World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- United States.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The album documents barracks life, rifle range acitivity, the Army Service School, Leavenworth prison, engineer training (road march, bivouac, pontoon bridges, walls, base camps, and locomotives (including some from the Paris-Orleans railway), rolling stock (box cars, flat cars, and tank car gondolas), steam shovels, and trucks (5 ton and ambulances). Post-war images include vehicles, buildings, construction (railroad bridge, river lock, river boat crane, barges, paved roads, etc.).
The Amos Todd ephemera consists of a group photo of the members of the Ambulance Company 167, 117th Sanitary Train, 42nd (Rainbow) Division, American Expedition Forces; a framed photographic reproduction of the officers and crew of the US Transport Mount Vernon; and the Roster of the Ambulance Company 167, 117th Sanitary Train, 42nd (Rainbow) Division, American Expeditionary Forces.
World War I era memorabilia of Homer Alva Armstrong, Bugler Company E, 117 Engineers, 42nd Rainbow Division. Items include 2 pocket diaries; medals, pins and patches; scrapbook; 4 caps, photographs, German souvenir postcards, currency, and a German metal sign for train passengers; National Guard certificate; "Hisory of the 42nd, the Rainbow Division"; "Official Summarized Chronology of the World War"; a field post letter and 2 postcards.
The Paul Havenstrite ephemera consists of the Roster of the Ambulance Co. 167, 42nd (Rainbow) Division, 117th Sanitary Train, American Expedition Forces. VERY FRAGILE: PLEASE REFER TO FACSIMILE.