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WW1 Photos: Circuits of Victory - 1921

Photographs and Other Images Sourced from the Book Circuits of Victory - 1921. A part of a World War 1 Online Exhibit at the GG Archives.

General John J. Pershing.

General John J. Pershing. Official US Army Photograph. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 199e69ce72

Major-General George O. Squier.

Major-General George O. Squier. US Army Official Photograph. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 199e87c79b

Inside View of Central Office at Camp Logan, Houston, Texas.

Inside View of Central Office at Camp Logan, Houston, Texas. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 199f416460

Telephone Operators of the Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, at Camp Dix, New Jersey.

Telephone Operators of the Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, at Camp Dix, New Jersey. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 199f93401a

First Telephone Operating Unit to Go Overseas View Taken on the Roof of 195 Broadway.

First Telephone Operating Unit to Go Overseas View Taken on the Roof of 195 Broadway. With the Bronze Herald of the Spoken Word, New York City, which Annihilates Space, Overlooking the Scene. Photo by Morris Rosenfeld. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 199ffa0933

Telephone Operators at Barracks 66, Tours. France, April 19, 1918.

Telephone Operators at Barracks 66, Tours. France, April 19, 1918. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 19a00aaffc

A Busy Hour at Tours Central Office Chief Operator Marion Swan Watching Work of Her Operating Force.

A Busy Hour at Tours Central Office Chief Operator Marion Swan Watching Work of Her Operating Force. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 19a00ba7af

Art and Science Terminal and Operating Room, Elysee Palace Hotel, Paris, France, May 6, 1918.

Art and Science Terminal and Operating Room, Elysee Palace Hotel, Paris, France, May 6, 1918. the Telephone Installation Men of the U. S. Signal Corps Were Cautioned to "Do the Job Artistically." Official Us Army Photograph. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 19a01efcf4

On Duty at St. Mihiel. American Telephone Operators on Duty at First Army Headquarters, Equipped with Gas Masks and Helmets Ready for Use at a Moments Notice. Official US Army Photograph. Circuits of Victory, 1921.

On Duty at St. Mihiel. American Telephone Operators on Duty at First Army Headquarters, Equipped with Gas Masks and Helmets Ready for Use at a Moments Notice. Official US Army Photograph. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 19a0597e28

Telephone Girls on Duty with the Headquarters of the First Army at Souilly, France.

Telephone Girls on Duty with the Headquarters of the First Army at Souilly, France, during the Meuse-Argonne Operations. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 19a07badce

Save the Pieces Scene during the Fire Which Broke out at First Army Headquarters, Souilly, France, October 30, 1918.

Save the Pieces Scene during the Fire Which Broke out at First Army Headquarters, Souilly, France, October 30, 1918. Circuits of Victory, 1921. Official US Army Photograph. GGA Image ID # 19a22947dc

Telephone Operators with "Flu" Masks.

Stress and Strain Back Home. Telephone Operators with "Flu" Masks. Greatly Depleted in Number by the Ravages of Spanish Influenza, with the Epidemic Raging Everywhere About Them, They Bravely Stuck to Their Tasks During the Crucial Months of 1918. Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 19a097b8ad

Connecting Up President Wilson.

Connecting Up President Wilson. Signal Corps Telephone Men Installing Telephone in the Study of Prince Murat's Mansion in Paris, Which, during the Peace Conference, was President Wilson's Overseas "White House." Circuits of Victory, 1921. GGA Image ID # 19a0d10e3b

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