4 studio portraits: Upper Left - Man in the Cloud (Cheyenne Chief) with native accoutrements and holding and bow and arrow; Upper Right - Red Cloud (Sioux Chief) in western dress; Lower Left - White Wolf (Comanche); Lower Right - Man in the Cloud...
Meyers, Frederick Henry Carl, Sr. RG100s - Bernard W. Savko Coll. Photo of a group of men of Co. K, 18th Regiment, National Guard of Pennsylvania, Circa 1905. Frederick H.C. Meyers is noted on the photo by an arrow.
Insignia - Corps Badges - Civil War - 17th Corps RG98s - Civil War Photos Box 78.60 - 62 Three photos of unidentified enlisted men of the 11th Regiment, Iowa Volunteer Infantry wearing the arrow corps badge of the 17th Army Corps.
2nd Rangers preparing to leave Pointe du Hoc on D+2. They had been relieved and are moving out to join drive toward Grandcamp. Col. Rudder (arrow) had been wounded three times, but accompanies his force.
Insignia - Civil War RG98s - Civil War Photos Box 17.1 Unidentified Union Army soldier, wearing a pin on his left breast. A circular metal disc is suspended from a metal eagle with spread wings seated on an arrow. (
Insignia - Corps Badges - Civil War - 17th Corps RG98s - Civil War Photos Box 55.91 - .92 Two photos - A 2nd Lt. and a Sgt., of Company B, 53rd Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry, wearing the arrow badge of the Seventeenth Corps.
Insignia - Corps Badges - Civil War 17th Corps RG98s - Civil War Photos Box 44.101 CPT Ira C. Carman, Jr., Co. F, 35th Regiment, New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. He is wearing the arrow Corps Badge of the 17th Corps.