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Overview

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents of the Papers

Organization of the Papers

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Correspondence, June 13-July 30, 1917,

Photographs, 1887-1960, undated,

Scrapbooks, 1887-1948,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

John A. Hulen:

An Inventory of the General John A. Hulen Papers at the Texas State Archives, 1887-1960, undated



Overview

Creator: Hulen, John A. (John Augustus), 1871-1957.
Title: General John A. Hulen papers
Dates: 1887-1960, undated
Abstract: Papers documenting the military career and life of Brigadier General John A. Hulen, who commanded the 72nd Infantry Brigade (1917-1919) and the 36th Infantry Division of the Texas National Guard (1922-1935), consist of correspondence, photographs, and scrapbooks, dating 1887-1960, undated. The correspondence mainly relates to recruitment activities in 1917 and includes letters and other documents. Photographs cover most of General Hulen's life, from his years in military school in the late 1880s to his retirement in the 1950s. Photographs from the 36th Division begin with the First World War and extend to 1960 and document military training, camp life, and early airplanes. Also present are aerial photos and official portraits of military personnel in the interwar period. The scrapbooks contain photographs, newspaper clippings, letters, telegrams, and printed materials that cover the course of General Hulen's military career, from 1887 to 1948.
Quantity: 9.14 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Biographical Sketch

General John Augustus Hulen was born in Centralia, Missouri on September 9, 1871, to Harvey and Fanny Morter Hulen. His family moved to Gainesville, Texas when he was two years old, where he attended public school before enrolling in Virginia's Staunton Military Academy in 1887. He subsequently attended the Marmaduke Military Academy in Missouri, from which he graduated in 1891. During this time, he joined Company G of the Third Texas Volunteer Infantry, known as the "Gainesville Rifles," as a private in 1887. He was commissioned a first lieutenant in 1889 and promoted to captain in 1893.

After graduation from Marmaduke, Hulen returned to Gainesville to go into business with his father, where he began selling real estate and insurance. On Valentine's Day 1893 he married a local girl, Frankie L. Race. They would not have any children. He became a railroad executive in 1896 but was frequently called away from his work due to military service. He held many different positions for local railroads, including serving as city passenger agent in Houston, then general freight and passenger agent. He worked his way up to the position of president of the Galveston Terminal Railway, the Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway, the Burlington-Rock Island Railroad, and the Houston Belt and Terminal Railroad. He also served as president of the Railway Managers Association of Texas. Hulen was involved in banking and served as a director of both the Fort Worth National Bank and the Second National Bank of Houston.

Although he had a successful career in the rail industry, the majority of Hulen's adult life was spent in military service. He was the commander of Troop D in the First Texas Volunteer Cavalry until 1898, when he was sent to the Spanish-American War as a brevet lieutenant colonel. He fought Philippine insurrectionists for two years in the jungle of northern Luzon as a captain for the 33rd United States Volunteer Infantry. As a result of his service there, he won the Silver Star. Governor Samuel Lanham promoted him to brigadier general when he returned to Texas in 1901. He retired from the position in 1907 but was recalled to service in 1916. From 1916 to 1917 General Hulen patrolled the Texas-Mexico border as commander of the Sixth Separate Brigade. In 1917, he was sent to Austin to assist in the reorganization of the state militia into the 36th Infantry Division. During World War I, he commanded the division's 72nd Brigade, winning the Distinguished Service Medal and twice being awarded the Croix de Guerre. He was appointed major general of the Texas National Guard in 1920 and commander of the 36th Infantry Division in 1922. He held this last position until his retirement in 1935, upon which Governor James Allred promoted him to the militia's highest rank of lieutenant general.

While his military career was winding down, Hulen began to take on other duties, including becoming a director of Texas Tech University (then Texas Technical College) from 1931 to 1937. He was also a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 1932 and was appointed regional salvage manager of the War Production Board by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1941.

Throughout his life, Hulen considered himself a Democrat and an Episcopalian and was a member of the Masons, Shriners, and Knights of Pythias. He died on September 14, 1957 in Palacios, Texas, near the military camp that had been named in his honor.

(Sources include: Jimmy M. Skaggs, "John Augustus Hulen," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed May 20, 2016; and "Gen. John Hulen, 86, Dies at Home," Houston Post, September 15, 1957.)

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

Brigadier General John A. Hulen began his military career in the Spanish-American War and later commanded the 72nd Infantry Brigade (1917-1919) and the 36th Infantry Division of the Texas National Guard (1922-1935), providing military leadership for the state and nation. The General John A. Hulen papers consist of correspondence, photographs, and scrapbooks, spanning the years 1887-1960, undated, and offering a detailed view into military life in the first half of the 20th century, along with glimpses of civilian life. Events featured are the Spanish-American War, World Wars I and II, military training and military weapons in the early 20th century, aviation, and railroads.

Correspondence is comprised of incoming and outgoing letters, telegrams, and recruiting cards, dating from June 13 to July 30, 1917 and relating to the recruitment of soldiers for the Texas National Guard during the First World War. In addition to correspondence from General John A. Hulen, other officials mentioned include Texas Adjutant General Henry Hutchings and Governor James E. Ferguson. Also appearing are letters of recommendation in support of individuals who were interested in joining the Texas National Guard, completed application forms from soldier candidates, and letters of instruction to local officials regarding recruitment and registration.

Approximately 1081 photographs collected by Hulen detail military and civilian life from 1887 to 1960, undated. They document Hulen's time as a cadet, his early military service in the Spanish-American War, military training leading up to World War I, the front lines in France in World War I, military training and camp life in the interwar period, early military planes and aerial photos, official portraits of military personnel, military weapons and equipment from the years immediately following World War II, events from the 36th Division, the front lines in Japan in World War II, European and American postcards from 1919, railroad exhibitions, banquets for the 36th Division and the railroad industry, Hulen's vacations, and greeting cards.

Nine scrapbooks, dating 1887-1948, contain photographs and newspaper clippings that chronicle Hulen's civilian life and his military career and achievements, from his years as a cadet until his retirement in 1935. One scrapbook includes portraits of General Hulen and approximately forty-five portrait photographs of gentlemen who were Hulen's business associates and other acquaintances. A few are identified: U.S. Senators Tom Connally and Charles A. Culberson, Vice President John N. Garner, and President Woodrow Wilson. The second scrapbook contains a photograph from 1899, which depicts the officers from the 33rd Infantry in camp at the Presidio, San Francisco, California. Later photographs were taken at Camp Scurry in Corpus Christi, Texas, and show tents and artillery reviews. One photograph, dated March 4, 1917, shows General John Joseph Pershing inspecting the troops. The third scrapbook consists of photographs and newspaper clippings that span General Hulen's military career, including activities in the Spanish-American War and daily life at Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas. Some clippings trace the brigade's movement through France. There are photographs of General Hulen's staff, in addition to clippings that describe his homecoming and citations that he received for bravery and gallantry.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

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Organization of the Papers

The papers are organized according to record type into three series and 17 subseries:
Correspondence, 1917, 1.5 cubic ft.
Photographs, 1887-1960, undated, 5.8 cubic ft.
Scrapbooks, 1887-1935, 1.84 cubic ft.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Under the Copyright Act of 1976 as amended in 1998, unpublished manuscripts are protected at a minimum through December 31, 2002 or 70 years after the author's death. Researchers are responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.

Scrapbooks are too fragile and/or large to be photocopied.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects (Persons):
Connally, Tom, 1877-1963.
Culberson, Charles A. (Charles Allen), 1855-1925.
Ferguson, James Edward, 1871-1944.
Garner, John Nance, 1868-1967.
Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1860-1948.
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.
Subjects (Organizations):
Texas. National Guard.
United States. Army. Infantry Division, 36th.
Subjects:
Military weapons--United States.
Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945.
Spanish-American War, 1898--Philippines.
World War, 1914-1918--France.
World War, 1939-1945--Japan.
Places:
Austin (Tex.)
Camp Mabry (Austin, Tex.)
Camp Scurry (Corpus Christi, Tex.)
Corpus Christi (Tex.)
Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.)
Document Types:
Clippings (information artifacts)--Texas.
Correspondence--Texas.
Panoramas--Texas.
Photographs--Texas.
Postcards--Texas.
Scrapbooks--Texas.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Frank S. Tillman collection, 1915-1939 and undated, 0.94 cubic ft.
Frank Tillman photograph collection, about 1914-1940s, 17.5 cubic ft. (about 3200 photographs) [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call number is 1/142.]
Clarence Lincoln and Nellie Donnan Test papers, 1776-1961, bulk 1894-1961, 2.36 cubic ft.
Robert Wagner collection of 36th Division materials, [1922?], 1936-1938, 1940-1971, [1975?], bulk 1942-1945, 7.75 cubic ft., 2 audio tapes, 90 maps in the Historical Map Archive, and 80 photographs and 26 negatives in the Prints and Photographs Collection
Texas Adjutant General's Department, Texas National Guard military rolls, 1902-1913, 1915, 1917, 1935, undated, 9.21 cubic ft.
Texas Adjutant General's Department, Texas Volunteers (Spanish-American War) records, 1898-1904, bulk 1898-1901, 3.97 cubic ft.
Thirty-Sixth Division Association papers, 1857-1964 and [19--], 13 ft., 2 in. [There is no finding aid for these papers. Call numbers are 2-22/803 thru 836, 2-7/1336 thru 1343, 1349, 2-22L/14.]
Texas Tech University, Southwest Collection
John A. Hulen Papers, 1908-1971 and undated, 0.07 cubic ft.
Texas National Guard Records, 1900-1964, 7 cubic ft.
National Archives and Records Administration
American Unofficial Collection of World War I Photographs, 1917-1918, 260 linear feet, 6 linear inches
Publications
United States. War Department. General Staff. Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs. Washington: Govt. print. off, 1919.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), General John A. Hulen papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1972/115

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Thirty-Sixth Division Association on March 15, 1972.

Processing Information

Collection initially processed by staff archivists in the 1970s

DACS-compliant finding aid and XML markup by Kristin Law and Kristen Marx, students from the University of Texas at Austin, School of Information, spring 2012

Additions to scrapbook series, relocation of oversized prints and photographs, and edits to description by Rebecca Romanchuk, May 2016

Item level photograph titles added by Halley Grogan, February 2017

Other Formats for the Collection

Select photographs described in this finding aid have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/prints-and-photo-collections/general-john-a-hulen-papers/.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

Correspondence, June 13-July 30, 1917,
1.5 cubic ft.

Brigadier General John A. Hulen assisted in the reorganization of the state militia into the 36th Infantry Division in 1917 and commanded the 72nd Brigade of that division during World War I, winning the Distinguished Service Medal and twice being awarded the Croix de Guerre. Correspondence within the General John A. Hulen papers consists of incoming and outgoing letters, telegrams and recruiting cards relating to the recruitment of soldiers for the Texas National Guard during World War I, dating June 13-July 30, 1917. In addition to correspondence from General John A. Hulen, other officials mentioned include Texas Adjutant General Henry Hutchings and Governor James E. Ferguson. Letters of recommendation in support of individuals who were interested in joining the Texas National Guard are included as are completed application forms from soldier candidates and letters from Hutchings regarding recruitment and registration. These letters give instructions on how the forms were to be completed by each county or city and are addressed to the sheriffs of all counties and the mayors of cities of over thirty thousand people. Among the correspondence are note cards that serve as a daily recruitment report, signed by a local official, which indicate the town or city, date, the number of men recruited on that day, and the total number of men recruited to date.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically as received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Correspondence, General John A. Hulen papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
2-23/1107 Correspondence, June 13, 1917
Correspondence, June 14, 1917
Correspondence, June 15, 1917
Correspondence, June 16, 1917
Correspondence, June 17, 1917
Correspondence, June 18, 1917
Correspondence, June 19, 1917
Correspondence, June 20, 1917
Correspondence, June 21, 1917
Correspondence, June 22, 1917
Correspondence, June 23, 1917
Box
2-23/1108 Correspondence, June 25, 1917
Correspondence, June 26, 1917
Correspondence, June 27, 1917
Correspondence, June 28, 1917
Correspondence, June 29, 1917
Correspondence, June 30, 1917
Correspondence, July 1, 1917
Correspondence, July 2, 1917
Correspondence, July 3, 1917
Correspondence, July 4, 1917
Box
2-23/1109 Correspondence, July 5, 1917
Correspondence, July 6, 1917
Correspondence, July 7, 1917
Correspondence, July 8, 1917
Correspondence, July 9, 1917
Correspondence, July 10, 1917
Correspondence, July 11, 1917
Correspondence, July 12, 1917
Correspondence, July 13, 1917
Correspondence, July 14, 1917
Correspondence, July 15, 1917
Correspondence, July 15-30, 1917

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Photographs,1887-1960, undated,
5.8 cubic ft.

Brigadier General John A. Hulen began his military career in the Spanish-American War and later commanded the 72nd Infantry Brigade (1917-1919) and the 36th Infantry Division of the Texas National Guard (1922-1935), providing military leadership for the state and nation. Approximately 1,063 photographs collected by Hulen detail military and civilian life from 1887 to 1960, undated. They document Hulen's time as a cadet, his early military service in the Spanish-American War, military training leading up to World War I, the front lines in France in World War I, military training and camp life in the interwar period, early military planes and aerial photographs, official portraits of military personnel, military weapons and equipment from the years immediately following World War II, events from the 36th Division, the front lines in Japan during World War II, European and American postcards from 1919, railroad exhibitions, banquets for the 36th Division, Hulen's business interests in the railroad industry in Texas, personal vacations, and greeting cards. Further photographs of note include a signed picture of General Douglas MacArthur and photographs of the Italian front lines during D-Day of World War II.
Organization
The photographs are organized into 17 subgroups by subject or photographic format:
Cadet years, 1887-1890
Early military years, 1893-1910, undated
World War I pre-Europe, 1916-1918, undated
World War I France, 1918-1919, undated
Later military years, 1919-1953, undated
Aviation, 1926-1934, undated
Aerial photographs, 1926-1928, undated
Parades and demonstrations, 1928-about 1940s
Military portraits, 1910s-1920s
General portraits, 1910s-1920s
Weapons, 1949-1957, undated
36th Division, 1943-1960
Second Sino-Japanese War, 1930s
Non-military photographs, 1930s-1940s, undated
Postcards, 1919-1945, bulk 1919
Civilian life, 1893-1957, undated
Panoramas and oversize photographs, 1889-1950, undated
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Photographs, General John A. Hulen papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
Cadet years, 1887-1890
[These photographs are from Hulen's time spent as a cadet at the Staunton Military Academy in Staunton, Virginia, dating 1889-1890. Additional images and correspondence from Staunton Military Academy are located in the subgroups Civilian life and Panoramas and oversize photographs.]
Box Photo
PP0247A 1972/115-1 Color Guard, four students including Hulen at Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Virginia, 1889-1890
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Lithotype Printing Co., 111 Nassau St., New York.]
1972/115-2 Cadets in repose, Hulen's class, Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Virginia, 1887-1889
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
[Photographer: L. Tobler.]
Early military years, 1893-1910, undated
[Images are of Camp Sanger in Fort Riley, Kansas, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, the Spanish-American War in the Philippines, the State Camp of the Texas National Guard held in Austin in August 1903, and the Texas National Guard's Mexican border mobilization. The photographs also feature Hulen's comrades who fought with him in these arenas, including members of the 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry and 1st U.S. Volunteer Texas Cavalry.]
Box Photo
PPF001 1972/115-1081 "John's comrades," state encampment, First Regiment, Texas Volunteer Cavalry, Troop H, Austin, Texas, 1893
[one eighth plate tintype (print)]
[Group of nine officers probably including: Hulen, Lieutenants George W. Womack, R.P. Blackburn, D.E. Berry and J.R. Shortridge, Surgeon G.L. Spurlock, Sergeants J.A. Carr, Sam A. Cherry, George W. Stice and D.T. Morton.]
Box Photo
PP0247A 1972/115-3 Group portrait of four men; three seated, one standing, November 15, 1898
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
[Compliments of Lieutenant Colonel Hulen's Sergeant Major J. Stewart Clarke.]
1972/115-4 Unidentified group of six young men wearing white striped pants and riding boots, about 1903
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
1972/115-5 Man standing with walking stick, undated
[one 2.25 x 3.25-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-6 Tossing man in the air, undated
[one 3 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-7 Camp scene, Texas National Guard, about 1900-1910
[one 3 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-8 and 9 Targets with bullet holes, undated
[two 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-10 Group portrait of eight men sitting on front steps of building, six of the eight in uniform, two in civilian dress; man in center has binoculars around his neck, Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas, December 1905
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[General Hulen mid-front and Colonel Oscar C. Guessaz third from left, second row.]
1972/115-11 thru 17 Group portrait of men in military uniforms with TEXAS sign on ground, Camp Mabry, Austin, December 1905
[seven 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
[Note: Copies of the same image.]
[General Hulen mid-front and Colonel Oscar C. Guessaz third from left, second row.]
1972/115-18 Troops standing on parade grounds in review, undated
[one 3 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-19 Cavalry drill at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas National Guard, undated
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
1972/115-20 Walled city view, Manilla, Philippine Insurgency, about 1900
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-21 Luther R. Hare, Captain, 7th U.S. Cavalry, Colonel, 1st U.S. Volunteer Texas Cavalry, San Antonio, during his time with 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Spanish-American War, November 1898-1900
[one 4 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Brack, San Antonio, Texas.]
1972/115-22 First Lieutenant George Lea Febiger, 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 1898-1900
[one 4 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: G. Moses & Son, 722 Canal St., New Orleans, LA.]
1972/115-24 Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy, J. Gillmore/Gilmore, Yokohama, Japan, about 1900
[one 5 x 7-inch cabinet card]
[Photographer: A. Farsari and Co., Yokohama, Japan. Appreciation on back for rescue in December 1899 by Hulen, Commander Co D, 33rd U.S. Infantry "As a remembrance of the times and hardships of the 33rd in the mountains of Cagayan, P.I., after rescuing."]
1972/115-30 Major and Chief Surgeon Fredric[k] Hadra, 1st Texas Volunteer Cavalry, later the 33rd, San Antonio, about 1898
[one 4 x 6-inch cabinet card]
[Photographer: Brack, San Antonio. Image shows his medical and U.S.V. insignia.]
1972/115-31 Surgeon Fredric Hadra, 33rd U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, San Antonio, November 1898-1900
[one 4 x 6-inch cabinet card]
[Photographer: Brack, San Antonio. Image shows his medical and U.S.V. insignia.]
1972/115-32 Possibly the Filipino boy, Rudolfo Fernandez, that Hulen brought home from Philippine Insurgency, Manila, about 1900
[one 2 x 3-inch carte-de-visite (card photograph)]
[Photographer: Fotografia Pertierra, Propietario: Guillermo Sternberg, Calle Carriedo No. 2, Manila. Rudolfo was educated in Houston, Austin and at Rice, and he accompanied Hulen to France in WWI.]
1972/115-33 First Lieutenant (later Captain) D. McClelland, 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Honolulu, Hawaii, about 1900
[one 2 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
[On front: "On the road to Madeline?"]
1972/115-34 Charlie W. Nimon, 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry, undated
[one 4 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Shows TEX crossed rifle insignia on collar.]
1972/115-35 Unidentified member of U.S. Volunteer Infantry in uniform, about 1900-1905
[one 3.5 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-36 Captain John A. Hulen, Quartermaster of 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Austin, Texas, about 1900-1905
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted oval.]
[Photographer: Berner Marks Studio, Austin, Texas.]
1972/115-37 Lieutenant S.L. Jefferies, Company D, 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry, San Antonio, Texas, November 1898-1900
[one 4 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
[Photographer: Brack, San Antonio.]
1972/115-38 Formal full length portrait of Pickens E. Woodson, formal full length portrait in whites, about 1900
[one 3 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
[Appreciation on front.]
1972/115-39 Group portrait of 13 men in military uniforms; three sitting, the rest standing behind, Philippines, about 1900
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
Box Photo
PPB016 1972/115-40 Group portrait of three rows of men in uniform by large tent, about 1900
[one 10 x 12.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
Box Photo
PP0247A 1972/115-41 Officers of Texas National Guard at Fort Riley maneuvers, Colonel N.N. Raspapoff, Russian Military attache, Camp Sanger, Fort Riley, Kansas, 1903
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
1972/115-42 Parade of horse drawn wagons through unidentified town, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is yellow.]
1972/115-43 Texas Governor S.W.T. Lanham, 1903-1907
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted oval.]
[Lanham promoted Hulen to Brigadier General and Adjutant General.]
Photograph album of the State Camp of the Texas National Guard, Austin, 1903
[Note: A caption list for each of the 33 photographs appears at the front of the album. Photos 12, 15, and 28 are missing.]
World War I pre-Europe, 1916-1918, undated
[These photographs are of training and camp life for Texas troops during the early years of World War I, before deployment to the front lines in Europe. Scenes include parade drills and review of troops, artillery training, views of camp buildings, and aerial views. Hulen is often shown in uniform speaking with other military personnel. Locations include Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi; Camp Bowie, Fort Worth; and Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio; along with troop parades in San Antonio. The majority of the images are by commercial photographer J.O. Sanders and Swafford, The Photo Man, and include identifying image numbers and captions.]
Box Photo
PP0247A 1972/115-44a Tractor-drawn train of wagons of hay (cotton) bales, view from front, 1917
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-44b Tractor-drawn train of wagons of hay (cotton) bales, view from side showing length of train, 1917
[one 5 x 12-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-45 Swafford No. 3683. Nueces County Courthouse, Corpus Christi, Texas, about 1916-1917
[one 5 x 7-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-46 Swafford No. 3250. Gulf Coast Marines, "All is well with the fisher folk," Corpus Christi, Texas, about 1916-1917
[one 5 x 7-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-47 Swafford No. 3237. Broadway looking north, Corpus Christi, Texas, about 1916-1917
[one 5 x 7-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-48 Swafford No. 3626. Drinking fountain and steps, Broadway and Peoples Street, Corpus Christi, Texas, about 1916-1917
[one 5 x 7-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-49 Sanders No. 405. On the Rio Grande, Camp Scurry, Roma, Texas, about July 1916
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-50 Sanders No. 427. Co F, Corpus Christi bound, Camp Scurry, Roma, Texas, about July 1916
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-51 Sanders No. 430. As Camp Scurry looked the morning of the first, Camp Scurry, Roma, Texas, about July 1916
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-52 Sanders No. 440. Building streets, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-53 Sanders No. 443. Where the waste disappears, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-54 Sanders No. 465. Texas Chaparral, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-55 and 56 Sanders No. 476. Camp scenes, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[two 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards]
[Note: Copies of the same image.]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-57 Sanders No. 477. Co. F "sunning," Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-58 Sanders No. 480. Weekly review, Texas F.H. (Field Hospital) No.1 in foreground, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-59 Sanders No. 489. Texas troops passing in review, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-60 Sanders No. 490. Co. F, in weekly review, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-61 Sanders No. 491. Passing in review, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-62 Sanders No. 493. Passing in review, 3rd Texas M-G (Machine-Gun) Co., Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-63 Sanders No. 494. Battery A, Texas Field Artillery, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-64 Sanders No. 497. Passing in review, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, March 5, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-65 Sanders No. 498. Sixth Separate Brigade, T.N.G. (Texas National Guard), Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-66 Sanders No. 503. First Texas Brigade in column of squads, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
1972/115-67 and 068 Sanders No. 502. General Pershing reviewing Texas troops, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, March 4, 1917
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Copies of same image.]
[Photographer: J.O. Sanders.]
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PP0247B 1972/115-69 Swafford No. 4632. Mexican types, "Kids, cactus and pups," Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-70 Swafford No. 4667. Artillery, the battery making ready for a march, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-71 Swafford No. 4668. Artillery, ready to start for the front, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-72 Swafford No. 4671. Army scenes, a military blacksmith shop, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-73 Swafford No. 4676. Army scenes, officers of U.S. Signal Corp receiving messages, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-74 Swafford No. 4684. Army scenes, a troop of U.S. Cavalry on the march, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-75 Swafford No. 4733. Army scenes, camp light for the soldiers of Uncle Sam, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-76 and 77 Swafford No. 4761. General Frederick Funston, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-February 1917
[two 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards]
[Note: Copies of same image.]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-78 thru 81 Swafford No. 4762. General Frederick Funston, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-February 1917
[two 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards]
[Note: Copies of same image.]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-82 General (Frederick) Funston, Parker and Hulen review, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, October 3, 1916
[one 3 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-83 thru 86 Swafford No. 4771. General Frederick Funston, Parker and Hulen review the troops, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-February 1917
[four 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards]
[Note: Copies of same image.]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-87 Swafford No. 4775. General Funston reviews the troops and army equipment, with Parker and Hulen, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-February 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-88 Swafford No. 5023. Army bread, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-89 Swafford No. 5029. In camp with the 2nd Texas Infantry, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-90 Swafford No. 5044. View of 2nd Regiment camp, incinerator in foreground, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-91 Swafford No. 5056. Army scenes, labor detail, roads and drainage ditches, packard trucks, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, December 1916-February 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-92 Swafford No. 5071. Army scenes, wagon train, supply department, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-93 Swafford No. 5777. "Artillery on the road," M1902 3-inch gun; man leading horse wears a M1912 holster and pistol belt, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-94 and 95 Swafford No. 5079. Brigade headquarters, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[two 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards]
[Note: Copies of same image.]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-96 Swafford No. 5086. Firing the machine gun, M1909 machine rifle, Benet-Mercie, drilling only, 1911 leggings, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-97 Swafford No. 5787. Ready for review, National Guard Infantry, 1903 Infantry equipment (machine gun platoon with mules, left center), Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-98 Combat practice, the firing line, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-99 Street machine gun, 3rd Texas, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-100 Parade of troops marching through town, 111th Signal, about 1918
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Similar to images 1972/115-115 thru 117.]
1972/115-101 Benet-Mercier machine gun, Texas National Guard, 2nd Texas, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-102 Co. M., camp scenes (men in line for food), Texas National Guard, 2nd Texas, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-103 Machine Gun Company 2nd, camp scenes, Texas National Guard, 2nd Texas, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-104 Camp scene, Co. L., Texas National Guard, 2nd Texas, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-105 Camp scene, Co. L., Texas National Guard, 2nd Texas, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-106 Cooks, Co. H., Texas National Guard, 2nd Texas, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-107 Mule skimmers of the 2nd, Texas National Guard, 2nd Texas, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-108 Lewis machine gun, blow 6-inch circle, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-109 Group of men in uniform in front of palm trees, Hulen in the center of the group, undated
[one 3 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-110 Large old house, undated
[one 4.5 x 6.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Photo is ripped and in two pieces.]
1972/115-112 thru 114 Parade down city street, rainy day, about 1918
[three 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-115 thru 117 Parade of troops marching through town with street cars, steeple, English signs, residential area, European look, 111th Signal, about 1918
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: similar to image 1972/115-100.]
1972/115-118 Waiting for train at station, about 1918
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-119 thru 126 Troops on field-drill, at ease, band seated on ground, flag, partially furled, insignia not legible, about 1918
[eight 3 x 6-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-127 Buildings and palm trees, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is blurry.]
1972/115-128 Man standing by river, undated
[one 2.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-129 Buildings, tents, truck and palm trees, undated
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-130 Buildings, tents, truck and palm trees, undated
[one 3 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-131 Six men on horseback carrying American flag and jousts, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Studer Photo Company, Commercial Department, San Antonio, Texas.]
1972/115-132 Man seated fixing jacket, undated
[one 7.25 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-133 Review of 36th Division, Fort Worth, 1918
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcard]
1972/115-134 National Guard Mobilization Camp, San Antonio, Texas, taken from aeroplane flown by Miss Marjorie Stinson (aerial view of camp), about 1916
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: C.O. Lee.]
1972/115-135 National Guard Mobilization Camp, San Antonio, Texas, taken from aeroplane flown by Miss Marjorie Stinson (aerial view of camp), about 1916
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: C.O. Lee.]
1972/115-136 Birdseye view of part of Fort Sam Houston, taken from aeroplane flown by Miss Marjorie Stinson (aerial view of camp), about 1916
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: C.O. Lee.]
1972/115-137 National Guard Mobilization Camp, San Antonio, Texas, taken from aeroplane flown by Miss Marjorie Stinson (aerial view of camp), about 1916
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: C.O. Lee.]
1972/115-139 Two men standing together, one in civilian clothing, one in military uniform, undated
[one 4 x 6.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Image 42. Compliments of C.O. Lee, 333 Alamo Plaza.]
1972/115-140 Chaplain (Marius S.) Chataignon, pastor of Sacred Heart Church of Galveston, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-141 Ho Ti guards co., entrenching at Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, 1917
[one 2 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-142 Just before the machine gun exploded, killing seven, Camp Bowie, Fort Worth, Texas National Guard, 1917
[one 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-143 and 144 Camp Bowie days, man, woman and dog in front of tent, Fort Worth, August 1917-July 1918
[two 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-145 Group of four men in uniform and two women in front of tent, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-146 Two flags, the "Colors," U.S. and 4th Texas, Texas National Guard, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-147 and 148 Meeting tent in field with military insignia Texas-Oklahoma National Guard, 36th Division T-Patch, after 1917
[two 2.25 x 4.25-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Copies of the same image.]
1972/115-149 Parade down street with men in uniform and crowds, undated
[one 4 x 6.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-150 Parade down street with men in uniform and crowds, undated
[one 4.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-151 Camp scenes, tents folded, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 2 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-152 Men standing in review with swords, three men out in front, undated
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-153 Men on horseback on parade grounds, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-154 Men on horseback and with wagons on parade grounds, undated
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-155 thru 157 Men on horseback and crowds by hillside, undated
[three 2.75 x 4.25-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-158 Kitchen Co. A., 3rd Texas, Hot Light Guards, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-159 Co. Street A and band, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-160 Regimental street, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, 2nd Texas, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-161 Man sleeping on ground by bottle, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-162 Headquarters, mess hall and office, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-163 Brigade headquarters and tents, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-164 Corporal Coen, Co. A, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-165 Prisoners at work, 2nd Regiment, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-166 Trucks in line along tents, 1917
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-167 Man walking along line of tents, 1917
[one 3.25 x 5.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-168 Headquarters, kitchen and cook, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-169 Texas Brigade headquarters office, undated
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-170 Man standing by Texas Brigade headquarters office, undated
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-171 Looking over part of 3rd Infantry camp, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-172 Co. I, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-173 Co. D, washes dishes, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-174 Co. L, field instruction, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-175 Evening mess, officers of 3rd, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, 3rd Texas, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-176 Hauling at camp drainage ditch, building roads for an army, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-177 Officers at hospital tent, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
1972/115-178 Making a company street (horse and mule team), Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, Texas National Guard, September 1916-March 1917
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Swafford, The Photo Man, Aransas Pass, Texas.]
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PP0247C 1972/115-179 and 180 Barracks, undated
[two 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards]
[Note: Copies of the same image.]
1972/115-181 Soldiers standing with gear on ground in front of them, undated
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcard]
1972/115-182 Hulen in khakis, full body shot, 142nd Infantry, Camp Bowie, Fort Worth, Texas, August 1917-July 1918
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
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PP0248A 1972/115-250 General Funston, February 18, 1917
[one 4 x 6.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-255 Hulen in uniform and boots, full length photo in military uniform at camp headquarters, Camp Scurry, Corpus Christi, about 1917
[one 3 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
World War I France, 1918-1919, undated
[These images are of American and British troops on the front lines in France during World War I including 141st, 142nd, 143rd and 144th Infantry, 71st and 72nd Brigades, 36th Division. Also included are a few images of German prisoners held by troops and female members of the American Red Cross assisting troops and prisoners. Images capture the towns of Ville-sur-Tierre; Boureuilles, Meuse; St. Vaubourg; La Cheppe, Marne; Tanlay, Flogue and Lignieres in Yonne; Melissey Younne; Coetquidan, Ille et Vilaine; Tonnerre; Dricourt in the Ardennes department; and Bligny in the Aube department in France and Costnieuwkerke, Belgium. Hulen's military identification card is among these images. Many of the images were created by Signal Corp photographers and include the original American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) captions.]
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PP0247A 1972/115-23 Group portrait of unidentified men, women and waiters in front of restaurant in France, about 1919
[one 6 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-25 G. Stranahan Broome, 36th Division, France, 1918-1919
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcard]
[Inscribed "In remembrance of Ye Olde Tanlay days."]
1972/115-26 thru 28 Captain Maurice Radier, Hulen's French aide, France, 1918-1919
[three 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
[Note: Copies of the same image.]
1972/115-29 George D. Sears, Hulen's liaison officer, 36th Division, 72nd Brigade, France, about 1918
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Inscribed "Yours for Liaison, Seepes."]
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PP0247C 1972/115-183 British officers inspecting protective barricades, 36th Division, France, about 1917-1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-184 Signal Corps Photo 24127. 144th Regiment Infantry (formerly 4th and 6th Regiments Infantry, Texas National Guard) at rifle grenade practice in the 13th Training Section. Crouching to avoid flying piece from the bursts, Ville-sur-Tierre, France, August 29, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-185 Signal Corps Photo 24128. Rifle grenade practice at the 13th Training Section. Placing the grenades on the rifles. 144th Regiment Infantry (formerly 4th and 6th Regiments Infantry, Texas National Guard), Ville-sur-Tierre, France, August 29, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-186 Signal Corps Photo 24129. Firing a Stokes trench mortar in the position used in open warfare. A tripod is seldom carried. 142nd Regiment Infantry (formerly 7th Regiment Infantry, Texas National Guard, and 1st Regiment Infantry, Oklahoma National Guard.), August 29, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-187 Signal Corps Photo 24130. Bursts from the Stokes trench mortar bombs. 142nd Regiment Infantry (formerly 7th Regiment Infantry, Texas National Guard and 1st Regiment Infantry, Oklahoma National Guard), Ville-sur-Tierre, France, August 29, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-188 Signal Corps Photo. Squad with a one-pounder, France, about 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-189 Signal Corps Photo 24134. On the way back to the hospital. 144th Regiment Infantry (formerly 4th and 6th Regiments Infantry, Texas National Guard), Ville-sur-Tierre, France, August 29, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-190 American Expeditionary Force identity card for Brigadier Geneneral John A. Hulen, 36th Division, 72nd Infantry Brigade, 144th Infantry, September 1918
[one 4 x 5.25-inch identity card]
1972/115-191 Signal Corps Photo 31859. Prisoners on way to Post Command of 36th Division, near 35th Division Headquarters, near Boureuilles, Meuse, France, September 26, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-192 Signal Corps Photo 30585. Major General William R. Smith commanding general 36th Division, gives command of sector to Major General Joseph Spire, 22nd French Division, after holding this sector for 22 days and advancing from St. Etienne to the canal along, October 28, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Compare with image 40516.]
1972/115-193 Signal Corps Photo 24698. Members of Company D, 111th Engineers (formerly 1st Battalion Engineers, Texas National Guard, and 1st Battalion Engineers, Oklahoma National Guard), First Corps building road. Boureuilles, France, September 26, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-194 Signal Corps Photo. Boy fishing from bridge with troops, Bayell, France, about 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-195 and 196 Signal Corps Photo 30589. The last day in the Ardennes was celebrated by the 36th Division by advancing two kilometers and taking 162 prisoners, mostly all of whom were Prussians, Dricourt, Ardennes, France, September 28, 1918
[two 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-197.]
1972/115-197 Signal Corps Photo 30589. The last day in the Ardennes was celebrated by the 36th Division by advancing two kilometers and taking 162 prisoners, mostly all of whom were Prussians, Dricourt, Ardennes, France, September 28, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-195 and 1972/115-196.]
1972/115-198 Signal Corps Photo 30594. When the 36th Division advanced over this territory October 12 and 13 they saw many white flags on buildings at St. Vaubourg. During the night, despite the flags, the Germans shelled the town heavily with high explosives and gas, October 28, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-199.]
1972/115-199 Signal Corps Photo 30594. When the 36th Division advanced over this territory October 12 and 13 they saw many white flags on buildings at St. Vaubourg. During the night, despite the flags, the Germans shelled the town heavily with high explosives and gas, October 28, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-198.]
1972/115-200 and 201 Signal Corps Photo 30558. Miss Adele Birdsall and Miss Thomas, of the American Red Cross, dispensing chocolate to men just in from the line. American Red Cross, Senoncourt, Meuse, France (northeast of Souilly), October 14, 1918
[two 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-202.]
1972/115-202 Signal Corps Photo 30558. Miss Adele Birdsall and Miss Thomas, of the American Red Cross, dispensing chocolate to men just in from the line. American Red Cross, Senoncourt, Meuse, France (northeast of Souilly), October 14, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-200 and 201.]
1972/115-203 and 204 Signal Corps Photo 27540. General view of railhead of the 36th Division. Water wagons and field ranges which have just been unloaded are seen. Quartermaster Corps. La Cheppe, Marne, France, October 18, 1918
[two 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-205.]
1972/115-205 Signal Corps Photo 27540. General view of railhead of the 36th Division. Water wagons and field ranges which have just been unloaded are seen. Quartermaster Corps. La Cheppe, Marne, France, October 18, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-203 and 204.]
1972/115-206 Signal Corps Photo 30599. View of the 111th Sanitary Train, 36th Division, with Lieutenant Colonel John J. O'Reilly, commanding Major H.M. Helen and Captain W.P. Fite, divisional gas surgeon, in foreground, near Dricourt, Ardennes, France, October 28, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-207.]
1972/115-207 Signal Corps Photo 30599. View of the 111th Sanitary Train, 36th Division, with Lieutenant Colonel John J. O'Reilly, commanding Major H.M. Helen and Captain W.P. Fite, divisional gas surgeon, in foreground, near Dricourt, Ardennes, France, October 28, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-206.]
1972/115-208 Signal Corps Photo 30597. Salvage dump of the 36th Division, ten million francs worth of Boche material was salvaged in 22 days on the line, near Dricourt, Ardennes, France, October 28, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-209 Signal Corps Photo 24137. Colonel W.A. Burnside, G-1 general staff of the 36th Division, Bar-sur-Aube, France, August 23, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-210 Signal Corps Photo 24138. Colonel C.S. Williams, Chief of Staff of the 36th Division, Bar-sur-Aube, France, August 23, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
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PP0248A 1972/115-211 Hulen in uniform standing in front of car, Marne, France, November 1918
[one 2.5 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-213.]
1972/115-212 Radier, Hulen and Broom standing in front of car, Marne, France, November 1918
[one 2.5 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-213 Hulen in uniform standing in front of car, Marne, France, November 1918
[one 2.5 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-211.]
1972/115-214 Radier and woman, France, about 1918
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-215 Signal Corps Photo 155941. Staff of 72nd Brigade, Tanlay, Yonne, France, composed of 143rd Infantry and 144th Infantry Regiments, 133rd Machine Gun Battalion, 111th Engineers, 111th Field Signal Battalion, Division Trains and 61st Field Artillery Brigade, 1918-1919
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[1st row (l-r): Lieutenant George D. Sears, liaison officer for 72nd Brigade, Major Lewis Randolph Bryan [Adjutant], Brigadier General John A. Hulen, Captain Maurice Radier, French Aide; 2nd row (l-r) Lieutenant Clyde M. Elbert, ADC, Lieutenant E.S. Lyne, Lieutenant John F. Lehane, ADC, and Lieutenant G.S. Broom(e).]
1972/115-216 Signal Corps Photo 156003. Colonel Roberts, Commanding Officer 144th Infantry, Tanlay, Yonne, France, 1918-1919
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-217 Signal Corps Photo 40493. Brigadier General Pegram Whitworth and hia staff at brigade headquarters, Flogny, Yonne, France, December 7, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[(left to right, standing) Lieutenant L.W. Smith, Lieutenant A.H. Boyd, Lieutenant T.G. Poland, Lieutenand J.H. Barnard, Lieutenant R.F. Bolenbaker; (seated) Major Edwing E. Holenback, Adjutant, Brigadier General Pegram Whitworth, Lieutenant F. Turnbull.]
1972/115-218 Signal Corps Photo 30859. Chaplain Charles A. Bexroad, senior chaplain of the 91st Division, Costnieuwkerke, Belgium, October 23, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-219 Signal Corps Photo 157305. General Pershing decorating men of the 36th Division with D.S.C., Melissey Younne, France, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Not AEF caption.]
1972/115-220 Signal Corps Photo 157359. 132nd Machine Gun Battalion of 71st Brigade of the 36th Division in action, France, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[132nd Machine Gun Battalion of 71st Brigade of the 36th Division.]
1972/115-221 Signal Corps Photo 157360. Machine gun nest in position, Senencourt, Meuse, France, 36th Division, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-222 Signal Corps Photo 161903. Sergeant S.M. Sampler, Co. H., 142nd Infantry, awarded Congressional Medal of Honor, France, 1918
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[142nd Infantry, 71st Brigade.]
1972/115-223 Signal Corps Photo 161904. Corporal H.L. Turner, Co. F., 142nd Infantry, awarded Congressional Medial of Honor, Cheney, Yonne, France, 1918
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[142nd Infantry, 71st Brigade.]
1972/115-224 Signal Corps Photo 40475. Officers of 111th Field Signal Battalion, 36th Division, at mess. Major George A. Robinson (mustache and beard) at head of table. Continuing around the table from his right: Lieutenant Colonel E.R. Andrews, division signal office, November 30, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-225 Signal Corps Photo 40482. Major General William R. Smith decorates Major Thomas D. Barton with D.S.C. before major's battalion. Major Barton in foreground, General Smith and staff passing in rear. Lignieres, Yonne, France, December 8, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-226 Signal Corps Photo 40476. Major General William R. Smith, 36th Division, and his immediate staff. Back row, left to right: Captain Edward N. Maher, aide-de-camp; Lieutenant Colonel W.L. Culberson, G-1; Lieutenant Colonel J.A. Atkins, G-3; Captain Alexander W. Spence, aide-de-camp; Lieutenant Lucien B. Coppinger, aide-de-camp. Front row: Colonel E.J. Williams, chief of staff; Major General William R. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel C.H. Mason, G-2, Tronchoy, Yonne, France, December 7, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-227.]
1972/115-227 Signal Corps Photo 40477. Major General William R. Smith, 36th Division, and his immediate staff. Back row, left to right: Captain Edward N. Maher, aide-de-camp; Lieutenant Colonel W.L. Culberson, G-1; Lieutenant Colonel J.A. Atkins, G-3; Captain Alexander W. Spence, aide-de-camp; Lieutenant Lucien B. Coppinger, aide-de-camp. Front row: Colonel E.J. Williams, chief of staff; Major General William R. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel C.H. Mason, G-2, Tronchoy, Yonne, France, December 7, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-226.]
[AEF caption replaced handwritten caption: 36th Division staff, Trenchley, Yonne, France.]
1972/115-228 Signal Corps Photo 40516. Major General William R. Smith (left); Brigadier General Hulen, 72nd Brigade (with garrison cap); Brigadier General Pegram Whitworth, 71st Brigade, Lignieres, Yonne, France, December 8, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-229 Signal Corps Photo 40522. Lieutenant Colonel Logan division quartermaster, at railhead, Ervy, Aube, France, December 5, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-230 Signal Corps Photo 40525. Lieutenant Colonel H. Hawley, machine gun officer, 36th Division (right), criticising work of Machine Gun Battalion in maneuvers. Colonel Grant on left, Chaserey, Aube, Hill 244, France, December 6, 1918
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-231 Signal Corps Photo 78904. Brigadier General John A Hulen, Commander 72nd Infantry Brigade, 36th Division, taken at brigade headquarters, Tanlay, Yonne, France, December 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[144th Infantry, 72nd Brigade.]
1972/115-232 Signal Corps Photo. French soldier afixing medal to standard, France, 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[5920 on verso.]
1972/115-233 Signal Corps Photo 78871. Charlie W. Nimon, Colonel, Commanding Officer, 111th Trains and military police, 72nd Infantry Brigade, 36th Division, before 1917
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-234 Signal Corps Photo 51203. Brigade headquarters, 61st Artillery Brigade, Camp de Coetquidan, Coetquidan, Ille et Vilaine, France, January 16, 1919
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-235 Signal Corps Photo 51203. Brigade headquarters, 61st Artillery Brigade, Camp de Coetquidan, Coetquidan, Ille et Vilaine, France, January 16, 1919
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-236 Signal Corps Photo 78889. C.P. (Command Post), 141st Infantry, Chaurse, France, about 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-237 Signal Corps Photo 155942. Headquarters 72nd Brigade, while in Barsur-aube France, about 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-238 Signal Corps Photo 155943. Chateau used as headquarters 71st Brigade in Barseuraube training area, Bligne Aube, France, about 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-239a Brigadier General John A. Hulen, Tanlay, France, April 1, 1919
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
[Dedication on front by Hulen.]
1972/115-239b Man in uniform with back to camera, standing on cobblestones by stalls selling items, about 1918-1919
[one 7 x 11-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-240 Hulen's staff including French aide, Tonnerre, France, 1919
[one 4.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer L. Durand, Rue de la Republique, Tonnerre; (front row, left to right): French Lieutenant/Captain Maurice Radier, Hulen, Lewis Randolph Bryan; (back row, left to right): Clyde M. Elbert, George D. Sears, unidentified man, George Strenahan Brown/Broome.]
1972/115-241 thru 243 Hulen's staff including French aide, Tonnerre, France, 1919
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Images are mounted.]
[Photographer L. Durand, Rue de la Republique, Tonnerre; (front row, left to right): French Lieutenant/Captain Maurice Radier, Hulen, Lewis Randolph Bryan; (back row, left to right): Clyde M. Elbert, George D. Sears, unidentified man, George Strenahan Brown/Broome.]
1972/115-244 At ease in France, General Hulen and Colonel Stevenson, undated
[four 2.5 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Images are pasted into booklet.]
1972/115-245 General Hulen, Colonel Stevenson and unidentified man, about 1918-1919
[one 7 x 11-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Location similar to images in 1972/115-244.]
1972/115-246 Three men in front of wooden building in winter, France, about 1918
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-247 Mixed (soldiers) group in front of government building in winter, France, August-September 1918
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Given to Hulen by Henry T. Allen; General Smith just right of center in 2nd row behind General Greble/Grebble; Hulen two rows behind Smith just to the right (Smith's l.).]
1972/115-248 Men with instruments, garlands and hats, undated
[one 4.5 x 6.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-249
[Note: Image number skipped.]
Later military years, 1919-1953, undated
[These photographs depict Hulen's time with the 36th Division during training exercises and general camp life at Camp Mabry in Austin, Camp Palacios (later Camp Hulen) in Palacios, Camp Bowie in Fort Worth, and Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio. Hulen is often captured in uniform with other military personnel or posing with dignitaries such as Governor Miriam Ferguson, Governor Coke Stevenson. Also included are images of the 36th Division in Italy and France during World War II. Many of the images are stamped as official National Guard photographs. There is a small amount of images of biplanes, along with military portraits, both formal and informal, including a signed photograph of General Douglas MacArthur.]
Box Photo
PP0247B 1972/115-111 Two men on horseback, 36th Division, late 1920's
[one 4.5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-138 General Hulen and Captain J.F. Lehane (Jr. aide) with sons of Paul Bell, L.R. Bryan, and J.D. Farrington, Camp Bowie, Fort Worth, Texas, about 1940
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
Box Photo
PP0248A 1972/115-251 Group portrait of 25 men standing in front of wooden building. Hulen is in middle of group in civilian dress, undated
[one 7.5 x 9.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-252 Men and truck with sacks, Fort Sam Houston, about 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is torn.]
1972/115-253 Five men standing in uniform in field in front of larger group of men, undated
[one 4 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-254 Three men on horseback, Camp Mabry, late 1920s
[one 7 x 11-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-256 Governor Pat Neff, Hulen and group of civilians and military, Texas National Guard, Austin, Texas, 1921-1925
[one 5 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photographer: Jordan Co. of Austin; Jackson, Rains and Hutchings at front left, Roberts second from right, Governor Pat Neff center front.]
1972/115-257 Unidentified man leaning against wing of aiplane holding cigarette, undated
[one 2 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-258 Group of men in uniform standing in front of airplanes in field, undated
[one 2.5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-259 State staff, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section, Texas National Guard.]
1972/115-260 Governors Ma and Pa Ferguson with Dorace Ferguson, Lieutenant Colonel Ernest and Mrs. George Nalle, General Hulen, Adjutant General and Mrs. Mark McGee, at Camp Mabry, Austin, about 1920s
[one 8 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-261 Sec V-32. Men in uniform and two women standing in front of wooden building, July 17, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section, Texas National Guard.]
1972/115-262 Band, 142nd Infantry, Camp Hulen, about 1930s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-263 Group in front of biplanes, Palacios, Texas National Guard, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-264 Group in front of one biplane, Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 13, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-265 Crip Adams, formal portrait with medals, Texas National Guard, July 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-266 Lieutenant John J. O'Reilly, Co. 111th Medical Regiment, Texas National Guard, Camp Palacios, July 14, 1928
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-267 Woman mending or embroidering infantry insignia, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 6 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-268 Woman mending or embroidering infantry insignia, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 7 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-269 Signal Corps Photo. Group photo taken at beginning of Army Maneuver Problems, Fort Sam Houston, October 22, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[(front) Generals Fiske, Mosley, Bowley, Hulen, Roy Hoffman, unidentified man; (back) unidentified man, Generals Wolters, Birkhead, two unidentified men.]
Box Photo
PP0248B 1972/115-270 Two men in group portrait, one man identified as Crip Adams, Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 17, 1928
[one 8 x 12-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-271 Brigadier General Paul A. Wolf, U.S. Army, Vancouver, WA, August 14, 1930
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-272 Three men in group portrait, one man identified as Crip Adams, Palacios, Texas National Guard, about July 1928
[one 8 x 12-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-273 Lieutenant Colonel Thomas D. Barton, Camp Hulen, Texas National Guard, August 13, 1932
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-274 Major General John A. Hulen, Camp Hulen, Texas National Guard, August 13, 1932
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-275 Major General John A. Hulen, Camp Hulen, Texas National Guard, about 1930
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-276 thru 278 General John A. Hulen (V-9), portrait of Hulen seated, looking directly at camera outside building, Camp Hulen, Texas National Guard, August 13, 1932
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-279 thru 282 General John A. Hulen (V-14), 3/4 profile of Hulen seated without hat in tent, Camp Hulen, Texas National Guard, August 13, 1932
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-283 thru 285 General John A. Hulen, 3/4 profile of Hulen seated without hat in tent, further away from camera, Camp Hulen, Texas National Guard, August 1932
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-286 thru 288 General John A. Hulen (V-16), seated looking down at paper in hands, Camp Hulen, Texas National Guard, August 16, 1932
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-289 General Hulen and two unidentified officers and one civilian (Tom Connally?) standing in front of tent (V-37), Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 19, 1932
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-290 Horse or mule drawn wagon, undated
[one 2 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-291 Row of officers tents, Camp Hulen, Palacios, 1930s
[one 3 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-292 Landscape, undated
[one 3.5 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-293 Airplanes in two sets of three shown flying over group in field, undated
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-294 Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-295 Men marching with American flag and another unidentified flag, undated
[one 3 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-296 Six men marching, one holding flag, undated
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-297 Soldiers marching in formation with American flag held in front, 36th Division, Camp Hulen, undated
[one 3 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-298 Soldiers marching under review, 36th Division, Camp Hulen, undated
[one 3 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-299 Review 36th Division, General Hulen, Governor Ross Sterling, Mr. Jesse Jones, Captain R. Wright Armstrong, Camp Hulen, Palacios, August 1934
[one 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-300 36th Division, Camp Hulen, Palacios, August 1934
[one 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-301 36th Division, Camp Hulen, Palacios, August 1934
[one 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[(front row) Jesse Jones, unidentified man, General Jacob F. Wolters, Governor Ross Sterling, General Hulen; (second row) Lieutenant Colonel Clark C. Wren, Lieutenant Colonel T.D. Barton, Lieutenant Colonel Marius S. Chataignon, Captain R. Wright Armstrong, Major George Green, Captain Johnson, Captain George Bringhurst, Captain Zachariah Coombes.]
1972/115-302 thru 305 36th Division, Camp Hulen, Palacios, August 1934
[four 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-306 Review 36th Division, Camp Hulen, Palacios, August 1934
[one 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[General Hulen, Governor Ross Sterling, Lieutenant Colonel T.D. Barton, Mr. Jesse Jones (wearing helmet), Captain R. Wright Armstrong (facing camera).]
1972/115-307 and 308 36th Division, Camp Hulen, Palacios, August 1934
[two 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-309 Training exercises, two soldiers fighting with bayonets/guns, Camp Hulen, Palacios, August 6, 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-310 Training exercises, two men behind machine gun, Camp Hulen, Palacios, August 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-311 and 312 Training exercises, men behind two machine guns, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[two 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-313 Training exercises, running with rifles, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-314 Training exercises, inspection by General Hulen, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-315 and 316 Training exercises, inspection by General Hulen, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[two 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Duplicate images.]
1972/115-317 Training exercises, inspection by General Hulen with full view of field, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-318 Training exercises, inspection by General Hulen by tents, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-319 Training exercises, band in formation, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-320 Training exercises, band marching in formation, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-321 Training exercises, men with barbed wire, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-322 Training exercises, men in formation, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-323 Training exercises, man on stomach in field with gun, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-324 Five men standing together with plane in background with 12 on tail, undated
[one 4 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-325 Soldiers in uniform with packs on standing in two rows with tents in background, about 1930s
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-326 Brigade headquarters, tents of Major Stevens, General Hulen, Lieutenant Mapel, Major Spates and aides, Camp Hulen, Palacios, 1930s
[one 3 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-327 The Commander (Hulen) of the brigade and his aide Lieutenant Mapel, directing a visitor where and how to find an officer; Mr. Maddox is in his civilian clothes, Camp Hulen, Palacios, 1930s
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-328 On the parade grounds, soldiers standing in rows, resting guns on ground, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-329 On the parade grounds, soldiers standing in rows, resting guns on ground, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Image is blurry.]
1972/115-330 On the parade grounds, four soldiers standing, one holding American flag, one holding another flag, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-331 On the parade grounds, two men in field, one is blurry, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-332 On the parade grounds, soldiers standing in rows, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-333 On the parade grounds, soldiers standing in review, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-334 On the parade grounds, soldiers standing in review, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-335 On the parade grounds, soldiers standing in rows, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-336 On the parade grounds, soldiers standing in rows, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Image is blurry.]
1972/115-337 On the parade grounds, band, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Image is blurry.]
1972/115-338 On the parade grounds, four soldiers standing, one holding American flag, one holding another flag, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-339 Long shots of camp, Camp Hulen, Palacios, undated
[one 3 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-340 Long shots of camp, Camp Hulen, Palacios, undated
[one 3 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-341 Soldiers marching on parade grounds, undated
[one 1.5 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-342 Soldier with pack and gun, Camp Hulen, Palacios, 1930s
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-343 Two men, Camp Hulen, Palacios, about 1930s
[one 3 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-344 and 345 Full body shots of unidentified men in uniforms, Camp Hulen, Palacios, 1930s
[two 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-346 Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Thompson and an unidentified man, Camp Hulen, Palacios, 1930s
[one 3 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-347 Preston Weatherred, Camp Hulen, Palacios, 1930s
[one 3 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-348 Tents folded, Camp Hulen, Palacios, 1930s
[one 3.5 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-349 thru 351 General John A. Hulen, Texas National Guard, Camp Hulen, August 1934
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-352 General John A. Hulen, seated in uniform with T-patch, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-353 Band 111th Medical Regiment, Fort Worth, Texas, 1925-1926
[one 4 x 12-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-354 Behind the machine gun, Texas National Guard, August 6, 1934
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-355 Vivian Scofield, Mary Eagle and Mary Gifford (G-18), Camp Hulen, Palacios, Texas, August 8, 1934
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-356 Vivian Scofield, Mary Eagle, Mary Gifford, Jane Scott, Martha Stuart Borden (G-58), Camp Hulen, Palacios, Texas, August 12, 1934
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-357 Major General Johnson Hagood, 8th Corps and Major General Hulen, 36th Division (G-89), Camp Hulen, Palacios, Texas August 16, 1934
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-358 General Hulen, Randolph Bryan and George Sears in front of tent, Camp Hulen, Palacios, Texas, August 1935
[one 8 x 14-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-359 Lieutenant Colonel Dallas J. Matthews in front of Hulen's tent, Camp Hulen, Palacios, Texas, undated
[one 2 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-699.]
1972/115-360 General John A. Hulen and Lieutenant Colonel Dallas J. Matthews, Camp Hulen, Palacios, Texas, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-361 Major General Andrew Moses, January 1936
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-362 thru 367A Finance Department, Camp Hulen, Palacios, Texas (V-43), August 12, 1936
[six 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-367B Hohman Taylor, Colonel 144th, formal portrait showing T-patch, 36th Division, 1936
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-368A Group photo of men in uniform with large map behind group, Houston, Texas (G6, 515 J-III), August 13, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[L.R. Bryan, Jr. (top row left by ladder) and George Sears (middle row left).]
Box Photo
PP0248C 1972/115-368B and 369A Ernest O. Thompson portrait, personally inscribed, 1937
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Thompson was Lieutenant Colonel and Quartermaster.]
1972/115-369B Claude V. Birkhead portrait, wearing TX/US insignia and one staff (Brigadier General), November 1, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photography by Smith Studio, San Antonio, Texas.]
1972/115-370 Group photo of men with pilot's wings in front of tents, Palacios, 1930s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-371 and 372 Hulen riding in car with three other men, two in uniform and one in civilan dress, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-373 Governor O'Daniel in jeep with three men in uniform, 111th Q.M.. Regiment, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-374 Three men in chow line, Hulen, Moody and civilian, Palacios, August 15, 1929
[one 2 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-375 Three men in chow line, Hulen, Moody and civilian, Palacios, August 15, 1929
[one 4 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-376 Man in uniform, with airplanes in background, undated
[one 3 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-377 Lieutenant Colonel Blucher S. Thorp of 1st Brigade, Lieutenant Colonel Harold Griffith of 2nd Brigade and Major Windy Rogers of regiment headquarters, 131st Field Artillery, under tent in the woods, Camp Swift, about 1940
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-378 Three men in civilian clothes with ID tags including W.L. Wilson, 143rd Supply Co. and Joe Texas, June 2, 1950
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
1972/115-379 Kelton Spillar and Betty, 1941-1945
[one 2 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-380 Melvin Ward, Nelda Bringham and Buckey Boyd, 1941-1945
[one 2.5 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-381 Hulen with Lieutenant Governor Coke Stevenson and Major General Claude V. Birkhead, 36th Division Commander, 1941-1942
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-382 Hulen with Lieutenant Governor Coke Stevenson and Major General Claude V. Birkhead, 36th Division Commander, 1941-1942
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-383 Two men eating, undated
[one 2.5 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Image has faded and is blurry.]
1972/115-384 Reunion, Hulen's dinner with General Nimon, George D. Sears and others, Fort Worth, Texas, October 8, 1939
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-385 Reunion, Colonel George D. Sears and Hulen, Fort Worth, Texas, October 8, 1939
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-386 Group of officers in front of Texas Capitol, Austin, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-387 U.S.S. New Jersey, Pacific, 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Dedicated to Colonel George Sears, signed Captain W Thompson, U.S. Navy, Commander.]
1972/115-388 Headshot of man in uniform and hat, undated
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-389 Headshot of man in uniform, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-390 General Hulen and Lee Morris "disorderly orderly," Galveston, May 24, 1940
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Fort Worth and D.C. Annual Picnic.]
1972/115-391 General Walter Kreuger and Douglas MacArthur, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signatures on print.]
1972/115-392 Colonel Clayton P. Kerr, 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Rome, 1941-1945
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-393 Vineyard scene with the note "included in D-Day MS," France, about 1944
[one 3 x 5-inch photographic postcard]
1972/115-394 Mr. Tivona, General Kreuger, Colonel Sears, Colonel Gocher, Captain Darby, Colonel Hildebrand, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-395 Mr. Tivona, Commodore Filipinos of Cagayen; General Kreuger and Colonel Sears, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-396 General Hulen and Governor John Miles of New Mexico at review of 45th Division, Camp Barkeley, Texas, July 19, 1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-397 thru 400 Major General Fred L. Walker and Charles "Commando" Kelly at award presentation, The Roosevelt, Waco, 1941-1945
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-401 Podium speaker Bennett wearing T-Patch at Texas State Capitol, Austin, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-402 Governor Coke Stevenson with six French and two U.S. Army officers, one wearing 36th T-Patch, at Texas State Capitol, Austin, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-403 Milton, congratulations, Camp Mabry, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-404 Milton, picnic, Camp Mabry, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-405 Four U.S. Army men, Robertson, Taylor, Milton, and Bennett, wearing T-Patch, Camp Mabry, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-406 Boy Scout Randy Carpenter (14 years-old) of Houston, Texas, scrubs his mess gear after lunch in the field bivouac of Company A., 1st Battle Group, 143rd Infantry, part of the Texas Army National Guard, 36th Infantry Division, now in field training at North Fort Hood, Texas. Randy is living with the rifle company as mascot, having been selected most representative scout in Troop 478, about 1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Young boy engaged in military field activies (includes PR release).]
1972/115-407 Randy Carpenter (14 yeard old) of Houston, Texas, Boy Scout and mascot; eating in front of jeep, Fort Hood, Texas, about 1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Young boy engaged in military field activies (includes PR release).]
1972/115-408 Randy Carpenter (14 yeard old) of Houston, Texas, Boy Scout and mascot; looking through surveying device, Fort Hood, Texas, about 1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Young boy engaged in military field activies (includes PR release).]
1972/115-409 Party for Bishop, Austin, Texas, about 1945-1950s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photograph by Carroll Denman.]
1972/115-410 Party for General Haynes; Haynes cutting cake with group around, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo #1075-a65.]
1972/115-411 Party for General Haynes; cake with soldier on top and FDR photo in background, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo #1076-a65.]
1972/115-412 Party for General Haynes; table decorations, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo #1046-a65.]
1972/115-413 Party for General Haynes; people eating, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo #1066-a65.]
1972/115-414 Party for General Haynes; people eating, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo #1801-a65.]
1972/115-415 Party for General Haynes; people eating, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo #1802-a65.]
1972/115-416 Party for General Haynes; people eating, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo #1099-a65.]
1972/115-417 Party for General Haynes; people eating, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo #1100-a65.]
1972/115-418 and 419 Officers with model missiles, 1941-1945
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-420 Two officers over coffee, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-421 Speaker at podium with shamrock emblem, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-422 Soldier with howitzer, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-423 Groundbreaking ceremony, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-424 thru 428 Presentation of bell award, 1941-1945
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-429 and 430 Dress parade, 1941-1945
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-431 Three men in jeep, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-432 Six unidentified officers of the 33rd, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-433 MP in jeep, 1941-1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
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PP0248D 1972/115-434 thru 441 General Hulen review the condition of the aircraft and field with Governor Allen Shivers (not pictured), Camp Hood, Texas, 1952
[eight 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Photographs by Eaton Photography.]
1972/115-442 Major General Fred L. Walker, commanding 36th Infantry Division in landing craft approaching Red Beach, Salerno, Italy on the morning of, September 9, 1943
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photo by CPK.]
1972/115-443 36th Division review near Salerno, Italy to bid farewell to Major General Fred L. Walker, July 1, 1944
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-444 "Receives transfer orders because of age," Widner files, undated
[one 4 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-445 Captain John Kershner, temporary burial, Salerno, Italy, September 9, 1943
[one 2 x 2-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-446 Major Leach and another man at desk, about 1940s
[one 3 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photo 41093-306-22.]
1972/115-447 Two men in uniform, seated, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section, Texas National Guard.]
1972/115-448 Group of men in uniform standing in wood paneled room, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photograph by Signal Corps U.S. Army.]
1972/115-449 Corporal Clarence Parker, Henry Schmidt, and "Peanut" Werner, Goliad, 1941-1945
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-450 Colonel Paul Mayo (Pablo) and Colonel George D. Sears, by the great bronze Buddha, Kamakura, Japan, January 28, 1946
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-451 Beardon of Sherman, Texas, Divis of New Bedford, Massachusetts, Gore, White, Wells of Dennison, Texas, Deshel of Miami, Florida, Hofbauer of Brooklawn, New Jersey, Abbott of Camden, New Jersey, and Conley of New York City, New York, at Governor's Island, New York, near ex-Captain Wells' quarters, June 28, 1947
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-452 and 453 Painting of Hulen by S. Thomason Atkinson, undated
[two 8 x 10-inch color photographs]
1972/115-454 The flowers of the 36th Division, St. Raphael, France, August 15, 1948
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photograph by J. Martin, Azuz Studio; August 1944 landing site of 36th at St. Raphael, France and monument dedication ceremonies.]
1972/115-455 "Looking inland at the view that met T-patches eyes on August 15, 1944," St. Raphael, France, August 15, 1948
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photograph by J. Martin, Azuz Studio; August 1944 landing site of 36th at St. Raphael, France and monument dedication ceremonies.]
1972/115-456 The mayor of St. Raphael in front of the microphone, St. Raphael, France, August 15, 1948
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photograph by J. Martin, Azuz Studio; August 1944 landing site of 36th at St. Raphael, France and monument dedication ceremonies.]
1972/115-457A Colonial troops pass in review at the 1948 ceremony, Drawork(?), France, Salerno memorial, August 15, 1948
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photograph by J. Martin, Azuz Studio; August 1944 landing site of 36th at St. Raphael, France and monument dedication ceremonies.]
1972/115-457B The flowers of the 36th Division, St. Raphael, France, August 15, 1948
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photograph by J. Martin, Azuz Studio; August 1944 landing site of 36th at St. Raphael, France and monument dedication ceremonies.]
Aviation, 1926-1934, undated
[These photographs depict early aviation, such as biplanes, fighter planes, pilots, and flight demonstrations. Photographs were taken at locations including Ellington Field, Camp Mabry, and Camp Bowie, and are stamped as official National Guard photographs. Additional images of airplanes can be found in the subgroup Later military years, but the majority of the aviation images are located within this subgroup.]
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PP0248D 1972/115-458 Airplane, August 12, 1935
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section, Texas National Guard.]
1972/115-459 Pilots in front of plane at National Guard encampment, Palacios, 1926
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-460 Storm clouds gathering over Ellington Field 10 minutes before our flight to Palacios with the $185,000 payroll, July 22, 1926
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-461 Line of planes, Texas National Guard, 1930s
[one 4 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-462 Two airplanes flying, AC 26-320, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-463 One airplane flying, AC 26-320, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-464 Unidentified pilot in garb smoking a cigarette, series C-32, June 3, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-465 Plane on ground with pilot in seat, series C-28, June 3, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-466 Plane on ground with six men behind the wing, series C-25, June 3, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-467 Plane on ground with nine men in front of and behind wing, series C-31, June 3, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-468 Plane on ground with propeller spinning, series C-29, June 3, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-469 Plane on ground with propeller spinning, series C-26, June 3, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-470 and 471 U.S. Army Douglas D-2H plane on ground, side view, series V-2, June 10, 1928
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-472 U.S. Army Douglas D-2H plane on ground, front view with man to left of propeller, series V-1, June 10, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-473 U.S. Army AC 23-1248 plane on ground, ser V-11, July 11, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-474 Row of planes on ground, ser V-18, July 13, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-475 Two planes in the air, ser A-88, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-476 U.S. Army AC 26-320 plane in the air, ser A-82, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-477 Two planes in the air, ser A-84, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-478 thru 482 Spectators at air show or military drill, 1930s
[five 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-483 thru 490 Men in formation at air show or military drill, 1930s
[eight 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-491 and 492 Spectators at air show or military drill, 1930s
[two 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-493 thru 499 Men in formation at air show or military drill, 1930s
[seven 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-500 thru 502 Plane on ground among tents; front and side views, 1930s
[three 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-503 Plane in air, 1930s
[one 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-504 thru 511 Air show or military drill with men in formation marching, including band. One image shows men marching with plane in air, 1930s
[eight 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-512 Planes on ground with cars and tents in background, about 1929
[one 4 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-513 and 514 Two images of gunners in plane posing for photo, August 6, 1934
[two 4 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-515 and 516 Aerial views of trees and brush, 36th Division, undated
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-517 Army Day Review, aerial view of camp with tents, spectators and men in formation, Camp Bowie, Texas, April 7, 1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
Aerial photographs, 1926-1928, undated
[These aerial photographs are of Camp Palacios (later Camp Hulen) along the Texas coast. Many of the images are official National Guard photographs, including ones created by female pilot Marjorie Stinson. Additional aerial photographs by Stinson can be found with the subgroup World War I pre-Europe, but the majority of aerial views are located within this subgroup.]
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PP0249A 1972/115-518 Aerial view of city with church in foreground, undated
[one 4 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted and faded.]
1972/115-519 Aerial view of coast, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-520 Aerial view of coast, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section.]
1972/115-521 Four airplanes flying, undated
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
["Captain Wilbur wants one of this" written on verso.]
1972/115-522 and 523 View of Camp Palacios from air, August 1927
[two 3 x 4.5-inch photographic postcards]
1972/115-524 Aerial view of Texas National Guard camp, Camp Palacios, July 24, 1926
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-228).]
1972/115-525 Aerial view of Texas National Guard camp, Camp Palacios, July 24, 1926
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-229).]
1972/115-526 Aerial view of Texas National Guard camp, Camp Palacios, July 24, 1926
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-240).]
1972/115-527 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-71).]
1972/115-528 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-74).]
1972/115-529 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-122).]
1972/115-530 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-69).]
1972/115-531 and 532 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-101).]
1972/115-533 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-95).]
1972/115-534 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-78).]
1972/115-535 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-66).]
1972/115-536 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-97).]
1972/115-537 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-96).]
1972/115-538 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-90).]
1972/115-539 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 14, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-112).]
1972/115-540 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 15, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-135).]
1972/115-541 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 15, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-132).]
1972/115-542 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 15, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-152).]
1972/115-543 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, July 15, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser A-151).]
1972/115-544 Aerial view of Camp Palacios, Texas, August 5, 1929
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[V-1.]
1972/115-545 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-561).]
1972/115-546 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-563).]
1972/115-547 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-562).]
1972/115-548 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-557).]
1972/115-549 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-560).]
1972/115-550 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-564).]
1972/115-551 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-566).]
1972/115-552 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-565).]
1972/115-553 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-571).]
1972/115-554 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-569).]
1972/115-555 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-570).]
1972/115-556 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-572).]
1972/115-557 Aerial shot of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 7, 1929
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Air Service photo (O-574).]
1972/115-558 and 559 Aerial view of camp, undated
[two 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-560 and 561 Aerial view of camp during parade review, undated
[two 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-562 Aerial view of camp during parade review, undated
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-563 Aerial view of camp during parade review, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-564 Aerial view of camp during parade review, undated
[one 7 x 7.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-565 thru 567 Aerial view of camp during parade review, undated
[three 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-568 Aerial view of camp during parade review, undated
[one 7 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-569 Aerial view of camp during parade review, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
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PP0249B 1972/115-570 Aerial view of camp during parade review, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-571 Aerial view of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 8, 1929
[one 4.5 x 6.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser O-1).]
1972/115-572 Aerial view of camp, Camp Palacios, Texas National Guard, August 5, 1929
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[(V-1).]
1972/115-573 Aerial view of camp, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-574 Aerial view of camp, undated
[one 4 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-575 Aerial view of camp, undated
[one 6.5 x 7.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-576 Aerial view of camp, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-577 Aerial view of camp, undated
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-578 Aerial view of camp, 111-1006, undated
[one 6.5 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-579 Aerial view of camp, 111-1021, undated
[one 7 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-580 Aerial view of camp, 111-1007, undated
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-581 Aerial view of camp, undated
[one 6.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-582 Aerial view of camp along coast, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-583 Aerial view of camp along coast, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section.]
1972/115-584 and 585 Aerial view of camp along coast, undated
[two 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-586 Airplane in flight, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-587 Two airplanes in flight, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-588 Airplane in flight, undated
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
Parades and demonstrations, 1928-about 1940s
[Images of camp life at Camp Swift and Camp Hulen including company reviews and drills in front of officers and visiting generals, such as General George C. Marshall, and views of the camp buildings. Also included are scenes of parades for the general public in San Antonio.]
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PP0249B 1972/115-589 thru 603 Various scenes of camp life, training for WWII at Camp Swift, 1940s
[fifteen 2.25 x 3.25-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-604 Co. K, 3rd Texas, Lake Hulen, Palacios, about 1928
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-605 One week after storm, Lake Hulen, Palacios, about 1928
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-606 Marooned in Lake Hulen, Palacios, about 1928
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-607 View from headquarters, 3rd Brigade, Lake Hulen, Palacios, about 1928
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-608 Lake Hulen, Palacios, about 1928
[one 2.5 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-609 Man standing by car on side of house, undated
[one 3.5 x 6.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-610 thru 614 Inspection drill, Camp Palacios, July 13, 1928
[five 3 x 3-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-615 George Sears and unidentified man, about 1930s
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-616 Trucks in a row, about 1930s
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-617 Automobile in front of house, about 1930s
[one 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-618 and 619 Memorial with mortar, about 1930s
[two 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-620 Tents along road with group of three men posing in distance, August 8, 1935
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-621 Inspection drill, Camp Palacios, July 13, 1928
[one 5 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-622 and 623.]
1972/115-622 and 623 Inspection drill, Camp Palacios, ser V-19, July 13, 1928
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Same image as 1972/115-621.]
1972/115-624 Cavalry parade, Camp Palacios, ser V-50, July 19, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-625 Camp scenes, tents, Camp Palacios, ser V-45, July 18, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-626 Camp scenes, mess hall, Camp Palacios, ser V-43, July 18, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-627 Camp scenes, garage, Camp Palacios, ser V-47, July 18, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-628 Camp scenes, truck, Camp Palacios, ser V-42, July 18, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-629 Montage with tent, Camp Palacios, July 18, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Brigadier General Robert L. Robertson, Lieutenant Colonel Taylor Nichols, and Major Horace H. Carmichael.]
1972/115-630 Three planes landing, Camp Palacios, ser V-65, July 19, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-631 Band on parade, Camp Palacios, ser V-51, July 19, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-632 Inspection parade, Camp Palacios, ser V-66, July 19, 1928
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-633 Inspection parade, Camp Palacios, ser V-53, July 19, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-634 Inspection parade, Camp Palacios, ser V-56, July 19, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-635 Line of 17 men standing in front of headquarters tent, ser V-13, July 13, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-636 Field drills, Camp Palacios, ser V-55, July 19, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-637 Three men standing around buildings, 111-1025, undated
[one 5.5 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-638 Troops with flags, checked watertower in background, Camp Palacios, about 1930s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Signal Corps photo.]
1972/115-639 Interior view of kitchen, July 18, 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser V-40).]
1972/115-640 Interior view of storeroom, about 1928
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (ser V-16).]
1972/115-641 thru 645 Review of troops with band, San Antonio, about 1920s
[five 8 x 11.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[National Photo Service.]
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PP0249C 1972/115-646 and 647 Review of troops and band, parade ground, undated
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-648 Tents along road, undated
[one 7 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-649 Parade during Fiesta Week, 2nd Division Artillery, San Antonio, 1936
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-650 Division staff row, Camp Hulen, August 6, 1936
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Section (V-26).]
1972/115-651 thru 658 Drills, about 1920s
[eight 8 x 10-inch and 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Prints damaged and fragile.]
1972/115-659 Review of troops, five men standing to side of plane, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; same images as 1972/115-661.]
1972/115-660 Review of troops, view of road with cars, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Eaton Photography.]
1972/115-661 Review of troops, five men standing to side of plane, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; same images as 1972/115-659.]
1972/115-662 Review of troops, men marching in formation on road, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; same image as 1972/115-664.]
1972/115-663 Review of troops, men marching in formation on road, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; same image as 1972/115-693.]
1972/115-664 Review of troops, men marching in formation on road, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; same image as 1972/115-662.]
1972/115-665 thru 667 Review of troops, men marching in formation on road, San Antonio, about 1940s
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; all the same image.]
1972/115-668 thru 670 Review of troops, men marching in formation on road, San Antonio, about 1940s
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; all the same image.]
1972/115-671 and 672 Review of troops, band marching behind trucks, San Antonio, about 1940s
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; both the same image.]
1972/115-673 and 674 Review of troops, men marching in formation on field, San Antonio, about 1940s
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; both the same image.]
1972/115-675 Review of troops, men marching in formation on field, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio.]
1972/115-676 and 677 Review of troops, men marching in formation on field, San Antonio, about 1940s
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; both the same image.]
1972/115-678 and 679 Review of troops, men marching in formation on field, San Antonio, about 1940s
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; both the same image.]
1972/115-680 and 681 Review of troops, men saluting, San Antonio, about 1940s
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; both the same image.]
1972/115-682 and 683 Review of troops, view through men marching, San Antonio, about 1940s
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; both the same image.]
1972/115-684 Review of troops, men on stage, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio.]
1972/115-685 Review of troops, group portrait of six officers in uniform, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio.]
1972/115-686 Review of troops, Lieutenant General Hubert J. Bries, General George C. Marshall, Lieutenant Colonel H.W. Meisch, and Major General Claude V. Birkhead, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio.]
1972/115-687 and 688 Review of troops, Lieutenant General Hubert J. Bries, General George C. Marshall, Lieutenant Colonel H.W. Meisch, and Major General Claude V. Birkhead, San Antonio, about 1940s
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; both the same image.]
1972/115-689 Review of troops, trucks and other equipment, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio.]
1972/115-690 Review of troops, trucks and other equipment, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio.]
1972/115-691 Review of troops, Hulen and Bryan with 111th QM Regiment jeep, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; same image as 1972/115-953.]
1972/115-692 Review of troops, officers in uniform outside Major General Krueger sign, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio.]
1972/115-693 Review of troops, men marching in formation on road, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; same image as 1972/115-663.]
Military portraits, 1910s-1920s
[Official U.S. military personnel portraits include Major General Walter Smith, Lieutenant Colonel Dallas J. Matthews, Lieutenant Colonel Horace Carmichael, Brigadier General Ninnon, General Will Jackson, and Brigadier General Henry Hutchings. Additional military portraits are located in the subgroup Later military years, but the majority of portraits are in this group.]
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PP0249C 1972/115-694 Major General William R. Smith, about 1918
[one 4 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-695 Major General William R. Smith, Commodore, 36th Division overseas, about 1918
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
Box Photo
PPB016 1972/115-696 Major General William R. Smith, Commodore, 36th Division overseas, about 1918
[one 10 x 13-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
[Photographer Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C.]
Box Photo
PP0249C 1972/115-697 Major General William R. Smith on horseback, about 1918
[one 4 x 6-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-698 Major General Edwin St. John Greble, undated
[one 3 x 4-inch photographic postcard]
[Note: Print is oval.]
Box Photo
PP0249D 1972/115-699 Lieutenant Colonel Dallas J. Matthews, outside Hulen's tent, Camp Hulen, Texas National Guard, about 1930
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Same image as 1972/115-359.]
1972/115-700 Unidentified man wearing 33rd U.S. Volunteer Infantry pin on collar, undated
[one 1 x 3-inch newsprint photo]
[Roy B.A. Thomas of Webb City, MO, printed on reverse.]
1972/115-701 Lieutenant Colonel Horace Carmichael, Commodore State Staff Detach, 72nd Infantry Brigade, undated
[one 8 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-702 Brigadier General C.W. Nimon, wearing 142nd T-patch and TX/US insignia, 72nd Infantry Brigade, about 1917
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
[One of a set of photos of officers.]
1972/115-703 Hohman Taylor, Colonel 144th, wearing 144th T-patch and TX/US insignia, 72nd Infantry Brigade, about 1917
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
[One of a set of photos of officers.]
1972/115-704 Roberts, wearing TX/US insignia, about 1917
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
[One of a set of photos of officers.]
1972/115-705 Major George P. Raines, wearing one star and TX/US insignia, about 1917
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
[One of a set of photos of officers.]
1972/115-706 General Will E. Jackson, wearing a TX/US insignia, about 1917
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
[One of a set of photos of officers.]
1972/115-707 Brigadier General Henry Hutchings, wearing one star on collar, about 1917
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white photograph]
[One of a set of photos of officers.]
General portraits, 1910s-1920s
[Portraits of non-military personnel include Thomas W. Bath, unidentified civilian men and women, and unidentified members of foreign militaries.]
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PP0249D 1972/115-708 Headshot of woman in plaid jacket, undated
[one 2.5 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-709 Unidentified official covered with decorations, about 1900
[one 4 x 3-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Print is oval.]
1972/115-710 Thomas W. Bath, 1920s
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-711 Unknown man in Huntsville, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Print is oval.]
[Photo by Felder.]
1972/115-712 Luther Hogsett, 1920s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
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PPB016 1972/115-713 Unknown man in dress uniform, undated
[one 9.5 x 13-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-714 Unknown white haired man, undated
[one 9.5 x 12-inch painting (visual work)]
[Painting by Allen.]
Weapons, 1949-1957, undated
[These images are of military weaponry, military vehicles, and the personnel who operated them. Specific weapons include a 90 mm gun tank M47; a 155 mm howitzer M1A2, a 155 mm howitzer M44, a 105 mm howitzer M37, and a 10 5mm howitzer M2A2; along with missiles; helicopters; and trucks. These images were taken at Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Austin, Texas; Fort Knox, Kentucky; and other unidentified locations. They are stamped as official military photographs.]
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PP0249D 1972/115-715 and 716 Weapons on jeep and tank, Austin, after 1945
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Insignias from 36th, US Army.]
1972/115-717 Artillery, Headquarters 36th Infantry Division, Austin, Texas, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is torn in two places.]
1972/115-718 90mm gun tank M-47, Fort Knox, Kentucky, 1949
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[USAARMC Photo Lab.]
1972/115-719 thru 721 155 mm howitzer M1A2 in firing position, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, April 19, 1957
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Photo Sfc Charles T. Thompson, Signal Corps Photo Fac. (File 3-93).]
1972/115-722 and 723 155 mm howitzer M44 (self propelled) in traveling position, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, April 19, 1957
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Photo Sfc Charles T. Thompson, Signal Corps Photo Fac. (File 3-96).]
1972/115-724 and 725 105 mm howitzer M37 (self propelled) in traveling position, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, April 19, 1957
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Photo Sfc Charles T. Thompson, Signal Corps Photo Fac. (File 3-90).]
1972/115-726 thru 729 105 mm howitzer M242 in firing position, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, July 19, 1957
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Photo Sfc Charles T. Thompson, Signal Corps Photo Fac. (File 3-86).]
1972/115-730 Cavalcade, Maverick Clarke sponsor, Austin, after 1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Insignias from 36th, US Army.]
1972/115-731 Unidentified tank, Fort Knox, Kentucky, 1949
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Army Armor School Photo Laboratory.]
1972/115-732 thru 745 Weapons on maneuvers and hill country scenes, after 1945
[fourteen 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Insignias from 36th, US Army.]
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PP0250A 1972/115-746 thru 749 Unidentified building interiors, Austin, after 1945
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Insignias from 36th, US Army.]
Thirty-Sixth Division, 1943-1960
[Images of the Thirty-Sixth Division include scenes of the empty trophy room at Camp Mabry, trophies from the 36th Division pistol match and 36th Division infantry high point man competition, an office-wide photo of the U.S. Property and Fiscal Office on the grounds of Camp Mabry (featuring an index of the names of those present), and portraits sent to Colonel George Sears.]
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PP0250A 1972/115-750 thru 753 Trophies for pistol, rifle, high point man and swimming or diving, 1959
[four 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-754 Texas U.S. Property & Fiscal Office employees, Austin, March 1960
[one 6 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Garrett photo; list of names included with photograph.]
1972/115-755 Group of officers, after 1943
[one 6 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Sent to Colonel George D. Sears; General Walter Kreuger, Commodore of 3rd Army in center; General Decker to his right; George D. Sears second from left in second row.]
1972/115-756 General Walter Kreuger, Kyoto, Japan, January 1, 1946
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Inscribed to Col. George D. Sears.]
1972/115-757 Major General G.H. Decker, Chief of Staff, 6th Army, 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Inscribed to Colonel George D. Sears.]
1972/115-758 Jimmie Brett, 1943
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Inscribed to Colonel George D. Sears.]
Second Sino-Japanese War, 1930s
[These images are of American, Japanese, and European military forces in China during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Captured are the improvised dugouts of "downtown" Japanese trenches, the arrival of Japanese reinforcements, Japanese troops barricading streets, Italian preparations for a possible attack of their quarter, the barricaded entrance to the Japanese concession, and ex-Emperor Hsuen-Tung (or Xuantong, also known as Henry Pu Yi, last Qing emperor) and his staff standing in front of a government building with American and foreign troops. The photographs are credited to the National Photo and News Service, San Antonio, Texas.]
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PP0250A 1972/115-759 Improvised downtown dugouts of Japanese, 1930s
[one 6.5 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[National Photo and News Service, San Antonio.]
1972/115-760 Arrival of Japanese reinforcements, 1930s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-761 Japanese troops barricading streets, 1930s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[National Photo and News Service, San Antonio.]
1972/115-762 Italian preparation for possible attack on their quarter, 1930s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-763 Entrance to Japanese concession, 1930s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[National Photo and News Service, San Antonio.]
1972/115-764 Ex-emperor Hseun Tung and royal staff, 1930s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Hseun-Tung, also known as Henry Pu Yi, last emperor of China.]
Non-military photographs, 1930s-1940s, undated
[Images of non-military subjects include people hunting, boats, a barn, an empty field, a deserted homestead overrun by soil accumulation (taken by the Soil Conservation Service), the Alamo, the San Antonio River Walk, and an image of Pompeii, Italy.]
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PP0250A 1972/115-765 Along side of road, undated
[one 3.5 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Image is very faded.]
1972/115-766 thru 768 Hunting, undated
[three 2 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Images of pigs, man with gun, road with men walking down it.]
1972/115-769 Cuma, Crue houses, undated
[one 2.5 x 3-inch black-and-white photographs]
[600 BC - Pompeii.]
1972/115-770 thru 773 Motor-sail boat, undated
[four 2 x 3-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-774 Barn in field, undated
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-775 Landscape, men sitting under tree to right, undated
[one 4 x 5.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Image is faded.]
1972/115-776 Wagon covered by drifting soil; close-up showing 5 ft. of soil accumulation at a deserted homestead, Dallam County, Texas, October 1, 1937
[one 4 x 6-inch black-and-white photographs]
[USDA Photo, Soil Conservation Service.]
1972/115-777 Alamo, San Antonio, Texas, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-778 Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
Postcards, 1919-1945, bulk 1919
[These postcards were primarily sent, received, or collected by Hulen of various locales such as France, Italy, Monaco, California, and Colorado. Some are loose postcards while others are bound postcard books.]
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PP0250A 1972/115-779 thru 789 Paris, France, undated
[twelve 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
1972/115-790 thru 796 Troyes, France, undated
[seven 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
[Notes on verso of select postcards.]
1972/115-797 thru 800 Tanlay, France, undated
[four 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
1972/115-801 thru 810 Sospel, France, on border with Italy, undated
[ten 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
[Notes on verso of select postcards.]
1972/115-811 Promenade des Jacobins, le Kiosque de Musique, Le Mans, France, 1919
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcard]
[Postmarked U.S. Army Post Office; signed by John R. Ricker, 1st Division, Army of Occupation, AEF.]
1972/115-812 Le Chateau, Eurville, France, undated
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcard]
[Notes on verso.]
1972/115-813 and 814 Menton, France, undated
[two 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
1972/115-815 thru 820 Pantheon de la Guerre postcards, 1918
[six 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
[Painted scenes of military forces of United States and President Wilson, China, Belgium, Italy, Japon, and Les Peperes.]
1972/115-821 A converted German bungalow in the St. Mihiel sector, France, undated
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcard]
1972/115-822 thru 835 Pantheon de la Guerre postcards, 1918
[fourteen 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
[Painted scenes of military forces of the Allied forces and monuments.]
1972/115-836 Arras Cathedral, France, undated
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcard]
[Painted scene of church burning due to shells.]
1972/115-837 thru 849 Various European cities, 1919, 1943, 1945, undated
[thirteen 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcards]
[Notes on verso of select postcards.]
1972/115-850 Yucca in Bloom, California, 1919
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch postcard]
[Signed by John R. Hughes and postmarked San Diego, CA.]
1972/115-851 Estes Park, Grand Lake Road, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, 1919
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch postcard]
[Signed W.H. Gray and postmarked Denver, Colorado.]
1972/115-852 12-inch mortar battery, about 1908
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch postcard]
[Published by W.E. Adams.]
1972/115-853 Loading 12-inch gun, about 1908
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch postcard]
[Published by W.E. Adams.]
1972/115-854 12-inch gun firing, about 1908
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch postcard]
[Published by W.E. Adams.]
1972/115-855 Menton, Italy, 1919
[twelve 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards in album]
[12 postcards in book.]
1972/115-856 Brest, France, 1919
[twelve 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards in album]
[12 postcards in book.]
1972/115-857 École Spéciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr, Musée du Souvenir du Premier Bataillon de France, (Special Military School of Saint-Cyr, Memorial Museum of First French Battalion), 1919
[twelve 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards in album]
[24 postcards in book.]
1972/115-858 Troyes, France, 1919
[twelve 3 x 5-inch photographic postcards in album]
[12 postcards in book.]
Civilian life, 1873-1957, undated
[Images documenting Hulen's life outside of the U.S. military include a trip to Mexico as a young man; his work in the railroad business with Burlington-Rock Island Railroad, Fort Worth & Denver City and the San Houston Zephry; banquets for the 36th Division; Hulen and friends; and birthday and holiday cards from friends and the Staunton Military Academy. Also included are images of museum paintings of Will Rogers, Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd, General John J. Pershing, and Lady Cynthia Ramsay.]
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PP0250B 1972/115-859 thru 862 Horses and mules, 1910-1920
[four 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-863 Sailing ship, undated
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-864 thru 867 Men on horseback, one of a civilian scout shooting a Winchester 9S and with a .45 colt, 1910-1920
[four 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-868 Group portrait of men, women and one child holding guns and posed in front of a tent, 1910-1920
[one 3 x 5.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-869 Eleven men on horseback, 1893-1896
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
[Photographer H. Manderfeld, Gainesville, Texas.]
1972/115-870 Houseboat, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-871 Old castle at Vado de Pedras, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-872 Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-873 Huge rock near Colonia de San Antonio, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-874 Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-875 Spring No. 1, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-876 Houses at spring, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-877 Hot spring, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-878 View of one group of hot springs, showing character of country, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-879 Hot spring, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-880 Cave above hot spring, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-881 150 yards below springs, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-882 View of hot springs showing character of country, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-883 Lower spring, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-884 Cold spring 100 yards above last group of hot springs, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-885 View of the Rio Grande at Colonia de San Antonio, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-886 Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-887 Cold spring on back land, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-888 Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-889 Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-890 Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-891 Moving camp, covered wagon with team of horses and mules, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-892 Bravlio, the hunter, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-893 Man on mule with saddle and blanket, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-894 thru 896 Ready for the old Indian trail, two men on horses facing each other, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[three 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-897 Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-898 Three men and child standing before building, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-899 Man on horse, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-900 Two men standing in front of building, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-901 Covered wagon with team of four horses, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-902 Moving camp, covered wagon with team of horses and mules, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[one 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photograph]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-903 and 904 Covered wagon and men, Colonia de San Antonio, Mexico, about 1902-1916
[two 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
[From envelope: "Trip to Old Mexico with Jeff McClemons".]
1972/115-905 Portrait of two Mexican men, undated
[one 3 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-906 Two women laughing, undated
[one 1.5 x 2-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-907 Child playing with ball by porch, October 19, 1908
[one 2 x 3.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
["Not very good - but guess you know who 'tis" written on back.]
1972/115-908 and 909 Children, Gainesville, Texas, 1873-1881
[two 3 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
[One identified as Hulen.]
1972/115-910 Young boy and girl playing with puppies, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-911 John A. Hulen, about 1920s
[one 7 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Van Dyck photographer.]
1972/115-912 Five unidentified gentlemen in front of J.M. Fox, about 1920s
[one 3.5 x 5.5-inch photographic postcard]
1972/115-913 Rock Island train wreck, Burlington, February 1932
[one 3 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-914 thru 919 Rock Island train wreck, Burlington, February 1932
[six 2 x 4-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-920 John A. Hulen standing in civilian dress holding cigarette, about 1930s
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-921 Seven unidentified men in front of Dallas News building, Dallas, March 4, 1929
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Identified men include Andrews, Hulen, and Murray; Hulen was a commercial agent of Rock Island since 1909.]
1972/115-922 Ten railroad officials, Dallas, October 1934
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Identified men include (front left to right) V.P. Hulen of Fort Worth & Denver City; President Ralph Budd of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy; V.P. Ed Flynn; President Assistant T.J. Thomas of Burlington; (back left to right) Gen. Agt. Chas. W. Andrews of Burlington; General Manager J.D. Farrington and Gen. Freight Agt. Luther Hogsett of Fort Worth & Denver City; V.P. H.H. Holcomb of Burlington; Gen. Agts. R. Wright Armstrong of BRI and T.V. Murray of Fort Worth & Denver.]
1972/115-923 thru 925 Amon Carter, C.P. Bracken, H.H. Holcomb, Jas E. Gorman and John Hulen on fishing trip, 1930-1941
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-926 Will Rogers, posed before large painting of Rogers, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-927 Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Reproduction of painting.]
1972/115-928 General John J. Pershing and horse, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Reproduction of painting showing Pershing wearing four stars.]
1972/115-929 Lady Cynthia Patric Ramsay, sister-in-law of Princess Patricia of England with children, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Reproduction of painting.]
1972/115-930 and 931 Exhibition trip original Zephyr, Amarillo, October 1934
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[(left to right) Luther Hogsett, Warren Fuller, Hulen, John D. Farrington, Fred Daggett; McCormick Co. Photo Engravers, No. 9344-D.]
1972/115-932 Sam Houston Zephyr, Amarillo, October 4, 1936
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Inscribed: "To my good friend Gen. Hulen, thanks for your help Ned Blaine".]
1972/115-933 and 934 Sam Houston Zephyr, with oxcart and people in costume, Amarillo, October 4, 1936
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-934 Casa Manana dinner, July 22, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Identified men include John A. Hulen of Fort Worth & Denver City Railway Company; Ralph Budd, President of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy; and John Sparks, President of First National Bank of Fort Worth.]
1972/115-935 Hulen eating BBQ in straw hat and bow tie, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[United Photo Service, Fort Worth, Texas.]
1972/115-936 Mr. Kell's office, Wichita Falls, August 22, 1940
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[John A. Hulen and Chas. Kells.]
1972/115-937 Ralph Budd, General Hulen, Mr. A. Cotsworth Jr., C.D. Pukenpaugh and J.W. Mode, by train, Amarillo, October 23, 1939
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-938 General Hulen, Mr. Ralph Budd, and Mr. A. Cotsworth Jr., by train, Amarillo, October 23, 1939
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
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PP0250C 1972/115-939 Texas Zephyr at highway crossing south of Wichita Falls, August 22, 1940
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-940 and 941 Exhibition of Texas Zephyr, officials, Houston, August 23, 1940
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[A. Cotsworth, Wright Morrow, Ed Budd, Ed Flynn, Chas F. Kettering of General Motors, Hulen, Ann Key, and engineer Horn.]
1972/115-942 and 943 Exhibition of Texas Zephyr train, Houston, Texas, August 22, 1940
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Litterst (Com'l) Commercial Photo Co., Houston, Texas.]
1972/115-944 Ed Flynn and Hulen, Wichita Falls with Texas Zephyr in background, August 23, 1940
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-945 Hulen and Joe Carrigan in Wichita Falls on return from Lubbock where Hulen received degree from Texas Tech, June 3, 1940
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-946 thru 951 Deep sea fishing, Tarpon Inn, Deep Waters Saloon, Taft Ranch Bank, Hamilton Brown Shoes (near Corpus?), undated
[six 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-952 On train, seated and eating, Texland en route to Lubbock, June 4, 1940
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Ralph Budd, Warren Andrews of Dallas, Hulen, unknown officer of Texas P&L, C.D. Peckenpaugh, General Manager Fort Worth & Denver City with back to camera.]
1972/115-953 Review of troops, Hulen and Bryan with 111th QM Regiment jeep, San Antonio, about 1940s
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Studer Photo Company, San Antonio; same image as 1972/115-691.]
1972/115-954 Hulen's Rock Island employees, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Peckenpaugh 3rd from left in 2nd row; W.D. Smith Commercial Photographers, Fort Worth, Texas.]
1972/115-955 John Hulen portrait, undated
[one 7 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-956 No. 104#4. Hulen and L.R. Bryan of First National Bank, launching the "General John A. Hulen" car, Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-957 No. 104#3. Hulen, Armstrong and Bryan, launching the "General John A. Hulen" car, Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-958 No. 104#3. Hulen, Armstrong and Bryan, launching the "General John A. Hulen" car, Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-959 and 960 No. 104#6. Large group with Hulen, Armstrong and Bryan in center, launching the "General John A. Hulen" car, Houston, 1940-1941
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-961 thru 963 No. 104#1, 104#2, and 104#5. The launch, "General John A. Hulen" car, Houston, 1940-1941
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-964 No. 104#9. Men in train car, Hulen at left, launching the "General John A. Hulen" car, Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-965 No. 104#8. Men in train car, Hulen in left middle distance, launching the "General John A. Hulen" car, Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-966 Hulen looking at document with two unidentified men, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-967 Hulen at dinner with unidentified woman and man, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Fort Worth Star Telegram photo.]
1972/115-968 Hulen and woman at dinner with model train in foreground, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-969 B-7. Robert Rice, Hulen and Robert L. Hoyt in Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-970 B-29. Peckenpaugh, Wright Armstrong, Hulen, R.A. Welch, and Dr. A. Philo How in Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-971 B-26. Three unknown men with Hulen, and Armstrong in Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-972 B-5. Peckenpaugh, Rice, and Hulen in Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-973 B-8. Rice and Hulen in Houston, 1940-1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bob Maxwell photographer, Houston, Texas,.]
1972/115-974 John A. Hulen at Burlington Lines' Dinner, River Oaks Country Club, Houston, June 2, 1950
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-975 Hulen seated in chair, legs crossed, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-976 Staunton Military Academy, birthday greetings, Staunton, VA, 1932
[one 4 x 6-inch photographic postcard]
1972/115-977 Staunton Military Academy, birthday greetings, view of the upper terrace, Staunton, VA, 1932
[one 4 x 6-inch photographic postcard]
1972/115-978 Home of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Haltom, 1950-1960
[one 5 x 14-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-979 Alamo, San Antonio, Texas, undated
[one 6.5 x 11-inch drawing (visual work)]
1972/115-980 Maison de l'arcade, Christmas card signed by Dr. and Mrs. T.W. Bath, St. Michel, France, undated
[one 6 x 9-inch painting (visual work)]
1972/115-981 Balconies, Italy, undated
[one 7.75 x 10-inch drawing (visual work)]
1972/115-982 Mission, Santa Barbara, signed by J.F. Lehane, Jr., undated
[one 7.75 x 10-inch drawing (visual work)]
1972/115-983 Street scene, Cairo, signed by John N. Garner, undated
[one 8.5 x 11-inch drawing (visual work)]
1972/115-984 Cathedral de Chartres, Chartres, France, signed by Elsie and Luther (Hare?, Hogsett?), undated
[one 7.75 x 10-inch drawing (visual work)]
Panoramas and oversize photographs, 1889-1950, undated
[Oversize panoramas include an encampment of the Texas National Guard in Fort Crockett; the 142nd Infantry at Camp Bowie; the 142nd Infantry at Camp Palacios; the 36th Division at Camp Palacios; a large group of officers posed at Fort Sam Houston; the 36th Division train at Camp Palacios; the 71st Infantry Brigade at Camp Palacios; the 36th Division commanding general and staff; overviews of Camp Mabry, Camp Palacios, and Camp Hulen; and Governor Pat Neff reviewing troops at Camp Mabry. Additional oversize materials include a group portrait of Hulen's class at Staunton Military Academy, various group portraits of military units prior to World War I, the Sixth Army News Pictorial from World War II; color lithographs of World War II scenes by James M. Sessions; 36th Division reunions; and military portraits.]
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PPH012 1972/115-985 Sixth Army News Pictorial, articles and images regarding Carabao Island and Corregidor, undated
[one 11 x 20-inch newspaper]
[Prepared by the Sixth Army Public Relations Office.]
1972/115-986 Sixth Army News Pictorial, 1st Cavalry Edition, articles and images regarding Manila and Santo Tomas, undated
[one 11 x 20-inch newspaper]
[Prepared by the Sixth Army Public Relations Office.]
1972/115-987 Sixth Army News Pictorial, 38th Division Edition, articles and images regarding Bataan, the islands and Wawa Dam, undated
[one 11 x 20-inch newspaper]
[Prepared by the Sixth Army Public Relations Office.]
1972/115-988 Sixth Army News Pictorial, articles and images regarding Infantry Day (June 15, 1945), undated
[one 11 x 20-inch newspaper]
[Prepared by the Sixth Army Public Relations Office.]
1972/115-989 Sixth Army News Pictorial, 25th Division Edition, articles and images regarding Balete Pass and Central Luzon, undated
[one 11 x 20-inch newspaper]
[Prepared by the Sixth Army Public Relations Office.]
1972/115-990 Sixth Army News Pictorial, articles and images regarding Ormoc, Ipo Dam and Antipolo, undated
[one 11 x 20-inch newspaper]
[Prepared by the Sixth Army Public Relations Office.]
1972/115-991 Sixth Army News Pictorial, 33rd Division Edition, articles and images regarding Baguio, undated
[one 11 x 20-inch newspaper]
[Prepared by the Sixth Army Public Relations Office.]
1972/115-992 General John A. Hulen illustration that includes text about business ventures, military service and hobbies, undated
[one 18 x 22-inch drawing (visual work)]
[Illustration signed by Jack Moran.]
1972/115-993 Jap Flat Top Meets Its Doom, 1940s
[one 19 x 25-inch color lithograph]
[by James M. Sessions.]
1972/115-994 En Route to Action, 1940s
[one 19 x 25-inch color lithograph]
[by James M. Sessions.]
1972/115-995 Raiding Party, 1940s
[one 19 x 25-inch color lithograph]
[by James M. Sessions.]
1972/115-996 Joe Foss Downs Another, 1940s
[one 19 x 25-inch color lithograph]
[by James M. Sessions.]
1972/115-997a Signal Corps 201394. A wire laying weasel, a new vehicle in the vicinity of Morschwiller, France, starts out across the open plowed field as Signal Corps linemen manipulate the reels. The weasel is a very advantageous vehicle for this purpose, for it will, February 23, 1945
[one 20 x 24-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-997b Signal Corps 202042. Working in deep snow, Engineers in the 36th Infantry Division unreel and tighten barbed wire in the secondary defense line, 111th Engineer Battalion, Weitbruch area, France, January 27, 1945
[one 20 x 24-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-998 Final lowering of Old Glory, Fort Ehrebreitstein, Germany, January 24, 1923
[one 9 x 24-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Loaned to 36th Division Museum by Colonel Maybin H. Wilson in February 1969; #7254 Armstrong Photo, Coblenz; additional narrative detail on verso.]
1972/115-999
[Note: Image not located for description.]
1972/115-1000 Group of 27 men in uniform in front of tents with 38-star U.S. flag in background, before 1912
[one 6.5 x 24-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1001 At Schofield Barracks, T.H., group of men in uniform holding F flag in back, August 3, 1935
[one 9 x 25-inch black-and-white photograph]
[1st Lieutenant K.E. Fields, Commanding; 1st Sergeant A.G. Angus; 3275-B Photo by E.O. Goldbeck, San Antonio, Texas.]
1972/115-1002 71st Brigade, 36th Division, marching in review, Camp Mabry, Austin, July 18, 1923
[one 8 x 25-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photo #21 by Daniel Brownwood.]
1972/115-1003 General Hines and officers of the 36th Division, Camp Mabry, Austin, July 10, 1935
[one 8 x 27-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Hulen in center right of Hines, Hutchings to left.]
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PPB016 1972/115-1004 Freemont Pass, Climax, Colorado
[one 12 x 16-inch halftone reproduction]
1972/115-1005 The Historic Chase of the "General" by the "Texas,"
[one 10 x 13-inch etching]
1972/115-1006 Sixth Army Pictorial, Volume 2 No. 1, November 1945
[one 10 x 14.5-inch newspaper with 18 photographs]
1972/115-1007 Etching by Edwill Fisher, undated
[one 12 x 15-inch etching]
1972/115-1008 Souly, France, by E. Fisher, 1918-1926
[one 12 x 15-inch etching]
1972/115-1009 Langres from the Canal, Marne, by Edwill Fisher, undated
[one 12.5 x 17-inch etching]
1972/115-1010 Pilgrimage of the Alamo invitation from the Fiesta San Jacinto Association, 1936
[one 11 x 15-inch invitation]
1972/115-1011 Roster of men of the Headquarters Co., 1st Battalion, 142nd Infantry, composite with individual portraits, undated
[one 11 x 14-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Lieutenant Colonel Sidney C. Mason and 1st Lieutenant Rowland A. Willeford, and 44 others.]
1972/115-1012 File No. 1173. Battery C, 132nd Field Artillery Battalion, 36th Division, Texas National Guard, Fort Hood, Texas, June 1952
[one 10 x 18-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Captain Oscar W. McWilliams and complete roster, Annual Field Training period.]
1972/115-1013 Regimental staff and officers, 142th Infantry, 71st Infantry Brigade, Camp Mabry, 1923
[one panorama black-and-white photograph]
[1st row: starting 4th from left - E.A. Simpson, Chas. Nimon Commanding Officer., E.O. Thompson Ex., and Claude "Crip" Adams.]
1972/115-1014 and 1015 Staunton Military Academy, Hulen's class, Staunton, VA, 1889
[two 13 x 16-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-1016 Special Class, The Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Texas National Guard, 1928
[one 7 x 16-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1017 No. 3251. 3rd Infantry Field and Staff Officers, Camp Wilson, near San Antonio, May 1916
[one 11.5 x 14-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is mounted.]
[Indentifications include Hulen, Sholars, George P. Rains, Guessaz, other regiment commanders before WWI include Ben Delamater, Nimon, Jonathan Hoover, Jules Muchert, Alfred Bloor, F.A. Logan, Birkhead and O'Reilly.]
1972/115-1018 and 1019 No. 3257. Officers 3rd Battalion, 3rd Infantry, Camp Wilson near San Antonio, May 1916
[two 11.5 x 14-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Front row: Major Arthur R. Sholars and Hulen? in center.]
1972/115-1020 and 1021 Hulen and 24 soldiers in front of wooden building, about 1928-1932
[one 11.5 x 14-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Bryan left of Hulen in center, Sears to right of Hulen, Broome behind and left of Hulen.]
1972/115-1022 Colonel Cronin and officers, 33rd Infantry, U.S. Volunteers, Manila, 1900
[one 11.5 x 15-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is fragile.]
[Photo by Rahmeyer. Front row: Hadra, Cronin, E.A. Sirmyer; 2nd row: Lindsey Rucker, E.N. Coffey, Theo Schultz, Richard Ellis, Hulen, Ed Davis; 3rd row: William L. Lowe, Carrol Power, Earle Edmondson, J.W. Healey, Frank Case, D.C. McClelland; 4th row: Humphre, William True, McGill.]
1972/115-1023 Military camp with YMCA, lines of mounted officers, infantry, cavalry and seven covered wagons, undated
[one 11.5 x 14-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photo by McCuiston.]
1972/115-1024 B-81. Staff 36th Division, seven men standing in full uniform with hats on in front of 36th Division Headquarters, 1941
[one 10 x 17-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photo by Studer; Sears 3rd from left, Birkhead 4th from left.]
1972/115-1025 B-80. Staff 36th Division, seven men standing in full uniform holding hats in front of 36th Division Headquarters, 1941
[one 10 x 17-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photo by Studer; Sears 3rd from left, Birkhead 4th from left.]
1972/115-1026 Group portrait of officers, 33rd Infantry in front of building with porch, after November 1898
[one 12 x 16-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Hulen and Hare in middle of 1st seated row, Churchill Towles 3rd from left; Sears 2nd from right.]
1972/115-1027 General Henri J.E. Gouraud, Commander of forces, including 36th Division, in the Argonne, 1918-1923
[one 8 x 10-inch color photograph]
1972/115-1028 Colonel J.D. Sears, Luzon, Philippines, 1945
[one 10 x 14-inch drawing (visual work)]
[Drawing by Lieutenant Alfred Arison.]
1972/115-1029 Hulen, Dan Moody, Ross Sterling and wives, Austin, about 1924-1928
[one 14 x 16-inch hand colored photograph]
1972/115-1030 Two French officers with one civilian and two U.S. officers by train, about 1918
[one 14 x 16-inch black-and-white photograph]
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PPH009 1972/115-1031 G-586-515J-111. Commanding General, 36th Division, and his staff, taken at Camp Hulen during field training, August 16, 1935
[one 18.5 x 22-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Sec. A.C. Texas National Guard, Houston, Texas; same image as 1972/115-1032 and 1033.]
1972/115-1032 G-586-515J-111. Commanding General, 36th Division, and his staff, taken at Camp Hulen during field training, August 16, 1935
[one 18.5 x 22-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Sec. A.C. Texas National Guard, Houston, Texas; (front): John A. Hulen, Preston A. Weatherred, Clark C. Wren, Dallas J. Matthews, Lewis Randolph Bryan, Jr, George D. Sears, Joseph W. Speight, John H. Zachry, Thomas D. Barton, J. Lewis Thompson, Stephen D. Ridings, Marius S. Chataignon, Charles M. Crawford; (back): Robert N. Gay, George Green, R. Wright Armstrong, Jesse E. Moseley, George R. Bringhurst, John F. Lehane, Jr., Paul G. Bell, Luke G. Matthews, Otto H. Schmidt, Samuel L. Austin, Reagan Jones; same image as 1972/115-1031 and 1033.]
1972/115-1033 G-586-515J-111. Commanding General, 36th Division, and his staff, taken at Camp Hulen during field training, August 16, 1935
[one 18.5 x 22-inch black-and-white photograph]
[111th Photo Sec. A.C. Texas National Guard, Houston, Texas; same image as 1972/115-1031 and 1032.]
1972/115-1034 14th Anniversary, Salerno Memorial Meeting, New York Chapter, 36th Division, Hotel Martinique, New York, New York, September 6, 1957
[one 10 x 19-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Liberty Flashlight Co., New York, NY.]
1972/115-1035 B-78. Staff officers, 36th Division, in uniform with hats off in front of 36th Division Headquarters, May 1941
[one 10.5 x 20-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image in mat with mylar sleeve.]
[Photo by Studer.]
1972/115-1036 B-79. Staff officers, 36th Division, in uniform with hats off in front of 36th Division Headquarters, May 1941
[one 10.5 x 20-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photo by Studer.]
1972/115-1037 Birkhead portrait, in uniform, Texas National Guard, undated
[one 14 x 16-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1038 Commanding General and staff, 36th Infantry Division, in uniform, Boston, October 9, 1942
[one 8 x 18.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image in mat with mylar sleeve.]
[Photo by Waid & Slater of Boston; Commanding General Fred L. Walker and staff: General Lange; Colonels Cox, Kerr, McShane, Crowther, Forsythe, Steen, Steel, Ives, C. Phinney, Moseley, Brewster, and Jennings; Majors Rambo, Miles, Harris, Primer, Richardson, Brady, R. Phinney, Whitfield, Smith, and Deane; Captains Wilson, Yates, Lane, Sitton, Travis, Lockhart, Kelton, Keough, Becker and Lieutenants Stefani, Horton, and Schnelle.]
1972/115-1039 and 1040 Officers of the 33rd Infantry, in camp at Presidio, San Francisco; group portrait has field and staff in front row, captains in 2nd row, 1st lieutenants in 3rd row and 2nd lieutenants in top row., September 23, 1899
[two 13.5 x 20-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Captain E.G. Shields, George L. Febiger, James M. Burroughs, E.A. Sirmyer, Colonel Luther R. Hare, T.Q. Ashburn, B.A. Lieberman, Frederick Hadra (surgeon), J.C. Greenewalt, John J. Brereton, John A. Logan, H.L. Jenkinson, Jas S. Butler, Charles Van Way, John A. Hulen, Theo Schultz, Godfrey R. Fowler, Edward Davis, John F. Green, Richard T. Ellis; Power, Lowe, Campbell, Coffey, Sherburne, Hall, Strong, Case, Rucker, Tomkins, Edmondson, Cunningham, Ward, Williams, Flemister, Willard, Pickel, McClelland, McKenney, Cordill, Goddard, True, Jackson, Healey.]
1972/115-1041 Bust portrait of John A. Hulen in civilian clothing, about 1930
[one 17 x 22-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1042 20th Anniversary Salerno Memorial Meeting, New York Chapter, 36th Division, Hotel Waldorf Astoria, New York City, New York, September 9, 1963
[one 10 x 20-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Liberty Flashlight Co.]
1972/115-1043 Signal Corps 181061. Salerno, Italy landing, 36th Infantry Division, September 9, 1943
[one 11 x 14-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is in mat with mylar sleeve.]
1972/115-1044 Window mat with text from Office of the Commanding General, Jacob L. Devens, about 1940s
[window mat]
[Note: Accompanying image 1972/115-1043.]
1972/115-1045
[Note: Image not located for description.]
1972/115-1046 John A. Hulen, half-view in uniform, Texas National Guard, 1920s
[one 15.5 x 19.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1047 Candid half-profile head-and-shoulders portait of General MacArthur in uniform, October 12, 1950
[one 6 x 9-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is in mat.]
["To George, my old pal, Doug" enscribed below on mat.]
Oversize Photo
Map Drawer 20 1972/115-1048 DC 277. Officers and men of headquarters, 142nd Infantry, about 1942
[one 8 x 36-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1049 DC 259. 142nd Infantry Division, Company D, about 1942
[one 8 x 32.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1050 DC 287. 142nd Infantry Division, Company M, about 1942
[one 8 x 24-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1051 DC 261. 142nd Infantry Division, Company A, about 1942
[one 8 x 33-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1052 DC 256. 142nd Infantry Division, Artillery Company, about 1942
[one 8 x 35-inch black-and-white photograph]
[J. Evans is noted in center of image.]
1972/115-1053 and 1054 DC 260. 142nd Infantry Division, unidentified companies, about 1942
[two 8 x 35-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Image has water damage.]
1972/115-1055 DC 289. 142nd Infantry Division, Cannon Company, about 1942
[one 8 x 35-inch black-and-white photograph]
1972/115-1056 thru 1059 DC 270, DC 272, DC 273, and DC 290. 142nd Infantry Division, unidentified companies, about 1942
[four 8 x 35-inch black-and-white photographs]
1972/115-1060 thru 1063
[Note: Images not located for description.]
Oversize Photo
OS Shelf 425 1972/115-1064 View of camp, soldiers standing in review, and men on horseback, Texas National Guard, Leon Springs, Texas, 1908
[one 7.5 x 48-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Photo by Newman, Dallas.]
1972/115-1066 Aerial view of 36th Division at Camp Palacios, including 144th Infantry, 132nd Field Artillery, 111th Medical Regiment Hospital, main exchange, 72nd Brigade Headquarters, 131st Field Artillery, 111th Engineers, 143rd Infantry, and Pleasure Pier, 1928
[one 9 x 44-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Goldbeck Photo 1307. San Antonio, Texas.]
1972/115-1067 Soldiers in formation with 142nd flags, undated
[one 8 x 43-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Group with instruments off to left of print; standing in snow?.]
1972/115-1068 Men in uniform in front of large "Today" sign, Fort Sam Houston, October 22, 1928
[one 10 x 47.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[U.S. Signal Corps photo.]
1972/115-1069 Texas Military Institute, reserve officers training corps, San Antonio, Texas, May 15, 1936
[one 10 x 41-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Goldbeck Photo 2218. San Antonio, Texas. W.W. Bondurant, M.A., LITT. D., Supt. and Chas. P. Lynch, Maj. Inf. U.S.A., Comdt.]
1972/115-1070 36th Division Train, Palacios, Texas, July 1928
[one 8 x 35-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Major S.M. Hankins, Commanding, National Photo Service 1309-B, San Antonio, Texas.]
1972/115-1071 Frisco train through camp, El Paso, Texas, undated
[one 10 x 40-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Note: Image is very fragile.]
[J.U. Medley and I. Shulman photographers.]
1972/115-1072 Entire 36th Division encamped in Camp Palacios, Texas, July 1926
[one 8 x 48.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[National Photo Service 892, San Antonio, Texas; 142nd Infantry, 144th Infantry, Palacios Bay, 141st Infantry, 36th Signal Co., 143rd Infantry, Pleasure Pier, enlisted mens club, Division Headquarters Co., 111th Engineers, 131st Field Artillery, Division parade ground, 132nd Field Artillery, Turtle Bay, 11th Vet., 121st Wagon Co., M. Rpr and M. Trans. Co.'s]
1972/115-1073 142nd Infantry, Palacios, Texas, Colonel Chas. W. Nimon, Commanding, company flags in background and band, 1928
[one 9 x 48-inch black-and-white photograph]
[National Photo Service 1305-A, San Antonio, Texas.]
1972/115-1074 Encampment of the Texas National Guard, Fort Crockett, Galveston, Texas, 1924
[one 8 x 48.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[National Photo Service, San Antonio, Texas; showing Gulf of Mexico, 72nd Brigade parade grounds, 144th Infantry, rifle range, 72nd Brigade Headquarters, 111th Medical Regiment, 121st Wagon Co., 111th Engineers, officer's quarters, canteen, 71st Brigade Headquarters, 141st Infantry, 142nd Infantry, 143rd Infantry, 36th Signal Corp., commissary, guard house, Division and 71st Brigade parade grounds, division headquarters, division adjutant, Galveston Bay, Commanding General John A. Hulen.]
1972/115-1075 Camp of the 71st Infantry Brigade, Palacios, Texas, July 1928
[one 10 x 47.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Goldbeck Photo Service 1306-B; showing 142nd Infantry, 111th A.S., trains, Camp quartermaster, 71st Brigade Headquarters, Brigade hospital, 141st Infantry, Division headquarters, Signal Corp, and Pleasure pier.]
1972/115-1076 36th Division, Camp Palacios, 1928
[one 10 x 47-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Goldbeck Photo Service 1307; showing 143rd Infantry, Division Headquarters Co., Pleasure Pier, 111th Engineers, 72nd Brigade Headquarters Co., 131st Field Artillery, main exchange, 132nd Field Artillery, 111th Medical Regiment hospital, and 144th Infantry.]
1972/115-1077 Entire 36th Division encamped in Camp Palacios, Texas, July 1926
[one 8 x 48-inch black-and-white photograph]
[National Photo Service, San Antonio, Texas, Photo #892; showing 142nd Infantry, 144th Infantry, Palacios Bay, 141st Infantry, 36th Signal Co., Division headquarters, 143rd Infantry, Pleasure Pier, Enlisted Men's Club, Division parade grounds, 111th Engineers, 131st Field Artillery, 132nd Field Artillery, 111th Vet; Turtle Bay, 121st Wagon Co., M. Rpr and M. Trans Co.]
1972/115-1078 Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas, July 1925
[one 8 x 47-inch black-and-white photograph]
[National Photo Service, San Antonio, Texas, Photo 1044-B.]
1972/115-1079 Camp Hulen, Palacios, Texas, showing temporary homes of more than 8,000 men of the 36th Division, Texas National Guard, August 1932
[one 7 x 53.5-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Goldbeck Photo Service 2980; showing 142nd Infantry Area, Officer's Club, 71st Brigade Headquarters, Division Headquarters, 141st Infantry, Division Signal Co., Division Headquaters Co., Tres Palacios Bay, 143rd Club, Pumping plant, Pleasure Pier, Recreation pavilion, 144th Infantry, Main entrance, 72nd Brigade Headquarters, 111th Engineers, 131st Field Artillery, Target range, 61st Field Artillery Brigade Headquarters Battery, 132nd Field Artillery, and 111th Medical Regiment.]
1972/115-1080 Governor Neff reviewing troops, Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas, June 17, 1921
[one 8 x 41-inch black-and-white photograph]

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Scrapbooks, 1887-1948,
1.84 cubic ft.

Brigadier General John A. Hulen began his military career in the Spanish-American War and later commanded the 72nd Infantry Brigade (1917-1919) and the 36th Infantry Division of the Texas National Guard (1922-1935), providing military leadership for the state and nation. This series consists of nine scrapbooks, dating 1887-1948, that primarily document Hulen's military career, especially his association with the 36th Division, but also illustrate his civilian and business life. The earliest dated scrapbook begins with Hulen's military school training in 1887. His military involvement in the Spanish-American War, command of the Sixth Separate Brigade and its Texas-Mexico border patrol, World War I service, and interwar command of the 36th Division are all well documented by newspaper clippings and photographs. Two scrapbooks focus on Hulen's military retirement with clippings of news articles, event programs, and letters and telegrams from those invited to his last review of the 36th Division troops at Camp Hulen on August 16, 1935 and to the retirement dinner to honor him held on September 9, 1935. Another scrapbook details the dedication of a portrait of Hulen installed at Camp Hulen in 1942. Hulen's career as an executive of several railroad companies is illustrated primarily by newspaper clippings within three of the scrapbooks. Details for each of the scrapbooks appear within the inventory that follows.
Arrangement
These scrapbooks are arranged as received.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Scrapbooks, General John A. Hulen papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Technical Requirements
Scrapbooks are too fragile and/or large to be photocopied.
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2-7/1335 Scrapbook of civilians, events, and associates, 1910s-1920s
[The scrapbook is missing its cover and only the first half has been filled. The majority of the photographs are civilian in nature and include portraits of Hulen in an office, dressed in civilian clothes. Pictures of a crowd lining a street were perhaps taken at a parade. Further photographs document fishing trips, likely in the Gulf of Mexico. A few photographs appear to be taken at a military base. Approximately forty-five portrait photographs of men who were Hulen's business associates and other acquaintances appear, a few of whom are identified: U.S. Senators Tom Connally and Charles A. Culberson, Vice President John N. Garner, and President Woodrow Wilson.]
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2-7/1336 John A. Hulen leather scrapbook, 1890s-1917
[The scrapbook has a leather cover with Hulen's name embossed in gold letters and only the first third of the pages are filled. It begins with photographs from 1899, when Hulen was a captain in the 33rd Infantry. One large photograph, dated September 23, 1899, depicts the officers of the 33rd Infantry, in camp at Presidio, San Francisco. Later photographs were taken along the Texas-Mexico border in 1916 and show the village and military encampment near Roma, Texas. Additional photographs were taken at Camp Scurry in Corpus Christi, Texas, and show tents and artillery reviews. Images appear of General Frederick Funston and of flags flown at half-staff after his death. One photograph, dated March 4, 1917, shows General John Joseph Pershing inspecting the troops.]
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2-7/1337 Scrapbook of newspaper clippings (Texas National Guard, Hulen's railroad career), 1910-1919
[The scrapbook is filled with clippings of newspaper articles on the Texas National Guard, particularly its patrol of the Texas-Mexico border and its actions during World War I, with a focus on Hulen. Article clippings of Hulen's career as an executive of the Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway Company and other railroads are included.]
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2-7/1338 Scrapbook of Hulen's military career, 1887-1935
[The scrapbook contains photographs, newspaper clippings, and other materials that chronicle Hulen's military career, beginning in 1887 during his time in military school. A telegram order from 1898 is for a message Hulen sent to his wife, telling her that he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel at Camp Mabry, in Austin. Newspaper clippings and photographs from 1899 to 1901 detail the 33rd Infantry Regiment's activities in the Spanish-American War. Clippings from 1903 mention when Hulen took over as Adjutant General. Newspaper articles from 1905 discuss daily life at Camp Mabry. Further newspaper clippings and photographs relate to the 1916 expedition to the Mexican border. Extensive newspaper clippings report on the 1917 recruitment of additional soldiers to the Texas National Guard. Other photographs depict activities at Camp Bowie, near Fort Worth, Texas. Photographs of the George Washington, the ship the brigade traveled on to France in July 1918, are included, as are newspaper clippings that trace the brigade's movement through France. Pictures of General Hulen's staff appear, in addition to clippings that describe his homecoming and citations that he received for bravery and gallantry.]
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2-7/1339 Scrapbook of newspaper clippings on 36th Division (with focus on Hulen), 1905-1948
[The scrapbook is filled with clippings of newspaper articles of Hulen's service in the 36th Division of the Texas National Guard, military events and home front efforts during World War I, and interwar military activities of the division, with only a few concerning World War II. Clippings of articles detailing Hulen's career as a railroad executive also appear, especially for his promotion to vice president of the Fort Worth and Denver City Railway at the end of 1929. Many clippings reporting on Hulen's retirement as commander of the 36th Division and celebrations in his honor are included.]
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2-7/1340 Scrapbook of newspaper clippings on 36th Division (with focus on Hulen's retirement), 1931-1949, bulk 1935, 1945
[The scrapbook is filled with newspaper clippings mainly reporting on Hulen's last actions in command of the 36th Division in 1935, before he retired on September 9 of that year, including supervising the division's training program and his final ceremonial review of the troops. A testimonial banquet was held in Hulen's honor at which former Governor James Ferguson spoke. Many of the clippings feature images of Hulen and the division. Article clippings from 1945 mention Hulen as a retired commander or report on railroad companies Hulen worked for. Hulen's souvenir program for a luncheon in honor of Jesse Holman Jones held by the U.S. Texas Centennial Commission in 1936 appears at the end of the scrapbook.]
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2-7/1341 General John A. Hulen, Texas National Guard scrapbook, 1942
[The scrapbook focuses on the dedication of the portrait of Hulen installed at Camp Hulen and includes a program, photographs, a clipping, and congratulatory telegrams and letters. Less than half of the pages are filled.]
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2-7/1349 Scrapbook with correspondence and clippings honoring Hulen, 1935
[The scrapbook includes approximately 250 pages, about half of which feature a letter or telegram replying to an invitation to Hulen's last review of the 36th Division at Camp Hulen on August 16, 1935, usually regretting that the writer could not attend and sending congratulatory messages. The writers are military, government, and business associates of Hulen. An invitation to the event is attached at the beginning of the scrapbook and a list of those declining the invitation appears near the middle. After the list is a page featuring a clipping from the front page of the Palacios Beacon newspaper of August 8, 1935, with an appreciation and tribute to Hulen, and on the next page is a September 7, 1935 copy of The Lariat, a weekly official publication of the Fort Worth District Civilians Conservation Corps, dedicated to Hulen. Following a few clippings is an invitation to the dinner held in Hulen's honor on September 9, 1935, a sample reservation card, and the dinner program. Most of the rest of the pages contain letters and telegrams replying to the invitation, usually regretting that the writer could not attend and sending congratulatory messages. Following these are guest list pages and clippings reporting on the dinner. At the end of the scrapbook are a February 1936 issue of the insurance company publication Cravens, Dargan & Company Review, with a cover story on the San Jacinto Memorial on which construction was soon to begin, and a copy of the October 1897 issue of the illustrated monthly journal Fashions; neither of the publications mention Hulen.]

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