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Collection: Ankeny Historical Society World War I Collection
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Boyd Spencer - World War I Aviator
This photograph of aviator Boyd Spencer from Ankeny, Iowa was taken in the early 1900's. The photograph was donated in November 2008
Boyd Spencer - World War I Soldier
This photograph of soldier Boyd Spencer from Ankeny Iowa was taken in his uniform was taken in the early 1900's
British Prisoners of War Welcomed at Chateau D'oer Switzerland
British prisoners of war are greeted at the Chateau D'oex, Switzerland train station by
British Soldier and Wounded Turk
This is the photo of an officer from the British royal medical corps giving a wounded turk a cigarette and lighting it for him
Chicago Sunday Tribune Rotogravure Section showing a World War I scene
The first page is a photograph of a British medical corpsman in Mesotptamia giving a wounded turk a cigarette.
Fred Herbert writes - "From God's greatest gift to me - My Mother" in this Christmas card from December 25, 1917.
City of Fighting Men
This is a painting of an American military training camp. The letters Y.M.C.A are on one of the buildings
Corral of Horses at Fort Des Moines in 1908
This postcard show a picture horses in corrals outside stables at Fort Des Moines in 1908
Day Off to See a Ball Game
These members of the First American Engineers, not on duty for the day, are arriving at a training camp in motor trucks to winess a baseball game between teams of rival regiments.
Edward A. Howard Photographs Taken in France where he served during WWI
Edward. A Howard fought as a sergeant in France during World War I where he took these photographs according to his granddaughter, Karen Ballard.