Bust portrait of Col. L. H. French in uniform, commanding officer of soldiers from Santa Susana in World War I. Handwritten on the bottom of photo: "L. H. French, Ass't Naval Attaché American Embassy Paris January to August 1918."
View from above of U.S. soldiers sitting on long tables and benches in a dining hall in France during World War I. Max Riave is thought to be seated second from right. Note on back of photo reads: "Oct 7th 1918. I was in here peacefully writing…
Max Riave turned slightly to his right wearing his World War I Army uniform. He is standing in front of steps in front of a building. The bottom of photo has handwriting that reads "Dad-Girls delight 1918."
Ventura Volunteer Naval Militia, group photo of approximately 30 men, posed in front of Ventura Mill & Lumber Company. Verso of photo states "1st men to leave Ventura for World War I." The men are dressed in civilian clothing--suits and hats.