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Image of World War I soldiers at the Cranston Street Armory.The Cranston Street Armory is a historic building in Providence, Rhode Island. It was built in 1907 at a cost of $650,000.00. The architects were William R. Walker & Son and the…


Image of the Victory Parade in Providence held on May 11, 1919. After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a…


Image of the Victory Parade in Providence held on May 11, 1919. After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a…


Image of the Victory Parade in Providence held on May 11, 1919. After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a…


Image of the Victory Parade in Providence held on May 11, 1919. After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a…


Image of the Victory Parade in Providence held on May 11, 1919. After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a…


Image of the Victory Parade in Providence held on May 11, 1919. After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a…


Image of the Victory Parade in Providence held on May 11, 1919. After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a…


Image of the Victory Parade in Providence held on May 11, 1919. After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a…


Image of seven artillerymen from Battery B with guns in trench during World War I. Includes Pete Finney and Edgar Black.See also:Adjutant General - Correspondence Received (1790 - 1915)Adjutant General - Letters Written (1914 - 1927)World War I -…


Image of two French Officers during World War I, c. 1917.See also:Adjutant General - Correspondence Received (1790 - 1915)Adjutant General - Letters Written (1914 - 1927)World War I - Statements of Military ServiceWorld War I - Bonus Cards, 1921


Image of seven soldiers in a trench in France during World War I.See also:Adjutant General - Correspondence Received (1790 - 1915)Adjutant General - Letters Written (1914 - 1927)World War I - Statements of Military ServiceWorld War I - Bonus Cards,…


After the armistice of November 11, 1918, a World War I Victory Parade took place in Exchange Place in Providence, Rhode Island. In the center of the plaza was a Victory Arch, atop of which was a reproduction of the Hellenistic sculpture "Winged…