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    • World War I soldiers

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    • A photograph of World War I soldiers. Back row (left to right): Henry Pieper & Frank Theising. Front row: Adam Schiller & Janet Nonte. Keywords: men, soldiers, American flags, uniforms, military.
    • WO Ray J. Hanon

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; soldiers; officers; military uniforms; offices; desks; military...
    • Warrant Officer Ray J. Hanon sitting on a desk, presumably his own, at Camp Atterbury, Indiana during World War II (No. 138 C).
    • William M. Chaney Oral History Transcript

    • Oral history; Oral histories; Interviews; Interviewing; Indiana--History; Ku Klux Klan (1915- ); World War, 1914-1918; Childhood; Family life; Racism; Fanaticism; Secret societies;
    • Transcript of an oral history interview with William M. Chaney conducted by Randall W. Jehs of the Indiana State Library in June 1971 . Chaney talks briefly about his family, childhood in Kentucky, and military service during World War II. For most...
    • William Looker Gibbs with Drums and Fifes

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Military life; soldiers; military personnel; men; portraits; musicians; musical instruments; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 36th...
    • A cabinet card photograph of five drummers and two fifers, including William Looker Gibbs, of the 36th Indiana Regiment during the U.S. Civil War. Gibbs is the fifer on right. According to a handwritten notation on the back, his company (Company I)...
    • William L. Carter Portrait

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Military life; soldiers; military personnel; men; portraits; officers; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 38th (1861-1865); card photographs;...
    • Carte-de-visite portrait of William L. Carter, who served with the 38th Indiana Regiment, beginning at the rank of captain and rising to that of lieutenant colonel during the U.S. Civil War.
    • William  Hayhurst Portrait

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Military life; soldiers; military personnel; men; portraits; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 24th (1861-1865); card photographs;...
    • Carte-de-visite portrait of William Hayhurst, a member of Company F, 24th Indiana Regiment during the Civil War.
    • William B. Green Portrait

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Military life; soldiers; military personnel; men; Evansville (Ind.); group portraits; veterans; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 24th...
    • Carte-de-visite portrati of William B. Greene, a member of Company F, 24th Indiana Regiment during the Civil War.
    • Weapons of 608th Tank Destroyer Battalion

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; soldiers; military personnel; officers; military uniforms; men; weapons; antitank guns;...
    • Three soldiers explain the weapons--and their cost--of the 608th Tank Destroyer Battalion to two civilians at a war bond rally in Franklin, Indiana (No. 168 E). The soldiers, stationed at nearby Camp Atterbury, Indiana, (left to right) are T/4...
    • WACs Relaxing After a Day's Work

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); Photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; United States. Army. Women's Army Auxiliary Corps; United States. Army. Women's Army Corps;...
    • Eight servicewomen of the Medical Section, 3561st Service Unit, Women's Army Corps (formerly Women's Army Auxiliary Corps) playing outside with one of the small dog mascots, possibly "Corporal Khaki", kept by the WACs at Camp Atterbury, Indiana....
    • WACs Leaving for Officer Candidate's School

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; soldiers; women; officers; military uniforms; United States. Army....
    • Three Women's Army Corps (WAC) servicewomen leaving Camp Atterbury, Indiana for Officer Candidate's School (OCS) at Ft. Des Moines, Iowa, driving in a convertible car (No. 136 H). 2nd Lieutenant Mary L. Porter, commanding officer of the WAC 3561st...
    • WACs Celebrating Swearing-In

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; military parades and ceremonies; women; United States. Army. Women's...
    • New members of the Women's Army Corps throw their hats into the air to celebrate after their formal oath-taking ceremony at Camp Atterbury, Indiana during World War II (No. 166 A). As prior members of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, these women...
    • WAACs Marching at Review

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; soldiers; officers; military uniforms; military parades and ceremonies;...
    • Headquarters section of the 3561st Service Unit, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps unit marching past review officers at military review at Camp Atterbury, Indiana during World War II (No. 140 L).
    • Powder Horn 1943 - Indiana Ordnance Works Newsletter, Charlestown, Indiana

    • Powder Horn (Indiana Ordnance Works employee newsletter); Employees' magazines, newsletters.; E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company.; Indiana Ordnance Works (U.S.); Hoosier Ordnance Plant; Indiana Arsenal; Indiana Army Ammunition Plant; Clark County...
    • The Powder Horn is a newsletter that was published semi-monthly by and for the employees of the Indiana Ordnance Works in Charlestown, Indiana. The first one was published 22 August 1941. It was preceded by a newsletter called The Action. The aim...
    • Vol 22 No 08 1919, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Descriptive Statistics; Age-Specific Death Rate; Cause-Specific Death Rate; Infant Mortality Rate; Homicide; Suicide; Food Inspection; Food Analysis; Infectious Disease; Birth Certificates; Death Certificate; Rabies Vaccine;...
    • Births for September p. 85 / Abstract of Mortality Statistics for September p. 85 / Summary of Morbidity and Mortality for September p. 85 / Health Officers Attention p. 86 / Delayed Birth and Death Reports p. 86 / Report of Bacteriological...

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