3.5 x 5.5, one is postally used with a date stamp of 1916. Six of the cards are published by The Chicago Daily News War Postal Card Department, two are American Red Cross, one is Stienne Polycarpe and the last one is H.H. Stratton, Chattanooga, TN. 3.5 x 5.5, The Daily News postcards have light wear and are very good. The Red Cross postcards (both have the same scene) are creased and soiled and one has a pencil note on the back. The Stratton card has light creasing and wear, chipping and date stamp has bled through to the front. The final card, Stienne, has light wear, soiling and creasing. The card titles are: First American Troups in France; No Hot Towels Here; Old Glory in London; On to France; French Machine Gun Fighting; Artillery in Action; American Tank in Action; American Troops in Parade-Paris-4th of July 1918 (two of the same scene); Blanket Court Martial and "Au Bord De La Tranchee-Poilu Cherchant Ses Poux" (written in ink "Cooties"). Sold as a lot only. Total of 11 cards.