A few nice Digital Camera images I found:
Image from page 13 of “North Carolina University Magazine” (1899)
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Title: North Carolina University Magazine
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Subjects: University of North Carolina (1793-1962)–Periodicals. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill–Students’ periodicals. North Carolina imprints–Chapel Hill–1890-1900. North Carolina imprints–Greensboro–1884-1885. North Carolina imprints–Raleigh–1886-1889. North Carolina imprints–Winston–1885. North Carolina imprints–1884-1885–Greensboro. North Carolina imprints–1885–Winston. North Carolina imprints–1886-1889–Raleigh. North Carolina imprints–1890-1900–Chapel Hill.
Publisher: Chapel Hill, N.C. : Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies, 1884-1902.
Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: North Carolina Digital Heritage Center
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Text Appearing Before Image:
and to record and preserve so muchof student thought and research as deservesa permanent place on the library shelves. To THIS END Contributions from all students are solic-ited. VALUABLE PRIZES will be awarded for the best work submit-ted during- the year. THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICK IS .50 PER ANNUM. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. SINGLE NUMBERS 25 CENTS. Address all Literary Communications to Editor-in-Chief ;Buiness Communications to Business Manager. i~_Z^□ Subscribers will please notif)r the Business Manager [ifthey do not receive Magazine regularly. Wm. S. Bernard, Alfred R. Berkeley, Editor-in-Chief. Business Manager. eHAPELHILL, H. C.l PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PBESB.
Text Appearing After Image:
Prizes. The following prizes will be awarded for work submittedduring- 1899—1900: For the best Essay, Websters International Dictionary;For the best Short Story, Ten Dollars in Cash;For the best Poem, A Ten Dollar Camera; For the best Pen and Ink Sketch,A Gibson Book. Only undergraduates will be considered as contestants. All articles submitted will be the property of the Magazine. The Board of Editors will not publish such articles as are unsuita-ble, nor will any prize be awarded unless the Committee of Awarddeem the work sufficiently meritorious. This Committee will consist of able and impartial members. If the contestants so desire their names will not appear in theMagazine or be made known to the Committee, provided they aresent with the papers to the Editor-in-Chief. Contents for cApril, 1900 PageThe Ku Klux Klan and Its Operation in North Carolina R. D. W. Connor, 99 224 A Message C. B. M.,01 235 The Odinic Mythology—The Faith of our Fathers Whitehead Kluttz, 02 243 The Demnorthcarolinauni18991900
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Some officers on the roof of their dug-out
Image by National Library of Scotland
Five officers sit above their dugout in a snow-covered landscape – the entrance to the dugout is visible in the foreground. All of the men are looking towards the camera and, despite being cold, are happily posing for the photographer. Due to a shortage of supplies, most men at the Front were not issued with extra clothing to combat the cold. It is very likely, therefore, that these men were afforded the luxury of gloves due to their rank.
[Original reads: ‘OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN ON THE WESTERN FRONT. Some officers on the roof of their dug-out.’]