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This is the repository for all Photographs not belonging to any named veterans grouping.


 

This Panoramic Photo of Battery C of the 102nd Field Artillery was taken at Camp Devon (Massachusetts) in 1929.

 

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This is photo is of the HQ Battalion, 1st Brigade, 101st Field Artillery. It was taken at Camp Edwards. It also shows the barracks, mess hall, regimental flags and the camp training area.It dates to 1941

 

 

This is photo is of the Service Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 102nd Field Artillery. It was taken at Camp Edwards. It also shows the barracks, mess hall, regimental flags and the camp training area. It dates to 1941

 

This is a photograph of Josiah M Crocker and fellow Civil War veterans. They were members of the 23rd Regiment Mass Volunteer Militia. This photo was taken in the 1910's in front of the memorial to their regiment. the men in the photo from left to right are: S.H. Edgert, Private Herbert Eugene Valentine, Sergeant David B. Wallis (Incorrectly labeled Wallace), Corporal Josiah M Crocker and Thomas S. Swasey, Jr.

 

This is photo archives of Salem, Massachusetts resident Ernest Lapham. He served in the Navy post World War I.

 

 

 

This is photo archive of Sailor John A Kress, he served aboard the USS Salem, during World War I time period.

 

 

 

These are two real photo "postcards" of the USS Salem CL-3..

 

 

This is a wedding portrait of an unknown technician fourth grade of the 26th "Yankee" infantry Division. The photograph was taken by Gainsboro studio of Salem, Mass.

 

This is a collection of photographs of the US Coast Guard Station at Salem.  The top left picture is a ship off Marblehead. the picture next to it is of the barracks building. The final picture is of a sea plane in the hanger.

 

 

These photos are of George Moore, a midshipman during WWII, the Marine in the second picture is identified as James O'Malley