A Patriotic Mole: A Living Photograph
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A Patriotic Mole:
A Living Photograph
Figure 1. (Page 109)<br/>Living American Flag. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, 1917. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16299.
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Living American Flag. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, 1917. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16299.

Figure 2. (Page 113) <br/>Living Portrait of President Woodrow Wilson. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio, 1918. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16304.
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Living Portrait of President Woodrow Wilson. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio, 1918. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16304.

Figure 3. (Page 116)<br/>The Living Clock. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, Shiloh Park, Zion City, Illinois, 1915. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-22985.
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The Living Clock. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, Shiloh Park, Zion City, Illinois, 1915. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-22985.

Figure 4. (Page 117) <br/>The Zion Shield. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, 1920. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16251.
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The Zion Shield. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, 1920. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16251.

Figure 5. (Page 119) <br/>The Human U.S. Shield. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan, 1918. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16303.
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The Human U.S. Shield. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan, 1918. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16303.

Figure 6. (Page 121) <br/>Machine Gun Insignia. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, Camp Hancock, Augusta, Georgia, 1918. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #00107.
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Machine Gun Insignia. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, Camp Hancock, Augusta, Georgia, 1918. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #00107.

Figure 7. (Page 122) <br/>Living Emblem of the United States Marines. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, Marine Barracks, Paris Island, South Carolina, 1919. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-18598.
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Living Emblem of the United States Marines. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, Marine Barracks, Paris Island, South Carolina, 1919. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-18598.

Figure 8. (Page 125) <br/>The Living Uncle Sam. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, Camp Lee, Virginia, 1919. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16309.
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The Living Uncle Sam. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, Camp Lee, Virginia, 1919. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16309.

Figure 9. (Page 126) <br/>Human Statue of Liberty. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole &amp; Thomas, Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, no date. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16308.
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Human Statue of Liberty. Photograph by Arthur Mole, Mole & Thomas, Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, no date. Courtesy of Chicago Historical Society, Negative #ICHi-16308.

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