Pvt. Thomas Newton Bryson (standing on left) with unknown fellow soldiers, Camp Jackson, S.C., 1917. Camp Jackson was also known as Fort Jackson. Thomas Bryson was from Macon County, N.C., and served in the 30th Division during World War I.
This is the Naval Diary of Naval Engineer Lewis C.F.C. Laesch, who served aboard the U.S.S. Pequot, during the first half of 1864, and kept a daily diary of activities, from January 1, 1864, until May 20, 1864. Lewis Laesch was born in the German...
Part of 9th Training Battalion, 156th Depot Brigade, Camp Jackson, S.C. Handwritten on verso: "After . . . This taken 12 days after the other."A manuscript annotation on the front reads, "Photo by H. Rudolph, Electric Studies."
Part of Machine Gun Company, 323rd Infantry Regiment, 81st Division, Camp Jackson, South Carolina, April 3, 1918. Sgt. Joseph W. White is identified by handwritten note. Photograph by Sargeant, Columbia, South Carolina.