Dress Parade of the Lanciers, Camp McManus
Title:
Dress Parade of the Lanciers, Camp McManus
Carbondale Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
Lake Ladore, near Carbondale.


USNS Gen. Edwin D. Patrick TAP-124
Title:
USNS Gen. Edwin D. Patrick TAP-124
Chrome unused

Description:
Named in honor of Gen. E.D. Patrick, who was Division Commander in the Phillippines during WW2. The Patrick is one of MSTS' most modern P2 type transports. It transports troops and dependents. 608 ft. long, 75 ft. wide, speed 20 knots.



Quonset Huts
Title:
Quonset Huts
San Diego California (CA), Chrome

Description:
Utilitarian quonset huts house recruits, provide storage spaces, classrooms and offices at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. Recruit living areas boast immaculate grounds-keeping by resident recruits.


American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Title:
American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Chrome unused

Description:
This Consolidated "Catalina" Patrol-Bomber used in the R.A.F. Coastal Command for keeping convoy lanes free of enemy subs, and ships, was the same type that spotted the German battleship "Bismark" that resulted in the total destruction of that ship by British Naval Units. "V"ictory Series.



American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Title:
American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Chrome unused

Description:
These Brewster "Buffalos" the same as our Naval F2A-2 Fighter, are being used on all R.A.F. fronts with considerable success. At over 350 m.p.h. with a fire power of 4 - 50 caliber machine guns and Bombs, this ship is a deadly threat to the best the Axis Powers can put into action. "V"ictory Series.


American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Title:
American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Chrome unused

Description:
This Douglas "Havoc" Attack-Bomber, or as a Night-Fighter, has been in service with the R.A.F. for more than six months. One Night-Fighter Squadron reports that in six months operations and after knocking down a score of German planes, not one "Havoc" was lost. At a speed of 350 m.p.h., it can carry a ton of bombs. "V"ictory Series



American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Title:
American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Chrome unused

Description:
The Bell "Airacobra" used as an Interceptor-Fighter with the Royal Air Force is one of Uncle Sam's wonder ships. Powered with the famed Allison engine, it literally tears thru the air at over 400 m.p.h. A cannon and 4 machine guns give it excellent fire-power. "V"ictory Series.


American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Title:
American Planes in the Royal Air Force
Chrome unused

Description:
The Boeing "Fortress I" used by the R.A.F. as a long range Night Bomber has successfully carried out raids over Berlin almost nightly. Flying at altitudes of 35,000 feet, and over, and having a cruising range of over 3000 miles at a speed of 325 m.p.h. earns this ship the name "Flying Fortress". "V"ictory Series



American planes
Title:
American planes
Mountainside New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
American Planes in the R. A. F. (8) The North American "Harvard" Trainer, used extensively by the Royal Canadian Air Force, in training thousands of Canadians, British,Australians and New Zeelanders,is considered the best trainer the British have. There are hundreds in service and considerably more coming. "V"ictory Series


World War I Army Truck
Title:
World War I Army Truck
Real Photo unused

Description:
Man in uniform standing next to an army truck with camouflage canopy.



Fortifications on a battlefield
Title:
Fortifications on a battlefield
Real Photo unused


Zerschossener Petroieumtank, Rumanien, 1917
Title:
Zerschossener Petroieumtank, Rumanien, 1917
Real Photo unused



Making Colors
Title:
Making Colors
Real Photo


Adolf Hitler and Reichsverweser Miklós Horthy
Title:
Adolf Hitler and Reichsverweser Miklós Horthy
Real Photo unused

Description:
Staatsbesuch des ungarischen Reicverweser Horthy und der Fuhrer.



Atlantic Fleet Entering Puget Sound
Title:
Atlantic Fleet Entering Puget Sound
Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


Barracks Interior - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Barracks Interior - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo

Description:
Honey, this is what my private sleeping room looks like. Of course I am big- hearted and share it with about 125 other boots.



Chow Line - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Chow Line - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo unused


Company 12 & 13 Barracks
Title:
Company 12 & 13 Barracks
Sackets Harbor New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1917 Jun-9



Company B Barracks, Madison Barracks
Title:
Company B Barracks, Madison Barracks
Sackets Harbor New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1917 Jun-21


Company Clothesline - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Company Clothesline - Farragut Naval Training Station
Bayview Idaho (ID), Real Photo unused

Description:
Recruits hang bed sheets out to dry at Farragut Naval Training Station on Lake Pend Oreille.



Company Clotheslines - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Company Clotheslines - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo


First Rapid Fire Gun Used in Civil War - Gatling
Title:
First Rapid Fire Gun Used in Civil War - Gatling
Real Photo unused

Description:
Springfield Armory



German Cruiser Karlsruhe in New York Harbor 1932
Title:
German Cruiser Karlsruhe in New York Harbor 1932
Real Photo

Description:
November 13, 1932


HMS Navy sailor
Title:
HMS Navy sailor
Real Photo unused



Marlinspike Instruction - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Marlinspike Instruction - Farragut Naval Training Station
Bayview Idaho (ID), Real Photo unused

Description:
Navy training, how to tie a marlin-spike hitch knot.


Mess Hall - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Mess Hall - Farragut Naval Training Station
Bayview Idaho (ID), Real Photo



Military Company Members 1915-1916
Title:
Military Company Members 1915-1916
Real Photo


Military Hospital
Title:
Military Hospital
Real Photo unused



Military officer - Eddie Feifinger
Title:
Military officer - Eddie Feifinger
Peru Indiana (IN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Edwin E. Reifinger (?)


Military Soldiers - Egyptian?
Title:
Military Soldiers - Egyptian?
Real Photo unused



Portrait of Soldiers
Title:
Portrait of Soldiers
Real Photo


Regimental Drill Hall - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Regimental Drill Hall - Farragut Naval Training Station
Bayview Idaho (ID), Real Photo unused



Sailors Doing Laundry - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Sailors Doing Laundry - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo


Sailors Entering Harbor on Early Submarine
Title:
Sailors Entering Harbor on Early Submarine
Real Photo unused



Ship's Service Store - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Ship's Service Store - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo unused


Smoke Harbor - Sailors on Land Smoking Area
Title:
Smoke Harbor - Sailors on Land Smoking Area
Real Photo unused

Description:
Farragut Naval Training Station



Soldiers by Automobiles
Title:
Soldiers by Automobiles
Brussels, Real Photo unused


Soldiers In Car
Title:
Soldiers In Car
Sackets Harbor New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1917 Aug-6



Soldiers With Caterpillar Tractor
Title:
Soldiers With Caterpillar Tractor
Real Photo unused


U.S. Naval Ship James O'Hara
Title:
U.S. Naval Ship James O'Hara
Real Photo unused

Description:
C-3, built in 1942 at Tacoma, Washington. 492 feet long, 70 feet wide, and can travel 16 1/2 knots. Complete facilities for troop recreation are available. Equipped with modern safety and life-saving gear, the ship is part of the fleet of transports and cargo vessels operated by the Military Sea Transportation Service, Department of the Navy.



U.S.S. North Star in Alaska
Title:
U.S.S. North Star in Alaska
Real Photo PM 1934 Sep-3


USS General H.W. Butner
Title:
USS General H.W. Butner
Real Photo unused

Description:
Major General H.W. Butner, USA - Born April 6, 1875 in Pnnacle, NC, died March 13, 1937. Graduated West Point 1898. Served in various assignments throughout the world during military career. Distinguished service in World War I. This vessel named in his honor.



Workers for the Fete, Grange Military Hospital
Title:
Workers for the Fete, Grange Military Hospital
Real Photo unused


WWI German Military Band
Title:
WWI German Military Band
Real Photo unused



Aerial View of Fort Barrancas and Fort San Carloson the Naval Air Station
Title:
Aerial View of Fort Barrancas and Fort San Carloson the Naval Air Station
Pensacola Florida (FL), Chrome unused


New Barracks
Title:
New Barracks
Fort Jackson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Barracks facilities at the U.S. Army Training Center. Infantry, at Fort Jackson, South Carolina could pass for dormitories at any of the nation's modern colleges. The brick and steel buildings were constructed as part of a master plan to make the fort a modern facility.



Battleship USS Alabama
Title:
Battleship USS Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This OS2U "Kingfisher" seaplane is the only assembled one on display in the United States. During World War II three of these planes were assigned to the Alabama for scouting and observation missions. This plane, a gift from the Mexican Navy, was restored by Brookley AFB mechanics during their off-duty hours.


566th Air Force Band - Illinois Air National Guard
Title:
566th Air Force Band - Illinois Air National Guard
Chrome unused

Description:
Made up entirely of volunteers, these men gather together one weekend each month to play their part as citizen airmen. They come from all walks of life, school teachers, airline pilots, computer programmers and salesmen. They play throughout the world representing the Air National Guard, lifting the morale of all those within sight and sound. They have played for Presidents, Kings, Queens, Governors and millions of people throughout the years. In the background is pictured an Illinois Air National Guard KC-97 tanker aircraft that serves a world wide refueling mission.



Chandelle NCO Club
Title:
Chandelle NCO Club
Rantoul Illinois (IL), Chrome unused


U.S. Naval Training Center
Title:
U.S. Naval Training Center
Great Lakes Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Recruits hear orientation lecture on U.S. Navy regulations. USNTC is located on the shores of Lake Michigan, 35 miles north of Chicago and four miles from Waukegan. This facility was established in 1911, and is the oldest and largest of its kind in the U.S. Its essential role is the recruit training of new inductees and the operation of service schools for student Navy personnel.



Seymour Johnson Air Force Base
Title:
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base
Goldsboro North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM Jun-18

Description:
View of the flight line, showing tactical and training aircraft, control tower and hangars.


U.S. Naval Station
Title:
U.S. Naval Station
Treasure Island California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Manmade Island in San Francisco Bay as seen from Yerba Buena Island and San Francisco Bay Bridge.



Travis Air Force Base
Title:
Travis Air Force Base
Travis Air Force Base California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
A portion of Travis flight line, operated by U.S. Air Force's Military Transport Service (MATS) showing a C124. Airborne by MATS, thousands of military and civilian passengers pass through Travis to and from Pacific bases.


566th Luftwaffen Kapelle Illinois Air National Guard Band
Title:
566th Luftwaffen Kapelle Illinois Air National Guard Band
Chrome unused



Apollo 11 and 12 Lunar Recovery Ship
Title:
Apollo 11 and 12 Lunar Recovery Ship
Chrome unused

Description:
U.S.S. Hornet (CVS-12) Anti-Submarine Aircraft Carrier Built by the Newport News Shipbuilding Co. as an Attack Aircraft Carrier. Originally commissioned on 29 Nov. 1943 and participated in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. Assumed ASW duties on 27 June 1958.


Apollo 17 Lunar Recovery Ship
Title:
Apollo 17 Lunar Recovery Ship
Chrome unused

Description:
U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CVS-14) Anti-Submarine Aircraft Carrier Named for the capture of Fort Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen and his green mountain boys during the early days of the Revolutionary War. Built by the Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. at Newport News, Virginia. First commissioned on 8 May 1944.



Battleship U.S.S. "Alabama"
Title:
Battleship U.S.S. "Alabama"
Chrome unused


Douglas A-4 Skyhawk , Griffiss AFB
Title:
Douglas A-4 Skyhawk , Griffiss AFB
Rome New York (NY), Chrome unused



KC-135
Title:
KC-135
Chrome PM 1972 May-9

Description:
The famous workhorse - a KC-135, and part of its crew


Naval Air Station
Title:
Naval Air Station
Glenview Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Wash Day - A Douglas C-118 "Liftmaster" gets a thorough washing from the maintenance crew on the flight line at Naval Air Station, Glenview. The C-118 is the workhorse of the transportation squadrons at Glenview.



Two F-100 Super Saber Pilots
Title:
Two F-100 Super Saber Pilots
Eglin Air Force Base Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Two F-100 Super Saber pilots at the Air Proving Ground Center, Eglin AFB, Florida, confer before take off prior to a test mission at the 728-square mile Eglin AFB complex in Northwest Florida.


U.S.S Eldorado (AGC-11) - Amphibious Force Flagship
Title:
U.S.S Eldorado (AGC-11) - Amphibious Force Flagship
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Antietamq
Title:
U.S.S. Antietamq
Chrome unused

Description:
First Angled Deck Carrier, Anti-Submarine Carrier. Commissioned in 1945. Served in Korean Conflict in 1951 and 1952. Operated in support of Japenese occupation (1946-1949) Named after Battle of Antietam Creek (Civil War)


U.S.S. Brewton (FF-1086) Fast Frigate
Title:
U.S.S. Brewton (FF-1086) Fast Frigate
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Bryce Canyon (AD-36)
Title:
U.S.S. Bryce Canyon (AD-36)
Chrome unused

Description:
A destroyer tender of the Shenandoah class built by the Charleston, S.C. Named for BRYCE CANYON, the national park located in the State of Utah, Commissioned on 15 September 1950.


U.S.S. Forrestal (CV-59)
Title:
U.S.S. Forrestal (CV-59)
Chrome unused

Description:
First Aircraft Carrier built to handle jet aircraft. Commissioned in October 1955 with a length of 1,039 feet and a draft of 37 feet, the Forrestal carries 5,000 men and upwards of 100 aircraft. Motto: "FIRST IN DEFENSE"



U.S.S. Fred T. Berry DD-858
Title:
U.S.S. Fred T. Berry DD-858
Chrome unused

Description:
A unit of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet homeported at Newport, R.I. on Narragansett Bay. Official U.S. Navy photograph.


U.S.S. Fredrick (LST-1184) - Landing Ship Tank
Title:
U.S.S. Fredrick (LST-1184) - Landing Ship Tank
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Fremont
Title:
U.S.S. Fremont
Chrome unused

Description:
Fleet Post Office


U.S.S. Fulton
Title:
U.S.S. Fulton
Chrome unused

Description:
Built by Mar Island Navy Yard, Vallejo Calif. and commissioned on 12 September 1941. U.S.S. Fulton has been modernized to service nuclear powered submarines and advanced electronic equipment and weapons.



U.S.S. Fulton (AS-11) Submarine Tender
Title:
U.S.S. Fulton (AS-11) Submarine Tender
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Furse (DD-882)
Title:
U.S.S. Furse (DD-882)
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Harry E. Yarnell (CG-17) Guided Missile Cruiser
Title:
U.S.S. Harry E. Yarnell (CG-17) Guided Missile Cruiser
Chrome unused


U.S.S. John F. Kennedy (CV-67) Aircraft Carrier
Title:
U.S.S. John F. Kennedy (CV-67) Aircraft Carrier
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Mississinewa (T-AO 144)
Title:
U.S.S. Mississinewa (T-AO 144)
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Orion (AS-18) Submarine Tender
Title:
U.S.S. Orion (AS-18) Submarine Tender
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Parsons (DDG-33)
Title:
U.S.S. Parsons (DDG-33)
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Ranger
Title:
U.S.S. Ranger
Chrome unused

Description:
Bound for home yard with personal vehicles aboard.



U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CVS-14) Anti-Submarine Aircraft Carrier
Title:
U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CVS-14) Anti-Submarine Aircraft Carrier
Chrome unused

Description:
Apollo 16 Lunar Recovery Ship.


USNS "Pawcatuck" (T-AO 108)
Title:
USNS "Pawcatuck" (T-AO 108)
Chrome unused



USNS Hayes (T-AGOR 16)
Title:
USNS Hayes (T-AGOR 16)
Chrome unused


USNS Kane (T-AGS 27)
Title:
USNS Kane (T-AGS 27)
Chrome unused



USS Cavalia
Title:
USS Cavalia
Chrome unused

Description:
USS Cavalia, a nuclear attack submarine, was launched February 19, 1972 at General Dynamics' Electric Boat Division in Groton, Connecticut. She is one of 37 in her class, each 300 feet long and displacing 4,500 tons, designed to seek out and destroy enemy shipping.


War Ensign of Prussia
Title:
War Ensign of Prussia
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Kriegsflagge der Königl. Preußische Marine geführt von 1817 bis zur Übernahme der preußischen Marine durch den Norddeutschen Bund im Jahre 1867l



Military Flags of Prussia, Austria, Hungary, and Saxony
Title:
Military Flags of Prussia, Austria, Hungary, and Saxony
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Fahne vom Kgl. Preuß. Königin Elisabeth Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr. 3. Stiftungstag: 5.5.1860 Standort: Charlottenburg Fahne vom Füsilier-Regiment Kaiser Franz-Joseph von Österreich, König von Ungarn (4. Wüttemberg.) Nr. 122. Stiftungstag: 10.11.1806 StandorteL St., I. und III. Heilbronn, II. Mergentheim. Fahne vom Kgl. Sächsischen 15. Infanterie-Rechiment Nr. 181. Stiftungstag: 1.4.1901 Standorte: St., I. u. II. Chemnitz, III. Glauchau, (bis 30.9.1914 Zwickau).


Adolf HItler
Title:
Adolf HItler
unused

Description:
Third Reich



Defenders of America
Title:
Defenders of America
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. Army Missiles - "First Family" of the Nation's big Missiles, each one the first of its type to be made combat ready. The illustrations show the Army's Honest John, the Nike-Ajax and the Corporal. They were developed and produced by the Army Ordnance. The Honest John is a medium to long range rocket. The Nike-Ajax is a high speed, long range guided missile designed to destroy the fastest military planes. The Corporal is a long range guided missile used against surface targets. Each is on its own launcher, except the Honest John being also a transporter. Card No.22 in a series of 24, Nabisco Shredded Wheat, National Biscuit Company.


Atomic Explosion (lb), Circa 1950
Title:
Atomic Explosion (lb), Circa 1950
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Two minutes after sero hour, the cloud rose to 4,000 feet, the height of 32 Empire State Buildings. Ten minutes later as it neared its maximum, the cloud stem had pushed upward about 25 miles, deep in the stratosphere. The mushroom portion went up to 10 miles and spread for 100 miles.



Marine Barracks
Title:
Marine Barracks
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C. Oldest Post in the Corps


Elmendorf Air Force Base
Title:
Elmendorf Air Force Base
Anchorage Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Bird's-Eye View of this vital U.S. base, known fondly as the "Top Cover For America" - The Fort Richardson Army Base is visible in the distance below the rugged Chugach Mountain Range.



United States Army Fort Richardson
Title:
United States Army Fort Richardson
Anchorage Alaska (AK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
One of the United States Army's most important strategic bases--Top: Headquarters and parade ground area -- Bottom: Colorful entrance sign.


Parris Island Marksmanship Training
Title:
Parris Island Marksmanship Training
Parris Island South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
On the depot rifle range recruits practice for firing, then actually fire the M16 AZ rifle as they learn to become expert marksmen.



Women Recruit Training Battalion
Title:
Women Recruit Training Battalion
Parris Island South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Marine Corps Recruit Depot Marksmanship training with the M-16 rifle at the Women Recruit Training Battalion.


U.S. Naval Training Center
Title:
U.S. Naval Training Center
Great Lakes Illinois (IL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Under the watchful eye of the Line Coach, recruits fire specially designed .22-caliber pistols for qualification in the Indoor Pistol Range. USNTC is located on Lake Michigan, 35 miles north of downtown Chicago and four miles from Waukegan. It is the oldest and largest facility of its kind in the U.S. Its essential role is recruit training of inductees, and the operation of service schools for student Navy personnel.



Main Gate - Vandenberg AFB
Title:
Main Gate - Vandenberg AFB
Lompoc California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
West coast Missile launch facility at Lompoc, California.


Air Force Communications Command Headquarters
Title:
Air Force Communications Command Headquarters
Scott Air Force Base Illinois (IL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
1. Data Automation center 2. A F C C- C140 flying by Gateway Arch in St. Louis, MO 3. Mobile Radio Antennas 4. Control tower at sunset 5. Air Force Communications Command Logo



Training with the Claymore Mine
Title:
Training with the Claymore Mine
Fort Jackson South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Soldiers in basic training at Fort Jackson work with the Claymore mine at the fort's Bastogne Range.


Physical Training
Title:
Physical Training
Fort Jackson South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Push-ups, not the favorite of trainees, is an essential part of the physical fitness program at Fort Jackson. However, this is only one phase of the broad athletic program to build physical stamina.



Brown Desert Atomic Exoplosion, November 5, 1951, Nevada Proving Grounds
Title:
Brown Desert Atomic Exoplosion, November 5, 1951, Nevada Proving Grounds
Continental Chrome unused


War Memorial--Pearl Harbor
Title:
War Memorial--Pearl Harbor
Honolulu Hawaii (HI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Silent prayers are said by visitors at the U.S.S. Arizona memorial at Pearl Harbor. A typical American family pays its respect.



Arizona's 10 Ton Anchor
Title:
Arizona's 10 Ton Anchor
Honolulu Hawaii (HI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Battleship Arizona 10 Ton Anchor One of the Battleship Arizona's 10 ton anchors has been mounted at the entrance to the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center.


Confederate Air Force Ghost Squadron
Title:
Confederate Air Force Ghost Squadron
Continental Chrome PM 1990 Oct-22

Description:
The Nation's only museum dedicated exclusively to World War II military aviation has the largest collection of operational combat aircraft and memorabilia associated with the airwar.



Wilford Hall, USAF Hospital
Title:
Wilford Hall, USAF Hospital
Lackland Air Force Base Texas (TX), Continental Chrome PM 1987 Jan-25

Description:
Wilford Hall, a four-winged, 1400 bed hospital, is the largest medical referral center in the Air Force. The hospital has three primary missions of patient care, medical education and research. Wilford Hall is staffed by 400 physicians, 450 nurses, 300 other officers, 1800 airmen and more than 500 civilian employees.


Fort Lewis, Washington
Title:
Fort Lewis, Washington
Fort Lewis Washington (WA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Army Center of the Northwest Long recognized as one of the finest army facilities in the nation, this base offers mild climate for all military training. In center foreground is Fort Lewis Inn, built in 1918. Sixty miles in the background is majestic Mt. Rainier.



Brown Desert: #K-KE Atomic Explosion
Title:
Brown Desert: #K-KE Atomic Explosion
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
November 5, 1951, Nevada Proving Grounds


US Navy Guided Missile Submaine Polaris SSG(N)FBM
Title:
US Navy Guided Missile Submaine Polaris SSG(N)FBM
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Defenders of America



U.S.O. Club
Title:
U.S.O. Club
Burlington Vermont (VT), Linen PM 1944 Aug-22

Description:
United Service Organizations


Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Mindoro
Title:
Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Mindoro
Linen unused



Tired Soldier Marching
Title:
Tired Soldier Marching
Linen PM 1943 May-13

Description:
And they told me the army was mechanized!


U.S.S "Connecticut" - Big Guns and Signal Practice
Title:
U.S.S "Connecticut" - Big Guns and Signal Practice
Divided Back PM 1907

Description:
Series 86



Ypres After Two Years of War
Title:
Ypres After Two Years of War
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 6, 47 Tourists who knew Ypres and it Rud de Lille in the days of peace can best appreciate the awfulness of its fate in the war.


Taking In Prisoners During The Great Advance
Title:
Taking In Prisoners During The Great Advance
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 6, 48 A file of Hun prisoners marching to the British rear after their capture. Their strapping appearance and brisk walk do not suggest "physical deterioration."



The "Fighting Fifth" (Northumberland Fusiliers) After the Battle of St. Eloi
Title:
The "Fighting Fifth" (Northumberland Fusiliers) After the Battle of St. Eloi
Divided Back unused

Description:
Daily Mail War Pictures Series 6, 46 Assisted by the Royal Fusiliers, the "Fighting Fifth" (Northumberland Fusiliers) took with splendid dash the first and second line trenches at St. Eloi.


The Worcesters Going Into Action
Title:
The Worcesters Going Into Action
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series Series 5 The Worcester Regiment, whose colours bear the names of Marlborough's and Wellington's victories, was singled out for special mention in the battle of Ypres by Lord (then Sir John) French. Official War Photographs



A "Fag" After a Fight
Title:
A "Fag" After a Fight
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 4, 31 Before battle, in battle, and after battle our "Tommies" are ready for a "fag." These men are lighting up after a scrap.


R.A.M.C Picking Up Wounded in a Captured Village
Title:
R.A.M.C Picking Up Wounded in a Captured Village
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 5, 34 "These are King's soldiers and our comrades who have fought and suffered. The best we can give them is their due." Such is the feeling of the devoted Red Cross Service.



A Gallant Rescue Under Fire: This Man Saved Twenty Lives Like This
Title:
A Gallant Rescue Under Fire: This Man Saved Twenty Lives Like This
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 4, 30 A gallant act of self-sacrifice is shown in the photograph, for the man who is carrying a wound comrade on his back is actually under fire.


Firing a Heavy Howitzer in France
Title:
Firing a Heavy Howitzer in France
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 4, 32



"Tommy" at Hom ein German Dugouts
Title:
"Tommy" at Hom ein German Dugouts
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 4, 29 Our "Tommies" soon make themselves at home in German dugouts when they have driven out their tenants with shell, bomb, and bayonet.


Happy "Tommies" Wearing Hun Helmets
Title:
Happy "Tommies" Wearing Hun Helmets
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 4, 27 The possession of a German helmet delights "Tommy" and such trophies have become very common in the Big Push. Several are worn by these smiling troops.



Decorating a Canadian on the Field of Battle
Title:
Decorating a Canadian on the Field of Battle
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 4, 25 Decoration on the field is an honour coveted by soldiers. The picture shows a brace Canadian Lance-Corporal receiving the D.C.M.


Loyal North LANCS Regiment Cheering When Ordered to the Trenches
Title:
Loyal North LANCS Regiment Cheering When Ordered to the Trenches
Divided Back unused

Description:
Daily Mail War Pictures This inspiring picture shows the men of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment cheering gaily when ordered to take turn in the trenches.



British Infantry Practising an Attack
Title:
British Infantry Practising an Attack
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 5, 39 The training of the new army in infantry attack has been exceedingly thorough, and the picture shows a company being exercised in crossing a deep trench.


London Scottish Going to Their Trenches
Title:
London Scottish Going to Their Trenches
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series 4, 26 "The great traditions of which we were all so proud were maintained, while the individual feats of heroism will be handed down to history." (Divisional order to London Scottish after July 1st, 1916.)



"Tommy's" Look-Out in a Captured Trench at Orvillers
Title:
"Tommy's" Look-Out in a Captured Trench at Orvillers
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series VII, 54 This picture vividly shows trench life as it is lived by our "Tommies". It is a German trench at Ovillers, which they made their own.


Star Shell Bursting Near British Lines
Title:
Star Shell Bursting Near British Lines
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series VII, 51 The picture shows the brilliant effect at night of a star shell bursting near the British lines on the Western Front.



The "Fighting Fifth" (Northumberland Fusiliers) After the Battle of St. Eloi
Title:
The "Fighting Fifth" (Northumberland Fusiliers) After the Battle of St. Eloi
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series VII, 53 Assisted by the Royal Fusiliers the "Fighting Fifth" (Northumberland Fusiliers) took with splendid dash the first and second line trenches at St. Eloi.


The Glorious First of July, 1916--Our First Prisoners
Title:
The Glorious First of July, 1916--Our First Prisoners
Divided Back unused

Description:
Official War Photographs Series 56 "Daily Mail" War Pictures A great flow of German prisoners into the British camps began immediately with the Great Advance, and the picture shows the first batch marching in.



"BlackWatch" Pipers Playing To The Captor's of Longueval
Title:
"BlackWatch" Pipers Playing To The Captor's of Longueval
Divided Back unused

Description:
The "Tommies" who are seen listening to the Black Watch pipers, had just been engaged in the storming of Longueval, which they took in twenty-five minutes.


The Burial of Two British Soldiers on the Battlefield
Title:
The Burial of Two British Soldiers on the Battlefield
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series VIII, 59 "Daily Mail" War Pictures Into this battlefield grave two dead British soldiers have been reverently placed while the Padre reads the solemn words of the Burial Service.



Daily Mail War Pictures
Title:
Daily Mail War Pictures
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series VIII, 62 War is no longer shell for shell and shot for shot. The unwounding, but deadly, gas-cloud is added to the risks of the masked gunner.


The Wilsthire's Cheering During the Great Advance
Title:
The Wilsthire's Cheering During the Great Advance
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series VIII, 61 "No regiment has done better than the Wiltshires," said King George, early in 1915, and since then the two gallant battalions have added greatly to their laurels.



Church Service Before Battle
Title:
Church Service Before Battle
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series I, 3 This impressive picture shows a Church of England service on the battlefield for troops going into the trenches, the Chaplain officiating from a small field altar.


Wounded "Tommy" to the Photographer "I'm Not A German!"
Title:
Wounded "Tommy" to the Photographer "I'm Not A German!"
Divided Back unused

Description:
Daily Mail War Pictures Series 57 A wounded "Tommy" being carried to camp by four German prisoners, suddenly sees the photographer and shouts to him "Hallo! I'm not a German."



Highlander Soldiers
Title:
Highlander Soldiers
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series I, 2 Highlanders pipe themselves back from the trenches. Our gallant Highlanders, who love to charge the enemy to the skirl of the pipes, are fond of playing their national music in lighter mood as seen in the picture.


Sir D. Haig Introducing Pertab Singh to General Joffre
Title:
Sir D. Haig Introducing Pertab Singh to General Joffre
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series I, 6



A Big Mine Exploding - "Daily Mail" War Pictures
Title:
A Big Mine Exploding - "Daily Mail" War Pictures
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series VIII, 64 This picture shows the effect, like the belching of a volcano, of the explosion of a big mine whose construction has taken months of toil.


2nd Illinois Regiment Armory
Title:
2nd Illinois Regiment Armory
Divided Back unused

Description:
Crowds waiting to identify friends.



Marshal Joffre
Title:
Marshal Joffre
Divided Back unused


A Soldier Writing a Letter
Title:
A Soldier Writing a Letter
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Dearest Girl in All the World.



Belleau Wood-France
Title:
Belleau Wood-France
Divided Back unused

Description:
American advance, wounded and dying Germans spread along the road.


Giving the Germans Gas, French Officers American Infantry, France
Title:
Giving the Germans Gas, French Officers American Infantry, France
Divided Back unused



Military Men in Camp
Title:
Military Men in Camp
Divided Back PM 1915 Jul-19


U.S. Navy Hydro-Aeroplane
Title:
U.S. Navy Hydro-Aeroplane
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 14 The machine shown here is a biplane of the most advanced type. note he boat-like lines of the body. It is built with what is known as pontoon construction, which enables it to alight on and rise from the water. This type of machine also has splendid rising of climbing ability so that it can fly without having to run along a great distance on the level. Because of this it is especially desirable for navy use, as it can be started from the deck of a battleship. Use of the aeroplane in the present European war has practically revolutionized modern methods of warfare. Our Aviation Corps makes up in skill and achievement what it lacks in numbers, and the Government is hard at work building new machines and training new men to increase this very important arm of the service.



Entrance to James Gabriel Demonstration Area, Special Warfare Center
Title:
Entrance to James Gabriel Demonstration Area, Special Warfare Center
Fort Bragg North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused


William C. Lee Field House
Title:
William C. Lee Field House
Fort Bragg North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused



Trainees Overcome Obstacle
Title:
Trainees Overcome Obstacle
Fort Polk Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainees overcome obstacle on the confidence course. Fort Polk, a U.S. Army Training Center, Infantry, covers 149,268 acres in the Kisotchie National Forest in western Louisiana near the communities of Leesville and DeRidder.


American Independence Day in Paris, July 4th, 1918
Title:
American Independence Day in Paris, July 4th, 1918
Divided Back unused



Army Chaplain Tending British Graves
Title:
Army Chaplain Tending British Graves
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series I, 7


Belgian Soldiers in the Trenches near Maltines
Title:
Belgian Soldiers in the Trenches near Maltines
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 145



Couple Kissing Behind Guard Shack
Title:
Couple Kissing Behind Guard Shack
unused


For Freedom and Liberty
Title:
For Freedom and Liberty
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Regent Series 1872



Generalfeldmarschall V. Hindenburg
Title:
Generalfeldmarschall V. Hindenburg
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 7531


German Man in Uniform - Royalty?
Title:
German Man in Uniform - Royalty?
Divided Back PM 1917 Jun-23



Italian War Bonds/Savings Advertisment
Title:
Italian War Bonds/Savings Advertisment
Divided Back unused

Description:
Porta il tuo Salvadanaio perche papa Ritorni presto Vincitore.


L'Automobile du General Gouraud, Commandant la IV, Armee Francaise
Title:
L'Automobile du General Gouraud, Commandant la IV, Armee Francaise
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 78 Strasbourg - Entree solennelle du Marechal Petain, le 25, Novembre 1918.



Les Fetes de la Victoire a Paris - 14 Juillet 1918
Title:
Les Fetes de la Victoire a Paris - 14 Juillet 1918
Divided Back unused


Military Men in Parade in Strasbourg
Title:
Military Men in Parade in Strasbourg
Strasbourg, Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 71 Entree du General Gouraud, a la tete de la IV. Armee Francaise le 22 Novembre 1918.



Picture of Navy Warship, Inset of Sailor
Title:
Picture of Navy Warship, Inset of Sailor
Linen PM 1944 Mar-17

Description:
Series A18 Have we got a navy! Ask Hirohito. Has Japan got a navy? Ask Davey Jones.


Pierre Sellier Hand Signed
Title:
Pierre Sellier Hand Signed Autograph
Divided Back

Description:
Bugler of the Armistice who sounded "Cease firing".



Squad Drill, Camp Lee
Title:
Squad Drill, Camp Lee
Petersburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Series 222769


The Territorial Captured!
Title:
The Territorial Captured!
Divided Back PM 1912 Mar-19



The Tightening Grip
Title:
The Tightening Grip
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series H. 202.S. Leaders of the: British Empire; Russia; Italy; France; Belgium; and Japan.


Thirsty German Prisoners in Their Barbed Wire Cage POW
Title:
Thirsty German Prisoners in Their Barbed Wire Cage POW
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battle Pictures Series I, 8 The first desire of German prisoners brought into camp is to quench their thirst, and the picture shows how they rush to the water tanks.



U.S. National Army Cantonment, Camp Lee
Title:
U.S. National Army Cantonment, Camp Lee
Petersburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Series A-76078


United for Humanity and Democracy
Title:
United for Humanity and Democracy
Divided Back



United We Stand
Title:
United We Stand
Divided Back


Young Women's Christian Association, Hostess House, Camp Lewis
Title:
Young Women's Christian Association, Hostess House, Camp Lewis
Tacoma Washington (WA) unused



The Chapel
Title:
The Chapel
Camp Kilmer New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused


U.S.O. Club
Title:
U.S.O. Club
Burlington Vermont (VT), Linen PM 1947 Jun-19

Description:
United Service Organizations



USS Bowfin
Title:
USS Bowfin
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
A WWII submarine that fought in the Pacific. She successfully completed 9 war patrols and now is part of the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Memorial.


U. S. Fleet Through San Francisco-Oakland Bridge
Title:
U. S. Fleet Through San Francisco-Oakland Bridge
Real Photo unused



Brick Barracks Lowry Air Force Base
Title:
Brick Barracks Lowry Air Force Base
Denver Colorado (CO), Real Photo PM 1949 Apr-20


Trench Warfare Scene
Title:
Trench Warfare Scene
Real Photo unused



Bombed Buildings
Title:
Bombed Buildings
Real Photo unused


Burial of French Dead
Title:
Burial of French Dead
Real Photo unused



Destroyed Building, WWI
Title:
Destroyed Building, WWI
Real Photo unused


Douglas B-19 Super Bomber's Landing Wheel
Title:
Douglas B-19 Super Bomber's Landing Wheel
Real Photo unused

Description:
96 inches, weight over 2400 lbs. This is the largest airplane ever built. 80 tons, wing spread 232 feet.



Portrait of Sailor
Title:
Portrait of Sailor
Real Photo unused


Snapshot of Japanese Sailors
Title:
Snapshot of Japanese Sailors
Real Photo unused



U. S. Coast Guard Training Station
Title:
U. S. Coast Guard Training Station
Port Townsend Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


Soldiers with Gear and Tents
Title:
Soldiers with Gear and Tents
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Dec-21



Inspection in Tent Pitching
Title:
Inspection in Tent Pitching
Camp Atterbury Indiana (IN), Linen unused


Ranger Course
Title:
Ranger Course
Camp Atterbury Indiana (IN), Linen unused



Telephone center no. 1
Title:
Telephone center no. 1
Baltimore Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1944 Aug-15

Description:
Telephone center no 1 maintained for the armed forces at Fort George G. Meade - Maryland by the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. of Baltimore City.


U.S. Navy Patrol Bomber XPB2Y-1
Title:
U.S. Navy Patrol Bomber XPB2Y-1
Linen unused

Description:
This monster Patrol Bomber flying boat is one of the United States Eagles which bear the brunt of high seas patroling for the Navy. It is a high wing monoplane with equally tapered wings.



No Matter Where Ever I Roam
Title:
No Matter Where Ever I Roam
Linen PM 1949 Apr-2

Description:
I'm always true to my girly at home: Oh yeah! Sailor with Hula Girls


Section of Street Showing Bayonet Court, Camp Wheeler
Title:
Section of Street Showing Bayonet Court, Camp Wheeler
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen



Spud Idaho
Title:
Spud Idaho
Idaho (ID), Linen PM 1943 Sep-24

Description:
Even the potatoes are on a "high plane" out here in IDAHO!


U.S. Navy Pre Flight School
Title:
U.S. Navy Pre Flight School
Linen



USAF C-130 Hercules
Title:
USAF C-130 Hercules
Chrome unused


Lockheed YF-12A
Title:
Lockheed YF-12A
Chrome unused



Newport Coast Guard Station Boat House and Pier
Title:
Newport Coast Guard Station Boat House and Pier
Newport Rhode Island (RI), Chrome unused


Homeward Bound 1919
Title:
Homeward Bound 1919
Real Photo PM 1919 Aug-1



H.M. Submarine "L 54"
Title:
H.M. Submarine "L 54"
Real Photo unused


H.M. Submarine "L 56"
Title:
H.M. Submarine "L 56"
Real Photo unused



U.S.S. "Passumpsic" AO-107
Title:
U.S.S. "Passumpsic" AO-107
Real Photo unused


Four Uniformed Soldiers Posing on Set
Title:
Four Uniformed Soldiers Posing on Set
Real Photo unused



Capt. W. Schultz's "Sport," Montabaur, Germany Peace Day June 23, 1919
Title:
Capt. W. Schultz's "Sport," Montabaur, Germany Peace Day June 23, 1919
Real Photo unused


ATLAS Intercontinental Ballistic Missile at Cape Canaveral
Title:
ATLAS Intercontinental Ballistic Missile at Cape Canaveral
Cape Canaveral Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
The mighty ATLAS Intercontinental Ballistic Missile gleams in the bright Florida sunshine at the Air Force Missile Test Center's launching site, Cape Canaveral, Florida as it is prepared for its flight through space down the Atlantic Missile Range.



Battleship in Harbor
Title:
Battleship in Harbor
New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1910 Jun-13


Cadet Michael Costello Portrait
Title:
Cadet Michael Costello Portrait
Real Photo



Cadet Regiment of University of Illinois
Title:
Cadet Regiment of University of Illinois
Chicago Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Compliments of the American Red Cross Canteen Committee
Title:
Compliments of the American Red Cross Canteen Committee
Springfield Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused



Mount Defiance Near Ticonderoga, New York
Title:
Mount Defiance Near Ticonderoga, New York
New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Aerial view showing the Summit House and lookout area. Historic Mt. Defiance, commanding the use of Ft. Ticonderoga, was the scene of important action during the Revolutionary War. Here General Burgoyne, on his march from Canada, forced surrender of the Fort by mounting cannon on the summit.


Two Soldiers Posing in Military Uniform
Title:
Two Soldiers Posing in Military Uniform
Real Photo unused



U.S.S. "Leviathan"
Title:
U.S.S. "Leviathan"
Real Photo unused


U.S. National Army Cantonment, Camp Gordon
Title:
U.S. National Army Cantonment, Camp Gordon
Atlanta Georgia (GA), White Border PM 1918 Aug-20



Bomb Throwing Practice
Title:
Bomb Throwing Practice
White Border


Shelter Tent Inspection
Title:
Shelter Tent Inspection
White Border PM 1918 Apr-27



Scene at Camp
Title:
Scene at Camp
White Border PM Jun-21


The Story Of the "General"
Title:
The Story Of the "General"
White Border unused

Description:
In the National Cemetery are buried James J. Andrews and his companions, who captured an Engine at Big Shanty on the Western & Atlantic Hallway in an attempt to burn bridges and cut the Confederate Army from its base of supplies. They were overtaken ; eight were executed as spies, six were paroled and eight escaped from prison. The famous engine "General" which was captured is kept as a Memorial in the Union Station at Chattanooga. A tablet tells the story of the raid.



Life in the U.S. Cantoment
Title:
Life in the U.S. Cantoment
White Border unused

Description:
Inspection of Sleeping Quarters.


Physical Exercise
Title:
Physical Exercise
White Border unused

Description:
Life in the U.S. Army Cantonment.



Typhus Innoculation
Title:
Typhus Innoculation
White Border unused


I;d Like To Use My Arms About You
Title:
I;d Like To Use My Arms About You
White Border



Schuetzengraben am Nordseestrand
Title:
Schuetzengraben am Nordseestrand
unused

Description:
Trench on the North Sea coast.


Heavy Guns in Reserve at Verdun
Title:
Heavy Guns in Reserve at Verdun




328 Days to Go for the Reserve
Title:
328 Days to Go for the Reserve
PM 1911 Jan-2

Description:
Wisst Ihr, Leute, was i traumt hab? Schon auf dem Heimweg sah ich mich! Die Tage floh'n, die Meilensteine - Da freute ich mich koeniglich! Gewiss! Trotz Bomben und Granaten! Lebt sich's famoes beim Militaer - Manch' Schatz und Schmatz blueht den Soldaten - Doch ach! nach Hause zieht's noch mehr! Do you know what I have dreamed of, you people? I saw myself on the road home! The days flown away – the milestones – I rejoiced mightily! Let me tell you! For all the bombs and grenades – It’s a great life in the army – Some soldiers have a sweetheart Which makes home call even louder!


Fresnes in der Woevre-Ebene mit franz. Denkmal (Fresnes with the French Memorial)
Title:
Fresnes in der Woevre-Ebene mit franz. Denkmal (Fresnes with the French Memorial)
Fresnes unused



German WWI Card: "Vermunderlich"
Title:
German WWI Card: "Vermunderlich"



German WWI Feldpost card
Title:
German WWI Feldpost card
unused



Gruess com Schiessplatz Wahn, Rheinl. (Greetings from the Shooting Range at Wahn, Rhineland
Title:
Gruess com Schiessplatz Wahn, Rheinl. (Greetings from the Shooting Range at Wahn, Rhineland
PM 1905 Jul-4


Kriegslazarett
Title:
Kriegslazarett
Jarny PM 1917 Apr-19



Panthéon de la Guerre
Title:
Panthéon de la Guerre
Paris unused


Ronvaux in Ruins
Title:
Ronvaux in Ruins
Ronvaux PM 1918 Mar-10



Soldiers on the March, Wood block Print Style
Title:
Soldiers on the March, Wood block Print Style
Bonn PM 1914 Dec-20

Description:
Artwork in the Arndt Museum, Bad Godesberg, Bonn


St. Mihiel Massbrucke
Title:
St. Mihiel Massbrucke
PM 1917 Jan-14



St. Privat,  Battle of Gravelotte  monument?
Title:
St. Privat, Battle of Gravelotte monument?
Gravelotte PM 1916 Aug-3


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Amanweiler PM 1916 Apr-23



WWI Deutsche  Feldpost
Title:
WWI Deutsche Feldpost
PM 1918 Jul-27


WWI German Feldpost, Probably France
Title:
WWI German Feldpost, Probably France
PM 1918 Jun-18



Chapel, Dover Air Force Base
Title:
Chapel, Dover Air Force Base
Dover Delaware (DE), Chrome unused

Description:
The base Chapel was opened 24 June 1956. Facilities are provided for Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish Personnel, Chaplains, and Service Specialists.


Special Forces Operational Team With Full Equipment, Special Warfare Center
Title:
Special Forces Operational Team With Full Equipment, Special Warfare Center
Fort Bragg North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused



J.F.K. Hall
Title:
J.F.K. Hall
Fort Bragg North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Headquarters for John F. Kennedy Center for Military Assistance.


Squier Hall, Officers' Department of the U. S. Army Signal School
Title:
Squier Hall, Officers' Department of the U. S. Army Signal School
Fort Monmouth New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused



Typical Bivouac Scene at Fort Dix
Title:
Typical Bivouac Scene at Fort Dix
Chrome unused

Description:
Here, the men live in tents to acclimate them to meet rigorous physical requirements.


Typical Bivouac Scene at Fort Dix
Title:
Typical Bivouac Scene at Fort Dix
Chrome unused

Description:
Here the men live in tents, to acclimate them meet rigorous physical requirements.



View of Ft. Dix
Title:
View of Ft. Dix
Chrome unused

Description:
Looking torward Headquarters.


Training March
Title:
Training March
Chrome unused

Description:
Recruits march to various training activities at Fort Dix, N.J.



Slide for Life
Title:
Slide for Life
Fort Jackson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainees negotiate Slide for Life obstacle on confidence course. Trainees must climb a pole tower and then lower themselves down a rope to a final drop of ten feet. Fort Jackson, a US Army Training Center, is located in the capital city of Columbia, SC, and is named in honor of President Andrew Jackson.


Trainees on Range 10
Title:
Trainees on Range 10
Fort Jackson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Trainees fire the M-16 rifle for qualification. The M-16 the Army's standard rifle - weighs 11 1/2 pounds combat ready, uses 5.56 mm ammunition and can be fired semi- or fully-automatic. Fort Jackson, a US Army Training Center, is located in the capital city of Columbia, SC, and is named in honor of President Andrew Jackson.



Heli-Borne Armored Assault Infatrnyment
Title:
Heli-Borne Armored Assault Infatrnyment
Fort Hood Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Preparing to airlift to a combat hot spot, armored fire teams with full combat equipment enter helicopters for quick and safe transport to repel on enemy thrust of the US Army's foremost armored training center.


Builders
Title:
Builders
Chrome unused

Description:
One of the engineer battalions construct a bridge on the edge of Lake Belton, just one of the training exercises conducted at Fort Hood,ideal location for year-round armor training of armor units.



Naval Supply Annex on Rough and Ready Island
Title:
Naval Supply Annex on Rough and Ready Island
Stockton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Rough and Ready Island, Stockton Channel, two and one half miles from the heart of the city.


U.S. Naval Air Station
Title:
U.S. Naval Air Station
Lemoore California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Navy A4 jet aircraft at base operations building.



Entrance to U.S. Naval Station
Title:
Entrance to U.S. Naval Station
Mayport Florida (FL), Chrome unused


Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz
Title:
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz
Chrome unused



U. S. Air Corps
Title:
U. S. Air Corps
Linen PM 1941

Description:
U.S. Army Air Corps


Main Gate, Camp Chaffee, Arkansas
Title:
Main Gate, Camp Chaffee, Arkansas
Fort Chaffee Arkansas (AR), Linen unused



Chapel, Camp Chaffee, Arkansas
Title:
Chapel, Camp Chaffee, Arkansas
Fort Chaffee Arkansas (AR), Linen unused


Officers' Quarters, Lumpkin Road
Title:
Officers' Quarters, Lumpkin Road
Fort Benning Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1945 Dec-10



The new U.S.S. Cruiser Houston
Title:
The new U.S.S. Cruiser Houston
Linen

Description:
The new U.S.S. Cruiser Houston home from the wars for an 8-day Navy Week visit to her namesake city. The cruiser was built with funds from Houston citizens raised in a War Bond Campaign in December 1942, replacing its immediate predecessor of the same name, which was sunk by the Japs near Java, Feb. 18th, 1942.


U.S. Marine Base
Title:
U.S. Marine Base
San Diego California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The United States Marine Base is an important adjunct of Uncle Sam's defense units and one on which the citizens of San Diego take a just pride.



WAF Basics March, Downtown San Antonio
Title:
WAF Basics March, Downtown San Antonio
San Antonio Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
WAF BASICS march in downtown San Antonio as part of Lackland contingent.


United States Air Force Museum
Title:
United States Air Force Museum
Dayton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
The USAF Museum building was dedicated in 1971 by President Nixon. The world's largest and oldest military aviation museum. It originated in 1923 at McCook Field at Dayton, OH. The first exhibit building houses nearly 100 aircraft. This $7 million building was paid for through public contribution and donated to the USAF by the Air Force Museum Foundation. A %10.8 million building, housing 50 aircraft, was opened in 1988, funded equally by the Foundation and the government. The IMAX Theatre addition was completed in 1991, funded through public contribution and the Foundation.



A 35-ton Amphibian Tractor
Title:
A 35-ton Amphibian Tractor
Chrome unused

Description:
A 35-ton amphibian tractor of the 3rd Amphibian Tractor Battalion is guided into its parking place at Camp Del Mar, Camp Pendleton. As the vehicle's driver has limited visability, ground guides direct the driver in close quarters.


Bachelor Officer's Quarters at Basic School
Title:
Bachelor Officer's Quarters at Basic School
Quantico Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1969 Aug-14



Close Combat Fire Camp Hood Texas
Title:
Close Combat Fire Camp Hood Texas
Linen unused


Down in Dixie at Fort Fisher - Woman with Confederate Flag
Title:
Down in Dixie at Fort Fisher - Woman with Confederate Flag
Kure Beach North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The two largest land-naval battles of the Civil War took place at Fort Fisher on December 24-25, 1864, and January 13-15, 1865. Shown in the picture is a section of the land defense composed of six earthen mounds (which were 32 feet high alternating powder magazines and bomb-proofs) and seven gun emplacements. Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fort in the Confederacy and is located just below Carolina Beach, N.C.



Fort Jackson Military Band
Title:
Fort Jackson Military Band
Fort Jackson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Jackson, South Carolina After military band greeting at Post railroad station, receptees head for Reception Station to begin processing for entry into Army life. Located adjacent to the capital city of Columbia, Fort Jackson is one of the Army's largest basic training centers.


Tank Destroyer, Camp Hood Texas
Title:
Tank Destroyer, Camp Hood Texas
Linen unused



U.S. Air Force Academy
Title:
U.S. Air Force Academy
Colorado Springs Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Spectacular panoramic view of the Academic Section - dominated by the magnificent and now world famous 17-spire Cadet Chapel.


V for Victory
Title:
V for Victory
Linen unused



Fort Polk, Louisiana - Soldiers Shippingh Out After Eight Weeks Basic Training
Title:
Fort Polk, Louisiana - Soldiers Shippingh Out After Eight Weeks Basic Training
Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Polk covers 149,268 acres in the Kisatchie National Forest in western Louisiana. Its Infantry Training Camp is the largest basic training operation in the U.S.


"Pith Off!" - "But Thir, I've Only Jutht Got Here!"
Title:
"Pith Off!" - "But Thir, I've Only Jutht Got Here!"
Chrome PM 1974 Aug-14



Transporting Equipment, U.S. Armored Division
Title:
Transporting Equipment, U.S. Armored Division
Linen unused


Bantam Cars, US Armored Division
Title:
Bantam Cars, US Armored Division
Linen unused



A23:-U.S. Army Midget Cars in Practice Maneuvers
Title:
A23:-U.S. Army Midget Cars in Practice Maneuvers
Linen unused


U.S.S. "Cairo"
Title:
U.S.S. "Cairo"
Chrome PM 1984 Apr-26



Aeriel View Coast Guard Training Station Avery Point
Title:
Aeriel View Coast Guard Training Station Avery Point
Groton Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused


Sports Arena, Camp Shelby, Miss
Title:
Sports Arena, Camp Shelby, Miss
Camp Shelby Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1942 Nov-16

Description:
Camp Shelby, Mississippi Is named for a famed leader of men of Colonial Days, Colonel Isaac Shelby. Created during World War days, the camp was named in honor of a fighter, who earned a niche in history's hall by performing valiantly in the Revolutionary War. Camp Shelby is the second largest training camp. Built to accommodate 70,000 men.



First Cliff fro Coast Guard Staion
Title:
First Cliff fro Coast Guard Staion
Scituate Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM Aug-9


Manning a 3-Inch Anti-Aircraft Gun at Fort Eustis, VA
Title:
Manning a 3-Inch Anti-Aircraft Gun at Fort Eustis, VA
Fort Eustis Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1941 Nov-6

Description:
Defend Your Country-- Join the U. S. Army.



Army and Navy Masonic Service Center
Title:
Army and Navy Masonic Service Center
Neosho Missouri (MO), Linen PM 1944 May-15

Description:
ARMY AND NAVY MASONIC SERVICE CENTER Conducted by The Masonic Service Association of the United States


New Recruits Arrive at Fort MacArthur
Title:
New Recruits Arrive at Fort MacArthur
Fort MacArthur California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
After arriving in civilian clothes for induction into the army, these men pass through a number of tests to ascertain the branch of service for which they are best fitted. Later they are outfitted with regulation uniforms and await assignment to one of the training camps.



Solder Holding Hands of Young Woman in Street
Title:
Solder Holding Hands of Young Woman in Street
PM 1915 Oct-30

Description:
Fest wir in die Zukunft schauen, Deutschland kann nicht unterliemen, "Denn es mub, mit Gottvertrauen, Die gerechte Sache siegen!"


Wounded German Uhlan Received by Belgian Officer at Ostend
Title:
Wounded German Uhlan Received by Belgian Officer at Ostend
unused

Description:
Series 30



Solder Dressed Warmly in a Trench
Title:
Solder Dressed Warmly in a Trench
unused

Description:
Dans La Tranchee - Palais des Beaux Arts


Large Cannon Sticking out of Ground with Desolate Countryside
Title:
Large Cannon Sticking out of Ground with Desolate Countryside
unused

Description:
Series 641 Chuignes (Somme) - Gros Canon abandonne par les Allemands. Big gun let loose by the Germans.



Words to the "Marines' Hymn," Flag, Soldiers, Plane Artwork
Title:
Words to the "Marines' Hymn," Flag, Soldiers, Plane Artwork
unused

Description:
From the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli...3 full verses are included.


Battlefield Showing Dead and Wounded, White Horse
Title:
Battlefield Showing Dead and Wounded, White Horse
unused

Description:
Series 218 Musee du Luxembourt, Coin de Bataille, - Hoffbauer, - L.L.



U.S.S. Mishawaka
Title:
U.S.S. Mishawaka
San Diego California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Since May, 1963, this U.S. Navy YTB-764, has been in service at the Naval Station in San Diego. The Mishawaka, a yard tug boat whose duties are to assist Navy ships entering and leaving port, weighs 550 tons, is powered by 2,000 horsepower diesel engine and has a crew of seven. Compliments of Mishawaka Federal Savings & Loan Assoc.


1941 Eagle Above Flags of South America
Title:
1941 Eagle Above Flags of South America
unused

Description:
e pluribus unum - In God we trust to save America



Boy Soldier with Rifle Next to Girl
Title:
Boy Soldier with Rifle Next to Girl
unused

Description:
Fred Spurgin Comrade Series 963 Could we stand by and not do anything? Pourrons-nous assister a tout cela et ne rien faire?


Company of Tank Destroyer WAACs, Camp Hood
Title:
Company of Tank Destroyer WAACs, Camp Hood
Fort Hood Texas (TX), Linen PM 1945 Mar-19



Defile De La Victoire July 14, 1919
Title:
Defile De La Victoire July 14, 1919
unused


Die Sonne sank im Westen
Title:
Die Sonne sank im Westen
PM 1915 Sep-20

Description:
Und wird sie einst geführet, Von And´rem zum Altar, Soll sie an den noch denken Der einst getreu ihr war!



Drummer Marching in Front of Troops, Leader on Horseback
Title:
Drummer Marching in Front of Troops, Leader on Horseback
unused

Description:
Salon 1909, Eugene Chaperon. "Le Dernier Tambuor"


Germany Soldiers Mourning
Title:
Germany Soldiers Mourning
unused

Description:
Series 5620



HMS Ramilles
Title:
HMS Ramilles
PM 1908 Feb-24

Description:
Our Ironclads Series I, 9079


Keep 'em Flying
Title:
Keep 'em Flying
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1942 Aug-14



Kriegers Abschied.
Title:
Kriegers Abschied.
PM 1915 Nov-1

Description:
Series 36 6. Ein zärtlich Wort, ein Druck der Hand - Nun geht es furt zum Kriege. - Gott schütze unser Vaterland Und helfe uns zum Siege!"


Large group of uniformed men - POWs?
Title:
Large group of uniformed men - POWs?
Real Photo PM May-19



Largest U.S. Battleship, "The Louisiana"
Title:
Largest U.S. Battleship, "The Louisiana"
PM Jan-13


Lebe wohl!
Title:
Lebe wohl!
PM 1915 May-12

Description:
Series 5646



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


Nothing Much to Say But HELLO
Title:
Nothing Much to Say But HELLO
PM 1942



Pulling Pranks - "The Short Sheet"
Title:
Pulling Pranks - "The Short Sheet"
Linen PM 1942 Dec-3


Rear Admiral C. Thierry D'Argenlieu
Title:
Rear Admiral C. Thierry D'Argenlieu


Description:
National Commissioner with Portfolio



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