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John Andre esqr., late Adjutant General of the British forces in America

Major John Andre, late Adjutant General of the British army in North America / Dodd delin. ; Cook sculp.

General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, June 13th, 1797. [Signed] William Donnison, Adjutant general. [Boston: Printed by Young and Minns, 1797.].

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, March 12th, 1806. By order of the Commander in Chief William Donnison, Adjutant General. [Boston 1806].

State of Connecticut. December 26, 1815. General Orders [regarding the most advisable mode of forming the divisions and brigades of infantry] ... By order of the Captain General Eben Huntington, Adjutant General.

Headquaters, New-Hampshire militia. Adjutant-general's office Concord, 182- The Governor and commander-in-chief has accepted the resignation of Captain of the company .... By His Excellency's command, [Signed in mss. Joseph Low] Adjutant & inspe

Headquarters of the Marine corps. Adjutant and Inspector's office. Washington, Orders. [16 orders] A. Henderson, Colonel commandant marine corps. [1840].

E.D. Townsend, Adjutant Generals Dept

E.D. Townsend, Adjutant Generals Dept

[Possibly Adjutant Carl (Charles) Schmitt, Union officer, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / photographed by Godshaw & Mathis, Owensboro, Ky.

Notice! His Excellency Erastus Fairbanks, Governor and commander-in-chief having made the request through the Adjutant General of the state, Company D. 1st regiment. V. V. M., Captain W. Y. W. Ripley will cause a national salute to be fired and

Lieut. F. H. Rogers, Adjutant 1st Battalion, 1st Michigan Cavalry / Brady's National Photographic Galleries, Broadway & Tenth Street, New York & No. 352 Pennsylvania Av., Washington, D.C.

State of Rhode Island, &c. Adjutant General's office. Providence, April 7, 1862. General orders No. 23.

Adjutant Generals office head quarters, Army of the Potomac

Wisconsin Adjutant General, Monday, May 02, 1864 (Printed general orders)

War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Saturday, October 15, 1864 (List of Maryland regiments)

General Orders, No. 67, War Department, adjutant General's Office, Washington, April 16, 1865. Andrew Johnson assumes duties as president as result of Lincoln's death.

Nelson A. Henry, Adjutant Gen. in uniform

[A general and adjutant, shores of Antibes]

Prince Tsia-Hsun with Secret Service Adjutant Verbeck and others

STATE MILITIA ADJUTANT GENERALS

[Orozco and his staff in the camp, including General Pascual Orozco, Alfred Franhe (?) captain, (the only German in the insurgent army), and Estreadio R. Barquez, adjutant of General Orozco]

Second insurgent chief Palamino and his adjutant in Orozco's camp Mexican War

Brigade of infantry, Texas City, Texas; Brig. Gen. Hunter Liggett, commanding; Major L.L. Durfee, adjutant.

Artillery Hill, Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga.; Commanding General, Kernan; Adjutant General, A. P. Gardner

"Busy Day", Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga., 124th Inf., 2nd Fla.; Commanding General Kernan; Adjutant General A. P. Gardner

119th Infantry, Col. F. LeJ. Parker, commanding, Capt. John H. Manning, adjutant, Camp Sevier, S.C., March 8th, 1918

Maj. Gen. Robert C. Davis, Adjutant Gen. of the Army, looking at his finger prints the first to be taken under a recent War Dept. order

Gen. Pershing awarding the Distinguished Service Medal to Maj. Michael J. O'Brien of Adjutant Gen.'s office for "exceptionally metitorious and distinguished service as officer in charge of Officer's division. A.G.D., G.H.Q., A.E.F." July 27, 1922

New Chief of the United States Cavalry sworn in. Major General Guy V. Henry, the new Chief of the United States Cavalry, left, being sworn in today on the grounds at Fort Meyer, VA., by Major S.V. Constant, Adjutant of Fort Meyer. Gen. Henry succeeds Gen. Herbert B.Crosby who will take up his duties as District Commissioner, having been appointed by President Hoover

Congressional Leaders sign resolution to set aside April 6 as National Army Day. Washington, D.C., March 19. Vice President Garner and Speaker of the House William Bankhead signing a resolution today to make April 6 every year Army Day and thereby make it a national holiday. Seated can be seen Speaker Bankhead and Vice President Garner while standing, left to right, are: Edward Bettleheim, Adjutant General of the Military Order of the World War; Rep. Lister Hilu, Chairman of the House Military Affairs Committee; and Senator Morris Sheppard, Chairman of the Senate Military Affairs Committee, 3/19/1937

Executive mansion. Washington, Nov. 21, 1864. To Mrs. Bixby, Boston, Mass. Dear Madam: I have been shown in the files of the War Department a statement of the Adjutant General of Massachusetts that you are the mother of five sons who have di

Meeting closes with adjutant Nock selling Easter edition of the "War Cry." Salvation army, San Francisco, California

Adjutant and his wife sing. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Adjutant and his wife sing. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Pershing long-time aide promoted to rank of Colonel. Washington, D.C., March 30. Capt. George E. Adamson, left, Quartermaster Corps, U.S. Army, whose nomination as Military Secretary to the General of the Armies with the rank of Colonel was confirmed by the Senate today, is pictured taking the oath as administered by Maj. Gen. Emory C. Adams, Adjutant General. Col. Adamson has been Military Secretary to General Pershing for approximately 23 years, including the periods of the punitive expedition into Mexico, the World War, and the period subsequent to the World War. 3-30-39

Washington, D.C. First aid class held daily by the Red Cross aboard a Potomac riverboat which carries workers to Port Washington every morning. They are civilian employees of the U.S. Army adjutant general's office

Japanese-American volunteers. First of the territory's quota of 1,725 AJA (Americans of Japanese ancestry) volunteers to be inducted into the U.S. Army Combat Regiment now being formed, 18-year-old Mitsura Doi of Kauai, Hawaii, garage worker, receives congratulations from Major Charles V. McManus, adjutant of the Kauai Service Command who administered the oath of induction at 2:40 PM, Thursday, March 11. Doi was born at Koloa and volunteered with the blessing of his parents. "I'm just waiting to begin training and get into action," he said as he shook hands with Major McManus

Japanese-American volunteers. First of the territory's quota of 1,725 AJA (Americans of Japanese ancestry) volunteers to be inducted into the U.S. Army Combat Regiment now being formed, 18-year-old Mitsura Doi of Kauai, Hawaii, garage worker, receives congratulations from Major Charles V. McManus, adjutant of the Kauai Service Command who administered the oath of induction at 2:40 PM, Thursday, March 11. Doi was born at Koloa and volunteered with the blessing of his parents. "I'm just waiting to begin training and get into action," he said as he shook hands with Major McManus

Japanese-American volunteers. Colonel James J. Doyle, second from right, commanding officer of Kauai, Hawaii Service Command looks on as the oath of induction is administered to the four young AJA [Americans of Japanese ancestry] volunteers of Kauai who went through the solemn pledge of allegiance immediately after Mitsuru Doi took his oath Thursday as the first man in the territory to be inducted. The oath is being administered by Major Charles V. McManus (extreme right), adjutant of the Service Command. The inductees are, from left to right: Goro Sadaoka, eighteen, of Lihue, who has two brothers on Oahu, both volunteers; Lenneth T. Tada, twenty-five, alumnus of the University of Hawaii, salesman for the Kauai Sales Company; Shigeo Suemori, twenty-one, of Lihue, whose brother Tadao was rejected after his physical examination, and Noboru Okamoto, eighteen, Lihue Plantation employee, who was born in Lihue and made a name for himself as pitcher for the Lihue baseball team

Japanese-American volunteers. First volunteer in the Territory of Hawaii to take the oath of induction into the U.S. Army Combat Regiment being organized for Americans of Japanese ancestry, Mitsuru Doi, eighteen, of Lihue, Kauai, pledges allegiance to the United States as Major Charles V. McManus, adjutant of the Kauai Service Command administers the oath. Doi was born at Loloa, but lived in Lihue and worked as station attendant at the Kapaia Garage. He applied for voluntary induction on January 30, two days after Washington announced formation of the combat unit. "I'm going to be a darn good soldier," Doi said after taking the oath. "I'm just waiting to begin training and get into action."

Archbishop Spellman of New York dining at a fighter base of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force somewhere in Tunisia. Left to right: Colonel C. M. Seabach, Adjutant General, U.S. Army 9th Air Force; Major G. T. Mullins; Colonel E. E. Bates; Brigadier General Auby C. Strickland; Archbishop Spellman; Captain J. E. McGarrity, Catholic chaplain

Japanese-American volunteers. First of the territory's quota of 1,725 AJA (Americans of Japanese ancestry) volunteers to be inducted into the U.S. Army Combat Regiment now being formed, 18-year-old Mitsura Doi of Kauai, Hawaii, garage worker, receives congratulations from Major Charles V. McManus, adjutant of the Kauai Service Command who administered the oath of induction at 2:40 PM, Thursday, March 11. Doi was born at Koloa and volunteered with the blessing of his parents. "I'm just waiting to begin training and get into action," he said as he shook hands with Major McManus

Japanese-American volunteers. The remaining fifty-three volunteers of board no. 2, Lihue, Kauai, who passed their physical to complete their board's quota of fifty-eight inductees take the oath of induction into the AJA [Americans of Japanese ancestry] combat regiment. The oath is administered by Major Charles V. McManus, adjutant of the Kauai Service Command

Clerks in Office of Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters of Army of Potomac, Falmouth, Virginia

Tribute paid to George Washington on 150th Anniversary of signing of Constitution. Washington, D.C., Sept. 17. While the rest of the country were conducting appropriate ceremonies in commemoration of 150th anniversary of the Constitution a delegation led by Rep. Sol Bloom, Director of the U.S. Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission, journeyed to Mt. Vernon where they paid tribute to the father of our country. This picture, snapped as the wreath was placed on the tomb, shows left to right: Rt. Rev. James E. Freeman, Bishop of Washington, who delivered the invocation; Rep. Bloom; Gen. S. Gardner Waller, Virginia Adjutant General who represented the Governor of the state: and Col. Joseph Button, representing the Virginia Society of the Sons of the Revolution. 9/17/37

Bay State Governor and aides. Washington, D.C. Jan. 19. Governor Charles F. Hurley, (center) of Massachusettes, with his aides, Gen. Charles Cole, (left) Massachusetts Adjutant General, and John L. Delaney, as they attended the housing luncheon for state Governors today at the Mayflower Hotel

Fort Duncan, Adjutant's Office, Eagle Pass, Maverick County, TX

New U.S. Adjutant General. Washington, D.C., May 2. Major General Emory S. Adams was today sworn in as Adjutant General, Army to succeed Maj. Gen. Edgar T. Conley pictured at his desk on the first day in new post, 5/2/38

New Adjutant Inspector for Devil Dogs. Washington D.C. Col. Clayton B. Yogel has been appointed Adjutant Inspector of the United States Marines. He succeeds Brig. Gen. David O. Porter and will assume the new post on March 1

Adjutant General's Office, Monday, August 05, 1861 (Muster Roll and Statement)

Adjutant General's Office, Monday, August 05, 1861 (Muster Roll and Statement)

Adjutant General's Office, Monday, August 05, 1861 (Muster Roll and Statement)

Adjutant General's Office, Monday, August 05, 1861 (Muster Roll and Statement)

Adjutant General's Office, Monday, August 05, 1861 (Muster Roll and Statement)

General orders. Headquarters, Boston, March 1, 1794 ... By order of the Commander in Chief. William Donnison, Adjutant General. [Boston: Printed by Adams and Larkin,1794].

General orders. Headquarters, Boston, March 1, 1794 ... By order of the Commander in Chief. William Donnison, Adjutant General. [Boston: Printed by Adams and Larkin,1794].

Adjutant General's Office, October-December 1863 (Printed general orders)

Adjutant General's Office, October-December 1863 (Printed general orders)

Adjutant General's Office, October-December 1863 (Printed general orders)

Adjutant General's Office, October-December 1863 (Printed general orders)

J. B. Clark to West Tennessee Adjutant General, July 25, 1834

J. B. Clark to West Tennessee Adjutant General, July 25, 1834

J. B. Clark to West Tennessee Adjutant General, July 25, 1834

Fort Totten, Adjutant's Office, 12 miles southwest of Devils Lake City off Route 57, Devils Lake, Ramsey County, ND

Fort Totten, Adjutant's Office, 12 miles southwest of Devils Lake City off Route 57, Devils Lake, Ramsey County, ND

Fort Totten, Adjutant's Office, 12 miles southwest of Devils Lake City off Route 57, Devils Lake, Ramsey County, ND

Fort Totten, Adjutant's Office, 12 miles southwest of Devils Lake City off Route 57, Devils Lake, Ramsey County, ND

Fort Totten, Adjutant's Office, 12 miles southwest of Devils Lake City off Route 57, Devils Lake, Ramsey County, ND

Fort Totten, Adjutant's Office, 12 miles southwest of Devils Lake City off Route 57, Devils Lake, Ramsey County, ND

New Orleans Adjutant Generals' Office, January 11, 1815

New Orleans Adjutant Generals' Office, January 11, 1815

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head Quarters Boston, September 6th, 1830. General orders ... By His Excellency's command, William H. Sumner, Adjutant General.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head Quarters Boston, September 6th, 1830. General orders ... By His Excellency's command, William H. Sumner, Adjutant General.

General orders. Headquarters. Hartford Dec. 31, 1812. [regarding alterations in uniforms] ... By order of the Commander in Chief, Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant General State of Connecticut.

General orders. Headquarters. Hartford Dec. 31, 1812. [regarding alterations in uniforms] ... By order of the Commander in Chief, Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant General State of Connecticut.

Carlos A. Waite to Assistant Adjutant General, 8th Army Corps, Wednesday, November 18, 1863 (Sends report concerning disloyal persons in Maryland)

Carlos A. Waite to Assistant Adjutant General, 8th Army Corps, Wednesday, November 18, 1863 (Sends report concerning disloyal persons in Maryland)

Carlos A. Waite to Assistant Adjutant General, 8th Army Corps, Wednesday, November 18, 1863 (Sends report concerning disloyal persons in Maryland)

Carlos A. Waite to Assistant Adjutant General, 8th Army Corps, Wednesday, November 18, 1863 (Sends report concerning disloyal persons in Maryland)

Carlos A. Waite to Assistant Adjutant General, 8th Army Corps, Sunday, November 22, 1863 (Sends report)

Carlos A. Waite to Assistant Adjutant General, 8th Army Corps, Sunday, November 22, 1863 (Sends report)

Adjutant General's Office, Thursday, October 29, 1863 (Special Orders No. 483)

Adjutant General's Office, Thursday, October 29, 1863 (Special Orders No. 483)

[Portrait of Brig. Gen. Edward D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General]

[Portrait of Brig. Gen. Edward D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General]

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston September 6th, 1814 ... By His Excellency's command. J. Brooks. Adjutant General [Boston 1814].

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston September 6th, 1814 ... By His Excellency's command. J. Brooks. Adjutant General [Boston 1814].

Carlos A. Waite to Assistant Adjutant General, 8th Army Corps, Monday, November 23, 1863 (Cover letter)

Carlos A. Waite to Assistant Adjutant General, 8th Army Corps, Monday, November 23, 1863 (Cover letter)

Adjutant and Inspector general's office. Sir Your letter, declining to remain in the army of the peace establishment, has been received. You will report your resignation to your immediate commanding officer, and as soon as you are relieved from

Adjutant and Inspector general's office. Sir Your letter, declining to remain in the army of the peace establishment, has been received. You will report your resignation to your immediate commanding officer, and as soon as you are relieved from

Bladensburgh, 2 August, 1775. Sir. The letters which Mr. Johnson, the adjutant brought, were read at the head of the company on Monday, being put on Tuesday, for every man who would tisk his life, in defence of American liberty to repair to the

Bladensburgh, 2 August, 1775. Sir. The letters which Mr. Johnson, the adjutant brought, were read at the head of the company on Monday, being put on Tuesday, for every man who would tisk his life, in defence of American liberty to repair to the

Bladensburgh, 2 August, 1775. Sir. The letters which Mr. Johnson, the adjutant brought, were read at the head of the company on Monday, being put on Tuesday, for every man who would tisk his life, in defence of American liberty to repair to the

Bladensburgh, 2 August, 1775. Sir. The letters which Mr. Johnson, the adjutant brought, were read at the head of the company on Monday, being put on Tuesday, for every man who would tisk his life, in defence of American liberty to repair to the

[Circular] Adjutant and Inspector general's office. War department, 22nd, July, 1814. All cases in which general officers commanding armies or districts may judge it necessary, or conducive to the public service to order armes accoutrements or o

[Circular] Adjutant and Inspector general's office. War department, 22nd, July, 1814. All cases in which general officers commanding armies or districts may judge it necessary, or conducive to the public service to order armes accoutrements or o

Adjutant General's office, Columbus, 10th April, 1838. To Sir: By a resolution of the last General Assembly, I am directed to contract with Captain S. Cooper of the United States' army, for a late work of which he is the author ... The number of

Adjutant General's office, Columbus, 10th April, 1838. To Sir: By a resolution of the last General Assembly, I am directed to contract with Captain S. Cooper of the United States' army, for a late work of which he is the author ... The number of

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