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U.S. ARMY REMOUNT DEPOT NO. 1, MONTIERS SUR SAULIX, FRANCE WW1


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U.S. ARMY REMOUNT DEPOT NO. 1, MONTIERS SUR SAULIX, FRANCE WW1


Private Frank Kling shoeing a mule. Army Remount Depot No. 1, near Montiers su Saulix, Meuse, France. December 14, 1918.


Blacksmith shop at Army Remount Depot No. 1, near Montiers su Saulix, Meuse, France. December 14, 1918.


Mules tied to picket line. Shows the type of building used at Army Remount Depot No. 1, near Montiers su Saulix, Meuse, France. December 14, 1918.


Buildings used for sheltering horses. Army Remount Depot No. 1, near Montiers su Saulix, Meuse, France. December 14, 1918.


Buildings used for sheltering horses. Army Remount Depot No. 1, near Montiers su Saulix, Meuse, France. December 14, 1918.


Isolation stable and forage pile. Army Remount Depot No. 1, near Montiers su Saulix, Meuse, France. December 14, 1918.


Palpebral test, French test for glanders. Horses have been clipped for treatment of mange. Corporal B. Ott (left), and 1st. Lt. N. R. Perry, First Squadron, Third Cavalry Regiment, Army Remount Depot No. 1, near Montiers su Saulix, Meuse, France. December 14, 1918. Note: The cavalry collar insignia is clearly seen on this 3rd Cavalry, Lt. veterinarian.


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