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Date: 1947 ca.
Description: The six sixteen-inch guns of the USS "Wisconsin" shoot at a target fifteen miles away.
Date: date unknown
Description: A home which was once General George Washington's headquarters, with people sitting on benches outside among cannons in the yard.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A view of two groups of sailors during artillery practice at the United States Navy Camp Wissahickon.
Description: A woman wearing a hat, protective gloves, and safety glasses uses a tool to bend copper tubing used in making aircraft torpedoes at an International Harves...
Description: Factory workers producing artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. In this...
Description: View down capitol building steps, where cannons sit on a landing, and statues decorate two lampposts. The city spreads out far below.
Description: Stereograph of a mock battery erected by the 79h New York Volunteer Artillery at Seabrook Point, Coosaw River.
Description: A view of artillery and guns at Fort Jay, built in 1794 to defend Upper New York Bay. A New York cityscape can be seen across the bay. Published by Chas...
Description: Factory workers producing artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. The fir...
Description: Three female factory workers inspect 40-millimeter artillery shells at International Harvester's West Pullman Works.
Description: A view of soldiers in uniform operating an Army artillery gun.
Description: Side view of six women sitting on a torpedo placed on a rolling cart at an International Harvester factory. Another woman woman stands to the side with her...
Description: Field artillery piece of the First World War pointing across the Rock River from the grounds of the American Legion post.
Description: A female factory worker operates an automatic machine tool at International Harvester's New Brighton Works.
Description: Earthwork four miles southwest of Racine, used during the Civil War in light artillery target practice to stop solid shot. Joseph Cooper is waving the flag...
Date: 1860 after
Description: The American Eagle is holding a banner with the word "BEWARE" on it in his beak. He is gripping a federal shield with a Union flag draped over it with his...
Description: Trainees at Rio Hato Infantry Artillery School, Panama, gathered around a wooden bridge they are rigging with dynamite charges. The men are wearing fatigue...
Description: An old woman, stooped over and holding a cane, has Union soldiers ("NORTH" on the left) and Confederate soldiers ("SOUTH" on the right) climbing ladders to...
Description: Factory worker at a machine in International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "High Speeding of 155-Millimeter Gun Carriage at Milwauke...
Description: A view of horse-drawn light artillery at Camp Travis, named in 1917. The view includes parked automobiles and camp dwellings.
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