Image ID
ICHi-059973
Headline
Machine Gun Insignia
Title (of Artwork/Object)
Machine Gun Ensignia
Date Depicted
December 10, 1918
Creator
Mole, Arthur S., and John D. Thomas
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
photographic prints
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions.
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-059973; Arthur S. Mole and John D. Thomas, photographers.
Inventory Number
1985.19;1981.95
Storage Location
Mole and Thomas photograph collection, Box 1, Folder 2, and Box 2 (in exhibition mat).
Max Pixels - Height
4944
Max Pixels - Width
6334
KEYWORDS
Machine Gun Insignia
Mole and Thomas
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1981.95
1985.19
aerial views
living photographs
living pictures
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Mole, Arthur S.
people
Thomas, John D.
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ICHi-59973
machine gun insignia

Living photograph titled Machine Gun Ensignia [sic] (Machine Gun Insignia), comprised of 22,500 officers and men, and 600 machine guns at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Georgia, December 10, 1918. The barrel is made entirely of machine gun crews and their guns. The lower points of each feather are also machine guns.

Living photograph titled Machine Gun Ensignia [sic] (Machine Gun Insignia), comprised of 22,500 officers and men, and 600 machine guns at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Georgia, December 10, 1918. The barrel is made entirely of machine gun crews and their guns. The lower points of each feather are also machine guns.

2/10/2014