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0184270
U.S. FLAG, 1942.
A view of the American flag
at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, 1942.
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0183662
WWII: TRAINING, 1942.
Students working on tanks at the Armored Force Replacement Center at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Photograph, 1942.
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0111619
TANK MANEUVERS, 1942.
Parade of M-4 'Sherman' and M-3 'Grant' tanks during training maneuvers at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, June 1942.
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0111433
KENTUCKY: FORT KNOX.
Gated entrance to Fort Knox, the United States Bullion Depository in Kentucky. Photograph, 1939.
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0111434
KENTUCKY: FORT KNOX.
Fort Knox, the United States Bullion Depository in Kentucky. Photograph, 1991. Full credit: Tanner - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0184268
U.S. FLAG, 1942.
A view of the American flag
at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, 1942.
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0621109
WWII: MECHANIC, 1942.
African American mechanic at work, Fort Knox, Kentucky. Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, June 1942.
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0166778
U.S. ARMY: MARCHING DRILL.
A marching drill led by a woman at Fort Knox, Kentucky, the first co-educational reserve officer training corps (ROTC) summer camp, July 1975.
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0125525
NELLIE TAYLOE ROSS
(1876-1977). Director of the U.S. Mint. Ross meeting with Edwin H. Dressel, Superintendent of the Philadelphia Mint, to organize the transfer of gold from the Philadelphia Mint to Fort Knox, Kentucky. Photograph 11 January 1937.
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0264947
KNOX: ARTILLERY, 1776.
The arrival of Colonel Henry Knox in the Continental Army camp besieging Boston, January 1776, with artillery seized at Fort Ticonderoga and hauled through winter snows from Lake Champlain. Steel engraving, American, c1858, after Felix O.C. Darley.
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LAKE CHAMPLAIN MARCH, 1776.
Soldiers under the command of Colonel Henry Knox entering the camp of the Continental Army besieging Boston, with cannons they have hauled from Lake Champlain through winter snow, January 1776. Wood engraving, 1852.
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0063674
LAKE CHAMPLAIN: MARCH, 1775.
Soldiers under the command of Colonel Henry Knox hauling cannon through winter snows from Lake Champlain to the Continental Army besieging Boston, December 1775-January 1776. Wood engraving, American, 19th century, after Felix O.C. Darley.