Air crew before bi-plane during World War I with Walter Piel (far right).
Group of men in hunting camp with dead falcon. Walter Piel (front row, 2nd from right).
Aviation unit, World War I. Walter Piel, 3rd row center.
Freshmen lined up at Princeton University, pants legs high, ca. 1912.
Freshmen marching on to the football field, Princeton University, ca. 1912.
Crowd at Princeton University football game, ca. 1912.
Bonfire at Princeton University, ca. 1912.
Walter Piel wrapped in a blanket at unknown north woods hunting camp.
Walter Piel in front of car with fish. Car has license reading, “N.Y. 1918.”
Unidentified man with string of fish.
Walter Piel with string of fish.
Walter Piel (right) playing cards.
Walter Piel as US Army aviator.
Amphibious aircraft airborne.
“Atlantic Tuna Club [Block Island, Rhode Island] Aug 21, 16. Walter Piel. Fish: Tuna. Weight 37 3/4 lbs. Rod: L. T. Line: 9. Official Weigher: Ralph W. Wood.” According to the annual report of the Atlantic Tuna Club, this catch won Walter Piel the club prize for “largest Tuna on Light Tackle.”