United States Army--History--Punitive Expedition into Mexico, 1916--Photographs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents / Alcance y Contenido This collection consists of an album with a couple of newspaper clippings on Col. Orval P. Townshend, but mostly black and white photographs and postcards of the U.S. Army and New York National Guard. Some photographs were taken in the Rochester, New York area while others were taken during the Mexican Punitive Expedition in New Mexico and Mexico between 1914 and 1919. The album contains photographs of Joseph H. Williams, troop H (cavalry unit), military encampments, and army daily life. This...
Dates: ca. 1914 - 1919
Series — Box 2: Series 101532 - 101657
Identifier: 101532 - 101657
Scope and Contents / Alcance y Contenido This album consists of 133 photographs and 1 postcard of U.S. military troops in Nogales, Arizona and along the U.S. – Mexico borderland during 1916. The subjects in this album include the Mexican Punitive Expedition, also known as the Pancho Villa expedition, in Nogales, AZ, military encampments, landscapes of the Chihuahuan desert, portraits of U.S. military officers and Mexican people, town views, buildings, and animals. Some places include the Rio Grande, Santa Cruz river, Sierra Diablo,...
Dates: ca. 1916
Abstract Dr. Thomas K. Todsen was an avid collector of materials related to New Mexico. His collection consists primarily of postcards depicting New Mexico and the southwest. His collection also contains letters, receipts, and miscellaneous documents related to New Mexico.
Dates: 1826 - 1990