Thomas Lindsey Blayney, along with other members of the US Army 90th Infantry Division, while stationed in Germany following World War I. Blayney was a founding faculty member at the William M. Rice Institute, where he taught German. He is in a group of six soldiers, all mounted on horseback, with the ruins of a hilltop castle behind them and a view of a curving river, with a bridge and additional buildings in the distance below and to the left. Two of the soldiers are holding up the Division flag, displaying ‘180, 90’. Original resource is a sepia photograph.
"Thomas Lindsey Blayney with 90th division." (1916) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/81386.
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