Tag Archives: World War One

Seeing and Remembering World War One

Martin Munkácsi, [Car offering battlefield tours, Ypres, Belgium] ca. 1929 (2007.110.713) Martin Munkácsi, [Car offering battlefield tours, Ypres, Belgium] ca. 1929 (2007.110.2450) Martin Munkácsi, [Tourist buses and automobiles outside St. Martin’s Cathedral, Ypres, Belgium] ca. 1929 (2007.110.709) Martin Munkácsi, [Tour … Continue reading

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One Hundred Years After the End of World War One

Unidentified Photographer, [Madame Cagnet and child standing next to grave of a Lieutenant Roosevelt, France], 1918 (2010.83.15) The grave of Lt. Quentin Roosevelt near Seringes [Seringes-et-Nesle.]. Madame Cagnet has assumed the duty of caring for the grave. Quentin Roosevelt (1897-1918) … Continue reading

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100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide

USSR in Construction, “Soviet Armenia,” February 1936, (2012.13.30) A Land of Ancient Culture Where Ararat and Alagez Rear Their Summits to the Skies Where Lake Sevan Extends its Waters Where Foaming Streams Roar Down Mountain Chasms Here lives one of … Continue reading

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Centenary of World War One

Martin Munkacsi, [Car offering battlefield tours, Ieper, Belgium] ca. 1929 (2007.110.713) Martin Munkacsi, [Car offering battlefield tours, Ieper, Belgium] ca. 1929 (2007.110.2450) Martin Munkacsi, [Tourist buses and automobiles outside St. Martin’s Cathedral, Ieper, Belgium] ca. 1929 (2007.110.709) Martin Munkacsi, [Tour … Continue reading

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World War One @ One Hundred

Unidentified Photographer, This man-age-81-lived in a cellar-with his wife-who was killed by a shell…, ca. 1916-1918 (2010.83.1) Written with ink on verso: “Couchy-le-Chateau (This man-age-81-lived in a cellar-with his wife-who was killed by a shell in 1916, during the four … Continue reading

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