World War I: American Experiences in Selected Photographs
This presentation highlights selected images from tens of thousands of World War I-related photographs in the Prints and Photographs Division at the Library of Congress.
Recruitment, Training, Volunteers: United States
Americans in Europe
Homefront: United States
More than 200 Women Gather Every Day in Madison Square to Knit for the Troops in the Trenches and at Sea
Washington, D.C., Bakery is Closed for Not Following Food Administration’s Guidelines to Use Wheat Substitutes
Opera Singer Mabel Garrison Siemonn Digging in a Demonstration Garden to Help Recruit Seamen and Sell Liberty Bonds
Visitors Studying Gardening Notices in Demonstration Garden in Bryant Park, New York City.
Photograph by Frances B. Johnston
European War Scenes Viewed in the United States
View of Almost Totally Destroyed Town with Crude Sign Saying "This was Forges" (Possibly Forges-les-Eaux)
End of War and Aftermath
Massachusetts Representative Edith Nourse Rogers Assists Disabled Veteran Carl Bronner, a Recent Law Graduate from the University of Maryland