Indiana University Archives Exhibits

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Goff captions this photo with the following, in full: "Two of our Lieuts. Lieutenant Day to the left and Miller to the right. This was taken at Annapolis."
Horace Goff mailed this photo from Ft. Myer, Virginia to his parents on February 24, 1918.
This photo is captioned with the following, in full: "Horace Porter Goff, Private--Company C--First Gas Regiment, February 17, 1918"

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Written on reverse side of image, in full: "Radio School - Armistice Celebration parade - Nov. 11, 1918"
Parade of Student Army Training Corps (S.A.T.C.) members in World War I armistice celebration, marching on Kirkwood Avenue (the roof line of Franklin Hall can be seen just to right of center). Image can also be found in the 1919 Arbutus, p.52.
World War I Radio School float for the Armistice celebration parade. Sign on truck reads,"Induction Coil 200000 Volts Good For 5000 Miles." Image can also be found in the 1919 Arbutus, p.53.
This image scanned from page of the 1919 Arbutus yearbook. The caption reads, in full: "Alpha Hall Imitates A Bee-Hive".
The row of buildings the soldiers are standing next to are those that used to be located on the east side of North Morton street's 100 block.
First bunch of I.U. Student Army Training Corps (S.A.T.C.) to go to Camp Taylor Officers training camp. Image can also be found in the 1919 Arbutus, p.50.
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