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Eugene O. Sanguinet Collection: Spanish-American War

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Identifier: P0492

Title: Eugene O. Sanguinet Collection: Spanish-American War

Description: The Eugene O. Sanguinet Collection contains photographs showing soldiers of Battery A, Missouri National Guard, St. Louis, MO, who served in the Spanish-American War in training and in action; members of Battery A participating in the dedication of their new Armory on South Grand Avenue after their return; and Captain F.M. Rumbold, Lieutenant E.O. Sanguinet and Lieutenant L.T. Pims at the 1901 ground breaking ceremony for the St. Louis 1904 World's Fair. The collection also contains a few non-military photos including boys after First Communion, two unidentified couples on a picnic in the woods, and Sanguinet's casket and flowers at a funeral parlor. Subjects include: military uniforms; assembling a cannon; horses; picnics; parades; portraits; cavalry charging down a hill; Battery A at Camp Meramec Highlands, 1892; the gun boat Nashville at Helena, Arkansas in 1901.

Rights: UND


Dates: 1883 - 1901

Type(s): Collection

Maker/Creator: Lange Studio (St. Louis)



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