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Doughboys at YMCA canteen behind the lines in France

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A 89th Division regimental band at Camp Funston (1917)

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Background Image Note: Taken from an image of 25.000 men of the 89th Division gathered on a hillside for an outdoor concert, Christmas day 1917 (Camp Funston, KS)

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(Words by Lt. Col. John McCrae of the Canadian Army and music by Lt. John Philip Sousa)

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"Visitor Day" at Camp Funston

Consolidated band of the 89th Division while the division was doing training at Camp Funston, Kansas (1917)



 

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