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Camp Zachary Taylor - Louisville, Kentucky

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Camp Zachary Taylor was where the 84th Division was trained during WWI. Troops from Indiana and Kentucky made up this Division.


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Souvenir Folder - Life in the U.S. Army - Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky

(Published by ???)

This fold-out Souvenir Folder consist of front and back covers, as well as 10 images fold-out images on one side and 10 images  fold-out on the opposite site. Many of these images appear to have been drawn rather than being actual photographs.

 

Front cover of Souvenir Folder - Life in the U.S. Army - Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky. To see a better image, click on this one.

Front cover of Souvenir Folder - Life in the U.S. Army - Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky

 

Back Cover of Souvenir Folder - Life in the U.S. Army - Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky. To see a better image, click on this one.

Back Cover of Souvenir Folder - Life in the U.S. Army - Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky
This is the backside to the Souvenir Folder with the folder's flap tucked into the horizontal slit to close folder for mailing.

 

Picture No. 1963: A regimental street in the Camp with Barracks in which the soldiers live while in training. Some of these streets are from one to two miles long. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1963: A regimental street in the Camp with Barracks in which the soldiers live while in training. Some of these streets are from one to two miles long.

 

Picture No. 1969: Birds-eye view of Camp showing over 40 of the Cantonment Barracks in each of which 200 soldiers live. There are about 200 of these Barracks in the camp. The Barracks are each 43 feet by 140 feet. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1969: Birds-eye view of Camp showing over 40 of the Cantonment Barracks in each of which 200 soldiers live. There are about 200 of these Barracks in the camp. The Barracks are each 43 feet by 140 feet.

 

Picture No. 1961: Where the soldier lives while he is in training to fight for Uncle Sam over seas. Downstairs are kitchen and mess room. Upstairs are dormitories. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1961: Where the soldier lives while he is in training to fight for Uncle Sam over seas. Downstairs are kitchen and mess room. Upstairs are dormitories.

 

Picture No. 1970: The camp streets are board and there is plenty of light and air for the men. The Barracks seen on either side are each occupied by a company. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1970: The camp streets are board and there is plenty of light and air for the men. The Barracks seen on either side are each occupied by a company.

 

Picture No. 1965: Birds-eye of section of the camp in which 40,000 men are in training for overseas warfare. The camp covers several square miles and has fully 1,000 buildings. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1965: Birds-eye of section of the camp in which 40,000 men are in training for overseas warfare. The camp covers several square miles and has fully 1,000 buildings.

 

Picture No. 1964: The camp is laid out in rectangular form with wide streets on which are the Barracks for the soldiers, officers' quarters, hospital, etc. Accommodations for 40,000 men are provided in the camp.  To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1964: The camp is laid out in rectangular form with wide streets on which are the Barracks for the soldiers, officers' quarters, hospital, etc. Accommodations for 40,000 men are provided in the camp.

 

Picture No. 1966: A section of the Camp showing Barracks which house the men of the New Army. Ten Barracks house a regiment and 100 house a division. Two hundred men live in each Barrack while in training. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1966: A section of the Camp showing Barracks which house the men of the New Army. Ten Barracks house a regiment and 100 house a division. Two hundred men live in each Barrack while in training.

 

Picture No. 1971: Barracks on the left and officers' quarters on the right. One of the streets which traverse the length of the Camp. Some of these are one to two miles long. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1971: Barracks on the left and officers' quarters on the right. One of the streets which traverse the length of the Camp. Some of these are one to two miles long.

 

Picture No. 1968: Headquarters building where the staff officers transact business. In the camp are divisional headquarters, also the various brigade headquarters for 40,000 men in the camp. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1968: Headquarters building where the staff officers transact business. In the camp are divisional headquarters, also the various brigade headquarters for 40,000 men in the camp.

 

Picture No. 1962: Barracks where the soldier in Uncle Sam's army of 1,000,000 men live while in training. Downstairs are mess room and kitchen, while upstairs are dormitories. Each barracks contains a regimental company of 200 men. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1962: Barracks where the soldier in Uncle Sam's army of 1,000,000 men live while in training. Downstairs are mess room and kitchen, while upstairs are dormitories. Each barracks contains a regimental company of 200 men. Note: This is a repeat of Picture No. 1961 with a tree added and new text.

 

Picture No. 18442: Signalling - U. S. Army. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1842: Signalling - U. S. Army. To see a better image, click on this one.

 

Picture No. 936:  Machine Gun Troop in Action. Copyrighted by International Film Service. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 936:  Machine Gun Troop in Action. Copyrighted by International Film Service.

 

Picture No. 1164: U. S. Infantry Charging in a Sham Battle. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1164: U. S. Infantry Charging in a Sham Battle

 

Picture No. 1166: U. S. Infantry on the Hike. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1166: U. S. Infantry on the Hike.

 

Picture No. 1169: U. S. Battery of 4 (four) 7-inch Guns. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1169: U. S. Battery of 4 (four) 7-inch Guns.

 

Picture No. 1170: U. S. Signal Corps on Duty -- Wigwagging. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1170: U. S. Signal Corps on Duty -- Wigwagging.

 

Picture No. 934: U. S. Field Artillery in Camp. Copyrighted by International Film Service. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 934: U. S. Field Artillery in Camp. Copyrighted by International Film Service.

 

Picture No. 1880: Bayonet Drill. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1880: Bayonet Drill.

 

Picture No. 1881: Life in the U. S. Army - Signal Corps - Range Finding. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1881: Life in the U. S. Army - Signal Corps - Range Finding.

 

Picture No. 1167: The Rookie of Uncle Sam's Army in Full Field Equipment. To see a better image, click on this one.

Picture No. 1167: The Rookie of Uncle Sam's Army in Full Field Equipment.


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