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Jackson, Michigan. Soldier who was granted a furlough to help with the harvesting on this farm, and farmer watching the threshing

Jackson, Michigan. Soldier, who was granted a furlough to help with the harvesting on this farm, watching threshing

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair and his girlfriend having dinner with his family while he is at home on a weekend furlough

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair taking his girlfriend dancing at the United Service Organization (USO) during a weekend furlough

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair taking his girlfriend to the movies while he is at home on a weekend furlough

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair taking his girlfriend dancing at the United Service Organization (USO) during a weekend furlough

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair takes his girl to have some refreshments after dancing at the United Service Organization (USO) dance while he is at home on a weekend furlough

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair and his girl sitting out a number at a United Service Organization USO) dance while he is at home on a weekend furlough

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair has a reunion with his family on a weekend furlough

Southington, Connecticut. The family of Ralph Hurlbut. A Sunday dinner honoring Corporal Robert Hurlbut, twenty-one, home on his first furlough from the army. All of the Hurlbuts are on hand for the occasion, including the married and grandchildren. Corporal Robert is not the only Hurlbut serving his country. The elder Hurlbut works in a defense plant and Mrs. Hurlbut and all of the children old enough are enrolled in various American voluntary services

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair while on a visit home finds that his younger brother is at home also on a furlough from the army

Mrs. Charles R. Moeser, Furlough Farm, residence in Bedford Hills, New York. Living room, to fireplace

Mrs. Charles R. Moeser, Furlough Farm, residence in Bedford Hills, New York. Dining room

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair taking his girl dancing at the United Service Organization (USO) while he is at home on a weekend furlough

Bowdle, South Dakota. Soldier home on furlough, talking with friend in front of pool hall

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair while on a visit home finds that his younger brother is at home also on a furlough from the Army

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair while on a visit home finds that his younger brother is at home also, on a furlough from the army

A poster comes to life. Picture of a soldier learning something about his gun. Sergeant French L. Vineyard, on furlough to meet his comrades of the "Men Working Together" poster, watches the heat treatment of steel tubing at an Allegheny-Ludlum mill. He's always though that gun of his "just growed--like Topsy." Now his hat is off to the skilled workers and intricate machines whose roles in the winning of this war are as vital as his own. Allegheny-Steel, Pittsburgh

Mrs. Charles R. Moeser, Furlough Farm, residence in Bedford Hills, New York. Entrance facade

I'll carry mine. As patriotic on leave as he is on shipboard, this sailor on furlough keeps America's wartime pledge to save tires and gasoline by carrying the family purchases. Note that the young man's wife carries only her own handbag: husbands please observe

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair taking his girl dancing at the United Service Organization (USO) while he is at home on a weekend furlough

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair and his girlfriend having dinner with his family while he is at home on a weekend furlough

Bowdle, South Dakota. Soldier on furlough with friends in front of pool hall

Mrs. Charles R. Moeser, Furlough Farm, residence in Bedford Hills, New York. Hall

Mrs. Charles R. Moeser, Furlough Farm, residence in Bedford Hills, New York. Living room, to bay window

Washington, D.C. Sergeant George Camblair taking his girlfriend to the movies while he is at home on a weekend furlough

Mrs. Charles R. Moeser, Furlough Farm, residence in Bedford Hills, New York. Rear facade I

Mrs. Charles R. Moeser, Furlough Farm, residence in Bedford Hills, New York. Library

Mrs. Charles R. Moeser, Furlough Farm, residence in Bedford Hills, New York. Barn and stables

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, at lunch with the family

A Greyhound bus trip from Louisville, Kentucky, to Memphis, Tennessee, and the terminals. Soldier on furlough going home. Enroute Louisville to Nashville

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, talking with Mr. Stiles and sixteen-year-old Charles Stiles

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, posing with sixteen-year old Charles Stiles and a reluctant cow

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, getting a little exercise before lunch

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, talking with Mr. Stiles

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, talking with Mr. Stiles and sixteen-year-old Charles Stiles

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, at lunch with the family

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom in the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

San Augustine, Texas. Two soldiers home on furlough talking in front of the courthouse

San Augustine, Texas. Soldier home on furlough talking with friends on the main street

Chicago, Illinois. Private D.N. Danielson, stationed in North Carolina, and Mrs. Danielson, from Minnesota, in the waiting room of the Greyhound bus terminal. They met in Chicago to save time for his furlough

Buffalo, New York. Frank and Laura Czaya praying in church one week after Easter. They were married six months before Frank was drafted. He is now a corporal, stationed in Arkansas and is home on a ten day furlough. Laura works in the Symington-Gould plant; lives in an apartment with her family in Depew. The Czayas are of Polish descent

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, with Mr. Stiles

Chicago, Illinois. Soldier in the Union Station going back to camp after a weekend furlough in Chicago

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, talking with Mr. Stiles and his nineteen-year-old son Robert

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, talking with Mr. Stiles

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, giving Robert Stiles a hand with his milking

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, getting a little exercise before lunch

San Augustine, Texas. A.J. Wood, owner of the clothing store, shaking hands with a soldier home on furlough

San Augustine, Texas. Two soldiers home on furlough talking in front of the courthouse

Buffalo, New York. Frank and Laura Czaya praying in church one week after Easter. They were married six months before Frank was drafted. He is now a corporal, stationed in Arkansas and is home on a ten day furlough. Laura works in the Symington-Gould plant; lives in an apartment with her family in Depew. The Czayas are of Polish descent

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, with Mr. Stiles

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, talking with Mr. Stiles

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the living room of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia with farmer Stiles who is questioning him about his medals

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, getting a little exercise before lunch

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, at lunch with the family

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, talking with Mr. Stiles and his nineteen-year-old son Robert

Chicago, Illinois. Parents and friends seeing soldiers off at Union Station on Sunday night, on their way back to camp after a weekend furlough

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, being greeted by Mr. N.C. Stiles and his nineteen-year-old son Robert

A Greyhound bus trip from Louisville, Kentucky, to Memphis, Tennessee, and the terminals. Soldier on furlough enroute from Memphis to Chattanooga

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the living room of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Penasco, New Mexico. Servicemen home on furlough at a dance

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, being greeted by Mr. N.C. Stiles and his nineteen-year-old son Robert

A Greyhound bus trip from Louisville, Kentucky, to Memphis, Tennessee, and the terminals. Private Gayle Boshart returning to Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia after having been home to Stantonville, Tennessee on furlough. Greyhound enroute Memphis to Chattanooga

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, talking with Mr. Stiles

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, getting a little exercise before lunch

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, watching Robert Stiles feed the dairy herd

Chicago, Illinois. Private D.N. Danielson, stationed in North Carolina, and Mrs. Danielson, from Minnesota, in the waiting room of the Greyhound bus terminal. They met in Chicago to save time for his furlough

Rockville (vicinity), Maryland. Private Harvey Horton, visiting the N.C. Stiles dairy farm while on furlough from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, giving Robert Stiles a hand with his milking

San Augustine, Texas. Soldier home on furlough talking with friends on the main street

Robert Hamilton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, December 15, 1864 (Telegram requesting furlough)

Robert Hamilton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, December 15, 1864 (Telegram requesting furlough)

Joseph S. Avery to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, September 28, 1864 (Recommends furlough for soldiers to allow them to vote)

Joseph S. Avery to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, September 28, 1864 (Recommends furlough for soldiers to allow them to vote)

William H. Harriman to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 03, 1865 (Requests furlough)

William H. Harriman to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 03, 1865 (Requests furlough)

Elihu B. Washburne to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, November 03, 1864 (Telegram requesting furlough for Illinois soldiers at Camp Butler)

Elihu B. Washburne to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, November 03, 1864 (Telegram requesting furlough for Illinois soldiers at Camp Butler)

A bill for the relief of sick and infirm militia soldiers, discharged or on furlough, on their return to their respective places of residence. [Richmond, 1814].

A bill for the relief of sick and infirm militia soldiers, discharged or on furlough, on their return to their respective places of residence. [Richmond, 1814].

Charles W. Denison to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 09, 1863 (Telegram requesting furlough so that he can travel to England)

Charles W. Denison to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 09, 1863 (Telegram requesting furlough so that he can travel to England)

Charlotte A. Bentley to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 20, 1862 (Requests furlough for her brother)

Charlotte A. Bentley to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 20, 1862 (Requests furlough for her brother)

Charlotte A. Bentley to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 20, 1862 (Requests furlough for her brother)

George B. Jonas to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, August 31, 1864 (Request for furlough)

George B. Jonas to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, August 31, 1864 (Request for furlough)

George B. Jonas to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, August 31, 1864 (Request for furlough)

George B. Jonas to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, August 31, 1864 (Request for furlough)

The Soldiers furlough

The Soldiers furlough

The Soldiers furlough

The Soldiers furlough

The Soldiers furlough

Archibald Job Sr. to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 13, 1864 (Requests furlough for his son)

Archibald Job Sr. to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 13, 1864 (Requests furlough for his son)

Archibald Job Sr. to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 13, 1864 (Requests furlough for his son)

A subaltern's furlough; descriptive of scenes in various parts of the United States, upper and lower Canada, New-Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, during the summer and autumn of 1832.