Oregon Historical Society Research Library
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following type of materials: photographs
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of three photographs of Spanish-American War camp scenes in Chickamauga Park, Georgia. Depicted are groups of soldiers, horse-drawn cannons, tents, horses, packs and equipment
University of California, Berkeley
1. Parade of volunteers on San Francisco street surrounded by spectators, some waving flags (Taber no. 8864); 2. transport ship Newport leaving for Manila (Taber no. 8997)
Haverford College - Quaker and Special Collections
One photograph shows group of soldiers in uniform with 2 women and 2 children; another shows 25 soldiers in uniform; a third shows troops in front of Southern and Mobile & Ohio trains; a fourth depicts a parade of soldiers and flag-waving civilians
University of Maine - Raymond H. Fogler Library
A scrapbook from an unidentified compiler containing clippings about the Spanish-American War taken from newspapers and magazines
Minnesota Historical Society
In 1923, the Minnesota War Records Commission published Minnesota in the Spanish-American War and the Philippine Insurrection, by Franklin F. Holbrook. These files comprise the first and final drafts of the narrative portion of that history, supplemented by transcripts of reports and orders, regimental chronologies, other background notes, and correspondence and clippings regarding preparation and issuance of the history
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
The photographs that comprise this collection were taken by American troops. The physical settings range from Tampa, Fla. to the south of Cuba with some in camp at Montauk, N.Y. Although the photographs are unsigned, internal evidence suggests the photographers were E.M. Bane and J.C. Wheate. Many of the images are of areas of Cuba where their unit, the Corps of Engineers, encamped and fought battles. The collection also includes portraits of General Ludlow and his staff in the field. The images are particularly focused on the campaign to take Santiago. The photos, probably taken after the capture of the city by American forces, show various Spanish defenses: trench works protecting Santiago and the hulk of Reina Mercedes, sunk to form an obstacle to American naval forces in the bay. There are typed captions on the front of the photos with additional information on the back. Each image is numbered by the creator, however the photos seem to have been organized in two series, and the ... Read More
University of Virginia - Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Photographs of Spanish-American War encampment sites, soldiers, and civilians, taken in Prince William County, Va.