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Coffins of Spanish-American war dead

Coffins of Spanish-American war dead

Photograph shows view of coffins draped with American flags lined up for burial in Arlington National Cemetery; Washington Monument can be seen in the background. "Maine" dead [Arlington Cemetery Dec. 1899]. Ti... more

Chief McCullah with Gen. Monocal and officers, Spanish-American War, 1898

Chief McCullah with Gen. Monocal and officers, Spanish-American War, 1...

Photograph shows Chief McCullah, dressed in white, Gen. Monocal, standing on far left, and officers. Title from item.

[Theodore Roosevelt posed on horseback, in uniform, between two other men also on horseback, in front of church San Antonio, Texas, during the Spanish-American War]

[Theodore Roosevelt posed on horseback, in uniform, between two other ...

Item in album, page 32, bottom, left. Forms part of: Scrapbooks documenting the families of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and Eleanor Butler Alexander Roosevelt.

Vizcaya, Santiago Harbor, Cuba, July 3, 1898, Spanish-American War

Vizcaya, Santiago Harbor, Cuba, July 3, 1898, Spanish-American War

Photograph shows a heap of human skulls and bones in Cristóbal Colón cemetery, Havana, Cuba. Human skulls and bones taken from Havana harbor after Spanish-American War, 1898. Title from item.

[Park with Spanish-American War monument, Los Angeles, Calif.]

[Park with Spanish-American War monument, Los Angeles, Calif.]

Photograph shoqws Central Park with the Temple Auditorium and the Auditorium Hotel on the right (source: J. Vogel, 2006).

A quaint old Spanish-American street in St. Augustine, Florida

A quaint old Spanish-American street in St. Augustine, Florida

2 men with horses and wagons in foreground.

Destruction of "Maine", Havana harbor, Cuba, Spanish-American War 1898

Destruction of "Maine", Havana harbor, Cuba, Spanish-American War 1898

Photograph shows sailors and others in small boats near the wreckage of the U. S. S. Maine; a wreath is tossed from the Maine's crows nest, American flag waving. Additional devised title: [Ceremonial sinking at... more

Spanish-American woman and her son with greens which they feed to their rabbits near Taos, New Mexico

Spanish-American woman and her son with greens which they feed to thei...

Photo shows at left, Rupert Martiniano Sandoval, age 1 1/2, at right,Ofelia Trujillo Sandoval, age 39 (source: Rupert Martiniano Sandoval, 2005).

Spanish-American FSA (Farm Security Administration) client feeding her chickens near Taos, New Mexico

Spanish-American FSA (Farm Security Administration) client feeding her...

Photo shows Ofelia Trujillo Sandoval, age 39 (source: family member Rupert Martiniano Sandoval, 2005).

Spanish-American mother with her children near Taos, New Mexico

Spanish-American mother with her children near Taos, New Mexico

Photo shows from left, Maria Louisa Sandoval, age 17; Jose Benito Sandoval, age 4; Ofelia Trujillo Sandoval, age 39, with son Rupert Sandoval, age 1 1/2, in her arms; Sylvia Sandoval, age 15; in front, Ofelia "... more

Interior of Spanish-American farmhouse near Taos, New Mexico

Interior of Spanish-American farmhouse near Taos, New Mexico

Photo shows Sandoval home. Top row in photo: Fred Sandoval, Sr.; second row, left: Ventura Trujillo; second row, right: "Cici" Trujillo; third row, circular photo: Ofelia Trujillo Sandoval holding Maria Louisa ... more

Spanish-American FSA (Farm Security Administration) client feeding her rabbits near Taos, New Mexico

Spanish-American FSA (Farm Security Administration) client feeding her...

Photo shows Ofelia Trujillo Sandoval, age 39 (source: family member Rupert Martiniano Sandoval, 2005).

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