Astor Battery on parade
From The Phonoscope, January 1899, p. 15: As they appeared in New York on Saturday, January 21 [sic], 1899, on their return from active service in the Philippines. The picture is taken as they cross Broadway, Union Square, north. First come the mounted police, proud and prancing, then the band, then the famous Astor Battery, marching twenty-four abreast. As the second file approaches, the ...
Blackton, James Stuart - Smith, Albert E. - Thomas A. Edison, Inc - Vitagraph Company of America - Paper Print Collection (Library of Congress) - Smith, Albert E. (Albert Edward)
The Dandy Fifth
Dandy 5th of Baltimore | Dandy Fifth of Baltimore | Dandy Fifth Regiment of Baltimore | Dandy 5th Reg. Maryland | Dandy 5th
"Taken during the land parade in honor of Admiral Dewey, just before the turn into 72nd Street, with Grant's tomb and decorated residences in the background. This entire series of pictures [of the Dewey land parade] has a very high photographic quality, and the various organizations appear at their best"--Biograph picture catalogue.
Armitage, F. S. - American Mutoscope and Biograph Company - Paper Print Collection (Library of Congress) - Niver (Kemp) Collection (Library of Congress)
TR reviewing and speaking to 13th Regiment at Sagamore Hill, 1917
Theodore Roosevelt reviewing and speaking to 13th Regiment at Sagamore Hill, 1917
TR speaks to several unidentified people, including a man who looks like TR, on the porch at Sagamore Hill. There are two views of TR addressing soldiers assembled on the lawn of Sagamore Hill: the first segment shows TR's back as he speaks; the second is a long shot of TR, shot from the rear of the group of soldiers.
Roosevelt, Theodore - Warner Bros - Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection (Library of Congress) - Roosevelt Memorial Association - Warner Bros. Pictures
71st Regiment, Camp Wyckoff
Seventy-first Regiment, Camp Wyckoff | 71st Regiment, N.G.S.N.Y., at Camp Wikoff | Seventy-first Regiment, N.G., S.N.Y. | Seventy-first Regiment, N.Y.V. at Camp Wikoff
From the Biograph picture catalogue: 55 feet. Of the thousand and more men who left New York for the Cuban Campaign, scarcely three hundred were able to shoulder their rifles to march before the Biograph camera at Camp Wikoff. The picture shows many of the companies reduced to seven or eight men, and the whole regiment, rank and file is in a sad condition. ...
Armitage, F. S. - American Mutoscope and Biograph Company - Paper Print Collection (Library of Congress) - American Mutoscope Company