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Red cross volunteers Harriett Nelson, on left, and Vivian Harrison. They are posed in front of a World War I Red Cross War Fund poster.
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A soldier in uniform, including puttees, in a studio setting. He is seated, leaning on the corner of a table with his right hand, his left on his left knee. His right foot is cocked behind his left. He is wearing a ring on the little finger of his left hand. The embossed photographer's mark is in the lower right hand corner of the postcard. The card is not addressed or stamped and the markings are French: "Carte Postale, Correspondance, Adresse"...
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"Dock Roberson" in Army uniform, standing on a rock in the Eagle River at Minturn.
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Billy Flynn on his way to join the Army in 1918. Taken on the Iron Bridge.
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Man holding a sign at the Kent section house, possibly on his way to enlist (World War I). The sign reads: "This much is solid: O. R. T. Divn 4" [Ordnance Removal Training]
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Ed Bratton, on the right, with an unidentified friend, standing in front of barracks, 1917-1919. "They went into the Army from Eagle County. The Bratton Family lived at Taponas in Routt County, but Ed and Frank Bratton were working in Eagle County when they enlisted. As a result, they were not listed in the published book of Routt County WWI veterans." [According to Gertrude Bratton Wilson]
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Gene Slaughter and John Norton in summer uniforms holding a pennant for Ambulance Company No. 26, Ft. Clark, Texas. There are buildings in the background.
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Bill Luby in World War I uniform, carrying fully loaded pack and canteen. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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John Norton and Gene Slaughter posing next to a wagon. They were at Fort Worth, Texas, training as soldiers in preparation for World War I.
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Bill McHatton, in uniform, at Glenwood Springs in 1918. He was on furlough.
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Gene Slaughter and Homer [--] holding a Red Cross flag. Ambulance wagons are parked behind them.
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Marker for: "Ed. A. Schrupp, CO. L 13 INF., 1896--1918," in the McCoy Cemetery. An American flag is engraved at left on the marker; an encased photo is at right. The inscription at bottom reads: "He gave his all for his country."
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Oscar Meyer, in World War I uniform, carrying a fully-loaded pack and canteen. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Jack (the dog), Kate and Jim Flynn accompanying Billy Flynn on his way to join the Army in 1918. Taken on the Iron Bridge.
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Left to right, Joe Walsh, Frank Walsh, Bill Luby circa 1917, posed in front of the Knights of Columbus hall in Minturn. The men are wearing Army uniforms. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Earnest [Cook] in uniform and Billy [Flynn] standing at the section house at Kent.
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Photo postcard in the Bearden album of Germans laying a mine field in Leuven, 1915. Leuven is the capital of the province of Flemish Brabant in the Flemish Region of Belgium.
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Bert Johnson, on left, and George Da Lee, in uniform, at the Wolcott depot, 1919.
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1st Lt. Charles Hemberger, 107th Engineers, U.S. Army 32nd Division "Red Arrow Division," deployed to France February 1918, World War I. Hemberger served as Eagle County Clerk and Recorder, 1916-1917; Eagle County State Representative, 1926-1930. Hemberger acquired multiple parcels of land at Fulford by paying back taxes for them. He wintered on Cooley Mesa, between Gypsum and Eagle, naming his ranch the Red Arrow Ranch.
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A group posing in Glenwood Springs, 1918. Inscription reads: "Bill McHatton and some boys. B--Wilson, Kate Flynn."