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1. Base Hospital Base Hospital Wars--World War I General view of the grounds. Base Hospital Montpont, Dardogne, France. 1918.

2. Home of Crown Prince Home of Crown Prince Wars--World War I Where the Crown Prince lived at Cheateau-Thierry, France. 1918.

3. Base Hospital Base Hospital Wars--World War I General view of the grounds from the elevation of camp. Base Hospital Montpont, Dardogne, France. 1918.

4. Camp Genicart Camp Genicart Wars--World War I View of Camp Genicart, Bordeaux, France. 1918.

5. 105 mm Field Gun 105 mm Field Gun Wars--World War I A 105 mm field gun captured by Second Division, July 1918. Gun marked on top of barrel with emblem of Crown initials W. R. and the motto "Ultima ratio regis." W. R. stands for William II Rex. Gun marked...

6. Base Hospital Base Hospital Wars--World War I View of wards in court of a monastery. Base Hospital, Dordogne, France, 1918.

7. Hay Hauling Hay Hauling Agriculture--Livestock--Sheep Hay hauling, Dubois, Idaho, 1918. V.O. McWhorter, Superintendent, 1916-1922.

8. German Supply Base German Supply Base Wars--World War I A German supply base, showing many things essential to an army. near Cheppy, Meuse, France. Oct. 1918.

9. Headquarters of Gen. Wendell C. Neville Headquarters of Gen. Wendell C. Neville Wars--World War I Headquarters of Gen. Wendell C. Neville, who commanded the Fourth Marine Brigade, which successfully attacked and captured Blanc Mont in the operation of the Second Division in the Champagne sector, Oct....

10. Family Picnic Family Picnic People; Family picnic at Soda Springs at the North Fork of the Ahtanum, circa 1918. Soda Springs was the vacation spot for early pioneers.

11. Military Funeral Military Funeral Wars--World War I Funeral of First Lieut. Edward A. Larabee, Headquarters Company, Ninth Regiment & Infantry, aged 29, died Dec. 7, 1918, of spinal meningitis, secondary to gunshot wound in the head. Chaplain Peter J. Hershey...

12. Arizona Wins Second Arizona Wins Second Events--Rodeos Arizona wins second at the Let 'er Buck the Round Up, Pendleton, OR, 1918. Photo #17

13. Indian Parade Indian Parade Events--Rodeos Indian Parade, Let 'er Buck the Round Up, Pendleton, OR, 1918. Photo #10

14. Yakima Canutt Yakima Canutt Events--Rodeos Yakima Canutt bull dogging at Let 'er Buck, the Round Up, Pendleton, OR 1918. Photo #31

15. Grand Parade Grand Parade Events--Rodeos Grand Parade at let 'er Buck The Round Up, Pendleton, OR, 1918. Features teepees in background and mounted Indians in foreground.

16. Pinning D. S. C. Pinning D. S. C. Wars--World War I Brig. Gen. C. E. Kilbourne, pinning D. S. C. to Ninth Regiment Infantry colors. Bendorf, Germany. December 27, 1918.

17. German Prisoners German Prisoners Wars--World War I German prisoners under guard of Ninth Infantry, Second Division, passing through Laronville on way to division headquarters at St. Jacques. Sept. 12, 1918. Prisoners taken during great American drive on...

18. Ruined Church Ruined Church Wars--World War I Church ruined by shell fire, but Crucifix untouched. Lucy, France. Julty 21, 1918.

19. Premier Georges Clemenceau Premier Georges Clemenceau Wars--World War I Premier Georges Clemenceau congratulating American officers on their good work in the American sector. Left to right: Maj. Gen. Omar Bundy, Second Division; Premier Clemenceau; and Gen. Deganette, of French...

20. Infantry Coming Into Soissons Infantry Coming Into Soissons Wars--World War I Ninth and Twenty-third Infantry, Second Division, coming into Soissons sector from Chateau-Thierry after a forced march. Chavigny, France. July 18, 1918.
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