Ancestry.com is a subscription genealogical service that sometimes offers free material to the general public. They now have available well over 1,000 individual portraits and wide-format group and panoramic images of Americans who served it the Great War. I believe they are all from the collections on the National World War One Museum at Kansas City, MO. Those available online can all be accessed here:
Below are some that caught my eye as I scrolled through the two sets. Click on the images to get much larger versions of the photos (except the two portraits).
|Officers and Men 2nd Division in Germany (Detail)|
|Six Observation Balloon Crews|
|Hello Girl Marie LeBlanc, Signal Corps|
|803rd Pioneer Infantry (Detail)|
|U.S. Meuse-Argonne Cemetery in Transitional Phase |
with 22,000 Graves, 1920
|Medal of Honor Recipient John Barkley, 3rd Division|
|Nursing Staff at an Unidentified Base Hospital|
|USS Mercury Returns to Charleston, SC, with Troops of the |
30th Old Hickory Division, March 1919
Thanks to Steve Miller for the heads up on this resource.