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Barracks Occupied by U.S. Army Engineer Corps

Barracks Occupied by U.S. Army Engineer Corps
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Title: Barracks Occupied by U.S. Army Engineer Corps
Description: Barracks used by United States Army Engineer Corps, 310th Regiment, Company C, with clothes on the roof and hanging on the side of the building. In the background are churches and other buildings.

Image ID: 102771
1918 ca.
Johnson, Robert Colton, 1894-1969 : Photographs, 1918-1919, 1934
Genre: Photograph
This is one of a series of photographs which were taken during the Allied Northern Russian Intervention, 1918-1919.
Subjects: Ethnic architecture
Church buildings
Outdoor photography
Clothing and dress

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