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Yaphank, YA011.jpg
Facsimile of a 1917 photograph of a “doughboy” (recruit) holding a rifle. (B&W)

Yaphank, YA003.jpg
Facsimile of a 1917 photograph of recruits (wearing civilian clothes) in a barracks at Camp Upton. Printed text on verso states that while songwriter Irving Berlin, who wrote “Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning,” was not pictured in the…

Yaphank, YA009.jpg
Facsimile of a 1917 photograph of “doughboys” (recruits) standing near a train after arriving at Camp Upton during World War I. (B&W)

Yaphank, YA020.jpg
Facsimile of a 1917 photograph of soldiers from Camp Upton’s Motor Transport Co. No. 236 sitting in or standing near Army transport vehicles. (B&W)

Yaphank, YA010.jpg
Facsimile of a 1917 photograph of soldiers standing by their government issue uniforms and gear, which are being inspected. The uniforms and gear are laid out in rows on the ground. (B&W)

Yaphank, YA017.jpg
Facsimile of a 1917 photograph of incoming “doughboys” (recruits) being inspected. Capt. James Roosevelt, a nephew of Theodore Roosevelt, is pictured at right. (B&W)

Yaphank, YA027.jpg
View of a soldier standing with a rifle over his shoulder. There are train tracks cutting through a hill in the background. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Seaford, SH001.jpg
View of a funeral procession on a snow-covered street. The procession is being led by a band, followed by a small group of soldiers with rifles. Behind them is a sled being pulled by two horses, and there are two groups of soldiers following behind…

Yaphank, YA026.jpg
View of a group of soldiers exercising outside barracks at Camp Upton. (B&W)
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