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Mess Hall at Ft. Sill



Mess Hall at Ft. Sill
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Title: Mess Hall at Ft. Sill
Description: Men eat a meal in a mess hall at Fort Sill. Draftee Charles J. Richard is among the men. Richard was a former International Harvester employee of Oklahoma City. A complete story was published in the August, 1941 edition of Harvester Works.

Image ID: 59087
Creation
Date:
1941 ca.
Creator
Name:
International Harvester Company
City, State: Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Collection
Name:
McCormick - International Harvester
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
For more photographs of draftee Charles J. Richard, see Image IDs: 59084, 59085, and 59086.
Subjects: Food service
Soldiers
Dinners and dining
Military uniforms
World War, 1939-1945
Indoor photography
Men
Barracks
Military bases
 

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