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Stany Zjednoczone. Army. Signal Corps. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

VIAF ID: 135469827 (Corporate)

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ISNI: 0000  0001  2162  8567 

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Captions for Brady photographs reproduced by Signal corps photographic laboratory. Library of Congress/NACO
Circular (United States. Army. Signal Corps) Library of Congress/NACO
A manual of signals: for the use of signal officers in the field, and for military and naval students, military schools, etc. Library of Congress/NACO
Manual (United States. Army. Signal Corps) Library of Congress/NACO
[Mary Shannon Webster, Red Cross canteen worker, at Evacuation Hospital No. 12 serving chocolate to Pvt. H. Rouvoldt, One hundred and sixty-sixth Regiment Infantry. Manil la Tour, Meurthe et Moselle, France] Library of Congress/NACO
Meteorological summary of Key West, Fla. for the year ending December 31, 1888: National Library of Ireland National Library of Israel
Miss Allice Archibold, head of Aviation canteen workers, at work. (Donations from Dunkirk, N.Y., in the background) Library of Congress/NACO
Monthly weather review. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Library of Congress/NACO
Mrs. W.K. Vanderbilt, Director of Personnel for Line-of-Communication canteen assigning some of her assistants to their several duties Library of Congress/NACO
NO CAPTION Library of Congress/NACO
Paris. American troops in Paris formed impromptu parades on the streets of Paris on Armistice Day. Here they are completely surrounded by French civilians Library of Congress/NACO
Paris. Everybody nearly yelled their heads off an Armistice Day in Paris, November 11th, 1918. Here they are, children and grownups, singing the Marseillaise, marching about the streets Library of Congress/NACO
Paris. Impromptu parades took place in Paris on Armistice Day, November 11th, 1918. Here are American soldiers pushing their way through the great crowds at the Church of the Madeleine, Paris. They are forcing their way towards Place de la Concorde down Rue Royale Library of Congress/NACO
Paris. Motor troubles do not frighten these American Red Cross Ambulance Drivers. This is a familiar scene in the Paris streets Library of Congress/NACO
Pinedale (Calif.) Assembly Center - another grouping of evacuees toward the rim of the Center prior to departing for relocation center Library of Congress/NACO
Pinedale (Calif.) Assembly Center - the women look tidy here as they take care of the family washing Library of Congress/NACO
Pinedale (Calif.) Assembly Center - waitresses in natty blue uniforms line up before taking up their duties in the mess hall Library of Congress/NACO
Portland (Ore.) Assembly Center - Teeter-totters were placed near the swings in the recreation grounds of the Center Library of Congress/NACO
Private Edward Hubert enjoying chocolate and cakes given by the American Red Cross. American Red Cross Field Hospital No. 328 of the 82nd Division, Varenne-en-Argonne, Meuse, France Library of Congress/NACO
Professional papers of the signal service Library of Congress/NACO
Profiling extractors - Eddystone Rifle Plant, Eddystone, Pa. Library of Congress/NACO
Property and general regulations of the Signal corps, U.S. army. Library of Congress/NACO
Pvts. Dewey D. Smith, Co. I, Geo. A. Hopkins, Co. E. 9th Inf. and two Red Cross nurses who have been awarded the Croix de Guerre. Ancemont, France Library of Congress/NACO
Radio pamphlet Library of Congress/NACO
Report of the Chief Signal Officer. Library of Congress/NACO
Report of the New York Meteorological Bureau for the month of ... Library of Congress/NACO
A report on television in basic training : the improvement of basic training by television Library of Congress/NACO
Review regular army regiment, San Antonio, Texas. Camp Sam Houston Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Bacon and Army officers. Library of Congress/NACO
Santa Anita (Calif.) Assembly Center - a young evacuee [Japanese-American woman] serves as secretary in the Center Manager's office Library of Congress/NACO
Santa Anita (Calif.) Assembly Center - Cleaning up the platter, these boys are enjoying breakfast at the Center Library of Congress/NACO
Santa Anita (Calif.) Assembly Center - Left-handed and right handed pupils in lower grade class ply their pencils Library of Congress/NACO
Scene at advanced first aid station of the 325th Inf. Wounded arriving on stretchers, while in the background a German munitions dump is burning at Marcq. American Red Cross north of Fleville, Ardennes, France Library of Congress/NACO
Scene in a Pageant "Democracy Victorious" composed by Miss A.P. Borden of the Y.M.C.A. and given at Base Hospital No. 101, at St. Nazaire. The staging and rehearsing were done by Capt. Daniel L. Quirk, of the American Red Cross, and the characters were (?) by nurses and Army corps men in the hospital. This picture shows Great Britain, America and France, with Democracy in the background Library of Congress/NACO
[Scene in Diyarbakır, Turkey, showing market place and autos belonging to General Harbord's party] Library of Congress/NACO
[Scenes of the British royal family] Library of Congress/NACO
Sedan, France. Patriotic citizens of Sedan welcoming American troops. The housewife made a flag with which to welcome their deliveries Library of Congress/NACO
Senencourt (Meuse). Miss Thomas A.R.C. and Miss Adele Birdsall, of 310 Third Ave. Roselle, N.J., serving chocolate to a doughboy at the canteen of the American Red Cross at Senencourt, France Library of Congress/NACO
Set, radio telegraph type SCR-105 ... Library of Congress/NACO
Ships for Uncle Sam--Official United States war film Library of Congress/NACO
Showing how the pigeons are part of the U.S. Army They too have to have their identification tag with them and at their death they must be accounted for and reported with the probably cause. Fort Lucy, France. Library of Congress/NACO
The "skirmish line" searching for the lost graves ... Company A, 321st Labor Battalion, spread out in "skirmish line" formation by twos, searching for dead along the south bank of the Vesle in the Chateau-Thierry section. The stretchers are used to transport the bodies to the cemeteries Library of Congress/NACO
Soldiers at the front are given canned fruit, sweets and cigarettes by the American Red Cross attached to 2nd Div., Bois de Belleau, France Library of Congress/NACO
Souilly, France. Even in the rain the Red Cross girls worked with, and for, the wounded. Miss Winifred Bryce, of 294 Henry Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. and Miss C. Wheeler, of 210 Pearl Street, Burlington, Vt., of the American Red Cross. Evacuation Hospitals #6 & #7, Souilly, France Library of Congress/NACO
Stockton (Calif.) Assembly Center - Distribution of parcel post mail follows inspection of incoming packages by interior police Library of Congress/NACO
Stockton (Calif.) Assembly Center - Young woman applies for a money order at Center Post Office Library of Congress/NACO
Storage catalogue. Signal corps. Library of Congress/NACO
Suggestions as to the practical uses of meteorological reports and weather maps. Library of Congress/NACO
Summary and review of international meteorological observations Library of Congress/NACO
A supply of [Sunlight] soap being loaded into trucks to be distributed to civilians--North Africa Library of Congress/NACO
Technical equipment of the Signal Corps. 1916. Library of Congress/NACO
Telegraph and cable system in Alaska and U.S. cables and Canadian line connecting with the United States Library of Congress/NACO
Theodore Roosevelt's sons' regiments during war, 1917-1918. Library of Congress/NACO
Transfer of the evacuees from the Assembly Centers to War Relocation Centers was conducted by the Army Library of Congress/NACO
Tripoli, Libya, after allied occupation, Jan. to May 1943 Library of Congress/NACO
Tunis, Tunisia Allied troops entering the city. Library of Congress/NACO
Tunis, Tunisia French soldiers marching in the allied victory parade along Avenue Gambetta. American soldiers standing at parade rest in the foreground. Library of Congress/NACO
U.S. Army victorious troops on parade in or near Paris, France, 1918 Library of Congress/NACO
U.S. Marines in France off for camp Our troops are glad to get aboard cars for the training camp after a long trip at sea as they are anxious to lose their sea legs. Library of Congress/NACO
[Unidentified concentration camp(s), Germany, at time of liberation by U.S. Army: bodies in rows waiting burial in mass grave] Library of Congress/NACO
Various forms of wrestling were favorites at the centers Library of Congress/NACO
[Vaubecourt (Meuse) France. A group of American Red Cross Officers. Left to right: Lt. L.M. Markey, of 289 St. Charles Avenue, Atlanta, Ga., Supt. Of Warehouses; Capt. Pleasants Pennington, of 140 East 56th Street, New York City, District Supt. Of the Meuse; Major Harry B. Wallace, Eastern Zone Manager, whose home in the states is 4976 Berlin Ave., St. Louis, Mo.; capt. C.H. Griggs, of Virgina, Minn. Director of the Bureau of Registration and Capt. James H. Brookmire, of 4970 Berlin Ave. St. Louis, Mo. This picture was taken in front of the Vaubecourt Warehouse, Evacuation Hospital #9, Vaubecourt, France] Library of Congress/NACO
Victims of mass burning of 250 Polish and French slave laborers at Nazi camp near Leipzig on April 19, 1945 Library of Congress/NACO
[View from above of soldiers marching, carrying rifles with bayonets fixed, with stripes portion of American flag above them] Library of Congress/NACO
Villafranca, Italy. The out-of-doors American Red Cross Canteen at Villafranca, Italy Library of Congress/NACO
War Department weather map. Library of Congress/NACO
War refugees, prisoners of war, concentration camp inmates, and others shortly after liberation by Allied forces, mainly in France and Germany, 1944-45 Library of Congress/NACO
Ward M, Miss Bissell in charge attending a patient. American Red Cross Evacuation Hospital No. 114, Fleury-sur-Aisne, Meuse, France Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. July, 1942. Trial of Nazi saboteurs before a special seven-man military commission in a U.S. Dept. of Justice courtroom Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Nov. 10, 1941. Defense Train exhibit Library of Congress/NACO
Weapons of war. Library of Congress/NACO
[William Benjamin Brice, U.S. Army Paymaster General from 1864 to 1872] Library of Congress/NACO
Wire communication pamphlet. Library of Congress/NACO
Women chauffeurs of the American Fund for French wounded repairing car. Dec., 1918 Library of Congress/NACO
[Würzburg, Germany, after bombing] Library of Congress/NACO
日本の終戦 46人の目撃者 : 米国国防総省報道写真班の証言秘錄 Library of Congress/NACO

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