Soldiers -- Training
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white negative depicting a row of soliders training with firearms in an open space, with two unidentified buildings in the background, as part of military exercises at the University of Denver during World War I.
Blakc and white print of ROTC and SATC cadets, and a few men in civilian clothers, marching in a drill with rifles on the University Park campus of the University of Denver during World War I.
Soliders run in a double line down a wooden sidewalk next to an unidentified building as part of military exercises at the University of Denver during World War I.
Six soldiers armed with bayonets run over an obstacle with barbed wire during military exercises near the University of Denver during World War I. A field and two or three houses are visible in the background.
During World War I, the University of Denver was designated as a unit of the Students' Army Training Corps. The records of the unit include enlistment information, physical examination records and demobilization records in addition to correspondence and general material on the Unit.
Group portrait of ROTC cadets at the University of Denver in May 1918., lined up in two rows in a field, but two unidentified buildings in the background.
Group portrait of University of Denver ROTC cadets in May 1918.