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U.S. REMOUNT DEPOT NO. 1 ST. NAZAIRE FRANCE WW1


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U.S. REMOUNT DEPOTS NO. 1 ST. NAZAIRE FRANCE WW1


Shoeing a horse, shed No. 7, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


Horse pulling out automobile stuck in mud. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


French portable stables. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


French Portable stables, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


French potable stables. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


Stables looking west, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


Stables looking south, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918


Stables looking east, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


Malleining chute, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


Malleining chute, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


Conclusion by Bend d’Or, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


Receiving corral, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 4, 1918.


Unloading horses from transport Sam Land. . Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Unloading horses from transport Sam Land. . Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Transport Ship Sam Land, putting chutes into place preparatory to unloading of Horses. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Transport Ship Sam Land, putting chutes into place preparatory to unloading of Horses. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Unloading horses from transport Sam Land. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Unloading horses from transport Sam Land. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Lieutenant John P. Neu in charge of unloading ships and loading trains. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Horses waiting to be loaded on freight cars. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Loading horses on freight cars, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire, Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Loading horses on freight cars, Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire, Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


Loading horses on freight cars. Remount Depot No. 1, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 6, 1918.


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Treveray Remount Depot, Meuse, France, November 12, 1918