WW1 Photo Library: Miscellaneous Photographs -- Soldiers & Events
Photographs and Other Images Sourced the Public Domain and the Gjenvick-Gjønvik Family Archives. A part of the World War 1 Online Exhibit at the GG Archives.
Canteen Workers from the American Red Cross Supply Soldiers with Snacks and Sundry Items at the Union Station, St. Paul, Minnesota, c1917. GGA Image ID # 19070c1ea1
Newly Drafted Men Are On Their Way to Camp Dodge, Iowa. Markings on Some of the Suitcases include: "Not Hoch Der Kaiser But C.H.O.C.K. the Kaiser," "Camp Dodge or Bust," and "Were [sic] Off to Get the Kaiser." "Hoch der Kaiser" translates to "Hail" or "Up With" the Kaiser. GGA Image ID # 190724a455
Operating Room at the Base Hospital Surgical Ward at Camp Pike Showing an Operation in Progress. In the near View, (Left to Right) Runner, Nurse Anesthetist, Two Surgical Assistants, Surgeon, and a Surgical Nurse. In the Background Are Medical or Nursing Students Observing the Operation. GGA Image ID # 1907806160
Portrait Photograph of Corporal Ludvig K. Gjenvick of Company C, 346th Infantry, 87th Division, c1918. Gjenvick-Gjønvik Family Archives. GGA Image ID # 1907e2949f
Full-Length Photograph of Corporal Ludvig Gjenvick of the 346th Infantry, 87th Division, c1918. Gjenvick-Gjønvik Family Archives. GGA Image ID # 190883e04e
Patient at the Camp Pike Orthopedic Ward being Attended to by the Orthopedic Surgeon and Two Nurses. nd, c. 1918. GGA Image ID # 1908a1b5e5
Parade Celebrating the Return of the 151st Field Artillery in Minneapolis on 8 May 1919. GGA Image ID # 1908ad2a82
Soldiers of Company B, 105th Engineers. Sgt. Harry B Coulter and Friends in Greenville, SC in 1918. Left to Right -- Hdl. S. Wetmore, David A. Clifford, Earl Burton, H. B. Coulter. GGA Image ID # 1908c8c67a
Letter to Soldiers of The United States A.E.F. from King George V - April 1918. Image ID # 19664009b5.
Letter from King George V to British POW's On Their Release in 1918. GGA Image ID # 20d82fd657.
Merle Egan Anderson, Sitting at the Supervisor's Desk at the Paris Peace Conference in the Hotel Crillon. She Led the Fight from 1930 - 1978 for Recognition of the Hello Girls' Veteran-Status. GGA Image ID # 197803e2d0
Gen. John Pershing, Commander of the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I, Reviews American Female Telephone Operators Who Provided a Critical Job during the War Connecting Phone Calls and Translating Conversations between American and French Troops. When the Women Who Served in the Army Signal Corps Returned Home after the War and Tried to Join Veterans’ Organizations, They Were Told They Were Civilian Contractors and Were Not Veterans. Efforts to Get Them Veteran Recognition Took More than Six Decades. GGA Image ID # 1978153da4