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1. Men on trucks moving bags during World War II Men on trucks moving bags during World War II Associated Press photograph of four men moving bags from one truck to another during World War II. Truck on right is named Plum Bob. Soldiers unload sacks of bread at a supply dump near Cesaro, Sicily. The soldiers are identified on the verso as "Left to Right: PFC. Joseph W. Mercahnt [Merchant], of Burlington, VT; Corp. William I. Godshalk of Bangor, PA; PFC. Charles O. Patterson, of Port Carbon, PA; and Harold B. Logan, of Jamaica, L.I. [Long Island]

2. American soldiers in a camp in Puerto Rico American soldiers in a camp in Puerto Rico Large group of American soldiers standing outside their camp in Puerto Rico during the Spanish-American War.

3. Two soldiers standing outside a building Two soldiers standing outside a building Two soldiers standing near the entry to a white, brick building. Possibly taken during the Spanish-American War.

4. American soldiers in a camp in Puerto Rico American soldiers in a camp in Puerto Rico Large group of American soldiers standing outside their camp in Puerto Rico during the Spanish-American War. An enlarged copy was made from this photograph, with shelf mark Connemara C16-21.

5. Carl Sandburg speaking at Grant Park in Chicago Carl Sandburg speaking at Grant Park in Chicago Carl Sandburg on stage at the dedication of a memorial in honor of Governor Horner in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois. On stage with Carl are a number of people. In front of the stage are armed soldiers to keep the peace. photograph dated 1948. On the back of the photograph backing is a note that the photograph is from Julius Klein. The date stamp on the photograph itself says "Nov. 26 1948".

6. Carl Sandburg speaking at Grant Park in Chicago Carl Sandburg speaking at Grant Park in Chicago Carl Sandburg on stage at the dedication of a memorial in honor of Governor Horner in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois. On stage with Carl are a number of people. In front of the stage are armed soldiers to keep the peace. photograph dated 1948. The date stamp on the photograph itself says "Nov. 26 1948."

7. Two soldiers opening a thermos over a third Two soldiers opening a thermos over a third The soldier on left is holding a thermos jug and the soldier on the right is opening the spigot and holding a frying pan. The soldier in the middle is reading and reclined under the spigot of the jug. The photograph was included in a letter from William P. Schenk to Sandburg.

8. World War II World War II Acme Newspictures photograph of American Medical Corps men examining and providing first aid to doughboys (American soldiers) injured in a battle in Sicily during World War II. One of the men is examining another's head. A man with a bandaged shoulder is sitting on a litter on the ground. This photograph appears to be of the same group of men as C3-66.

9. World War II World War II Associated Press photograph of World War II. One man standing, facing the camera, while several others are in a trench, to the right. The typescript on the verso of the photograph reads "A Sicilian peasant asks soldiers at an artillery observation post near the front in Sicily to help him locate his white donkey, lost somewhere on the battlefield."

10. Sketch of Carl Sandburg by John Rae Sketch of Carl Sandburg by John Rae Mounted, matted. photograph of a sketch of Carl Sandburg by John Rae. Carl is in the foreground, and in the background is Abraham Lincoln, surrounded by soldiers.
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