troops in fort thomas

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
Fort Thomas, 1905 Fort Thomas Soldiers, 1917 Band, shipping out
to the Philippines

 

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
Troops training for war with Mexico Drill Grounds South View of Barracks

 

Fort Thomas,

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Fort Thomas,

Fort Thomas, Kentucky, 1937

 

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
Fort Thomas Soldiers, 1912 GuardMount Soldiers at Fort Thomas

 

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
Target Practice,
Fort Thomas
The Barracks, 1907  Off for the Philippines

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“Orders were issued at the War Department today directing Maj. Dana Palmer and Lieut. Norman McNeil to go to Newport, Ky., for temporary duty in obtaining enlisted men for duty in Siberia. Both officers will leave San Francisco August 15th. ”   July 15, 1919 Louisville Courier Journal “Residents of Fort Thomas were startled Tuesday when a sentry, Private Taylor, pursuing another soldier, a prisoner, who was trying to escape, fired two shots at him, one taking effect and fatally wounding him in the groin.  No information as to the identity of the prisoner was given; the authorities at the post refused to make any statement concerning the matter.” Courier Journal February 19, 1919
“The Highland police have been ordered to arrest all women who appear at Ft. Thomas after dusk without escorts. Many complaints have been made in the past few days of the behavior of women who visit the fort. These complaints were renewed Monday evening and led to the new order.” from the Kentucky Post, July, 1898

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Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
U.S. Regulars at Fort Thomas The 6th Regiment, 
Heroes of San Juan Hill, before Leaving Fort Thomas, 1898

 

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
Moving of US Soldiers from
 Fort Thomas,  at the depot
down the hill in Brent
Outgoing Detachment,
Fort Thomas
Troops at Fort
Thomas, Passing Time

 

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
Kentucky State Troops
 Entering Ft. Thomas
Kentucky State Troops
 Entering Ft. Thomas, 1917
Kentucky Troops in
Line for Rations
Preparing Meals,
Kentucky State Troops

   

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
Kentucky State Troops
Entering Ft. Thomas, 1917
Regiment of Kentucky State
Troops, stacking Arms
Soldier on Guard,
Fort Thomas

 

Fort Thomas,

“To Mr. Richard Eberenz, 310 W. 2nd Street B,  Dayton, Ohio, %Mrs. Paul
Hello Dick. This life is allright in a way, but I say you are lucky to have kept out. Suppose you and Boots are taking good
care of all the girls. Will write you when I move to my permanent post. Be Good. Lee (Newport, 11-12-17)”

 

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
Soldiers Entering the
Fort, 1917
In line for rations

1940

   

Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,
     
Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas, Fort Thomas,

  This collection of seven Fort Thomas images is c. WWII

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