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HMMIBBBn-. . , si , j-S Photo copyright, 10H. by American Press Association. 1 Marines Fighting From Vera Cruz Barricade I Mftrlnes,iri Vcrn Onus nro oolihid n street Imrrbmle nuar the' warehouse Photq copyright, 19H. by Amoritmn Press Ajswiatloa. waiting the order to tire, vWith guns pointing at Mcximti federals Marines Guarding Cable Office, Vera Cruz riioto copyright, 19H. by American Press AsfK-intlon. Naval Academy, Vera Cruz, Damaged by Shells A tiuMi-wsiv of the .uvnl ncudem.v, Vera C'niz, gmtnled iy Aiiierlenns nfter tlio building had been shelled 1v the Chester n nl San Francisco. Note the damage. Mexicans were ell Iter lulled or driven out 3hoto copyright, 191-4, by American Press Association, Bluejackets Aiming Guns From Battleship . Tills Interesting picture was taken aboard the battleship Michigan off Vera iOrnz. It shows the sailors jylug tint on the decl; with guns pointed at the dty. They later took part in the conflict in the streets of the city nnd were sscd to rcstoro order Dim ii f ilu Imiwtrtnnt ncilnt Hpat i-untuniil hv 1 1 1 A merle .1 n marlnfM and -T - " I ... ... ... . ' ----- - - - ( hi front or th ottii'i on au.ra i 4; . . t-i.maiitt, i i iia . (hi. Photo copyright, 1914. by American Plena Assoclatlbn. 4 Photo copyright, 1914, by American Press Association. American Jackies on Guard at Vera Cruz Bluejackets from the. Arkanas are seen guarding lndepeudeucia avenue, the principal street of Vera (iruz. Landing American Forces at Vera Cruz HIupJacketH and marines from the battleship Florida aro on way to the r at Vera.Crux to elicit the tlrst belligerent landing on Mexican soli. ")&'' tt hit 1 . mr.- ! Photo copyright, 19H, by American Press Association. I'hoto copyright. 19H. by American Pnss Association. Mexican Dead In Street of Vera Cruz Tt(e Mexicans lost about 150 dead lu the lighting nt Vera Cruz during t,h American occupation. This fchows sonie of the bodies arranged iu order a(ter the lighting uear tlio waterfront. Marines Holding Vera Cruz Railroad Terminal I Marines held the railroad terminal, Vera Cruz, with machine guns. This fallows some of them in a doorway of the station behind three trunks, the j arrow nolnftn to th machine gun. riioto copyright, l'.Ot, by Ani' r.on Pie s Aksoi i nion- Bluejackets In Action Aboard Michigan liliiejnekets on the battlehl .Mb hlgau are hliown with inmhlne guns and Titles trained on Vera t'luz. Jlioto "pyi-KOt, ull, by Aiin-i) ,n. l'ruhs Aui' laiiun. ' Some of the American Victims at Vera Cruz 4 iihVd..-s ,.f three murine killed at Vera Cruz are Doing takon to ono of 1 "u 7'" " " '"-" " ' fifce uaijW " !" ' H lout amtiigwi us u doath transport. V Marines Marching to Barracks. Vera Cruz r ... ... Antnlriil Klulclior'H nriinr Plioiu copyright, 1911. by American Press Association. Searching Mexican For Gun at Vera Cruz" An American marine ou street patrol duty Is holding up a Mexican unit searching hlni for,a firearm. Thousands of weapons werajcoutlscated by Uear i' I This was snapped as a detnehmeut or l,iiltel States marines marcuM to ; " "the toiupniiiry barracks in Vera Cruz during tlio occupation of that city. "