..
Great Battle of Murfreesboro, Tenn. - January 2nd 1863 between the Union Forces, under General Rosecrans, and the Rebel Army under General Bragg
Genl. Taylor at the battle of Resaca de la Palma Capt. May receiving his orders to charge the Mexican batteries May 9th 1846
George Washington's entry into New York, on the evacuation of the city by the British, Nov. 25th 1783
Washington crossing the Delaware on the evening of Dec 25th. 1776, previous to the battle of Trenton
A French Saint-Chamond Tank (Char Saint-Chamond) which was manufactured between 1917 and 1918 during World War I
American soldiers being trained to use Ayrton or trench fan to clear poisonous gases during World War I, Camp Kearny, California.
King George V of Great Britain (1865-1936) giving a medal to an American soldier in France during World War I.
American soldiers from the Fifth Marines in front of a wooden hut covered with sticks and leaves in Menancourt, France during World War I.
Maria Leontievna Bochkareva (1889-1920), a Russian woman who served as a soldier in World War I and formed the Women's Battalion of Death.
Photograph shows soldiers standing at graves during the burial of a French officer during World War I.