Main Entrance Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas
Title:
Main Entrance Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas
Little Rock Arkansas (AR), Linen unused


The National Guard
Title:
The National Guard
Chrome PM 1953 Feb-23



"First Artillery Band", Wisconsin National Guard
Title:
"First Artillery Band", Wisconsin National Guard
Camp Douglas Wisconsin (WI), Divided Back PM 1917 Aug-27


Tents at Camp Grayling
Title:
Tents at Camp Grayling
Grayling Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Camp Grayling showing National Guard Officers Headquarters in the background.



Guard Mount
Title:
Guard Mount
Fort Slocum New York (NY), White Border PM 1916 Jul-12


Coldstream Guards, Bank of England Picket
Title:
Coldstream Guards, Bank of England Picket
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A 482



His Majesty The King Inspecting the Yeomen of the Guard
Title:
His Majesty The King Inspecting the Yeomen of the Guard
Divided Back unused

Description:
Yeoman of the Guard Series 9221


Two sailors
Title:
Two sailors
unused



Camp Grayling
Title:
Camp Grayling
Grayling Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Camp life for the National Guard at Camp Grayling, Grayling, Michigan


The Armory
Title:
The Armory
Albert Lea Minnesota (MN), Linen PM 1941 Aug-13

Description:
This modern home for the National Guard is owned and operated by the State Armory Commission. It contains air-conditioned rifle range, large auditorium, modern dining room and kitchen, large stage and dressing rooms



Kentucky National Guard
Title:
Kentucky National Guard
Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
1st Battalion, 149th Infantry constituted as 2nd Kentucky Volunteers 1846 Campaign Streamers Mexican War, Buena Vista, Civil War, Shiloh, Murfreesborough, West Virginia 1861, Mississippi 1862, World War I, Streamer without inscription, World War II, New Guinea, Leyte, Luzon


The National Guard Heritage
Title:
The National Guard Heritage
Chrome unused

Description:
". . . The whites of their eyes!" The militia at Bunker Hill, 1775. The Minuteman tradition forever become a vital part of the American scene when the troops of five Militia regiments entered the Charlestown peninsula, June 16-17, 1775, to fortify Breed's Hill. On the next afternoon the British landed seven regiments and the Battle of Bunker Hill was on! Bunker Hill was to be the first test of American Militia on an open field against the best trained soldiers of Europe. Sternly held in check by their officers, the Militiamen waited as the recoated lines approached at parade march, until they could see "the whites of their eyes" - the range of which their muskets were effective. A painting in The National Guard Heritage services by Key Riley.



Michigan National Guard
Title:
Michigan National Guard
Ludington Michigan (MI)


Camp Lincoln National Guard Entrance
Title:
Camp Lincoln National Guard Entrance
Springfield Illinois (IL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jul-23



Maryland National Guard Armory
Title:
Maryland National Guard Armory
Cambridge Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co


With Such a Nurse
Title:
With Such a Nurse
Divided Back PM 1918

Description:
"To bind my wounds, campaigning can't be hard. Away with doubt! I'll go at once! And join the National Guard"



Camp Perry Training Site
Title:
Camp Perry Training Site
Port Clinton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P41309
Camp Perry Training Site on the southern shore of Lake Erie, at Port Clinton, Ohio. The camp is a 1000-man training site serving the training needs of Army National Guard and Department of the Army Personnel. Home of the National Rifle and Pistol Matches, since 1907


Evansville National Guard Armory
Title:
Evansville National Guard Armory
Evansville Indiana (IN), Linen unused

Description:
Completed at a cost in excess of $250,000 and dedicated in December 1938. This Armory is the home station of the Evansville organizations of the 139th F.A., 152nd Inf. And 113th Med. Regt. Of the Indiana National Guard. This Armory is one of the finest and best equipped in the Middle-West.



Command And General Staff School
Title:
Command And General Staff School
Fort Leavenworth Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
Many officers of high rank who comanded U.S. troops in france during World War 1 were graduates of this great school. A special class for Reserve and National Guard officers is held here for a three-month period each year from March to June. Additional special classes for these officers as well as civilian groups are now being conducted




Total: 19 Items