...Illustrations in Chapter III


25. Group of Officers

Reading left to right

Top Row---2nd Lt. A. C. Murdough, 350th F. A.; Capt. T. E. Jones, Med. Corps; 1st Lt. J. H. Scott, 350th F. A.

Center---1st Lt, J. W. Love; Ist Lt. G. A. Price, iind Ist Lt. Wm. R. Smalls, all of 350th F. A.

Bottom---lst Lt. Herbert Harris, Dental Corps; lst Lt. J. H. Cooper, 350tb R A. : 1st Lt A. B. McKenzie, Med Corps.


 26. Dancing School Conducted at K. of C. Building for Men of Labor Battalion by Louisville W. C. C. S.


 27. W. C. C. S. Saturday night dance at the W. C. C. S. Colored Club.


 28. Official Photograph of American Negro Troops at drill. Bringing up the machine guns.


 29. American Negro Troops brigaded with the French Army, drilling under French Officers with French machine guns.


 30. A Company of Negro Infantry wearing French helmets, as they were brigaded with French Troops. Photo taken at Herpunt, in the Meuse Sector.


 31. Colored soldiers who served overseas under General Pershing returning to their homes in.St. Louis amid the cheers of the people.


 32. Two Officers Who Won the Croix de Guerre. Capt. Stewart Alexander on the left, and Lieut. Frank Robinson, both decorated by the French for conspicuous bravery on the field of battle.


 33. Three Negro OfFicers Who Won Distinction Overseas. Left to right: Lieut. Wm. Andrews, Commanding Negro Casuals, of Chicago; Lieut. H.A. Rogers of Richmond, Va., and Lieut. J. A. Rucker of Natchez, Miss.


 34. The return of the 369th (Old 15th New York National Guards) Passing the Plaza on parade.


 35. Colored Troops on Sentry Duty Near the Front Lines


 36. American Camp for Colored Troops in France


 37. First Negro Officer to be Decorated. Lieut. Robert C. Allen of the 372nd Infantry was mentioned in Army orders and awarded Distinguished Service Cross for gallantry in action. His home is in Springfield, Ohio.


 38. Lieut. Robert L. Campbell. Company L, 368th U. S. Infintry, awarded the Distinguished Service Ciss by order of General Pershing for bravery in fighting in the Argonne Forest.

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