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Catalog # Name Description
376 1984.6.0045 Medal

Y.M.C.A.

377 1984.6.0046 Medal

Y.M.C.A.

378 1984.6.0047 Medal

Y.M.C.A.

379 1984.6.0048 Medal

Y.M.C.A.

380 1984.6.0049 Medal

Y.M.C.A.

381 1984.6.0050 Medal

U.S.

382 1984.6.0052 Medal

Two-piece; 7th Army Corps, Spanish American War, H. L. Eels, 2nd Division Hosp. corp 49th Iowa.

383 1984.6.0053 Cufflink

Army Educational Corps. A. E. F.

384 1984.6.0054 Medal

Fabric covered insignia.

385 1984.6.0055 Insignia

Non-fabric covered.

386 1984.6.0116 Print, photographic

Black and white photograph depicts a large group of black soldiers in a mess hall, presumably at Camp Dodge in 1918. The tables are littered with booklets and paper, possibly mail. Poster with the Lord's Prayer is visible along the back wall. Dev. B. N. #2. Camp Dodge.

1984.6.0116 (Print, photographic) image
387 1984.6.0117 Print, photographic

Photograph depicts a large group of predominantly black soldiers in front of a building labeled 326. There are various other buildings in the background. This photograph is believed to have been taken at Camp Dodge in 1918. Photograph is in black and white.

1984.6.0117 (Print, photographic) image
388 1984.6.0171 Print, photographic

Photograph depicts a group of French waitresses along with 3 soldiers, Harry Leroy Eells standing 2nd to the left inward, in front of the outside of the schoolhouse. "Class of French waitresses. May 23, 1919" is written on the back of the photograph in black ink. Photograph has a wide white border. World War I. Color: BK,WH

1984.6.0171 (Print, photographic) image
389 1984.6.0172 Print, photographic

Photograph depicts a large group of French waitresses inside a school building learning English from soldiers and a young woman. "Class of French waitresses taking English. Miss Nehe Y.M.C.A girl who was helping. May 23, 1919" written on the back of the photograph in black ink. World War I. Color: bk,wh

1984.6.0172 (Print, photographic) image
390 1984.6.0173 Print, photographic

Black and white photograph depicting a very large group of boys and instructors in front of a building entrance. "Picture represents the boys who took advantage of the English instruction in the College de Beanne. May 22, 1919. 10 instructors from the university. 120 boys." written on the back in black ink.

1984.6.0173 (Print, photographic) image
391 1984.6.0185 Print, photographic

"Cuban farm. Typical farming of Cuba" written on the back in pencil. White thatched house prominent in foreground, with five people working in fields. Most likely taken during the Spanish-American War. Print is mounted on a discolored white or cream board with scalloped edging painted gold. Aerial view. Color: BK,WH

1984.6.0185 (Print, photographic) image
392 1984.6.0186 Print, photographic

"Showing burial method for common people" handwritten in pencil on back of print. Shows a man placing a man's body into wooden casket on ground. A second man is standing by, holding a section of rope. Stone wall visible in background. Print is mounted on discolored withe or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Color: BK,WH

1984.6.0186 (Print, photographic) image
393 1984.6.0187 Print, photographic

"Execution of criminal in Cuba" written in pencil on the back. Shows man being choked with turnscrew device being twisted by another man. Print is mounted on a discolored white or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Photo is faded and there are two tear from a crease in the lower left corner of the board and print. Color: BK,WH

1984.6.0187 (Print, photographic) image
394 1984.6.0188 Print, photographic

"Farming in Cuba" with an underline is written in pencil on the back of the photograph. Two farmers with oxen depicted in front of a field of corn and huts in the background. A young boy is standing to the left. Print is mounted on a discoulored white or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Color: BK,WH

1984.6.0188 (Print, photographic) image
395 1984.6.0189 Print, photographic

"Going to the cemetery" written on the back of photograph in pencil. Four men are carrying a casket on their shoulders, with two men following behind. Print is mounted on a discolored white or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Color: BK,WH

1984.6.0189 (Print, photographic) image
396 1984.6.0190 Print, photographic

Block house with barbed wire fence during Spanish American War. "Block house, showing wire fence and hous wires are twisted to prevent enemy's entrance" written on the back in pencil. Print is mounted on discolored white or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Lower left corner of board is torn off. Color: BK,WH

1984.6.0190 (Print, photographic) image
397 1984.6.0192 Print, photographic

Black and white photograph with "Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla" written on the back in pencil. Rows of buildings on each side. There are many people on the street. The man closest to the photographer is carrying a shovel over his shoulder. Print is mounted on an ornate white board.

1984.6.0192 (Print, photographic) image
398 1984.6.0193 Print, photographic

Military camp scene from the Spanish-American War. The photo depicts William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925), and Fitz Hugh Lee (1835-1905) at Camp Cuba Libre in Florida. Photograph taken in September of 1898. "W J Bryan Fitz Hugh Lee" written on back of print in pencil with Fitz Hugh Lee written below the W J Bryan and is underlined.

1984.6.0193 (Print, photographic) image
399 1984.6.0194 Print, photographic

Black and white photograph of a power house in Jacksonville Florida. Plant is behind a chain link fence. Several people are walking along the sidewalk in front of the plant. "Power House for Water Works Jacksonville Fla." written on the back in pencil. Print is mounted on an ornate white board.

1984.6.0194 (Print, photographic) image
400 1984.6.0195 Print, photographic

Black and white photograph of two men posing with one leg each propped on the same chair. The man on the left is pointed to a note that is held by the man on the right.. The man on the right is Harry Lee Eells. Printed text below the photo reads "Wankon Portrait Co., Wankon, Iowa." Both wear uniforms of Spanish-American War. "At right: Harry Leroy Eells in Spanish American War uniform. I do not know the identity of the other young man" handwritten in black ink on back of print. Print is mounted on a white textured board. The corners a worn and there is a tear through the photo on the left side. Color: BK,WH

1984.6.0195 (Print, photographic) image

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