Camp Custer was where the 85th Division was trained during WWI. Troops from Michigan and Wisconsin made up this Division.
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Published by Harry H. Hamm, Toledo, Ohio.
This fold-out Souvenir Folder consist of front and back covers, as well as 9 images fold-out images on one side and 9 images fold-out on the opposite site.
View of soldiers marching at camp on Concordia Street.
This folder was address to a Miss Estella Johnson, 3135 Clifton Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Learning the "Salute."
This is the backside to the Souvenir Folder. Notice the horizontal slit that the folder's flap tucked into to close folder for mailing. To see a better image, click on this one. Made by Curt Teich. & Co., Chicago, Ill.
From: (Pvt.?) Harry Jarvis, Co. E, 14th (an? 8n?). This is the backside to the Souvenir Folder with the folder's flap tucked into the horizontal slit to close folder for mailing.
K. of C. (Knights of Columbus) Building
One of the Seven "Y" (Y. M. C. A., Young Men's Christian Association) Buildings.
Interior of one of the the Y. M. C. A.' s, Young Men's Christian Associations. Note the 48-star U.S. flag on wall.
Noon Day Mess.
Lake at Base Hospital.
Lecturing on Military Tactics.
Playing Baseball, World Series Score Board in Background.
Receiving Hospital Orders.
Bird's Eye View.
Learning the Alphabet.
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