- A poorly developed photograph, from left to right, of Herman Schultz, Harold Brown, Jose Miller, Charles Glenn and David Sparks standing outside their barracks while stationed at Camp Murray during World War II. A wide, gravel walkway extends through the image on an upward angle from the lower left corner and back to the right. At center, Jose Miller, Charles Glenn and David Sparks stand on the gravel walkway. David Sparks stands rightmost and holds up a short pipe with both hands. He faces slightly left. Slightly in front of him at center, Charles Glenn stands and looks to the camera while fending off Jose Miller to the left of him. Jose Miller stands to the left of Charles Glenn. His back is to camera as he faces Charles and holds up a pipe in one hand over Charles' head. Directly behind Jose, Harold Brown leans against the exterior side of a wood and canvas constructed barracks. He casts his gaze down at a small book he holds open in his hands. At far left, Herman Schultz stands in the doorway of the barracks and looks to the camera. Identical barracks extend back and line the left side of the walkway as it stretches into the distance. A serviceman walks along the walkway in the background at right.
- [April 22, 1941 or 1942]
- Resource Type:
- still image
West, Henry Hebard, 1917-1998
West, H. H. (Henry Hebard), 1872-1958
West (H. H.) Collection
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