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1. Henricks Food Shop Henricks Food Shop Commercial--Facilities--Grocery Photo of Henricks Food Shop. On back is "1012 Division, Henricks Cash & Carry. 1014 Division (Tieton Dr.) 1014 Meardinks Marketeria. 1014 Jordan Drugs. 1012 Dreswell Clearners."

2. 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...

3. Ruins of Somme-Py Ruins of Somme-Py Wars--World War I The ruins of the village Somme-Py which lay in the path of the Second Division as it advanced toward Blanc Mont Ridge. For about a week following the attack and advance of the division, Gen. Lejeune and...

4. Wounded From Ninth Regiment Infantry, Second Division Wounded From Ninth Regiment Infantry, Second Division Wars--World War I First wounded from Ninth Regiment Infantry, Second Division, telling their comrades of the progress pf the offensive. Donevre-en-Haye, France. Sept. 12, 1918. During the American drive on St. Mihiel Salient....

5. Hospitality Division Hospitality Division Events--Diamond Jubilee; Diamond Jubilee hospitality division Hilliard Joseph, Mrs Leon Hoff, Homer Splawn, and William Janes

6. Camp Lewis Camp Lewis Wars--World War I; Qualifying as scouts. Intelligence Division of Signal Corps, National Army at Camp Lewis, WA, testing their observation powers and telephoning their findings back to headquarters.

7. Soldiers at the Front Soldiers at the Front Wars--World War I; Soldiers at the front are given canned fuirts, sweets, and cigarettes by American Red Cross attached to Second Division. June 30, 1918

8. Dental Infirmary Dental Infirmary Wars--World War I; Dental Infirmary of One Hundred and Sixty-First Regiment, United States Infantry (formerly Second Regiment Infantry, Washington National Guard and detachment of the District of Colombia Infantry) First...

9. Infantry Colors Infantry Colors Wars--World War I; Colors of One Hundred and Sixty-First Regiment Infantry, Forty-First Division, on reviews at St. Romaine, at divisional review by Maj. Gen. Peter E. Traub, St. Romaine, Loir et Cher, Franc January 8 1919...

10. German Advance German Advance Wars--World War I; Map of the German advance of May 27 - June 1, 1918 and the route of the Americans 2nd Division, May 31 - June 1

11. "No Man's Land" "No Man's Land" Wars--World War I; Village Square in Bouresches. This village lay for a long time in "no man's land". The great oak that shaded the square was pelted by shell fire and every house in the village was practically destroyed....

12. Battlefield Map Battlefield Map Wars--World War I; The battlefield at Chateau-Thierry where the 2nd Division turned back the Great German Drive

13. Operation on Vaux Operation on Vaux Wars--World War I; Map of Operation on Vaux 6/29/1918 G-2-C Second Division

14. Hospital Train Hospital Train Wars--World War I Wounded men looking out the windows of the Hospital Train No. 59. First trainload of wounded soldiers to be sent back to the base hospital by an American division. Toul, France, May 13, 1918.

15. Maj. Gen. John Archer Lejeune Maj. Gen. John Archer Lejeune Wars--World War I John Archer Lejeune, Maj. Gen., United States Marine Corps, the intrepid commander of the Second Division from August 1918 until its demolition in September 1919.

16. German Prisoners German Prisoners Wars--World War I German prisoners captured on night of July 1st, 1918, by Ninth and Twenty-third Regiments, United States Infantry, Second Division, Chateau Thierrey, France.

17. German Prisoners German Prisoners Wars--World War I German prisoners captured on night of July 1st, 1918, by Ninth and Twenty-third Regiments, United States Infantry, Second Division, Chateau-Thierrey, France.

18. 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...

19. 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.

20. Red Cross Military Hospital Red Cross Military Hospital Wars--World War I Miss White, chief nurse, and First Lieut. J. W. Starkey, Ninth Infantry, Second Division, at American Red Cross Military Hospital No. 3, Rue Chevreuse, Paris, Seine, France. oct. 25, 1918.
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