St. Louis Globe-Democrat Photographs: General Subjects

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Sinking Ship
This photograph shows a sinking ship as it tips to the left of the photo in a blur; there's a flag on the front of the ship, but it is not easily identified. The photo is taken from a distance in the water.
Smoke-Filled Battlefield
Photograph of a battlefield filled with smoke as people run wildly around it. There are a group of people in the foreground, and a house in the middle-ground with smoke around it. There is a tree-line at the background of the photo.
Smoking Warships
Photograph from a ship on choppy water that is facing an open ocean with roughly ten smoking warships in the distance.
So Much Will Fit, No More
After the type has been assembled and corrected, it goes to the form of a page upon which it is to appear. Here a makeup man is shown placing type into the form. Engravings are also fitted into the eight-column steel chase before it is locked up and pushed on its way.
Solar Energy at Sambo's Restaurant
Image shows a scientist examining collector panels of an experimental solar energy system at Sambo's Restaurant.
Soldier Transport Ship
"Transport Crook Arrives Safely./The disabled transport Crook, bearing 30 German war brides and nearly 1,000 officers and men of the American Army of Occupation on the Rhine has arrived safely in port. The ship sprung a leak while of the Newfoundland Banks and then ran into a severe storm but it crept into port distaining the aid that was sent as soon as advices of its predicament were received./Photo shows: - The doughboys were glad when the experience was over."
Soldier and Family
Photograph of a soldier carrying luggage next to a large ship. A woman carrying a baby is standing next to him, and behind the family is a group of people stood at the exit of the boat.
Soldiers Being Served
This photo shows soldiers (both seated and standing) waiting to be served a cup of a drink which is being poured out from a silver pitcher. There are many soldiers watching and waiting.
Soldiers Disembarking a Ship
This photo shows soldiers disembarking a large ship in a single-file line; they have their rifles at there sides, and some have packs on their arms.
Soldiers Eating Pastries
"Their First Real Yankee Pie in 18 Months./Three happy doughboys just off a transport from France, whose first "official" act after disembarking is to purchase three man-size pies, and proceed to "go to it". Pies are a rarity over there, and oh, boy, how one can appreciate this toothsome bit of pastry after eighteen months of "pieless" existence." Soldiers were fed "chow" two times a day from the company kitchen.
Soldiers Filling Out Paperwork
Photograph of soldiers grouped around a desk covered in paperwork with someone seated at the table. A standing soldier with a backpack on his back is speaking to the seated man who is writing on a piece of paper in front of him.
Soldiers Marching With Rifles
Photograph of a small group of soldiers marching out of sync down a field with their rifles on their shoulders. They're wearing hats, not helmets, and have water jugs on their hips.
Soldiers Marching in Line
Photograph of several rows of soldiers marching with their rifles facing ahead of them. The soldiers are dressed in uniform and are wearing metal helmets. They're walking perfectly in time across the brick road.
Soldiers Marching in a Field
Photograph of soldiers, all with their gear, helmets, and weapons, standing at attention and marching behind an officer in an officers' cap.
Soldiers Passing a Church
This photo is of soldiers running through a field and a large church. The church spans most of the background in the photograph, and the wet ground shines as the soldiers run through the frame.
Soldiers Reading Letters From Home
"Americans, sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner in the safety of their homes, will give thanks to their sons and brothers who are fighting on far-away fronts to preserve the good things of democracy. Boys like these American soldiers somewhere in Australia, reading precious letters from home."
Soldiers Walking on a Dirt Road
Photograph of soldiers walking down a dirt road. The soldiers are in uniform, rifles on their backs, and are wearing helmets. They are not marching.
Soldiers and Officers
This photo shows soldiers and officers standing, talking, and adjusting their uniforms with outstretched arms and smiles on their faces. They are lined up horizontally, talking with one another as they adjust their clothes.
Soldiers and a Hanged Man
In this photo, there are soldiers walking toward and away from the photographer while four men stand near a hanged man that is hanging from a pole or tree. The hanged man is wearing a suit and tie, as well as nice shoes. The rest of the men nearby are wearing military garb. The background has several buildings and scaffolding.
Soldiers in Veracruz
"Jackies pulling field guns through a grove in Veracruz on their way to an outpost outside of the city."
Soldiers in a Trench
Photograph of uniformed soldiers in a trench with supplies in between them. The camera is aimed down the trench from one side. This angle shows the depth of the trench as the men stand looking out of it.
Soup Kitchen Cart
This photo shows the large crowd around a horse-drawn soup cart, each waiting for their serving of soup. Those waiting are primarily women and children. There's a sign attached to the cart indicating the cart's intention, and the driver of the cart looks on towards the viewer.
Special Delivery
Newspapers were delivered by horse-drawn wagons in St. Louis long before trucks were used in the business. This photo from Globe-Democrat files was not identified or dated. Records at the Missouri Historical Society indicate that in 1854, three years after this newspaper was started. St. Louis had 21 newspapers, including weeklies, and 12 magazines. The industry employed 585 persons then and the daily newspaper circulation totaled 19,300.
Stacks of Bells
This photo is filled with stacks of large bells, some of which have writing on them in white. The stacks of bells are piled on brick, and are the only visible objects in the photo.
Substructure of the Duplex Printing Press
Substructure of the Duplex Printing Press for the new Globe-[Democrat] Building. This structure will support sixteen press units in line...
Supply Caravan
In this photo, a large amount of horse-drawn wagons and vehicles heading away from the viewer. They are merging onto one road from the left of the photo as they move beyond dilapidated buildings. There are soldiers at the front of the foreground looking at the camera.
Tanks and Soldiers
In this photograph, soldiers are moving alongside several tanks in a grassy field. They are in and out of the tanks that stretch through the photograph, many acknowledging the camera.
Teachers Participating in a Workshop
Among the teachers participating at workshop on use of the newspaper in the classroom were:: Mrs. Janice R. Fleming, left, Mrs. Marilyn Quain, above left, Dennis H. Zorumski and Mrs. Jane Luennemann. The workshop was cosponsored by The Globe-Democrat., Not sure which woman this is.

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