World War I German soldier’s photograph album 2, approximately 1911-1918
Scope and Contents
World War I era photographs, most likely belonging to Ludwig Koch, whose card is pasted to the last page and reads, "Ludwig Koch, Secondlieutenant, im K. 3., Feld-Artillerie Regiment, Königin Mutter." The subjects of the images are varied, including: young men in uniform; captured artillery; German soldiers in France; group portraits of sailors, officers, nurses, and convalescing soldiers; infantry units; family or friends in civilian clothing; military cemeteries; training exercises; and studio portraits of young officers.
- approximately 1911-1918
153 Photographic Prints (Photograph album with floral, cloth cover. ) : Thirty-eight pages. ; 9 3/4 x 12 1/2 x 3/4 in.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: German
Photograph album with floral, cloth cover. 9 ¾ x 12 ½ x ¾ in. There are thirty-eight pages with a total of 153 photographs of varying sizes. Photographs are pasted down, occasionally with handwritten date or name.
- From the Collection: Hohendorn, Paul (Person)
- From the Collection: Pommer, Paul (Correspondent, Person)
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