U.S. Army Soldiers in Dining Hall in France, World War I

Image

U.S. Army Soldiers in Dining Hall in France, World War I

Title

U.S. Army Soldiers in Dining Hall in France, World War I

Identifier

28098 NP

Source

Kandy Riave Hutman Collection, 1994

Description

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 letters when Hinie [Heinie] dropped about a dozen compliments in the form of HE bombs weighing between six and hundred pounds. [signed] Max Riave."

Creator

Unknown

Date

1918-10-07

Format

Black and White Negative

Subject

Soldiers
Jewish soldiers
World War, 1914-1918
Dining rooms
France

Publisher

Museum of Ventura County

Rights

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Type

Image

Language

English

Collection

Citation

Unknown, “U.S. Army Soldiers in Dining Hall in France, World War I,” Research Library at The Museum of Ventura County, accessed September 28, 2021, https://photographs.venturamuseum.org/items/show/3671.