St. Louis Globe-Democrat Photographs: General Subjects

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Triumph on Fifth Avenue
"Spring 1919 - and marching up Fifth Avenue is the First Battalion of the 308th Infantry, the famous "Lost Battalion" of the 77th Division's Argonne campaign. They have just passed under the arch of Victory, a decorative feature for the celebrations. Many such parades marked the return from France of divisions of the American Expeditionary Force."
Troops on 12th Street Returning From France
"And here is the flower of St. Louis youth back home from the front - seasoned veterans of the great conflict - marching through flower strewn Twelfth Street."
Turkey Float
"New York, Nov. 29 - A Big Bird Float - Crowds pack the sidewalk Thursday along New York's Times Square as a float holding a thirty-foot-tall turkey goes by in the Thanksgiving parade. The traditional bird was one of the 41 floats scheduled to participate."
U.S Now At War
Man holding a copy of The St. Louis Republic newspaper that is titled "U.S. NOW AT WAR".
U.S. Calvary Officers to Represent Country at the Olympics
"Members of the U.S. Army Cavalry Team that will represent the country in the Olympic Games at Paris this summer, selected from troops at Fort Meyer, Va. Left to right: (Front row) Capt. E. W. Taubee, Capt. V. L. Padgett, Lieut. P. M. Robinett. (Back Row) Lieut. F. L. Carr., Major, C. P. Georges, Major J. A. Barry, Major S. Doak, Captain I. R. Underwood, and Captain U. T. Bauskett."
U.S. Camp at Laredo, Texas
"U.S. Troops encamped at Laredo, Texas. It is at this point on the border that the situation is anyway serious." Photograph of the encampment from a distance.
U.S. Flag Flying Over German Fortress
"U.S. Doughboys in Possession, While Old Glory Flies Over Historic Rhine Fortress./ The U.S. Army of Occupation on the Rhine have flown the first U.S. Flag to wave over a German fortress. The spot is Fort Ehrenbreitstein (shown in upper photo) where Old Glory proudly waves, having been hoisted by Col. McCabe of the 17th U.S. Artillery. The Gibraltar of the "Rhine" as this historic old German stronghold houses American troops, who may be seen daily at their drill there. As shown in the lower photo, a company of the 17th at drill at Ehrenbreitstein, on the Rhine. The 17th Artillery is part of the U.S. 1st Division."
U.S. Secretary of War
This photograph shows the Secretary of War for the United States blindfolded as they draw the first number in the draft lottery. There are several other men surrounding the table, and behind all of them is a large board of numbers ranging into the 400s.
U.S. Troops Off to Guard Panama Canal
"The twenty-ninth United States Infantry, sailed from New York, March 17 for the Panama Canal Zone., where it will be part of the permanent military garrison of the camal. The regiment, escorted by a large force of National guardsmen, paraded through the Metropolis and was reviewed at the City Hall by Major General Leonard Wood of the Eastern Division, Mayor Mitchall, General Ryan, General Green and General Dyer. The picture shows the regulars marching past the New York Public Library."
Underdog in the Thanksgiving Day Parade
"New York, Nov. 26 - Look, Up in the Air! - "Underdog," one of the favorites of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, descends toward the crowd as it approaches Herald Square during the 55th annual parade in Manhattan Thursday."
Unidentified Sinking Ship
This photo shows a ship covered in black lines as it sinks into the choppy sea. The bow is still out of the water, but the rest of the ship is dipping into the water.
Unidentified Soldier Camp
This photo depicts a camp of soldiers and tents. There are two groups of soldiers eating on the ground talking to one another. Tents stretch the length of the photo, and in the background are forest-covered hills.
Unknown
Possibly at a TV studio.
Unknown Man
Unknown man.
Unknown Man at a Typewriter
Unknown man at a typewriter.
Unloading White Paper
Unloading white paper.
Voting Booth
"Thanksgiving Harvest, 1943/Despite all Axis Propaganda to the contrary, the voting booth method, whatever its defects, is still the superior way of running your government. This woman is exercising one of her most precious rights of citizenship."
Wall Street Liberty Bonds
This photo shows Wall Street filled completely with people outside of Federal Hall. There are flags hanging down the street and off of the building columns, and above the columns is a sign that says, "Get into the Fight - Buy Liberty Bonds".
War Brides of U.S. Sailors
This photo shows War Brides of U. S. Sailors and babies who arrived from Europe on the bridal ship Plattsburg. The bridal ship Plattsburg brings 69 wives and twenty children. 25 of the brides were Irish, the rest were English and Scotch. This cargo of Brides represents part of the marital activities of U. S. boys on destroyers and U-Boats, chasers.
War Casualty
Photograph of what appears to be a casualty of war and the supplies the soldier had. They are laying among some rocks and debris, and their feet are crossed at the ankles.
War Horse Casualties
This photo shows an expansive field with deceased horses, saddles, bridles, and ammunition carts. Among the several horses is an overturned cart at the back of the photo.
War Over
Servicemen and Servicewomen holding an issue of the Norfolk Ledger Dispatch with headline "WAR OVER Tokyo Agrees to Terms of Surrender.", V. J. Day Celebrations
War Support
This photo shows a group of well dressed women marching with flags and signs; the main woman in the photo is holding a sign that says, "I was born in 1863. The spirit of war surrounded me. Now the spirit of war has come again and I have a son with - The Fighting Men!"
Who Is Next?
Page one of the Night Pictorial edition of the Globe-Democrat for Monday carrying a banner announcing the "First Death on Express Highway," was pinned on the entrance door to City Court No. 1 by Judge Nangle so that all those appearing in court yesterday could see. A notation in red ink above the page asked "Who is next?"
Women Doing Needlework
This photo shows three women doing needlework outside. They are seated in wooden chairs, with a cat seated beyond them. There is a small child seated between two of the women.
Women Mourning
This photo shows two women, wrapped in blankets and shawls for warmth, standing in the snow as they cry and mourn in front of a grave marker. Behind them are trees and other grave markers with others paying respects to other graves.
Woodhaven Junction
This photo is of a large group of people waiting next to a group of train tracks at Woodhaven Junction. There is a sign being held by one of the men standing there that says, "Express Woodhaven to Berlin/No Sleepers/Camp Upton". Many of those waiting for the train and seeing loved ones off are holding American flags.
Workers With Print Roll Machine
Workers with the print rolls to help make the newspapers for the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.

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