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Hair Cut

Cutting hair at the camp. 166th Field Hospital, Baccarat, France.

National Archives Identifier: 530725

 

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Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving cheer distributed for men in service. New York City turned host to the boys in service today and cared for every man in uniform.

National Archives Identifier: 533729
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First Passover Sedar Dinner

The "First Passover Sedar Dinner" given by Jewish Welfare Board to men of Jewish Faith in the American Expeditionary Forces in order that they may observe the Passover Holidays. Paris, France.          

National Archives Identifier: 531147
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A Hymn About Action

An outdoor church service held by men of the 101st F. S. Bn. near the ruins of a church destroyed by shell fire near Verdun, Meuse, Oct. 18, 1918.                 

An outdoor church service held by men of the 101st F. S. Bn. near the ruins of a church destroyed by shell fire near Verdun, Meuse, Oct. 18, 1918.    

Catalog Number 2010.125.6                 

Catalog Number 2010.125.6                

     

An outdoor church service held by men of the 101st F. S. Bn. near the ruins of a church destroyed by shell fire near Verdun, Meuse, Oct. 18, 1918.                 
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Squad of American Soldiers

A squad of American soldiers listening to one of their comrades playing the organ in the half-wrecked old church in Exermont, in the Argonne. France, October 11, 1918. Sergeant J. A. Marshall.

National Archives Identifier: 530768
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African American Women Open a Club

African American women open a club for their men in the service, Newark, New Jersey.

National Archives Identifier: 533535
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Wounded Officers and Mrs. W. E. Corey

Wounded officers and Mrs. W. E. Corey, wife of the American steel magnate, who has given her home to wounded American officers. A game of bridge in progress on the veranda. Chateau de Villegenis at Palaiseau, France. 

National Archives Identifier: 530753
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Flying Squadron

American Red Cross in Great Britain. One unit of the famous "Flying Squadron" priding themselves on being able to get under way within three minutes of the time a call is received. American Red Cross.  

National Archives Identifier: 533468

       

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