Self-portrait of PFC Archie Sweetman. The signature “Sweetman of South Boston” in pencil still remains. Sweetman, of Company E, 101st Infantry Regiment, in the famed 26th “Yankee Division,” spent six weeks underground in February/March 1918. After the war he became a successful artist. He graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston in 1993 at age 98.

Over a period of several years, photographer Jeff Gusky made numerous excursions into a forgotten world of underground WWI soldiers' living spaces and documented the stone carvings of the soldiers with high-end art photography. This is an example of some of that artwork.