|Off Duty, Harvey Thomas Dunn, Oil and watercolor on paper, 1918|
|On the Wire by Harvey Thomas Dunn, oil on canvas, 1918|
|American Artillery and Machine Guns, George Mathews Harding, charcoal and crayon on paper, 1918|
|Two Six-Ton Tanks Climbing a Hill, Harry Everette Townsend, watercolor on pastel on paper, 1918|
The one exception is a contemporary man, Jeff Gusky, a doctor and an artist, who while in France was shown a series of caverns underneath the properties of some farmers. They have been carefully guarding and preserving these subterranean tunnels that are full of abandoned canteens and furniture which were left behind when the war ended. Even more interesting are the carvings in the limestone walls of the tunnels. In this case, ordinary men carved anti-German caricatures, slogans, sexy woman and hometown totems. His mission was to figure out how to photograph these areas which rest in total darkness. Mine was to photograph the photos without my reflection. I was not that successful.