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  • Subject: Military life
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    • Military academy

    • City & town life; Military academies; Military life; Military parades & ceremonies; Soldiers
    • Soldiers crossing the lawn of the military academy led by the color guard and a man on horseback.
    • Fort Beausejour and its surroundings.

    • Sketches; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Military life; Military occupations; Military personnel; Settlements; Rivers; Country life; Campaigns & battles;
    • A sketch of Fort Beausejour and its surroundings drawn by a British soldier in 1755, shortly after the installation had been captured by British forces and renamed Fort Cumberland.
    • Group Portrait

    • Military camps--Camp Ruston; Military life; Military personnel; Recreation;
    • Laton Tudor, John Kalinoski, Barnes, Johnny Andrews, Charles Torrey, "Pop" Alvin Clary, and John Hoffman. Poised in front of Camp Ruston Barrecks.
    • Group portrait

    • Military camps--Camp Ruston; Military life; Military personnel;
    • Laton Tudor, Johnny Andrews, John Kalinoski, Charles Torrey, Sidney Eisenberg, Alvin "Pop" Clary, Branes and Farmer setting together. Camp Ruston buildings in background.
    • Portrait-- Military officer

    • Military camps--Camp Ruston; Military life; Military officers; Signs (Notices);
    • Nancy Colvin and Corporeal Charles Torrey leaning on a street sign. The street name is Troop St located at Camp Ruston. Corporeal Charles Torrey is holding a prisoner of war jacket in his left hand. Camp Ruston buildings and light poles are...
    • Edward Cornwalls (1713-1776).

    • Governors; Government officials; Government policy; Politics & government; Wigs; Acadians; Deportations; Colonies; Imperialism; Military life; Military occupations; Military officers; Military policy; Military tactics;
    • Edward Cornwalls (1713-1776) was governor of Nova Scotia from 1749 to 1752. He founded Halifax in an effort to strengthen the British position in the colony.
    • Soldiers at Camp Foster

    • Spanish-American War, 1898--Military personnel--American; Spanish-American War, 1898--Louisiana; Soldiers--Louisiana; Military camps; Military life; Military uniforms; Clothing & dress; Camp Foster (La.)
    • Soldiers relaxing in a military camp at the New Orleans Fairgrounds (Camp Foster).
    • Portrait--Military personnel.

    • Military camps--Camp Ruston; Military life; Military personnel; Recreation; Music; Entertainment; Guitars;
    • Front row Barnes, John Kalinoski, Charles Torrey. Second row Farmer, Johnnie Andrews, "Sid" Isenberg, Pop Clary, and Laton Tutor. Farmer is playing the guitar while the group poise with bottles in their hands. The Camp Ruston buildings are in the...
    • Soldiers at Camp Havana, Cuba

    • Spanish-American War, 1898--Military personnel--American; Camp Havana (Cuba); Military life; Military camps; Tents; Military uniforms; Clothing & dress; Soldiers
    • Soldiers sitting and working near tents.
    • Portrait military staff Camp Ruston

    • Military camps--Camp Ruston; Military life; Military personnel; Recreation;
    • Charles "Sad Sack" Torrey and Alvin "Pop" Clary standing in casual dress. Man seen sitting on blanket in backgound in military dress. Camp Ruston building in background.
    • American military personnel Camp Ruston

    • Military camps--Camp Ruston; Military life; Military personnel; Recreation;
    • Alvin "Pop" Clary and William "Bill" Bernsten standing in front of a tree with Camp Ruston building in background. William "Bill" Bernsten is dressed in Camp Ruston baseball uniform.

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