Camp Zachary Taylor was where the 84th Division was trained during WWI. Troops from Indiana and Kentucky made up this Division.
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Souvenir Folder of U.S. National Army Cantonment, Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky.
Where Soldiers Are Trained For The Army That Will Make The World Safe For Democracy.
(Published by Made by Curt Teich. & Co., Chicago, Ill.)
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.
Soldiers at Attention with insert of General Zachary Taylor, "Old Rough and Ready"
This folder was address to a Miss Elizabeth Miller, 708 N. Green St., Henderson, Ky.
General View from Observation Tower.
This is the backside to the Souvenir Folder. Notice the horizontal slit that the folder's flap tucked into to close folder for mailing.
This is the backside to the Souvenir Folder with the folder's flap tucked into the horizontal slit to close folder for mailing. Made by Curt Teich. & Co., Chicago, Ill.
The Chutes, Where the Flower of American Manhood Enters into the Army that Will Make the World Safe for Democracy.
First Lessons in Army Life.
General View of Camp, as Seen from Overhead Bridge.
General View Looking North from Observation Tower.
Looking West Across Main Traffic Road.
View of Barracks in Artillery Division.
View Showing Portion of Base Hospital.
Soldiers at Attention.
Army Y. M. C. A. (Young Men's Christian Association) Auditorium.
View Looking North Over Eastern Section of Camp.
View Across Southern End of Camp, Looking Southwest.
General View Looking East from Observation Tower.
View through Section of Artillery Division.
View Over Barracks Looking West From Observation Tower
General View from Observation Tower Looking South.
View of Camp along Preston Street Road.
Street Scene, Showing Location of Company Barracks.
Knights of Columbus (K. of C.) Auditorium.
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