Capt John Carney, Cher Ami's trainer, holds the WWI heroine
Cher Ami's taxidermied body is on display at the Smithsonian Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.
WWI-era British poster against the killing of war pigeons as a offense under the "Defence of Realm Act." The act was passed in Britain on August 8th, 1914, four days after Britain entered WWI giving the government far-reaching wartime powers to requisition resources for the war to regulate against various offenses.
Soldiers of the 77th Division in New York after WWI (1918)