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[Civil War envelope showing United States Signal Corps insignia]

[Sketch of U.S. Army Signal Corps observation and signal tower]

[Albert J. Myer, U.S. Army Signal Corps officer, full-length portrait, facing front, standing under canopy in front of a tent, with one hand on ridge pole, with two men, one sitting on the left and the other sitting on the right]

[Albert J. Myer, U.S. Army Signal Corps officer, full-length portrait, facing slightly left, holding sword, sitting under canopy in front of a tent with two men, one sitting on the left and the other standing, holding the ridge pole]

Signal corps on Rapidan River

Pleasant Valley, Maryland. Group of Signal Corps detachment

Signal Corps Detachment, Elk Mountain, Md., October 1862

Harrison's Landing, Virginia. Headquarters of Signal Corps

Camp of Signal corps nr. Yorktown

Bealeton, Virginia. Officers of Signal Corps. Headquarters, Army of the Potomac

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Parading Through Paris

Brussels, Belgium

Parading Through Paris

U.S.S. George Washington

Passing Through Belgium

Parading through Paris

Picnic in Houthoulst, Belgium

American Soldiers in Europe

President and Mrs. Wilson and Other Dignitaries at Longchamp

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

American Soldiers in Europe

Dr. Cary T. Grayson and Captain Edward McCauley, Jr.

American Soldiers with Photographer

Going Through Paris

Wilson in Paris

Going Through Paris

Wilson on the Bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington

Parading Through Paris

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Baruch and Grayson

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Salle de l'Horloge during the Paris Peace Conference

President and Mrs. Wilson and Other Dignitaries at Longchamp

American Soldiers in Europe

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Wilson's with the King and Queen of Belgium

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Washington, District of Columbia. Officers' quarters at Signal Corps camp near Georgetown

Dr. Cary T. Grayson and Captain Edward McCauley, Jr.

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Going Through Paris

Baruch and Grayson

Wilson on the Bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington

Picnic in Houthoulst, Belgium

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Parading Through Paris

U.S.S. George Washington

Parading through Paris

Brussels, Belgium

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Wilson on the Bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Baruch and Grayson

Washington, District of Columbia. Group of officers of Signal Corps. Camp of Instruction

Washington, District of Columbia. Signal Corps camp near Georgetown

Washington, District of Columbia. Group of Signal Corps officers in camp near Georgetown

Wilson in Paris

American Soldiers with Photographer

Wilson's with the King and Queen of Belgium

Brussels, Belgium

U.S.S. George Washington

Passing Through Belgium

Picnic in Houthoulst, Belgium

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Parading through Paris

Passing Through Belgium

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Wilson in Paris

Wilson's with the King and Queen of Belgium

President and Mrs. Wilson and Other Dignitaries at Longchamp

Salle de l'Horloge during the Paris Peace Conference

[Headquarters of Signal Corps, Washington D.C., April 1865]

Dr. Cary T. Grayson and Captain Edward McCauley, Jr.

American Soldiers with Photographer

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Washington, District of Columbia. Signal Corps camp near Georgetown

Washington, District of Columbia. Signal Corps camp near Georgetown

Meyer, General Albert J., Father of the Signal Corps.

Hurricanes in the South Pacific

Pack mule of U.S. Army Signal Corps, used for carrying storage batteries for the field wireless telegraph

Signal Corps U.S.A. - Night Work

Army Signal Corps working wireless in field

Bread line forms at the Signal Corps at the Presidio. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000 homeless and killing between 450 and 700. Estimated damages, over $350 million

Balloon in flight during U.S. Signal Corps operations at Ft. Myer, Va., 1907

U.S. Signal Corps with balloon during operations at Ft. Myer, Va., 1907

Inspection of balloon during U.S. Signal Corps operations at Ft. Myer, Va., 1907

Balloon, at Ft. Myer, Va., during Signal Corps operations, 1907

U.S. Signal Corps at work on balloon, Ft. Myer, Va., 1907

12th Infantry, Signal Corps, Day Work, Governor's Island, N.Y.