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Col. Levin Crandall, 125th New York Volunteers
Guidon of the 125th New York Volunteers
Early map proposing the state of Kanawha, which became West Virginia
John W. Phelps, President of the West Virginia Senate
Author Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
Signature of American colonist William Phelps
enlarged view of a portion of the map of Windsor, Connecticut circa 1640
Map of colonists homes in Simsbury, Connecticut
Woody Island US Navy Wireless Station in 1915
Glide automobile, manufactured in 1909
Rear Admiral Thomas Stowell Phelps
Etching depicting the trial of King Charles I
Ambassador William Walter Phelps
Reverend Thomas John Claggett, first Episcopal Bishop to be consecrated on American soil
Henry Reed Styles signature
Mary Phelps Jacob bra patent design
Hungarian Prime Minister Pal Teleki, later Chief Scout of the Hungarian Boy Scouts
Thomas Fitch, attorney to Brigham Young and Morgan, Virgil, and Wyatt Earp
Wyatt Earp in 1873
Mattie Blaylock, Wyatt Earp's second wife, suicide
Edwin Tewksbury, defended by Thomas Fitch
John Clum, Tombstone Mayor and Earp supporter
William Breakenridge, Deputy Town Marshal, Tombstone, Arizona
Charles A. Shibell, Pima County Sheriff
Dan Tipton, Earp posse member
Virgil Earp, Tombstone Sheriff and Deputy U.S. Marshal
Johnny Behan, Cochise County Sheriff
Pauline Markham, burlesque star
Avery Company catalog illustration of a 65hp single cylinder straight flue steam engine
Avery Company catalog cover from 1919
Patch of the 551st Parachute Infantry Regiment
551st Parachute Infantry Regiment on ski patrol in the Italian Alps during WWII
551st Parachute Infantry Regiment moving up during the Battle of the Bulge
551st Parachute Infantry Regiment CO Col. Wood Joerg
Vitez Kisbarnaki Ferenc Farkas
32nd Inf. Brig. crossing the Buna River in New Guinea during 1942
Map of the Japanese advance across the Kokoda Trail in New Guinea during 1942
Shoulder patch of the 32nd Inf Brig in 1942
Major General Edwin F. Harding, Commanding officer of the 32nd Division during World War II
Major General William D. Haan, Commanding officer of the 32nd Division during World War I
Map of 32nd Division operations during World War I
An example of the deep, fortified trenches facing the 32nd Division during World War I along the Kriemhilde Stellung, part of the Hindenburg Line in the Meuse-Argonne sector.
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1919 Lincoln Highway Convoy Medal presented to those who completed the 191 cross-country trip on the Lincoln Highway.
Military convoy as it appeared in western Nebraska during 1919 trek across the U. S. (from east to west) on the Lincoln Highway.
Dwight Eisenhower, far right, with three unidentified friends, in 1919 four years after graduating from West Point.
Map of the northern shoulder of the Battle of the Bulge
Lieutenant Colonel McClernand Butler, commanding officer of the 3rd Bn, 395th Inf. Reg., 99th Inf. Div. WWII, during the Battle of the Bulge.
20 year old First Lt. Lyle J. Bouck, Jr., platoon leader of the 394th Infantry Division’s Intelligence and Reconnaissance unit. The 18-man platoon was instrumental in delaying by nearly an entire day the advance of the entire German 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Parachute Division during the Battle of the Bulge.
Cover to the book Infantry in Battle, the World War II officer's guide to infantry combat operations, edited by General Edwin F. Harding.
4th World Scout Jamboree map from 1933