Photographs of Company I, 339th Infantry
Co. I, 339th Regt. U.S. Infantry, commanded by Capt. Ralph E. Ramsey, at the ceremonies at Archangel, Russia, Oct. 12, 1918.
Men of Co. I, 339th Regt. Inf., passing in review, Archangel, Russia, October 12, 1918.
at Verst 455 surrounded by the forest, white with a new covering
of snow. The picture was taken on one of the coldest days of the
year when the temperature reached a point fifty degrees below
zero. The American soldier in the foreground is Corp. Hearn of Co.
I, 339th Inf. 85th Div.
Verst 455, Vologda Railway Front, Russia. February 17, 1919.
I, 339th Inf. 85th Div. lined up preparatory to the awarding of
the French Croix de Guerre to eight members of their Co. by
General E. Ironside (British) Commanding North Russia
Expeditionary Forces. Capt H. G. Winslow is shown in front of his
Verst 455, Vologda R.R. Front, Russia, Feb. 17, 1919.
Troops embarking on the British transport "Czar" at Economia, Russia, June 2, 1919. Co. I, 339th Inf. in the foreground.
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA II), College Park, MD.
Finding Aid Location: NARA II Still Photos Research Room, 5th Floor, Cabinet #6, rear of Drawer #2, Folders 46 (North Russia) and 50 (Siberia & N. Russia).
Photo Locations: RG 111-SC, WWI, Box 254, photos # 34618, 34621, Box 474, photo # 62486, Box 845, photos # 161081, 161083.
All photo captions are taken from the official Signal Corps caption accompanying the photo at the National Archives.
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