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Brest (France).

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Alfred G. Lawson USS Paulding log, 1917-1919

 Collection
Identifier: 2010-063
Scope and Contents A WWI sailor log of Alfred George Lawson on the U. S. S. Paulding from 1917-1919, which describes Lawon's experiences on the U. S. destroyer and his daily activities. The U. S. S. Paulding's primary duty was to escort convoys and protect them from German u-boat attacks. Most of the entries are very brief, merely talking about the weather and whether they were in port or at sea. However, others are much more detailed, particularly in the cases where the U. S. S. Paulding sank a submarine or...
Dates: 1917 - 1919

French Quay, 1919

 Item
Identifier: 2001.073.1.065
Scope and Contents Photograph depicts the view of the water from onboard an unidentified ship. Title supplied.
Dates: 1919

Pontanezen Barracks, Brest, France, 1919

 Item
Identifier: 2001.073.1.144
Scope and Contents Mid-distance view of the Pontenazian barracks in Brest, France. Title taken from description on back.
Dates: 1919

Pontanezen Barracks, Brest, France, 1919

 Item
Identifier: 2001.073.1.146
Scope and Contents Mid-distance view of the Pontenazian barracks in Brest, France. Title taken from description on back.
Dates: 1919

The Vatterland in Breast Harbor, 1919

 Item
Identifier: 2001.073.1.061
Scope and Contents This photograph depicts the ocean liner S.S. Vaterland, the largest liner afloat in 1914. Title taken from description on back.
Dates: 1919