Corinna Haven Putnam and Joseph Lindon Smith World War I archive
2009.038

Summary Information

Repository
The University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Creator - Compiler
Smith, Corinna Lindon, 1876-1965
Creator - Compiler
Smith, Joseph Lindon, 1863-1950
Title
Corinna Haven Putnam and Joseph Lindon Smith World War I archive
ID
2009.038
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1914-1921
Date [inclusive]
1914-1958
Extent
26.0 Boxes
Location note
This material is housed off-site and will require special arrangements for anticipated use. Contact the Department of Special Collections.
Language
Multiple languages
Language
These materials are in English and French.

Preferred Citation note

Corinna Haven Putnam and Joseph Lindon Smith World War I archive, 1914-1958. Coll No. 2009.038. McFarlin Library. Department of Special Collections and University Archives. University of Tulsa.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

The University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections and University Archives 24 June 2010

McFarlin Library
University of Tulsa
2933 E. 6th St
Tulsa, OK, 74104-3123
918-631-2496
Marc-carlson@utulsa.edu

Revision Description

  7 January 2013

Access

This material is open for research use by any registered reader. This material is housed off-site and will require special arrangements for anticipated use. Contact the Department of Special Collections.

Use and Copyright

This material is owned by the University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections. Unpublished manuscripts are under copyright. Therefore, permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from both the repository and the copyright holder.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Purchased through Greg Powers Books from James Arsenault Rare Books, September 2009.

Processing Information note

Collection arranged and described by Milissa Burkart, 2010.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Comité Franco-Americain pour la protection des enfants de la frontière.
  • Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier.
  • James Arsenault Rare Books.
  • Powers Rare Books.

Genre(s)

  • Scrapbooks.

Subject(s)

  • Refugee children -- Belgium -- History -- 20th century.
  • Refugee children -- France -- History -- 20th century.
  • Refugee children -- International cooperation.
  • Special Collections -- Photographs -- World War, 1914-1918.
  • World War I Collection.
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Causes.
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Correspondence.
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives.
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Photographs.
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Refugees.
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Women.

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Collection Inventory

 2009.038.1 World War I - condensed - not used. 1916   1.0 Box Typescripts and carbon copy typescripts of Mrs. Smith's first hand observations and descriptions of the war and post-war, and war zones, in France, Belgium and Germany.

 2009.038.1.1 "Crossing the English Channel." 1916   1.0 Item Typescript, first draft, with carbon copy typescript of same with handwritten revisions. 16p.

 2009.038.1.2 "The Fighting Front in Northern Lorraine." 1916   1.0 Item Typescript and carbon copy typescript, both with handwriten revisions. 19p.

 2009.038.1.3 "Rheims Under Bombardment." 1916   1.0 Item Typescript and carbon copy typescript. 22p.

 2009.038.1.4 "American Occupation of the Rhineland." 1916   1.0 Item Original typescript with second carbon copy of same. 12p.

 2009.038.1.5 "After the Armistice." 1916   1.0 Item Typescript. 24p.

 2009.038.1.6 "After the Armistice." 1916   1.0 Item Second carbon copy typescript with handwritten revisions. 24p.

 2009.038.1.7 "Through the British Lines into 'Free' Belgium." 1916   1.0 Item Typescript and carbon copy typescript. 14p.

 2009.038.1.8 "America at War chapter." 1916   1.0 Item Typescript of a general outline covering 21 Mar 1918, the First Division, Pershing, and Secretary of War Baker. 2p.

 2009.038.1.8 Smith's brief list of who's who during WWI 1916   1.0 Item Typescript. 2p.

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 2009.038.1.9 The Children of the Frontier, Inc. 1917-1921   1.0 Folders Mrs. Smith's reports on the organization and its programs and work, conditions of children and families. Carbon copy typescript. 6p.

 2009.038.1.10 Program 1921-1922 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript report on the care of children and the 5 ways in which their care is funded. 4p.

 2009.038.1.11 Program Sept 1917 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript report on the establishment of a 30-bed hospital at Berck. 2p.

 2009.038.1.12 New York Executive Committee meeting minutes 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript. 2p. 2 copies.

 2009.038.1.13 Conditions of Finances, Jun 1921 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript with handwritten revisions. 1p.

 2009.038.1.14 Report on children's responses to Christmas festivities provided by COTF, Inc. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed transcriptions of portions of letters from the children's letters addressed to "The President and Our Good Friends in America." 3p.

 2009.038.1.15 Report on French and Belgian children and families visited by Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Hill, and Miss Priscilla Crane, Nov 1919 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typescript. 11p.

 2009.038.1.16 Report on French and Belgian children and families visited by Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Caroline Hill, and Miss Priscilla Crane, 10-28 Dec 1919 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescirpt. 50p. Areas visited include Oise, Semme, Aisne, Marne, Ardennes, Somme, Pas de Calais, Tourcoing, Lille Berck, Dunkirk, Steenvoorde, Steenbecque, Merville, Halluin, and Cambrai. Includes a list of families they tried to find; carbon copy typed letter from Caroline R. Hill to Miss Margaret Scott, 12 Dec 1919, concerning a particular young girl.

 2009.038.1.17 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 5-15 Aug 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript with handwritten notations. 7p. Areas visited include Le Havre, Bois Guillaume (Pres de Rouen), Rouen, Ampeville -la-Campagne, Thiberville, Cherbourg, and Barnetal (Pres de Rouen).

 2009.038.1.18 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 18-20 Aug 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript with handwriten notations. 10p. Areas visited include Montataire (Oise), Chantilly (Oise), Sen Lis (Oise), Ribecourt (Oise), and Compiegne (Osie).

 2009.038.1.19 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 21-26 Aug 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript with handwritten notations. 16p. Areas visited include Amiens, Abbeville, Cayeaux-sur-Mer, Neuville-les-Dieppe, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Dunkerque (Nord), St. Omer, Steenbecque (Hazebrouck), Armentieres, and Lille.

 2009.038.1.20 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 27-28 Aug 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript with handwritten notations. 17p. Areas visited include Cour de Len, Roubaix, and Lille.

 2009.038.1.21 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 30-31 Aug 1920 1917-1920   1.0 Item Typescript with handwritten notations. 11p. Areas visited include Halluin, Tourcoing, Noeux-les-Mines, Salome (Nord), and Sanighin en Weppes.

 2009.038.1.22 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 1-2 Sept 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typescript. 18p. Areas visited include Hersin-Coupigny (Pas-de-Calais), Loos-en-Gohelle (Nord), Sains-en-Gohelle (Pas-de-Calais), Beuvry (Pas-de-Calais), Sailly-la-Bourse, Bully-les-Mines (Pas-de-Calais), Bruay (Pas-de-Calais), and Labuissiere (Pas-de-Calais).

 2009.038.1.23 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 3-6 Sept 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript with handwritten notations. 20p. Areas visited include Bruay (Pas-de-Calais), Hallicourt (Pas-de-Calais), Calonne Ricouart (Pas-de-Calais), Arras (Pas-de-Calais), Noeux-les-Mines, Sallaumines (Pas-de-Calais), Lacaune, Lens, Douai, Arleux (Nord), Achicourt (Pas-de-Calais), Cambrai (Nord), Saint Martin Riviere (Aisne), WAlincourt (Nord), and Rieux (Nord).

 2009.038.1.24 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 7-9 Sept 1920 1917-1920   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript with handwritten notations. 17p. Areas visited include Maubeuge, Valenciennes (Nord), Guise (Aisne), Essigny-le-Petit (Aisne), Saint-Michel (Aisne), Origny-en-Thierache (Aisne), Saint Quentin (Aisne), Mesnil-Sainte-Nicaise (Somme), Albert (Somme), Athiers (Somme), Vaux (Aisne), Hattencourt (Somme), Rethonvillers (Somme), and Ham (Somme).

 2009.038.1.25 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 2-3 Oct 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript. 17p. Areas visited include Reims, Blanzy-les-Fismes, Lacaune, Gueux (Marne), Braime (Aisne), Joncherry-sur-Vesle (Marne), Muizon (Marne), Beaurieux (Aisne), Pevy (Marne), and Villedemange (Marce).

 2009.038.1.26 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 4-5 Oct 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript. 15p. Areas visited include Vailly sur Aisne, Berck, Venizel (Aisne), Fere-en-Tardenois (Aisne), Braine (Aisne) and Laon (Aisne).

 2009.038.1.27 Dossiers on families and children visited by Miss Peabody and Mme. Pelcott, 6-9 Oct 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon typescript. 16p. Areas visited include Epourdon (Aisne), La Fere (Aisne), Charmes (Aisne), La Neuville (Aisne), Bucy-les-Pierpont (Aisne), Givet (Ardennes), Charleville (Ardennes), Carignan (Ardennes), Nogent-sur-Seine, St. Laurent (Meuse),Thonne-les-Pres (Meuse), and Wadelincourt.

 2009.038.1.28 Report based on the culmination of the New York Executive Committee of the COTF, Inc. study of homes in devastated areas with a view of returning children in colonies to their homes and families as soon as possible. Nov 1919-Jan 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typescript of a report following two 7 week, 5000 kilometer motor trips conducted by Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Caroline Hill, and Miss Priscilla Crane. 10p. Includes mention of Dr. Jacques Calve who provided his services to the Berck-Plage Sanatorium maintained by the Committee and typed comments by Dr. Calve about the project of a research and educational hospital at Berck, 3p.

 2009.038.1.29 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 28th meeting, 9 Aug 1917. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 3p.

 2009.038.1.30 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 43rd and 44th meetings, 20 Dec 1917, 3 Jan 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 2p each.

 2009.038.1.31 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 45th meeting, 10 Jan 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 2p.

 2009.038.1.32 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 46th meeting, 24 Jan 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 2p.

 2009.038.1.33 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 47th meeting, 31 Jan 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed meeting minutes. 2p.

 2009.038.1.34 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 48th meeting, 7 Feb 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed meeting minutes. 3p.

 2009.038.1.35 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 49th meeting, 14 Feb 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 4p.

 2009.038.1.36 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 50th meeting, 28 Feb 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 2p. 2 copies.

 2009.038.1.37 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 51st meeting, 7 Mar 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Meeting minutes in 3 versions. Version 1: Mimeograph. 3p. Version 2: Carbon copy typescript. 4p. Version 3: Carbon copy typescript. 2 copies, 2p each.

 2009.038.1.38 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 52nd meeting, 21 Mar 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Meeting minutes in 2 versions, both carbon copy typescripts, 3p each.

 2009.038.1.39 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 53rd meeting, 4 Apr 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 5p.

 2009.038.1.40 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 54th meeting, 11 Apr 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 6p.

 2009.038.1.41 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 55th meeting, 18 Apr 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbona copy typed meeting minutes. 3p.

 2009.038.1.42 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 56th meeting, 25 Apr 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed meeting minutes. 6p.

 2009.038.1.43 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 57th meeting, 2 May 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy and typed meeting minutes. 4p.

 2009.038.1.44 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 59th and 60th meeting, 23, 30 May, 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed meeting minutes, 1p each.

 2009.038.1.45 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 63rd meeting, 25 Jul 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed meeting minutes on offical Committee letterhead. 4p.

 2009.038.1.46 Executive Committee in France, Franco-American Committee for the Protection of the Children of the Frontier. 74th meeting, 2 Dec 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed meeting minutes. 8p.

 2009.038.1.47 Colony reports 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed memorandum by Mrs. Caroline Hill in reference to Les Abeilles - Berck Plag, 1918-1919. 3p.

 2009.038.1.48 Colony reports 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed memorandum by Miss Crane in reference to Cabourg, Dec 1918. 1p.

 2009.038.1.49 Colony reports 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed memorandum with handwritten notes and additions to text in reference to Grammont (near Montpillier), 9 Dec 1919. 4p.

 2009.038.1.50 Colony reports 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed memorandum by Mrs. Corinna Lindon Smith for Mr. Jaccaci in reference to Lacaune, 9 Dec 1919. 2p.

 2009.038.1.51 Colony report 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed memorandum, with handwritten additional notes, in reference to Bedariaux, 9 Dec 1919. 6p.

 2009.038.1.52 Colony reports 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed memorandum in reference to Nemours, 6 Jan 1920. 4p. Includes typed transcription of a letter from marguerite Milewski to Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Hill, et al, saying it is impossible to take her children back due to lack of living space, income, and poor health; and typed transaction of a thank you letter from Genevieve Coulon.

 2009.038.1.53 Colony report 1917-1921   1.0 Item Typed and signed report, the second report on Bourdigal, by Miss Priscilla Crane, with handwritten marginal notes, 26-29 Mar 1920. 4p.

 2009.038.1.54 Colony report 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed report by Mrs. Hill and Miss Crane in reference to St. Laurent, 3 Apr 1920. 4p.

 2009.038.1.55 Colony report 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed and signed report by [August F. ---] on the new colony to be established at St. Aubin-sur-Mer, Calvados. 2p.

 2009.038.1.56 Memorandum regarding children's continued care. Nov 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typescript. 1p.

 2009.038.1.57 List of colonies and sanatoriums 1917-1921   1.0 Item Carbon copy typed list, by location, capacity, number of children taken in, number of children free, 28 Apr 1921. Contains handwritten revisions and notes plus a carbon copy typed list of colo9nies and their children as of Oct 1921. 3p.

 2009.038.1.58 Correspondence 1917-1921   1.0 Item Letter from Mrs. Caroline R. Hill to Max Farrand, General Director, The Commonwealth Fund, New York City, 7 Jan 1921.Copy of a typed letter request for a gift towards Children of the Frontier tuberculosis program. 2p. Letter from Mrs. Caroline R. Hill to W. S. Richardson, Secretary, Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, 7 Jan 1921. Carbon copy typed letter furnishing a requested financial statement. 2p, 2 copies. Letter from Mrs. Caroline R. Hill to W. S. Richardson, Secretary, Laura Spelman Rockefelelr Memorial, 29 Jan 1921. Carbon copy typed letter regarding the propsed nationwide American appeal for funds for feeding Europen children. 2p. Letter from Almroth E. Wright to Dr. Max Farrand. Copy of a typed letter in reference to support of Dr. Calve and tuberculous children at Berck. 1p. Letter from Linsly R. Williams, Director, Rockefeller Foundation International Health Board Commission for the Prevention of Tuberculosis in France to Mr. Jaccaci, Paris, 1 Jul 1921. Copy of a typed letter regarding the Foundation's inability to assist with Dr. Calve in establishing a lab at Berck. 1p. Letter from Linsly R. Williams, Director Rockefeller Foundation International Health Board Commission for the Prevention of Tuberculosis in France to Paul D. Cravath, 1 Jul 1921. Carbon copy typed letter in reference to the lab at Berck. 2p. Letter from [Jaccaci] to unknown recipient, 20 Oct 1921. Carbon copy typed letter with a handwritten note in reference to a fundraising event. 1p. Memorandum from the Office National des Pupilles de la Nation, Cabinet du Secretaire General. Typed list of approximate number of identified wards, number of likely wards, number of wards tuberculor or pre-tuberulor. 1p. Letter from Livingston Farrand, Chairman, Central Committee to Frederic R. Coudert, New York City, undated. Carbon copy typed leter in reference to Dr. Jacques Calve at the Berck Hospital. 1p.

 2009.038.1.59 Correspondence 1917-1921   1.0 Item Portion of a handwritten letter (written in French), author unknown, regarding the author's need as well as all Belgian children's need for assistance. Includes envelope addressed to Mdm. Joseph Lindon Smith and Mdm. John [Bouney], Hotel Astoria.

 2009.038.1.60 Societe des Maisons Transportables, Paris. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Illustrated 2-color brochure. 2 copies.

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 2009.038.2 Photograph album 1917-1921   80.0 Photographs

 2009.038.2.1 Studio portrait of Mrs. Corinna Haven (Putnam) Lindon Smith. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Housed in a paper frame wrapper. Cutler Studio, Keene, New Hampshire. Sepia, 15.3 x 21.5 cm.

 2009.038.2.2 Studio portrait of [Joseph Lindon Smith], in uniform. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 21.4 x 16.5 cm.

 2009.038.2.3 Studio portrait of General Henri H. Giraud. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 25.4 x 20.5 cm.

 2009.038.2.4 Unidentified man in uniform pictured working at a desk. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Written on verso: "Envelope IX 95" Black/white, 18 x 23.8 cm.

 2009.038.2.5 Unidentified man pictured seated, 3/4 view. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 19.5 x 25.6 cm.

 2009.038.2.6 Same unidentified man as in 2009.038.2.5, side view. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 19.5 x 25.6 cm.

 2009.038.2.7 Unidentified woman in a hat, seated. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 19.5 x 25.6 cm.

 2009.038.2.8 Unidentified woman, seated. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 19.5 x 25.6 cm.

 2009.038.2.9 M. Monnet. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 9 x 14.6 cm.

 2009.038.2.10 "Brown". Lille, 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 9.1 x 14.6 cm.

 2009.038.2.11 Mayor of Dunkirk. 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 9.2 x 14.6 cm.

 2009.038.2.12 Mayor of Dunkirk pictured with a nun. 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 9 x 14.4 cm.

 2009.038.2.13 Burgomaster Max pictured seated at a desk, full view. Brussels, 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 9.1 x 14.5 cm.

 2009.038.2.14 Burgomaster Max pictured seated, 3/4 view. 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 9.1 x 14.5 cm.

 2009.038.2.15 Burgomaster Max pictured seated, 3/4 view. 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Enlargement of 2009.038.2.14 Black/white, 16.9 x 23.5

 2009.038.2.16 Burgomaster Max pictured seated, 3/4 view. 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Enlargment of 2009.038.2.14 Black/white, 16.9 x 23.5

 2009.038.2.17 Unidentified nun, in full habit, from the Convent d'Iypres. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 9.1 x 14.5 cm

 2009.038.2.18 Cure of Nieppen, 3/4 view. 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.5.13.1 Black/white, 9 x 14.6 cm

 2009.038.2.19 Cardinal Mercier at work in his office. Malines, Belgium. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.20-21 Black/white, 18.9 x 25 cm

 2009.038.2.20 Cardinal Mercier at work in his office. Malines, Belgium. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.19, 21 Black/white, 15 x 25 cm

 2009.038.2.21 Cardinal Mercier at work in his office. Malines, Belgium. 1917-921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.19-20 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.2.22 Cardinal Mercier, seated 3/4 view. Malines, Belgium. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.23-24 Black/white, 16.7 x 23.4 cm

 2009.038.2.23 Cardinal Mercier, seated 3/4 view. Malines, Belgium. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.22, 24 Black/white, 15.6 x 26.7 cm

 2009.038.2.24 Cardinal Mercier, seated 3/4 view. Malines, Belgium. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.22-23 Black/white, 15.6 x 26.7 cm

 2009.038.2.25 Cardinal Mercier, seated full view. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.26-27 Black/white, 17 x 23.3 cm

 2009.038.2.26 Cardinal Mercier, seated full view. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.25, 27 Black/white, 15.6 x 26.7 cm

 2009.038.2.27 Cardinal Mercier, seated full view. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.25-26 Black/white, 15.6 x 26.7 cm

 2009.038.2.28 Unidentified ordained man at work at his desk. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 23.4 cm

 2009.038.2.29 "Lois and Helen taking part in a parade showing Committees' work in France. They are in a revolving house which turns and shows same home destroyed and safe - representing Children of the Fronier Committee." Boston, Massachusettes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 16.3 x 21.5 cm

 2009.038.2.30 Group photo of workers in a soup kitchen for refugees. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 11.9 x 16.9 cm

 2009.038.2.31 "The civilians of St. Michel out to receive rivictuals from their deliverers." Chauroncourt, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 18 cm

 2009.038.2.32 "Somewhere in France. Refugees returning to their destroyed homes." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 18 cm

 2009.038.2.33 Homeless man and woman. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 18.1 cm

 2009.038.2.34 Group photo of 3 women, 1 man and a toddler seated at a dining room table. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.2.35 Two women pictured in a dimly lit kitchen. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 17.4 cm

 2009.038.2.36 "Paris. Montparnasse Station. Photo shows the refugees who have fled from the invaded towns, taking the train." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.3 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.2.37 "The old couple at Vailly, 1920." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.8 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.2.38 Four women walking on a country road with a loaded wheel barrow. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.1.6 Black/white, 9 x 14.5 cm

 2009.038.2.39 Two men pictured in a basement-like work area, one of which is seated and in uniform. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17 x 23.2 cm

 2009.038.2.40 Group photo of approximately 35 adults and 5 children pictured indoors. Caption reads, "waiting". 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph

 2009.038.2.41 Elderly woman pictured seated in the doorway of a severely damaged dwelling. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.6 cm

 2009.038.2.42 Woman pictured with her son, daughter, and elderly couple, seated in their home. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.2.43 Cure of Chermizey pictured standing outside a German dugout converted into housing. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.11.6 Black/white, 9 x 14.4 cm

 2009.038.2.44 Women pictured doing laundry at an Armenian refugee camp. Portsaid, Salonike. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 24.1 cm

 2009.038.2.45 Three men pictured seated at the city ramparts. Salonike. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 18.2 x 23.9 cm

 2009.038.2.46 Albanian Tziganes (gypsies) pictured seated outside a rock dwelling near Lake Prespa. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.2.47 Group of employees pictured standing outside a train station. All are wearing casques to protext themselves from German shells. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.9 cm

 2009.038.2.48 View of a crowd of people in a village square, watching the aftermath of an explosion or fire in the near distance. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.4 cm

 2009.038.2.49 Men and women at work in a vineyard near Herault, Beziers. The wine is made for consumption by soldiers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.4 x 17.5 cm

 2009.038.2.50 View of women transporting trunks on and off a railcar; a job previously performed by men. Montparnasse, Paris. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.2.51 Exterior view of the Smith College Dispensory. A young girl with her goats is pictured in the foreground. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.8 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.2.52 Woman pictured working in a field with a horse-drawn covered wagon in the background. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 23.7 cm

 2009.038.2.53 Two French women pictured working in a wheat field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.8 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.2.54 "The women of France have proved themselves capable in meeting any emergency in which their country would call them to meet. Not only they have successfully taken the place of men in technical work such as munitions factories, foundaries, etc. etc., but [they also have] proved themselves successful farmeresses. In this photograph we see a young peasant woman cooperating with her husband in putting the land into shape for next year's crop." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.8 x 24 cm

 2009.038.2.55 Group of women and men at work outside a water company. Choisey-le-Roi, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.9 cm

 2009.038.2.56 Three women in uniform pictured wheeling large wicker baskets down the sidewalk past shop windows. Markings on the basket in the foreground reads, "Banlieue 134". 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.9 cm

 2009.038.57 General [Bozer] and his entourage pictured walking down a city street. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 18 cm

 2009.038.2.58 French marshals and allies pictured at an official event at Metz, France. Featured are Marshal Joseph Joffred, Marshal Ferdinand Foch, Marshal Phillippe Petain, General George Pershing, and Sir (Fieldmarshal) Douglas Haig. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 18 cm. Stamped on verso: Levasseur Editeur Photographies Estampes. Paris.

 2009.038.2.59 Artillery observation tower in the trees at the French Front. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 18 x 12.8 cm

 2009.038.2.60 Four [French] soldiers picutred seated outside devastated buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 18 cm

 2009.038.2.61 Three soldiers pictured standing outside the ruins of a church with the remains of an ornamental rooster that at one time decorated the outside of the church. Ham, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 18.1 cm

 2009.038.2.62 Madagascan cooks pictured cooking in the field. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.2.63 View of prisoners of war in a POW camp at the French Front.` 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 18.2 cm

 2009.038.2.64 Group of [prisoners of war] repairing the roof of a building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.4 x 17.7 cm

 2009.038.2.65 Man pictured standing in an unidentified underground location. Tracy-le-Val (Oise), France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12,8 x 17.2 cm

 2009.038.2.66 Soldiers pictured in the field with war trophies of captured weapons and ammunition. Aisne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.1 x 17.7 cm

 2009.038.2.67 Soldier pictured standing amidst devastated buildings and rubble. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.2.68 Soldiers and civilians pictured clearing debris in the area of a demolished building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 18 cm

 2009.038.2.69 View of a field of graves marked with numbered crosses. Removed from an envelope marked: War pictures give to Corinna Lindon Smith by General Pershing. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 14.1 x 8.7 cm

 2009.038.2.70 View of a soldier's skeletal remains, still clothed in helmet and uniform. Annotation by Corinna Lindon Smith reads: "Horrors of war taken on the Plateau de Californie." Removed from an envelope marked: War pictures give to Corinna Lindon Smith by General Pershing. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.15.5 Black/white, 8.8 x 10.8 cm

 2009.038.2.71 View of a memorial tablet on a town wall memoializing victims. The table reads: Martyrs of freedom. 166 Dinantais [Dinant, Belgium] died here by guns on 23 Aug 1914 by the Saxon hordes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.5.8.9 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.2.72 View of a helmet hung on a cross in an open field. Annotation by Corinna Lindon Smith reads: "Many a lonely grave like this is found throughout France." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14.5 cm

 2009.038.2.73 American bugler/soldier in hat and poncho pictured in the field with his units weapons and gear. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.1-4 Black/white, 5.2 x 7.3 cm

 2009.038.2.74 Two soldiers, in dress uniform, posing amongst the rubble of destoyed buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.5 Black/white, 8.1 x 10.7 cm

 2009.038.2.75 Soldiers pictured at camp with a view of tents and barb wire perimeter. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.6 Black/white, 8.1 x 10.9 cm

 2009.038.2.76 Interior view of the destruction caused to factory machinery. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.2.77 Interior view of the destruction of a factory building and equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 23.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.2.78 View of 1 of 2 cranes of the [Jafy] steel mills in Beautor, France, saved from disaster. The crane will be sent to the workshops of Sedan, Ardennes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 23.8 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.2.79 View of a bridge with railcar, collapsed into a waterway. Annotation in French (mostly illegible) relates to the iron and steel industry. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Use as an illustration for Rising Above the Ruins in France, p6. Black/white, 16.8 x 22.2 cm

 2009.038.2.80 View of a downed tree due to being splintered at its base. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.9 cm

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 2009.038.3 Photograph album 1917-1921   123.0 Photographs

 2009.038.3.1 Destroyed fruit trees, done by retreating Germans near Noyon, April 1917. Aisne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 18.1 cm

 2009.038.3.2 A grinder with his wagon and dog. Rheims, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.3 Recapture of Thierry Castle. Photo shows Mr. LeBrun, Minister of Blockades, speaking to the inhabitants who remained in the castle during the short German occupation. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, French Pictorial Service photo, 12.8 x 18 cm.

 2009.038.3.4 View of a queue of people evacuated from threatened areas during the German offensive. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.5 View of a forest ravaged by bombardment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 23.6 cm

 2009.038.3.6 View of the Craonne Plateau. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 15.2 x 24.9 cm

 2009.038.3.7 View of destroyed dwellings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.8 View of destroyed dwellings near Rheims, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.3.9 Scene of destruction to an unidentified area. One shack can be seen partially coverd with a tarp marked with a large cross. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.3.10 Scene showing how the Germans overflowed the Lys River to check the advance of the Allied troops. Armentieres, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 18.1 cm

 2009.038.3.11 View of the destruction and flooding in Armentieres. 26 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17 x 23.4 cm

 2009.038.3.12 View of the destruction at Place des Halles in Armentieres. 26 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 23.4 cm

 2009.038.3.13 View of Lille Street in Armentieres. 26 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 23.4 cm

 2009.038.3.14 View of the destruction in Bailleul, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 23.2 cm

 2009.038.3.15 Another view of the destruction in Bailleul, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 23 cm

 2009.038.3.16 French factory owner returns, after Armistice, to the destruction of the machine room. 7 Oct 1919. Baileul, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.3 x 22.9 cm

 2009.038.3.17 View of Arras cemetery devastated by the Germans. Pas de Calais, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.3.18 Panoramic view of Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.4 cm

 2009.038.3.19 View of the rubble and remains along a street in Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.20 Group of adolescents pictured standing at the ruins of [Be--eroy] in Comines, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.2 cm

 2009.038.3.21 View of Basse-Bretagne Street. Comines, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 11.8 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.22 View of the roundabout on Rue de la Gare. Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.23 View of the Rue de la Republique. Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.24 View of the exterior of the municipal employees' [living quarters] in Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.25 View of the provisional station in Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.7 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.26 View of the remains of a bridge in Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.4 cm

 2009.038.3.27 View of the lock in Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.4 cm

 2009.038.3.28 Elderly man pictured requesting repatriation. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13.3 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.29 Scene of military interrogation of repatriots. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 18 cm

 2009.038.3.30 Large group of adults and children, pictured standing at tables and looking towards the camera, at an unidentified event. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 18 x 23.7 cm

 2009.038.3.31 Scene featuring the [Prefect] meeting the repatriots at the train station at Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 18 cm

 2009.038.3.32 Scene featuring the arrival of repatriots from Switzerland at the train station. Evian-les-Bains, France. 27 Sept 1917. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.7 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.33 Scene featuring repatriots' departure from the train station at Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13.4 x 18 cm

 2009.038.3.34 Scene of repatriots exiting the train station at Evian, France. Also featured are 2 ambulances parked outside the exit. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.35 View of the welcome banner hanging over a street in Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.55-56 Black/white, 12.6 x 17.7 cm

 2009.038.3.36 View of the welcome banner errected over a crowded street, with French flags flying. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.3.35 Same image as 2009.038.7.55-56 Same image as 2009.038.9.43-44  Black/white, 12.4 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.37 View of a Vive la France banner errected over a street leading out of Evian and the interior of France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.38 View of an old erpatriated man being aided by a man and woman down a street in Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.39 Scene featuring clerks and their clients in the repatriation center in Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.3.40 Scene featuring clerks working with repatriation records at the repatriation center in Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 24 cm

 2009.038.3.41 Scene of repatriates having soup and bread in Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.7 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.42 View of the ruins of a dwelling in the area of Ham, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.43 Crew reconstructing a bridge in the area of Ham, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.3.44 Group photo of the young men who hid themselves in Ham during the German occupation. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.45 View of the enamaling buildings in Bozel near Haubourdin, France. 7 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 16.7 x 22.3 cm

 2009.038.3.46 View of the reconstruction of the enamaling building in Bozel near Haubourdin, France. 19 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 22.7 cm

 2009.038.3.47 Overview of Haubourdin, France, taken from the house of the caretaker. 7 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.3 x 22.7 cm

 2009.038.3.48 Another view of the reconstruction of Haubourdin, France, taken from the house of the caretaker. 19 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 22.4 cm

 2009.038.3.49 View showing progress in reconstruction in Haubourdin, France. 31 Aug 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.3.38 Black/white, 17.5 x 23.1 cm

 2009.038.3.50 View of the debris in a field near Lens at the time of the Armistice, Pas de Calais, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Used as an illustration in Rising Above the Ruins in France, 2009.038.22.38 and 2009.038.23.6-9. Black/white, 16.6 x 22.2 cm

 2009.038.3.51 View looking east, taken from the top of the ruins of the church in Lens. A sign in the foreground reads, "Lens veut remaitre" (Lens wants rebirth). 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Used as an illustration in Rising Above the Ruins in France, 2009.038.22.39 and 2009.038.23.14-18. Black/white, 17 x 22.6 cm

 2009.038.3.52 A young girl pictured in front of the demolished town hall in Lens, France. 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 22.6 cm

 2009.038.3.53 View of [Cou-rge] Avenue in Bailleul, featuring the remains of St. Armand and St. Warst. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.2 x 22.9 cm

 2009.038.3.54 View looking north, taken from the ruins of a church in Lens. Also featured are the remains of the Banque of Lens. 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative image of 2009.038.3.55 Negative image, 17 x 22.3 cm

 2009.038.3.55 View looking north, taken from the ruins of a church in Lens. Also featured are the remains of the Banque of Lens. 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Positive image of 2009.038.3.54 Black/white, 17 x 22.3 cm

 2009.038.3.56 Group of men pictured shoveling debri into railcars near Lens, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.------ Black/white, 17.2 x 22.8 cm

 2009.038.3.57 Group of men, some engaged in excavation where a building once stood. Shadow of the cameraman and his tripod can clearly be seen in the foreground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 22.7 cm

 2009.038.3.58 View of the refection of the lock for the Douai Bridge in Lens, France. 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 22.7 cm

 2009.038.3.59 View of the Provisional Bank of Lens. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.1 x 22.6 cm

 2009.038.3.60 View of the Hotel Renaissance alongside another building under construction in Lens, France. 11 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.3 x 22.6 cm

 2009.038.3.61 Overall view of Bailleul, France. 26 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.3 x 23.3 cm

 2009.038.3.62 View of Lens from Paris Avenue. 11 May 1920. 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 23.3 cm

 2009.038.3.63 View of the train station at Lens, France. 11 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 22.8 cm

 2009.038.3.64 Man and boy pictured standing in the doorway of what remains of their home in Lens, France. 22 [Jan] 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.22.70 and 2009.038.24.5.21-25 Black/white, 16.9 x 22.8 cm

 2009.038.3.65 View of a cellar converted into housing by a family in Lens, France. 22 Jan 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17 x 22.5 cm

 2009.038.3.66 Signs of life returning indicated by laundry drying on makeshift clothesline. 22 Jan 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17 x 22.5 cm

 2009.038.3.67 View of the ruins of the city of Lille featuring a surviving building, located on Paris Street, with a posted Peace Hotel and Restaurant sign advertising fixed-price meals. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.2 cm

 2009.038.3.68 View of the military hospital from the street. Lille, France. 20 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 11.8 x 17.2 cm

 2009.038.3.69 Street view of the station square in Lille, France. 20 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.70 Group of children, one of whom is a young girl with an injured leg sitting in a wheelchair. Annotation reads "In the slums of Lille June 1919". 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 9.2 x 14.5 cm

 2009.038.3.71 View of the ruins of Marne as viewed by 5 officials. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.72 View of the entrance into the village of Montigny-sur-Vesle by the road of Ventelay, Marne. Features soldiers chatting and a horse-drawn wagon amongst the ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 18 cm

 2009.038.3.73 Interior views of the destruction of a bottleworks factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.74 Another view of the destruction of a bottleworks factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.3.75 View of the road leading into a snow-covered village in the Marne. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.3.76 View of destruction in the village at Verneuil-sur-Seine. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 18.2 cm

 2009.038.3.77 View of the area near the Marne River as it appeared following its recapture by the French. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.3.78 View of the ruins of Dormans. Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.79 View of the ruins beneath the arch under the church steeple in Marfaux. Features an intact statue of the Virgin Mary. Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 12.8 cm

 2009.038.3.80 View of the southeast side of the destroyed church at Chambrecy. Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.81 Interior view of the ruins of a factory or mill. Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.3.82 View of the artillery's 6-horse drawn wagon assiting refugees with their belongings. Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.83 View of a soldier overlooking the ruins of St. Hilaire le Grand and the entire village. Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.3.84 Exterior view of the ruins of the [Adrien LeGrand] spinning factory near Glageon. Maubeuge, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.2 x 22.8 cm. Office of Industrial Recovery.

 2009.038.3.85 Interior view of the [Adrien LeGrand] spinning factory. Maubeuge, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 22.8 cm

 2009.038.3.86 View of a marble quarry in the snow, located near Marpent. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17 x 22.7 cm. Office of Industrial Recovery.

 2009.038.3.87 Interior view of the ruins of Boussus clothing factory near Wignehies. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17 x 22.7 cm. Office of Industrial Recovery.

 2009.038.3.88 Interior view of the ruins of Montbard-Alilnoye iron and steel factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.1 x 22.9 cm

 2009.038.3.89 Exterior view of the ruins of [Japy] factory, Usine, France. [17 Jul 1919]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 16.3 x 22.1 cm

 2009.038.3.90 Exterior view of the ruins of [Japy] factory, Usine, France. [17 Jul 1919]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.3.89 Black/white, 16.3 x 22.1 cm

 2009.038.3.91 View of the nearly destroyed church and surrounding area in Merville, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.4 x 23.4 cm

 2009.038.3.92 View of a person moving stones and digging in the road. Meurthe-et-Moselle, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.93 View of destroyed agricultural machine laying in a field. Oise, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.8 x 23.7 cm

 2009.038.3 94 View of an agricultural machine destroyed by the German shells. Oise, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.7 x 23.7 cm

 2009.038.3.94 View of the ruins of the church in Dives. Oise, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13.3. x 17.7 cm

 2009.038.3.95 Group of children pictured outside of the provisional school and city hall. Oise, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.7 cm

 2009.038.3.96 View of a destroyed 2-wheel cart outside a stone and thatch-roofed dwelling. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.8 x 23.7 cm

 2009.038.3.97 A woman and young boy pictured standing in the doorway of their makeshift dwelling. Nampcel, Oise, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.9 cm

 2009.038.3.98 View of evacuees awaiting departure on the train. Oise, France. 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 18.1 cm

 2009.038.3.99 View of evacuees awaiting departure on the train. Oise, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.3.98 Black/white, 12.9 x 18.1 cm

 2009.038.3.100 Overview of a construction site outside Perenchies near Lille, France. 22 Dec 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.3 x 23.2 cm

 2009.038.3.101 Scene of the rebuilding of the [Linsbruts] store and file room at Sainte Ame, Perenchies, France. [20 Jul 1919]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.5 x 23 cm

 2009.038.3.102 View of buildings under construction at Sainte Ame, Perenchies, France. 4 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.3 x 23 cm

 2009.038.3.103 Looking down Vine Street towards the remains of Quesnoy-sur-Deule, France. 5 Oct 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.3 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.104 Looking towards the destruction in Quesnoy-sur-Deule from across the waterway. 30 Apr 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.2 cm

 2009.038.3.105 Looking down Castle Street towards the ruins of Quesnoy-sur-Deule. 30 Apr 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.4 cm

 2009.038.3.106 View of the rubble along Station Street in Quesnoy-sur-Deule, France. 30 Apr 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.3 x 17.2 cm

 2009. 038.3.107 Men and children picking through the rubble with the remains of St. Mairie Church seen in the background. 30 Apr 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.108 Exterior view of the provisional school with children playing in the yard. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.4 cm

 2009.038.3.109 View of corrugated metal buildings serving as dwellings in Quesnoy-sur-Deule, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.4 cm

 2009.038.3.110 Street view of the neighborhood of a forgette showing the cleanup of debris and mounds of bricks. Also features 2 men standing outside a storefront. 30 Apr 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.3 cm

 2009.038.3.111 Three men and a boy pictured on the steps of the interim City Hall. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.4 x 17.4 cm

 2009.038.3.112 Remains of the interior of the church chapel of [Tilloloy]. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.28 Black/white, 17.8 x 12.8 cm

 2009.038.3.113 Interior view of the destruction of the church nave in Roye. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 18 cm

 2009.038.3.115 View of the destruction of trees and buildings in an open area somewhere in the Somme. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.3.115 View from a hilltop overlooking an unidentified city in ruins somewhere in the Somme. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 18 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.3.116 View of the intersection of roads somewhere in the Somme. Signs indicate the direction to Barastre and Haplincourt. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 18 x 23.9 cm

 2009.038.3.117 View of the ruins along an unidentified village street. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.3.118 View of destroyed homes along a road near Roye. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.8 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.3.119 View of destroyed homes and an abandoned 2-wheel cart at an unidentified location. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.7 x 23.8 cm

 2009.038.3.120 View of a church in ruins in Bethencourt. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 18 x 23.9 cm

 2009.038.3.121 Two soldiers pictured before a damaged building. On soldier holds a damaged ornamental chicken. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 24 cm

 2009.038.3.122 Interior view of Amiens Cathedral showing the choir protected by sandbags. 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.123 Another view of the interior of Amiens Cathedral. 19171-21   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 18.1 x 23.9 cm

 2009.038.3.124 Interior view of a destroyed church in Montdidier. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 18 cm

 2009.038.3.125 Interior view of the ruins of a church in Grivesnes. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 18 cm

 2009.038.3.126 View of a church in total ruin in Nesle. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.5 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.127 Exterior view of a demolished church in Roye. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.8 cm

 2009.038.3.128 Exterior view of a dwelling in ruins. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.6 cm

 2009.038.3.129 Interior view of a church in ruin in Albert. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 17.9 x 13 cm

 2009.038.3.130 View of the south facade of a church from which a deep trench winds towards the foreground. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.6 x 17.7 cm

 2009.038.3.131 Soldiers pictured resting in the ruins after bombardment in Salivilles-Mongaival. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.8 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.132 View of what remains of the principle street in Lancourt. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 12.9 x 17.9 cm

 2009.038.3.133 View of the ruins along an unidentified road. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 13 x 18 cm

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 2009.038.4.1 Notepad 1917-1921   23.0 Pages Handwritten, pencilled notes in a notepad, taken for biography by Mrs. Corinna Haven Putnam Smith, Sept 1958. Contents include rough notes about her war trip to Belgium; notes pertaining to war time in Belgium and Northern France; and Burgomeistre Adolphe Max. 21.4 x 12.7 cm

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 2009.038.5 War front narrative 1917-1921   14.0 Folders Typed and photo-illustrated narrative by Mrs. Smith, with pencilled additions and revisions to text, documenting her trips to the war front. Individual narratives retain Smith's original titles. Many of these narratives were labeld "O.K. Dec 8, 1919."

 2009.038.5.1 "Along the Road." 1917-1921   1.0 Folders A typed and carbon copy typed narrative which includes discussion about the lives of returning refugees; re-establishment farms and livestock; scarcity of fuel; and conversion of cellars to living quarters.

 2009.038.5.1.1 Women collecting wood for winter. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.1.2 Close up view of one of the women with her cart loaded with wood. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same woman in 2009.038.5.1.1 Black/white, 8.4 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.1.3 Close up of one of the women, full view. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same woman in 2009.038.5.1.1-2 Black/white, 8.4.x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.1.4 Group of young boys picking up wreckage outside the villate of Kemmel. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.1.5 Close up of the boys. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same boys in 2009.038.5.1.4 Black/white, 8.3 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.1.6 Group of women on their way home from shopping. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.38 Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.1.7 Close up of two of the women. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same women in 2009.038.5.1.6

 2009.038.5.1.8 Group of women pulling carts bearing sacks of coal. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.1.9 Close up of the women pulling carts. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same women in 2009.038.5.1.8 Black/white, 8.4 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.1.10 Exterior view of the tower of the cathedral at Malines. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.1.11 Villager pictured with his newly chosen, governnment furnished, horse. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 14.4 x 9.6 cm

 2009.038.5.1.12 Street scene in Lille featuring a young woman delivering milk. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.4 cm

 2009.038.5.1.13 Refugee woman picutred on the farm with young children and geese, outside their makeshift dwelling. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.5 cm

 2009.038.5.1.14 Small boy erects a snowman amidst the ruins of Lievin. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.1.15 Group of men loading debris from the village into rail carts. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.9 11 Black/white, 8.4 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.1.16 View of the battlefield at Mount Kemmel on the British Front. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.1.17 Two nurses of the U.F.F. pictured in St. Quentin in snow-dusted capes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.1.18 Monsieur Flinois pictured standing with Mrs. Smith and her party. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.1.19 Owner of a cellar dwelling prior to being visited by Monsieur Flinois and Mrs. Smith's party. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.1.18 and 2009.038.5.1.20. Black/white, 8.3 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.1.20 Monsieur Flinois with a lighted lantern leading the way to a cellar dwelling. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.1.18-19. Black/white, 8.4 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.1.21 View of a gas alert signal device along the roadside of Armentieres on Plogstaert Road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.1 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.2 "Along the Road - 2nd trip." 1917-1921   1.0 Folders A typed and carbon copy typed narrative which includes a discussion about the resumption of cultivation of fields; the scarcity of food; children searching for bits of coal; the conditon of children along the French-Belgium fronier; and the reclamation of German army truchs, lorries and other weapons in France.

 2009.038.5.2.1 View of young boys and men pictured with a wagon-load of sugar beets. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.2.2 An elderly woman sitsin a chair outside a makeshift hut in the hamlet of la Vielle Mere. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.2.3 Mrs. Smith and Miss Crane pictured with their driver and his Renault, en route for Paris. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.2.41 Horse-drawn wagons pictured hauling coal into the cities. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same as 2009.038.9.15 Black/white, 8.6 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.2.5 Group of men and women searching for bits of coal along the Lille-Tourcoing roadside. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.2.6 Close up of a group of men and women searching for bits of coal. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same group of men and women in 2009.038.5.2.5 Black/white, 8.3 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.2.7 Group of children pictured carrying containers filled with the bits of coal they gleaned from the ash dump near the Brussels-Gand road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/whtie, 8.8 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.2.8 Group of children searching for bits of coal at the ash dump near the Brussels-Gand road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.2.9 Group of boys just out of school, standing in their village square near the Belgian frontier. 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.035.5.2.10 School children playing in the school yard at Noeux-les-Mines. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.2.11 Group of 4 children from a family of 9 children from a factory town near the French-Belgium frontier. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.2.12 French guard pictured sharing lunch with a group of children from the village. Aisne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.1.13 and 2009.038.8.31 Black/white, 8.4 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.2.13 French guard pictured sharing lunch with a group of children from the village. Aisne, France 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.1.12 and 2009.038.8.31 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.2.14 Group of children who have lived throughout the war under German occupation. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.2.15 Close up of children who have lived throughout the war under German occupation. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same children in 2009.038.5.2.14 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.2.16 Small boy, held by a nurse, at a maritime hospital in Norther France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.2.17 View of a park of German army trucks and lorries at Sedan, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.5.2.18 Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.2.18 View of a park of German army trucks and lorries at Sedan, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.5.2.17 Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.2.19 View of a reinforced concrete shelter alon the Ostend-Nieuport road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.3 "Along the Road - 2nd trip." Continued. 1917-1921   1.0 Folders Continuation of a typed and carbon copy typed narrative which includes a discussion about the resumption of cultivation of fields; the scarcity of food; children searching for bits of coal; the conditon of children along the French-Belgium fronier; and the reclamation of German army truchs, lorries and other weapons in France.

 2009.038.5.3.1 View of a German submarine, broken in two by a bomb at Ostend, docked at a repair station. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.42 Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.3.2 View of a slip where German submarines were brought in for repairs in Ostend. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.3.3 View of German guns captured by the English and abandoned in the suburbs of Lille, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.3.4 View of German guns captured by the English and abandoned in the suburbs of Lille, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.3.3 Black/white, 8.6 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.3.5 Men and women at work reclaiming a battlefield for agricultural purposes, as seen from the road from Arras to Cambrai. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.3.6 View of the remains of camouflage erected to protect a highway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.3.7 Close up view of the remains of camouflage erected to protect a highway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Close up of view of 2009.038.5.3.6 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.3.8 Street view of a church procession. Malines, Belgium. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.3.9 Miss Priscilla Crane pictured interviewing the ploughman. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.2 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.3.10 Street view of a bride and groom and their wedding party at Grandru. Oise, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph

 2009.038.5.3.11 Scene on the Place de la Concorde at the time the Armistice was signed. Paris, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.3.12-13 Black/white, 8.2 x 10.6 cm

 2009.038.5.3.12 Scene on the Place de la Concorde at the time the Armistice was signed. Paris, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.3.11, 13 Black/white, 8 x 10.4 cm

 2009.038.5.3.13 Scene on the Place de la Concorde at the time the Armistice was signed. Paris, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.3.11-12 Black/white, 8 x 10.4 cm

 2009.038.5.3.14 View of the high water of the Seine. 11 a.m., 20 Jan 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.3.15 Another view of the high water of the Seine. 11 a.m., 20 Jan 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.4 "American Effort." 1917-1921   1.0 Folders Typed and carbon copy typed narrative about the American effort to feed and temporarily house children and their families; American Red Cross contribution and distribution efforts; and efforts to school the children.

 2009.038.5.4.1 View of a well known illustrator painting box furniture in a classroom at the Jardin des Enfants school. Lieven. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.4.2 Large group of children pictured seated at table, ready for their meal. Some of the 32p plus children living with their families in temporary housing in Ypres. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.4.3 Group photo of children and teachers in a kindergarten class conducted at the Jardins d'Enfants at Henin-Lietard. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.4.4 View of an elderly couple and their dog seen traveling with their wheelbarrow down a highway in Northern France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.5 "Cemeteries - 2nd trip." 1917-1921   1.0 Folders Typed and carbon copy typed narrative regarding the French military cemeteries, German cemeteries, and old cemeteries now in ruins.

 2009.038.5.5.1 View of a French military cemetery along the Nampcel-Compiegne road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.5.2 View of a German cemetery in the region of Plessis-le-Roye. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.5.3 View of an old cemetery now in ruin along the Ostend-Nieuport road 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.5.4 Remains of an English soldier lying as he fell on Chemin des Dames near Craonne. June 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.15.4 Black/white, 10.6 x 7.7 cm

 2009.038.5.5.5 Remains of an English soldier on the battlefield at Plateau de Californie. June 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.15.1 Black/white, 8.7 x 6.7 cm

 2009.038.5.6 "Child Welfare." 1917-1921   3.0 Pages Typed and carbon copy typed narrative regarding treatment of children for bone and gland tuberculosis, temproary housing, and kindergarten.

 2009.038.5.6.1 Young girl, suffering from tuberculosis, pictured in her hospital bed at Zugdecote Sanatorium. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.6.2 Group of school children, some of the 300 plus children living in temporary housing in Ypres, pictured outside the former insane asylum. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14.5 cm

 2009.038.5.6.3 Small group of young children standing in the doorway of a kindergarten run by a unit of the Jardine d'Enfants at Henin-Lietard. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.2 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.7 "Destruction." 1917-1921   4.0 Pages Typed and carbon copy typed narrative with photo-illustrations showing examples of destroyed railroads, homes, and other ruined buildings.

 2009.038.5.7.1 View of the remains of a house after being dynamited by the Germans in Wavrin. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.7.2 View of the mangled remains of a train destoryed by explosion of German ammunition at a French dump near Bailleul, August 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 10.9 x 7 cm

 2009.038.5.7.3 View of the crater caused by explosion of German ammunition at a French dump near Bailleul, August 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 10.9 x 6.9 cm

 2009.038.5.7.4 View of a building in ruins in Bailleul. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 6.6 x 8.9 cm

 2009.038.5.7.5 War zone signs 1917-1921   The photographs of two German signs, intended to illustrate this page of the narrative, are said by Mrs. Smith, to have been superimposed onto each other when being photographed. Mrs. Smith's photos, therefore, were discarded and do not appear on this page.

 2009.038.5.8 "Destruction! - 2nd trip. (Human Life) " 1917-1921   17.0 Pages Typed narrative with photo illustrations featuring memorial tablets honoring the inhabitants of Dinant, Belgium who were massacred by the Germans; examples of the detruction of bridges, factories and churches; scenes of destruction at Charlemont and its environs.

 2009.038.5.8.1 View of a memorial tablet erected in Dinant, Belgium which reads, "To our martyrs! Here fell, 23 Aug 1914, 83 civilians, men, women and children. Never forget!" 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.8.2-3 Black/white, 8.5 x 13.2 cm

 2009.038.5.8.2 Another view of a memorial tablet erected in Dinant, Belgium. Also features a man who, by feigning death, escaped the firing squad. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.8.1 and 2009.038.5.8.3 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.8.3 Another view of a memorial tablet erected in Dinant, Belgium. Also features a man who, by feigning death, escaped the firing squad. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.8.1-2 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.8.4 Memorial tablet in Dinant, Belgium which reads, "In the courtyard of this college, 23 August 1914, Saxon hordes cowardly assassinated 2 Dinantans, 1 Frenchman, and 1 Spaniard." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.8.5 Memorial tablet in Dinant, Belgium which roughly reads, "Martyrs of freedom. 28 Dinantans died here, 23 August 1914, by guns of the Saxon hordes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.8.6 Memorial tablet in Dinant, Belgium which roughly reads, "Martyrs of freedom. 19 Dinantans died here, 23 August 1914, by guns of the Saxon hordes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.8.7 Memorial tablet in Leffe, a suburb of Dinant, erected to honor inhabitants massacred by the Germans, August 1914. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.8.8 Memorial tablet in Leffe, a suburb of Dinant. Tablet roughly reads, " Leffe. In this suburb, on 23 and 24 August 1914, 243 men, women and children were horribly tortured and massacred by the Huns. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 20009.038.5.8.9 Memorial tablet in Dinant, Belgium, which roughly reads," Martyrs of freedom! 166 Dinantans died by gun, 23 August 1914, by hordes of Saxons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.2.71 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.8.10 Memorial tablet in Dinant, Belgium, which roughly reads," Martyrs of freedom! 166 Dinantans died by gun, 23 August 1914, by hordes of Saxons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph One of the women, pictured in black, gave Mrs. Smith an account of the events of 23 August 1914. Related to image 2009.038.5.8.9.  Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.8.11 View of the remains of the castle of Comtesses d'Evray. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.8.12 View of a bridge in Sedan, destroyed by the Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.8.13 Distant view of bridge across the Meuse as seen from the Dinant-Namur road, blown up by the Germans in retreat in the last days of the war. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.8.14 Distant view of bridge across the Meuse as seen from the Dinant-Namur road, blown up by the Germans in retreat in the last days of the war. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Nearly identical to 2009.038.5.8.13 Black/white, 8.5 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.8.15 Interior view of a partially wrecked manufacturing plant in the Ardennes, from which the Germans removed machinery before destroying. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.8.16 Interior view of a partially wrecked manufacturing plant in the Ardennes, from which the Germans removed machinery before destroying. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Nearly identical to 2009.038.5.8.15 Black/white, 8.5 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.8.17 View of what remains of a beet sugar factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 13.9 cm

 20009.038.5.8.18 Close up view of the twisted remains of the machinery of a beet sugar factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.8.19 Close up view of what remains of a beet sugar factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.8.17. Black/white, 8.5 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.8.20 View of the remains of the church at Plessis-le-Roye. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.8.21 View of the doorway of church, classified as an historical monument, in Athies. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.8.22 Black/white, 8.7 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.8.22 View of the destroyed interior of the church, classified as an historical monument, in Athies. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.21 Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.9 "Destruction - 2nd trip." Continued. 1917-1921   17.0 Pages Continuation of a typed and carbon copy typed narrative. This portion also features a photograph of Mrs. Smith talking with an inhabitant of Givet who acted as their guide.

 2009.038.5.9.1 Exterior view of a destroyed church at Croix. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.9.2 Exterior view of a destroyed church at Croix. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.9.3 Exterior view of a detroyed church at Croix, featuring an adult woman and a group of children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to image 2009.038.5.9.2 Black/white, 8.8 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.9.4 Interior/exterior view of a destroyed church at Morlancourt. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.9.5 View of the damaged walls of Fort Charlemont that once overlooked the town of Givet. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.9.6 Mrs. Smith pictured talking with an inhabitant of Givet. The ruins of the town can be seen in the background. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.9.7 View of the damaged walls of Fort Charlemont that once overlooked the town of Givet. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Another view, related to image 2009.038.5.9.5 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.9.8 View of the entrance to Charlemont overlooking Givet near the French-Belgian frontier. 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.9.9 View of a house, burned down by the Germans. Although restored in 1918 by the Commmittee of Baboeuf, it was partially destroyed once again. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 10.5 cm

 2009.038.5.9.10 Mademoiselle Villeroy and Major Copley Greene pictured amidst the rubble along a street in Noyon. A large sign, posted on the street reads, "Mines. Danger of death. No entry." September 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.2 x 10.5 cm

 2009.038.5.9.11 Noyon, September 1918. Mlle. Villeroy - Major Copley Greene. 1917-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption of 2009.038.5.9.10, without photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.9.12 Noyon. La Place de l'Hotel de Ville. September 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption without a photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.9.13 Church of Baboeuf, detroyed in 1918. Oise, France. 19171-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption without photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.9.14 The cemetery at Baboeuf. Oise, France. 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption without photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.9.15 House of Madame Menget in Baboeuf, detroyed in 1918. Oise, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption without photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.16 Mont Renaud near Noyon. 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption without photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.10 "Families and Children." 1917-1921   13.0 Pages Typed and carbon copy typed narrative regarding housing conditions; nutritional deprivation; educational facilities; and reuniting of children with parents.

 2009.038.5.10.1 A young girl holding a puppy, pictured with her two brothers. At the time the picture was taken, the children were in their mother's care, although she was unable to provide them the environment and nourishment they needed. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.10.2 The Beckert family pictured on their farm. Their makeshift house, consisting of barracks covered with corrugated iron, can be seen in the background. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.10.3 Three members of the Ruebrecht family pictured outside the grandparents' windowless, damaged home. The mother, seated, exhibits the wooden leg that replaced her own after it was lost during the bombardment of Poperinghe. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.10.4 Mrs. Baudry pictured with 5 of her 10 children at table in their kitchen. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.12.6 Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.10.5 Group of 17 children pictured with the Lady of the Committee outside their school at Neuve Church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.12.7 Black/white, 8.6 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.10.6 Large group of school children in Ploegstaert. Featured in the photo is Valere Beckert. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph See also the Beckert family, 2009.038.5.10.2 Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.10.7 Group photo of 12 young boys being kept under the care of the Franco-American Committee. Maurice and Edmond Blangy are pictured in a doorway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.10.8 Close up of the young boys Maurice and Edmond Blangy. At the time of the photo, the boys were in the care of the Franco-American Committee. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.5.10.7. Same image as 2009.038.5.12.1. Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.10.9 The Cure of Nieppe pictured visiting with a village man working to remove the debris amidst the ruins of his home. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.10.10 The Cure of Nieppe, Monsieur Gruson and 5 of his 10 children, pictured on the ruins of the former home. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.10.12 View of the makeshift home of the Gruson family, constructed on corrugated iron tiles and referred to as a demi-lune hut. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.10.13 Villagers pictured at work removing debris near the outskirts of Nieppe. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/whire, 8.4 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.11 "Housing." 1917-1921   17.0 Pages A typed and carbon copy typed narrative regarding the forms of makeshift and temproary housing for refugee families.

 2009.038.5.11.1 A young orphaned girl from Lille, pictured holding her 2 dolls. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.11.2 Refugees in the outskirts of Ploegstaert living in cement aid stations once used by the British. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.11.3 Example of a typical barrack or hut, generally used for the village post office, mayor and local administrators. The hut shown in the photo is located in Chermizey with many posters posted on its walls. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.11.4 View of the leaky barrack serving as the living quarters of the French nurses working in the destoyed village of Lievin near Lens, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.11.5 The Cure of Chermizey visiting with returning inhabitants who have made a temporary shelter from a lean-to against a ruined building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.11.6 The Cure of Chermizey paying a visit to one of the German dugouts being used as housing by returning inhabitants. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.11.7 A refugee mother pictured with 7 of her 8 children, standing in the doorway of her one-room tenament. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.11.8 Elderly woman, pictured with 1 of her daughters outside the cellar of the former home in which she lives with her 2 daughters. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.11.9 and 2009.038.5.11.10-11 Black/white, 8.4 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.11.9 Elderly woman pictured with her daughter, standing in the doorway of the cellar which serves as their home. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.11.8 and 2009.038.5.11.10-11 Black/white, 8.4 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.11.10 Long distance view of the ruins of an elderly woman's home, the cellar of which she was using as housing. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.11.8-9 and 2009.038.5.11.11 Black/white, 6.6 x 4.5

 2009.038.5.11.11 Elderly woman pictured with her two daughters on the steps of the cellar which they were using as housing. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.8-9 and 2009.038.5.11.10. Same image as 2009.038.9.20. Black/white, 8.3 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.11.12 Elderly woman, living in the ruins of a castle in Lievin. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.11.13 Woman who was a prisoner of the Germans for four years, living on only cabbage and beetroot. She is pictured in an apron, standing in the entrance to a cellar. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.3 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.11.14 Exterior view of a cellar home in Lieven with a mother and her three children standing at its entrance. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.11.15 Black/white, 8.4 x 14.1 cm

 2009.038.5.11.15 A mother and 4 of her young children standing at the entrance to their cellar home. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.11.14

 2009.038.5.11.16 View of a refugee family standing outside the entrance to their makeshift house in Chermizey. The shelter is constructed of corrugated iron and other material scavenged from the nearby battlefield. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.11.17 Refugee women, a mother and her young children pictured outside their shelter. All had sorrowful stories of being wounded by shrapnell and/or about loved ones killed or missing. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.12 "Our Children." 1917-1921   12.0 Pages A typed and carbon copy typed narrative in which Mrs. Smith relates personal backstories about her experience during the war; various children, their families and their current situations.

 2009.038.5.12.1 Close up of the young boys Maurice and Edmond Blangy. At the time of the photo, the boys were in the care of the Franco-American Committee. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.10.8. Related to 2009.038.5.10.7. Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.12.2 View of a wall - all that remains of the home of an aunt,uncle and their 2 orphaned nephews under the care of the Committee. Also featured in the photo is the boys' grandfather. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.12.3 A husband and wife pictured in the kitchen of their demi-lune hut. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.4 cm

 2009.038.5.12.4 A mother and father posing with their young daughter. The father was a prisoner of war in Germany during the entire war. The mother sought refuge in Paris and gave birth to her daughter who developed a hip disease shortly after birth. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.12.5 A mother with her young daughter and an unidentified woman, pictured in the street of an unidentified city. The little girl was cared for during the war by the Committee while her mother remained in German occupied territory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.12.6 Mrs. Baudry pictured with 5 of her 10 children at table in their kitchen. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.10.4 Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.12.7 Group of 17 children pictured with their [teachers] outside their school at Neuve church. All 17 had been under the care of the Franco-American Committee in the colony at Oulins, Nemours and elsewhere during most of the war. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.10.5 Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.12.8 A miner of Noeux-les-Mines with his wife, mother-in-law and little girl, pictured at their dinner table. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph

 2009.038.5.12.9 A little girl and a younger brother who were cared for by the Committee during the war. 1917-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption without photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.12.10 Fatherless children cared for by the Committee during the war. 1917-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption without photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.12.11 Three of the children of a family which were with the Committee during the war, but taken back by the parents in August 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Page Carbon copy typed caption without photo-illustration.

 2009.038.5.12.12 A little girl, blind since birth, who came under the care of the Committee during the war. She was learning Braille in the institution for the blind in Laon. 1917-1912   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.6 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.13 "Reconstruction." 1917-1921   12.0 Pages A typed and carbon copy typed narrative regarding the Cures of Nieppey and Chermizy and their roles in reconstruction; the Doyen of Ypres; Madame Rillart de Verneuil, Bove Castle and its reconstruction; and reconstruction of a coal well and factory.

 2009.038.13.1 The Cure of Nieppey, seated 1/2 view. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.2.18 Black/white, 8.3 x 13.9 cm

 2009.038.5.13.2 The Cure of Chermizy, seated 1/2 view. A prominent figure of the war in the Chemin des Dames section. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 13.5 cm

 2009.038.5.13.3 The Doyen of Ypres, seated at his desk, full view. Better known as the Cure of St. Pierre. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14 cm

 2009.038.5.13.4 The Doyen of Ypres pictured talking with Mrs. Smith in the doorway of his new church built of part brick and part corrugated iron. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.13.5 Madame Rillart de Verneuil at the front door of her makeshift home located in the least devasted corner of the old park at Bove. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.8 x 11.5 cm

 2009.038.5.13.6 Madame Rillart de Verneuil, chatelaine de la Bove, pictured seated, was a nurse in a French hospital for 5 years. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.4 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.13.7 Madame Rillart de Verneuil, chatelaine de la Bove, pictured standing beside a large, unexploded shell located in the park. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.13.8 Group of men at work on the reconstruction at La Bove. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.13.9-10 Black/white, 8.8 x 11.5 cm

 2009.038.5.13.9 Group of men at work on the reconstruction at La Bove. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.13.8 and 2009.038.5.13.10 Black/white, 8.4 x 13.8 cm

 2009.038.5.13.10 View of the park at La Bove Castle. Madame Rillart de Verneuil is pictured talking with Major Green, the representative of the American Red Cross in this section. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.8-9 Black/white, 8.5 x 14.2 cm

 2009.038.5.13.11 View of the coal well at Lens; the problem of removing debris from its ruins is only one of the problems encountered in reconstruction. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.8 x 11.7 cm

 2009.038.5.13.12 Interior view of the machinery being set up in a repaired shop where everything had been stolen or ruined by the Germans. The equipment was purchased by the owner from America, Britain, and Germany. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 8.7 x 14.3 cm

 2009.038.5.14 Original Kodak, Paris envelope containing a portion of Mrs. Smith's manuscript. Bears her pencilled notes. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

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 2009.038.6 The Children of the Frontier 1917-1921   62.0 Photographs Photographic images on glass slides documenting Mrs. Smith's travels through the war zones and post-war zones in France, Belgium and Germany.

 2009.038.6.1 Group of young boys in a queue, pictured saluting to the camera. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.2 Children pictured playing outside. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.8.11 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.3 Group photo of young boys. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.4 Nun pictured with a group of boys posing on a stairway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.6.5 Young girl picture holding a dressed doll. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.6 Group photo of young girls. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.7 Group photo of 7 young girls and boys in a field, some holding bundles of straw. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Cracked black/white glass print, 8.1 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.6.8 Adults pictured with a group of young boys at the train station. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.9 Three young toddlers pictured seated at an outdoor dinner table. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.10 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1. A.D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.10 Three young toddlers pictured seated at an outdoor dinner table. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.9 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1. A.D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.11 Soldier, seated, pictured with his 2 daughters. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.12-13. Black/white glass print, A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.12 Soldier, seated, pictured with his 2 daughters. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.11 and 2009.038.6.13. Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.13 Soldier, seated, pictured with his 2 daughters. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.7 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.14 Two young girls pictured standing in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.15 Color glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.15 Two young girls pictured standing in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.14 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.16 Nun pictured with a group of young girls posed on the steps of a building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.17 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.17 Nun pictured with a group of young girls posed on the steps of a building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.16 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.18 Group of young boys pictured wresting and rousting about in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.6.18. Same image as 2009.038.7.15 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.19 Group of young boys pictured wresting and rousting about in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.6.18 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.20 Four boys and a nun pictured measuring the foot of one of the boys. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.21 Four boys and a nun pictured measuring the foot of one of the boys. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.20 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.22 Young girl pictured standing on a chair. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.23 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.23 Young girl pictured standing on a chair. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.24 Six young girls seated in front of a flowering bush, knitting or crocheting. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.25-26 Black/white glass pring, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.25 Six young girls seated in front of a flowering bush, knitting or crocheting. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.24, 26 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.26 Six young girls seated in front of a flowering bush, knitting or crocheting. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.24-25 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.27 Four children, 1 of which with an amputated leg and on cruches. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.28 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.28 Four children, 1 of which with an amputated leg and on cruches. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.27 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.29 Young boy and girl pictured in their winter coats. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.30 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.30 Young boy and girl pictured in their winter coats. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.29 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.31 Adult men posing with a large group of young boys outdoors. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.32 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2. Soctt & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.32 Adult men posing with a large group of young boys outdoors. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.31 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2. Soctt & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.33 Four boys pictured with a nun outdoors with garden fork and rakes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.34 and 2009.038.7.22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.34 Four boys pictured with a nun outdoors with garden fork and rakes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.33 and 2009.038.7.22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.6.35 Young boy pictured in uniform and helmet. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.36-37 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.36 Young boy pictured in uniform and helmet. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.35, 37 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.37 Young boy pictured in uniform and helmet. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.35-36 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.38 Nun pictured with 2 toddler girls. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.39 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.39 Nun pictured with 2 toddler girls. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.38 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.40 A father, seated, pictured with his 2 adolescent sons.   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.41-42 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.41 A father, seated, pictured with his 2 adolescent sons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.40, 42 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.42 A father, seated, pictured with his 2 adolescent sons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.40-41 Black/white glass negative, 8.3 x 10.7 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.43 Two soldiers pictured seated, surrounded by a group of young children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.44 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.44 Two soldiers pictured seated, surrounded by a group of young children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.43 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.45 Group of young women pictured seated in a classroom-like setting. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.46 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.46 Group of young women pictured seated in a classroom-like setting. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.45 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.47 Group of young women pictured seated in a classroom-like setting. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.6.45-46 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.48 Group of young, uniformed boys pictured parading down a village street, featuring standard bearers in the foreground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.49-50 and 2009.038.8.22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.49 Group of young, uniformed boys pictured parading down a village street, featuring standard bearers in the foreground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.48, 50 and 2009.038.8.22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.50 Group of young, uniformed boys pictured parading down a village street, featuring standard bearers in the foreground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.48-49 and 2009.038.8.22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.51 Group of young girls pictured in a queue. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.52 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.52 Group of young girls picutred in a queue. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.51 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.6.53 Children pictured playing on the beach at Cabourg. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.7 cm.

 2009.038.6.54 Nun pictured with 2 young boys with shovel and rake in hand. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Positive image of 2009.038.8.9 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.8 cm.

 2009.038.6.55 Group of farm workers pictured outside a barn, with horse, cows and a wagon. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass printe, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.6.56 Two men pictured working in a field with a plow. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.6.57 Teams of horses pictured with their caretakers outside a stable/barn. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph

 2009.038.6 58 Cows and calves pictured with their caretakers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.6.59 Workers pictured with their implements, their dog and a horse-drawn wagon at the entrance of a corral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.6 60 Man and his dog with a plow horse in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.6.61 Man pictured with his cow, plowing in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.6.62 Five groundskeepers pictured working. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

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 2009.038.7 Children of the Frontier. Continued. 1917-1921   60.0 Photographs Photographic images on glass slides documenting Mrs. Smith's travels through the war zones and post-war zones in France, Belgium and Germany.

 2009.038.7.1 Nun pictured teaching young children in a classroom. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.2 Boys pictured working in a machine shop class. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.3 Women and children pictured at [a repatriation center]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.4 Boys and girls pictured seated in a classroom with 2 nuns looking on. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.5 Five boys pictured studying a hand trade. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.6 Two nurses pictured with a young girl patient. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.7 Three boys and a girl standing in a village street, posing for the picture. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photograph.

 2009.038.7.8 Group of young children pictured in hats and coats and holding bundles. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.9 A young girl being helped off a train. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.10 A young women pictured in a sewing class. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.7.11 Two nuns pictured with a group of children in a village street. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.7.12 Group of young girls pictured seated outdoors. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.13 Group of school children and adults pictured outside thier provisional school. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.14 Adolescent boy and girl pictured in hand-me-down clothes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.15 Group of young boys pictured wresting and rousting about in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.18-19 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.16 A nun pictured comforting a young boy. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.17 Group of boys pictured looking skywards. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.18 Two boys pictured standing in a village street, one of which is on crutches with an amputated leg. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.19 Woman pictured holding a toddler. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.7.20 A young girl convalescing in a hospital bed with a toddler and adult men looking on. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.21 Two women milliners pictured working in a hat shop. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.22 Four boys pictured with a nun outdoors with garden fork and rakes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.33-34 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.23 Group of children pictured playing outside, featuring 2 children on a seesaw and nuns looking on. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass photo, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.24 Group of small children pictured outside the entrance of a building with 3 nuns, adults and a soldier looking on. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.25 Boys and girls pictured with spades, working in a garden. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.26 A young boy without arms. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.27 Young boy pictured on crutches with an amputated leg, saluting to the camera. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Emulsion curling up from glass support.

 2009.038.7.28 A bearded man in spectacles, pictured reading.` 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.29 View of a courtyard and the front entrance of a building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.30 Woman pictured with a boy and toy horse. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.31 Young boy with a flute anda young girl with a basket, pictured outdoors in front of a vine-covered wall. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.32 Group of young boys and girls pictured in the best dress and hats, many holding flags representing the Allied nations. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.33 A young child standing outdoors, posing for the camera. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.34 Group of young boys in a queue, pictured saluting to the camera. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.1 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.35 Group of young girls pictured laughing while seated on stairs. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.36 A nurse, pictured seated with 3 boy amputees and a young woman with a toddler in a cart. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.37 Group of young boys pictured outside, dressed in cassock-like garb. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.38 Young boy in a hat, pictured with his toy horse. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.39 Large group of children posing for the camera outside of a dwelling. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.7.40 Three elderly women, seated, pictured smoking pipes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.7.41 Group of 4 nuns pictured with a large group of young boys, seated on steps and holding a variety of musical instruments. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.42 Group of boys pictured at the dinner table. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.44 A child, pictured standing in a village street, wearing a protective hood. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.6 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.7.45 Three nuns pictured with a group of boys in uniform, one of which is the standard bearer. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.46 Two nuns overseeing a group of boys pictured outside at a dinner table. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.47 Large group of girls, boys and a nun, pictured at the train station. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.48 Three men in suits, hats and ties, pictured with a group of small children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.8.29 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.49 A nun pictured outside a building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.50 Group of boys pictured walking down a street with schoolbooks tuckerd under their arms. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.7.52 Man and nun pictured watching children running down a tree-lined road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.53 Group of young boys pictured in cassock-like garb, a few of them without shoes. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.54 Children pictured at play in a hay field with a wagon in the background. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.7.55 View of the welcome banner errected over a crowded street, with French flags flying. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.3.35 Same image as 2009.038.7.55-56 Same image as 2009.038.9.43  Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.56 View of the welcome banner errected over a crowded street, with French flags flying. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.3.35 Same image as 2009.038.7.55 Same image as 2009.038.9.43 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.57 A woman pictured with 4 children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.58 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.7.58 A woman pictured with 4 children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.57 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.59 Girl and boy toddlers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.60 in black/white Color glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.7.60 Girl and boy toddlers 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.59 in color Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

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 2009.038.8 Children of the Frontier. Continued. 1917-1921   31.0 Photographs Photographic images on glass slides documenting Mrs. Smith's travels through the war zones and post-war zones in France, Belgium and Germany.

 2009.038.8.1 Two girls and a nun pictured holding up a sample of their needlework. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.2 A toddler pictured standing in a field of flowers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.8.3 Group of young boys, many of them barefoot, pictured examining their boots. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.4 Man pictured with a group of young girls standing outside a building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.8.5 Three women and 2 men pictured taking a break from their auto road trip. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.8.5 Young girl pictured standing on a chair. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.22-23 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.6 Girl and boy toddlers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.59-60 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.8 Group of young girls pictured exercising in a yard. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass pring, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.9 Nun pictured with 2 young boys with shovel and rake in hand. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Positive image of 2009.038.6.54 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.8 cm.

 2009.038.8.10 Group of young boys using shovels in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.11 Group of children at play in a large fenced-in yard. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.8.6.2 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.8.12 Older boy pictured with his younger sister and toddler brother. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.8.13 Group of small children pictured outside the entrance of a building with 3 nuns, adults and a soldier looking on. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.24 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.8.14 Group of girls of varying ages and a nun pictured outside a church-like building under reconstruction. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.8.15 Group of small children seated on the stairs with a nun standing behind them. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.8.16 Man and woman pictured in a car, purchasing a loaf of bread from a boy in an apron. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.8.17 One man standing in a [community] garden; dwellings can be seen in the background. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.8.18 Boy convalescing in his hospital bed. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.8.19 Five boys pictured studying a hand trade. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.5 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.20 Young boy and girl pictured raking in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.8.21 Women and children pictured at [a repatriation center]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.22 Group of young, uniformed boys pictured parading down a village street, featuring standard bearers in the foreground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.6.48-50 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.8.23 Women and boys pictured with baskets strapped to their backs. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.8.24 Woman, [possibly Mrs. Smith], pictured looking over a grave. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.8.25 Large group of children, varying in age, gathered around an automobile bearing 2 adults. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.8.26 A man in suit, hat and coat, pictured outside a makeshift dwelling. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.8.27 A young girl pictured seated outdoors, sideview. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.8.28 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.28 A young girl pictured seated outdoors, sideview. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.8.27 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.29 Three men in suits, hats and ties, pictured with a group of small children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.48 and 2009.038.8.30 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.30 Three men in suits, hats and ties, pictured with a group of small children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.7.48 and 2009.038.8.29 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.8.31 French guard pictured sharing lunch with a group of children from the village. Aisne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.2.12-13 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

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 2009.038.9 [The Long Road Back to Normalcy] 1917-1921   44.0 Photographs

 2009.038.9.1 Man pictured with his donkey-drawn hay cart. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.2 Group of men pictured working through the debris of a bombed-out building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.3 A family of 9 pictured in their home. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.9.4 Flock of sheep pictured with their shepherd and sheepdog on a country road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.5 Two 4-horse teams pulling wagons with oversized loads of hay down a city street. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.6 A family of 8 pictured around their home, some of whom are in a wagon. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.7 A woman and man pictured on a country road with their horse-drawn wagon, on which a barrel with a spicket is loaded. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.8 Group of Asian men standing in a road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.9 A street scene in Hazebrouck, Nord, Pas de Calais, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.10 Men and boys pictured loading hay onto oversized, horse-drawn wagons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.11 Group of men pictured loading debris from the village into rail carts. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.15 Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.12 Men pictured working an oversized mound of hay. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.13 View looking down a village street; cords of wood can be seen stacked outside many dwellings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.14 Exterior view of a temporary cafe; a sign indicates the cafe serves wine and liquor. 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.15 Horse-drawn wagons pictured hauling coal into the cities. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.2.4 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.16 Grave diggers pictured preparing several graves in a cemetery. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.17 Man pictured inspecting pole-supported vines in a vinyard. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.18 Woman, adolescent, and a young girl pictured outside a [temporary schoolhouse or store]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.19 An elderly woman and man pictured in a doorway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.20 Elderly woman pictured with her two daughters on the steps of the cellar which they were using as housing. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to image 2009.038.5.8-9 and 2009.038.5.11.10. Same image as 2009.038.9.20. Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 13.8 cm.

 2009.038.9.21 Three women pictured working in [a clothing shop]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.9.22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.22 Three women pictured working in [a clothing store]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.9.21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.9.23 A man pictured standing in the doorway of a broken down coach, situated in the midst of a damaged building and other debris. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.9.24 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.9.24 A man pictured standing in the doorway of a broken down coach, situated in the midst of a damaged building and other debris. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.9.23 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.9.25 Large group of children of varying ages and adults arriving at the Casino Municipal in Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 7.2 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.9.26 Women and children in hats and coats, pictured carrying their meager belongings outside the departure doorway at the train station. [Evian, France.] 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.9.27 A typical group of repatriots. This view features a 104 year-old woman, children with inuuries, and a nurse holding 2 malnourished babies. [Evian, France]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.9.28 Crowd of men, women and children returnees, waiting at the train station. [Evian, France]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.9.29 View of the personal belongings, bundles and baggage of returnees. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.9.30 Exterior view of a convalescent home for children. Also pictured are nurses and some of the children in their care. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.9.31 View of an elderly male returnee being assisted down the street by a man and a woman. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer,Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.9.32 Group photo of some of the residents of the College Home for the old French government returnees. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.33 Crowd of men, women, and children seated and ready for a hot meal in the auditorium at the Casino Municipal. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.9.34 Scene of returnees at the train station at Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.9.35 Men, women, and children pictured at the exterior of the entrance to the Gordon Annex (Cleansing Station) at [Evian], France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.9.36 View of the balcony of the Casino Minicipal in Evian. Also pictured are nurses caring for a number of children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.9.37 Group of old and young resident returnees standing on the stairs outside the College Home. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.9.38 Scene within a repatriation office. [Evian, France]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.9.39 Group photo of some of the children residing at a convalescent home. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.9.40 Scene within a repatriation center, [Evian, France]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.9.41. Positive image of 2009. 038.9.42. Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographers.

 2009.038.9.41 Scene within a repatriation center, [Evian, France]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.9.40. Positive image of 2009. 038.9.42. Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.9.42 Scene within a repatriation center, [Evian, France]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative image of 2009.038.9.40-41  Black/white glass negative, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.9.43 View of the welcome banner errected over a crowded street, with French flags flying. Evian, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.3.36 Similar to 2009.038.3.35 Same image as 2009.038.7.55-56  Black/white glass negative, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

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 2009.038.10 Destroyed Churches 1917-1921   62.0 Photographs

 2009.038.10.1 View of the tower of the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.2 View of the church ruins at Verdun. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.3 View of the Malines Cathedral after the bombardment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.4 View of the balcony of all that remains of a church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm

 2009.038.10.5 View of the remains of the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Related to 2009.038.10.1 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.6 Exterior view of Fort Worth. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.7 Exterior view of the damage to the Palace of the Archbishop in Rheims. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.8 Interior view showing the destruction of the aisle and vaulting in the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.9 Exterior view showing the damge to the facade and rose window of the cathedral at Rheims, after the bombardment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.10 Group of soldiers pictured gathering for a celebration. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.10.11 Interior view, looking towards the chancel area, of the damage to the nave of the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.10.12 Exterior view of a cathedral or church, with only the columns still standing. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.10.13 View looking toward the lecturn and pulpit, showing the destruction toe the church in Villers, Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.10.14 All that remains of Coucy Castle, Aisne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.15 Exterior view of the remains of the Church of St. Nazaire. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.10.16 View of a crucifix laying amidst the rubble of what remains of Christ Church, Berry-au-Bac, Aisne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.10.17 Interior view, looking from the nave towards the porch, of the destruction of an unidentified cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.10.18 Exterior view of an unidentified church, showing the remains of the side aisle vaulting. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.10.19 Interior view of the aisle vaulting in what remains of a church in Betheny, Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.10.20 Interior view, looking from the nave towards the pulpit, of what remains of the church at Tilloloy. The skeleton of its wood-framed roof is also visible. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.10.21 Remains of the vaulting of St. Eloi Church, Dunkerque, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.10.22 Street view of the remains of the facade and rose window of an unidentified cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.10.23 Exterior view of the remnants of an unidentified cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.10.24 Street view of what remains of a church facade amidst the rubble of the surrounding buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.25 Exterior view of the remnants of an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.10.26 Interior view from the chapel trancept, showing the destruction of an unidentified cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.27 Interior view showing a damaged figure of Christ on the cross amidst the rubble of an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.10.28 Interior view of a damaged church, looking from the nave toward the framed roof. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.3 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.29 Exterior view showing the damage to the courtyard and surrounding area of an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.30 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.3 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.30 Exterior view showing the damage to the courtyard and surrounding area of an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.29 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.3 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.31 Exterior view of the remains of the tower and pier buttressess of an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.32-33 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.32 Exterior view of the remains of the tower and pier butressess of an unidenfied church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.31, 33 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.33 Exterior view of the remains of the tower and pier butressess of an unidenfied church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.10.31-32 Black/white glass negative, 8.3 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.34 Aerial view of the remains of an unidentified church and its surrounding area. 1919-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.10.35 Exterior view of the remains of the spires and aisle vaulting of an unidentified cathedral, surrounded by mounds of rubble. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.10.36 Interior view, looking from the transcept towards the axial chapel, showing the damge of an unidenfied cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.37 Exterior view of damage to [a guard house]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.38 View of the remains of the spire, rose window and towers of an unidentified cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.10.39 Exterior view ot the damage to an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.40-42 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.40 Exterior view ot the damage to an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.41 Exterior view ot the damage to an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.39-40, 42 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambrdige, photographer.

 2009.038.10.42 Exterior view ot the damage to an unidentified church. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.39-41 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambrdige, photographer.

 2009.038.10.43 Remains of the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.44-47 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.44 Remains of the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.43, 45-47 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.45 Remains of the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 10.43-44, 46-47 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.46 Remains of the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.43-45, 47 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.47 Remains of the cathedral at Soissons. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.10.43-46 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.10.48 Exterior view of the spires and rose window of an unidentified cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.49-50 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. Edgar Oscar Parker, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.49 Exterior view of the spires and rose window of an unidentified cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.48, 50 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. Edgar Oscar Parker, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.50 Exterior view of the spires and rose window of an unidentified cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.48-49 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. Edgar Oscar Parker, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.51 Interior and exterior view of what remains of an unidenfied cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.52-56 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.52 Interior and exterior view of what remains of an unidenfied cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.51, 53-56 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.53 Interior and exterior view of what remains of an unidenfied cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same as 2009.038.10.51-52, 54-56 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. Edgar Oscar Parker, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.54 Interior and exterior view of what remains of an unidenfied cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same as 2009.038.10.51-53, 55-56 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. Edgar Oscar Parker, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.55 Interior and exterior view of what remains of an unidenfied cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same as image 2009.038.10.51-54, 56 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.56 Interior and exterior view of what remains of an unidenfied cathedral. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same as image 2009.038.10.51-55 Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.10.57 Interior view of the damage as seen from the nave towards the axial chapel with framed roof visible. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.58-59 Black/white glass print, A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.58 Interior view of the damage as seen from the nave towards the axial chapel with framed roof visible. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.57, 59 Black/white glass print, A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.59 Interior view of the damage as seen from the nave towards the axial chapel with framed roof visible. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.57-58 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.10.60 Exterior view of the tower and rose window of an unidentified cathedral, surrounded by other damaged buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.61-62 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10.61 Exterior view of the tower and rose window of an unidentified cathedral, surrounded by other damaged buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10.60, 62 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.10. 62 Exterior view of the tower and rose window of an unidentified cathedral, surrounded by other damaged buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.10.60-61 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

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 2009.038.11 Americans in France 1917-1921   42.0 Photographs

 2009.038.11.1 American bugler/soldier in hat and poncho pictured in the field with his units weapons and gear. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.2-4 Same image as 2009.038.2.73 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.2 American bugler/soldier in hat and poncho pictured in the field with his units weapons and gear. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.1,3-4 Same image as 2009.038.2.73 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.3 American bugler/soldier in hat and poncho pictured in the field with his units weapons and gear. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.1-2, 4 Same image as 2009.038.2.73 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.4 American bugler/soldier in hat and poncho pictured in the field with his units weapons and gear. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.1-3 Same image as 2009.038.2.73 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.5 Two soldiers, in dress uniform, posing amongst the rubble of destoyed buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.74 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.11.6 Soldiers pictured at camp with a view of tents and barb wire perimeter. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.75 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.11.7 View of American miliary personnel, gear, weapons. A long caravan of supply trucks winding down the road through the Verdun region is visible in the background. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.11.8 Group of American soldiers pictured having a meal outside a makeshift camp. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.9 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm. Edgar Oscar Parker, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.9 Group of American soldiers pictured having a meal outside a makeshift camp. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.8

 2009.038.11.10 Scene of American soldiers at camp, with tents and equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.11-13 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.11.11 Scene of American soldiers at camp, with tents and equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.10, 12-13 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.11.12 Scene of American soldiers at camp, with tents and equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.10-11, 13 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.11.13 Scene of American soldiers at camp, with tents and equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.10-12 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.11.14 Scene of American soldiers at camp, with tents and equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.11.10-13 Same image as 2009.038.11.15 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.11.15 Scene of American soldiers at camp, with tents and equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.11.10-13 Same image as 2009.038.11.14 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.11.16 Two American soldiers, seated, holding French toddlers and surrounded by older French children. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.8 cm.

 2009.038.11.17 View of an American ambulance and its driver. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.18 Soldiers pictured in a trench protected by sand bags. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.19-20 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photograph. Cracked.

 2009.038.11.19 Soldiers pictured in a trench protected by sand bags. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.18, 20 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photograph.

 2009.038.11.20 Soldiers pictured in a trench protected by sand bags. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.18-19 Black/white glass negative, 8.3 x 10.8 cm.

 2009.038.11.21 Broad view of soldiers at camp along with wagons and other equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.22 Broad view of soldiers at camp along with wagons and other equipment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.23 Broad view of soldiers at rest with their horses in the countryside. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.24 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.24 Broad view of soldiers at rest with their horses in the countryside. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.23 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photogarpher.

 2009.038.11.25 Soldiers lying dead in Cafaille Field at Maurupt. Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.11.26 Soldiers pictured gathering at an aid station, formerly a German shelter. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.27 Soldiers picutred gathering at an aid stationi at Esnes-Meuse. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.11.28 Soldiers, stationed in a trench, pictured with their weapons at the ready. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.29 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.11.29 Soldiers, stationed in a trench, pictured with their weapons at the ready. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.28 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.11.30 Soldiers pictured resting in the safety of a trench. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph

 2009.038.11.31 Soldiers pictured resting in the safety of a trench. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.11.30 Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.11.32 Soldiers pictured resting in the safety of a trench outside a bunker. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.33 View of an underground bunker. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.11.34 Soldier pictured standing in a covered trench. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.11.35 Soldier in a gas mask, pictured standing in the doorway of an underground bunker. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.11.36 Soldiers, with their weapons at the ready, pictured in a covered trench. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10.2 cm.

 20090.038.11.37 View of the entrance to the tomb of Mary Anne Gibbs; the tomb was used as a shelter by the Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.38 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.38 View of the entrance to the tomb of Mary Anne Gibbs; the tomb was used as a shelter by the Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.11.37 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.11.39 View of soldiers quarters in a cave. Gercy-Aisne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.11.40 View of soldiers quaters in a barn. Marne, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 7.9 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.11.41 Soldiers pictured in an underground command post at [B--- F---]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.11.42 Soldiers pictured resting in bunk beds with their dog. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.12.1 General Corgisart pictured in the field near Verdun-Meuse. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.2 Soldiers pictured hunkered down on the battlefield, taking cover behind felled trees. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.12.3 Group of soldiers with their weapons, pictured resting in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.12.4 Infantrymen with their rifles, pictured marching towards a trench. 1917-1921`   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.12.5 Soldiers pictured resting in a trench near Verdun. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.6 View of Hill 304 located near Meuse. 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.7 Exterior view of a bunker. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.12.8 Madagascan cooks pictured cooking in the field. Somme, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.62 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.9 Soldiers pictured firing cannons in a battlefield. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.12.10 Regiments of soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.11-12 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

Regiments of soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921 

 2009.038.12.11 Regiments of soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.10, 12 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.12.12 Regiments of soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.10-11 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.13 Soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.14-17 Black/white glass print, 8. 2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.14 Soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.13, 15-17 Black/white glass print, 8. 2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.15 Soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.13-14, 16-17 Black/white glass print, 8. 2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.16 Soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.13-15, 17 Black/white glass print, 8. 2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.17 Soldiers pictured on the march. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.13-16 Black/white glass print, 8. 2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.18 Soldiers in gas masks, pictured in a trench with their weapons at the ready. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.19-21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.12.19 Soldiers in gas masks, pictured in a trench with their weapons at the ready. 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.18, 20-21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.12.20 Soldiers in gas masks, pictured in a trench with their weapons at the ready. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.18-19, 21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.21 Soldiers in gas masks, pictured in a trench with their weapons at the ready. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.12.18-20 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.22 Soldiers pictured in the field, showing off captured weapons and ammunition. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.66 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.12.23 General [Bozer] and his entourage pictured walking down a village street. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.57 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer. Cracked.

 2009.038.12.24 View of a prisoner of war camp at the French Front. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.25 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.25 View of a prisoner of war camp at the French Front. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.24 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.26 Infantry soldiers pictured digging a trench. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.27 Soldiers pictured taking shelter behind a wall. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.28-31 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.28 Soldiers pictured taking shelter behind a wall. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image 2009.038.12.27, 29-31 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.29 Soldiers pictured taking shelter behind a wall. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.27-28, 30-31 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.12.30 Soldiers pictured taking shelter behind a wall. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.27-29, 31 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.12.31 Soldiers pictured taking shelter behind a wall. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of image 2009.038.12.27-30 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.32 Army soldiers being presented with honrs and/or medals. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.12.33 View of the Ambulance trench service at work in the field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.34-35 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.12.34 View of the Ambulance trench service at work in the field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.33, 35 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.12.35 View of the Ambulance trench service at work in the field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.12.33-34 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.8 cm.

 2009.038.12.36 View of an artillery observation tower located at the French Front. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.59 and 2009.038.12.37 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.37 View of an artillery observation tower located at the French Front. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.59 and 2009.038.12.37 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.38 View of soldiers quarters set up in a bricked tunnel-like area. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.39 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. Edgar Oscar Parker, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.39 View of soldiers quarters set up in a bricked tunnel-like area. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.38 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm. Edgar Oscar Parker, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.40 View of the adavers of German soldiers killed by shells, lying in a battlefield near Etrepilly. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.41 View of German prisoners of war looking on as [French] soldiers parade down a street in Rheims. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.42 View of a German submarine, broken in two by a bomb at Ostend, docked at a repair station. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.5.3.1 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.43 View of large cannons or guns being fired in the field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.12.45 View of debris of [an airplane] scattered across a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.46 View of abandoned tanks lined up along a village road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.47 View of a group of cannons parked in a village square. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.48 A group of cannons lined up in a village square. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.49 View of a monument fenced off by a chainlink fence using bombshell casings as fence posts. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.50 Soldiers tending the graves in an American cemetery. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same as 2009.038.22.81 and 2009.038.24.7.26-30 Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.51 Roadside view of a large cemetery. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.52 View of a military cemetery. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.53 Reproduction of a poster bearing orders by the German Commander-General to the inhabitants of Rheims. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.12.54 Reproduction of a map illustrating the work of American Distribution Service in France. Includes areas o Tunisia, Algeria, Corfu and Salonika plus the number of hospitals helped up to 4 Dec 1916. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.55 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.12.55 Reproduction of a map illustrating the work of American Distribution Service in France. Includes areas o Tunisia, Algeria, Corfu and Salonika plus the number of hospitals helped up to 4 Dec 1916. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.12.54 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

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 2009.038.13 [Views of Destruction] 1917-1921   59.0 Photographs

 2009.038.13.1 View of farming equipment destroyed by the Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.2 Soldiers pictured outside a destroyed building. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.3 View of the remains of a country church at Tracy le Val, Oise. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.4 View of a destoyed building that once housed a business. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.5 View of the remains of the cloisters at Verdun. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.6 Street view of the remains of a destroyed city building amidst mounds of brick and stone. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.7 View of a ruined bridge surrounded by rubble. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.8 Soldier pictured standing amidst rubble and desimated trees. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Hall, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.9 View of a demolished dwelling and stone wall. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.10 Roadside view of destoyed dwellings and outbuildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.11 Roadside view showing destroyed buildings on either side plus the destruction of a prominent building on a hilltop. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.13.12 View of a farm in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.13-14 Black/white glass image, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.13 View of a farm in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.12, 14 Black/white glass image, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.14 View of a farm in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.13.12-13 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.13.15 View of dwellings and outbuildings in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.16-17 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographers. Cracked.

 2009.038.13.16 View of dwellings and outbuildings in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.15, 17 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.14 View of dwellings and outbuildings in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.12-13 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.18 Soldiers pictured standing amidst the rubble of buildings at Coucy. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.19-21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.19 Soldiers pictured standing amidst the rubble of buildings at Coucy. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.18, 20-21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.20 Soldiers pictured standing amidst the rubble of buildings at Coucy. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.18-19, 21 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.21 Soldiers pictured standing amidst the rubble of buildings at Coucy. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.18-20 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.22 View of a destroyed industrial site. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.13.23 View of an area in Senlis, Oise, that has suffered from bombardment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.124 View of the ruins of a quarter in Senlis, Oise. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.13.25 View of the ruins in Sermaise, Essonne. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.26 View of the destruction along a street in Senlis. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.27 View of the ruins along the brick street of an unidentified city. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.13.28 A man pictured standing in the road; snow-covered buildings and a church tower can be seen in the background. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.29 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.29 A man pictured standing in the road; snow-covered buildings and a church tower can be seen in the background. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.28 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.30 View of the destruction of village buildings along a narrow pathway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.31-33 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.31 View of the destruction of village buildings along a narrow pathway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.30, 32-33 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.32 View of the destruction of village buildings along a narrow pathway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.30-31, 33 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.33 View of the destruction of village buildings along a narrow pathway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.13.30-32 Black/white glass negative, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.34 View of village buildings in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.35 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.35 View of village buildings in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.34 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.36 View of military vehicles and trucks lines up along the outskirts of demolished city buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Cracked.

 2009.038.13.37 View of destruction and rubble in a section of Verdun. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.38 View of the remains of City Hall in Arras. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.5 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.13.39 View of demolished stores and other buildings along a brick street of an unidentified city. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.40 View of the damaged bridge across an unidentified river. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.41 View of demolished buildings lining a rubble-filled street. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.42 View of a destroyed [church] as seen from the dessimated countryside. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.13.43 View of the destruction from a street in Verdun. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 10 cm.

 2009.038.13.44 View of what remains of the archbishop's palace in Rheims. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.45 Interior view of the destruction of a factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.46 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.46 Interior view of the destruction of a factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.45 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.47 View of the destruction of Maurice Hutin & Co. and the surrounding buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.48 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.48 View of the destruction of Maurice Hutin & Co. and the surrounding buildings. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.47 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.49 View of the remains of Coucy Castle. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.13.50 Waterfront view of a city in ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.13.51 View of a street in Verdun as seen from the river. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.52-54 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.52 View of a street in Verdun as seen from the river. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.51, 53-54 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.53 View of a street in Verdun as seen from the river. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.13.51-52, 54 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.13.54 View of a street in Verdun as seen from the river. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of image 2009.038.13.51-53 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.55 View of a shell of a building as seen from a waterway. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.56 View of the rear of a building as seen from the tree-lined road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. Scott & Van Altena, New York City, photographers.

 2009.038.13.57 View of the remains of the Halls of Newport after the bombardment. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.13.58 View of a birds' nest atop a [castle] tower. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.13.59 View of the destruction as seen from the destroyed fountain and square of an unidentified city. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.2 cm.

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 2009.038.14 [Views of Destruction]. Continued. 1917-1921   37.0 Photographs

 2009.038.14.1 View of a civilian standing at a locked iron gate with [police officers] on the opposite side. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.2 Street scene in Noyon, inundated by Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.14.3 View of Radingham Castle in Pas-de-Calais, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.14.4 View of the sandbagged entrances to a series of bunkers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.5-7 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.14.5 View of the sandbagged entrances to a series of bunkers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.4, 6-7 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.14.6 View of the sandbagged entrances to a series of bunkers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.4-5, 7 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.14.7 View of the sandbagged entrances to a series of bunkers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.14.4-6 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.8 View from the road through a destroyed village. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.9 View of the total destruction of a village. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.10 View of an orchard with all trees chopped to the ground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.11-13 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.14.11 View of an orchard with all trees chopped to the ground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.10, 12-13 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.14.12 View of an orchard with all trees chopped to the ground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.10-11, 13 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.14.13 View of an orchard with all trees chopped to the ground. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.14.10-12 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.14 View of a pile of wagon ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.15-17 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.14.15 View of a pile of wagon ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.14, 16-17 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.14.16 View of a pile of wagon ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.14-15, 17 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm. A. D. Handy, Boston, photographer.

 2009.038.14.17 View of a pile of wagon ruins. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.14.14-16 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.18 View of the countryside showing the destruction caused by retreating Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.19-22 View of the countryside showing the destruction caused by retreating Germans.

 2009.038.14.19 View of the countryside showing the destruction caused by retreating Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.18, 20-22 View of the countryside showing the destruction caused by retreating Germans.

 2009.038.14.20 View of the countryside showing the destruction caused by retreating Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.18-19, 21-22 View of the countryside showing the destruction caused by retreating Germans.

 2009.038.14.21 View of the countryside showing the destruction caused by retreating Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.14.18-20, 22 Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.14.22 View of the countryside showing the destruction caused by retreating Germans. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative image of 2009.038.14.18-21 Black/white glass negative, 8.2 x 10.7 cm.

 2009.038.14.23 View of the complete destruction of the countryside as seen from a road. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.24 View of a lone surviving tree on a hill above the ruins near Hem. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.4 x 9.9 cm.

 2009.038.14.25 View of trees surrounding a stone wall in Aisne. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.14.26 Broad view of the leveled countryside. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.27 View of Fort Douaumont after the Battle of Verdun. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.14.28 View of the remains of a [factory]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.29 Group of people pictured surveying the destruction of a copse of trees. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.30 View of the cratered countryside. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.31 A soldier pictured looking down a marked [grave] in a field. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.2 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.32 View of a mound of rubble amidst a destroyed village. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.14.33 View of the remains of Fort Vaux, Meuse. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.14.34 View of the remains of a factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.14.35 View of a village as seen from a hilltop. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm.

 2009.038.14.36 View of Municipal Plaza, Udine, Italy. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph

General note

Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

 2009.038.14.37 View of the Peace Monument, City Hall, Udine, Italy. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass print, 8.3 x 10.2 cm. F. L. Collyer, Cambridge, photographer.

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 2009.038.15 [Death in Battle]. 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.15.1 Remains of an English soldier on the battlefield at Plateau de Californie. June 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Negative of 2009.038.5.5.5 Black/white glass negative, 12.7 x 10.1

 2009.038.15.2 Skeletal remains of a soldier. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white glass negative, 12.7 x 10.1 cm. Broken in to 2 pieces; each piece housed separately.

 2009.038.15.3 Skeletal remains of a soldier. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.15.2 Black/white glass negative, 12.7 x 10.1 cm. Broken in to several pieces; each piece housed separately.

 2009.038.15.4 Skeletal remains of a soldier. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Similar to 2009.038.15.1-3 Same image as 2009.038.5.5.4 Black/white glass negative, 12.7 x 10.1 cm. Broken in to several pieces; each piece housed separately.

 2009.038.15.5 Skeletal remains of a soldier. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.2.70 Black/white glass negative, 15.3 x 12.7 cm.

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 2009.038.16 Industrial France - Its Destruction and Its Restoration, August 1914-January 1921: Group 1. Photographs regarding public utilities including housing conditions of workmen mining centre. 1917-1921   26.0 Photograph

 2009.038.16.1 "France at work to repair the damages of war." Chart showing the number of buildings destroyed or damaged; acres of land overthrown; factories destroyed; and financial effort towards restoration. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Tri-fold chart, 27.2 x 42.9 cm

 2009.038.16.2 Mimeographed copy of pie charts showing the percentage of destruction in various Departments in war-torn France. 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.16.3 Title page: "Public Utilities" 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.16.4 Mimeographed copy of a map of French Territory affected by war operations, with typed captions by Mrs. Smith. 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.16.5 "Destruction: When high explosive meets structural stell." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.2 x 22.1 cm.

 2009.038.16.6 "Destruction: On the verge of peace. What German dynamite did to a great steel factory one day before the Armistice." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.8 x 23.5 cm.

 2009.038.16.7 "Destruction: Scattered brick - twisted steel in a dynamited brewery." 20 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.4 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.16.8 "Destruction: All transportation facilities were put out of commission. A wrecked car barn." 4 Jan 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.6 cm.

 2009.038.16.9 "Destruction: Partial - but sufficient - wrecking by dynamite." 12 Mar 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.7 x 22.4 cm.

 2009.038.16.10 "Destruction: What sledge hammers can do to looms." 15 Aug 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.22.62 Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.7 cm.

 2009.038.16.11 "Reconstruction: The clearing of debris is systematically accomplished with the aid of light, movable railways...." 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.4 cm.

 2009.038.16.12 "Reconstruction: The French Government Bureau for Reconstruction secured the return of machinery stolen by the Germans. This great turbine is an example." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.6 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.16.13 "Destruction: Although the French received back eventually most of their stolen machinery, the German shippers often failed to handle it with care; [as] these battered looms testify." 18 Apr 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.7 x 21.9 cm.

 2009.038.16.14 Title page: "Housing Conditions" 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.16.15 "Destruction: Privacy, at least, is completely destroyed even where the home is not." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 18.1 x 16.5 cm.

 2009.038.16.16 "Reconstruction: Factories first, homes later. At the left a restored small manufacturing plant at the right a workers' underground abiding place...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.22.70 Black/white print, 16.3 x 21.9 cm.

 2009.038.16.17 "Reconstruction: A typical new dwelling of salvaged brick, with new tile roof...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.8 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.16.18 "Reconstruction: Many families must still live in shacks or temporary shelters with the rudest of covering for roof." 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.16.19 "Destruction: Workmen's homes near Lens - roofless and forlorn." 10 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17 x 22.8 cm.

 2009.038.16.20 "Reconstruction: Workmen's homes retored. Despite urgency of the need for dwellings, workmanship has not been sacrificed." 16 Apr 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.3 x 23.1 cm.

 2009.038.16.21 Title page: "Mining Centre" 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.16.22 "Destruction: In the heart of the coal mining district the main street of Lens - submerged. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.7 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.16.23 "Reconstruction: The main street of Lens, beginnings of a new city." 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.16.24 "Reconstruction: To dispose of the great volume of water to be pumped from the wrecked mines of Lens, the canals of the district are being enlarged." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.7 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.16.25 "Reconstruction: Humble beginnings of restoring the railroad dominance of Lens. Repair shops on the rim of the city." 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.8 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.16.26 "Reconstruction: Lens again. Business as usual in the City Bank. Just beyond is the destoyed Town Hall." 22 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.7 x 22.3 cm.

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 2009.038.17 Industrial France - Its Destruction and Its Restoration, August 1914-January 1921: Group 2. Photographs regarding the construction materials industries. 1917-1921   23.0 Photographs

 2009.038.17.1 Title page: "Construction Materials Industries" 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.17.2 "Destruction: Marqueglise, (Oise). Speeding work on a ruined brick factory. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.2 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.17.3 "Reconstruction: Marqueglise (Oise). This brick factory is one of those which is helping put the brick production of the area far beyond previous records." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.3 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.17.4 "Destruction: Bayeaux. A demolished cement factory in the North." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.4 x 16.7 cm.

 2009.038.17.5 "Reconstruction: The cement factory restored. With all industry dependent on supplies of building materials and with a shortage of structural steel and seasoned lumber, cement must play many roles." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.9 x 16 cm.

 2009.038.17.6 "Destruction: Villers - Coudun. The remnants of a box factory." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.17.7 "Reconstruction: Villers - Coudun. The box factory restored and, in part, operating. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.7 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.17.8 "Destruction: Near Lille. A light structural steel plant completely denuded of its machinery." 2 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.4 cm.

 2009.038.17.9 "Reconstruction: Near Lille. The same plant in process of restoration and improvement." 1 Jul 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.7 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.17.10 "Destruction: Albert. Bombardment put this sheet metal factory out of commission." 8 Nov 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.8 x 15.9 cm.

 2009.038.17.11 "Reconstruction: Albert. French energy restored the factory to its former uses." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.6 x 15.8 cm.

 2009.038.17.12 "Destruction: Albert. Gaunt and broken reminders of mechanical power destroyed." 8 Nov 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.3 x 16.2 cm.

 2009.038.17.13 "Reconstruction: Albert. Mechanical power restored in the same spot." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.2 x 16.2 cm.

 2009.038.17.14 "Destruction: Bapaume. Here farm wagons were made before Germans came." 8 Apr 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.3 x 21.9 cm.

 2009.038.17.15 "Reconstruction: Bapaume. In the same spot farm wagons are being made again, better than before" 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.7 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.17.16 "Destruction: Tourcoing. Destruction sometimes led to transformation. This former textile mill, looted of its looms, will [shortly] be a machine shop." 22 Jun 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 18.2 x 21.1 cm.

 2009.038.17.17 "Reconstruction: Tourcoing. The destruction of all tools and tool machinery impelled the conversions of this textile mill into a shop for the making, remaking and repairing tools and tool machinery...." 26 Feb 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 18.5 x 23 cm.

 2009.038.17.18 "Destruction: St. Quentin. What dynamite and sledge hammners can do to a machine shop." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.4 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.17.20 "Destruction: In the Somme Valley. The bare skeleton of a furniture factory picked clean by the Germans." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.6 x 22.4 cm.

 2009.038.17.21 "Reconstruction: In the Somme Valley. Now better furniture is being better made than before the war...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.6 x 22.1 cm.

 2009.038.17.22 "Destruction: Mery. All that the Germans left of a factory for agricultural machiner." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.8 x 16.8 cm.

 2009.038.17.23 "Reconstruction: Mery. An American hayrake bears witness to an agency for American agricultural machinery...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.8 x 16.1 cm.

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 2009.038.18 Industrial France - Its Destruction and Its Restoration, August 1914-January 1921: Group 3-4. Photographs regarding factories of food products; steel, iron and other metal working plants. 1917-1921   39.0 Photographs

 2009.038.18.1 Title page: "Factories of Food Products" 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.18.2 "Destruction: Cambrai. Remains of a chickory factory." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.18.3 Black/white print, 15.4 x 10.4 cm.

 2009.038.18.3 "Destruction: Cambrai. Remains of a chickory factory." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image of 2009.038.18.2 Black/white print, 15.6 x 10.1 cm.

 2009.038.18.4 "Reconstruction: Cambrai. The chickory industry seems quite restored to normal. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.3 x 21.8 cm.

 2009.038.18.5 "Destruction: Arras. One of the 128 oil factories destroyed, in this instance the site was abandoned." 15 Apr 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.3 x 21.5 cm.

 2009.038.18.6 "Reconstruction: Arras. In this case - as in some others - it was cheaper to build on a new site than to clean up an old one...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16 x 22.1 cm.

 2009.038.18.7 "Destruction: Avesnes. It is easy to bring the elaborate machinery of a flour mill to destruction, such as shown here." 16 May 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.9 x 16.3 cm.

 2009.038.18.8 "Reconstruction: Avesnes. To rebuild a flour mill requires sturdy masonry and heavy interior construction. That is why 18 out of 38 have been restored." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white, 14.9 x 11.1 cm.

 2009.038.18.9 "Destruction: Lille. 1,700 breweries were brought to wreckage such as this." 8 Nov 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.18.10 "Reconstruction: Lille. 600 breweries have undergone restoration like this but government taxation keeps down their output." 6 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.4 cm.

 2009.038.18.11 "Destruction: Soissons. Scattered fragments of a once flourishing distillery." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.8 x 21.9 cm.

 2009.038.18.12 "Reconstruction: Soissons. This distillery structure is proceeding rapidly toward restoration...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.1 x 23.2 cm.

 2009.038.18.13 "Destruction: Froyeres. Crumbling ruins of a bombed sugar refinery - once a model plant...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.7 x 21.8 cm.

 2009.038.18.14 "Reconstruction: Froyeres. The model refinery restored improved and nearly ready for production." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.3 x 16.4 cm.

 2009.038.18.15 "Destruction: Moncy-Humieres. A sugar refinery badly battered." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 12.3 x 16.9 cm.

 2009.038.18.16 "Destruction: Moncy-Humieres. The same refinery restored to the usefulness of normal production." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 12 x 16.7 cm.

 2009.038.18.17 "Destruction: Ham. The wreck of sugar refining machinery is bulky and discouraging." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 12.1 x 17 cm.

 2009.038.18.18 "Reconstruction: Ham. This is one of 6 refineries restored out of 145 destroyed." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15 x 11.5 cm.

 2009.038.18.19 Title page: "Steel, Iron and Other Metal Working Plants" 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph

 2009.038.18.20 "Destruction: Mauberge. Here thousands of soldiers returning home after the war found the industry which had employed them wiped out." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.8 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.18.21 "Reconstruction: Mauberge. Restored industry and re-populated homes have set the town again upon the highway of prosperity." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.3 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.18.22 "Destruction: Marpent. The tedium and the cost of clearing such an entanglement of ruin as this are almost unbelievable." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.7 x 22.6 cm.

 2009.038.18.23 "Reconstruction: Marpent. Only the French genius for reconstruction could extract this result from the previous wreckage." 26 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.1 x 22.9 cm.

 2009.038.18.24 "Destruction: Jeumont. A steel plant wrecked and looted." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.2 x 22.1 cm.

 2009.038.18.25 "Reconstruction: Jeumont. The same plant rehabilitated and in operation." 22 Jun 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.7 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.18.26 "Destruction: Oise. Steel and concrete battered beyond structural recognition." 2 Jul 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.6 x 15.8 cm.

 2009.038.18.27 "Reconsstruction: Oise. Order and production restored in this same wrecked steel foundry." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.6 x 16.9 cm.

 2009.038.18.28 "Destruction: Onnaing. The bare outlines of an iron factory." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16 x 22 cm.

 2009.038.18.29 "Reconstruction: Onnaing. The foundry rebuilt and casting resumed." 31 Jan 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.8 cm.

 2009.038.18.30 "Destruction: Mezieres. The Germans took some very good machinery and left some very poor beds; they used this shop as a barrack." 4 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.3 x 16.6 cm.

 2009.038.18.31 "Recontruction: Mezieres. The French have restored the shop to its former use." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.5 x 22.7 cm.

 2009.038.18.32 "Destruction: Mezieres. Expert destruction. A cynamo room cleverly put out of business by removal of vital apparatus." 5 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.4 x 16.6 cm.

 2009.038.18.33 "Reconstruction: Mezieres. The looted dynamo room restored to usefulness." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.5 x 16.5 cm.

 2009.038.18.34 "Destruction: Blanc Misseren. Explosives have left strange marks on the walls of this copper working shop." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.8 cm.

 2009.038.18.35 "Reconstruction: Blanc Misseren. Patient but constructive industry has repaired the broken structure and placed it again in operation." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15 x 21.9 cm.

 2009.038.18.36 "Destruction: in the Ardennes. A bronze foundry reduced to four walls." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print 15.8 x 21.2 cm.

 2009.038.18.37 "Reconstruction: In the Ardennes. The copper and bronze working industries are nearly back to normal. This is the restoration of the previous pictured ruin." 1917-1920   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.8 x 20.8 cm.

 2009.038.18.38 Mimeographed copy of a map of French territory affected by war operations. 1917-1921   1.0 Page 18.7 x 22.9 cm

 2009.038.18.39 "Reconstruction: Pie chart, the circle size relative to the industrial importance, showing the number of workmen employed in Departments in 1914...." 1917-1921   1.0 Item

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 2009.038.19 Industrial France - Its Destruction and Its Restoration, August 1914-January 1921: Group 5. Photographs regarding chemical glass and other industries. 1917-1921   12.0 Photographs

 2009.038.19.1 Title page: "Chemical, Glass and Other Industries" 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.19.2 "Destruction: Lille. This chemical factory has been de-roofed and completely gutted." 15 Oct 1919. 1917-1920   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.8 x 22.6 cm.

 2009.038.19.3 "Reconstruction: Lille. Restoration of this factory is typical of the return toward normal of the chemical industry." 17 Oct 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17 x 22.9 cm.

 2009.038.19.4 "Destruction: Fourmies. The glass industry, represented by a few great plants was completely obliterated." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.6 cm.

 2009.038.19.5 "Reconstruction: Fourmies. Necessarily slow because of the nature of the installations. Progress is yet being made in restoration of the glass industry." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16. 8 x 22.7 cm.

 2009.038.19.6 "Destruction: Lille. Winter and empty desolation where a textile factory stood." 6 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.1 x 23 cm.

 2009.038.19.7 "Reconstruction: Lille. A factory of steel and concrete now stands again in the midst of the open square." 4 Feb 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.3 x 23 cm.

 2009.038.19.8 "Destruction: Lille. A dye house nearly razed to the ground." 12 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.7 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.19.9 "Reconstruction: Lille. Dying resumed as usual." 16 Feb 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17 x 22.9 cm.

 2009.038.19.10 "Destruction: Rheime. The discouraging ruin of a carton making factory." 7 Mar 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.2 x 22.8 cm.

 2009.038.19.11 "Reconstrucion: Rheimes. Carton making again in process." 19 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.22.8 Black/white print, 16.8 x 23.4 cm.

 2009.038.19.12 Mimeographed copy of a map showing the French territory afftected by war operations. 1917-1921   1.0 Page 18.7 x 23 cm

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 2009.038.20 Industrial France - Its Destruction and Its Restoration, August 1914-January 1921: Group 6. Photographs regarding the textile industry. 1917-1921   39.0 Photographs

 2009.038.20.1 Title page: "The Textile Industry" 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.20.2 Mimeographed copy of a map of French territory affected by war operations. 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.20.3 Mimeographed copy of pie charts showing the percentage of destruction in various Departments in war-torn France. 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.20.4 "Reconstruction: Armentieres. With debris cleared away and part of the plant rebuilt, linen is again being manufactured." 20 Jan 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print 16.9 x 22.6 cm.

 2009.038.20.5 "Reconstruction: Armentieres. A temporary installation of power: one motor utilizing electricity from the city power plant. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.1 x 16.7 cm.

 2009.038.20.6 "Reconstruction: Armentieres. A travelling steam engine temproarily pressed into service to meet an emergency need for power." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print 16.7 x 22.4 cm.

 2009.038.20.7 "Reconstruction: Armentieres. Setting up looms in a section of the same factory." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.6 x 22 cm.

 2009.038.20.8 "Destruction: Armentieres. The lifeless wreckage of a once busy room." 18 Jul 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.5 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.20.9 "Destruction: Perenchies. Bombardment and dynamiting left little of the brick and timber of this linen mill." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Brick/white print, 16.2 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.20.10 "Reconstruction: Perenchies. With the site cleared of cluttering debris, reconstruction is again well under way." 30 Jul 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.3 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.20.11 "Reconstruction: Perenchies. part of this restored linen mill has been turned to carpenter work to serve in its own reconstruction." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17 x 22.8 cm.

 2009.038.20.12 "Reconstruction: Perenchies. Salvaged machine parts, if patiently cleaned, may be re-assembled in looms and spinning machines." 27 Dec 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.1 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.20.13 "Reconstruction: Perenchies. Setting up looms on the site of their former destruction." 27 Dec 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.6 x 22.8 cm.

 2009.038.20.14 "Reconstruction: Perenchies. A tidy warehouse stocked with yarns where, but a few months since, was confusion." 27 Dec 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.3 x 22.6 cm.

 2009.038.20.15 "Destruction: St. Quentin. Delicate embroideries were once produced in this factory." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 14.5 x 22.7 cm.

 2009.038.20./16 "Reconstruction: St. Quentin. Embroidery is again being produced as before." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 19 x 16.9 cm.

 2009.038.20.17 "Destruction: St. Quentin. A weaving factory demolished and looted." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.4 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.20.18 "Reconstruction: St. Quentin. Complicated machinery imported from abroad, installed and ready for operation by the skilled workers of the district." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.8 cm.

 2009.038.20.19 "Destruction: St. Quentin. A lace curtain factory completely gutted by the invaders...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.5 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.20.20 "Reconstruction: St. Quentin. After restoring walls, floors, and roof of this factory, the purchase of this oine lace making machine in England involved an expense of 200,000 francs." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.5 x 22.7 cm.

 2009.038.20.21 "Destruction: Bailleuil. The bleak ruin of a weaving mill." 14 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.8 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.20.22 "Reconstruction: Bailleul. The weaving mill - still bleak - but nearly ready to function." 6 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.3 x 23 cm.

 2009.038.20.23 "Destruction: Comines. If ribbons continue scarce and high, it is partly because few of the ribbon factories of Comines - where the industry was concentrated - have recovered from such treatment as this." 16 Jul 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.3 x 22.8 cm.

 2009.038.20.24 "Destruction: Amiens. Cotton velour and velvet manufacturing was concentrated near Amiens. Bombardment wiped out the industry. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.3 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.20.25 "Reconstruction: Amiens. The same factory once more ready to produce." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.7 x 15.9 cm.

 2009.038.20.26 "Reconstruction: Lille. Industry resurrected in the midst of rubble." 19 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.8 x 22.6 cm.

 2009.038.20.27 "Destruction: Tourcoing. Well directed battering with a sledge hammer demolished the switchboard in this engine room, and put the apparatus out of commission." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17 x 22.4 cm.

 2009.038.20.28 "Reconstruction: Tourcoing. The engine room again ready to supply power to factory looms." 14 Feb 1920 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.9 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.20.29 "Destruction: Lille. A wool combing plant conv erted to bathing uses by the Germans after they had removed the machinery to Germany." 10 Feb 1919. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17 x 22.5 cm.

 2009.038.20.30 "Reconstruction: Lille. With the installation of the machinery returned from Germany, the building again performs its wool combing function." 18 Apr 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 16.6 x 22.3 cm.

 2009.038.20.31 "Destruction: Corbie. A garment factory reduced to barrenness and rags. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.4 x 16 cm.

 2009.038.20.32 "Reconstruction: Corbie. Contented industry restored." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.9 x 16 cm.

 2009.038.20.33 "Destruction: Oise. A well placed bomb blew out the wall of this family factory for lingerie." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.3 x 15.8 cm.

 2009.038.20.34 "Reconstruction: Oise. Business equal to that before the war has rewarded the energy of restoration." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11.9 x 16.8 cm.

 2009.038.20.35 "Destruction: Corbie. Three steps from destruction to order." 1. Destruction. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 15.1 x 22.2 cm.

 2009.038.20.36 "Reconstruction: Corbie. Three steps from destruction to order. 2. Sorting and cleaning completed, preliminary to reassembling." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 12 x 16.8 cm.

 2009.038.20.37 "Reconstruction: Corbie. Three steps from destruction to order. 3. The plant ready to begin operating." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 11 x 16.1 cm.

 2009.038.20.38 "Reconstruction: Sedan. A new French loom designed to compete with foreign types in price and speed of production...." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.8 x 23.2 cm.

 2009.038.20.39 "Reconstruction: Sedan. Rear view of the same loom." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 17.5 x 23.8 cm.

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 2009.038.21 Photographs [photoalbum] of Destruction of the Saint Amatus plants of of Thy-le-Chateau and Marcinelle plants of Marcinelle near Charleroi, Belgium. 26 Nov 1918. 1917-1921   14.0 Photographs

 2009.038.21.1 View of blast furnace No. 1. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.2 View of blast furnace No. 2. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.3 [Description undecipherable] H.F. No. 1 & 2. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.4 View of the entire furnace No. 3. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.5 View of the [boiler nose] of blast furnace No. 3. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.6 View of the boilers of blast furnace No. 3. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.7 View of the coke ovens to the boilers. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.8 View of the steam superheaters atop blast furnace No. 1 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.9 View of the [central depository for mottling loading]. 11 Aug 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.10 View of the steelworks hydraulic pumps. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.12 [Description indecipherable] about the blast furnace No. 1 and 2. 1917-1921   No image

 2009.038.21.13 View of [location of abundant rolls after blooming]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 8.9 x 11.8 cm.

 2009.038.21.14 Business card of Victor Nocent, Techinical Director, Limited Company of Thy-le-Chateau et Marcinelle. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

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 2009.038.22 Rising Above the Ruins in France. Proposed photographic illustrations for the book by Corinna Haven Putnam Smith and Caroline R. Hill. New York & London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press, 1920. 1917-1921   81.0 Photographs

 2009.038.22.1 "Fontisepiece: One of the many cellar homes in the devastated area." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.2 "p2 Upper: Strasburg statue, place de la Concorde, Paris." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.4 cm.

 2009.038.22.3 "p2 Lower: A dead, formless village [Lens]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.4 "p6 Upper: Ruins of one fo the biggest steel factories in the world, Beautor la Fere." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.5 "p18 Upper: Home of the old couple we visit in San Precord." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.6 "p18 Lower: The only kind of playground these children can remember." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.7 "p26: Rheims Cathedral being bombed." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.8 "p28: Same factory one year later." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.19.11 Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.9 "p32 Upper: Empty space in the foreground shows wite of a metal working factory raized to the ground, Rheims. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.10 "p32 Lower: Rebuilt factory on same spot 1919." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.11 "p36 Upper: Repaired barn outside of Soissons." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.12 "p36 Lower: Household necessities distributed by French Red Cross in Montdidier." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.13 "p40 Upper: Comtesse d'Evry in the doorway of her 'abri' home, Nampeel." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.14 "p40 Lower: Clemenceau and his staff in Noyon directly after the Armistice." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.15 "p44 Upper: One of the 5000 reopened schools, Plessis de Roye." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.16 "p44 Lower: In the Oise, of the 92,000 refugees, 73,000 have returned. many of them live in this kind of makeshift home." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 9.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.17 "p54 Upper: Making a road in preparation for the new village." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.18 "p54 Lower: One must work hard for cabbages like these. Athies." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.19 "p56 Upper: Deliberately destroyed by the Germans. [Baboeuf] 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.20 "p56 Lower: Same house rebuilt by the 'Permanence of Baboeuf'." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.21 "p58 Upper: Former German shelter where the Marquise de Noailles and her staff lived during the fighting of 1918." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.22 "p58 Lower: Refugee family living in the cellar of the ruined chateau of Folembray." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.23 "p60 Upper: 'Poste de Secours' at Neuflieux. Aisne." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.24 "p64 Lower: Present home of Monsieur and Madame de Verneuil." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.25 "p70 Upper: Former German dugout now being used as a dwelling, Chermizy." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.26 "p70 Lower: The wheel barrow solves the local transportation problem." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.27 "p76 Lower: Living in a lean-to but at home." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.28 "p78 Upper: All the comforts of home." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.29 "p78 Lower: A happy family living in a shack." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.30 [Head shot of a black man in suit, vest and tie. Possibly named "Brown", Lille.] 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Possibly same individual pictured in 2009.038.2.10 Not used as illustration for book Black/white print, 9 x 14 cm.

 2009.038.22.31 "p84 Upper: Rebuilding an electric plant - suburb of Lille." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.32 "p84 Lower: Outskirst of Lille; industrial activity being resumed." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.33 "p88 Upper: A pathetic type of bomb explosion victim." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.34 "p88 Lower: The 'little mother' and her family." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.35 [p89. Damage to the interior of a building.] 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Not used as illustration in book Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.36 "p98 Upper: It is readily seen which of these sisters lived in the danger zone during the war." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.37 "p98 Lower: Medical examinations by nurses of the Commission for Belgian Relief." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.38 "p104 Upper: Lens at the time of the Armistice." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.39 "p104 Lower: The beginning of life in Lens." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.40 "p108 Upper: Lens in 1919, looking like a western boom town." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.083.22.41 "p108 Lower: Monsieur le Maire." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.42 "p116 Upper: Farm life in the midst of ruins." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.43 "p116 Lower: Model barracks in Wavrin." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.44 "p120 Upper: Gruson family and the site of their former home, Nieppe." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.45 "p120 Lower: One of our families." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.46 "p128 Upper: Living en misere, Lievin." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.47 "p128 Lower: Our lady of the chateau, Lievin." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.48 "p130 Upper; A rebuilt textile factory in Armentieres, industrial stonghold of the north, almost completely destroyed." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.49 "p130 Lower: Bailing out her flooded home, Ploegsteert." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.3 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.083.22.50 "p134 Upper: House of Valery's sister, Neuve Eglise." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.51 "p134 Lower: Interior of same house." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.52 "p140 Upper: Hell Fire Corner, Menin-Ypres Road, 1918." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.53 "p140 Lower: Same place one year later." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.54 "p142 Upper: Former site of Hooge Chateau. Land like this will need to be reforested." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.55 "p142 Lower: Doyen of Ypres." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.56 "p144 Lower: Present appearance [of Cloth Hall and cathedral, Ypres]." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.57 "p162 Upper: One of our families in the mining district." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.58 "p164 Upper: Digging up buried treasure, La Bassee." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.59 [p164 Lower: Features a market in La Bassee.] 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Not the image used in book at p164 Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.60 "p170 Upper: Photograph of steel factory, taken by the owner at the risk of this life." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.61 "p170 Lower: Cleaning up is the first step in the problem of reconstruction." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.4 cm.

 2009.038.22.62 "p174 Upper: An example..." [what sledge hammers can do to looms]. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.16.10 Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.63 "p174 Lower: Same factory in 1919." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.64 "p180 Upper: Motte factory at Roubaix." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.65 "p180 Lower: An outdoor sewing class." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.66 "p182 Upper: One of the destroyed warehouses in Parenchies." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.67 "p182 Lower: Factory reconstruction in Parenchies." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.2 cm.

 2009.038.22.68 "p186 Upper: Compon wheel." 19171-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.69 "p186 Lower: Repairing workmen's homes." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.70 "p194 Upper: [Factories first, homes later. At the left a restored small manufacturing plant. At the right a worker's underground abiding place....]" 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Same image as 2009.038.16.16 Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.71 "p196 Upper: House built from trench material." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.72 "p196 Lower: Demi-lune house under construction, Vimy." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.73 "p208 Upper: Wood from the ruins is the only fuel in many towns, Vis-en-Artois." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.74 "p208 Lower: La Vieille Mere." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.75 "p216 Upper: Children helping their lame soldier-father to reclaim the farm." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white prinit, 10.1 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.76 "p228 Upper: Factory of Societe Gnomes et Rhone which through the war turned out thousands of airplane motors. Now making automatic looms." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.77 "p228 Lower: Framework of Charleville factory set up in Germany." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.78 "p232 Upper: Metal factory in Charleville at the time of the Armistice and now in operation." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.79 "p232 Lower: Restored forge in the Ardennes." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.80 "p240 Upper: A solitary French grave." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

 2009.038.22.81 "p240 Lower: American cemetery." 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white print, 10.2 x 15.3 cm.

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 2009.038.25 Oversized photographs and newspapers 1917-1921 

 2009.038.25.1 Studio portrait of an unidentified, uniformed man in a portfolio. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Sepia print, 39.7 x 24.7 cm. Louis Fabian Bachrach, photographer. 1918. USA.

 2009.038.25.2 Unidentified woman [receiving honors] by an unidentified uniformed official with honor guards and other military at attention in a courtyard. A civilian audience looks on from surrounding balconies. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white mounted print, 25 x 31.9 cm

 2009.038.25.3 The Doyen of Ypres at work at his desk. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white mounted print, 27.9 x 38.9 cm.

 2009.038.25.4 Studio portrait of 7 girls dressed in their best clothes. Girls featured are Adele Gossiun, Berthe Follet, Luce Nicod, Jeanne Jubert, Marie Antoinette [Poisner], Simone Maniez, and Denise Baraffe. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white mounted print, 26.8 x 34.9 cm. A. Morand, photographie artistique, Paris.

 2009.038.25.5 Studio portrait of 15 girls in costume. Girls featured are Luce Nicod, Lucie Messoyat, Emile Loriant, Marie Jeanne Cambeau, Denise Hamon, Marie Louise Lamendin, Odette Duclerc, Fernande Gossuin, Marie Antoinette Poinsart, Lucienne Baraffe, Denise Baraffe, Odette Ducoin, Marguerite LeMaire, Noemie Fartez, and Simone LaMendin. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white mounted print, 26.8 x 34.9 cm. A. Morand, photographie artistique, Paris.

 2009.038.25.6 Unidentified machinery. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white mounted print, 26.6 x 32.2 cm. Ateliers de Sedan, Paris.

 2009.038.25.7 Interior view of factory workers at work in a factory in Perenchies, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Black/white mounted print, 29.6 x 35.5 cm.

 2009.038.25.8 Panoramic view of the destruction and rubble of Comines, France. 14 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph 4 black/white prints pieced together to form a panoramic view. 11.9 x 67.1 cm.

 2009.038.25.9 Panoramic view of the destruction and rubble of Estaires, France. 26 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph 4 black/white prints pieced together to form a panoramic view. 16.6 x 87 cm.

 2009.038.25.10 Panoramic view of temporary tent housing, market stalls, horse-drawn wagons, provisional bank, etc. 11 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph 4 black/white prints, pieced together to form a panoramic view. 16.7 x 85.8 cm.

 2009.038.25.11 Panoramic view of the destruction and rubble of Merville, France. 6 Mar 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph 4 black/white prints, pieced together to form a panoramic view. 16.4 x 61.0 cm.

 2009.038.25.12 Panoramic view as seen from the church showing the destruction and rubble of Quesnoy. 30 Apr 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph 4 black/white prints pieced together to form a panoramic view. 12.5 x 66.4 cm.

 2009.038.25.13 Panoramic view of the reconstruction of the Ruhlmann Chemical Products site. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph 2 black/white prints pieced together to form a panoramic view. 17.1 x 45.6 cm.

 2009.038.25.14 Panoramic view of the right bank of the Lily River showing the destruction and rubble of Comines, France. 10 May 1920. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph 3 black/white prints pieced together to form a panoramic view. 12.6 x 49 cm.

 2009.038.25.15 View of the ruins of the cathedral at Soissons, France. 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph Sepia print, 23.3 x 59.1 cm. U.P.P. - 4, Boulevard Didorot, Paris 5020.

 2009.038.25.16 View of the famous locks of Nieuport, the damage to which allowed the flooding of the Flemish plains, Oct 1914. ( Supplment to the Belgique en Ruines in the series "L'Evenement Illustre", Nov 1919.) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.17 View of the halls of the famous University of Louvain burned down by the Germans in 1914. (Supplment to the Belgique en Ruines in the series "L'Evenement Illustre", Nov 1919.) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.18 Panoramic view of the remains of the main square of Dixmude, Oct 1918. (Supplment to the Belgique en Ruines in the series "L'Evenement Illustre", Nov 1919.) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.19 View of the Arches Bridge at Liege, destroyed at the beginning of the war. (Supplment to the Belgique en Ruines in the series "L'Evenement Illustre", Nov 1919.) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.20 Broad view of Verdun, damaged but still standing. On verso is article titled, "War Days." (p322-323 removed from Le Monde Illustre, 11 Nov 1916.) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.21 "Comite Franco-American pour la protection des Enfants de la Frontiere [Franco-American Committee for the Protection of Children of the Frontier]. Illustrated lecture by Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lindon Smith. Fighting - Hospital - Refugee. France." Announcement poster. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Poster measures 57.5 x 36 cm. Matted and encapsulated.

 2009.038.25.22 "Comite Franco-American pour la protection des Enfants de la Frontiere [Franco-American Committee for the Protection of Children of the Frontier]. Illustrated lecture by Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lindon Smith. Fighting - Hospital - Refugee. France." Announcement poster. 1917-1921   1.0 Item Poster measures 57.5 x 36 cm. Matted and encapsulated.

 2009.038.25.23 L'Echo des Gourbis Journal des Tranchees. Campagni 1914-191. No. 22, Nov 1916. Pierre Calel, Directeur General; Franc Malzac, Directeur Artistique; and Jean Cazes, Directeur Administratif. (French newspaper) 1917-1921   2.0 Item

 2009.038.25 24 General Passaga, Commander of the division of the Ancelin brigade, pictured wounded and being carried by stretcher to an ambulance. On verso: Russina General Lokhvitsky pictured being decorated with the War Cross on the French Front as Russian trumpets sound during the ceremony. (Page torn from L'Illustration) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.25 "On the Roads of France." Article with photo-illustrations. On verso: German prisoners captured during the battle of Morval; Russian troups, under the command of General Letschitski pay tribute to the soldiers of the French Front. (Page torn from Le Monde Illustre, 28 Oct 1916) 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.25.26 "Les Grandes Heures: Musique." Article, p437. On verso: "Quelques Impressions sur L'Armee Fancaise." Article, p438. (Page torn from L'Illustration, No. 3845, 11 Nov 1916.) 1917-1921   1.0 Page

 2009.038.25.17 "125,000 Belgians Deported..." Press cutting. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.28 "German Vandalism Revealed in Mines." Press cutting. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.29 "Paris, 9 novembre. Bulletin du Jour. l'Election Americaine." Press cutting. 1917-1921q   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.30 "Special Staff Named to Help Pershing 'Clean Up'". Press cutting. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.31 "Blight of Battle Covers Flanders. Hitherto Untouched District in British Zone Devastated by German Advance." Press cutting from The Sun and New York Press, Thursday, Apr 18, 1918. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.32 "Reply of the Entente Allie [piece missing] the Central Powers. The text of the Entente reply to the Teuton peace proposal..." Paris, Dec 30. Press cutting. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.33 "Germans Fall Back, Pounded by Artillery." On verso: "Enemy Takes Revenge Upon Our Wounded." Press cutting. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.34 "German Publicists State Her Ambitions with Amazing Frankness. Germany Must Control the World; Therefore She Sinks the Lusitania." Press cutting. On verso: Cartoon #1: "Crowds about the enlistment tents - it looks like a midway; Cartoon #2: Labor leader hurls defiance at Germans at home and abroad. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.35 "Quelques Rayons de Lumiere dans la nuit de la Conference [Some Rays of Light in the night of the Conference]." Press cutting of an article by Stephane Lauzanne. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.36 "Motor Vehicles Are Scarcer and Higher. Factories prevented by labor troubles from attaining hoped-for output - price tendency turns upward." Press cutting (torn from a Boston newspaper, Saturday, 28 Jun 1919) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.37 Series of articles: "Cologne Under Occupation. Niether cringing nor scorn. Mayor's story of siege of Town Hall;" "Brest Ceremony. Minister to meet Mr. Wilson. Welcome on board liner;" "The Demobilisation. The difficulties of transport. What must be done." Press cutting (torn from The Daily Mail, Wednesday, 11 Dec) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.38 "Misunderstandings, Big and Small, That Led the American Soldiers to Dislike France." Press cutting. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.39 L'Intransigeant. The Journal of Paris. 27 Nov 1918. Front page only. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.40 The St. Louis Republic. Best Cartoons of the Week and various articles. Sunday morning, Sept 1, 1918. (pages 1-2, 7-8) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.41 New York Tribune Review and Magazine. The Week in Panorama - Reactions to the News. Sunday, October 20, 1918. "Germany Is Answered by a Hundred Million" and other articles. (page1-2) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.42 New York Tribune. "Pillars of Kultur," "Fighting the Fight Rome Never Finished," "The Hun Goes Without His Goose," and other articles. On verso: "Armistice and Peace Settlements - Foch and Wilson." 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.43 The New York Herald - European Edition - Paris, Sunday, January 26, 1919. "Conference Adopts Wilson's World League Principles," and other articles. (page 1-2) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.44 The St. Louis Republic, Sunday, September 1, 1918. "Why America is Great," and other articles. (page 5-6) 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.25.45 Daily Mail - Continental Edition. Sunday, December 15, 1918. "Mr. Wilson's Great Welcome Memorable Scenes in Paris," and other articles. 1917-1921   1.0 Item

 2009.038.23 Rising Above the Ruins in France. Duplicate photographs of proposed illustrations for the book by Corinna Haven Putnam Smith and Caroline R. Hill. New York & London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press, 1920. 19171-1921   373.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.1.1-4 Frontispiece 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.1.5-9 p2 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.1.10-14 p2 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.1.15-19 p6 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.1.20-21 p11, 14 1917-1921   1.0 Photograph 2 images on 1 glass negative

 2009.038.23.1.22-26 p18 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.1.27-30 p18 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.1.31-35 p26 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.2.1-4 p28 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.2.5-9 p32 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.2.10-14 p32 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.2.15-19 p36 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.20-23 p36 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.2.24-27 p40 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.2.28-31 p40 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.3.1-5 p44 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.3.6-10 p44 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.3.11-15 p54 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.3.16-19 p54 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.3.20-24 p56 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.4.1-4 p56 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.4.5-9 p58 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.4.10-12 p58 Lower 1917-1921   3.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.4.13-17 p60 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.4.18-23 p64 Lower 1917-1921   6.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.4,.24-28 p70 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.4.29-32 p70 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.5.1-5 p76 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.5.6-10 p78 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.5.11-14 p78 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.5.15-19 p84 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.5.20-24 p84 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.5.25-28 p88 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.5.29-32 p88 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.6.1-4 p98 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.6.5-8 p98 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.6.9-13 p104 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.6.14-18 p104 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.6.19-23 p108 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.23.6.24-28 p108 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.1.1-5 p116 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.1.6-9 p116 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.1.10-13 p120 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.1.14-17 p120 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.1.18-19 p123-124 1917-1921   2.0 Photographs 2 images on 1 glass negative

 2009.038.24.1.20-23 p128 Upper 1917-1921   3.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.1.24-27 p128 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.2.1-5 p130 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.2.6-9 p130 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.2.10-13 p134 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.2.14-17 p134 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.2.18-22 p140 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.2.23-27 p140 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.3.1-5 p142 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.3.6-9 p142 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.3.10-14 p144 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.3.15-18 p162 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.3.19-23 p164 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.3.24-28 p164 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.4.1-5 p170 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.4.6-10 p170 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.4.11-15 p174 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.4.16-20 p174 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.4.21-25 p180 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.4.26-30 p180 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.5.1-5 p182 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.5.6-10 p182 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.5.11-15 p186 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.5.16-20 p186 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.5.21-25 p194 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.6.1-4 p196 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.6.5-8 p196 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.6.9-10 p205-206 1917-1921   2.0 Photographs 2 images on 1 glass negative

 2009.038.24.6.11-12 p207-208 1917-1921   2.0 Photographs 2 images on 1 glass negative

 2009.038.24.6.13-16 p208 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.6.17-20 p208 Lower 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.6.21-24 p216 Upper 1917-1921   4.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.7.1-5 p228 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.7.6-10 p228 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.7.11-15 p232 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.7.16-20 p232 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.7.21-25 p240 Upper 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs

 2009.038.24.7.26-30 p240 Lower 1917-1921   5.0 Photographs Same image as 2009.038.12.50

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 2009.038.26.1-2 2 glass slide boxes one made of tin with removable tin lid, the other made of heavy board with a clasp, both boxes still bearing Mrs. Smith's handwritten labels. 1917-1921   2.0 Items Tin slide box with removable tin lid: 11.7 x 18.2 x 11.2 cm Heavy board slide box with clasp: 12.1 x 19.5 x 11.8 cm

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