Tag Archives: WWI

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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Bread – Acquiring

Regards, Notre Pain, May 12, 1938 (2007.18.42) Underwood and Underwood publisher, Baking division of British Commissariat at work in France, 1914-1918 (2011.36.16) Leon Levinstein, Bread Line, Bowery, 1950-1959 (2011.53.37) Leonard Freed, [Man walking with his bike and carrying a baguette … 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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