P1 - Military Affairs

 

Images of military activities in Arkansas, Arkansas soldiers both within and without the state, the militia, and soldiers from Arkansas.

NOTE: Please specify photo collection number and photo number when requesting material.

 

1. Shoeing a horse. Arkansas National Guardsmen on Federal duty in New Mexico, Poncho Villa campaign 1916. Negative.

2. Unidentified Guardsman by automobile. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

3. Mule-drawn water wagon. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

4. Unidentified man by military wagons. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

5. Unidentified Guardsman riding mule. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

6. Guardsmen and pack animals. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

7. Unidentified Guardsman in uniform. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

8. Three unidentified Guardsmen in uniform. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

9. Four unidentified Guardsmen standing before tent. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

10. Three unidentified Guardsmen and a child. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

11. Eight unidentified Guardsmen. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

12. Five unidentified Guardsmen. Federal duty in New Mexico. 1916. Negative.

13. Lt. Col. Willard H. Crawford, Commander WAC Branch No. 3, ASTC. Conway, Ark. 1943-1944 .

14. Commander and staff, WAC Branch No 3, Arkansas State Teachers College. Conway, Ark. 1943-1944.

15. Arrival of first class, WAC Branch No. 3, ASTC. Conway, Ark. 1943.

16. Arrival of second class, WAC Branch No. 3, ASTC. Conway, Ark. March 19, 1943. Negative.

17. WAC Dining Scene, ASTC. Conway, Ark. May 4, 1943.

18. WAC Class 5, Co. B-2, ASTC. Conway, Ark. June 16,1943.

19. WAC Class 9, Co. A, ASTC. Conway, Ark. c.1943. Negative

20. WAC Class 5, Co. A, Retreat Parade. May 14, 1943.

21. WAC Class 4, Cos. C and D, Retreat Parade. May 18, 1943.

22. WAC Class 3, Arrival from Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. April 8, 1943.

23. WAC formation. c.1943.

24. WAC Class 1, Co. A, Marching in formation. March 1,1943. Negative.

25. WAC Class 1, Cos. B,C,D, Retreat Parade. April 6,1943.

26. WAC Class 1, Arriving in Conway. Feb. 25, 1943.

27. WAC headquarters Detachment marching to dinner. Feb. 15, 1943.

28. WAC Class 4, Cos. C and D, Retreat Parade. May 14,1943.

29. WAC Class 5, Co. B, Retreat Parade. May 14, 1943.

30. WAC Branch No. 3, Staff and Faculty Officers on way to lunch with Governor Homer Adkins. Feb. 15, 1943.

31. WAC Class 5, Arriving in Conway. May 27, 1943.

32. WAC Class 5, Co. A, in formation. June 16, 1943.

33. WAC Class 2, Arriving in Conway. March 19, 1943.

34. WAC Class 4, Co. D, in formation. May 11, 1943.

35. WAC Class 3, Groups 1 and 2, in class. 1943.

36. WAC Class 5, Co. A, in formation. June 16, 1943.

37. WAC Class 5, Co. B, in formation. June 16, 1943.

38. US Army Band from Camp Robinson, marching in Last Retreat Parade, WAC Class 4. June 22, 1943.

39. WAC Class 6, in formation. July 16, 1943.

40. WAC Class 9, Co. A, in formation. c.1944.

41. WAC Class 10, Co. B, Platoon 2, in formation. c.Dec. 20, 1943.

42. WAC Branch No. 3, Staff and other Military Officers observing WAC ceremony. Oct. 22, 1943.

43. WAC Class 3, arriving in Conway. April 8, 1943.

44. WAC Class 10, Co. B, Platoon 1, in formation. Dec. 20, 1943.

45. WAC Staff and Faculty Officers in formation, Dec. 20, 1943.

46. WAC Class 2, Co. A, in formation. Dec. 29, 1943.

47. WAC Class 1, Co. A, marching. Mar. 1, 1943.

48. WAC Company, in formation. Dec. 20, 1943.

49. WAC Retreat Parade. May 14, 1943.

50. Brig. Gen. R. B. Lovett addresses the first graduating class, WAC Branch No. 3. Apr. 7, 1943.

51. Opening Exercises, WAC Class 1. Mar. 1, 1943.

52. WAC Ceremony. c.1943.

53. WAC Ceremony. c.1943.

54. WAC Private Helen G. Kent after receiving Distinguished Flying Cross, Air medal with Three Oak Leaf Clusters for her husband who is missing in action. With her are her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kent. Oct. 1943.

55. Lt. Earl C. Kent, missing in action, husband of Pvt. Kent.

56. WAC Private Kent receives medals for her husband from Col. Todd of Stuttgart Army Air Field. Oct.1943.

57. WAC Private Kent. Oct. 1943.

58. WAC Private Kent. Oct. 1943.

59. WAC Private Kent. Oct. 1943.

60. WAC Private Kent. Oct. 1943.

61. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kent, parents of Lt. Earl C. Kent, parents-in-law of Pvt. Helen Kent. Oct. 1943.

62. WAC Private Kent with in-laws. Oct. 1943.

63. WAC Private Kent receiving medals for her husband from Col. Todd of Stuttgart Army Air Field. Oct. 1943.

64. WAC Officers being sworn in. Sept. 1, 1943.

65. WAC Staff, Faculty Officers, and Civilian Officials, including Governor Homer Adkins, Feb 15, 1943.

66. WAC Class 1, in formation, Mar. 1, 1943.

67. WAC Staff, Faculty, in formation. Feb. 1943.

68. WAC Trainees in physical training. June 9, 1943.

69. WAC Trainees in physical training. June 9, 1943. Negative.

70. WAC Trainees playing softball. June 9, 1943.

71. WAC Trainees playing softball. June 9, 1943. Negative.

72. WAC Trainees playing softball. June 9, 1943.

73. WAC Trainees playing volleyball. June 9, 1943.

74. WAC Trainees in physical training. June 9, 1943.

75. "Grand March" opening U.S.O. July 3, 1943. Negative.

76. Dance at U.S.O. Opening. July 3, 1943.

77. WACS at U.S.O. Opening. July 3, 1943.

78. Dance at U.S.O. c.1943. (8" X 10"). Negative.

79. WACS being received by Governor Homer Adkins and other officials. Feb 15, 1943.

80. WACS at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Conway, Ark. May 23, 1943.

81. Lt. Osborn returning salutes from students. c.1943.

82. WAC student party. May 19, 1943.

83. WAC Class 3 graduation party, Baridon Hall. May 19, 1943.

84. WAC Instructor Lt.Wesley Snyder, baritone, sings at party, Baridon Hall. May 19, 1943.

85. WAC Class 3, departing from Conway. May 20, 1943. Negative.

86. Unidentified WAC class departing Conway. c.1943.

87. Col. and Mrs. Crawford at WAC Party. June 18, 1943.

88. WAC Party at Baridon Hall. June 18, 1943.

89. U.S.O. Dance. July 3, 1943.

90. WAC Class 4, arriving in Conway from Georgia. Apr. 9, 1943.

91. First WAC Class graduates. Apr. 7, 1943.

92. Army Day retreat parade. Apr. 6, 1943.

93. Dance at U.S.O. Mar. 27, 1943.

94. WAC Class 2, arrives. Mar. 19, 1943.

95. WAC Class 2, arrives from Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia. Mar. 19, 1943.

96. WAC Parade in Little Rock for recruiting purposes. Mar. 6, 1943.

97. Brig. Gen. Ralph B. Lovett, Washington D.C., addresses opening exercises, WAC Class 1. Mar. 1, 1943.

98. Col. Willard H. Crawford, Commander WAC Branch No. 3. c.1943.

99. Students being sworn into the Women s Army Corps. Aug. 9, 1943.

100. Ibid.

101. Class 7, arriving. July 28, 1943.

102. Class 3, in typing class. c.1943.

103. Class 5, in physical training. June 9, 1943.

104. Class 5, in physical training. June 9, 1943.

105. Mrs. Audran Creed married Capt. Henry J. Rossette. Sept. 17, 1943.

106. Newly arrived WAC trainees march through Conway toward Arkansas State Teacher's College. Conway, Faulkner County, Ark. c.1943.

107. WAC trainees in formation. c.1943.

108. Officer's Home, Ft. Roots, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1900. Donor: Charles T. Perriao.

109. Flagpole, Ft. Roots, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1900. (3" X 4"). Donor: Charles T.Perriao.

110. Construction of Camp Pike, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1917. Donor: T.W.D.

111. McCarthy Light Guard, Little Rock Military Company, Pulaski County, Ark. 1895. Donor: T.W.D.

112. Construction of Camp Pike, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1917. Donor: T.W.D.

113. General E.O.C. Ord, U.S. Army, Commander of Reconstruction, Arkansas-Mississippi District. Donor: T.W.D.

114. "Civil War in Little Rock", painting by C. Kendric, depicting the Brooks-Baxter War during Reconstruction. 1874. Donor: T.W.D.

115. Construction of Camp Pike, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1917. Donor: T.W.D.

116. Construction of Camp Pike, North Little Rock, Pulaski County Ark. c.1917. Donor: T.W.D.

117. Construction of Camp Pike, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1917. Donor: T.W.D.

118. Construction of Camp Pike, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1917. Donor: T.W.D.

119. Junius Johnson, Little Rock native who died in military service during Spanish-American War c.1898. Donor: T.W.D.

120. Ension Robert Bynum Gibson, Former Student-Arkansas State Teacher's College, Conway, Faulkner County, Ark.1943. Press Release.

121. World War II German Prisoners of War. c.1943. Negative. Donor: T.W.D.

122. World War II German Prisoners of War. c.1943. Negative. Donor: T.W.D.

123. Old Arsenal Building, birthplace of General Douglas MacArthur, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1942.

124. "Destruction of Rebel Ram - 'Arkansas', Oct. 4, 1862." Postcard. Donor: T.W.D.

125. "The Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, Mar. 7, 1862." Postcard. Donor: T.W.D.

126. World War I soldiers marching, probably near Camp Pike, Argenta, Ark. c.1918. From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

127. Military Cadets in formation, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. c.1915. Postcard. From: J. H. Atkinson estate sale.

128. Military Cadets in formation, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. c.1915. Postcard. From: J. H. Atkinson estate sale.

129. Confederate Cemetery, Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. 1909. Postcard From: J. H. Atkinson estate sale.

130. Flag of Fifth Arkansas Volunteers, Civil War. c.1900. From: Robbins-Gifford &Papers.;

131. Flag of First Arkansas Artillery Regiment, Civil War. c.1900. From: Robbins-Gifford Papers.

132. Presentation of the Arkansas State Flag to the University of Arkansas Cadet Battalion. April 14, 1904. Postcard.

133. Scene at Camp Pike, Argenta, Pulaski County, Ark. 1917. Postcard.

134. Fort Logan H. Roots, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1900. Postcard.

135. A View of Camp Pike, Argenta, Pulaski County, Ark. 1918. Postcard.

136. Confederate Veterans Reunion, Camp Shafer, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1911. Postcard.

137. Confederate Veterans Reunion, Entrance to Camp Shafer, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1911. Postcard.

138. Headquarters, 162 Field Artillery Brigade, Camp Pike, North Little Rock, Ark. c.1918. From: Robert A. Doyle Papers.

139. Federal Troops Entering Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1863. From a Painting by

140. "Mustered Out" Union Negro Volunteers at Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1866. Reproduction.

141. Federal Arsenal at Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1864. Lithograph. Negative.

142. Sauer, James, Civil War Soldier, 33rd Iowa Regiment, fought in Arkansas. c.1864. Donor: Roger Davis.

143. Prouty, Cheney, Civil War Soldier, 33rd Iowa Regiment, fought in Arkansas. c.1864. Donor: Roger Davis.

144. Boydston, Cyrus, Civil War Soldier, 33rd Iowa Regiment, f ought in Arkansas . c .1 864. Donor: Roger Davis.

145. Birnbaum, Charles, Civil War Soldier, 36th Iowa Regiment, fought in Arkansas. c.1864. Donor: Roger Davis.

146. Carrothers, Levi, Civil War Soldier, 33rd Iowa Regiment, fought in Arkansas. c.1864. Donor: Roger Davis.

147. United Confederate Veterans Parade, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1911. Postcard.

148. United Confederate Veterans Parade, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1911. Postcard.

149. United Confederate Veterans Parade, View from Markham west to Main, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. 1911. Postcard.

150. 206th Coast Artillery, Fort Sill, Okla. 1926. (7"x10")

151. Arkansas National Guard at Camp, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. 1926(7"x8.5").

152. Company of Arkansas State Guard. T. S. Anderson, Captain, 1895. (8"x10"). Donor: Charles H. Elias.

153. General Sterling Price (5"x7"). Copy and neg.

154. General Fredrick Steele (5"x7"). 2 copies and neg.

155. Main Entrance Camp Robinson, Pulaski County, Ark. (3.5"x5.5"). Postcard.

End of Collection