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.00001 the value of a unit with four cyphers going before it

[Union artillery unit with horses and cannons]

[Union artillery unit posing with horses and cannons]

Isaac N. Arnold to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 13, 1861 (Telegram stating that a military unit is ready to assist the Union)

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and Richmond Howitzers artillery unit hat]

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Unidentified artillery unit]

[The steam fire engine belonging to the Fire Brigade unit from the Imperial Military classes, stationed at the Imperial Yıldız Sarayı (palace)]

[The ready and alert position of the tool wagon of a Fire Brigade unit stationed at the Imperial Yıldız Sarayı (palace)]

"A unit" / F. Opper.

[Military unit posed around table]

1st Unit -- Army School of Nursing

W.C.G.S. Unit #8 -- roof garden club, 33 Central Park West

Jap[anese] Red Cross unit for China

Police reserve -- theatrical unit

PARADE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVE. SOUTH DAKOTA UNIT

PARADE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVE. INDIANA UNIT

PARADE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVE. OREGON UNIT

PARADE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVE. MINNESOTA UNIT

Pulp drying plant, first unit Oxnard, [California], factory

PARADE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVE. WEST VIRGINIA G.A.R. UNIT

Red Cross unit from University of Texas

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. PARADE AT 1915 ENCAMPMENT. CIVIL WAR. NAVAL UNIT

Signal Corps mess unit

PREPAREDNESS PARADE. GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY UNIT

PREPAREDNESS PARADE: COLONIAL UNIT PASSING REVIEWING STAND

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK

[US Army Eng. Col. and French Officers at pontoon bridge built by US Army Engineering unit at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

[US Army Engineering unit building a pontoon bridge at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. UNIT IN DRAFT PARADE OF D.C. 2 CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS IN FOREGROUND

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK

[French Officers with group. US Army Engineering unit building a pontoon bridge at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

[US Army Engineering unit building a pontoon bridge at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK. DANIELS AND GEN. BARNETT

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK. DANIELS AND GEN. BARNETT

[Pontoon bridge built by US Army Engineering unit at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

[US Army Eng. Colonel and French Officers. US Army Engineering unit building a pontoon bridge at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

[US Army Engineering unit building a pontoon bridge at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK

INAUGURAL PARADES. MILITARY UNIT IN PARADE

[French Officers and US Army Eng. Col. at pontoon bridge built by US Army Engineering unit at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

[Pontoon bridge built by US Army Engineering unit at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

[Pontoon bridge built by US Army Engineering unit at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

INAUGURAL PARADES. MILITARY UNIT IN PARADE

[US Army Engineering unit building a pontoon bridge at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY TRAINING CAMP. UNIT FROM TRAINING CAMP MARCHING THROUGH CITY

[French Officers with group. US Army Engineering unit building a pontoon bridge at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

[French Officers with US Army Eng. Col. US Army Engineering unit bulding a pontoon bridge at Washington Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY TRAINING CAMP. UNIT FROM TRAINING CAMP MARCHING THROUGH CITY

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. MACHINE GUN UNIT DEMONSTRATION AT BALL PARK

These willing "pack horses" are unloading a camion of finished parts for the new hospital unit at Auteuil. The pack contains the canvas cover for one of the units

Flying Unit, U.S. Hospital Corp, waiting for orders to unload camion of finished parts for American Red Cross Hospital unit, Auteuil race-track, for American soldiers

ARMY, U.S. COLONIAL RIFLES; UNIT

The Smith Unit, of the American Red Cross, came to France in July 1917, as a self-supporting unit. At Grecourt (Somme) they used a Chateau as Headquarters. The picture shows the Gate Lodge and Farm barn. This is part of the ground around the house

Two men were killed and one injured when this building, the headquarters of the Friends' Am. Unit at ... was "done in" by German bombs. A representative of the A.R.C. floor of this house he came down on top of the debris, and was not injured. The Friends' Am. Unit to which the R.C. gives regular financial aid, has worked with the R.C. in its work of reliving the suffering among refugees driven out of the shelled portion of Belgium. The work of the Friends' Am. Unit did not stop a minute because of the bombing of its headquarters. It moved into a house next door to the one that had been hit by shells from the land, shells from the sea, and bombs from the sky, and was, still is, as active as ever in affording relief to the stricken people

These willing "pack horses" are unloading a camion of finished parts for the new hospital unit at Auteuil. The pack contains the canvas cover for one of the units

The arrival of a camion load of finished parts for a new tent unit of the ARC hospital for American soldiers at Auteuil. In finishing the work members of a "Flying Unit" U.S. Hospital Corps, added their efforts to hurry up the work under the direction of ARC officers

The arrival of a camion load of finished parts for a new tent unit of the ARC hospital for American soldiers at Auteuil. In finishing the work members of a "Flying Unit" U.S. Hospital Corps, added their efforts to hurry up the work under the direction of ARC officers

Army surgeons who command the "Kentucky Unit", now on duty at Sarisbury Hospital, the largest ARC hospital in Great Britain. The unit was mobilized at Camp Zachary Taylor near Louisville about April 1. Left to right, the officers are; Major D. Barrow, Major S. Hanes, Lt-Col. L.S. Hughes, Major J.T. McClymonds, Major W.O. Bullock

Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt as a Red Cross postman, gathering letters from soldiers on a troop train en route to camp. She is wearing the uniform of the Red Cross refreshment unit. Behind her is another member of the unit ready to serve hot coffee to the troopers. These services are being rendered by the Red Cross to soldiers in many cities. Over 1,000 chapters have been active refreshment units

[U.S. Army Infantry troops, African American unit, marching northwest of Verdun, France, in World War I]

The American Red Cross Barracks at Nesle (Somme) which was used by the Smith Unit in January 1919. This unit is a self supporting one which operates in France under the direction of the Red Cross. They have an enviable record for hard work, and the French Government has asked them to continue the work in the devastated districts

The Smith Unit, of the American Red Cross, at Hombleux, France, New Years Day, 1919. This is a self supporting unit which has been working in the devastated districts among the refugees, and lately among repatries

BELGIAN OFFICIALS. UNIT IN 4TH OF JULY PARADE

Left to right: Doctors Marjorie Burnham, Katherine C. Cook, Sara Foulks, Alberta Greene, Marion Stevens (dentist), Lulu Hunt Peters, Harriet M. Gervais, Mary H. Elliott, Marie Hyndman (dentist). Nell Bartram, Dora E. Bowman (Chief of the Unit) This Unit is going to Serbia to assist the Red Cross there, in combatting sickness and disease that is ravishing the land

Nurses of the Johns Hopkins Base Hospital Unit, which is now on its way to the fighting front in Europe, photographed just before sailing. The unit is one of the largest which the United States has sent abroad

The Smith Unit of the A.R.C. at Hombleaux (Somme) This unit has done wonderful work all during the war. They came over in July 1917, entirely self-supporting, and have been mentioned many times by the French in official reports. They are shown here distributing gifts to repatries. New Years Day, 1919

Nurses of the Johns Hopkins Base Hospital Unit, which is now on its way to the fighting front in Europe, photographed just before sailing. The unit is one of the largest which the United States has sent abroad

Application and distribution staff at main Office of American Red Cross Unit, Tomsk, Western Siberia. Miss Margaret Matthew, head of the Unit, is in the rear line, second from the right

The Smith Unit, of the American Red Cross, visited this aged repatrie in her little home at Buvercly (Somme) on New Years Day 1919. This unit has done excellent work among the refugees and they are now helping them back to their homes, or to what is left of them

U.S. Naval Training Station, Hampton Roads, Va.: Bungalows - Unit B

BELGIAN OFFICIALS. UNIT IN 4TH OF JULY PARADE

The Smith Unit, of the American Red Cross, at Hombleux, France. This Unit has rendered distinguished service to France in the devastated regions. On New Years Day, 1919, they visited this little family and gave them presents, not forgetting the baby of the house who is seen clasping a doll in her little hand

Am. Red Cross, R.I. Ave. unit

Red Cross unit, 16 Jackson Place, [Washington, D.C.]

Red Cross Church of Covenant unit

Am. Red Cross, Grant Circle unit, [Washington, D.C.]

Am. Red Cross, Chevy Chase unit

Red Cross Church of Covenant unit

Surgeon General Ireland inspecting recruiting unit

Am. Red Cross, Grant Circle unit

Mrs. Walter J. McCoy, Pres. of the McCoy Unit, Amer. Women's Legion and Col. Dunlop P. Penhallow, Commanding Officer of Mt. Alton Hospital, at the 4th Annual garden party tendered the wounded veterans by the Unit

Looking at some of the flower baskets, trays, and lamps made by wounded soldiers at Mr. Alton Hospital, Wash., during the 4th Annual garden party tendered the disabled veterans by the Geo. Baldwin McCoy Unit of the Amer. Women's Legion. Left to rt.: Mrs. Robt. Coe, Mrs. Frank T. Hines, Gen. Hines, Director of the Veteran's Bur. and Mrs. W.J. McCoy

Mrs. Walter J. McCoy, Pres. of the McCoy Unit, Amer. Women's Legion and Col. Dunlop P. Penhallow, Commanding Officer of Mt. Alton Hospital, at the 4th Annual garden party tendered the wounded veterans by the Unit

Secretary of War inspects latest mobile anti-aircraft unit of U.S. Army. When Uncle Sam's latest mobile anti-aircraft unit was exhibited beside the White House on Avenue today, Secretary of War James W. Good was the first to inspect it

Secretary of War inspects latest mobile anti-aircraft unit of U.S. Army. When Uncle Sam's latest mobile anti-aircraft unit was exhibited beside the White House on Avenue today, Secretary of War James W. Good was the first to inspect it

Potomac Electric Power Co. substations. No. 6 unit in substation no. 2

Municipal Center. South entrance of unit no. 1 of Municipal Center from Pennsylvania Ave.

Schreier & Patterson, architects. View of U.S. Chamber of Commerce showing location for air conditioning unit I

Potomac Electric Power Co. Alexandria plant. No. 1 unit worn parts II

Schreier & Patterson, architects. View of U.S. Chamber of Commerce showing location for air conditioning unit III

To all Central High School cadets ... Join the young pioneers of America! Fight against child labor! Smash the boy scouth organization! ... Defend the Soviet Union, the only workers' Fatherland! Young pioneers of America Local unit. [Washington,

Potomac Electric Power Co. Alexandria plant. No. 1 unit worn parts I

[McCoy Unit, Women's Legion gives party at Mt. Alto Hospital]

McCoy Unit, Women's Legion gives party at Mt. Alto Hospital

Potomac Electric Power Co. substations. No. 6 unit in substation no. 2, wide angle

Potomac Electric Power Co. Alexandria plant. No. 1 unit worn parts III

Capitol Radio Engineering Institute. Members of 2502d Service Unit, U.S. Army at entrance of Capitol Radio Engineering Institute

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