St. Louis Globe-Democrat Photographs: General Subjects

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Marine and American Flag
"Participating in Veterans Day Parade down Fifth Avenue, 11/12, a Marine is wrapped up in an American flag. Hundreds of veterans from World War I through Grenada marched to honor fallen comrades."
Marines Digging Trench in France
This photo shows a small group of Marines as they dig trenches in open fields of dirt and grass.
Market Quotations Direct From Wall Street
These automatic machines supply the financial department with an up to the minute report of the fluctuations on the New York Stock and Bond Exchange and also the quotations from the curb market. These quotations are used by the department in assembling the exhaustive market reports that appear daily in the Globe-Democrat.
Michigan Headquarters
Photograph taken in the Michigan Headquarters, New York. Maintained by former Michigan men. The photo shows nine men seated and writing at a table. A woman is handing one of the men an envelope on the right side of the photograph.
Military Officers Boarding a Ship
This photo shows a group of military officers boarding a ship; the camera is on the other end of the boarding bridge, facing the officers as they walk toward the person operating the camera.
Military Service Flag
"Have You Got Your Service Flag Flying? There is a red flag four by five feet with a white center. The new service flag which has been authorized by the Government to be flown by families who have given one or more sons to any of the services. The one shown here carries three stars showing that three sons of Mrs. R. Morrisey are serving in some branch of the service. Two of her sons, Frank and Vincent are in the Navy and one Raymond, in the Army."
Military Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving dinner for military personnel. From left, are Sergeant Kenneth Starbody, Sergeant Donald D. Clark and wife, Private First Class Carl Womack and wife, Sergeant R. Schoolcraft, wife, and 4 month old son.
Motorcycles
Photograph of motorcyclists competing in a dirt-track race.
Moving Supplies
In this photo, soldiers are attempting to pull and push pack mules and a donkey through a muddy field.
Mr. Dennis H. Zorumski
Mr. Dennis H. Zorumski participated in a teachers workshop.
National Filling Factory
Photograph from the National Filling Factory in Nottinghamshire. A small train is being driven across the factory floor. The train is filled with shells to be transported around the facility. There are "No Smoking" signs on the beams, and "FIRE" buckets on each of them.
National Guard Encamped on the Border
"General view of the encampment of the 9th Infantry; Massachusetts National Guard near El Paso, Texas." There are piles of lumber, made and unmade beds, soldiers seated working or standing and speaking to one another, and large groups of soldiers lined up in the background of the photo.
New Fashioned Wash Basins For Globe-Democrat Workers
These Bradley wash fountains, one of which is pictured here, are available for all members of the various mechanical departments. There is an ever ready flow of water and soap is supplied from the ornamental dome. Ten men may be accom[m]odated simultaneously at each fountain.
Officer Taking Fingerprints
This photo shows an officer with the badge number 659 taking the fingerprints of a man wearing a cap and round glasses.
Officers Surveying Maps
Photograph of three military officers in uniform surveying maps on a large table in an open room with arched ceilings. There are deer antlers on either side of the visible doorway, and a low-hanging lamp on the right of the photo. The officer on the left is pointing at a location on the map while the other two officers watch on.
Officers of the 138th Infantry
Photograph of the officers of the 138th infantry. In total, there are 37 officers; 18 are Lieutenants, 15 Captains, 4 Majors, and 1 Colonel.
Opening the Mass of Mail
Globe-Democrat readers are agog over the fate of this popular comic strip heroine; and here are the solution[s] submitted in the prize contest which closed at 6 o'clock Monday evening. Globe-Democrat employe[e]s spent the day yesterday opening the mass of mail for the judges who must select the winners.
Ornament on the African Christmas Tree
This photograph shows a wicker cornucopia filled with small gourds, harvest vegetables, and peanuts. There is dried corn off to the side, and a candle in front of the cornucopia. These are placed on a straw-like substance with a patterned fabric underneath and visible to the left of the photo.
Painting of the First Thanksgiving
"Painting of the first Thanksgiving by Sydney E. King, Virginia artist, depicts the scene in December of 1619, when a group of 39 colonists observed a day of Thanksgiving on the banks of the James River at Berkeley Plantation in Virginia."
Parade of Soldiers
Photograph of a parade of soldiers down a wide street flanked by trees and large buildings on the right and left respectively. A crowd of people wearing hats is on either side of the road, watching as the soldiers move uniformly down the road.
Paste Pots Work Overtime
Paste pots work overtime on page layouts of headline, varityped news items and similarly prepared advertisements are made.
Peace and Prosperity Print
A Thanksgiving art print depicting Uncle Sam seated across from a woman wearing an American flag dress as they're seated at a table with an American flag tablecloth. Uncle Sam is carving a turkey. Above their heads is the word "Thanksgiving", and on the side of the tablecloth is "For Peace and Plenty of Prosperity".
Peanuts Comic
Picture of Peanuts comic.
Petition for the War Effort
This photograph shows a group of English women protesting to be allowed to participate in the war effort. They are carrying a sign that reads, "Italian Women Are Serving Their Country Why Can't We". It's raining in the photo, and women and children are marching down the street with a horse-drawn carriage to the right of them.
Photograph of Landing of the Pilgrims Painting
"Thanksgiving Day/Landing of the Pilgrims, Dec. 21, 1620. This painting depicts the hardy group of pioneers atop historic Plymouth Rock, their heads bowed to God in thanks for their safe voyage. Originally, the Pilgrims intended to settle in Virginia, but the Mayflower was blown from its course and instead the first permanent colony in New England was established./(One of a Series)."
Photograph of Mayflower Painting
"Thanksgiving Day/Aboard the Mayflower. The ship is supposed to have carried 102 voyagers on its historic trip. Now free to worship as thier own conscience dictated a group of Pilgrims signed the famous Mayflower Compact, a short set of laws which established certain concepts of religious freedom. The document later became a basis for the democratic government in the colonies. This painting, by Robert W. Weir, hangs in the Capitol in Washington, D.C./(One of Series)."
Photograph of Thanksgiving Preparation Print
Larger print photograph of a William Ludwell Sheppard print titled "Preparing for Thanksgiving - Flanking the Victim". The image shows two children on either side of a goose, while a woman and young girl look on from the side of a water pump.
Photograph of a Print of a William Ludwell Sheppard Print
Photograph of a William Ludwell Sheppard print titled "Preparing for Thanksgiving - Flanking the Victim" that was published in Harper's Weekly. The title, artist, and date of publication are above and below the print. The image shows two children on either side of a goose, while a woman and young girl look on from the side of a water pump.

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