There are approximately 1.5 million photographs in U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center archival collection. The images in the collection consist of some of the earliest forms of photography from daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, and tin types to salted paper, albumen and platinum prints to the more modern black and white and color …
The Civil War Photographs Collection consists of the United States Army Heritage and Education Center Civil War Photograph Collection, Record Group 98s (RG98s). This collection is a mix of original and high quality reproductions of Civil War soldiers. There will also be Civil War photographs that are held in other personal collections in …
The MOLLUS-MASS Civil War Photographs Collection contains the bound volumes from the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS), Massachusetts Commandary. These photographs are a mix of Civil War soldiers, both during the war and after. There are also battlefields, MOLLUS Commanders, MOLLUS headquarters and a …
The History of Carlisle Barracks Collection contains the Carlisle Indian School Collection, including the Anne Ely Album. Other collections will be added that deal directly with Carlisle Barracks. For example, portions of the Carlisle Barracks Photograph Collection (the one onsite) will be uploaded here.
The World War I Signal Corps photograph collection covers major aspects of the United States involvement in WWI, at home and in Europe. The majority of photos date between 1914 and 1918, but a few cover the years preceding, and following these dates.
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