Image ID
ICHi-154832
Headline
Desolated boulevard approaching Maubege, France, World War 1
Date Depicted
1914
Date Created
1914
Creator
McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
cellulose nitrate film
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions.
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-154832; John T. McCutcheon, photographer
Inventory Number
1985.0385
Storage Location
John T. McCutcheon negatives collection, [ca. 1890-1919], Box 14
Horizon Bib. No.
4585
Max Pixels - Height
6877
Max Pixels - Width
4972
KEYWORDS
i154832_pm.tif
desolated boulevard approaching maubege france world war 1

Desolated boulevard approaching Maubege, France after trees were cut down to provide a clear view for French gunners in the fortress, World War 1, August-September 1914. The photographer, John T. McCutcheon, was a foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune at this time. This image was published in the Chicago Tribune on October 27, 1914.

Desolated boulevard approaching Maubege, France after trees were cut down to provide a clear view for French gunners in the fortress, World War 1, August-September 1914. The photographer, John T. McCutcheon, was a foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune at this time. This image was published in the Chicago Tribune on October 27, 1914.

05-15-2017