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    Patton's third army
    Creation Date: ca. 1997
    Catalog ID: 1999.42.10
    Call Number: 356./10973/Gi347il/1998/v. 10
    72 p.; ill. (some col.); 26 cm.
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    Sound the charge: the U.S. Cavalry in the American West, 1866-1916
    Creation Date: ca. 1998
    Catalog ID: 1999.42.12
    Call Number: 356./10973/Gi347il/1998/v. 12
    72 p.; ill. (some col.); 26 cm.
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    Unveiling of Marker by Washington State Historical Society. First Military Road in Wash. 10th Field Artillery Band Dec 2nd, 1922
    Creation Date: Dec. 02, 1922
    Catalog ID: 5122
    Call Number: 5122
    Panoramic photo of a group of men, some in United States Army uniform, including members of the 10th Field Artillery Band, a few women, boys and girls at the unveiling of a marker on Mountain Road, erected by the Washington State Historical Society, commemorating the first military road in Washington State. The pyramidal shaped monument of small stones, with plaque, is in photo center. The band members, wearing puttees, with instruments including a saxophone, trombone, and a bass drum, are at photo right. Two girls near the marker hold umbrellas, and one wears a rain cape.
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    Pie eating contest, Washington's birthday, 1918, Vancouver, Wash.
    Creation Date: 1918
    Catalog ID: 2018.42.5
    Call Number: 2018.42.5
    Black and white photographic postcard taken on Washington's Birthday in 1918 at Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, Clark County, WA. The image shows soldier participating in a pie eating contest. A row of soldiers with their backs to the viewer and hands tied behind their backs, faces another row of soldiers who feed them pieces of pie. Fred Greguras Collection
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    Shelter tents pitched for inspection, Vancouver B'ks, Vancouver, Wash
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2018.42.8
    Call Number: 2018.42.8
    Black and white photographic postcard taken at Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, Clark County, WA circa 1910. The image shows soldiers in uniform standing in front of a long row of pup tents set up on the parade grounds. Rifles set in teepee formation sit in front of the soldiers. A row of barracks buildings are visible on the left. Two cannons sit in front of the building on the far left. A bandstand is visible among the trees on the right. Fred Greguras Collection.
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    [Soldiers relaxing, Vancouver Barracks]
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 2018.42.9
    Call Number: 2018.42.9
    Black and white photographic postcard taken circa 1915 at Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, Clark County, WA. The image shows five soldier in uniform sitting on the steps leading to a stone building. The second and third men from the left are not wearing caps. The third man from the left holds a pipe. The man on the far right wears leather gaiters while the other men wear cloth gaiters. Fred Greguras Collection
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    The Barracks, Fort Lawton [Seattle, WA]
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: 2018.42.11
    Call Number: 2018.42.11
    Black and white photographic postcard taken in 1909 at Fort Lawton in Seatttle, WA. The image shows the barracks buildings. The two buildings are both two stories high and have long covered porches. A road and sidewalk runs from left to right in front of the buildings. Small trees are placed at equal intervals along the street. Large evergreens grow behind the buildings. The grassy parade ground is in the foreground. Fred Greguras Collection
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    [logging railroad track near Lake Crescent]
    Creation Date: Jun. 6, 1919
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38061
    Call Number: Curtis 38061 Album 164A p. 77
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track near Lake Crescent, Clallam County, Wa, Asahel Curtis, photographer, June 6, 1919. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    [logging railroad track]
    Creation Date: ca.1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38067
    Call Number: Curtis 38067 Album 164A p. 73
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track and clearcut in Clallam County, Wa. Asahel Curtis, photographer, circa 1918. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    Army maneuvers, Yakima, WA
    Creation Date: ca. 1963
    Catalog ID: 2010.169.1
    Black and white image of a group of soldiers during a training exercise at Yakima, Yakima County, WA. The photo shows a helicopter that has just brought Maj. Gen. Hightower and his deputy, Brig. Gen. Gordon Graham to a ridge overlooking a life fire exercise called Operation Coulee Crest.