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Print Nos. 156848-158889 [subseries] (23 prints)
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Print No. 156848 April 2, 1919.

(American officers gathered in front of the Headquarters of the American North Russian Expeditionary Forces in Archangel, Front row, L to. R: Capt. James R. Fitzsimmons, Co. "C" 339th Inf.; Capt. Wm. Knight; 310th Eng.; Col George E. Stewart, Commanding Officer, 339th Inf.; Lt. Col. Edward Thurston, Judge Advocate; Major Jonas R. Longley, 337th Field Hospital.; Major William H. Henry, Medical Detachment, 310th Engrs.Major John C. Hall, Med. Detch. 339th Inf.Major Malcolm Douglas, Med. Detch. 339th Inf. Back row, L to R.: Lt. Chas. E. Lewis, Asst, Adjutant 339th Inf.Chaplain John S. Landowski, Lt. William L. Jones, Med. Detch. 339th Inf.Captain Harry E. Carrier, Personnel Adjutant, 339th Inf.Lt. Roy Brieger, Statistical Officer, Lt. Verne W. McClung, Co. "E", 339th Inf.Capt, Alex M. Lowenstein, 339th Field Hosp.Capt. Howard W. GeigerMed. Detch, 339th Inf.2nd Lt. John E. Brown, Supply Co. 339th Inf. 85th Div. Archangel, Russia.)

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Print No. 158850 April 2, 1919

(Capt. O.D. Odjard, Commanding Officer Co, 'W', 339th Inf. 85th Div, who has been decorated with the Military Cross for bravery in action. Owing to a shrapnel wound in the neck, Capt. Odjard has been evacuated to the United States, Archangel, Russia.)

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Print No. 158851 April 5, 1919

(Capt. Joel Moore, Co. M, 339th Inf. 85th Div, displaying a sword which formerly belonged to a Battalion Commander of the 6th Saratov Regiment, who was killed during an engagement between Bolshevik forces and Co. "M" near Bolshie Ozerka, Capt. Moore is surrounded by men of his company Obozerskaya, Russia.)

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Print No. 158852 April 5, 1919

(Officers of Co. "M", 339th Inf. 85th Div. Immediately after the return of the company from Bolshie Ozerka front where they repulsed repeated Bolshevik attacks. From L. to R: Lt. Clarence J. Primm, 2nd Lt. Milton J. Carpenter, 2nd Lt. Weiszorek, Lt. Wesley K. Wright, Lt. James R. Donovan, Lt. George M. Stoner, and Capt. Joel Moore. Obozerskaya, Russia.)

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158854 April 7, 1919

(Aeroplane, piloted by Russian, seen over the roofs of the log houses in Obozerskaya, returning to aeroplane after a flight over enemy lines. 339th Inf. 85th Div.Obozerskaya, Russia.)

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Print No. 158857 Russia April 8, 1919

(An American Engineer Pvt. Charles Mock, Co. "C", 310th Engrs. Standing guard behind a hurriedly constructed barricade of logs at Verst-18, 339th Inf. 85th Div.Bolshie Oaerka Front.)

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Print No. 158861 April 8, 1919

(Blockhouse No. 1, the most advanced allied position along the road in the direction of Bolshie Ozerka. The blockhouse and clearing surrounding it were made by men of the 3rd Platoon Co. Co. C, 310 Eng. 339 Inf. 85th Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front. Russia.)

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Print No. 158863 April 8, 1919

(Convoy of empty sleds, driven by Russian soldiers returning to Obozerskaya for a fresh supply of ammunition and food for the allied forces fighting in the vicinity of Bolshie Ozerka. 339th Inf. 85th Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158864 April 8, 1919

(Bridge across a marsh on the allied line of communications between Obozerskaya and the Bolshie Ozerka Front. Allied secondary defence positions for the protection of Obozerskaya were being constructed on the opposite bank of the marsh. 339th Inf. 85th Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158865 April 8, 1919

(Convoy of sleds moving along the forest trail between Obozerskaya and the Bolshie Ozerka Front. 339th Inf. 85th. Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158867 April 8, 1919

(Bolshevik soldier, one of a number killed in an attempted flank attack on the positions held by allied troops on the Obozerskaya road at Verst 16, 339th Inf. 85th Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158869 April 8, 1919

(Another snap showing shell fire by Russian artillery bursting in the vicinity of Bolshevik outposts. Picture taken from post at Verst 18, 339th Inf. 85th Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russian)

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Print No. 158870 April 8, 1919

(Russian artillery in position along the road to Bolshie Ozerka at Verst 16. This artillery kept up a continuous fire against the village and hastened the withdrawl of the Bolshevik forces which temporarily held that point. 339th Inf. 85th Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158871 April 8, 1919

(Russian Red Cross at work, a Russian soldier administering first aid to an injured comrade near Bolshie Ozerka front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158873 April 8, 1919

(Men from 3rd Platoon, Co. "C" 310th Engrs. grouped outside their tent near the Bolshie Ozerka Front. 339th Inf. 85th Div.Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158874 April 8, 1919

(Tents of Co. "C" 310th Engrs. pitched among forest trees at the side of the road. Verst 18, 339th Inf. 85th Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158877 April 9, 1919

(Trench leading through the deep snow to an outpost at Verst 444. 339th Inf. 85th Div. Vologda Railway Front. Russia.)

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Print No. 158878 April 9, 1919

(Col. George E. Stewart, 339th Info 85th Div. at the Vologda Railway front, examining a list of Allied prisoners held by the Bolsheviks, which was brought back by American officers after a parley in No Man's Land with Bolshevik officers concerning the exchange of prisoners. L to R: Lt. Gordon Reese, Co. "I", 339th Inf.Lt. Dwight Fistler, Co. "I", 339th Inf.Col. George E. Stewart, C.O. 339th Inf.Major Brooks Nichols, 3rd Bn. 339th Inf.Capt. Horatio Winslow, Co. "I", 339th Inf. Vologda Railway Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158880 April 9, 1919

(Col. George E. Stewart, Commanding Officer, 339th Info and Major J. Brooks Nichols, 339th Info inspecting a trench mortar belonging to the trench mortar platoon hdqrs. Co. in position at Verst 444. At the right if Lt. Charles I. R. Reid, Photographic Unit, 339th Inf. 85th Div.Vologda Railway Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158882 April 9, 1919

(Dugout among the wood piles in the clearing at Verst 444 where men of the trench mortar platoon hdqrs. co. are quartered, when not actually on duty. Enemy shell fire has destroyed all the building above ground in the clearing. 339th Inf. 85th Div. Vologda Railway Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158883 April 9, 1919

(Men of Machine Gun Co. 339th Inf. 85th Div. sawing and preparing logs to be used in the construction of a dugout adjoining the blockhouse which stands at the left of the Vologda Railway Line at Verst 445 1/2 Vologda Railway Front, Russia.)

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Print No. 158887 April 9, 1919

(Six inch, long range, naval gun mounted on a steel coal car Verst 455 This gun which is manned by an all Russian naval gun crew, is used to shell the Bolshevik Base at Yemtsa. 339th Inf. 85th Div. Vologda Railway Front Russia.)

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Print No. 158889 April 9, 1919

(Naval gun and gun crew preparing to load the 6 inch naval gun used on the Vologda railway front. When firing the gun is run up from its base at Verst 455. 339th Inf. 85th Div. Vologda Railway Front, Russia.)

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