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Baron, Fred 15 viewsMelbourne, Australia. United States Army hospital. Left to right - Sargeant Alfred Baron, Newark, New Jersey; Staff Sargeant J. N. Sproule, Troy, New York; Staff Sargeant James R. Barbee, Springhope, North Carolina; Private Paul Greene, New York City, in medical store room
1943 - Library of Congress
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U. S. Army Air Waring Service18 viewsAircraft Observers on the steps of City HallMar 21, 2019
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Sword Practice14 viewsPhoto from the Library of CongressMar 16, 2019
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Propose Lofty Shaft or Tower as City's Tribute to Soldiers14 viewsFebruary 23, 1919Mar 05, 2019
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Brown, Sgt. William H.21 viewsCivil WarFeb 21, 2019
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312th Infantry Returning35 viewsHere is the photo of the returning troops, from the 312th Infantry Regiment, marching in Newark in 1919. You can tell whether soldiers are coming or going by their hats. These men have the overseas cap, which means they are returning. Soldiers went overeseas with the wide brimmed campaign hat, which proved unusable overseas. These men are also carrying the US Model 1917 rifle, rather than the Model 1903 Springfield. The 1917, originally a British pattern, was manufactured in the US and converted to the US caliber ammunition when production of the 1903 could not keep up with demand.
Photo from Joe Bilby
Feb 09, 2019
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Rotunda Jr., Joseph Ralph36 viewsPhoto from George SonaJan 30, 2019
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Guy, Dorothy26 viewsTwenty-four of the first contingent of Afro-American nurses assigned to the European Theater of Operations land in England. August 21, 1944
Second row from the bottom, third from the left: Dorothy Guy from 50 13th Avenue, Newark, New Jersey
Photo and caption from the Library of Congress
Jan 27, 2019