The photographer covered the subject, the funeral cortege of President McKinley, from many different positions along the line of march. The people shown are those who preceded the hearse and those who followed ... more
The photography in this film is from several camera positions. The first position was over the heads of the crowds that lined the street watching the cortege begin. Mounted police precede the escort for the fun... more
President Roosevelt is standing on a platform in front of an auditorium, photographed from across the street. At his left is Mrs. Roosevelt, holding carnations. They review the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps foot... more
This illustration entitled, "Inaugural Committee No. 46, General George F. Elliott, United States Marine Corps", by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Post on January 28, 1905, depic... more
[D.C. Wash. - U.S. Marine Corps marching in Taft inaugural parade on Pennsylvania Ave.; dog mascot in front]
Photo shows Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., at 13th Street (location verified by Gibson Bros. building at left.)
U.S. Marines - first to hoist Old Glory on foreign soil Join them for overseas duty / / Sidney H. Riesenberg 1913.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing marines raising the American flag on a bamboo flagpole; also shows wood engraved scenes of marines in action in foreign countries.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing marines coming ashore with ships in the background; also shows a series of views of marines engaged in training, educational, and recreational activities, as well as the ... more
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing marines in a landing party; also shows a series of views of marines engaged in training, educational, and recreational activities.
Be up-to-date - be a U.S. Marine First to change the old campaign hat for the modern helmet / / W.A. Rogers.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing a marine putting on a helmet as he looks over a barricade of sandbags on which a rifle rests.
"All in the day's work" Enlist in the United States Marine Corps for interesting duty - land, sea, or sky / / Ch. Gatchell.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing recruits engaged in various activities at a Marine Corps training camp.
U.S. Marines - first to fight in France for freedom Enlist with the "soldiers of the sea" / / F.C. Yohn.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing a group of marines rushing into battle carrying the American flag and the flag of the Marine Corps.
Rally 'round the flag with United States Marines "Soldiers of the sea" First in defense on land or sea / / Sidney H. Riesenberg 1916.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing marines in a landing party.
American Library Association - European - French - St. Nazaire. This is the rig for the Marines also an ALA Library
Photographer: American Library Association American Library Association - European - French
Photograph shows Marines standing at attention on the parade grounds of the U.S. Marine Corps Barracks, Eighth and I Streets S.E., Washington, D.C., adjacent to a barracks building and the commandant's house.
Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Marine Barracks, Mare Island Naval Training Station, Cal. Group of Marines protecting the art of make-up. This form of camouflage is used by reconnoitering parties in trench raids
Photographer: Chas. Feinberg Camouflage - Soldiers Training
American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order) - Arrival of seaplane (Captain Page, Pilot) at Quantico, May 6, 1919, carrying Marines Magazines to the boys stationed there
Photographer: American Library Association American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order)
Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Independence Day Parade, N.Y. City. In foreground, British float; marching behind is a group of British Marines
Date Taken: 7/4/1918 Photographer: International Film Service Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918
Artists - Noted artist paints original poster "Tell it to the Marines." James Montgomery Flagg, artist has given the public an opportunity to see him in action. He produced a life size picture of poster "Tell it to the Marines" in the N.Y. Public Library, to stimulate Marine recruiting. At right can be seen man who poased for him
Date Taken: 07/0/1918 Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Artists
Ceremonies - Navy & Marines - The Return of the Victory Feelt to New York. With clocklike precision, which is so characteristic of the United States Navy, America's majestic fleet moved up the Hudson River through a heavy snowstorm. After the review of the fleet by Secretary Daniels, half of the sailorscame ashore to partake in a parade down Fifth Avenue where they were cheered by thousands of people. The photo shows a division passing the reviewing stand in front of the Public Library. Secretary Daniels in a silk hat can be seen near the center post
Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Ceremonies - Navy & Marines
Ceremonies - Demobilization - Marines who stopped German drive at Chateau Thierry Parade in Philadelphia. A blinding snow storm did not hinder patriotic Philadelphia from turning out in gala attire to greet 500 of her wounded Marines just back from War
Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Ceremonies - Demobilization
Ceremonies and Parades - "Heroes Day" celebrated in New York City. New York City observed its first "Heroes Day" to commorate the lives of the soldiers, sailors, and marines who died in France. Mothers, sisters, and sweethearts bringing flowers to the mound, Central park in memory of the departed heroes
Date Taken: 1918. - Photographer: Underwood & Underwood © Ceremonies and Parades
Ceremonies - Navy & Marines - California College Men of Ambulance Service Depart for France. Scene attending the departure of 65 California College men, for the war ambulance service in France. The greateast patriotic outpouring in San Francisco since the beginning of the war marked the departure on April 24th of 65 college men from the University of California and Leland-Stanford. Before leaving, a monster ovation was given the men at the Auditorium. 15,000 bid them God-Speed. The Army and Navy joined with the 1500 U. of C. cadets and the 1000 cadets from Lelan Stanford in escorting the ambulance men to the Auditorium and to the train which bore them eastward
Photographer: Western Newspaper Union Ceremonies - Navy & Marines